Newspaper of Evening Star, 2 Eylül 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 2 Eylül 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR THE LATE PEACE IUTE?.VIEW. A Circular fresa tbe Rebel State Depart ment. Mr. Benjamin, the rebel Secretary of Sute, has issued a circular ad?rested to Mr. Mason, th? ir commissioner in Europe, in relation to the recent peace mission of Mr. Oilmore and Colonel Jacques to Richmond. After detail ing the meare by which they reached Bte h - mond and the intervie?- he had with them bet?re introducing them to Jeff. Ilavis, Mr. Benjamin says: ??Tbe interview, connected with cue report previously made by Colonel Ou Id, left on my mind the decided impression tbat Mr Lincoln was averse to sending formal commissioners to open negotiations, lesi he might thereby be deemed to bave recognized the independence ol tbe Confederacy, and that he was anxious to learn whether the conditions on which alone he would be wiling to take such a step would he yielded by the Confederacy; that with this view he bad placed bis messengers in a condi tion to satisfy us tbat they really came from him, without committing himself to anything in the event of a disagreement to such condi tions as be considered to he indispensable. On informing tbe President, therefore, of my con clusions, he determined that no question of form or etiquette should be an obstacle to his receiv ing any overtures that promised however re motely, to result in putting an end to the car nage which marked the continuance of hostili ties. ??The President came to my office at .? o'clock m tb? evening, and Gol. Ould came a few moments later, with Messrs. Jacques and Gil more. The President said to them that he heard, from me, that they came as messengers of peace from Mr. Lincoln; that as such they were welcome, that the Confederacy had never rorceaied its desire for peace, and that he was ready to hear whatever they had to offer on that subject. "Mr Gilmore then addressed the President, and in a tew minutes bad conveyed the in formation that these gentlemen had the idea tbat this government would accept a peace on a basis of reconstruction of the Union, the abolit.onof slavery, and the grant of an amnes ty to tbe people of the States as repentantcrimi naie. In order to accomplish the abolition ot slavery, it was proposed that there should be a general vote of all the people of both federa tions, m mass, and the majority of the vote thus taken was to determine that as well as all other disputed questions. These were well stated to be Mr. Lincoln's views. Tue Presi dent answered tbat as these proposals had been prefaced by tbe remark that the people of the North were a majority, and that the majority ought to govern, tbe offer wan in effect, apro prjwtl that tbe Confederate States should sur render at discretion, admit that they bad been wrong from the beginning of the contest, sub mit to the mercies of their enemies, and avow themselves to be in need of pardon for their crimes; that extermination was preferable to dishonor. ?He stated that if they were themselves so unacquainted with the form of their own government as to make such propositions, Mr. Lincoln onght to have known, when giving them bis views, that it wa? out of tbe power of the |Confederate government to act on the sub ject of tbe domestic institutions ef the several States, each State having exclusive jurisdic tion on that point, -till less to commit the deci sion of such a question to the vote of a foreign people, that the separation of tbe States was an accomplished fact; hat he had no|authority to receive proposals for negotiation except by virtue of his office us President ot an indepen dent Confederacy: and on this basis alone must proposals be made to him. ??At one period of the conversation Mr. Gil more made use of some language referring to these States as ?'rebels.'' while rendering an account of Mr. Lincoln's views, and apolo gized for the word. The President desired htm to proceed, tbat no offence was taken, and that he wished Mr. Lincoln's language to be re peat? 1 to him as exactly as possible. Some further conversation took place, substanti? ally to tbe same effect as the foregoing, when the President rose to indicate that the interview wae at an end. Tbe two gentlemen were then recommitted to the charge of Colo nel Ould, and left Richmond the next day. ??Thie account ot tbe visit of Messrs. Gilmore and Jacques to Richmond has been rendered necessary by publications made by one or both of them since their return to the United States, notwithstanding the agreement that their visit was to be kept secret. They have perhaps concluded that as the promise of secre cy was made at their request, it was permis sible to disregard it. We have no reason for desiring to conceal what occurred, and have therefore no complaint to make of the publicity given to the fact of tbe visit. The extreme in accuracy of Mr.Gilraore's narrative willbe ap parent to you from the foregoing statement, ? You have no donbt seen in the Northern papers an account of another conference on the subject of peace, which took place in Canada, at abont the same date, between Messrs. OL C Clay snd J. P. Holcombe, Confederate citizens ot the highest character and position, and Mr. Horace Gre?ly, of New York, acting with au thority of President Lincoln. It is deemed not improper to intorni yon that Messrs. Clay and Holcombe. although enjoying in an eminent negree the confidence and esteem of the Presi dent, were strictly accurate in tbeir statement tbat tbey were without any authority from this governmentto treat with thatof the United States en any subject whatever. ?We had no knowledge of their conference with Mr. Oreely, nor of their proposed visitto Wasniugton, ?ill we .-aw tbe newspaper publi cation?. A significant confirmation of the troth of the statement of Messrs. Gilmore and Jacqnes, that tbey came as messengers from Sir. Lincoln, ie to be found in the fact that tbe -views cf Mr. Lincoln, as stated by them to the President, are in exact conformity with the offensive paper addressed to "Whom it may concern, wbivb was eent by Mr. Lincoln to Meesrs. Clay and Holcombe by the hands of ins private secretary, Mr. Hay, and which was properly regarded by those gentlemen as an intimation that Mr. Lincoln was nnwilling that this war should cease while in his power to continue hostilities. Sai pa??e.h - At a meeting of the Board of Health, tbe health officer, Dr. Jones, reported the case of a man named A. Meberten, residing on tbe corner of Navy and Tillary streets, who manufactures the bodies of dead animals, snch as horses, Ac, into sausage meat, and pre pared the entrails for sausage cases. The place was indicted as a nuisance, and the enter prising German who prepares the horrible food was ordered to be arrested? ?. Y Com. Advertiser. ?7*Lincoln, Maes., is death on pickles. Many of the tar-iers have from one to five, and even ten acres devoted to this product. This season is very favorable to tbe business. One man, from two and a half acres, has gathered at two pickings 1)7,01)0 pickles; aaotner gathered from bis live acres, at one picking, so.000. This was regarded as an extraordinary yield. Another man has realized from his ten acres planted with cucumbers, in one season, 81,200. ?