Newspaper of Evening Star, September 24, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 24, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. ?r TB? proprietors t* tas ?aieago ???? office have discharged *_?* ?"____ ?oree ? printer? sad pat forty yo on? women in their places.?Neve item. The fellewia? ?? add re? ?ed te any ???of the?? v?aeg Women by a Type ef aa Old Font. Take ap the stick, Let's hear the click. An l set the types a daac.ag; Now te the east. Direct thy fare. And keep thy/*rwi advancing G Betrnr? tbe stand. Dm thy soft hand. Thon feminine type-setter ; As up yon yielr, Turn ont the nick, , Of each metallic IttUr. Thou'rt in a school That woiks by ral?, 'Gainst whieh all sorts do clatter ; From solid takes. And frequent breaks. To the very fattest matter. Now. Printre?? ?ay, By _i_-h*. and day Do?t thou psatesa to be fleeter, in' runnings race" At your case. Than any "wiafc clad""Jtr? eater?" Fellow-craft of mine. In crino- line, 'Mong tmpo.ting forms and tsar fates. Wast thy head turned When first was learned, The Printer df als in m brotes ? Be circumspect, Quickly correct Errors e'en.Ufe teseti may see. r' Add seep aloof From a foul-proof. And from all imperfections be free. ?^^?'"Give up your stand, Seek a ?trug hand That will lock you up firm in Love's chase. Don t let the change Your hopes derange, For Small ???_ will belong to your case ! Washington, Sept. 10,1864. L. A. G. Polic? Rbports? Second Precinct.?Jame Coulter, suspicion of horse stealing; jail for hearing. Kate Nolan alias Oriffin, drunk and fighting; ?5. Bridget McNan, fighting and disorderly; f_. M. Myers, disorderly; ???. Third Precinct.?Chas. Marshall, represent ing himself a detective officer; jail for court. Dennis Handy, lancen y ; John Baltcber, dis orderly ; Geo. Kronser, Wm. Nokes, Chas. Miz, nuisance; dismissed. Thomas Joice, drunk; Jno. Fendley, running of recruits; military. Mary Th _ mas, drunk and disorder ly; workhouse Fourth Precinct.?Jno. Shepperd, selling liquor unlicensed; dismissed. Daniel Web ster and Arabella Webster, disorderly ; $?_ 00 each. Fifth Precinct?Muscoe Qarrett, graDd lar ceny; bail lor court. Winnie Garrett, do; jail lor court. Ben. Hill, do.; dismissed. Robert Archer, jail lor court. Jos. Harris, do.; dis missed. Muscoe Qarrett, selling liquor to soldiers; 820 58. Also, without license; 820.5S. A. Nsilor, Sr, threats; ball for peace. A. Nailer. Jr., hacking on Sunday; SL58. Jas. I>onuelly, drunk and disorderly; 82. William Waters and Stephen Hawkins, righting; il each. George Butler, disorderly; 83. A?onza Fowler, hacking with a false number, dis missed. Isaac Shorter, disorderly^ ?2. Clara Phillips, drunk and disorderly; "82. John Poor, drunk; do. Charles AUaeett, drunk; S3. Also, assault; dismissed. Sixth Preexnot,?Kelh Hunter, drunk and dis orderly; miMtarry. Joseph Gettis, driving on a pavement: 92. Tenth Precinct.?John Slusher, disorderly; 8>' James Callan, do.; dismissed. Mary Butler keeping a bawdy bouse: bail for court. Daniel But-1 u. do ; dismissed. John Moore, desertion; military. Daniel Turner, disorderly; 85. Daniel Turner, threats; ; bail for peace. Alexander McLane, larceny; workhouse. Jos. Norman, disorderly; 85 >u. Jas.Ca?aban,do- ft, Rich'd Parker, do.; ?? John Tehan, do ; 81. Edw. Hutchins. do.; 81. Jas Robertson, drunk; Thos. Lcmax and John Boom, grand larceny; dismissed. 8. X.?1860.?X. Persone of sedentary habits troubled with weak ne ?, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o Appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con stipation, Ac, deserve to suffer if they will not try the celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS, which are now recommended by the highest medi cal aatborities, and warranted to produce an im mediate beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, snd must supercede all other tonics where a healthy, gentle stimulant if required. They purify, strengten and invigorate. They create s healthy appetite, They are an antidote to s change of water snd diet. They overcome effects of dissipation snd Iste hours. They strengthen the system snd enliven the mind. They prevent miarmatic and intermittent fever? They purify tbe breath snd acidity of ths stomach. They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation, They care Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head ache. They make the weak strong, the languid bril iant, and are exhaaeted nature'? great restorer. They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya bark.wlntcrgreen, sassafras, roots and herbe, all preserved In perfectly pure Bt. Croix rum, For .articulare, see circular? and teitimonials around each bottle. Beware of imposter?. Bxamine every bottle. Bee that it has D. 8. Barnes' signature oa our pri vate C. S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation scene, and our firm signature on a une steel plate ngravlnf oa aide label. Bee that our bottle is net refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy any person to match the taste or character of ear good?. Any person pretending to sell Plantation Bitter? by the gallon or In bulk, I? an Imposten We sell only in our log cabla bottle. Any person imitating this bottle, or selling any other material therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or not, U a criminal under the TJ.B. Law, snd will be so prosecuted by u?. We already have our eye oa two parties refilling our bottles, *c, who will succeed la cottine thenuelT?? Into ?loss quarters. The demand for Drake'? Plantation Bitters from ladles, clergymen, merchant?, k.c. Is perfectly Incredible Tbe simpl? trial of a bettle 1? the er ?deuce we pre sent of their worth and en per iority. They are sold by all mutable druggist?, grocer?, physicians, hotel?, saloon?, steamboats and country stores. P. H. DRAKE * CO., aag 3-eoSm 308 BROADWAY, N, T. ? DTT1BI 0H1181I D. 1. D?TBOW4 BBC, ???*1 Wholesale Dealer?, ?a io-m Be.fdoatfcatrect. OFFIC 1A?