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V?i. XXIV. WASHINGTON. D C., WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1864. N2. 3.549.
1NITED STATES M ARSHAL'S SAVE OP CON
FISCATED PROPERTY IN THE
OK VIRGINIA. .
Hv rirtne of fifty writs of venditioni
?~*ued fioni tip Clerk'* Office of the U.-.P J j
?'.eurt |cr the above District, and to m? directed.
w?l offer at public sale. for o*<b, to the highest
^ '<i.ler, fomnit-ncinf at l'i o clock a m., on TU ??
ftfcY the IStb day of Julv, 18>4 at the Court House
?i'??r. (East front Port Office Building,)?Alex*ndria.
. all tte riKM, title, inte-est and estate of Wie
partie? named h-.-low in and to the following de
wriM real and personal property, to wit:
IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY .
WILLIAM SLLECMAN'S?The "Swan Pow>t
farm; about If0 arr**, odp ini 0a*t of Occoqaan.
The "Louisiana Kentucky" farm; about 25' acres,
ton If a mile southwest of Oc<v><ju*n.
House and Lot in Occoquan. .
JOHN H. H A.MMILL'S?House and lot in Occo
JOIIn'w f 1FA<WvFX.VS-Free?tono Point farm
and fi^herr: fioc acres on the Potomac river, near
ABTHUR HERBERT'S?Farm; about ff? acres,
?diciu oe the Fairfax Seminary grounds.
SAMUEL 0#0PKR'8?Farm: about 20 acre#,
?bout cne mile west of Alexandria.
R O. MASON'S?Farm; about SO acre*, and tract
adK'inine of about ion arres. in all OHO aTrs, more
or less, about three and a half miles south of Alex
^FRENCH FORREST'S?"Clermont Plantation
about three railw west of Alexandria; larjte Imd.
GEORGE K. WITMER'S?Farm; 48 acres and?
poles, about 2 mileg west of Alexandria.
Ten acres. 2 roods. 25 pole", adjoining aoove, on
one of these tracts there is a large, haudseme new
W. S. KEMPER'S?"Clifton" farm; about 2,?
miles *f>nth of Alexandria; lanre farm. , ,
SAMUEL R. JOHN^TON-S-West Grove farm
al>out 35UH acres, ii lediately ??nth of Hunting
W. G. CA7ENOVK'8-Farr.i; abon* 177; acres,
together with the tract adjoining, formerly be
longing to Whiting & Lee, i miles west of Alex
^Farm; about H acres, about 2 mi 1m west of Alex
* WILMS* D- CORSE'S?Farm; about 117 acres,
atJJnt? wile* west of Alexandria.
GEORGE n. PADGET r'H?Four acres. 2 poles
of land immediately west of Alexandria.
Lot <>n Little River Tnrnpike, east of toll-gate;
66 feet front, 188 feet deep, more or less.
Seven acres of land on turnpike leading west
from Alexandria, _ ,
JOSEPH BRUIN'S?House and lot at West End,
Lot ai West End; 110 feet 6 inches in front, ana
In depth 228 feet 1 inch. .
RICHARD L. RWCIIFORD'S?House and lot of
V acres and 102 poles at Went End
Hou?e and lot at W^st End occupied by John Klein
as a4. Brewery, Ac." . .. -
Farm of 44 acres. more orlesg. six miles from Al
exandria on the Leesburg road
MURRY MASON'S?Chestnut nill farm, about
jr?2 acres, about three niles south of Alexandria.
IN ALEXANDRIA CITY. _
GEORGE K. WITMER'S and DENNIS R.
BLACKl-OCK 'S?Lots No. 5, 6,7,8 and 0. on east
uide of Fairfax street, between Jefferson and
Franklin streets; cach lot 2U fetit xroufit 123 feet 5
1DWi7lIAM N. MrVlIOH and WILLIAM H.
F0WLE"8?Three story brick house on Royal
Ftreet,ai feet north of king;J> feet front, 50 feet
" w^LLIAM it. FOWLE- S?Lot southwest corner
rf Prince and Payne Ktreets; 12S feet 5 inches on
Prince street. 1*3 feet 7 inches on Payne.
Lot cart side of Henry street. 139 feet north or
WoHe street; 19 feet front. !?*> feet deep. .