*t- The Louisville Press understands that the Hon. Je'se D. Bright has sold out all his Kentucky possessions, freed his negroes, given tnem each a sum sufficient to commence the world with, and has, with his family, gone to Europe, there to remain natii after the war. ?V ??i wonder where those clouds are go ing .'"sighed Flora, pensively, as she pointed with her thin, delicate finger to the heavy fu nereal masses that floated lazily in the sky. "I think they are going to thunder," said her little brother. ?*~ Th?> papal Government has determined o have all French names erased from the ?-hops and hotels. The wortls table d'hote, modes de Paris, objets d'art, and such like, are now for bidden terms. Ibob a?d Stbbl.?Mr. Bessemer, the inven tor of the process of converting iron quickly into steel, now says he can produce a solid block of the latter, twenty tons in weight, from flint cast-iron in twenty minutes, a sWThe London Athen.?-um gives Tennyson a "sookdologer' for Enoch Arden. It asks, are young ladies to be trained in the complaisant belief that it is rather a poetical incident to have two husbands living at one time 1 SW Jim Pardee, Ti years of age, and for the last two generations a notorious counterfeiter and swindler, has been arresed in Philadel phia for counterfeiting U. 8. postage currency. AggTSTANT ??G???????????'? OFFIOK. foiibiiiii RivKM'iB*s-?roBT?,vj<j? W ASBisuTO?.p. c, August _.. I??. CIBCCLAR. In accordance with ine'ructions from ????????>G t-eneral D. 11. Rucker, Chief Quartermaster D? ritof Washington. I have placed achooiiors at pperand Lower Oder Poitt?, io the position? occupied by th? light boat?, previous to their de etroctionby the rebels. From -iir?t until sunrise ? light will b??ewiin? from *a?-b of the sehooivre. The reeaon given by ??plain? of vessels, chartered and owne4 by the United States Quartermaster D?partaient, for ?tri. r.r.g ia tbe Potomac river at night, was. that they feared that they would run tbeir vesi?ete agroun?! if-hey attemped to ran past the shoals after ?!ark The lampa placed on tbe schooner* will give slight euffieintly strong to enable all pilo?? topan? up asd down tbe river with ?.afety, provide?! they ?overa themselves by the shirts provided byLnited State? Coaat Survey. I-rom and after this date,no vessel propel led by steam will be allowed to anchor, excepting i a ?vueh weather ae by running ?he ???? of the vessel or eargo might be endangered. All master? of v?4?*ib are directed to report any ?select on tbe part of the partie* oa bo* rd of the habt sebooa? r?. io not keeping their lights burn ing at all bear? of the night. A copy of tbie circular will be kept poeted ia the fil?.: iou??? of every veeeel owned and chartered y th? Go*liassent, plying ob th? Poto _v- river. _?.?. ALLS*. ???at Cast, end A.<fck? EDUCATIONAL. TO PARENTS AND TEACHERS OF GEORGE TOWN?A fall sesortment of SCHOOL BOOK.? constantly on hand, at 8i High street. ?ep J 9T__ MISS BKTT1E FOX will open a DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS, on Monday, 5th Be ? tember. at her residence. 118 Second st.. Georse town. P. C._?epl-lw* (VfB?? bOODBICH will reopen ber ?chool] on Ivi Mondav^Stb September. 43.1 5th street, be tween D ?nd E. Terms, from 96 to $10 perquar ter. Fuel, I L?O per season._sep l-3t* ST. MATTHEW 8 INSTITUTE. Nineteenth Street, between G and H. The classes will be resumed on the first Monday of September. Terms. First Department, f!0 per session; Second Department, 60 cents par month in advance._an y-fit* M" TS8~M. LEWIS'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS -The duties of tbie school will be resumed MON DAY. September 5,1864. at 449 9th ?treet. au29-8t^_ M 188 TAYLOR ?specie to reopen her School for Girls and little Boys on MON DAY. Sept. 6th, in the seision room of the Is'; Presbyterian Church, on < ??: st. Entrance at the north gate, an 29-eo4t* BO ARDING-AN D?DAY SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES, Corner Prospect and Frederick ?treet?, Georse town,D. 0. Mrs Gen. T. T. WHEELER, Prin cipal. The dutie? of thi? institution will be re turned on Monday. Sept. 12. au 29 Jw Corner ef Wth and G streets. ( CT. VINCENT ? SCHOOL, *7 Corner of] UNDER THE CHARGE OF THE SISTERS OF CHARITY. The duties of this school will be reanmed on THURSDAY, Sept. 1st, 1864. The Sisters inebarge will devote themselves to the advancement of their pupils in all the branches ef an English education, and will pay strict regard to the moral training of all placed under tbeir care. In consequence of the advance of pri?e" the Sisters are compelled to increase their ratea of tuition._an 27-2w M FEMALE SCHOOL. R8. MARIA C. McCORMICK, late of Alexan dria, Va., having removed her school to Cam bridge, Md.. ia prepared to receive four or five girls, as boarding pupils, in her family. Their intellectual, domestic and moral training will re ceive her most assidneuacare. Her sneses?, while for years engaged in Alexandria, in educatine girls, is well known to aU old residents of that town. Parents in this vicinity who desire further in formation concerning the advantages of ber school are respectfullyreferred to Lewis McKenzie, Esq., of Alexandria.Ta. or W. D. Wallach, Editor of tbe Washington 8tar. Her terms for board, tu ition. Ac .are moderate. Cambridge, Md. where she has recently located her school, ia one of the healthiest and most de lightful villages in the Union, and hasabont it no attribute whatever except such as a prudent and solici tona parent will approve in ?electing a local ity in which to have a daughter thoroughly edu cate and trained for future usefulness. The fall term of her school commences on the first Monday ol September._au 28 dim GEORGETOWN SELECT ENGLISH AND ? CLASSICAL ACADEMY YOUNG GENTLEMEN. ROBERT PHIPPS, Principal. The Second Term of this Institution will begin on Monday September 5,1%>4, at the new school boBse, northeast corner of West and Montgomery streets, Georgetown, D. C. The number of pupils is strictly limited to twen ty-five. The long experience and success o the Principal warrants him in assuring parents that tbey will find this school well adapted for se? .ring for tbeir sons a tBorongh English and Clissical education, combined with the advantage? of con ten?a! associations and careful moral training. HBFBRBBCB8: Rev. Dr. Pyne. Washington. Rev.J.II.C Boute. Georgetown. Rev. N. P. Tillinghaet. Georgetown. Henry Addison, Esq.. Mayor of Georgetown. Major Kurtz. U. 8. A_, Georgetown. Major Nicholson. U. 8 M. C. Georgetown. Thomas C. Cox, Esq., Georgetown. Henrv D. Cooke, Esq., President First National Bank. Washington. C. E. Rittenbonse, Esq., President Bank of Com merce, Georgetown. The Principal may be seen at 111 West street Georgetown._an 23 2w MI8S MAGRUDEB will open, on the 1st of Sep tember, a DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LA DIES. No. 107 West street, between Congres? and Washington streets, Georgetown, D. C. Resi uence 111 West stre?