Newspaper of Evening Star, August 12, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 12, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR The chances or pback in america. (from the London Spectator, July W.J The pablic mind to swlrgiug around again. Aiter believing for nearly two months that the South would be ultimately defeated. that the dauntless persistency of the North would wear ?at the fiery courage of Its opponent*, that ?amber* and will woald prevail alike over ?kill end "patriotism," it has suddenly arrived at tbe conviction that the eanee of the North to lost. Immediately after Q*n. Orant's first battle even tbe Tlmea wrote respectfully of tbe chances of tne invasion, bat the check suf fered in tne direct advance on Richmond, tne long paaee before Petersburg, the excessive rise In gold, the dismissal or resignation of Jlr. O^gce, the rumors of tbe "in vasion of Mary, land," and tbe natural recoil of over-excited anticipations, bave once more depressed tbe balance ; tbe Confederate loan has gone np to Tt, the conservative papers once more speak of ?nne victorious South," and the wildest ru mors, if only they tell to tbe disadvantage of the North, *re received with instant credit. All ih*? while the fact* of the ctse either re main exactly where toey were a year ago, or when they have altered, wlih one con sntenoas exception, to the advantage of the Fflertli. The military change baa conspicuously in their favor. Last year they were contending In the West for the Missis sippi, apprehended the loes of New Orleans, were duuotlul ef the fidelity of Missouri, and wh vered in policy for fear lest they should af front irretrievably the ?? nentral" politicians of the State of Kentucky. This year the Army of tbe Mississippi has quitted the ban lis of taut liver and fought Its way steadily and surely to the very heart of the Confederacy, has tra versed sncB a section of Georgia taat military oriiic* already discuss the possibility of Gen. 8berm?* intervening with decisive effect in the Virginia contest. This great result has, more over, been accomplished in tbe teeth of the Wrongest jesistance, of battles so severe that southerners estimate Gen. Sherman's losses at 30 M 0 men, of efforts so great tnat the South in obliged to explain defeat by the northern de vice of calling every fresh retreat a new stra tegical movement. Missouri Is either repentant or so completely Controlled that the Government can rely upon the action of the State Legislature, and Louis iana haa established agovernment which, how ???*T little It represents epioion, still prohibits the State from exerting any organised force on the Confederate side. Kentucky, which ruled the situation, baa just b* en placed under mar tial law, and even southerners bave ceased to speak of tbe campaign in the Far West. In Virginia, where the case seems so much worse tor tbe Federals, it is in reality even better Those seventy miles between Washington and Richmond which were pronouuced so impass able have been traversed?traversed in spite of ? resistance rising into the heroic?iraversed wl?h sncb loss to tbe defendants that (ien. Lee, boldest of all southern generals, is reduced to a policy of comparative inaction, suffers Gen Grant to march past him without attacking his ezpoeedjir.e, and leaves his ad versary south of Richmond rather than risk another general actio* * Thattbis advantage has been obtained at an immense sacrifice of lite is true, but the very first datum of the struggle is that the North ?aa afford thi6 loss, and that tbe South cannot The supply of men in tbe North is almost in sxhaastible, owing to immigration; that of men In the ??outh a strictly limited quantity Then tbe Southerners, we are told, are invading Maryland and going to capture Baltimore. So they were last year, although they did not leave a vast army in sight of their own capi tal, they bad one hundred and twenty thou*. n*d men instead of twenty thousand, and they were commanded by Lee iastoad of Ewell That was a true invasion, this is only a raid; "f! army might have captured Baltimore, this ort McH?nry. which commands the city, or tbe gunboats, which could lay tbe J?f IhiD-/h?it!;Athat re<>uired sudden return of the whole Army of the Potomac, this can be m*, i?. defeated by calling out the local and neighboring militia. The struggle is hot enough, no doubt, for these Southerners are good soldiers, they are fighting from the inside, and they have most audacious and able lead er*, but, taking the campaign as a whole, which is as yet the victor 1 Th^n take the political situation. In what to It worse than It was last yearl Three more States have been reduced, if not into hearty obedience to Washington, at least into a sullen acquiescence, which is comparatively almost as favorable. Two more have altered their constitutions, so as to abolish slavery forever, and so establish a community of iuteresu be tween themselves and the free States which allows of immigration. The President has given np bis last lingering hope of compro mise, and accepts a platform which, as re gards slavery, is in effect though not in theory, abolitionist. His rew Congress, which was to "? dens?cmtic, and to have con trolled him in the direction of peace, tarns out on all questions connected with war or slavery an ultra republican body. The coalition of governors which tried last year to dictate terms to the President, has aisappeared. and if Ubio to violent now, Illinois last year openly !?!~ be lrooP* sent to enforce the draft. The Times has a story that Governor Seymour has refused to send the militia to Washington. [This is one of the inventions of the Times cor respondent J But the rue in the value of goldI Is no doubt the very worst symptom in the whole as pect of northern politics, for it signifies that the war to becoming crushingly expensive. Prices rise with the fall in the currency, nntil, if the pro cess continues, a soldier's ration may cost uext year as much as turtle 6oup and champagne cost last. But what is the premium on gold throughout the great cities of the South J There to no fact better ascertained in modern politic* than that when a people is once determiued finance will not stop war. The Convention had I,'/ 0,000 men in the field when assiguats were at 1,000 per cent., and Russia drove out Napoleon and raised a new army to traverse Germany when they were almost valueless. The only efleet of the rise on the war is to com pel the Government to take the taxes in kind, and in the end te substitute requisitions for taxation. For tbe few articles required from abroad, snch, for instance, as saltpetre, the north can always pay, just as the South can pay, for it can use its store of corn as the