Newspaper of Evening Star, August 8, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 8, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. FROM BALTIMORE. Arret! aad Rfl(*ie of ?Pic-Nic Party? Mtrfaeilf ef the Rebels. 'Special Dispatch to the Chronicle.] iftt Ao(ut7.?The entire Delaware Dif-ttJpartv composed of 25 *entl*men, ar retted eom? din MO and sent to Fort McHenry, reeiea ?omedayi ?n ,.mpathetic con do charged with ?ettin* ,n p?rt Oelawnre, i**?* with rebel pr??on. WIthout anthorl ftad endeavoring to aid th*>- . vesterdiv by ty, vu unconditionally *?'?*- "if went homo Gen. Wallace, and lt? member* weni oom rejoicing. ? . , ^ effect ah the beet information here la to t.. that very lew rebels are thna far in '*; hat Maryland: bnt other movementaJndicate i they are concentrating to operate upon western Pennsylvania and Virginia. FROM NEW ORLEANS. Attack Mobile D??JT Expected-Move *??? Lmke Waw Yon*, August 7.-Th? steamship Ma tanzas, from New Orleans on the 31st, has ar Tived. sn? brings many exchanged, prisoners. Oeneral Can by's order for the enrollment of the militia has created intense excitement in secession circlos. All is quiet on the Mississip pi as far as heard from. Several schooners and loggers are reported bruising in Laxe captnring and *niTtiSSoat sSStil was chased to the sss;rwa? *? ikSfi latter is said to have since run into Mobile bay. An attack on the defence, of Mobile is daily expected. THE REPORTED ATTACK UPON MO? bile. The New York Tribune of Saturday has the following from its New Orleans correspon *^The capture of Fort Morgan, at the entrance of Mobile harbor, has been announced in this city, but 1 have information which enables me to pronounce this, as for the present premature. It was also claimed that Farragnt had run past the forts, and was inside the harbor, bat I hard ly tblnk such a pieceof news entitled to implic it faith on the part of your readers, until you receive borne thing corroborative by next week's ateamer. A Fight in Florida?Expedition from Pea sacola under General Asboth?A Rebel The<Ne^/Orleans True Delta has the follow ing news from Pensacoia: ? We have direct information from Peasaco la that on the 19th July, General Asboth, with a force comprising the 7th Vermont, 92d United States colored infantry, 1st Florida cavalry, dismounted, ard Company M, 14th New York cavalry, together with the 1st Florida battery, mo-red out from Peneacola to co-operate with a raiding force from Sherman, which was op erating against the Mobile and Great Northern Railroad. On the next day he encountered a rebel force composed of Companies G, E and I of the 3d Alabama regular cavalry, number ing three hundred and fifty men, strongly for tified at Camp Gonzales, fifteen miles from Pen sacola. M After a plucky fight of half an hour the Rebels ran, leaving as; spoils to the victors the regimental flag, all their official papers, a con siderable quantity of camp and quartermas ter's stores, seventeen horses with equipments, eighteen sabres, eighteen guns, a large quanti ty of ammunition and twenty-three head of cattle. ??General Asboth continued his march, in tending to burn a trestle work on the railroad near the Escambia river, bnt receiving infor matlon that Sherman's force had accomplished its work without bis assistance, he returned to Pensacola." OFFIC IALi War Department, Adjutant General's Office,) Washington, D. C., August 8 1864. J The following officers, having been reported at the headquarters of the army for the offences hereinafter specified, are hereby notified that they will stand dismissed the service of the United States, unless, within fifteen days from this date, they appear before the Military Commission, in session in this city, of which Brig. Gen. John C. Caldwell, United States volunteers, is president, and make satisfactory defence to the charges against them: Absence without leave. First Lieutenant A. S. Emerson, 1st Michigan cavalry. _ _ First Lientenant J. H. Bullock, 1st Michigan cavalry. Second Lieutenant W. Thomas Smith, 110th New York volunteers. Captain John M. Marble,46th Illinois veteran volunteers. For fumithxng descriptive lists directly to enlisted men of their commands, in violation oj the orders of the War Department. First Lieutenant George W. Barber, 112th New York volunteers. Lientenant L. B. Porter, 61st New ^ork vol nnleers. E. D. Towksisd, Assistant Adintant General. Office of Provost Marshal and Board ef 1 Enrollment of District of Columbia, > Washington, D. CJune 21, 16*4. > Fot convenience of Government employees tnly, the Board of Enrollment of the District of Columbia will hear cases of exemption on the ground of non-residence, at their office, corner of Eighteenth and I street*, from 7# to 10 o'clock, dally. J. C. Pot*a*, Captain First Regiment V. R. C. jg 22 and Provost Marshal D. O. Headquarters Provost Marshal and Board ef 1 Enrollment of District ef Columbia, > Washington, D. C., June 3, 1864. > The Board of Enrollment of the District of Columbia will be In session at the office of the Provost Marshal District of Columbia, corner of Fourteenth street and New York avenue, dally (Sundays excepted) from 11 o'clock a m. to a o-clock p. m., for the purpose of hearing cases of exemption from draft for the following causes, viz: Alienage: Non-residence; Unsuitableness of age; Manifest permanent physical disability; and Two years' service during the present war, either In the army or navy. Citizens are requested to furnish Information as to persons who are not enrolled, or who are trying to avoid enrollment, as it is equally for the Interest of each person enrolled to place npon the "Enrollment List" all persons liable todo military duty, so that his own chance for draft shall not he unjustly Increased. J. O. PtJTHA*, Captain 1st regiment V. R. Corps, and Provost Marshal of the may 26-tf District of Columbia. War Department, Adjutant VtncraVs Office, I WaskmgUm, MarekM,vm. J an applications for leaves of absence or per mission to visit Washington must be addressed to Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and must specify the business for which the officer desires the permission. Telegrams addressed direct to the Secretary of War on this subject will reoelvo no attention. By order of the Secretary of War: JR. D Townsmen, Assistant Adjutant General. Q?Q SEVENTH STREET, Of?Q UuJ between I and K streets. OOJ SIGN OF THeHIgH AWNING, furniture and Housekeeping Articles generally Vis: Sideboards, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Wardrobes. Caae and Wood Chairs, Mirrors. Tables, Hr'sshstaj^Ig, Safes, Carpets, Matting, Oil Cletb, Table Covets. Also, Baskets. Brooms, Tubs, Buckets. Wbisps, Feather Dusters. Knives and forks, Spoons,Plated Castors, Ac., Ac. Which we are nelllng lower than any bouse in the >lt7. lly M l* | HENRY BONTZ. JELLING OCT TO CLOSE. GREAT REDUCTION IN BOOKS, STATION ERY, AND FANCY ARTldLEfl. The undersigned offer to the trade and publie generally great inducements to purchase, as he is closing oat bis large stack af goods preparatory to ?hea^ bargains In Books, Stationery, Photo Cph Cards, Albums, Knives, Bciiaors, Razors, as. Combs, Brashes, Perfumery, &?., 4o A large lot of goods at half price. ' Several very fine Show Cases for sale, For a short time only, at THE NATIONAL BOOK STORE, . . J 978 Penn. avenue, bet. 11th and 11th sts,, Washington, D. O. Ml-Dn EMF01TAHT TO SUTLERS SUTLERS WILL FIHD H. A* DOWNING fc co.'S V O N C B N T M A T B D OLAM TO BE A MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE TO THEIR TKAD1. It sells very rapidly, and It the most economical article of d!tt for the oflcer's mess. It Is prepared la one miaate, and makes a most delicious Soap ov Ohowder. It is highly recommended by Arm Bargeoaa. Th? profits are largo. H. A. DOWNING A 00.. Manufacturers of Concentrated Food For talo by BARBOUR A tEMMES, Solo Agents. ?i Lonialane Avenue, W HV D. O V. BJK.