_. Headquarters MHMUtr?Dittrict of Washington, ) Provost MarskaVs Office, S Washington, D. C, Sept. IS, 1864. > General Order?, No. A. In formation having been received at these Headquarters, that many persons engaged in the Clothing and Furnishing business in this District, have frequently sold citisene' clothes to enlisted men, upon the men exhibiting cer tificates of discharge from the United States service ; and as auch discharges have, in most cases, proved to be spurious and forged or be longing to some other person than the erne present ingxt. It is therefore Ordered, That so much of General Order No. 3, Issued from these Headquarters, that relates to the sale of clothing to enlisted men? is so amended as to prohibit the sale of clothing to any enlisted man upon discharge papers that Be may present, until said papers have been examined and a special permit obtained fr?ta these Headquarters. Any violation or evasion of this Order, will 1 be promptly and severely punished, and the offenders subjected to the full penalty attached to the disobedience of this and other existing orders relating thereto. By command of Cot. M. ?. WiaawTtix, Military GovT. T. Iho SAHAM, Colonel and Provost Marshal. sep 13-6t War Department, Adjutant General't Oftot, I Washington, March 17, IBM. J All application? for leaves of absence or per mission to visit Washington mast he addressed k> Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and mast specify the business for which the officer desires the permission. Telegrams addressed direct to the Secretary of War on this subject arm receive no attention. By order of the Secretary ef War: E. D To WHS-? P, _Assistant Adjutant General. ?~e?e~*?*~**nnnnnnnnnWnn*~?'nnn**---? EDUCATIONAL. M IBS LILLIB BINNETT has th? honor to in form the public that she is prepared to si ? ? instruction? in music, at her residence. No. ?29 H ?t bet..6th and 7th sts., and respectfully solicit their patronage. flbe respectfully offers the following reference? Prof. J. H. Daniel, Hon. Rich'd Wallach. Mayor, Franck Tsylor. Esq., Dr. Alex. McDonald Davis. John P. Coyle, Bsq. Washington, D. 0., 1864._sap 17-eolm* BORROMEO COLLEGE. Pikeerille, Baltimore county, Md., open? it? ninth session on the 2d Monday of September. For the term? or otheT in formation address Rev. ?. Q. _. WALDRON, Prin ci paJL_ GEORGETOWN FEMALE SEMINARY, 151 West street. The duties of this institution will be resumed September 5. Tor circulars ad dress the principal, eep2 1m" M. J. HARROVER. S ?, TIMOTHY'8 IIALL. The underpirned will open his SCHOOL FOR BOARDING AND DAY PUPILS, at the above named place on TUESDAY, Sept. 13,1864. He ha?, by a very liberal outlay, secured the best talent to a??i?t him in the education of young gen tlemen, and ha? procured a ?ite inferior to none in the country for ?alabrity of climate and beauty of scenery. The Hall i? an extensive .serie? of build ing?, fitted up with every requisite for comfort, convenience and health, surrounded by 31 acres of ground.affording ample ?cope for physical exer cise. The following gentlemen constitute the f*cultv: B. PARSONS. Principal and Professor of Mathematics and Moral Sciences GEO. 8. GRAPE, A.M., Professor of Natural Science and Mathematics. Rev. J. NEWMAN HANK, A. M. Professor of Ancient Languages A Moral 8eien?e. Rev. A. 80MMER7IELD HANK. A. M., Professor of Belles-Lettre? and Ancient Language Rev. II. II BRUNING, A.M., Professer of German, Spanish and Mathematics. Professor of French Languages. Professor of Painting and Drawing. A.M. METZ, Esq.. Professor of Vocal and Instrumental Music. TERMS.?Boarding pupils $30" per year of 10 month?; weekly boarding pupil? ?aio per year of 10 months; daily pupils ????? per year of 10 month?. including fare to and from the city. For particulars eee circular?, to be obtained st principal bookstore?, or address B. PARSONS, CatouHville. Baltimore County, Maryland. Circulars to be had at the Star Offlee. sep 2 DA Wim*_ TO PARENTS AND TEACHERS OK GEORG E TOWN.-A full assortment ef SCHOOL BOOKS constantly oa hand, at 5?5 High street. seal ?t*_ BOARDING AND DAY SEMINARY FOR YOUNG LADIES, Corner Proepeet and Frederick streets, George town, D. C. Mrs. Gen T. T. WHBBLKR, Prin cipal. The duties of this institution will be re sumed on Monday. 8ept. 12._an 29 2w M?_ _.._- FEMALE SCHOOL. BS. MARIA C. McCORMICK, late of Alexan dria. Va., having removed her school to Cam bridge, Md., i? prepared to receive four er five girls, as boarding pupil?, in her family. Their intellectual, domestic and moral training will re ceive ber most a??iduouecare. Her ?acsess, while for years engaged in Alexandria, in educating girls, ia well known to all old residents of that town. Parents in this vicinity who desire further In formation concerning the advantage? of her school are respectfully referred to Lewi? McKenzie, Esq., of Alexandria, Va., or W. D. Wallach, Editor of the Washington Star. Her terms for board, tu ition, Ac , are moderate. Cambridge,Md. where she has recently located her school, i? one of the healthiest and most de lightful villages in the Union, and has about it no attribute whatever except such as a prudent and solicitous parent will approve in selecting a local ity in wblch to have a daughter thoroughly edu cated and trained for future usefulness. The fall term of her schnol commences on the rst Monday ot September. au 35-dim URNI rpEAMSTERS WANTED. Chief Quartermaster's Office, Depot of Washington,i Washington. D. C, Aug. 18.1864. ( Wanted, at once, five hnodred (SOU) to one thou sand (I.HHO) Teamster?, each capable of driving with ?ingle line and managing six mule teams. To such w_o are competent to perform the dnty, the pay per month will be thirty five (35) dollar?, with one ration per day, and ho?pital privilege?, including tbe beet medical attendance when sick. Men experienced a? Wagon Masters will receive such positions, upon bringing to this point twenty five (26) good Teamster?._ Apply to Captain CHARLES H. T0MPKIN8, A. Q. M. U. 8. ?., corner of Twenty-second and G streets.Washington,D.O. _ ??-_-?< Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, an 18-Zlt_Depot of Washington. IMPORTANT TO " HOUSEKEEPERS AND OTHERS. We invite the attention of all Sersons who are in want of F URN OCSEKBBPING GOODS to call and examine our large and extensive assortment, which we are prepared to offer AT GREAT BARGAINS, thereby making It an important item in the selec tion of _ FURNITURE and other E0U8ECE?PING GOODS, always to be found at the well known establish ment of McGregor a zimmerman, No. .30 Seventh street, between au 26-eolm Louisiana av. and D ?t., east side. P~ IAN08.?We have Just received eight more o Bteinway A Son's Pianos, all of t_e?S different sises and stries, which we offerii V Fil for sale at factory prices. These Pianos are seme what Mgber in price than others, but their su periority is apparent to all, after a eareful exam ination. We have also on hand a lsrgeassortment or other maker?. Mason A Hamlin'e Cabinet Or gans, Prince's M?1odeon^*{}M?S_|_?_i0_f_t au 18_Cor. 11th ?t. and Pa. _______ A SAUS XXPRE38 COMPANY, OfflCl ft 14 PA! AVBN?1. Washington, D. ?, GREAT BA8TNRN, NORTHERN, AND WEST ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS. MKRCHANDI8B, MONEY, JBWBLBY. VALU ABLES, NOTES. STOCKS, BONDSjte., Forwarded with BAVETY AND DISPATCH to all accessible sections of the country. This Company has agencies in the Principal Rai 1 way Town? in the N0BTH. EAST. WEST*. AND NORTHWEST. Its principal offices are WASHINGTON. ?