South nte# its store of ootton. The rise in wages may derange labor, or even suspend it, but then the ?fleet of suspension may be, as In France, to hurl tbe laboring class into the ranks, where ?lone they are seen re of food. The North, if red need to a state of barter, with Its industry suspended and its commerce paralyzed, its finances ncn-existant and its private fortunes disappearing, can still, ir it will, while seed produces harvest, fight on to the end. The single question for politicians 1s now, as It was a year ago, the willingness of the northern people to endure all rather than see the South dep <rt If they are unwilling the question ends, but Where are the signs of tbe unwillingness ! * * * * ?ut 'or the hundredth time we re peat tbe one fact of American politics which our countrymen will never perceive? thatsub s'antial power in the United States rests with the country fieeholders; that they are, when combined and excited, more absolutely mast ers of the policy of their qpuntrythan the mid dle classes are of the policy of ours The electors la England could not defy the non electozs in arms; the northern freeholders have a complete supremacy in physical force; conld. If so Inclined, reduce the great cities to ashes and send all friends of compromise to serve against their will in tbe ranks. There to no power which can control this class, and it is the one of all others on which the currency ditfi cu uesfalls with least visible weight. Whatever >? wanting, corn will not be done without. Whatever can be given by the rich will be given to these men first and last of all. If gold be at one thousand premium bread will still support farmers, and the land ploughed by father and sens dees not obey Mr. Fessenden; woollen will still warm them and sheep yield lirJI, *"h?ut "king leave of Wall ^ will still fatten them, and pigs can cf men's sigh*C lb?U,h *old * barted out * 1i*ct'thew men look on *P?cie ^cumulating their small till. A . suspension of savings for one . no more means ruin to them than it coes to the non-slaveholding whites of the South Till they give np nothings ?ven no and what motive fer giving ud h? ?f v.? k?-?' ' NothiHgffi "SiSd Iri2 y , tends to smooth awav thu nn?in?i Par''tion tomakf itp?,i,r J surrender the one dream whi^h Possible to men s lives brigjtbMe tin*nt united under one tnvir* *1 1 kcon' of earth may find a home, fief Z* tohirk^ii erilet ments must bend, and nonhawe noplace, and toil at last h?. ?PPTf* rolve the curse of poverty. Engtlih' "Ved 10 in' lleve In the realization *f that drc?m man may doubt whetheritto well ,hat 5 ever te realized, but it u the dreaS? or^'* d independent and griping honest and obeunlto Anglo-Saxons, and tfeFrench Jacobin 4 ?o the grave by thousands for a dream whf?J Ihe"'^ *T*n l? themE?,T?* ?Jr much fur OFFIC I Alt* Office of Promt MarThal and Board of i irZ?t ?f &i*lnct of Columbia, i Si-of0!JS! u 101 ?? iroud a ?f^5S5 ''S?J S7??pr"* ?"i'TZrr:? " ? PERSONAL. f^EMALB OOMPl/*lNTHr??if? parttalarat ten r lion at Dr PaRBtU tf?r*, 49a 7th itrrt between D mod E T?io?- in n*?-d of a *oc(lt*nt;al arivi?-r cap he sultei by calling on hi n. au 8 !?? FIIvaTB COMPLAINTS Are treated. either rer?onall) or by letter, it Dr. WOOD'S O9oe, 49? 7ih itrret. Separate rooms for patient*. Of ficeopej>_dayj?Bd afght. u Mm* M"aDaME AHOLIAB WOULD RB8PB0TFUL ll UMtaci to her friends u1 the public generally, that she is now settled permanently in house No 449 0 street, betweea 4* and rtth ?t* . IsUnd. where she is prepared to read, to *11 who require it, the Fast, f resent sad Future Being an impressed medium, she is able to advise and counsel with safety apon all matters; especially bu*iti*e? matter*; or in fact, anything of import *nc*. I adies 76eeots; GeotUmen $1.36. Can be consulted from Sam. until 9 p. m au 6 iw* IPXTRAORDIN ART POWBR.-Mr*~L SMITH, ?J Clairvoyant and Teat Medium J H J 4th ?!rret. a few doors abov* I street, with the aid of spirits, examines all kinds of diseases sees your dead ?ni livin* friends; describes thenar. get* annuo, tells character; reads th* future. Advice about busi ness Bitting Si )* 18- Ira* "TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Boapb mat. T RAILROAD FROM PHILADBLPHIA FROM WALNTJT 8TRBBT PIBR,( VIA WlgT JERSEY RAIL t)AD. 1 At 6 a. m., accommodation due at l.ijtf a. m. At M) a. m.. express due at \X p. m. At 4% a. m.. ezpressdue at 8 p. m. ? Returning. leave Cap* May? < a. m. express due at9)i a. m. * 11.46 accom mods tioa due at 4K P. m. #.lo p. m express due at ?V p. m. Through without chanire of car* or baggage. New ears, and every thine flrst-class. Je* 3m J/VAN RBNB8ELABR. 8up*t. BALTimORK AAD OHIO RaILROaO. On and after Sunday. June 19th, 1864. Daily Trains will be run between Washington and New York and Washington and the West. as follows - FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND BOSTON. Leave Washington at 7 30 a. m., 11.u a. m., and 8.9> p. m. daily, exeept Sunday. On 8unday at #JO p. n. only. FOB BALTIMORE iSTD PHILADELPHIA iTeave Washington n m. daily, except Sua Itr. Passenger* will note that-^ a runs as far as Philadelphia only. FOR NEW TORR. Leave Washington daily at 6.3U p. m. This train is/or Neto York pa.i.tsnuert txdusivtl*. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washington at 0.90a. m., 11.15 a. m.,3p. m.. 4.46p. m., 7.20 p. m , and 8.30 p. m.,except Bon (Ju Sunday at 7.S0 a. m.. S p. m.. and 8.90 p. m. FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. Leave Washington at 6.90 a. m. and 3,4.45 and 8JO p. n>. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and 8.90 p. m Tickets sold to all points WBBT, and batgagt checked through. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave W&sbington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.46 p. m. daily, except 8unday. No train for Annnpolis on Sunday. Trains leaving Washington at 7.90 a. m. and 6.9" p. m. go through to New York without chanut df cars. Sleeping ears on 6.90 and 8.3" p. m. trains. Berths ean be secured until A p. m. daily at the ticket of fice. after that hour they must be secured of the sleeping car oonductor. The first and fifth trains stop at all way points. The 3 p. m. train stops only at Bladensburg, Beltsville Laurel. Annapolis Junction and Relay Hons* daily, except Snn<iay. On Sunday it atoos at all way points, PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers will please observe that the 9 p. m. train run* ooly a.? Jar at Fhxlailtlvkia daily, nupt Sunday. On Sunday it runs to Baltimore <mly. Also, that the 6.90 j?. tn. train takes Net? York patftnuirs on/v. For fnrther information, tickets of any kind, Ac., apply to GEO. 8. ROONTZ, Agent at Wash ington, or at the Ticket Office. W n. SMITH, Master of Transportation. L M. Oui^K. General Ticket Agent. je 20-tf G RBAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE to th? NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST. ON AND AND AFTER NOVEMBER 14TH trains will leave Baltimore from the North Cal vert Station as follow# : Fast Mail at ? .9 ? A. M. H&rrifibarg Accommodation?? 