ARTHUR HERBERT *8-Lots N s. 2. to 10 in
?ItiMiyp.on *outh aide of Madison t-treet, between
Colmclm* and Alfred streets; the whole about 229
feet 6 inches in front, and 1?> feet deep. ^
MONTGOMERY D. CORSE'S- Lot on north side
of King street, between Royal and Pitt streets;28
feet front, 86 feet deep.
DAVID FUN8TEN '8-8 acres,S rods and 2n poles
en Washington road. ., .. _ .
JAMES C. N KVETT'S? Lot north aide of Dnke,
between Pitt and St. Asaph streets; about 23 feet
f'WuTfA?MfWHAL^Y'S- J.oton Queen street, 1M
feet trom the corner of Henry street; 40 feet W
inches in front, 1<*) feet deep.
Lot nouthwe^cr rner of Queen and Patriek sts.;
75 feet on Quee^VO feet on Patrick stre?W.
JOHN L. PASCOE and EDWARD SANGSTER'8
?Quarter squ&re, southeast corner of Prince and
Wert streets. _ . ,
JAMES H. McLEAS'S? Let southeast corner of
Cameron and Fayette streets; f,0 feet on Cameron
atreet, usi feet on Fayette street.
JAMES H REID S? Quarter square southwest
?orn^r of Wolf and Alfred streets, with buildinga
LotfP.'W. corner Wilkes and Alfred streets; 123
feet 5 inchee on Wilkes. 136 feet7 inches on Alfred,
more or leas with buildings thereon.
LAWRENCE B TAYLOR'S?House and lot; No.
16DANI >fLSpeil60E'S?Forty-eight shares of the
rtock of the Alexandria Water Company.
R II DULANEY'S?One hundred ana thirty-fire
shares of the stock of the Fire Insurance Company
"'w1 (J^c'aZENOYE'S?'Twenty shareB of Alexan
^ 7 ? *0 R iTaN DO ?C E A IRFAX'8?Eighty-seren
?hares of Alexand-iaCorporation stock.
RAYMOND FAIRFAX 3?Twenty-two "harei of
AALBER^ |0aSm X V^ven shares of Alexan
^Dr'if M. LEWIS'?Household furniture.
ROBERT E LEE'S?Household furniture.
W N k 3 H. McYEIGH'8?House and lot on
Cameron stitet; at present occupied by George w.
^The furniture will be sold at such places as may
h* convenient; paid place? will be annonnced at
the Court House door. All purchasers must pay
ten *r cent, of the amount of their bid as soon as
rtmrk off or the property will be resold at once.
JOHN UNDERWOOD. U. 3.Marshal
je 28 20d Eastern District of Virginia.
*>Y J. C. MoGUIRE St CO., Auotioneera.
THUBTEE'B BALE OF HOUSE AND LOT ON
MARYLAND aVKNI'l, BET WEiSN M'HAND
9TH BTI.3ETS EAST , ^ ^
By vi rtue <.r a deed of tru;t dated onthe Uth day
of October. A. D . to Charles S Wana^h*^
John C. t3. Hamilton, trustees of the granatin
Building Associat en of W^4 ^"oli?? U5'
andreoorded in Liber J. A. 8.,No. U4. loiwrw,
Rca c?n#? of the land records of Wtfhioyon
4sss?"jr. ir.r* -VrT'atffs&t.rf Sirw
stituUd as trustee in the place and stead
?f the said Cbarles B Walla-h. the sarriTing
trwste*? unCer sai4 deed of trust, 1 shall
proceed to aell. at public auction, to front of the
premiums. ?ix o'clock p. m t MONDAY,tlha
Jath day of July next. Lot No ?, in Over " ?ubdi
?vtsion ol Kqiare No. 915. in the C'.ty ol ashiugton,
D C , improve^ by a good two story Frame Dwel
ling House. The property fronts on Maryland
avenue, between 8ih and 9th streets east. ..
Terms: One half cash: the residue in six mon-hs,
the deferred payment to be secured by a deed of
trust cn the prtmises. I? the terms of sale are not
f^ly complied with within five days from day of
sale the trustee will resell at the risk aadcojt of the
defaulting puichaser, on oue week s notice in the
Evening Star. Conveyancing and atampi at th*
cost of purchasers. ^ c gp^uij,^ Trustee.
}e 17 2awftde J. C McGUlREA 0Q.,Auet<,
^VALE at ALEX ANURIA. Va.,ofCON DEMN E D
' VVABIERJIAHKM1 &T0RES.