&. 0., NBW TORS, BOSTON PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE! PIN OINNATI, 8T. LOUIS, LOUtB VILLfc, LEXINGTON. Connection? are made at New York snd Boston. with lines forwardinjr to the CAN ADA8 and the BRITISH PROVINCES and other steam ??up line to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRB and thence by European expresses to all prominent commercial towns in Great Britain and the Conti "ooUeetlon ef NOTES, D___BT8,ea_BILLS made ?t all aooeaaibU parts of the United ?tate? ?_?? wS-_SLwtgg\ HI8I8TOGIVB NOTICE, that the snbseri ber hath obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington coun_y, in the District of Columbia^ letters of administration on the pereonaleatate of Patriek Larner, late of Washington. D.O., de ceased. All persons having claim? against the ?aid deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the name, with the voschers thereof, to the eubseri berVon or before the 6th day of _____??_ next : they may otherwise by law he excluded from all benefit of said estate. ??_,______.________? Given under my Band this 6th day of February, \u _60awSw? ??? H. BUBBBLL, Adm'r. Wf MUIUa?vU ytiijtJ _ J ? au asa _> ari????-? _-? -??---_--_.-_-? rottet ? testamentary on the personal estate of Jama? Carrico, late of Washington County, P.O.. deceased. All person? having claims against the ?*id *_S5_B__1? ?*? hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers th sr eof, to the sabseriber. ??v0 ___efo?> **??* day ?f August next: they may th said estali** ?iele4>d fr?11 ?" >??-*? ?? _?j___,k"j ?wiMtmiJaar? SAN D FOB !BALB-A ppl y at the first hones from tteBaetera Breach BndteJ aut-ln* PBOrOSALS. tffB. ) toron. 5 PROPOSALS FOB M AN ?B?. Cmsr 4?OABTBBMA8TSB'8 OrriOE. Des*t or WAssiaoroB, W?SB1SotoE. September W, IM Sealed proposals will be received at ths? ofSce of Captain Charles H. ToMpkin?, A. Q^ ? , U. 8. A . corner ef Twenty-second and G street", In thia eity. until noon of MONDAY. October 10,1864. for the purchase from the Government of tbe Manure now on band at the stables and corrals of this de pot. Bids must he made at so much per cubie yard, and for sueh quantities aa the bidders may re quire. The manure will se awarded to the highest bid der?, who will be required to remove it within ?ixty (60) da?s after the date of award. Payment will be required in Government fund?, at the date the proposals ar* accepted, and the Ma nure measured ? the measurement to be understood asa delivery.) > __' The Government reserves the right to reject all bids, should thev be deeme??? toolow. D. H. RUOKER, ?P Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, 21 17t Depot of Washington. PROPOSALS FOR OAK LUMBBR. Chief Quartermaster's Office, Depot of Washington, I Washington, D. C, Sept. 17,1864 S Sealed Proposals will be received at this office nntil SATURDAY, Sept. 24,1864. at 11 o'clock m., for the delivery at thisdepot of 25/00 feet SEASONED OAK BOARDS, one inch thick, of best ?naHty.to be delivered imme diately. None will be received that does not pasa the usual Government inspection. The right to reject all bide that may be deemed too high is reserved by the Depot Quartermas ter. Proposals should be addressed to ths under signed, endorsed on the envel?os " Proposals for Oak Lumber.? D. H. RUCKER. Brig, Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, sepTT it Depot of Washington. MAYOR'S OFFICE, CITY HALL, September 16th, 1864. Proposals will be received at the Mayor's office until 12m.,Monday, the 26'h of September, inst. for tbe purpose of constructing a barrel Sewer in tbe alley of Bquare 490. and to connect with the sewer in C street.north The sever will be circular in shape, its inside diameter will be two feet, and the thickneas of the wall four inches, to belaid in cement and sharp sand in proper proportion, the brick to be the best, hard, hand mane brick, and to be well wet before being laid. The depth of the sewer will be eight feet below the surface of the ground. There will be three drope to be cover??,! with an iron grating. Bidders will state the price per lineal foot for th* sewer, which shall include all excavation, filling and repairing ef the alley, and removing of the surplus earth, per drop each, For further informa tion seethe commissioner of the Fotirth ward, or the city surveyor. RICHARD WALLACH. sep 16 3t (Intel, and Columb'n-5t| Mayor. M1DICAL PURVEYOR'S OFFICE, ~ """" Wabhibotoe, D. C, Juns 18, IBM. AU dealers in thia eity and Georgetown, who wish to sell to the Medical Purveying Department,*? requested to ?end te this office, on th? MONDAY of each week, a sealed li?t of the articles they may be prepared te furnish, at ahort notice, with the price of each attached to the same. O. 8UTHERLAND. Je 15-tf Burg. U. ?. ?.. Medical Purveyor. 8PRINQ DEBILITY! LANGUOR, LASSITUDE. AED TEAT LOW 8TATB OF THB SYSTEM eculiar to the 8PRING TIME OF YEAR, ar* immediately relieved by the PERUVIAN BYRUP, rotected Solution of PROTOXIDE OF IRON. THE PERUVIAN SYRUP ruppiiee the blood with its vital principle, or LIFE ELEMENT, IRON, Infusing Btrkngth Viooa and New Lirs into al parts of the system. One of the most Distinguished Juriat in New England writes t< ? a friend as follows : " I have tried the PERUVIAN 8YRUP, and th* result fully sustains your prediction. It has made a saw man of me; infused into my system new vigor and energy; I am no longer tremulous and debilitated as when you last saw me, but stronger, heartier, and with larger capacity for labor, men tal and physical, than at any time during the last five years.'' An eminentDivine of Boston Bava : " I have been using tbe PERUVIAN 8YRUP for aome time past ; it gives me nbw vigor, buoyasot Of ??????, 1L?8T10ITY Of EUSCLB." Pamphlets free. J. P. DINSM0RB, No. 491 Broadway. New York. COUGHS! COLDS! CONSUMPTION 1 WISTAETS BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY Ose or ths Oldbst and Most Rbliable Remb dibs is ths World roa Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Diffi culty of Breathing, Asthma, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup, and every Affection of THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry does not Dry up ? Cough and leave the seeds of Consumption in the system, but leosens it, and cleanses the Lunge of ail imparities. None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS," on the wrapper. BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE!! A REAL PAIN EXTRACTOR. FORTY YEARS' EX PER ?NO? Has fully established the superiority of this Salve over all other healing remedies. It reduces the most angry looking Swellings and Incarnations as if by Magic; heala Old Sorbs, Wounds, Buses, Scaldo, Ac, in a surprisingly short time. Only 25 cents a Box. The above are old and well established Remedies, For Sale by J. P. Dissmorb, 491 Broadway, New York, S.'W. Fowlk A Co., IS Tremont st.. Boston, my 28 SAW3m_and by all Druggists. QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE, First Division, ??