-t._au 19-2w* CUMBEBLaI^D VALLEY INSTITUTE FO YOUNG GENTLEMEN. Mzcbabickburu. Pa., , REV. O. XGE A SONS Terms 120' per scholastic year. Duties resumed Sept. 1st. Circulars at this once, au 19 2w* ?'?? UNION FEMALE ACADEMY.?The fif teenth annual session of this institution will commence on the 5th of September. 1864. Oircu lsrs obtained at the Academy, corner 14th str-et and New York avenue._ao 16-eoa m * BbWkyille~?c?demy. Session commences Sept. 5th. Entire expense for 21 weeks, filo. Circulars at Star Office, or ad dress R. ?. BURNS, Principal, au ? eolm* Broekville, Montgomery co.,Md. ("^T?RGETOWN COLLEGE, D. C.-The exer I cises of Geora-e own College, D. C, will be re sumed on the first Monday in September. au 3n eot.8ep5* JOHN EARLY. 3. J., Pres't. LAFAYETTE INSTITUTE, A Select School for yonng Ladies and Misses, 367 I street, be tween 13tn and uth, will reopen on MONDAY. September 5th. Experienced and thorough teachers. Music sud French in charge of eminent Profes sors. For circulars call at Drug 8tore corner of I and 12th. or at the Institute after September 1st. Misses WILLIAMS A HALSTEAD. anx4d_tAeo4t? (Ohron)_ ?nEORGRTOWN ACADEMY. ijWiivi-iwiifl ? ?oR Y0UNG LADIES. No. 128 Bridge st., between Congres? and Highst?. The annual exercises of this Institution will com mence on MONDAY, the 8th of September next. Circulars can be bad at Mr. Orandell's Book store, Georgetown, or Mr. Joyce's Bookstore, Penn. avenue, near 20th street, Washington. Rev. OLIVER COX. Principal. ay Car tickets will he supplied by the Principal to pupils residing in Washington, st half price. au 2-eoltn* MILITABY BOARDING BCHOOL-On Balti more Railroad, 16 miles from Philadelphia. Pupil? have the benefits of a home; thorough course in Mathematics, Language?, English, Ac. Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at any time. Fine Library and Apparatus. Address Rev. J. HERVEY BARTON, A. M., Village Green Seminary. Delaware county. Ps_tr9-7w* DENTISTRY. QR8AL DIBOQVERY IM DENTISTRY. Tuth Extracted withouTpvin with thi Muhritt tf I would advise aU person?' bavins teeth to a?. traet to call at Dr. LEWIE? office.. - and have them taken out by this new J and harmless process. Also call andv examine tb? Lector's new and Im proved method of Insertine Artificial Teeth. If you one? see the great improvement in hU teeth you will have them in no other style than this new and valuable ene. No. 949. Ps. avenue, between 12th and ISth afreets. novtt_8. R. LEWIE, M. P., Dentisi. M ? E ET H . LOOMIB, M. P., the Inventor aad Patentee of tbe MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at- ,_aa____BBsa, tenda personally at hia office in tbiar eity. Many person? osa wear thesed teeth who cannot wear otber?, and ao person can wear others who cannot wear these. Faraona sailing at my offioe ean be accommodated with any style aad pries of Teeth they may desire, but to those who are particular and wish the purest, oleanest, strongest, and most perfect dentar? tbat srtaan produce, the MINERAL FLATI will be mere fully warranted. Room? in this city?No 338 Pennsylvanie avenue between 9th and 10th itreste. Also. BOT Areb st? Philadelphia. mar4-ly ??& CHOICISTOCK sog 486 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 48? 486 PAPRFHANGINGB. 4*6 A ?elect and varied ? nek of Gilt, Medium and low priced Paperbangings, Borders, Statue?. Cen ?e Pieces, Jtc. WINDOW 8HADE8. Buff, Green, Chocolate, Brown ?nd Gilt Window Shades, a variety of patterns; Shade Fixtures, Taaaela. Ac. PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Bilk and Worsted Picture Cord and Tassel?, dif ferent sixes and colora, a beautiful a??ortment; Picture Ring?, Nail?, Ae. OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. The largest assortment of Oval Frame? la th? District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf; also, a variety of Dark Wood Frame?, with a va ried stock of small -si ted Oval snd Carts de Visite FrWa*__NGRAViNeB AND PAINTINGS A few choice Engravings and Paintings always Orders for Paperhangin* an? Window Shade? punctaally attended to in city or county. Terms cash f.r -^.?M ARBEITER, No. 486 Seventh ?treet, jy 7-1=1* Eight Doors above Odd Fellow?' Hall. BOOTS AND^HOES t? gDIT thi TIMEB We aie now manufacturing all kind? of BOOTB ?nd SIIOKi* andeonstanly r-c-????? a sup- v_b<_ ply of Eastern made work of every d? scrip- Ml lion. nia*> expressly to order, and will be?7 bbbw soldat ?mii'-h lower price than has been vBBb?. heretefore charged iu this city for much inferior ^??p? in want of BOOTS and SHOES of Eastern or City made work, will always find a good assort ment in ?tore and at the lowest ?ricee. Give us a call. ?RlFflN ?t BROTHER, apS-tf_314 Penn.avenae. 0~RPHAN8' COURT. AUGUST 90TH, 1H64 DihTaicT or Cm. um ?. ? a, Wahhis-to? Coobty, To uni - ? lu the cas? of Joseph Shelton, Adminis trator of Mary Shelton, deceased, the Adminis Jfator aforesaid has. with the approbation of the Orphans'Court of Washington County aforesaid, appointed Saturday .the loth day of September next, ror the ttnal settlement aud distribution of the per sonal eatate of said deceased, and of the a-tset? in hand, as far as the ?am? have be ? collected and turned into money; when and where all tbe ereil tem? and heirs of swid dw?_iw?d are notified to ad tend, (at the Orphan?' Curt ?>l Washington Coun ty atoresaid.) with tbeir claim? properly vouched, or tbey may otherwiee? by Uw ^ el(.j?_e.i froiri all benetit m ?aid decease?! ? estate : provided a copy of thi? order b? published one? ? week for threw week? .n tbe Evening BUr, previo?? te tbe asid lith dar of September. Uf* ?-..--?? Test: A.C. BOBBINS, ao 3-lawF?* sUgiater ef WilLe. OSFIG 1 AL. far ?, AdSMMM? WSMSwH Offloe, I Mik?mttm, Mort* 17,1*4. $ All application? ror leaves of abaenoe or per mieeioa to tisit Waalilngton mnat be addressed to Major General Halleck, Chief of staff, and east speolfy tbe business for which tbe otBoer desires the permission. Telegrams addressed direct to tbe Secretary ot War on this subject will receive no attention. By order of tbe Secretary ef War: E. D TowweasrD, Assistant Adiutact OeneraL ess?a???e_iSSI??????_?a?SBBBla?^ a_aa^_^_^_^_^_^^??????????????????^__^_?????? _FBOPOSAaaS._ PROPOSALS FOR COAL. Navy Aobbt'b OrrtCB, > WASHiacTOB. August 36. 