Ckttf Quartermaster's ()#?. WanhinrttmBwi,J
yv Washmtton, July 11 IBM S
Will be sold at Pnblic Auction at Alexandria,
Ta? mi TUESDAY, July 19. IS*4. at 11 o clock a.
m a large lot of Saddle Ulankets. Hridles^Iorse
and Mule Collars. Harnes, SaJdles, Wa?on Whipa
Horse Covers, Wagon Covers, Lanterns. Shovels,
f1 table Fork*, Paulin?, 8calca. BlackRrniths and
Cari^nterft" Tools. Ate., Acc., &.C., cundeinnea as
pDfit for public a^rfice. . , .
Successful bidders will be required to remore
the articles within fire (5)days ?ror2 ^^te of 8a*e.
Terms eash, in Oorernment J,un|8TjCKERt
Brigadier General, Chief Quartermaster,
Jy 11 - vd Depot of Washington.
UCTION SALS OF CONDEMNED HORSES.
WAH DePABTMBKT, CAT4LRT BtTRgAU,
1TMKHT, CAVALRT BrilAU, J
Qfiit of Chief Quarter master, J
WaBHiMOTonJ). O., July 4.1884.1
Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, to the high
est bidder, at the times and places named below,
Lebanon, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, July 14th,
Reading, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. July 21st,
Harrioburg, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Jnly
Altoona, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Aognat
williamsport, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY,An
gnst 11th, W54.
TWO HUNDRED (200) CAYALRY HORSES at
each place. .
Theae horses have been condemned as unfit for
the Oavalry service of the Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargain*
?ay be bad.
Horses sold singly.
Terms: Ca*h in United States enrrency.
JAMES A. EKIN,
Lieut. Col, and Chief Quartermaster,
jy 6 td Oavalry Bureau.
OF CONDEMNED HORSES AND MULX8.
CkuJ QuaTttrma't^tntUt. Depot Wei?ktHtton,l
* , WasktHKU*^ D a, June 20,15-H. S
Will be sold at publie auction, at the Corral!,
naar the Observatory, in the city of Washington,
1? O . on WEBNE8DAY, Jaly 6, 18?, and on
eondemned as unfit for public service
Terms: Cash in Government funds.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. ?.
D m ftl ? A W O K ]Et%
Brig. G<n. and Chief Quart>erma?t?r,
Je 2R-22t Depot of Washington.
Happiness or miskrti-that is the
(j Ut STION.?1The proprietors of the PARl
SIAlv CABINET OF WONDERS, ANATOMY, and
MEDIC IN E." have determined?regardless of ex
rfose?to isnue,free,(for the benefit of snnenng
umanity.) four of their most instructive aiwl in
teresting Lectures on Marriage aud its enaliBca
tiona. Nervous Debility. Premature Decline, In
digestion. WeakntMS. Depression,*or ignorance of
Phyeiology and Nature's Law These invaluable
lectures have heeu the means of enlightening and
raving tkouaanda.and will be forwarded free on the
receipt of four atampa, by addressing Stcrttar*
Parisian Ogbmtt nf Auat?mw mmd Msaicime. 263
Br?adwav. New York ta lUf
WILLIAM BRADLEY BEGS TO INFORM HIS
friends and the public that he has en hand a
v ariety of large and beaatifnl style of Monements,
Head Stones and all klada of Marble worked te
erder. and is thankful for past favors and hope* to
?elicit a share of their patronage. Penn, avenue,
between >&h ltd IFth sfc nrh W eo3m*
QNLY FIFTEEN WEEKS IN AMERICA.
DR. BBCHTTNGER, formerly Surgeon ia
en arse in the Austrian and Italian army, oc
cupied himself with the treatment r?f all kinds of
diseases. Particular attention given to Female
?J#e^f?!?nd Besides the knowl
edge or three old languages, he converses ia En*.
^P1n?,TIU^Han. German, and Spanish lan
guages. His Imperial Commissions and bin Diplo
mas from the most celebrated nniversity of Europe
bang in his office, Pennsylvania avenue, ?08. Dr.