^ASI,Isr,T0* C,TI> August31,1364. HORSES, HORSES. HORSES. Horses suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service will be purchased atA'iesboro'Depot.inopen mar ket, till October 1,1864. Horses will be delivered to Captain L. Lowry Moore, A.Q. M.. and be subjected to the usual Gevernmeat inspection before being accepted Price of Cavalry Horses, ?175 each. Price of Artillery Horsea, f 180 each. Payment will be made for six (6> and more. JAMES A. ERIN, _ Colonel First Division, sep3-lm_Quartermaster General's Office. 369 SEVENTH STREET. BEM BiCH ' BED LOUNGES high Awkihg. and awnieg. GILT FRAME MIRRORS. Just received per achooner Empire twenty differ ent styles BED LOUNGES, which we are offering at very low figures. Our stock of GILT FRAME MIRRORS will be found extensive, and in price will compare with that of any house in the Unitad States. Purchasers, remember we are selling our entire stock of FURNITURE AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS generally 15 per cent, less than any house in the city. If you are in want tf good articles at low prices don't forget us. Call and examine our stock. By so doing you incur no obligation to purchase. We still allow ten per cent, on all bills of 950 and upwards. H. BONTZ, Successor to Boatta A Griffith, sep 2-tf 369 Seventh Street. SKA KINGS AND NAVAL HEROES. London Alien's Liteof Dandonald,London Dixon's Life of Blake, London ?hipwrecks and Disasters at Sea, London Lives of British Admiral?, London GiUy's Shipwrecks of the British Navy, London Neptune's Heroes, London Cooper'a Naval Bios . -. ... London Memoirs or Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, 2 vola., London Memoirs of Admiral de Saumarez, 2 vole., London Life and Correspondence of Admiral Napier, t vols., London Nicholas' History of the Royal Navy, 2 vole., Lon don Brenton's Naval History, 2 vole., London_ sep 2_FRANCK TAYLOR. JOSEPH REYNOLDS ft 00. PLUMBERS, OAS, AND STEAM FITTERS, No. ?00 Nibth ?tbbst, near avenue, H?ve Just received, and will constantly keep on hand, the largest and best assortment in th? city of Chandelier?, BrackeU&rrop Lights, Portable?, eiaas Globes, mica and other Shad??, and all arti elea in thia line, from th* beat establishment* la New York, Philadelphia, Aa., which will b* ?old on the xnostreaaonabl* terms. Aleo, RANGEE, FURNACES, and Fire-Board EtOVM. We are prepared to furnish ths best RANGE ia Hotels, OloMt*. Waah-atanda, Baaua.&c, Ac,at No.B00 FS >1tT._ ,^ITI0AL HISTORY OF THB REBELLION: by Edward MoPksison, Clerk of th* House of Representatives. Man and hi? ReU?oaa: by 8. B. Brittan, M. D. Herbert?Uocor^CioJi?tl?li^t^ibeiteeOie. United Stata? Regiater. 1864. Th* Vital; by the author of ths "Heir of led? iu ?umbaut.??.amo unuii ?liu **\\m r?TTBBBB?BBBBSBBB*BBB!E*BaBBSBBBBS PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. House of Representatives, united States. . Clerk's fiffite. August 29. 18*4 Sealed Proposals will be receive* at this office until FRIDAY, the 30th day of September, 1*4, at 12 o'clock m.. for furnishing each of the following classes of Stationery for the use of the House of Representatives of the United ftates, vis : 10?reams white Quarto Post Paper, extra super tine, faint lined 10T reams white Commercial Note Paper, extra au perSne, faint lined 25 reama white Commercial Note Paper, extra * superfine, coarse ruled en all aides 31 reama white Commercial Note Paper, extra superfine, plain 50 reams white Foolscap Paper, extra superfine, faint lined 25 reams Legal Cap Paper, extra superfine, faint lined 10 reams Flat Cap Paper, plain 110 ream? thin Manilla Paper SOU reams Manilla Paper, 12x19 inchea, weighing 11 pounds per ream, Very tough and smooth SO reams Manilla Paper, 19x24 inches, weighing 22 pounds per ream, flat, very smooth and tough 200 reams Manilla Paper, 27x37 inches, weighing 42 pounds per ream, flat, very smooth and tough 75,0 0 white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, hJiXSH inches 80.000 white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, 5>ix3>? inchea JO.COn white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, 8.%'x33? inches 15,000 white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, 8J?*37?' inchea 5,000 fancy Note Envelopes 100,000 huff Adhesive Bnvelopee,7??x33? inches 1 gross Congress Tie Envelopes 150 boxes Bteel Pens, various kinds ia gross 4-inch Flat Inkstands 12 a osen Inkstands, various kinds 10 dozen botti???.? best Black Ink, quarts. pints and half pints 3 dozen best Blue Ink, quart? and pints 15 dos?n Rubber Pencils, long and short 3dozen Gold Mounted Pencils, various kind? 5 gross Black Lead Pencils. Paber's, octagon and round, ao.'? Y* gross Faber 's Carmine and Blue Pencils 8 gross Penholders, various kinds 6 dozen Rubber Penholders, different sizes 5 dozen bottles Mu??as?, small size in dozen packs Visiting Cards 75 spool s Pink Tape 25 lbs best Scarlet Sealing Wax 6 dozen Diaries, for 1863, various kinds 5 dozen Memorandums, various kinds 2 dozen Portfolios 12 dozen Paper Folders 3 dozen Rubber Rulers 2 dozen Paperweights. 12 dozen Penwipers 25 dozen Pocket Knives, two, thre??, four and six blades; stag, pearl, shell, and ivory handles 1 dozen 9-inch Shears 5 lbs Erasing Rubber 5 gross Rubber Bands and Rings ??" skins Parchment, 16x22 inchea 2 dozen Sponge Cupa 1 dozen Punches. In th??? supply of goods, contractors will be rig idly required to furnieh articles fully equal io sample. Proposals must be accompanied by the names o the sureties intended to be offered. As required by law, preference will be given to the productions of American industry, if equally cheap and of as good quality ; and all persons mak ing proposals to supply any class of articles will state whether the same are the manufacture of fie United States. The articles are to be delivered free of anv charge for carriage, at the office of the Clerk of the House of Representatives, on or before the 15th day of November. 