1864. { Sealed Proposal? will be received at thteofno? until WED.NEBDAY September 7th, IS?, at 12 o clock M., for the delivery at the Ordnance Yard. in thi? city, of the following sizes and kinds of coal, viz : Tor Ordnance Foundry, 3,non bnehele of Charcoal. do do do 300 tone ef Anthracite Egg Coal. For Ordnance Foundry, 360 tons of Cumberland Coal. For Ordnance Engine, 260 tone of Cumberland Per Ordnanee Steamer Baltimore, 1.200 tons of Anthracite Coal ( steamer size). The above Coal to be of the best quality, and subject to inspection before acceptance. All of the Coal to be delivered by the let day of November, W64, free of expense to the Government. Pr?posais must be addressed to 8. P. BROWN, Navy Agent Washington. D. C._an IS-lot PROPOSALS FOR WOOD. "~ HKAnqcartf.rb Dkpartwkkt of Wabhibgtob, Orrioa op Chief? Quabtbrma?tbr, Nob.534, 536, 53t? and 540 Fourteenth st., _, ., Near New Tork avenue, __-_-_..? Washington, August?, 1064. PROPOSALS are invited for furnishing Wood to the troops in and around the Forts hereinafter spec ified, from parties owning Wood or Wood lands ia the vicinity of the tame, vis : North of the Potomac?Forte Sumner, Mansfield, Bayard, Simmon?. Gaines, Reno, Kearney, De Russy. Stevens, Sloeum, Totten. Slemmer, Bun ker Hill Saratoga, Thayer and Lincoln, and Batteries Sneade, ? imball, Parrott, and Came ron. East of Eastern Branch Potomac?Forts Greble, Carroll, 8nyder, Stanton, Baker, Davis, Dupont, Meigs, Mahan, and Batteries Ricketts and Wag ner. South of Potomac?Forts Marry, Ethan Allea. O. F. Smith, Bennett, De Kalb, Corcoran, Hagerty, Woodbury, Whipple, Case, TiUinghast, Craig and Albany. Proposale are also Invited for furnishing Wood to Point Lookout, St. Mary's county, Maryland, to the Cavalry Depot, Giesboro Point, Maryland, and to the Camp of Dismounted Cavalry, m the Bam? vicinity; also, for furnishing and delivering Wood at pointe on the banks of the Potomac river, accessible to boats, and ou the banks of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Bide will also be received for cutting and cord ing Weod at ?ucb Points within the limits of the Department of Washington as may be designated by the Chief Quartermaster. Full information on this point will be given on application to this office. Proposals will be received under this advertise ment for Wood anywhere within the limits of the Department of Washington fer supply of troops in said Department. Proposals will be made iu the following manner, to wit: _ 1. For Wood standing,(price per cord.) 2. For Wood felled by the United States engi neers or otherwise,(price per cord.) S. For Wood cut and corned on the ground. Proposals must specify the locality, kind, quan tity and quality of the Wood, and its distance from the nearest fort, camp or station for troops. Each bidder must attach hie full name and pest office address to his bid, and the names of all par ties interested iu the proposal must appear in the bid. Proposals from disloyal parties will not be con sidered, and an oath of allegiance must accompa ny each proposition. Bids will be opened from time te time, and con tracts or purchase made as the Wood may be re quired. Tbe right ii reserved to accept all or any part of a bid. No verbal propositions will be entertained, but every bid, or modification of the same, must be in writing. Proposale should be endorsed "Proposals for Wood," and addressed to BLIA8 M. GREENS, Lieat. Colsnel and Chief Quartermaster, an 8-lit Department of Washington. C. W. BOTELER. JNO. W. BOTELBR C. W. BOTELER A SON, IMPOBTIBS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IB CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATED WARB, BRITANNIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS, TIN CHAMBER BETS, COAL OIL LAMPS, JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATTS. FEATHER DUSTERS, BRUSHES, WOOD WARS, AND HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GSNERALLY. ?fiT HOUSES. HOTELS, AND 8TBAMBOATS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 319 IRON HALL, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUS. 17-eo6m between 9th and loth sts JOSEPH REYNOLD? A CO, PLOMBEES, GAB, AND STEAM KTTESBi No. ?00 ? ia? Sibbst, near avena?. Have Just received, and will constantly keep on hand, the largest and beet assortment in the city of Chandelier?, Brackets, Drop Light?, Portables, Glass Globe?, mica and outer Shades, and all arti elea in this line, from the best establishments ia New York, Philadelphia, Ac, which will bo sold on the moet reasonable terme. Also, RANGES, FCRNACE8, and Fire-Board Stoves. We are prepared to furnish the best RANGE in nee anywhere, on very reaeonable terms. Hotels, Restaurant?, Ac. are invited to call. We do all kinds of GAS and 8TBAM fittings promptly and cheap, as also everything In the PLUMBING line in the most satisfactory manner. Call and see our Bathing Tube, Fountain? Water Closets, Wash-stands, Basin?, Ac, Ae., at No. ?00 Ninth etreet, near Pennsylvania avenue, the larges^ establishment la th? city,_fs 3-eotf JAY tOORE A CO., BANKERS, HAVB THIS DAY. REMOVED TO THEIR NEW OFFICE. FIFTEENTH STREET, NEAR G. OPPOSITE UNITED STATES TREASURY. augl-tf T1 ?? SUPREME COURT OF THB DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, holding a District Ooart of the United Statea for tbe said District. To all tehom iLtnay concern, greeting : Notice is hereby given, that on the 2d day of An fnst, 1864, the schooner L. B. Cowperthwaite, tac le and apparel, furniture. Ac, were seic*d for violation of the Revenues?awe by tbe United States Collector of Gust?me at Georgetown, D, C. and brought the same into this District for adjudication; and the tame are libelled and pros ecuted in this court, initie name of the United States, for condemnation: and have been arrested by the marshal for the reasons in tae libel stated; and that said cause will .-tan.) for trial at the City Hall, in the city of Washington, on the tiret Mon day of September next, when and where all per sona are warned to appear to show cause why con demnation should not be decreed, and to inter vene for their interests. _ . _____ _, . Augnst 2, L3d4. R. J. MEIG8, Clerk. au 3-2awtd_ Q?Q 8EVSNTH STREET. 