Hecntinger U very much encouraged to have during
Hri=vierL. ort tilDe tbe Peonage oftbe public of
irl>fi}?n*v05,nM'-amon* ""any others not pub
lished, the following certificates may be attested :
?fc'lTJi*8**! *? certifr that 1 have been troubled for
;!? i? J.e* ?e*TB with a chronic disease, resist
i^?J-F?ne1,Ica,' treatment, and which through the
..vr Bf< Bechtinger; I have been perfectly cured.
Washington dty. 1st June. 1?H. G. DONE/'
*?ur tr**tment of my involuntary discharge,
and your success in it, recommend you very high
ly~, . ? T. L. SMITH."
mm. ? German ncwsPaper, (Weker Columbia,)
my poor child became
dropsical, in which 'naie I call to you, dear sir, and
you saved bim. MASrnv *? r
B street, No *18." alASCON ft R,
.U a.H specifies, without any effect,
the chrenic lung disease of my eldest son,
until under your treatment bo improved
Maryland av., 12th st. MULLER, Painter."
v these and many other very difficult cures
nave been made by Dr. B. in the above specified
time. Regular officc hours from 0 toll a. m ,and
? to b p.m. For the poor and unfortunate posi
JESiL on.',y fro71 "? to *2- Medicines without
sno* ? 1 tnu9ylvania avenue, near 3d stTeet, No.
0P IMpoSTOBSM!-Dr. LEON, for
.MjnanT J ears a successful practitioner in New
lii ' wa. ,ew we*k"> an office No.
I P ?uD * avenue, between 4* andoth streets,
wb-re those afflicted (either male or female) with
diseases of Private nature may consult him. No
charge ma*je if be fa:l? to ?are. Persons at a dig
tance ran be treated by addressing by mail.
iy 2-)m* '
N?' *10 Thirteenth street
? vm?tJL y ? "nsures success in all
FEMALE COMPAINTS. Consultationsexclnsive
ly witli ladies. Hours 9 a m. to 5 p. m. je 291m*
H ~ DR. J. H THOMPSON
At? Removed from No. 274 north F to $12 H
street, one door west of 7th st.
Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m. Je23-lm*
JVO CLRK NO PAY |-Qo to Da, BROTHERS
?v ? & rLr . 1111(1 be cured. They have given
their particular attention to the treatment and
oure of all forms of "Disease," particularly that of
aiBriT4te.c^F\ct?r'-for twenty years. This is the
oldest established Botanic Medical Office in the
District, and have saved thousands from a dis
Saceful and horrible death. How important it is,
en, for thofce unfortunates who have brought
ffiscasfl upon themselves, to be cured before it is
SJid family eUtin*?XIK>8are ?' ^?"^?es
Office and residence 1T9 south B street., Island,
opposite Smithsonian. )e9-lm*
QUERY??Who has the largest assortment of
pattern for Stamping ? Who is the only prac
tical person that Stamps f Who has the largest
number of bands at Embroidery? Who has the
finest stock of Embroideries, Braids, Ac., and who
Is the only person in the District that does Hating
for ladies dresses?
?-PBIN01, 881 F STREET,
where ladies can select from 25,noo choice pattern*
oIAS&V.* ?J worV an4 w*"er? they can get ANY
PATTERN stamped. Having stamped for 8D,noo
ladies is proof that he knows his business. Ladies
who do not want their goods spoiled, but stamped
M. should be, go to the only person in the oitv
who does gnod worli. '
FLUTING I FLUTING! FLUTING!
????, ?^lv macki"A in .town ?"*> operation,
fluting done as good as in new York or elsewhere
my 9 tf iy3Sl F street, opposite Patent Office!
^KEAL DISCO VERY IN DENTISTRY.
Ttetk ExiracHd without P?t* wu/l th* Muhrm
examine the Doctor's new and im
proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If
r02 improvement in his teeth
f0? *aye them in no other style than this new
?n* No- Pa. avenue, between
litn and IStb streets.
poT" S. R. LEWIE. M. P., Dentist.
- LOOMIS, M ^)^^ Jinventor and Patentee
of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at-. ?5
tends personally at bis office in this/
city. Many persons can wear thesav
teeth who cannot wear others, and no
person can wear others who cannot wear these.
Persons calling at my office can be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire
but to those who are particular and wi?i? *he poreet.
cleanest, strongest, and moat perfect denture that
art can produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be
more fully warranted.