1H64. Esch proposal to be endorsed "Proposale for Stationery for the House of Represen tati ves of the United States," and addressed to the undersigned. Suffi rient specimens of each class of articles pro posed for must accompany the proposal, marked with the name of the bidder. The person offering tf? furnieh any class of arti cles at the lowest price, quality considered, shall receive a contract for the same, on execrtinga bond with two or more sureties, satisfactory to the Cl??rk of the House of Representatives, for the performance of the same, under a forfeiture of twice the contract erice in case of failure, which bond must be filed m the office of the said Clerk within ten days alter the proposal? have been opened and the result declared. ,. ,?? ; - , EDWARD McPHERSON, Clerk of the House of Representatives tf the United States._an 3;)-law4t PROPOSALS F9R FORAGE. rjBiBp UoASTSBMASTia's Off ics, I _ -, _ Wabhisotob DaroT, Deo. 8, MM. f Healed Proposals are Invited by the undersigned for aupplying the U. S. Quartermaster's De partment, at Washington, D. 0., Baltimore. Md.. Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Va? or either of these places, with Hay, Cora, Oats and Straw. Bids will be received for the delivery of 8,0? bushel? of corn or oats and 50 tons of hay or straw, and upwards. Bidders must state at which of th? above-named points they propose to make deliveries, and th? rates at which they will make deliveries thereat, the <ioant?ty of each article proposed to bedeliv ered, the time when said deliveries anali be com menced, and when to be completed. . The price must be written out ia words on th? bids. Corn to be up in good stout sacks, of about two bushels each. Oafs in like sacks of about tare? Dushels each. The sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the Govenment. Th* hay ani straw to be securely baled. The particular kind or description ? oats, corn, hay or atraw proposed to be delivered meat be stated in tbe proposal?. All the article? offered under thebidi herein In vited will be subject to a rigid inspection by th? Government Inspector before being accepted. Contraeta will be awarded from time to ti me to the loweat responsible bidder, aa the interest of the Government may require and payment will be made when the whole amout contracted for shall have been ?slivered and accepted. Thebidaer win be required to accompany his proposals with a guaranty, signed by two respon sible persons that in case his bid is accepted he or they will, within ten days thereafter, execute ths contract for the aame, 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 cas* the said bidder should fail to enter int* the con tract, they to make good the difference between the offer of aatf bidder and the next lowest respon sible biddt., or the person to whom the contrast may be awarded. The responsibility of the gnarantora must be ahown by the official certificat* of a U. 8. District Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other officer under the United States Government or responsi ble person known to this office. All bidders will be duly notified of the accept ance or rejection of their proposals. The full name and P.O., address of each bidder must be legibly written in the proposal. Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H. Rucker, Ch'ef E??pot Quartermaster, Washington, D.O.. and rthonld be plainly marked "Proposals for Forage." ? -v Bonds, i ? a sum equal to th* amount of th* con tract, signed by the contractor and both. *f hi? ?uarantors, will be required of the succesa-gl old er or bidders upon signing the contract. Blar s forms of bids, guarantees, and bonds, may be obtained upon application at thia Office. FORM OF PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State)- ? (Data)? 1, th* subscriber, do hereby propose to furnish and deliver to 'be United States, at the Quarter master's G apartment at -, agreeably to th* terms of your advertisement Inviting proposal? for forage, dated Washington Depot, Deo. 8,1863, the following articles, vis : -bushel? of Corn, in sacks, at-per bushel *f 56 pounds -bushels 01 Osta, in sacks, at-per bushel of S2 pound a ? tone of Baled Hay, at - per to? of J.000 pounda -tone of Baled Straw, at-per ton of 3,000 Delivery to commence on or before th*? day of -. lb*?, and to be completed en or perore th? -day of-, 186?, and pledge myself to enter Into a written contract with the United State?, with good and approved securities, within th* apace often days after being notified that my bid has been accepted. Your obedient servant, Brigadier General D.H. Rook bb. General Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. 0? GUARANTY. We, th* undersigned, residents of , In ths County of-, and State of-, hereby. Jointly and severally, covenant with ths United Btetea, and guarantee in ease 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 th* same with good and sufficient sure ties, in a sum equal to the amount of the contrast, to furnieh the forage proposed in conformity to the term* of ad vestieement datad December 8,1861, under which th* bid was made, and, in case the said-shall fail to enter into a contract a? aforesaid, we gu?rante? to make good the differ ence between the offer by aaid-and the next loweat responsible bidder, or th* person to whom the contract may b* awarded. ?hSaStM oar hands and seals thia -?day of ?-1*- Ilei:, I hereby certify that, to ths best of my knowl edge and belief, the above-named guarantors ar* geod and sufficient ss sureties for the amount for which they offer to be security, - . To be certified by the United State* District At torney, Collector of Customs, or any other omosr under th* United States Government, or respon se? person known te this o?ce. decB-tf _Brigadier General and Q. M. CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. 1 Darost or WASEiBOfOB,} Washington, D. C.. January 4. IBM. I All dealers in Drugs, Hardware, L urn ber, Leather, Office Furniture, Harnee?, and Saddlery, ar? re quested to send to this office, on MONDAY ofeaeh week, a sealed proposal or list, im duplicau, of th* article? they are prepared to furnieh to this Depot at short natie?, with the pris* of each marked in plain figures, ao that, in ease the exigencies of the servio* require it, the artici? or article? esa b* obtained A?,,m?ak *?"* ?UDetHaURUTc?5fn,UT B^adisr G.n.rala-d^^O^ermaster. ORDONNANCE DE CAVALERIE,3 vola. Parisi VF Instruction pour la Voltige Militaire, Parie. 1* da Cavalier a Pied. Parie. J* Du Cavalier a Cheval. Paris. ? , --ole du Peloton a Pied-a-Cheval. Paria. Biblioth?que complete des sous. Officers et Brig adiers de Cavalerie. Paris. . _ .... , ? _. ,. Instruction Bur 1* Travail Individuel dans la Cavai?*?, le Fir du Fusil et du Platelet. Parie. fcAinelje'e Cavalry Manual. London. Nolan on Cavalry Horaea. . ,_, , So*?t*r'aHistor7*nd ^jgg^AiSEt ' OToes_ - ,th Netten? in th* regni 1 FOl. ITO.. W-^,..