3f)Q CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, FURNITURE, HOUSBFURNISUING GOODS, CUTLERY, PLATED CA8TORS,SPOON8,AO. Fifty pieces Ingrain, Rag and Hemp C?rpete, which we are offering at much lees than preeent prices, some ae low as 56 ceute per yard. In Furuitare and Housefurnishing Goods we ean defy competition. _ Our stock of Cutlery and Plated Ware we are e? fering at extraordinary bargains. Person? in want of HonsefurnishiBg floods will find it decidedly to their interest to give u? a call, as all of our stock was purchased previous to the last advances, which enables us to offer greater in ducements than any house in this city. A discount of ten per cent, allowed en all billa of ?fin ?nd upwards. HENRY BONTZ. Successor to Bouts A Or i flit h, au ir, 1 ?t 369 7th street, near I. M A88EY OOLLIN8 A CO.?8 PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTER. 1 am bow receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT ALB and PORTER from this celebrated brewery, which I am prepared to furnish on short notice to all persons who favor me with their orders. Ordersgivsn to my driver? will be promptly at tended to. Goods delivered ia all parts of Washington and Georgetown, free of charge. RILEY A. SHINN, Agest. Union Bottling Depot, 57 Green street p5-tf_Georgetown, P. O. BUTTERI C ? ? ? 8 Bl E G G SI D. E. DUTBOW A BRO., , , Wholesale Dealers. aalO-lm_Tfp. 450 8th street. F ?T. HBIBBRGER, 8U00B880B ?? H. ? -,_.- 1OUDON * CO.. _^ CITIZENS' AND MILITARY ?"M _ MBRCHANT TAILOR, _k ^off?f*? Haul, (late Brown's,) XW dea? 3?STCwlT^Va!_&o?, "3G PIANOS.-We hsve Just received eightmerjo 8'emwayA Son's Piano? al) of the^ different sizes and style?, which we offerrTTTlTl for sal? at factory price?. These Pianos ?re seme what higher in price than other?, but their su periority i; apparent to all, after a careful exam ination, wa have also on hand a largeassortment of other makers. Ma?on A tjamlio ? Cabinet Or gan?, Prises'? Melodsone, at Music Store of ? W. ? ????????G. aa W ? C?r. Uta it. and Fa. aveBu?. _PERSONAL?_ ADIB8, ATTENTION- PLAIN ?BwTNGdeae with neatness and despatch by Mrs. FOLLBB, No. **?0 7th street. Island. Particular attention to Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children's under gar mente. Machine stitching done at ave ??>ts per yard._an2Hm* MADAM MARSHA, late from a north? ? city would inform the puhlio that ?be haiataken up ber residence at No. 403 ? etreet, between 9th and ? th. Ie prepared to read the past and foretell future events^_?n-lm* CAUTION.r^fblS whom it may Concern.?All ptrsocn are hereby cautioned against filling half pint porter and mineraawater Bottles marked with the name? of'B. A. china," and "Arny A Shinn,Mae ail who are found so offending will be prosecuted r0 the ntmoet extent of the law "pro viding against the improper use of trade marks, Ac " I would also notify mv customers that payment will be kxacted for all bottle? lost b? sbvm after this date. RILEY ?. 8HINN. Union Bottling Depot, 57 Greene st., Anglg. 1864. [an 19 Im] Georgetown. P. 0. PBR80NAL.-WM. PRINCE. 381 F etreet, oppo site the Patent Office, is the only one in town who doea FLUTING, having three very elegant anacbine? now in operation. Ladiea who desire thie very fashionable trimming ebonld give him a ?all. Stamping in all its varieties elegantly done. Stamped Goods, Braid and Silk? for sale, au 13-tf FSMALS COMPLAINTS receive partiular atten tion at Dr DARBY* Office. 493 7th etreet between D and B. Those in need of a confidential advieercan be suited bycallingonhim. aufi-lm* PRIVATE COMPLAINTS Are treated, either personally or by letter, at Dr. WOOD'S Office, 498 7th ?treet. Separate roome for patients. Of fice open day and night, au film* ?. T.?1800.?X. Persons of sedentary habits troubled with weak ne s, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con stipation, Ac, deserve to suffer if tbey will not try the celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS, which are now recommended by the highest medi cal authorities, and warranted to produee an im mediate beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pore, and must supercedeall othertonice where a healthy, gentle stimulant ?? required. They purify, strengten and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidote to a change of water and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours. They strengthen the system and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent f? vers They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation, They eure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head ache. They make the weak strong, the languid bri I iaut, and are exhausted nature's great restorer. Tbey are composed of the celebrated Calisaya hark, winter green, sassafras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix rum. For particulars, see circulars and testimonials around each bottle. Beware of imposter?. Examine every bottle. See that it has D. 8. Barnes' signature on our pri vate U. S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate ngraving on side label. Bee that our bottle is net refilled with spurious and deleterious etuff. We defy sny person to match the taste or character of eur goods. Any person pretending to Bell Plantation Bitters by the gallon or in bulk, is an imposten We sell only in our log cabin bottle. Any person imitating this bottle, or Belling any other material therein, whether called Plantation Bittere or not, is a criminal under the U. S. Law, and will be bo prosecuted by ue. We already have our eye on two parties re-filling our bottles, Ac, who will succeed in getting themselves into close quarters, The demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters from ladies, clergymen, merchants, Ac, is perfectly incredible The simple trial of a bettle is the evidence we pre sent of their worth and superiority. They are sold by all respeetable druggists, grocers, physicians, hotels, saloons, steamboats and country stores. P. H. DRAKE A CO., aug2 eoJra ?02 BROADWAY, N. Y. '( A RTILLERY HORSES WANTED AT ONCE. CBIET (j OARtiBMASTBB'S OVVIOB, WaBHIHOTOR DgPOT, Wabhibgtos, July 39,1864. HORSES suitable for artillery service will be purchased at this depot, by the undersigned, in open market, from date until September 1. 1S64, in lots of six to fifty, at one hundred and eighty dol tare (?18?) per animal; each animal to be subjected to the usual Government inspection before being accepted. Horses to be delivered to. and inspected by Capt. C. H. Tompkine, A. Q. M , C. 8. ?., corner 23d and G streets, Washington. B.C. ______ D. H. RUCRES. Brigadier General, Chief Quartermaster, fr 29-3*1_Depot of Washington. rs-BAMBTERS WANTED. Chief Quartermaster's OjSce, Depot of Washington,?. Washington. D. C? Aue. ?a. 1864. f Wanted, at once, five hundred (fiuoi to ene thou sand (1,000) Teamsters,each capableof driving with Bingle line and managing eix mule teams. To such who are competent to perform the duty, the pay per month will be thirty five (35) dollars, with one ration per day, and hoepital privilege?, including tbe best medical attendance when sick. Men experienced as Wagon Masters will receive Buch positions, upon bringing to this point twenty five (25) good Teamster?. Apply to Captain CHARLES H. TOMPKINS, A. Q. M. U. 8. A., corner of Twenty-second and G streets, Weshiagton. D.C. B?CKBB, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, an 18-211_Depot of Washington. RPHANB' COURT, August 16,1864,-DiSTBlCT or Columbia, Wa.