3.00 P. M. Lightning Express.? ?9.30 p, M. THE 6.30 A M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connects with the9.20 a. m. train from Baltimore for Pitteburg and the West.and for Elmira, Buff alo, Rochester, Dunkirk, Canandaigua, and Ni agara Falls, and for New York city. THE 7.'20 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connects with the 9.90 p. m. train from Balti more for Elmira and th* North and Pittsburg and the West. SLEEPING CAR8 ON NIGHT TRAIN8. BOLDirRS' TlCX*TS AT GoVllSJf*WT BaTXB, ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON BUNDAYV LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. RTFor tickets and any information apply at the office of the Great Pennsylvaaia Route, eorner Penn. avenue and 6th street,under National Hotel, Washington. J- ?? PS ? 5 ?? Superintendent N. O. R. R. E. J. WILKINS, Pass and Tiek*t Agent, cor. 6th st and }?9-tf Penn. avenue. TROPOSALS. pROPOBALS FQR STAMPED ENVELOPES. Pos* Ornoa Dkpartxi.vt, ) WseHiaoTUR. July 15.1864-t Sealed Proposals will be received until three o'clock p. m. on the thirteenth day of August. 1864. for furnishing all the Stamped Envelopes anl Newspaper Wrappers which this Department may requir*4uringaperiod commencingon thetwelfth day of September, lb'A, and ending on the first day of April. 186n. viz : STAMPED ENVELOPES. No. 1, or note tizo. 2;? by 4>? inches, of white paper. No. 2, or letter sise, by 6}* inches, and extra letter site. 3H by oi,' inches, of white, baff. or cream colored paper, in such proportions of either may be required. No. 3, or official sire 3?f by 8?? incheR. of the same colors as No 2, and under a like condition as to the proportion of each. All of the above envelopes are to be embossed with a postage stamp of style and color similar te those now in use, of such denomination at the Postmaster General may select. Stamped eewspaper wrappers, not less 'haw 6 by ]02 6inches,andofoutfor uianilla paper, embossed with the two-cent postage stamp, or any other de soB'inution tbat may be required. Proposals are also invited for furnishing straw or manilla board boxes, or others of equal or su perior strength, for packing parcels of envelopes and of newopaper wrappers, containing from one hundred to five hundred each, and for water-proof wooden cases for packing parcels of four to twenty fivethonsand. The manufactory must, at all reasonable times, be subject to the inspection of the'agent of the De partment, who will be instructed to require that the envelopes and wrappers shall be made in the bestmanner, of paper of approved quality, manu factured specially for the purpose, and with such watermarks as the Postmaster General may di rect. They must be gummed for sealing?the for mer at least 4>4 inches on the point, and one end of the latter ; they must he banded in parcels of twenty-five, packed, without charge for packing, and furnished complete in all respect*, ready for use with all reasonable dispatch, and insueh quan tities as may be required to fill the orders of post masters. and must be delivered daily, either at the Post Office Department or at the office of an agent duly authorized to inspect and receive the same? the place of delivery to be at the option of the Postn.a*'er General, and the cost thereof to he paid by the contractor. The ayt-nt of the Department will furnish th address ror each parcel, which is to be pasted o the box by the manufacturer without charge. The dies for embossing ihe postage stamp* on the envelopes and wrappers are to be executed in the best style, and thuy are to be provided, renewed, *Dd kept in order at the expense of the contractor. The Department a'so reserves the right of re Sniring new denominations of stamps, and any aagesoi the dies or colors, without additional Charge. Bidder* are notified that the Department will require, as a condition of the contract, that the envelope* and wrapp< r* shall be manufactured and ?tor*'' In such a manner as to afford entire security against loss t>y fire or by theft Bidders are expected to furnish samples of paper with their bids, of the quality they intend to use in the manufacture of th* envelopes which they Iiropose to supply, and also specimens of the enve opes. unstamped, and of boxes. Proposals are also invited for devices other than Watermarks, (or additional to such marks.) to afford proteetioa against counterfeiting. Speci mens to be submitted. , . ? The contract to be swarded to th* bidder who** proposal, although it be not th* lowest, is consid e'ed the most advantageous to the Department, taking into account the price, the quality of the samples, and his sufficiency and ability to manu facture sad deliver envelope* in accordance with the terms of this advertisement; and no proposals will be considered unlesi accompanied toy guar fcnBefore closing a contract the mceesaful bidder may be required to prepare new dies and submit specimen impressions thereof. The u*h of the f>resent die* may or not be continued, but no rad eal change in tne device of the stamp* will be idopttd. Bonds and security will be required for the faith ful perfoimance of the contract, and payments un der it will be made quarterly. The Postmaster Oeueral reserves tP himself th* right to annul it whenever be shall dlecover that the same, or any part thereof, jg offoivd for sale in th* markat for the purpose of *peeol*tion; and he will oat, in any sanction a tranaier of the contract to any *artT<1who shall he, la his opinion, less ablaor lea* eualiOed than the original bidder or contractor. T . . *? reserved to annul th* contract alations. I>erforn? ?aithfully any *f it* stip JThe number of envelope of different site* and of wrappers Iseued to postmaster* during the fis cal year aadiag J une S >. 1*63 faii_ Ht*f0_tw the last report of the Postmaster General Th* hid* should he marked " pr?a^I* for General, Po?t OWc* pepartmant." tY M-aoM M. BLAIR, Po*tagnt?r Geaeral. PROPOSALS. piOFOSALB FOE COAL. TllilVU OfFUMlIT J National Currtii?y Burtmu. lrt Division,J * u?u?t 9, i>mm. \ Sealed Proposals hereby iaviu?d for 8.* Hundred ?Xi) toas White Ash Aa'hraoite Goal, furnace ?iie, and seventy-five 76) toaa Oura b?r sad (m, to -he delivered at th? Trea<ury bui'd'ng at ?o?h a point a* urn be d-sign*t*d. The Coal u be Ulof the ba?t aaVit?, ?a I to bs deliv?red at the coitvenie e* of the seller, an* time ktfe'? the 31 th of 8*pt? nber. Bid* will be received a?til Monday. the 16th of Aagust, and be con<4<ter d binding 00 the btader for two weeks after that dst?, the Depa>tment r? s*rvin* the right to reject all or aay portion of tha bids revived. 