Booms in this city?No 838 Pennsylvania avenae
between 9th and 10th street*. Also, 90T Arch st,
Gray's Patent Molded
Are universally pronounced the neatest and best
fitting collars extant.
The upper edge presents a perfect carve, free
from the angles noticed in all other collars.
The cravat causes no puckers on the inside of the
turn-down collar; they are aa SMOOTH INSIDE
AS OUTSIDE, and therefore ?erfectly free and
easy to the neck.
The Garotte Collar has a smoeth and evenly fin
ished edge on bo'h sides.
These Collars are not simply flat pieces of paper
cut in thp ferm of a collar, but are MOLDED
AND8I1APED TO FIT THE NECK.
They are made in "Novelty," (or turn-down
style;) in every half size from 13 te 17 inehes, and
in "Eureka," (or Oarotte.)from 13 to 17inches;
and packed in " solid sixes" in neat blue cartons,
confining 100 eaeh; also in smaller ones of ten
each-the latter a very handy package for travelers
army and navy officers.
i^EYERY COLLAR is stamped
"GRAY'S PATENT MOLDED COLLAR."
Bold by all dealers in men's furnishing good*.
The trade supplied by
WALL, STEPHENS A CO.,
APH-Sm .322 Pa. avenue, Washington.
TOBACCO CIGARS, PIPESJtc.,
502 9th St.. above Pa. ave.,east side, Washington.
The attention of sutlers and purchasers general
ly is called to his stock, which will be found to
embraoe a great variety of every artiele in his
line of business. He would take this occasion to
return his thanks to the Washington public for the
pat ronage beretofore extended to him. Je 22 1m"
WASH, ~ ~
fering at lew nrices.
We respectfully invite builders and others to
and examine our 8t<Kt^of^owia
Offiee?west side of Seventh street,
Je IB 1m* at Canal Bridge.
j J-ELF SEALING FRUIT JAR.
We particularly invite the attention of those in
tending to put up fruit to examine LYMAN'S
SKLF SEALING FRUIT JAKS. Simple in con
struction. they are more easily sealed or opened
tiian am now m use. >
Samples of berries and fruit put up in these Jars
l#-t year can be seen at our store.
Full directions accompany each Jar, for putting
up all kind!: of fruit, berries. 4c..4c.
d.W. B0TBLER ft SON,
jy 8-fit 313 Penn. av., between 9th and loth.
r^OOD NEWS FOR THE TRAVELER.
A new line of U. S. Stages leave Pennsylvania
House, on C st.. between4^2 and 6th .
sts.. 'Washington, D. C.. daily fo
Bockville. Md , at7X o'clock.a.m.,?H3B3C3E2
and Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, by same
route tor Frederick, Md , connecting lines
with Poolsville anjl other points. Having new
and splendid Coaches, I feel satisfied that general
satisfaction will be the result.
Persons desiring to go from Georgetown will
Bnd the stage at the Montgomery House, on High
st ,ev?rT morning at 8 o'clock. jy 2-1 wf
TIBH WANG. THE GREAT CHINESE
t?&MED ? for GONORRH(BA, OLEEl%
,jBc. 0*? Box will rsaroan a Gobi.?
iBgredienta are purely vegetable. It ia
to the taste, has no bad odor, and
? ?L&v^ ln, ttu> vest pocket without fear of
Map ofjuchmohd AHi> surrounding
eoantry, showing rebel fortifications JW cents.
ROPOSAL8 FOR MAIL STEAMSHIP SERVICE
BlTWEtM THE UNITED STATES
Post Orrics Dipartmkst. f
Washington, Jane 17. 18-^4. s
In accordance vith the provisions of the act of
ConiNM, approved May 28,1864, which is in the
word* 'ollowing, to wit:
"A* act to authorize the establishment of ocean
mail ?teamship service between the United States
and Brazil." ?
" Be it enacted by th? Senate and Hnvse of Repte
tentative* if the United States of America in Conttts %
assembled. That the Postmaster General be. and he
in hereby authorized to units with the General
Port Office Department of the Empire of Brazil, or
such officer of the Government of Brazil as shall be
authorized to actfor that Government.in establish
ing direct mail communication between the two
countries by ni>?ane of a monthly line of first class
American sea going steamships, to be not 1cm than
two thousand tona burden each, and of sufficient
number to perform twelve round trios or veyages
per annum between a port of the United States,
north of the Potomac river, and Rfo de Janeiro, in
Brazil, touching at St. Thomas, in the West Indies,
at Bahia.pernamhuco,and such other Brazilian and
intermediate port or porta as shall be consilered
necessary and expedient: Provided, That the ex
pense of the service shall be divided between the
two Governments, and that the United States por
tion thereof shall not exceed the sum of one hun
dred and fifty tlron wind dollars For the performance
of twelve Tonnd trips per annum, to be paid out
of any money appropriated for the service of the
Post Office Department.