% with iIiastratiensy^oj^ _; Wl~' SAtLOB PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOB PIN* WOOD. ChitJ (Jumn*rm*st*r'i Qfcs, Wmskintton Dtpot.l Washington, O. p.. August |. 1884. t Sealed Proposals for the delivery, ?t this desot of five hundred <*<0) cords of P>n? 0oo<\ will be received at this office until THURSDAY Aaimit 11.1*64 atllo'elock m. '* Th?w?od to be hard, sound and merchantable Pns Wood. four (4)feet long, and split totfce-oc j dinary sise of cord wood. ? The woed to be delivered at such Mints in this 2,S^S?T?ri SiSEST-Si'tU^S! in % !um ?inal to the amount of the eon vract, signed by the contractor and two responsible pewons. the aatne to be certified to by some officer 0, the Government well known to this office- will ' be Required of tfce successful bidder or bidders upon b"'gning the extracts. Payment to be made npon the delivery aad acceptance of the whole amount of wood contracted for. The right to reject any or all bids that may be deemed too high is resgrved bj the Depot Quarter Proposals must be addressed to the undersigned, and should be plainly marked "Pir<j^pJfjjSgfg|r Pine Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, au l-iotd Depot of Washington. /^FFICB DEPOT OOM'Y 0F~8CB8I3TBNGB. v/ Washington, D. G. August 5,1*>4. Sealed Proposals are invited untl the llth inst., at 12 o'clock, m., for furnishing the United States fnh'uteace Department with 1W0 HUNDRED (2 0) BABBELS OP CORN MX AIj, to be delivered at the Government Warehouse in Georgetown, or at the Wharves or Railroad Depot in Washington, D. G., at such time as the Govern ment m?y direct after five days' notice. The Corn Meal to be deiiverel in good, sound flour barrels, each containing on* hundred mud ninety six (>90) pounds; to be fresh ground, and of good, merchantable quality, and wul be inspected Just before it is received. Payment will be made in certificates of indebt edness, or such other funds as the Government may have for disbursement. Bids to be addressed to the undersigned, at No, 223 G street, endorsed " Proposals for Corn JUeal." 8.0. GRKENB, >u 6-5t Captain and 0. 8. V. pROPOSALB FOR HORSE EQUIPMENTS. Ordnance OrriOB, Win Dnpartmhnt, / Washington, D. 0.. Jnly 28,18S4 S Proposals will be received by this Department until August )2th, 1S64, at 4 p. m.. for the delivery at tbe following arsenals of Horse Equipments, United Btate9 cavalry pattern, as hereinafter stated: At the New York Arsenal. 10 000. " Frankfort " 6,ooo. Alleghany " 6.000. St. LoniR . " 3,00 >. < v J*8'*8 ?' horse equipments are to be furn ished complete, with the exception of horse brush, currycomb, lariat, picket pin, link, nose bags. Spurs and straps, blankets, watering bridle, and sweat leather. The curb bits and stirrups are to conform strictly in pattern and finish to those de f>osited at the above-named arsenals. The mal eable iron trimmings are to be japanned. The trees are to be of the regulation pattern, assorted sizes, rot less than 3Af inches between the bars on the inside of the pommel; the side bars of hard white wood or beech; the pommel and cartles of beecn, well out together. Ail the irons are to be , one-tenth or an inch thick, and all 1st into the wood, to be covered with the beRt slaughtered cow hide. All other coverings will be rejected. The halters are to be riveted with twelve No. 12 copper rivets, as shown in samples. The bridle rein is to be seven-eighths of an inch wide, and made as per sample. The girth strapping to be riveted. The two D rings to have a Btop; two ri vej *?cb end of girth; no cross sewing; ai?Ji a1' the stitching throughout the seta will not be less than eight (8) stitches to the inch. The stirrup hoods will be omitted. I -A ?arhme's socket strap is to be riveted ! with two No. 12 copper rivets. The trees j f?e.t? he subject to inspection during all stages of their manufacture, and, if deemed necessary, the I leather to be used in the fabrication of the&e i equipments to be inspected before cutting. The fina| inspection will he made at the arsenal where delivered. Deliveries must be made in lots of not less than one - tenth per week of the whole amount contracted for; the first delivery to be made on the Failure to make deliveries at a specified time will subject the contractof<to a forfeiture of the number he may fail to deliver at that time. No bids will be considered other than from parties who are known to be regular manufac turers. and who are capable of executing in their own shops the work proposed for. Bidders will state explicity the Arsenal at which they propose to deliver, and the number of sets they propose to deliver at each place, if for more than one. Forms of bid can be obtained at any of the above arsenals, or at this office. I Proposals not made out on this form will not be considered. GUARANTY. The bidder will be required to accompany his i proposition with a guaranty, signed by two re sponsible persons, that in case his bid is accepted, he will at once exec#te the contract for the same, ; with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum I equal to the whole amount of the contract, to de liver the articles proposed, in conformity with the | terms of this advertisement; and in case the said ' bidder should fail to enter into the contract, they to make good the difference between the offer of said bidder and the next responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must be shown by the official certificate of the clerk of the nearest District Court, or of the United States Dis trict Attorney. Bonds in a sum equal to theamonnt of the eon tract, signed by the eentractor and both of hie guarantors, will be required of the successful bid der or bidders upon signing the contract. FOKM OF GUARANTY. we. the undersigned, residents of , in the eountr of , and State of , hereby, jointly and severally, covenant with the United States, and guarantee, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will at once exeeute the contract for the same with good and ?nfficient sureties, in a sum equal to the amount of the contract, to furnish the articles proposed in conformity to the terms of the adver tisement, dated Jnly 