^ . ?., TAYLOR. LAND SALES. ? I. \ Y THE PRESIDENT OP THB UNITED STATES. FOB THE 8ALB OF VALU ABLE LANDS IN THB LATE WINNEBAGO INDIAN KKBBKYATION IN MINNESOTA. In pursuance oflaw, I, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, President of the United State? of America, do hereby declare and make known that public tales will be h*Id in the under-mentioned Land Office, in the State of Minnesota, at the period? herein after desir-ated, te wit: At th? Land Office at St Peter, commencing on MONDAY, the fifth day of Deoember next, for the disposal of the publie land? comprised in trie Ute rf eerve for the Winnebago Indians, above men tioned, and situated in tbe following parts of townships, which will be ?old at th? appraise! value of the lands and the improvements thereon, vis: North of the bast line and vest of the fifth principal meridian. In trwnehlp F?, range 24.15,384.W acres. In town?hip 107, range 24__?..?- . 5,405.44 In township I?, range ??__~- .?? M 2M.3t In township KIT. range 28,_XIM>~\ In township K.s, r_n_-e25 ??- 277.81 A schedule particularly describing the indivi 1? nal tract?, with th? appraised value per aere.wiu be open for Inspection at the District Land Offices in Minnesota. The offering of the above land? will be com menced on the day appointed, and will proceed, in the order designated in the above-mentioned schedule, and consecutively by tewnehips, a? here in advertised, until the whole ?hall have been offered, and the ?ale thus closed ; but the ?ale shall not be kept open longer than two weeks, aid no private entry or any of the lands will be ad mitted until after tbe expiration of tbe two weeks. Given under my hand, at the city of Washing ton, thi? 23d day of Angu?t. Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty four._ ABRAHAM LINCOLN. By the President: JOB. 8. WILSON, __ ,-_-._, Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO ACTUAL BON A-FIDE SETTLBRS PBB-BMPTORS. In the third section of the act of Congress, ap proved 21st of February, 1863. Statute?, volume it, page 658. opening to ?ale the Winnebago Reserva ti on, it is stipulated that before any person ?ball be entitled to enter any portion of tne ?ail lands, by pre eruption or otherwise, pr?viens to their exposure to sale to the highest bidder at public outcry, he shall become an actual bona- fide settler thereon, and shall conform to all the regulations now provided by law in caaes of pre emption, and shall pay, within the term of one year from tbe date of the settlement, the full appraised value of the lauds and the improvement? thereon. Now. in order that all ?neh bona-fide, actual settlement? may be secured to the several pre emptore, NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, that they must come forward and file their affida vits, designating the particular tract? on which they may he actually settled, giving the date of ?neh a? tuai settlement, and, before the expiration of one year from ?neh date, the several pre-emption claims must be established before the Register and Receiver, according to the requirement? of the pre-emption law?, and fu 1 payment made thereon, according to tbo full affixed, appraised value of the lands and improvements thereon. Ist. In all such cases where the year may not elapse before the commencement of the public sale, such bona fide actual settlement? may and are hereby ordered to be excluded from the publia _______ 2d. In all pre-emption cases in which the year may expire before tne commencement of the pub lic ?ale. the partie? must estabtish and pay up for their claim?, otherwise all tract? ia this class will be offered to the highest biider, under the forego ing proclamation, yet with the stipulation that at such public ?ale the price must not be for a lee? ?um than for the appraised vaine. JOS. 8 WILSON. an 30-lawl3w Acting Commisnioner. CLOTHING AND CLOTHING MATERIALS. Naw Dip_RT_r_-T, B?rsa? or Pbovisionb akd Olothisg, September l, latfi. Separate Proposals, sealed and endorsed "Pro polis for Navy Clothing, and Clothing Mate rials," will be received at this bureau until twe o'clock p. m , on the 12th day of October next, fm furnishing and delivering (on receiving thirty days'notice) at the United Btates Navy Yards al Cbarlestown, M?ss., and Brooklyn, ?. Y., in such number? and quantities and at ?ucn time? a? ma; be specitied by the clii f of this bureau or by th? commaniant.s of the said Navy Yards, respective ly, the number? and quantities of the different ar ticles, and at the place? ?pecified in the following list, viz: Charlestown. Brooklyn. Pea Jackets.3,000 7,ixjt> Round Jacket?.,-., 2 Otui 3,???? Ulne Cloth Trowsers, pairs.3.t??> 5,000 Bine Satinet Troweer?, " ._8,ouo 13JWQ CanviiH Dnek Trowser?. " _3<?? 6,0*0 Barnsley Sheeting Frocke_5,0u0 8 0. Blue Flannel OverBhirt?.6,000 1?,?>0 Blue Flannel Undershirt?_. UjnOO IS,'?*.? Blue Flannel Drawers, pairs_12,0<?? 18,-00 Blue Satinet, yard?.-BOAOu 100 ,?? Blue Flannel, " .SO.uO 100JJ00 BlneNankin, " ._,(?? 10,000 Calf skin Laced Shoe-, pairs_10.UK) 15,iu. Kip ?kin8hoe?.10,01 m lS/fflO Woollen Soska....lO.OOu 15,000 Blarket?.?.8,(Xe 12,0110 Mattresses (with one cover for each).?_..5J?I0 8.000 Black Silk Handkerchief?.??fi<> 8.00? Boo*?, pairs.4,0<O 6,0)0 Oilers mar be made for one or more article?, at the option of the bidder, and in case more than one article is contained in this offer, the chief of ths bureau will have the rieht to accept one or more of the article? contained in such offer and reject tbe remainder. The price must be uniform, and of fers must embi ace all of any one or more articles de liverable at all the stations For the description of articles in the above list, bidders are refTred to the ?am pies at the said navy yards, and to the advertisement of this bureau da ted July 8. 1863, and for informati.m a? to the lawt and regulation? in pamphlet form > regarding con tract?, to the officers of tbe ?everal commandante of navy yards and navy agent?. The department reserve? the right to reject any proposal not considered advantageous to the Gov ernment. Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on ap plication to the navy agent at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, and at this bureau. sep 2-law4w IMPORTANT TO BUTLERS BUTLERS WILL FIND H. A. DOWNING Js CO.'S VONCENTRATED OLAM TO BE A MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE TO THEIB TRADE. It selle very rapidly, and i? the most economica] article ef d!n for the officer's mese. It is prepared in one minute, snd makes a most delicione Soup or Chowder. It ia highly recommended by Ara Burgeon?. The profits are large. H. A. DOWNING & CO., Manufacturer? of Concentrated Food No. Ill East 18tb st.. New York. For Bale by BARBOUB A 8EMMB8, Bole Agents, 6? Louisiana Avenue, ?et-ly_Washington, D. Q PAPEHUANGIFIGB. A great variety of ENTIRELY NEW STYLES Adapted to PARLORS, blNING ROOMS, HALLS, urn CHAMBEES, Aleo, #.000 YARDS CANTON MATTINGS, 1,000 YABD8 FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Onr Matting? are unrivalled in this city, compri ing in part the famens Gowqus brand for parlo Oil Cloths from S to 12 feet wide, adapted to dial rooms, halls, Ac Alae? WINDOW SHADES, BBAB8 CORNICES, PARLOR MATS. Paper hung by Bkillful workmen, and all orde promptly attended to Give us a call and as from 10 to ?1 per cent. RIFFLB A FALCONER'S Ho. S4B 7th street, between I street and apC-ee_Masa, svenns, CLARIFIED CIDER?