' Sec. 2. Andbe. xt.furthrr enacted. That the Post
master General be. and he is hereby, authorised
to invite propossls for said mail steamship service
by prvblie advertisement for the period of sixty
days in one or more newspapers published in the
cities of Washington, Baltimore. Philadelphia,
New York and Boston, respectively and to con- j
tract with the lowest responsible bidder for the j
sump for a term of ten years, to commence from the
day the lirst steamship of the proposed iine shall
depart from the United States witn the mails for
Brazil: Provided, That proposals for monthly
trips?tbat is to fay, for twelve round voyages per
nnnum out-and baek? are received and accepted
by him w itliin the limit as aforesaid from a party
or psrties of undoubted responsibility, possessing
ample ability to furniih the steannhips required
for the service, and offering good and sufficient
sureties for the faithful performance of such con
tract: And provided, further. That such proposals
shall be accepted by the Government of Brazil.and
that distinct and separate contractswith each Gov
ernment. containing similar provisions, shall be
executed by such accepted bidder or bidders; each
(Jovernment to be responsible only for its propor
tion of the subfiidy to De paid for the service.
"Sec. 3. And be it further enacted, That any cen.
tract which the Postmaster General may execute
under the authority of this act shall go into effect
on or before the first day of September, one thous
and eight nundred and sixt>-five; and shall, in
addition to the usual stipulations of ocean mail
steamship contracts, provide that the steamships
offered f? r the service shall be constructed of the
best material* and after the most approved mo
del, with all the modern improvements adapted
for sea going steamships of the first class; and
shall, before their approval and acceptance by the
PostmasterGeneral.be subject to inspection and
survey by an experienced naval constructor, to be
detailed for that purpose by the Secretary of the
Navy,whose report shall be mrfde to the Postmaster
General; that the two Governments shall be enti
tled to have transported, free of expense, on each
and every steamer, a mail agent to take charge of
and arrange the mail matter, to whom suitable ac
commodations for that purpose shall be assigned;
that in case of failure from any cause to perform
any of the regular monthly voyages stipulated for
in the contract, a pro rata deduction shal 1 be made
from the compensation on aecountof such omitted
voyage or vo>ages; that suitable fineK aiid penal
ties may be imposed for delays and irregularities
in the regular performance of the service accord
ing to contract; and that the Postmaster General
shall have the power to determine the contract at
any time, in case of its being underlet or assigned
to any other party.
"Sec. 4. And he it further enacted. That the mail
steamships employed in the service authorized by
this act shall be exempt from all port chargeB and
custom-bouse dues at the portpf departure and ar
rival in the United states. Provided, That a sim
ilar immunity from port charges and custom-house
dues is granted by the Government of Brazil.
" Approved May 2H, 1-H64 "
Will be received at the Post Office Department, in
ine city vr w<?uiuiwu, miui j ? ?? -*
SATURDAY, the first day of October, 1804, for con
veying the mails of the United States by a monthhr
line of first-class American sea going steamships 6f
not less than two thousand tons burden each, and
of sufficient number to perform twelve round ror
ages per annum between a port ottheT ntteii n?a*ee
north of the Potomac river and Bio de Janeiro, in
Brazil, touching at St Tbouias, in the West In
aies and at Bahia and Pernambuco, in B:anl, Tor
a contract term of ten years to commence on or
before the 1st aay of September, IjW, ?dto dat?