8. M CLARK, an 10-lw Chief of Ut Division. P ROPOSALS FOB PAINTING. Ofif. of tkt Commitsumtr tf Ptthhe BuildinnsA August g, 1864. { Ssaled Proposal* will be received at this office, until I- RI DAV. "he >9tb day of August, instant, a* 12 o'clock noon, for cleaning ana painting tne cry rt at d passaaes eading thereto, under the Bo tur da uf the C*p<tol. IVr-oB" desiring to bid are invited to call at the 0< mn icioner s Office, on any day between the date hereof,and the time of openingthe proposal*, between the h^urs of 10 a. m. ana 3 p. m., where the* w I fir d some one to show them the portions to be ranted. B. B. FBENCH. _su H dtd Com. of Public Buildings. Proposals will be received for the GAhPBNTKR'8 and PAINTER'S WORK re quired in tbe erection of Calvary Baptist Church, ? mil Au*nst 17th, noon. They will be directed to tbe Chairman of the Ruildiair Oomrnittee, Amos Kukuill, Washington. D C.. and will be en dorsed "rslvary Baptist Ohnreh " The plans and specifications of Messrs. Clnss at d Hemmerhuher, Architects, can be seen at tbeir office. No. 130 west id street, between Dand ? streets north. The work will be paid for ia cssh nobjert. howevr, to the conditions usual in giving unt similar work. The bide will h? opened at Old Trinity Hall, 6th stre?-t. between D and E Rtreets, Aurust l7ttj. at 6 o'clock p. m . and the contract awarded as soon as practicable thereafter an 8-tAni7 Proposals for hats. caps, shoes. dry GOODS. 8EWING MATERIALS,kc. Htmiqvarter* Detriment uf Wat kin* ton,) Ojfir* of Chit} Quarter muter, S Washugtos. AngstS, lf>?4. S Written Proposals will be r?ceived at this office until rartker notice lor furnishing the following *?-,j 8 for n*e o contraband men, women, and children ia this Department: Brtigars (raseet Ac..) ?nd other serviceable tw^ois and Shoes for men, women, and caildrens' w*ar. Chip. Felt-, and Woollen Hats and Cloth Cap*, j r*"T' UiristtT. Ginghan s .Calicoes, Buckets, blo other W.ioTlefi and Cotton goods. Hickory Stripe (for Shirts.) Bedticking, Un " ^Muslin, Woole.i Socks, ant Burlaps. Spot-1 Cotton. Black and WMte. Linen Thread. Bone Sn?pender Button-, larg Buttons for Coats, hi e Porcelain Buttons Yarn, Neddies, and other Seeing Materials and Trimming". San>pl< s sl'ould he s>*nt with each bid, at tha ex pense t.f the p irty forwarding the same. An oath of allegiance should accompany each bid. No verbal p op ni ion will be entertained, bur every bid or modification of the fame must be in writi- g. Purchases wl-1 be made, from tim?t3 time, as the gt eds are needed under contract or otherwise as the interests of th? service may require Goo.) security will be required for the faithful fu filmentofany contract male un Jer taia adver tinemeot Proposals should be sealed, and addressed to the un ermg-ed, a-d endorsed " Propossl* for furnish ing Dry Goods." Ac. ELIAS M. GRKENB, Lieut. Col. and Chit f Quartermaster, au8-10t Department of Washington. pB0P08AL3 FOR WOOD. HBAriQOARTKRS DbpARTMSHTOF WABniNGTO*, ? 0|rrI9? ?* Chief Qcartbrmastbr, Nob. o34, ?)3b. and 540 Fourienuti ut., _ , . Near New York avenue, ppnnng . T Q Washingten, Augusts. 1?64. th?V 5M invited for furnishing Wood to ^ ?opB ln aronD<l the forts hereinafter spec ? 1'/f.omp*ttiea owning Wood or Wood lands in tne ?i<"i(,ity of the tame, vt* ; ? j ?J t',e Potomac?Forte Sumner, Mansfield, Wayard, Simmons, Gaines, Reno. Kearney, D? Kussy. gtevens, Slocum, Totten, 81eminer, Bun ? o r^togj, Thayer and Lincoln, and ro'n Kimball, P&rrott, and Came Eaat of Eastern Branch Potomac-Forts Oreble, C-P'oll. Briyder, Stanton. Raker, Davis, Dupont. MjMgs, Mahan, and Batteries Kicketts and Wag South of Potomac-Forts Marcy, Ethan Allen. C. b Ihi ^?k?ftt; Corcoran, Hngerty. Woodbury, Whipple, Cass, Tillinghast, Craig and ? *re also Invitfd for furnishing Wood 1? KT'rt Lo"ko?t> 8t. Mary's county. Maryland, ?* P* r? "boro Point, Maryland, and to the Camp of Dismounted Cavalry, in the ssme vicinity; also, for furnishing and delivering Wood at points on the banks of the Potomac river, acceasibleto bouts, and on the banks of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. - w'" *'9? be received *or cutting and cord 12* wJ*od at such Points within the limits of tha v 'tV o?-0/ Washington as may be designated C-"Jf .S,ufrtfrnj?ste''- Full information office'8 pom w e *I?en ?n application to this Proposals will he received under this advertise ment tor Wood anywhere witoin the limits of the I>epar ment of Washington for supply of troops in said Department. wwy* toPw?r>Blk made in the following manner, J" ?or^??!? ;*fnding,(price per cord.) 2. For Wood felled by tne United States engi neers or t^herwise, (price per cord.) 1 *or Wood cat and corded on the ground. tit. .'p<H,,al8 Vr?.ast ?P?ci& th.? l?c*Hty, kind, quan tity and quality of the Wood. and its distance from i? ^or^' MmP or station for troops. isch bidder muht attach his fuli name and pest office address to his bid, and the names of all par bid" In ^ e Proposal must appear in the Proposals from disloyal parties will not be con sidered, and an oath or allegiance mast accompa e> each proposition. Bids will be opened from time to time, and eon tracts or purchase made as the Wood may be re quired. The right is reserved to accept all or any pirt of a bid. No verbal propositions will be entertained, bat every bid, or modification of the same, must be in wrltiog. ,..I>roJ"?.''ai?Jshou,,1 b* endorsed "Proposals for Wood," and addressed to _ . . _ , , E I.I AS M. GREENS, Lietit. CoUnel and Chief Quartermaster, aaS-lit Dcpartmeat of Washington. Proposals ?or bcilding south wing to navy department building. a > Navy DgPABTifear, Aaguat3, 1H64 . Sealed Propo*?li.endorsed "'Proposals for Build ,n.tfoath Wing to fravy Department Building," will be received a* this office until 12 o'clock M. on the 16th day of August. 1#U. Plans and speci fications are ready for examination at the Navy Uepartrot-nt. and tl e bids must he for the whole bonding finished and complete in all ita details, except the hot water beating apparatus. Bidders are requested to name th? time in which they vill engage to have the burbling completed and ready for occupation, and all bida must be ac companied by the following guaranty : PORM OF GUARANTY. Tbe undersigned. of , in the State of ???, and 1 of , in the State of . hereby guarantee, that in case the foregoing blti or ~ ?.'or building new south wing to Navy De !??r. accepted, he or they will, within ten uaja aft? r the receipt of the contract at thn print office nearest their residence, execute the contract tor trie same, with good and sufficient sureties,and in case the said ? shall fail to enter into the contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good tbe difference between th? offer of said ??? and that which may be accepted. A B , Guarantor. B- p im C.D , Guarantor.. 