_ CLARIFIED CIDER 11 I have Just received per schooners "George 8, Adams" and " J. W.." from Boston a large suppl? of pure Massachusetts CLARIFIED CIDkR,which I offer for sale at the lowest market price, In quan tities to suit purchasers. Hotel keepers, sutlers, and all other? in want of e prime article of Cider are invited to call and ex amine this before purchssrne elsewhere. RI LEY A. 8HINN, Union Bottling Depot, 67 Green st., _Georgetown, D. 0. MARLBOROUGH'3 DISPATCHES, Edited by 1 General Murray. S vols.. London. Dispatches of Lord Nelson, 7 vole., London. Official Dispatches of the War of 1812. Memoir? and Correspondence of Sir Thos. Picton, _ vole..London. Col. Frazer_ Letter? during the Peninsular and Waterloo Campaigns, London. Sir Charlee Napier'? Life and Official Correspon dence, 2 vole. Life and Letters of Admiral de Saumarez, 3 vole., London. Diary and Dispatches of Gen. Sir Robert Wilson, S vols., London. _ _ , _.. Sir W. Sidney Smith's Life and Dispatche., 1 vole., London. ... _ __. __!__ Gollingwood's Public snd Private Letter? with a memoir, 2 vole., London. Wellington's Dlspatche?, London. Confederate OffldSiI Report? of Battles. General McOlellsn^Report. Barnard A Barry's Beport. __!___ an 18_FRANCK TAYLOR. RPHANS'COURT. SEPTEMBER 3D,lS4i4. D18Triot or Columbia, ??p?t? op Washiso tob. to vit: In the case of Charles T. Hawkins, Ad ministrator of John Hawkins, deceased, the Administrator aforesaid has. with the approbation of the Orphans ' Court of Washington Oonnty afove ?aid .appointed SATURDAY .the 24th day of Septem ber nex t.fo r the final settlement and distribution of the personal estate, of ?aid deceased, and ef the assets in hand, as far as the same have been col lected and turned into money; when andlwher? all the creditors and heire of said deceased are notified to attend, (at the Orphans' Court of Washington County aforesaid,) with their claims properly vouched, or they may otherwise by law be excluded from ail benefit in ?aid deceased'? estate: provided a copy of this order be published ?nee a weak fer three weeks in the Evening Star, pre vio ua to the said 34th day oTBeptembsr,ISM. _,_._,_-_-_ Teat: Z.C. BOBBINS, ?epz-lawSw*_Register of Wifts, MAP OF BICEMOND AND SUBBOUNDING sowtry.aoTriBBMbalforue?^ D"? """""lui.??.?. LOOK MOBFIT AB, OFFICE HO. ? SOUTH FREDERICS ST ? BETE TBE ONLY PHYSICIAN ADVERTISING Ma* discovered th* moat Certain. Bpeedy, and SSectual Remedy la th? world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDBN?B. . Relief in Sia Howtf No Tnfiwujt Persona Ruined by Ignorant Pretenders, or tf Deadly Pelson. Mercury, should apply Immediately. A CORE WARRANTED OR NO CHARQM IN FROM ONE. TO TWO DAYS. _ Weakness of th? Back. Involuntary Di-ehart*?, Ftrictures, Affections ?f the Kidneys and Bladder, Impotaney. General Debility. Nerveuan?*?. DyE? ?>epay, Languor. Low Bpi rita, Confaaion of Ida?*? 'alpiUtion of th? Heart, Timidity. Tr em bite*, Ihmoeas of Bight or Giddine??. Die?*?? of th* H?a4, Throat, Nose, or Bkln, Affections ef th? Liv*r, Langs, Stomach or Bowel??the?? Terrible Disor der?, ariaing from Solitary Habita of Youth?th? PftPKBT and solitary practice? more fatal to their victims tban the song ofByrensto the mariners of Blysana, blighting their most brilliant hope* OS anticipations, rendering marriage ho.. Impossi ble. ????T MEN especially, who have become th? victime of Solf taryviee.that ti read ful and destructive habit ?hies) annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousand? 0? Young Men of the most exalted talent and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced l?s tenlas Senat??? with th? thunders of ?1???*??? Of waked to extacy the living lyre, may call with fall confidence _ _ TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. These are some of the aad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth, via: Weakness of the Back and Limbs. Pain in the Head Dima??? of Bight. Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability. Bo ransement of the Digestive Functions, General Debility,Symptom? of1Consumption, A*. MaSTALiTT.?The fearful effect? on the mind aro much to be dresled?Lose of Memory. Confusi?? of Ideas, Depression of Spirits Evil foreboding?. Aversion te Society, Eelf-dl?truat, Love of Boll? tude. Timidity, Ac_ MARRIAGE Married Persons, or young men oontemplatino marriage, aware of Physical Weakness, Organto Debility, Wasting of the Organs, Deformine?, Ac., should apply immediately. He who places himself under the car* of Dr. I, may religiously confide in his honor as a gen tleman, and confidently rely upon hi? skill aa ? Physician. ORGANIC WSAENB88. IMPOTENCT IMPEDI MENTS TO MARRIAGE By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weak? ness of the Organs is speedily cured, and full viaOf restored. Thousands of the most nervous, debili? tated and Impotent, who had lost all hop?, have been immediataly relieved. All impediments to marriage. Physical or Mental Disqualifications. Loss of Procreative JPower, N*r^ vous I Exhaui cured. ? ? . - vfu n_l ? ? n autlUD? Sloan vi ??>?>? ?????? w-v ?wnv?) ?^ p?_ vous Irritability, Trembling?, and Weakness, em Exhaustion of the moat fearful kind, apeedlhy Drt. JOHNSON Member of the Royal College of Burgeons. Lea don. Graduate from one of the moat eminent Col leges in the United States, and the greater part of whose life ha? been spent in the hospitals of Lon don. Paris,Philadelphia and elsewhere,has effected] some of the most astonishing cures that were eve? known; many troubled with ringing in the bead aad ears when asleep,great nervousoess.be alarmed at sodden sounds, bashfulneg? with freqneat blushing, attended sometimes with derangement ef mind, were cured immediately. YOUNG MEN who hsve Injured themselves by a certain practico indulged in when alone?a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, th* effect? ot which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and. It not cured, renders marriage Impossible, ani de stroys both mind and body, should apply la?nedb ately. What a pity that a yenn* man, the hop? of hi? country and darling of nia parents, should bo snatched from all the prospects and enjoyment? *f life by the consequence of deviation from the path of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit. Ouch persons must, before contemplatine MARR1A