from the day the first steamship or such line shall
eave the United States with the mails for Brazil
Bidders must designate the United.States port of
departure and arrival, and may, at their option,
propose to embrace additional intermediate pnrte
at which the steamships shall touch on their out
ward or homeward passages, to deliver and receive
mails. ... . . ,
Each bid should name the time proposed to be
occupied inperformiDg the passages, each way, be
tween the United States port of departure and ar
rival and Rio de Janeiro, and should bo accompa
nied by a map or diagram of the rout*, showing
the intermediate ports at which the steamships are
to call to deliver and receive mails. Schedules of
the sailing days, stating the proposed days and
boors of departure from ea^h port, as well as the
proposed davs and hours of arrival, should also
accompany each bid, such schedules, however, to
be subject to the approval of the Post Departments
of the respective countries, and to alt-ration by
said Departments from time to time, as the inter
ests of the proposed international postal service
may require. _ , , , , . . v
The steamships offered for this service musti be
American steamers of the first cta<s. and before
acceptance will be subject to inspection ami sur
vey by an experienced naval constructor te be de
tailed for that purpose by the Secretary of the
^Proposals must conform in all respects to the
provisions and requirement* of the aforesaid act,
approved May 2Mb, 1*64, and must be properly
guarantied, with a satisfactory testimonial that
the guarantors are men of property, and abun
dantly able to make good their guarantee. The
bidder's name and residence, and the name of cach
memberof the firm, when a company offers, should
be distinctly stated iu the proposal.
The acceptance or non-acceptance of the bids will
be determined by the Postmaster General as aion
as practicable after the time limited for their
reception; but no proposal can be accepted by this
Department unless the bidder is also accepted by
the Government of Brazil, as provided for in the
aforesaid act And in case of such joint acceptance,
distinct and separate contracts are he executed
by the accepted bidder or bidders with eaeh?ov
ernment, containing similar provisions, each Gov
ernment to be respoiisille only for its proportion
Of the subsidy to be paid for the service.
Proposal * should be sent. under seal, to the Fl rst
Assistant Postmaster General ""Foreign Desk,
with the words ?' Mail Proposals *or>tsn Mails
written on the face of the address; an l they ihould
be dispatched in time to be received by or before
the first day of October next, which will be thei last
div for receiving proposals under this advertise
ment? M. BLAIR, Postmaster General.
Notk ?This Department is not advised that any
definite action has yet been taken by the Govern
ment of Bra*U in respect to tho establishment of
the proposed steamship service^ between the two
countries, but it is probable that by the 1st of Oc
tober next, the limit fixed for the reception of
proposals under this advertisement, certain infor
mation on that subject will have been received.
When received, it willbe made public.
je 18-wSw M H
Proposals for work on the w est wijig
F THE NAVAL OBSERVATORY.
Bureru tf Cavitation Navy Department,|
Washington JuneTl 1864.. \ .
Sealed Proposals for work on the west wing of
the United States Naval Observatory, endorwd
'Proposals for work on Observatory," and ad
dressed to the chief of this Burean, will here
eeived at the Bureau until noon of August 1,1164.
Drawings and specifications of the work to be d?ne
may be seen at the Observatory.
The work is to be completed by the 1st of so
vember, 1864. je S-Th*M4?
VBAI01B Moirx ] [MiMll.MOICIi
MOHL'N * SON,
Srccassou to j. T. Lmui,
L V M B * R DEALERS)
Anmi? Bttvittn 13tk mnd 13tk Struts,
Washington, D. 0.
The undersigned having purchased the Lumbal
Yard of Mr. J no. T. Lenman, are sow prepared to
famish Lumber of all kinds at the market ratei.
They desire to call attention to their large stock
vhich consists in part of the following kinds;
A bent 100,000 feet Walnut, all thiskaesMa.
re/no feet % Poplar, prime,
1004IW M Oak and Ash, varfoos sites,
1.008,000 feet BeantHng and Joist, all length*,
1,000 jOOO " White Pine Callings,
100,000 M 44 flooring.
Also. * large quantity ef all other kinds of Lumbei
^nhVtei MOHUN A SON
S \rvikPOOL PINE AND GROUND ALUM,
SAINT UBE8, , ^ ,
BOOK SALT, for horses and cattle,
for sale by j TH08 DXVIfl
Wholesale Dealer in 8art,
*e 8-lm* No. S3 Water street, Georgetown.
Bricks i bricks i bricks !?aoo,ooo well
??de, weU burnt BRICKS^wle. ^
Ameeessore to J. Hmviei k Bbo..
1 ea-lw* Corner South C?*itel and N streets.