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 N*vj A*ent District Judge or Attorney or Collector. aa 6 eojt Things worth knowing about horses, Londun; Dadd's Modern Hjrse Doctor; Youatt and Spooner on tbe Horse; Lawrence on the Horstt; Linslty s Morgan Horses, Miles on the Horse's Foot; Gentleman's Pocket Farrier; Mason's Far Horse Owner's Guide; Mayhew's Illustrated Horse Doctor; Mayhew's Illustrated Horse Man a^ement; Stewart on the Stable; Baneber on Horsemanship; Dadd's Anatomy of the Horse; /"?**?nthe Hirse; Stonehenge on the Horte, Lon tnn, Richardson tn the Horse; Cole's American Veterinarian. <jy 31) FRANCK TAYLOR. "BH WANG, THE GREAT CHINESE fkFX&P *J<? OONOH R H(E A, (*L EE J, *r' ??* ?ox WILL A Cuas ? 1-jTM IngTedienta ara purely vegetable. It U n^vh? no had odor, and de vest pocket without fear of Price fl a box. Sold by rh.?tn?t R* to 8.0. Upham, 408 Chestnut jit., Phtja?et?hla. and in Washington by B. O. FORD, S96 Pannsvlvanla avenue. Pent by la g-eolr T. Vth SdN(i ?t'r^1tamb,sr ind Fitter, corner lire pared ??P?"'te Patent Office, is fnt^wellln^ th* ?*?*nd Potomac water 12J2,. niS** *fd "to**8 on the most reasonable piS ?alw?.r*0nBt,U:nH**t-TWr,h"8c hosi eaded to Job work promptly at - ' )r 2im* DR ? LI ON, 414 PENNA A YEN ni DR. LEON cure.Gonowhfaf- AV^Da? .. OTPhilis M Seminal Weakness, ? M ,, *tjflAn>m?tion of B(add?rt Jr7- m? AU v?nereal Diseases. ?ft PIAK08.?Wehave reeeived this day,4 Pianos ?fSteinway & Sons, and 6 of Haines Brothers also, several Melodeons, which feM we ofiter for sale at the lowest factory MlTTI prices. Several second hand Piano* upon easy terms. As Pianos are advancing In price, wc advise per sons in search of a reliable Instrument, to call and examine our assortment. W. G. MBTZSROTT, _J*29 aornsr 11th and Pa. arenn ^OMPAMION JTO THE REBELLION EIOORD, Ml _ not published in the regular Uanes of"the Behel ? ? ? w ? -v ? aaa aiaajBuiiiun iniiiuiii* ? oi oontainina Offici^ Reports Narrative* and State Pabm-s. both National and feebel, which were not ?uhlished In the regular lanes of tha Bebal PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOE HOR8B BQU1PMSNTS. OiMiici Ornei, W? OBramirr. I WasbiHGTOK, D. O. July 28,1814 S Proposal* will b? received by tkli D?ivtmal until August 'Jth, 18X. at 4 p. m. for the delivery i &t the following arsenals of Horse Kqainmentii, United States cavalry pattern, U hereinafter stated: ? At the New York Arsenal. 10 >00. Frank fort " ?,000. " lU?(bUT " " St. Louts " 3X?*. t These sets of borse equiyeaeuts are to be furu iabed complete, with the exception of horse brush, currycomb, lariat. picket pin, link, noae bags, ?para and straps, blaakets. watering bridle, and aweat leather. The curb bite and stirrup? are^to conform strictly in pattern and finish to thoee de posited at th? above-named arsenals. The mal leable iron trinvinga are to be Japanned. The ; trees are to be of the regulation pattern, at sorted sites, rot lens than 3V? inches between the bars on ; th?- inside of the ponraH; the side bars of hard I white wood or beech: the pommel and eartles of beeco, well put toae;Th*r, A.l the irons are to be one teeth ot an Inch thick, and all l?t into the wood, to be eovered with the best alaughtered cow bide. All other covering1* will be rejected. ? The Y .Iters *re to be riveted with twelve No. 11 eopp- r 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 ring* to have a stop; two ri vets in each end of girth; no eroas sewing; and all the stitching throughout the seta will not be less than eiyht (8) stitches to the inch. The stirrup hoods will be omitted. The carbine's socket strap is to be riveted with two No 12 copper rivets. The ..rees are to be subject to inspection during all stagvi of their manufacture, ana, if deemed necessary, the leather to be used in the fabrication of these equipments to be inspected before cutting. The final inspection will he made at the arMnal wbere delivered. _ Deliveries must be made in lota 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 tira* will subject the contractor 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 ezplicity 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. Proposals notmade out on this form will cot be considered. GUARANTY. The bidder will be required to accompany his proposition with a guaranty, signed by two re sponsible persons, that in case his bid is accepted, be will at once execute the contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to the whole amount of the contract, to de liver the articles proposed, in conformitv with the terms of thla advertisement; and in cane the said bidder should fail to enter into the contract, they to make good the difference batween the offer of said bidder and the next responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract mav 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 tbe amount of the con tract, signed by the contractor and both of hia fuarantors, will be required of the successful bid er or bidders upon signing the oontraet, FORM OF 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 bid of be accepted, that he or they will at onoe execute the contract 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 to the terms of the adver tisement, dated July 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 oontraet mar b? swsrdod, S Given under our hands and Mai* <this day of , 186-. [IS!:] Proposals will be addressed to''Brigadier Uene> ral George D. Ramsay, Chief of Ordnance, Wash ington, D. C.," and endorsed " Proposals for Horse Equipments." GBO. D. RAMSAY, fy3P-7teo Brig General. Chief Of Ordnance. PROPOSALS F ? R F Oft&QI. OHiir quABTiaMABTia's Orn au, I Wabhihgtob Dbpot. Dec, 8,18K. f Sealed Proposals are invited by the undersigned for supplying the U. 8. Quartermaster's De partment, at Washington. D. 0., Baltimore. Md.. Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Va.,or either of these places, with Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw. Bids will be received for the delivery of 5,000 bushels of corn or oata and 00 tons of hay or straw, and upwards. Bidders must state at which of the above-named points they propose to make deliveries, and the rates at which tney will make deliveries thereat, the quantity ef each article proposed to be deliv ered , the time when said denvnries be com menced . and when to be completed. Theprioe must be written oat in word* on the bids. Corn to be np In good stoat sacks, of about two bushels each. Oatsin 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, com, bay or straw proposed to be delivered most be stated in the proposals. All the articles offered under the bids herein in vited will be subject to a rigid inspection by the Government Inspector before being accepted. Contracts will be awarded from time te time to the lowest responsible bidder, as the interest of the Government mav require and payment will be made when the whole amout contracted for shall have bee* 'slivered and accepted. The bidaer will be reqmred to aeeompany hia proposals with a guaranty, signed by two respon sible persona that in case hia bid is accepted he or they wlH. 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 ease the said bidder should fail to enter inte the eon tract, they to make good the difference between the offer of aai< bidder atd the next lowest respon sible bidd?., or the person to whom the contract mav be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must be shown by the official certificate of a U. S. District Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other officer under the United Btatea Government or responsi ble person known to this office. All bidders will be duly notified of the accept ance or rejection of their propoaals. The full name and P. O., address of each bidder poi Delfve D.C.and ?houl<f be plainly marked "Proposals for Forage." Bonds,in a sum equal to the amount of the con tract, signed by the contractor and both >f his guarantors, will be required of the succea* Ml bid der or hiddera upon signing the contract. Blar.? forma of bids, guarantees, and bonda^mav be obtained upon application at this Office. FORM OF PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State) (Date) I, the subscriber .do hereby propose to tarnish and aeliver to *heUnited 8tates,at thi Quarter master's Tapartment at , agreeably to the terms of your advertisement inviting proposals for forage, dated Washington Depot, Deo. 5, l$dj the following articlea. via: ? bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bushel of 86 pounds bushels of Oats, In saaka, at per buahel of 32 pounds ? tons of Baled Hag, at W?r ton of *,000 pounda tons of Baled Straw, at per ton of 3,000 pounda. jvery to commence on or before the ??day of , 186?, and to be completed en or before the ? day oi , 186?. and eledpe mysalf to enter into a written contract with the United States, with good and approved securities, within the space of ten days after being notified that my hid has been aooepted. Tour obedient servant, Brigadier General D. H. Strom. General Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. 0. GUARANTY. We, the undersigned, residents of ??, In the County of , and State of , hereby, leintly and severally, covenant with the United States, and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of ?? be accepted, that he or they will, within ten days after the acceptance of said bid, execute the con tract for the same with good and sufficient sure ties, in a snm equal to the amount of the oontraet, to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to the terms of advertisement dated Decembers, 1863, under which the bid was made, and, in case the said shall fail to enter into a oontraet as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the infer ence between the offer by said and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whoa the oontraet mar he awarded. Witness, . , Given under oar hands and seals this ?? day of [!&!:) I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowl edge and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and anfficient as sureties for the amount for which they offer to be security To be eertified by the United States District At torney, Collector of Customs, or any other offioer under the United States Government, or respon sible person known to this office. BB0 dec ?-tf Brigadier General and Q. M. f^HlEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, 1 Vv Diroar or waanuie-roa.l Washington, JJ. &, January 4,1864. \ Ail dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather, Office Furniture. Harness, and Saddlery, are re quested to send to this office, on MONDAY of each week, a sealed proposal or list, tn dttpluau, of the articles they are prepared to furnish to thia Depot at short notice, with tne price of each marked in plain figures, so that, in case the exigencies of the service require it, the article or articles can he obtained without delay, and at the lowegt price. Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will be re Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster. JaS-tf Depot of Washington. IVf KDIOAL PURYIYOR'S QFFI01, _ ..... , . WaeninoTog.i.0.,June18/MM. All dealeralnthis city and Georgetown, who wish to sellto the Medical Purveying Department .are requested to send te tnla office, on the MONDAY of each week, a sealed list of the artiolee they may be prepared to famish, at short notiae, with the ,n? <? 'S'rffff&.BLAXD, ie 16-tf Surg. U. B. A.. Medical Purveyor. issssra FRANCS TAYLOR* PROPOSALS. Pmt Orrioi Dspastxsit. ( Wasbihoto*, June 17, W6M Is aeeordanee with the provisions of the act of Ooagrcss, approved May ffl, 1864, which is in the words following, to wit: "?a act to authorise the establishment of oceaa ?Mil steam ship eery iee between th? United States And Broil." " Bi it enacted bp the thnmte and House tf Rerre iMUttNi of the United States of America in Conrrtss atiembitd. That th? PoitmuUr Stntrtl bo. a ad bo in hereby authorise* to unite with the General Post Office Deportment of the Empire of Braail. or such officer or the Government of Brasil as shall bo authorized to act for thatGovernment.inestablish ic* direct mail communication between the two countries by means of a monthly line of first class Americanseacoins steamships, fo be notlessthau two thonsavdtor>a burden each. and of sufficient number to perforin tw?lve round tripe or voyages per annum between a port of the united States, north of the Potoraae river, and Bio de Janeiro, in Brazil, touching at 8t. Tbonrtts, in the Weet Indies, at Bahia. Pernambuco.and such other Brasilian and intermediate port or ports as shall be consi tared necessary and expedient: Provided. That the ex pense of tbe serTiee shall be divided between the two Governments, and that the United States por tion thereof shall not exceed the sum of one hun dred and fifty thousand dollars for the performanoe or twelve round trips per annum, to De paid oat S"PKopriated for the servioe o'f th Post Office Department. ' Sec. 7. Ana be tt further tnacted. That the Post master General be and he is hereby, authorized to invite proposals for paid mall 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 Braail: Pretrided, That proposals for monthly tripe? that is to say, for twelve round voyages per annum ont 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 pritvidcd, further. That such proposals ?hall 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 acccpted bidder or bidders; each Government to be responsible only for its propor tion of the subsidy to oe paid for the service. . And be it further enacted. That any een tract which the Postmaster General may execute under the authority of this act shall go into effect on or before the first day of September, one thous and eight nundred and sixty-five; and shaH. 