-hib<;tos Codntv, to wit : In the case of Virginia M il stead, executrix of Thomas Milstead, deceased, the executrix afore said has, with tbe approbation ef the Orphans' Court of Washington County aforesaid, appointed Tuesday, the 6th day of September next, for the final settlement and distribution of the personal estate of said deceased, and of the assets in hand, as far ae the same have been collected and turned into money: when and where all the creditor? and heirs of said deceased are notified to attend,(at the Orphans' Court ef Washington County aforesaid,) with their claims properly vouched, or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit ia said deceased's estate: provided a copy of this order be published ouce a week for three weeks in the Evening 8tar previous to the s?id 6th day of September, 1864. Test?/. C. BOBBINS. an 17-law3w*_Register of Wills. rriII8I8TOGIVB NOTICE."lh_Tthe subscri* I ber hath obtained from the Orphan?' Conrt of Washington county, in tbe District of Columbia, letters of administration on the personal estate of Patriak Larner. late of Washington, D.O., de ceased. All persons having claims againtt the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit, the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscri ber, on or before the 6th aay of February next ; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of ?aid estate. Given under my hand this 6th day of February, A D 1K64 an 16-law3w* JOHN H. RUSSELL. Adm'r. _ THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That tbe eubecri ber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington connty, in the District of Columbia, lettere of administration W. ?. ,?? the personal estate of W.U. Crsmpton, lato ot Washington city, D. C, deceased. All perrons having claim? against the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhib? t the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the eubecri ber, on or before the 23d day of August neat; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the ?aid estate. -__-__? Given under my hand this 23d day of Angrist, 1864. [aule la-Sal JOB BDWIN CBAMPTON. ????????? TO THE BBBBUIOB RECORD, V>? containing Official B*7**Wsajratiye8 *-* State Papera, both National enAB4ekis?ks_-<>re ?et pahUsaa? ia ta? rsgulaj_P|B%$? the "" Usa, nat t. 1 vol. 8vo. PROPOSALS. pROFOSALB F?E FOBA?E. Caisp Qu a ?t? ax a?t? ? a Ornes. I WaBhibutob Dsror, Dec 8, 1363. f Sealed Proteste are invited by tb? n-der.tgn?? for supplying the JJ. 8. Quartermaster'. De partment, at ^Washington. D. 0., Baltimore. Md.. Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Ya.. or either of the?? place?, witb Hay. Oorn, Oat? and Straw. Bid? will be received for the debvery of I <?X> bushels of oorn or oste aad SO ton? of hay or straw, and upward* Bidder? must state st which of the above named pointa tbey propose to make deliveries, and the rate? at wbich tbey will make deliveries thereat, tb? quantity ef each article proposed to be deliv ered , the time wben said deliveries shall be com nienced, and wben to be completed. . The pri?e must he written out ia words oa the bid?. Corn to be up in good stout sacks, of sboat two bushels each. Oate in like sacks of about three onshels each. The sack? to be furnished without extra ebarge to th? Govenment. Tbe hay aad straw to be securely baled. Tbe particular kind or description >f osta, corn, bsy or straw proposed to be delivered meat be stated in the proposal?. All the article?offered under tne bids herein In vited will be subject to a rigid inspect ion by th? Government Inspector before being accepted. Contract? will be awarded from time to time to the lowest responsible bidder, as the interest of the Government may require and payment will be made wben the whole amout contracted for shell bave bees 'slivered and accepted Tb? bidaer will be required to ??company bis proposals witb a guaranty, signed by two respon sible person? that in cas? hi? bid is accepted be or they will, within ten day? thereafter, exeoute th? contract for th? same, with good and sufficient sureties in a ?urn equal to the amount of the con tract, to deliver tbe forage proposed in conformity with the terms of this advertisment: and in eaas the ?aid bidder should fail to enter inte the eon tract, they to make good th? difference between the offer of ?aid bidder and the next lowest respon sible biddf., or th? person to whom the contract may be awarded. The responribilitr of the guarantor? mast b? Shown by the official certificate of a U. 8. District Attorney, Collector of Customs or an y other officer ander tbe United States Government or responsi ble person known to this office. All bidder? will be duly notified of the accept ance or rejection of their proposal?. The full name and P.O., address of each bidder must be legibly written in th? proposal. Proposals must be addressed to Brit. Gen. D. H, Backer, Cbtef Depot Quartermaster, Washington. D.O., and gboula be plainly marker! "Proposait for Forage.?? ._____. Bonds, in a sum equal to the amount of tbe con tract, signed by tbe contractor and botb *f hi? guaran tor s, will be required of the success* al bid der or bidders npon signing the contract. Bla/.?? forms of bids, guarantees, and bonds, may be obtained upon application at this Office FORM OF PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State) (Date)-? 1. the subscriber, di> hereby propose to furnish and deliver to ?he United States, at th? Quarter master'? rypartment at -, agreeably to th? term? of your advertisement inviting proposals for forage, dated Washington Depot, Dec. a. 18?. the following article?, via : -bushels of Corn, in sacks, at-per btubsl ef 66 pounds ? bushel? of Osta, in seeks, at ? per bushel of ? pound? -tone of Baled Hay, at - per ton of 2,000 pounds -tona of Baled Straw, at-per ton of 1,00 pounds. Delivery to commence on or before the ? day of -, leo?, and to be completed on or before th? -day of-, 186?, and pledge myself to enter into a written contract with the United State?, with good and approved securities, within th? space often day? after being notified tbat my bid has been accepted. Your obedieut servant. Brigadier General D. H. Rdoebb. General Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. 0. GUARANTY. We, the undersigned, residents of ??,ia the County of-, and State of-, hereby, jointly and severally, covenant with tb? United State?, 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 th? con tract for tb? same witb good and sufficient sure tie?, in a sum equal to tbe amount of tbe contract, to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to the terms of advertisement dated December 8,1889, nnder which the bid was made, and, in case th? said- shall fail to enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ ence between the offer by said-and tbe next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whoa tse contract may be awarded. Witness. Given under our hands and seals thia dssj of ??