28,1864, under which the bid was made; and, in case the said shall fail to enter into a contract, as aforesaid, we guarantee te make good the difference between the offer of the said and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. {Given nnder our hands and seals this day of ?186-. Witness: [Seal.l [Seal.] Proposals will be addressed to "Brigadier (Gene ral George D. Ramsay, Chief of Ordnance, Wash ington.D. C.,"and endorsed "Proposalsfor Horse Equipments." GKO. D. RAMSAY, jy 3o-7teo Brig General, Chief of Ordnance. PR0P08ALS FOR PURCHASE Of WHEAT AN D BY B, Headquarters Dep'tof Washington, Office of Chief Quarter*isteb, sEALiBPRoposA^^r.0;.0*^:;^',1^,. office until the 2> th day of August next for the pur chase of Five 1 housand Bushels (more or less) of the best Red Mediterranean WHEAT, and Vifteen Hundred Bushels (more or less) of the best quality RYE, raised on the Government farms south of the Potomac. The grain to be delivered in this city or Georgetown, to the party whose "bid may be accepted, within thirty days from the accep tance of the bid. Proposals will be endorsed " Proposals for the purchase of Wheat and Rye." and aidressed to the undersigned. KLIA8 M. UBBKNK. Lieut. Colonel, Chief Quartermaster, jy 27-18t Dep't of Washington. Proposals for rbconstruoting fur naces AT TUB CAPITOL. Office of the Commissioner of Public Buildings,( ? , . ? inly 29th, 1864. j Sealed Proposals will be received at this office for reconstructing five furnaces under the Capitol, until MONDAY, the 8th day of August next, at 12?.'clock noon. Said furnanees to be of No. ?, best Keister box furnaces, built in the best manner. Any of the old material now in the old furnaces that can be advantageously used in constructing the new ones is to he ujed, and persons desiring to bid are in vited to call any day between this and the 8th of August, upon Mr J. W. Angus, general Superin tendent, who will show them the furnaces and make any desired explanation. _ ? B. B. FRENCH, Jy 29 td Commissioner of Public Buildings. |\f BDICAL PURVBYOB'S OFFICE, i . Washington, D. 0., June U, 1864. . this city aad Georgetown, who wish to sell to the Medical Purveying Deparlment,are requested to send te thy office, on thslfOHDAV of each week, a sealed list of the articles they mar be prepared to furnish, at ehort notice, with the price of each attached to the same. . _ _ O. SUTHERLAND, ^ lAtf Surg. U. B. A., Medical Purveyor. rAPlRHANGlNGa, A great variety of ENTIRELY NEW styles Adapted to PARLORS, blNING BOOMS, halls, and A.?, CHi"B?? * *,000 YARDS CANTON MATTINGS, 1,000 YARDS FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Our Mattings are unrivalled in this city, eomprl lng in part the famous Gowqua brand for parlo Oil Cloths from 3 to 12 feet wide, adapted to rooms, halls, *e. Al*e? WINDOW SHADES, ? BRASS CORNICES, PARLOB MATS. Paper hug by skillful workmen, and all orde promptly attended to. Give as a call and n from 10 to SO per cent. RIFFLE * FALOONEB'S No. 348 7th street, between 1 street aad ttlKW Ohh Bo* WifcL rurou a Ouan. SSeUon^ without fekr of ? i* M DflWi , by Sent bp S-eoly . ave^ PROPOSALS. T>R0P08AL<* IOR BOTLDISG 80TTTH WING 1 TO NAVY 1)BP \RTMBNT BUILDI9G. - N?vr D*p.utkmt, 4uenrt1,iW Sealed Propoeals,endorsed 'Proposals 'or Build ing f-outh Win* to 5?vy Department Building." will be rs?*?ived a* tbi* office until 12 o'clock M. ob the Jfrth day of August, 1864 Plans and ?peci ficatiot? are re*dy for examination at the Havy Department. and tte bids must be for the whole bonding finished and complete in all its details, except the hot water beating apparatus. Bidders are requested to name the time in which they will enrage to hare the building completed and ready for occnaction, and all bide must be ac companied by the following guaranty : FORM OF GUARANTY. The undersigned. of , in the State of ? . t and , of , in the State of hereby guarantee, that in case the foregoing bid of ??, for building new south wing to Navy De partment, be accepted, he or they will, withio ten days after the receipt of the contract at the post office nearest their residence, execute the contract tor tie l?me. with good and snfficieot sureties,and Sn case th?? "*id ? mi shall fail to enter into tb? contract as afore?f<d? we guarantee to make good the difference totireen 2* 0?eF of ?wd ??? and that which may he acceeteu. y?tne8?: A B, Guarantor. E? ?, C.D., Guarantor. r ? I hereby certify that the above-named are known to me as men of property, and able to make good their guarantee. To be signed by the United States Navy Agent, District Judge or Attorney or Collector. aa 0eo4t FmWNSMI!M!HI1ttgPnm AND BRAZIL. Post Orrica Dspartmkht, I Washington, June 17, 1864.\ In accordance with the provisions of the act Congress, approved May 28,1864, which is ^e words following, to wit: "A? ACT to authorize the establiship'^ of ocean mail steamship service oetweenthe^ Cnited States and Brazil." . . _ " Be it enacted by the Senate House of Remt tentaiives of the United States America in Congress assembled. That the Postmaster General be and he is hereby authorised to unite with the General Post Office Department of the Empire of Brazil, or ?uch officer of the Government of Brazil as shall be authorized to act for thatGovernment,in establish ing direct mail communication between the two countries by means of a menthly line of first class American Beagoing steamships, to be notlessthan two thousand tons burden each, and of sufficient number to perform twelve round trips or veyages per annum between a port of the United States, north of the Potomac river, and Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, touching at St. Thomas, in the West Indies, at Bahia,Pernambuco,and such other Brazilian and intermediate port or ports as shall be consiiered necessary and expedient: Provided, That the ex pense of the service shall be divided between the two Governments, and that the United States por tion thertof Bhall not exceed the sum of one hun dred and fifty thousand dollars for the performance of twelve round trip* per annum, to oe paid out of any money appropriated for the service of th Post Office Department. , _ "Sec. 2. And ue it further enacted. That the Post master General be. and he is hereby, authorized to invite proposals for said mail steamship service by public advertisement for the period of sixty days in one or more newspapers published in the cities of Washington, Baltimore. Philadelphia, New York and Boston, respectively and to con tract with the lowest responsible bidder for the same for a term of ten years, to commence from the day the first steamship of the proposed line shall depart from the United States with the mails for Brazil: Provided, That proposals for monthly trips?that is to say, for twelve round voyages per annum out and back?are received and accepted by him within the limit as aforesaid, from a party or parties of undoubted responsibility, possessing ample ability to furniih the steamships required for the service,and offering good and sufficient sureties for