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 ?rne?'*/01n'JteSB"ill'I>< the flr8t dw; and shall, before their app'oval and acceptance by the Postmaster General, be subject to inspection and ?urvey by an experienced naval constructor, to be detaned for that purpose by the Secretary of the Navy,whose report shall be made to the Postmaster ? i ?,?raL'that the two Governments shall be enti tled to Have transported, free of expense, on each atd every steamer, a mail agent to take charge of and arrange the mail matter, to whom suitable ac commodations for that purpose shall bo assigned; that in case of failure from any cause to perforin any of the regular monthly voyages stipulated for in the contract, a pro rata deduction shall be made from the compensation on accountof such omitted voyage or voyages; that suitable fines and 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. " Sec. 4. And be it further enatted, That the mail steamships employed in the service authorised 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 "ApprovedMay28,1864 " PROPOSALS Will be received at the Post Office Department, in the city of Washington, until 3 o'clock p. m. of 8ATUBD A Y, the first day of October, 1864, for con veying the n?4ils of the United States by a monthly line of Oret-clasH American sea-going steamships of not less than two thousand tons burden each, and of sufficient number to perform twelve round voy 4betwe?n a port of the United 8tates north of the Potomac river and Bio de Janeiro, in Brasil, touching;at 8t Thomas, in the West In dies, and at Bahia and Pernambuco, in Brazil, for a contpiict term of ten years, to commence on or r,/? *k 2 l8^a^ ?f. 8<<Pt?raber, 1365, anl to date from the day the first steamship of such line shall be tnited States with the mails for Brazil Bidders must designate the United States port of departure and arrival, and may, at their option, propose to embrace additional intermediate Dorts at which the steamships shall touch on their out mails0*" homew,u'd Passages, to deliver and receive Each bid should name the time proposed to be occupied in performing the passages, each way, be tween the United States port of departure and ar ?v5 5 Janeiro, and should be ac-.orapa Died by a map or diagram of theToute. 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 honrs 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 approval of the Post Departments ^.j^e respective countries, and to alteration bv eSts of*?hltmrent8 ?'me t(? a8 the inter* mav require international postal service The sUamships offered for this service mnst be American steamers of the first class, and before acceptance will be subject to inspection and sur ?.?uiir rn e*jp?I'lenee<l naval constructor te be de for that purpose by the Secretary of the Proposals must conform in all respects to the provisions and requirements of the a?TrVsaid act approved May Zith, 1&>4. and must be properlv guarantied, with a satisfactory testimonial ^that 5"8 guarantors are men of property and abnn dantry able to make good their'ruarkntee The biilder-s name and residence, and the nam.i of ?I^h member of the firm, when a company offers should be distinctly stated in the proposal 'Biloui(1 The acceptance or non-acceptance of the bids will be determined by the Postmaster General as soon as practicable after the time limited for their reception; but no preposal can be accepted by this # unless the bidder is also aaeopted by ir^?T^rnTen.t ^f, provided for In the aforesaid act. And in case of such Joint acceptance, dibtinct and senarate contracts are to fee executed by the accepted bidder or bidders with each Gov !??en\conta.ning similar provisions, each Go v i^ responsible only for its proportion of the subsidy to be paid for the service Proposals should be sent, under seal. to "the First d?tv,8ti! Postmaster General.'' "Foreign Desk," with the words "?atf P*opo<aU"?? For t*n Mails" of the address; and tney should Kf d'sp?^,ched'n "me to be received by ?r before the first day of October next, which will be the last day for receiving pronosais under this advertise merit. M. BLAIR, Poatmaater Qeneral. A 1S?T.E^^~T-hi8 Department Is not vlvised 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, bu t it is pn-bable 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 Wen received , r<*ceiyed, it will be made public. je 18-w9w y B Proposals for purcITask or whjeat AND BYB. Hkadquarters DepT or WAeaiaoroif, Offick of Chi?? QnjHTtKMASTK*. "ALWPEOPOSA office until the 2i thday of August ^ext for the pur chase of FiveJ honaand Bushels (more or less) of the best Bei. Mediterranean WHEAT, and Fifteen Hundred Bushels (more or less) of the best quality BYK, raised on the Government farmB south of the Potomac. The grain to be delivered in this city or Georgetown, to the party whose bid may be accepte-i, within thirty days from the accep tance of the bid. * Proposals will be endorsed " Proposals for th? purchase of Wheat and Bye." and an dressed to tha undersigned 15 LI AS M. GBBXNK, ? ? Lieut. Colonel, Chief Quartermaster, Jy S7-18t Dey't of Washington. A DAMS 2XPRB88 COMPANY, omca 6i4 pa! avinui, WasktniUn, D. 9, GBXAT 1ABTIRN, NOBTHBRN, AND WS8T KRN EXPRJE88 FORWARDERS. MBRCHANDI81, MONBY. JBW1LBY, YALU ABLE8, NOTES, 8TOCK8, BONDS, io.. Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all accessible sections of the country. This Company has agencies in the Principal Railway Towns in the NORTH, EAST, WEST^AND NORTHWEST. Its principal offices are WASHINGTON, D. 0., NBW YORK, BOSTOB PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE' CIN 01NNATI, ST. LOUIS, LOUiS YILLE, LEXINGTON. Connections are made at New York and! Boston, with lints forwarding to the CANADA8 and the BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship line HAVRE Collection of NOTES, DRAFTS, and BILLS mada at ail aeoessible parte of the United States. 0. 