**-? [S?: I hereby eertifv that, to the beet of my knowl edge and belief, tbe above-named guarantors ara gaod and sufficient as ?uretie? for the amount for which they offer to be aeeunty. To be certified by the United States District At torney, Collector of Customs, or any otber officer under the United States Government, or reason ?ible person known te thi? offic.. ?,.,_, 0 decf-tf_Brigadier General and Q. M. CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. J Dsposvof WASBiaeTO>,S Washington. D. C January 4,1884. \ AU dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber,Leather, Office Furniture. Harneas, and Saddlery, ar? re quested to send to thia office, on MONDAY ofeash week, s sealed proposal or list, t- duplicate, of th? articles tbey are prepared to furnish te thi? Depot at abort notice, with the price of each marked in piala figure?, so tbat, in case the exigencies of the servies require it, th? article or articles can be obtained without delay, and at th? lowest price. Dealer? wishing to sell to this Depot will be re quired to furnish the list marnine las-tf Depot of Washington' MEDICAL PURVEYOR'S OFFICE, Wasbibwtob, D.O., Juns 14,1864. All dealers in this eity and Georgetown, whe wish to sell to the Medical Purveying Department, are requested to send te thia office, on the MONDAY of each week, a sealed list of tbe articles they may be . ,_,_ . _.___ ^^ tfce 0. SUTHERLAND, JelS-tf Burg. U.S. ?., Medical Purveyor. was siDuiu| w Bpspas w ?tasas ???\?* WSU? *BBJ KW* I to furnish the list punctually every Monday ng. D. ? RUCKER, Irlgadier General and Chief Quartermaster. eacn wee?, s ?eaiea list oi tne article? tb prepared is furnish, at short notice, price of eseh attached to the asma._ A ?MF0RTANT TO 8UTL1RS SUTLERS WILL FIND H. A. OOWrime At CO.'S CONCENTRATED CLAM TO El A MOBT VALUABLE ARTICLE TO THEIR TRAD?, It sells very rapidly, sad is the most economical article ef dial for the officer's meas. It ia prepared la on? minute, and makes a most delicious Soap or Chowder. It is highly recommended by Arm Burgeons. Tbe profits ar? large. H. A. DOWNING A 00.. Manufacturers of Concentrated Food No. Ill East 18th st.. New York. For sale by BARJBOUB A SEMMES, Sole Agents. 68 Louisiana Avenue, sex-ly_Washington, D. Q DAMS EXPRESS COMPANY, OFFICI 814 PA. AVENUE. _ Washington, D. A *?^?&^^?????*. W18T MERCHANDISE, MONEY. JEWELRY, VALU ABLES, N0TE8, STOCKS, BONDS, ?te.. Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all accessible sections of tbe country. Thia Company has agencies in the Principal Railway Town? in the NORTH. EA8T, WEST, AN ? NORTHWEST?^ Ita principal offices are WASHINGTON, D. C, NEW YORK, BOSTON PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE, QIN CINNATI, 8T. LOUIS, LOUIS VILLE, LEXINGTON. Connections are made at New York and Boato?. With line? forwarding to tbe GANADAS and th? BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship lin? to LIVERPOOL. SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE and thence by European expresses to all prominent commercial towns in Great Britain and the Conti "collection of NOTES, DRAFTS, and BILLS mad? at all accessible parts of the United States. ?*"-? 0 c DUNN Agent, de?_Wsshisurfr'u. p. b. ???????????T?. A great variety of ENTIRELY NEW STYLES Adapted to PARLORS. DINING ROOMS. HALLS, ABD CHAMBERS. Also, ?.'?4>0 YARDS CANTON MATTINGS. 1,000 Y ARB8 FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Our Mattings are unrivalled in thia city, compri ing in part the famsua Gowqua brand for parlo Oil Clothe from 3 to 12 feet wide, adapted to dial rooms, halls, Ae. Ale?? WINDOW SHADES, BRASS C0RNICE8, PARLOR MATS. Paper hung by skillful workmen, and all orde promptly attended to. Give us s call and ss from 10 to SO per cent. RIFFLE A FALCONER'S Ho. 3487th street, between I street aad apn-es_Mass, svnns. --:-~i-?mv? your ?Y*'_A?___n_ ??__sw^s?__Pieigkt by the use of the cel-*V-F" ^_98 ebrated Pbbblb and Pbbisoopis Sfbotaolbs, ani? Yerselly acknowledged as the beet for Stbbbotr BBiso abb Pbbsbbtibo the impaired Eyesigh t. seienttfieallyand oorrectly suited, by FRANKLIN A CO., Opticians 944 Pennsylvanie avenue, bet. llth and 13th sta., 388 Pennsylvania avenu?, ander the National. FIELD GLAP8B8. C>ERA GLASSES. MICRO SCOPES, THERMOMETERS. STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. CARTES DB VISITE. Ac, in a great variety, sad st the lowest pri?es. CLARIFIED CIDER 1 M_ ___ CLARIFIED CTDER 11 I bave Just received per echoonere "Georges. Adams" and "J. W.." from Boston a large supply of pure Massachusetts 0LABIFIBDOIDBR.which I offer for sal? at the lowest market price, in guan titie? te suit purchasers Hotel keeper?, entier?, and all other? in want of s prime article of Cider are invited to call and ex amine this before purehaeingjtlaewhsre. RILEY A SHINN, Union Bo tulas Depot, 87 G ree n st.. _Georgetown, D. 0. SHOW CASES FOR BALE?Just received eight elegant COUNTER SHOW CASES ?v th? teat makerein New York. Apply te P. J, BELLE W A c??* ? 1 o 7th street, three doers south of Odd Pel. laws'Ball. )i?.tf t D?' """""?..?MO., _ LOOK HOSPITAL. OFFTCB No. T BOUTH FBBDBRICK UT RIETI TBE ONI/T PHTSICIAN ADVBRT1S1MW Bas discovered fbe moet Certain. SpMdy, ait Sffectnal Remedy la the world for DISEASE* OF IMPRIDINOB. B*/t>f m Siss Hemrsf No Tnfim?f Pereone Ruined by Ignorant Pretenderli or b? Deadly Poison. Merenry, ?hoald apply immediately. A CUBE WARRANTED OR NO CHAROS IN FBOM ONB TO TWO DA YS. _ Weakness of the Rack. Involuntary Diaehargeo, Stricture?, A Section? of the Kidney* and Biadane, ImpotoBcy, General Debility, N-r?ou?n?M.Dye? pepey. Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of ideas. Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, DimneeeofSigatorGiddinese. Piava?? of the Head, Throat, No?e. or Skin. Affection? of the Liver, Lungs. Stomach or Rowels?these Terrible Dieor der? arming from Solitary Habit? of Youth?th? ssesBT and solitary practices more fatal to their victim? than tbe ?ong of Syren? to the mariners of Slyeeue. blighting their mort brilliant hopos or anticipations, rendering marriage. As., ircpoesi bls. YOUNG MEN Especially, who hove become the victim? of Soli tary Vice.that dreadful and deatruetive habit whlcb ?annally eweepnto an untimely grave thouaaadsof Young Men of the moat exalted talent and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced lis tening Senatee with the th nnder? ef eloquence or waked to extacy the living lyre, mar sail with fall confidence *> TAKE PARTiCULAR ? ??? OS. These are some of the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habit? of youth, vi? : Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pain in the Head, Dimases of Siebt, Lose of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyepepeia, Nervon? Irritahiiity. Bo rangement of the Digestive Function?, Genera] Debility, 8ymptonie of Consumption, Ac. Mbhtalitv.?The fearful effect? on the mind are much to be dreaded?Lose of Memory. Oonfuaioa of Ideas, Depression of Spirits. Evil Forebodings. Aversion to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Soil tude. Timidity, *.,___,___ Married Persons, or young men contemplating marriage .aware of Physical Weakness, Organi? Debility, Wasting of the Organe, Deformities. Ae.. should apply immediately. He who places himself nnder the care Of Dr. J. may religion?ly confide in hie honor as a gen tleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a Physician. ORGANIC WSAKNB88. IMPOTBNCYIMPEBI M-NT8 TO MARRIAGE By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weak ness of the Organs ie epeedily cured, and full viget restored. Thousands of the mo?t nervoue, debili. tated and impotent, who had lost all hop?, bav? been immediately relieved. All impediments to marriage.Physical or Mental Disqualification?. Loes of Procreative Power, Ner voue Irritability, Trembling?, and Weak ? ees, ?? Exhaustion of the moet fearful kind, nasally cured. Drt. JOHNSOiv Member of the Royal College of Surgeon?. Lou don, Graduate from one of tbe most eminent Col lege? in the United 8tatee. and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the hoepitale of Lon don, Paria.Philadelpniaand elsewhere.has effected some of the most astonishing eures that wer? ever known; many troubled with ringing in the hood and ears when asleep.great nervoueoesa.be alarmed at endden eounde, basfcfnlneea, with frequent binehing, attended sometime? with derangeuiSnt ef mind, were cured immediately, YOUNG MEN who have Injured them?elvee by a certain practice indulged in when alone?a habit frequently learned from evil companion?, or at school, the effects of whieh are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not cured, rendere marriage impossible, and de stroy? both mind and body, should applv ierfmedi? ately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of hi? country and darling of hie parents, should be snatched from all the proepeets and enjoyments ot life by the consequence of deviation from the path of aatnre and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persons muet, before contemplating MARRIAGE reflect that a sound mind and body are the meffl necessary requisites to promote connubial happl ne?s indeed. Without these the Journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the proepoet hourly darken? to the view: the mind Me?me? shadowed with despair and filled with the melan choly reflections that the happiness of another If blighted with onr own. DISEASES OP IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and imprudent votary Of pleasure find? he has imbibed the seed? of this pain? nl dieease. it often happen? that an ill-timed sens? of ?hame or dread of diecovery detere him from ap plying to those wbo, from education and respecta bility can alone befriend him. He falls iato th? bande of ignorant and designing pretendere, who. incapable of curing, filcb hie pecuniary ?ubeianoe, keep him trifling month after month, or as Iona as th* emallest fee can bo obtained, and in dsepalr leave him with ruined health to ?igb over his gall ing disappointment; or, by the nse ofthat deadly poison. Mercery, hasten the constitutional symp tom? of this terrible dieease, such as Affection? of tbe Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, ete., progressing with frightful rapidity until death put? an end to hie dreadful ?offering? by sending hfm to that un discovered country from whose bourne no travel?. returns. OFFICE 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand side going from Baltimore etreet, a few doors from tbe corner. Fail not to observe name and number, ??"No letters received unless poet-paid and ?on? taining a stamp to be need on the repiy. Perseas writing should ?tate age, and send portion ot ad? vertisement describing sympt?me, TA? Dr.'s Diploma hauts in his Offtet. INDORSEMENT 0F THE PRESS. , The many tboueand sured at this eetabhehmsarl within the last twenty years, and tas numerous important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the repoHereof "The Bun'' and many other papers, notice? of which have ap rtared again and again before the public. Beside? ie standing as a gentleman of character andre eponsibility, is s sufficient guarantee to the f flic tod. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED fcSMp_;_? CBORBT DI8EASSSI SECRET DISEASES S A M A R I ? A N'g ft 1 F ? SAMARITAN'S GlFTl THB MOST CERTAIN REMEDY SVBB U8BB "Yob. A Positive Cure" for GONOBH?A. GLEET, SlMICTUBBS, Si Contarne no Mineral, no Balsam, bo Mercury. Only Ten Pill? to be Taken to Mffect ? Cw/t Tbey are entirely vegetable, having no smsll aot any unpleasant taste, and will not in any way In jure the stomach or bowels of the most delicate. Cure? in from two to four days, and recent aas at in "twenty-four hours." Prepared by a graduato of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most eminent Doctore and Chemists of the present dap. BO BXF0SDBB.BO TBOUBLB, BO CE ABOI WBATBVBB. Let those who have despaired of getting cured or who have been gorged -:*h Balaam Oopevia. or Mercury, try the SAMASITAN'S GIFT. Bent by mail in ? plain envelope. Price?Male packages, $2. Female II. BLOOD I BLOOD 11 BLOOD11 SCROFOLA, ULCMSA, SOSES, SPOTS TETTESS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS OR TENEBSAL DISEASES, St. SAMARITAN'S SOOT AND HESS JUICE differed the pnblic as a positiv?ear?. SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES, the SA MARITANO BOOT AND HERB JUICE, i? th? ? most potent, certain and effectual remedy ever prescribed; it reaches and erad i catee every partiel? of the venereal poison.eo that the cure is thorough and permanent. Take then of thie purifying reme dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos terity that for which you may repent ia after years BO NOT DESPAIR? Although you may be pronounced Incurable, the SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUIOBS will remove every vestige of impurities from the system, as well as all the had effects of Mercury. FEMALES I '?MALES 11 In many affections with which numbers of Fe malee Buffer, the ROOT AND HERB J DICES is moet happily adapted, in Ulcerated UteruB, ia Whites, in bearing down. Falling of the Womb Debility, and for all complaint? incident to the sob. Sent by express. Price Si a bottle, or ? bottler for Se. SAMARITAN'S CHANCRE WASH. Price 26 cents. Full directions. DESMOND A CO., Box 161 Philadelphia Fo#t Office. Bold by S. OALYSRT FORD, corner of Uth and Pa. avenue. HSNBY COOK. 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