the faithful performance of such con tract: And provided* further. That such proposals shall be accepted by the Government of Brazil.and that distinct and separate contracts with each Gov ernment, containing similar provisions, shall be executed by such accepted bidder or bidders; each Government to be responsible only for its propor tion of the subsidy to oe paid for the service. "Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That any csn tract which the Postmaster General may execute under the authority of this act shall go into effect on or before the Brut day of September, one thous and eight nundred and sixty-five; and shall, in addition to the usual stipulations of ocean mail steamship contracts, provide that the steamships offered f< r the service shall be constructed of the best material! and after the most approved mo del, with all the modern improvements adapted for sea going steamships of the first class; and shall, before their approval and acceptance by the Postmaster General, be subject to inspection and survey by an experienced naval constructor, to be detailed for that purpose by the Secretary of the Navy,whose report shall be madeto the Postmaster General; that the two Governments shall be enti tled to have transported, free of expense, on each and every 6teamer, a mail agent to take charge of and arrange the mail matter, to whom suitable ac commodations for that purpose shall be assigned; that in case of failure from any cause to perform any of the regular monthly voyages stipulated for in the contract, a prorata deduction shall be made from the compensation on account of such omitted voyage or voyages; that suitable fines aud penal ties may be imposed for delays and irregularities in the regular performance of the service accord ing to contract; and that the Postmaster General shall have the power to determine the contract at any time, in case of its being underlet or assigned to any other party. " See. 4. And be it further enacted, That the mail steamships employed in the service authorized by this act shall be exempt from all port charges and custom-house dues at the port of departure and ar rival in the United States. Provided, That a sim ilar immunity from port charges and custom-house dues is granted by the Government of Brazil. " Approved May 28. 1864." PROPOSALS Will be received at the Post Office Department, in the city of Washington, until 3 o'clock p.m. of SATURDAY, the first day of October, 1864, for oon veying the mails of the United Stales by a monthly line of first-class American sea-going steamships of notlessthan two thousand tons burden each, and of sufficient number to perform twelve round voy ages per annum between a port of the United States north of the Potomac river and Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil, touching at St. Thomas, In the West In dies, and at Bahia and Pernambuco, in Brazil, for a contract term of ten years, to commence on or before the 1st day of September, 1865, ani to date from the day the first steamship of such line shall leave the United States with the mails for Brazil. Bidders must designate the United States port of departure and arrival, aud may, at their option, propose to embrace additional intermediate ports at which the steamships shall touch on their out ward or homeward passages, to deliver and receive mails. Each bid should name the time proposed to be occupied inperforming the passages, each way, be tween the United States port of departure and ar rival and Rio de Janeiro, and should be accompa nied by a map or diagram of the route, showing the intermediate ports at which the steamships are to call to deliver and receive mails. Schedules of the sailing days, stating the proposed days and hours of departure from each port, as well as the proposed days and hours of arrival, should also accompany each bid, such schedules, however, to be subject to the approvalof the Post Departments ot the respective countries, and to alteration by said Departments from time to time, as the inter ests of the proposed international postal service may require. The steamships offered for this service must be American steamers of the first class, and before acceptance will be subject to inspection and sur vey by an experienced naval constructor te be de tailed for that purpose by the Secretary of the Navy Proposals must conform in all respects to the provisions and requirements of the aforesaid act, approved May 28th, 1864, and must be properly guarantied, with a satisfactory testimonial that the guarantors are men of property, and abun dantly able to make good their guarantee. The bidder's name and residence, and-the name of each member of the firm, when a company offers, should be distinctly stated iii the proposal The acceptance or non-acceptance of the bids will be determined by the Postmaster General as soon as practicable after the time limited {or their reception; but no preposal can be accepted by this Department unless the bidder is also accepted by the Government of Brazil, as provided for in the aforesaid act. .And in case of such joint aoceptance, distinct and sftbarate contracts are to he executed by the accepted bidder or bidders with each Gov ernment, containing similar provisions, each Gov ernment to be responsible only for its proportion of the subsidy to be paid for the service. Proposalsshould be sent,under seal,to "the First Assistant Postmaster General," "Foreign Desk," with the words " Mail Proposals"?' Forttgn Mails" written on the face of the address; and they should be dispatched in time to be received by er before the first day of October next, which will be the last day for receiving proposals under this advertise ment. M. BLAIR, Postmaster General. Note.?This Department is not advised that any definite action has yet been taken by the Govern ment of Brazil in respect to the establishment of the proposed steamship service between the two countries, but it is probable that by the 1st of Oc tober next, the limit fixed for the reception of proposals under this advertisement, certain infor mation on that subject will have been received. When received, it will be made pablic. je 18-wPw M. B. W A T 1 R B M N T 8. Watkb Riqistbax'b Orrioi, 1 Citt Hall, July 7, 1864. \ All perrons who nse the Aqueduct water on their premises are hereby notifiecTtbatthe water rent is ?ow due to the Corporation for the period from Julv 1,1864, to January 1, I860. The water rent is required to be paid at this of fice daring this month or Jnly. If not paid by or before August 1st, the law commands that the water be shot off at the main and not restored ex cept upon payment of arrears and two dollar* for expense or shotting off and restoring. The law does not provide for serving individual notices, and this public notice is all that will he given. ^ RANDOLPH OOYL1, Jy 8-lm Water Registrar. T^1 WRRhh? 