0. DUNN, Agent, 4eV Wa?hl?""Hi. D. 0. PAFKRHANeinolt A great variety of ?NTIEELY NBW STYLES Adapted to *ARL?RSblNlNG BOOMS. HALLS, AID CHAMBERS. Also, ?,?V00 YARDS CANTON MATTINGS, 1,000 YARDS FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Our Mattings are unrivalled in this city, compri log la part the famous Gowqua brand for parlo Oil Cloths from 3 to IS feet wide, adapted to dial rooms, halls, k#. Also? WINDOW SHADES, BRASS CORNICES, PARLOR MATS. Paper hug hp skillful workmen, and all ordo promptly attended to. Sire us a call and aa from 10 to V par cent. RIFFLE * FALCONER'S Ho. 346 Tth meet, between I street aa* ipg-oo Mass. avenue, _ MAP OF RICHMOND AND SUEEOUNDIHO D JOBMOdV, BALTIMORE LOO* HOSPITAL, OPFICB No. T SOUTH FBBDBRIOK STREET! THE ONLY PHYSICIAN ADVERTISIN9 D1SEASB8 OF IMPRUDINQ1. JUlitf ?i? Sia Houre / No Trijmnf / Fereona Rained by Ignorant Pretendere. tr k* Deadly Pela?r. Marcnrv. ahoald iJ> ' Immediately. J cm warranted or no cramom IN FROM ONE TO TWO D ATM. WH?n*iefth? BmI. iBTOlwiMTr SiNhvM, Btrieturea, Afc(ti?giy Um K Mmti tod litdlk. IapoUter, General P?biHtry.ff "f!"y f >ul?* DlngeuofSightor ?Iddlnea*. PiaeM#?ftheHead. Throat, Now. or Skin. Affections ?f U? Wwjr. Lungs. Stomach or Bowela?thaee *errU>Ie Disor ders arising from Solitary Babitaof Yontfc?th? pickit and solitary practices more fatal to tneif victim* than the song of Byrt-na to the nnarinera el Blyaaus. blighting their most brilliant bop*?ot anticipations. rendering marriage, ?#., lmpOMI Kla TOUNO MRN Especially, who have become the'vletima o f So 11 taryVice.that (fretful and destructive baMt which annually sweersto an untimely rrare thousands ox Young Men of the moat exa! ted talent and brilliant intellect, who might otherwi?e have entranced lt? tenlng Senates with the thnnders af eloqneaea of waked to extaey tba living lyre, may call with tall confidence TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. These are aomaof the ?ad and melancholy effect* produced by ^rly hahlte of youth, vii; Weakaeeg ?f the Back and Limbs. Pain id the Head Dimaeeg of Siaht. Lose of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepaia. Nerroua Irritability. W rangement of the D'geatlve Fnnctiona. General Debility. Symptoma ofConsumptlon, fco. Mintalitt ?The fearful eta on the mind urt much to be draaded-Loaa of Memory. OonfuaiM ftf Ideait Depression of Hplrit*. Kill Forebodinge* Arer^a tS EUiety. BalUiatrnrt. Lot. of Boil, tade. Timidity, ^"?^arR]A0R Married Persons, or young men contemn la tin* marriage,aware of Physical Weakness, Orgenig Debility, Wasting of the Orcana, Deformities, Ac., should apply immediately. He who places himself under the care of Dr. #? may religiously confide in his honor aa a *e? tlemaa. and confidently rely upon kla ekill aa ? Physician. ORGANIC fgtiSSSRF By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment Weak ness of the Orgsns is speedily cured. aDd rull vlgw restored. Thousands of the most nervous, <leMll? t&ted and impotent, who had lost all hopa, ia*( been immediately relieved u_. , All Impediments to marriage. Physical or Mental Disqualifications. Loas of Procreative Power. Ner Tool Irritability. Tremblings and *eakne?a,et Exhaustion of the most fearful kind. speedily eared. DR JOHNSON. _ Member of the Royal College of Surgeona, Lon don, Graduate from one of tbe moat eminent Col leges In the United States.. and the *?>ater part ot whose life has bt-en spent in the hospitals of Lon don. Paria.Pbiladelphiaand elsewhere.haa effected some of the moat astonishing cnre* that wereevef known; many troubled with ringing in the head aad ears when asleep great alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfnlness. frequent , blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind, were cured immediately. TOUNO MEN who have Injured themselves by a certain praetlo# indulged In when alone?a haMt frequently learned from evil oompanions, or at school, the effeota of which are nightly felt, avan when *"l*a?- *"d, if not cured, renders marriage imppasibla, and oa atroya both mind and body, should appiv l*?medi atWhat a pity that a yaung man, the kuaa of hl? eountry and darling of bia parents should bj anatched from all the prosnecM and en)oymanta af life by the consequence of deviation from the pata of aature and indulging in a certain secret hanlt. Bach pcraona mast, before contemplaUng MARRIAGE reflaet that a aonnd mind and body ara tka ?so?1 necessary requisites to promote connohial napyl nesa indeed. Without these the Jouraey throogk life becomea a weary pilgrimage; th? ?????? hourly darkens to tha view; the minA baoomag ahadowad with despair and filled witk the malan? choly reflectiona that tbe happineaa of aaotkar U blighted with our own. DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. "When tha misguided and imprudant votary of pleasure finds he nas imbibed the seeds of this pain* rul disease. It often happens that an ill-timed aenag of shame or dread of discovery deters him from ap plying to those wba. from education and raapaata bility can alone befriend him. He falla Into thg hands of ignorant and designing pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch bia pecuniary snbatanea, keep him trilling month after month, or aa long &l the smallest fee can be obtained, and in deapalf leave him with ruined health to sigh over his gall ing disappointment; or. bv tha naa of that deadly poison. Mercury, hasten the oonetitntional symp toms of this terrible disease, auch aa AJfoctiona of tbe Head, Throat, Nosa, Skin. e?a,, progressing with frightful rapidity until death puta an end to his dreadful Bufferings by sending him to that un discovered country from Whose bonrne do travel*/ retnrna. OFFICE 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand aide going from Baltimore street, a few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe namg and number. ... ^ my-So lettera received nnleaa post paid and con taining a stamp to be uaod on tha rep?r. Peraong writing should state age, and aend portion ot ad vertiaement describing avmptoms. The Dr.'i Diploma hangs ?* hit 03*/l. INDORSEMENT OP THE PRESS. The many thousand enred at thia establishment within tbe last twenty years, and the oamerooi important Surgical Operaiiona performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the ruportereof "The Bun" and many other papers, notice* of which have ap r!>ared again ana again before tha public, beaidM is standing aa a gentleman of character and ra sponsibllity, ia a aufficient guarantee to tha f flict*d. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED Jag?-ly glCRIT DISXASX81 8KCRJT D181ASRS ^ B A M A RI T A N'B Bl FT SAMARITAN'S OIFTI TH1 MOST CERTAIN REMEDY *VIR US1D "Taa, A Poaitiv# Care" for GONORRQSA, GLEET, STRICTURES, 4? 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