GE reflect that a sound mind and body ar* th* moot necessary requisites to promote connubial happi ness indeed. Without these the journey througE life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect honrly darken? to the view: the mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled with the melan choly reflections that the happineas of another is blighted with our own. DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and imprudent votary Ot ?ileasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of this pain ul disease, it often happens that an ill-timedaenao of shame or dread of discovery il etere him from ap pi > in ? to those wbe, from education and respecta? bility can alone befriend him. He fall? late th* hands of ignorant and designing pretendere, who? incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary substance, keep him trifling month after month, or aa long aa the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair leave him with ruined health to sign over hia Ball ing disappointment; or, by the use of that deadlp poison. Mercery x hasten the constitutional symp t?me of this terrible disease, such as Affections of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, et?., pregressine with frightful rapidity until death ?uta an end to his dreadful sufferings by sending hfm to that un discovered country from Whose bourne no travel*, returns. OFFICE T 80UTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe name and number. aWNo letters received unless pest-paid and con taining a stamp to be used on the reply. Persona writing should state age, and send portion ot ad vertisement describing symptoms. The Dr.'* Diploma hangs in his Office. INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESE. The many thousand cured at thia ?stabil s a meet within the last twenty years, and the numerous important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reporteraof "The Bun'' and many ot*her papera, notices of which have ap peared airain ana again before the publia, beside? his standing as a gentleman of character andre sponsibility, is a sufficient gu?rante* to th* f* flictad. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CORED Ja29-ly___ (DECRET DISEASES I SECRET DISEASES ? A M A R ? ? A ? ' 8 GI F ? SAMARITAN'S GIFT/ THB MOST CERTAIN REMEDY BYEB USED "%a, A Poaltlv* Cure" for GONORH?A, QLEE1, STRICTURES, ?g Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercury, Only Ten Pill* to be Taken to Effect a Cur? They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nos any unpleasant taste, and will net in any way In jure the stomach or bowels of the moat delicate. Cures in from two to four days, and recent case* in "twenty-four hour?." Prepared by a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the mon eminent Doctora and Chemists of the present day. BO BXPOS?RB. BO TBOOBLB, SO CHA5QB WHATBVBB. Let those who have despaired of getting cured? or who have been gorged with Balsam Copa via, or Mercury, try the SAMARITANS GIFT. ?ent by mail in a plain envelope, rice?Male package?, $2. Female 13. BLOODI BLOOD 11 BLOOD11 SCROFULA, ?LOMR?, SORES, SPOTS TETTERS, 8CALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES, ?fa SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICE Is offered the publio as a positiva ear*. SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES, th* SA MARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICE. Is ta? most potent, certain and effectual remedy ever prescribed; it reaches and eradicates every partici* of the venereal poison, so that the cure is thorough and permanent. Take then of this purifying reme dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos terity that for whichyou may repent in after year? BO NOT DESPAIR I Although you may be pronounced Inauratile, th* SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES will remove every vestige of impurities from th* system, aa well a? all th? bad effecta of Mercury. FEMALES 1 FEMALES 11 In many affections with which numbers of Fe males suffer, t'e ROOT AND HERB JUICES IB moat happily .dapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, la Whites, in be??iug down. Falling *f the W*mb Debility, and for a*l co? plaints incident t} theses. Sent by expresa. Prio* Si a bottle, o .botti?* forSe. SAMARITAN'S CHANCRE WASH. Price 2? cent?. Full directions. DESMOND A CO., Box 161 Philadelphia Fort Office. Sold by B. CALYEBT FORD, corner ef Uth and Pa. avenue. _ HENRY eOOR, Alexandria._ mays-tf Y CONFIDENTIAL. ? _ ? OUNG MEN who have injured themeelve* by certain secret habits which unfit them for business, pleasure, or the duties of married life; ale* middle eged or old men .ho, from the follies of youth or other causea, fe?/ a debility in advance of theia1 years, before placing themselves under_the treat ment of any one, should first read "THE SECRET FRIEND.'' Married Ladies will learn aomethin? of importance by perusing "The Secret Friend." Bent to any address, in a sealed envelope on rO> csiptof Tw.rty^t. ?ftRfa A 00.. del41y "??"?**???* *w Beaten. Mass. ? rfiRIESEMAR? Protected by Royal Letters Fat? JL ent of Knglaad. and secured by the seals of th* Ecole de,Pharmacie de Paria, and th* Imperiai College of Medicine. Vienna. Trieamar No. 1 is the effectual remedy for Relax ation, Spermatorrhoea, and Exhaustion of the Sys tem. Triesmar No. 2 has entirely superseded th* nauseous us? of Copavia, Cubebe, Ac. Triesmar S ??. S is the infallible remedy for all Impuritiea aad eeendary Symptom*, thus obviating the us? of mercury and another deleteriousingrediente. Each preparation Is in the form of ?moat agree able Losange. Secured from effecta of climate and changes of atmosphere. in tin case?, at S3 each, or four $3 cases in on* for *9,aadin W cases, thus savins S9. Divided in separate do??* as ad minis tered by Val peau. Sallemande, ?teax. ??.,??. Wholeaaleand retaUby Dr. BARROW, No. 194 Bleecker ?treet, New ?ork. ?? _ To be had ateo of 8.0. FORD. No. ?^??,???? eorosr Uth etreet._mart-Em? lun?aniteiT?o?r o? **i? ??* instructiv? and i tere^Un* Lecture* on Max ria*?? and ita qualifica tion?. Nervoue Debility, Premature Decline, In ?B**tion7W**kn?**, DeproeMon,^or ignoran?? of Physiology and Nature's Law. Theee laveluabl* lecture? have been th? mean? of enlightenls?* ?*? saving thousanda.and will bo forwarded tro* ** te* receipt of four ?tamp?, by addressing Secretar* -^ Gr, THE ORtAT d?\?%?? or eONORRHCBA.efiRM may b* carried la th? vert p??*?*,?1ft??*,??,?! _ detection. Circular? free. ????1?1??. Bold** JOHN J. RBOMBR.eueeoaeertoB.UUpksm.AOe Ckeetnut et.,PhllaP?tehia. and in Waaklnjtoa by 8 0. FOBD..WS PoansylTsnla avenue ftaat by

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