5,N?WIS? ABOUT HOR8E8, -1 London, Dadd s Modern Horse Doctor; Youatt , ", rw*?i, nrrier; mason s rar rier;Tiorse Owner's Guide: Mayhew^lustrated Horse Doctor; Mayhew* JUUstoated Horse Man agement; Stewart on the Stable; Bancher on Horsemanship: Dadd's Anatomy of the Herse; Yeuatton the Horse; Btoiwhenge on the Horse, ffiK ?SS8l5Jawsy ?????? _ ? ?. OUTLlKAJf Jtn. Llm.Kll., g fim Fa. av. a?d Btx-h Greek Bridge. TY. NOONAlf, Plumber and Gas Fitter, corner. ? *5 ? ??**t??o?posite Patent Office, is prepared te introduce the gat and Potomac wale* into dwellings and stores on the meet reasonable terns. Hydrants, street-washers, hose and hose ?ip?? alway" on tent. Job work promptly at-j ed to . pre withoxt ooming PROPOSALS. Proposals for malleable iron cav ALKY TRIMMINGS. Ordkakcb Orrici, Wu Dspartmkkt. 1 WasHIIGTOX, Jaly 14. IftiA.J Sealed Proposal* will be received at this off.oO nntil Saturday. August 20. 18S4, at 4 o'clock p. m., for the delivery at the following points of the un dermentioned quantities of malleable iron trim mings for cavalry equipments: At the New York Agency. New Tork, 30,000 sets. At the F ran Word Arsenal, 10.(100 sets. At the Alleghany Arsenal, Jt',ono?et?. At the 8t Louis Arsenal, 10,fW seta. Bach set is to consist of the numbers of each kind of buckle, square, ring, bolt, stud, a?d loop now prescribed, except that two of the D rings in each set are tn be mane of the new pattern, with stop, according to the model to he seen at the above arsenals. The castings are to be made of the best quality of malleable iron, the tongues of the buckles of the best clock wire. The dimensions of the cleaned eastings and the finish and dimen sions of the buckle-tongues and rollers must eon form strictly to the standard gap gee. which will be applied before Japanning. After being thor oughly cleaned, and freed from all sprues and ir regularities, they are to be Japannou in the best manner. The goods are tobe put up in papers in the usual ? ^ner, and packed, two hundred complete sets bo v of a quality, and marked as may be pre ?<.<-;>>A<rbV the inspecting officer. The work is to be subject to inspection at the manufactory in Ail s.f*#es ef its progress, and no goods are to he received or paid for which have ^^eiar^tJb^made as follows: , v Bidders will state the arMD/l^or arsenals when IQBDOUV. wv fled time will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the number he may fail to deliver .uAt timt, No bids will be received froai pAttles other than regular manufacturers Of the arcticles proposed for, and who are known te this Department to be . capable of executing in their own shopg the work proposed for. Verms of bids ean be obtAined at the above-< named arsenals. Proposals not made out on thit form toill not be considered. GUARANTY. The bidder will be required to aecompany his proposition with a guaranty, signed by two re sponsible persons, that, in case his bid be accept ed, he will at once execute the contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to the amount of the contract, to deliver the articles proposed, in conformity with the terms of this advertisement; and in case the said bidder should fail to enter into the contract, they to make good the difference between the otter of said bidder and the next responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must be shown by the official certificate of the Olerk of the nearest District Court, and the United States Dis trict Attorney. . _ .. Bonds in the sum equal to the amount of the contract, signed by the contractor and both of his Guarantors, will be required of the successful bid er or bidders upon signing the contract. FORM OF GUARANTY. We, the undersigned, residents of , in the eounty of , and State of ,'hereby Jointly ar>d severally covenant with the United States, and guarantee, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will at once exe cute the oontract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to the amount of the contract, to furnish the articles proposed in conformity with the terms of this advertisement, dated July 14. 1864, under which the bid was made; and, in case the said shall fail to enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the difference between the offer of the said and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded, J Given under our hands and seals Witness: /this day of , 186?. [Seal] [Seal.) To this guaranty must be appended the official certificate above mentioned. Bach party obtaining a contract will he obliged to enter into bonds, with approved sureties, for the faithfal execution of the same. 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 the bids, if deemed unsatisfactory on any ac count. Proposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gene ral George D. Ramsay, Chief of Ordnance. Wash ington. D. C.," and will be endorsed "Proposals for Malleable Iron Cavalry Trimmings." GEORGE D. RAMSAY, Brigadier General, Jy 15-eotd Chief of Ordnance. p ROPOSALB I0B f ORAG1. CHIUT QOAKTlUfAflTIB'B OPPIO*, I Washiioto* DaroT, Deo. 8,1863. f Bealed Proposals are invited by the undersigned for supplying the U. S. Quartermaster's De iartment. at Washington. D. C., Baltimore. Md.. lexsmdria, and Fort Monroe, Ta., or either of these places, with Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw, Bids will be received for the delivery of 8,000 bushels of corn or oats and 60 tons of hay or straw, and upwards. Bidders must state at whleh of the above-named points they propose to make deliveries, and the rates at which toey will make deliveries thereat, the quantity ef each article proposed to be deliv ered, the time when said deliveries shall be com menced, and when to be completed, i The price must be written oat in words on the bids. Corn to be np In good stout sacks, of about two bushels each. Oats in like sacks of about three oushels each. The sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the Govenment. The hay and straw to be securely baled. The particular kind or description of oats, corn, bay or straw proposed to he delivered most be atated in the proposals. All the articles offered nnder the bids herein In vited will be subject to a rigid inspection by the Government Inspector before being acoepted. Contracts will be awarded from time to time to the lowest responsible bidder, as the interest of the Government .may require and payment will he made when the whole amout contracted for shall have bee?4?livered and accepted. The bidaer will be required to accompany his proposals with a guaranty, signed by two respon sible persons that in ease his Sid is accepted he or they will, within ten days thereafter, execute the contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties in a sum equal to the amount of the con tract, to deliver the forage proposed in conformity with the terms of this advertisment: and in case the said bidder should fall to enter inte the con tract, they to make good the difference between the offer of said bidder and the next lowest respon sible bidd?., or the person to whom the oontract may be awarded. _ . The responsibility of the guaranton must be shown by the official certificate of a U. S. District Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other officer nnder the United States Government or responsi ble person known to t?is office. All bidders will be duly notified of the accept ance or rejection of their proposals. The full name and P.O., address of each bidder must be legibly written in the proposal. Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H, Rucker, Ch'ef Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. C., and should be plainly marked "Proposals for Forage." Bonds,ln a sum equal to the amount of the eon tract, signed by the contractor and both. of his Juarantors, will be required of the success'gl bid er or bidders upon signing the oontract. Blar d. forms of bids, guarantees, and bonds, may be obtained npon application at this Offioe. FORM OF PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State) ?? (Date) I, the subscriber .do hereby propose to furnish and deliver to 'he United States, at the Quarter master's Tipartment at , agreeably to the terms of your advertisement Inviting proposals for forage, dated Washington Depot, Deo. 8,1881, the following articles, via: bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bu2hel of 06 pounds ? bushels of Oats, in sacks, at ? per bushel of 33 pounds ? tons of Baled Hag, at per ton of 3,000 pounds ? tons of Baled Straw, at ? per ton of 3,000 Delnrery to commence on or before the ?- day of , 186?, and to be oompleted en or before the day of , 186?, and pledge myself to eater into a written contract with the United States, with good and approved securities, within the space often days after being notified that my hid has been acoepted. Your obedient servant, Brigadier General D. H. Room*. General Depot Quartermaster, ??.. . .Washington, D. 0. GUARANTY. We, the undersigned, residents of , In the County of , and State of , hereby. Jointly and severally, covenant with the United States, and guarantee in case the foregoing hid of be accepted, that he or they will, withhi ten days after the acceptance of said bid, execute the con tract for the same with good and sufficient sure ties, in a sum equal to the amount of the oontraot, to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to the terms of advertisement dated Decembers, 1863, nnder which the hid was made, and, in ease the said ?? shall fail to enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ ence between the offer by said - and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom th^contract may be awarded. Given under our hands and seals this ? dap of .**-? M !?H I hereby eertifv that, to the heat of my knowl edge and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for which thev offer to be security. ?? To be certified 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^ dec *-tf Brigadier General and Q. M. r*Hll? QUARTXRMASTBR'S OFFIOJI. j"~ L Dbfok* or WABuiaeTOi.S Washington, D. C., January 4,1864. \ All dealer* in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather, Offioe Furniture. Harness, and Saddlery, are re quested to send to this offioe, on MON DAY of each week, a sealed proposal or list, m dupHeatt. of the articles they are prepared to furnish te this Depot at short notice, with the price of each marked in plain figures, so that, in ease the exigencies of the serrioe require it, the article or articles ean he obtained without delay, and at the lowest prieo. ^ __ . Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will be ro la this eltF tor ?-'?"wwsfBSr^ LAND SALES. [No. 700.1 T THE PRESIDENT OF TBI UNITED STATES. In pursuance ef Iw, I, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, President of the United States of Ameriea, do here by declare and make known that public sales will be held at tbe undermentioned Land Office* in the State if Minnesota, at the period* herelnafte derignsted, to wit : At the Land Office at MINNEAPOLIS, commen cing on Mohday, the fifth day of Sepu nibvr next, for the disposal of tbe public land.i within the fol owing townshi pi and parts of townships, vis: North of tht bast line and ?test of thtfiftk principa meridian. The BE and the W ^ of section 5; the N ^ of aection 19 of township 116; sections 19 apd 21; the N K of section 23. sections 37 , 29, 31, and 33, of town ship 117, of range 25. Sections 1,3. 6, 7, 9,11,13,15, and 17; the NB H of section 20, of township 116; sections 19. 21, 23,25. Z7, 29, 31. 33. and In of township 117; the S \i SE L, and the SE \ of 8W of section 33, of township 118, ol range 26. ? Sections 1.3, 8, 7, 9. 11, 13,15. and 17; the N V section \Q, the N >^of section^, and the N, ^ 0f d sections 5' 2v aD(* 35' ?* township 11' . the 8 1* SE LngeW* ** *?<*??*? 31, of Vwn.hipllWof section 23, oftownship 116; the8 >* of sectio*. lo^he 8 % of section 21, the a of section 23. a* ' 25,27,29.31," " range: Sections |, 3,5, 9,11, and 13; t >, a w of section H n *23*25? n? actMnV'' 7?9-11 ? "J5- !It 19> ran^ 28.' -od 85? of township 117, of i^8i?ti7DiV"'t0':*n*tij?n?;,,ect5on8 1,3,5,7. Ml, S'lW'.v'VsiSS' *?????? "d ?n -ions 1.3. 5, 7, 9.11,13, 15, 17. 19 . 21.23,25,27, *, and 35, of township 117, of range 30. Sections 1,3,5,7,9. 11.13,15,17, 19, 21. 23, and 25, of towshipll7, and sections 25, 27 , 29, 31,33, and 35, of township 118, of range 31. Sections 1, 3, 6, 7. 9,11,13. 15, and 17, of township 117; and sections 25,27, 29,31, 33, and 35, ef township 118, of range 32. Sections 1, 3. 6,7, 9,11,13,15. and 17; the N X of section 19; the N )*' of section 21; the N >? of section 23. of township 117; sections 25, 27 , 29, 31, 33, and 35, of township 118, of range 33. . . Sections 1,3, 5, 7, 9,11.13,15,17. 19, 21, and 23; the N X of sect ion 27 and section 29, of township 117; sec tions 25 , 27 , 29, 31, 33, and 35, of township 118, o range 34. Township 116; sections 1, 3,5,7, 9,11,13, 15,17,19, 21, 23 , 25 , 27. and 29, of section 31; the N M of section 31; the N Yf of section 33. and the N ,Hi of section 35, of township 117, of range 35. Township 116: sections 1,3, 5, 7, 9,11,13,15,17,19, 21. 23. 25. 27, and 29. of township 117, of range 36. Township 116 and 117; sections 19, 21, 23 , 25, 27, 29, 31. 33, and 35, of township 118, of range 37. Townshi*])*. 117, and 118; sections 6, 8.18, 2*?, and 22; the 8 iE Jtf,and the SW }*, of section 24; sec tions 26.28, 29,30, 31,32.33, and 34, of township 119, ofrange 33 At the Land Office at ST. CLOUD, commencing on Monday, the fifteenth day ?f August next, for the disposal of the public lands within the follow ing parts of townships, vii: North ftf the base lime and tpest of tht fifth principal meridian. Sections 7 and 17; the N of section 19, and the N }* of section 21, of township 121, of range 28. Sections 1. 3, 5.7,9.11, 13,15, and 17: the N H of section 19, the N >? of section 21, and the N M of section 23, of township 121; sections 31,33, and 35, of township 122. of range 29. Sections 1.3,5,7, 9, 11, 13, 15, and 17; the N of section 19, the N of section 21, and the N of section 23, of township 121; sections 29,31,33. and 36, of township 122, of range3". Sections 1,3. 5, 7,9,11,13,15, and 17; and the N o section 23, of township 121; sections 19 and 21; the 8 & of section 23; sections 25, 27, 29,31, 33, and 35, of township 122, of range 31. Sections 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13. J5,and 17, of town ship 121; the 8 of section 13; the S of section 15; the 8 of section 17; sections 19, 21,23,25,27,29,31, 33, and 35, of township 122. of range 32. Sections 1, 3.5,7, 9.11,13,15. and 17, of township 121; the 8 of section 13; the 8 of section 15; the 8 of section 17; sections 19,21. 23,25, 27, 29, 31,33, and 35, of township 122, of range 33. 8ections 1, 3, 5, 7, 9,11, 13,15, and 17, of township 121; sections 19. 21, 23 , 25 , 27 , 29, 31, 33, and 35, of township 122, of range 34. Sections 1,3, 5. 7, 9,11,13.15, and 17, of township 121; sections 25, 27,31, 33, and 35, of township 122, of range 35. Sections 1, 3 6, 7, 9, 11,13, and IB; the N X of sec tion 17, oftownship 121; section 7; the W of sec tion 15; sections 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27 , 29, 31,33, and 35, of township 122, of range 36. The E H. the N W ,l4, and the N X BW X, of sec tion 1, oftownship 121; sections 1, 3, 5,7,9,11,13,15, 17,21,23,25. 27, and 35, of township 122; sections7, 17, 19 , 21, 27 , 29,31, 33, and 35, ottownship 123, Of range 37. TheE X NE J4, of section 1. of township 121; sec tions 1 and 11, oftownship 122; the W X of section 1; sections 3, 5,7, 9,11,13,15, 17, 23. and 25; the N X of section 27, and section 35, of township 123; sec tions 13,14,15,19, 29, ol, and 33, ot township 124, of range 38. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, military, and other purpose^ together with selec tions of swamp lands tiled in your office by the Surveyor General, will be excluded from the sale. The offering of the above lands will be com menced on the days appointed, and will proceed in the order in which tney are advertised, until the whole shall have been offered, and the sale thus closed; but the sale shall not be kept open longer than two weeks, and no private entry of any of the lands will be admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, this 18th day of April, anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four. ABRAHAM LINCOLN. By the President: J. M. EDMUNDS, Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO ACTUAL SETTLERS. All bona fidt actual settlements under existing laws, subsisting prior to and up to the date of this Sioclamation, will be recognised; and all such set lers are hereby called upon to come forward and establish and enter their claims with the Register and Receiver before the day fixed in the foregoing for the commencement of the public sale. M. EDMUNDS,Commissioner. Note.?Under the regulations of the Department, as heretofore and now existing, no payment can be made for advertising proclamations, except to such publishers as are specifically authorised by the Com missioner of the General Land Office, je 4-lawi2v SPRINQ I3EBILiITY! LANGUOR, LAS8ITUDE. AID THAT LOW STATE OF THE SYSTEM Peculiar to the 8PRING TIME OF YEAR, ar? immediately relieved by the PERUVIAN SYRUP, Protected Solution of PROTOXIDE OF IRON. THE PERUVIAN SYRUP supplies the blood with its vital principle, or LIFE ELEMENT, IRON, Infnsing Strength Vigor and Nkw Lira into al parts of tbe system. One of the most Distinguished Jurist in New England writes to a friend as follows ; "I have tried the PERUVIAN 8YRUP. and the result fully sustains yaur prediction. It has made a >iw mam of me; infused into my system new vigor and energy; I am no longer tremulous and debilitated as when you last saw me, but stronger, heartier, and with larger capacity for labor, men tal and physical, than at any time during the laat five years." An eminent Divine of Boston lays: " I have been using the PERUVIAN SYRUP for some time put; it gives me nw vigor, buotanoy Of SPIRITS, ILASTIC1IT Of MUSCLE." Pamphlets free. J. P. DINSM0RE, No. 491 Broadway, New Yor*. COUGHS! COLDS I CONSUMPTION! WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY OhS OF TBI 0LDE8T AID MOST RELIABLE REME DIES in tbi World for Coughs. Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Diffi culty of Breathing, Asthma, Hoarstncss, Sort Throat, Croup, and tvery Affection of THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry does not Dry up a Cough and leave the seeds of Consumption in the system, but loosens it, aad cleanses the Lungs of 111 impurities. None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS," on tha wrapper. REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE!! A REAL PAIN EXTRACTOR. FORTY YEARS' 1XPEB 1N01 Has fully established the superiority of this Salva over all other healing remedies. It reduces the most angry looking Swellings and Infiamations as If by Magic; heal* Old Sores, Wounds, Bums, Boaldb, Ac., in a surprisingly short time. Only 25 cents a Box. The at>0Te are old and well established Remedies. For 8ale by J. P. Diwbmori, 491 Broadway, Ne# York, S.'W. Fowli & Co., 18 Tremont St., Boston, my 38 8&W3m and by all Druggists. Adams express company, 0VFI01 *14 PA. AVENUE. Washington, D. 9, 8UAT,"k}?^??fS55feD4S:W,8T MERCHANDISE, MONEY, JEWELRY. VUA11VAPM. hvsi es A . ?jsjrr ?ua e . ?ATiT"!. ABLES, NOTE8, 8TOCR8, BONDS, Ao.. Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPA^CH to all accessible sections of the country. This Oompan* "wzttmah <38!w? Connections are made. at New_York and Boston, with BRI to DIVE and thence eom nent. Mi r Enroj AMPTON and HAVRE" expresses to all prominent Britain and the Oontl Collection of K0T18,. at all aoceeaihle parts of an^BILMm^ RECORD, ratives and UeCRebei* fficSufAYiQ* D. JOHNBON, BALTIMORE LOO* HOSPITAL. OFFICE Ho. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STRUT THE ONLY PHYSICIAN ADVERTISING Hu discovered fhe moat Certain, Speedy, "** Effectual Remedy la the world for rw~"" DISEASES OF IMPBUDEItOl. Rtlitf in Si* HourU ffo Tri/linff Persons Buined by Inurut Pretender*. or bp Deadly Poison. Mercury. should apply fin mediately. J CURB WARRANTED OR NO CHARGE IN FROM ONE TO TWO DATS. _ Weakness of the Back, Involuntary Strictures, Affections of the Kidn Impoteney.General Debility ((? /y0aa n ess Dvo! nT-T^l >i*art, fcltnidlty, Trembliag, tk? V 9- ?*?-t Giddiness. D iseas# of the Head, f,?5 or Skin. Affection* ef the Liver, y?11 <t,BtonMh or Bemli-thm Terrible Dleor arising from Solitary Habits of Youth?the ani solitary practices more fatal to their Victims than the ion* of Syrens to the mariners ef Blvaens..blighting tneir moot brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &?., lmpoad ' _ , YODNO MEN .J\w,ko fcAT? become tbe'vletims of BoII tary vice,that dread fal and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an nntimelv grave thousands of Young Men of the moat exal tad talent and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwiae have entranced lis tening Senates with the thnnders af sloqneaee vt waked to extacy the living lyre, may oall with fell confidence TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. These are some of the sad and melancholy effeetO produced by early habit* of youth, vis - WeaknaM of the Back and Limbs. Pain in thi Hert DhnaeS of Sight. Loss of Mnscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart Dt"P?P?'?, Nervous Irritability. De rangement of tba Digestive Functions. General Debility,Symptoms or Consumption, Ac. Mistilitt.-The fearful effect* on the mind art much to be dreaded?Loss of Memory. Oonfuslaa of Ideas, Depression of Spirits Evil Forebodings. Aversion te Society, Self-distrust, Lot* of Soli tude, Timidity, Ac MARRIAGE Married Persons, or young m?n contemplation JJarriage, aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debii Ity, Wasting of the Organs, Deformities, Ac., should apply immediately. He who places himself under the cara of Dr. J, may religiously confide in his honor as a gen tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a Physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS, IMPOTENCY IMPEDI MENTS TO MARRIAGE By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weak ness of the Organs is speedily cured, and full vigor restored. Thousands of the most nervous, debili tated and impotent, who had lost all hope, have been immediately relieved. All impediments to marriage. Physical or Mental Disqualifications, Loss of Procreative Power, Ker ens Irritability, Tremblings and Weakness, at Exhaustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured, DR. JOHNSON, Member of the Boyal College of Surgeons. Lon don, Graduate from one of the most eminent Col leges in the United States, and the greater part of whose life ha* been spent in the hospitals of Lon don, Paris,Philadelpniaand elsewhere,has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever knewn; many troubled with ringing in the head aad ears when asleep.great nervousness,be alarmed at sudden sounds, oashfuiness^ with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind, were cured immediately. YOUNG MEN who havelnjured themselves by a certain practice indulged in when alone?a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are sightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not cured, renders marriage impossible, aad de stroys both mind and body, should apply immedi ately. What a pity that a young man, tho hop* of hll country and darling of his parents, should be snatched from all the prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequence of deviation from the path of nature and indulging in a certain secret hafeit. finch persons must, before contemplating MARRIAGE reflect that a sound mind and body are tho mofft necessary requisites to promote connubial happi ness indeed. Without these the Jouraey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prespect hourly darkens to the view: the mind become# shadowed with despair and filled with the melan choly reflections that the happiness of another ig blighted with our own. DISEASES OP IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and imprudent votary of Pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of thia pain ful disease, it often happens that an ill-timed sens# of shame or dread of discovery deters him from ap P Ting to those whe, from education and respecta bility can alone befriend bim. He falls Into tho hands of ignorant and designing pretenders, who, incapable ofeuring. filch bis pecuniary substance, keep him trifling month after month, or as long ao the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair leave bim with ruined health to sigb over his gall ing disappointment; or. by the use of that deadlp poison. Mercury^ hasten the constitutional symp toms of this terrible disease, such as Affections of **?? Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, et?., progressing with frightful rapidity until deatb puts an end to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that un discovered country from Whose bourne no traveled returns. OFFICE 1 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors from the corner. Pail not to observe namo and number. l^"No letters received unless post-paid and con taining a stamp to be nsed on the repiy. Person# writing should state age, and send portion of ad vertisement describing symptoms, The Dr.'s Diploma hangs is his OJtre, INDORSEMENT OF THE PRBSS. The many thousand cured at this establishment within the last twenty years, and the numeroug Important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. 1 Johnston, witnessed by the reportersof "The Sun1' and many other papers, notices of which have ap rtared again ana again before the public,beside* is standing as a gentleman of character and re flffi ^ * *Qfficient guarantee to the f SKIN DISEASES 8PEED1LT CURED jaa-ly gECRET DISEASES I SECRET DI8IAS1S SAMARITAN'S GIFT SAMARITAN'S GIFT/ THE MOST CERTAIN REMEDT EVER USED "Yes, A Positivo Cure" for GONORHOSA, GLEET, STRICTURES, d( Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercnry. Only Ten PiUt to be Taken to Effect a Curt They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor any unpleasant taste, and will not in any way In jure the stomach or bowels of the most delicate/ Cures in from two to four days, and recant casee in twenty-four hours. ' Prepared by a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present da*. "J"fosoRK.noTaoonLg, no chabq* wbativib. Let those who have despaired of getting cured, or who have been gorged with Balsam Goparia. or Mercury, try the ' SAMARITAN'S GIFT. Sent by mail in a plain envelope. Price?Male packages, S3. Female 19. BLOOD! BLOOD I! BLOOD II SCROFULA, ULCMJta, SORES, SPOTS TETTERS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES, do. SAMARITAN'S BOOT AND HERB JUICM Is offered the public as a positive cure SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DlriKAHEH the SA MARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICE is tho most potent, certain and effectual remedy ever prescribed; it reaches and eradicates every particle of the venereal poison, so that the cure is thorough and permanent. 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HENRY COOK, Alexandria, mayd-tf Young mkj/w^0Jhyf inj^ii^uwiaooivoo hp certain secret habits which unfit them for buaineaa. pleasure, or the duties of married life: alee middle aged or old men .ho, from the follies of youth or other causes, fe?l a debility in advance of their years, before placing themselves under the treat of anv one, should first read "THE SECRET FRIEND. ' Married Ladies will learn something of importance by perusing "The Secret Friend." Sent to any address, in a sealed envelope oa re ceipt of Ten Cents Address . .. . Da. CHAS. A. STEWART * CO., de 14-ly Bostoa, ?1 JUB1MU1I* JS," nave determined?regardless oJ _ penso?to issue, free. (for the benefit of suffering humanity,) four of their most inatructivo aad in teresting Lectures on Marriage and ita qualifica tions. vNsrvous Debility, Premature Decline. Ia digestion. Weakness, Depression, or ignorance of Physiology and Nature's Law. 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