MUSIC JOANTBBBUBY HALL,I ABB
HAL L fOANTBRBUBY HALL.f THBATBB
Ntmr Oomir Sixth Strut, Ram ?/ JVolumaJ mad
SlOMl Lil ..... Proprietor
W. 1. CUUTAUSH BUiiMuku,
WORLD'S MODEL AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION
WORLD'S MODEL AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION
WORfcD'S MODEL AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION
WORLD 8 MODEL AMTTSEMENT INSTITUTION
WORLD'S MODBL AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION
Radiant Galaxy of
HUMOR, GKAC*, BEAUTY,
HUMOR, ORACB, BEAUTY*
HUMOR, GRACE, BEAUTY
Second week of the
First appearance in tbia city of
The renowned Banjoist and Negro Delineator.
En easement of
MISS MOLLIS BOGART,
The charming Vocalist.
The acknowledged Monarch of Negro Comedians.
Second week of
The favorite Song and Dance Darkey.
Meafrs. WILLIAMS AND DOUGHERTY
In a new Melange of Negro Acts.
The favorite Comedian andComio Vocalist.
The talented Ligbt Comedian.
MISS NAOMI PORTER
In her great Challenge Jig, in which she stands
without a rival.
The celebrated Maitre de Ballet and Male Dancer.
Together with the Mammoth
canterbury COMBINATION OF
NEGRO DELINEATORS, Ac.,
in a Bill of Novelties specially Buited to the sea
Bon, forming a
LIGHT AND PLEASING performance!
TWO SPLENDID BALLETS,
arranged by Mr. Geo, Roberts,
CARNIVAL DE VENICE.
A New and Laughable Burlesque, written ex
pressly for the Canterbury, entitled
The Funny Negro 8ketch of
THE CHALLENGE DANCE,
THE challenge DANCJf)
in which JOHN MULLIGAN will appear in nis
favorite character of "Lanky Jake."
By particular request, the great sensation Drama
bushwhackers OF THB POTOMAC!
BUSHWHACKERS 0* THE POTOMAC !
BUSHWHACKERS OF THB POTOMAC!
BUSHWHACKBBS OF THB POTOMAC!
will be repeated for positively the
LADIES POPULAR MATINBX,
? t ' ?
A* TWO O'CLOCK.
Admission?Ladiea 3B oenta; Children M eeata,
LOOK OUT FOR NOVELTIES I
LOOK OUT FOR novelties !
Adulation ? *
Orabaatoa...... ? R
Private Bexea, holding aix pertona I m
Doors open at 7 o'clock; PirfcroaoN to
bmbo? at o'ofeak.
SANFOH1) OPERA TROUPE
In connection with DICK PARKER, farming a
SANFORDS CARNIVAT.. THE EXEMPTS.
8anford's Black Letter Version of
ROMEO ANI) JUlIET.
THE RIVAL LOVERS. After which, THE
PHUNNY FELLOW. To conclude with the
PLANTATION WALK AROUND.
C~<RANDOOXCERT Off VOCAL MUSIC,
T a*, the
Methodist Protestant Church,
(Navy Yard )
On THURSDAY EVENING, July 13th,
commencing at 8 o'clock.
Meters. J. B. Dawson, J. Tabler, S. V. Noyes, R.
Rr.ll. J Hodgson. 8. Cross acd others, will as.-i-'tin
Tickets 25 cents. jy 12-2t*
(y The CONCERT is unavoidably POSTPONED
until further notice. It*
PIC NICS, EXCURSIONS, &c.
F'IRSTAFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC NIC
YOUNG HIBERNIA CLUB,
LOEFFLER'S WASHINGTON CITY GARDEN,
New York sr.. bet 1st and 2d sts.,
ON WEDNESDAY. JULY 13TH, 1*64.
A splendid Brass and Btring B*nd has heen en
gaged for the occasion. No improper per
sons admitted to the grounds.
Tickets 5<> cents, admitting a gentleman^
Masaofhs. _ .
D. A. Clancy. J. H. Bush,
M. Crahan J..I .Myers. lyll-3t*
TEAMER PHENIX. Captain 8tackpola, will
leave foot of 7th street eTery SUN
DAY MORNING at lOo'clock duringj
the season, for the above Summer
The above steamer can be chartered to private
parties during the week, by applying to Captain
Stackpole.or 324 Pennsylvania avenue, npstaira
je 20- 1m
T THE GRAND FESTIVAL
IN Aid of the German Relief Association for
Sick and founded Soldiers, which was to
come off on Thursday June^30^13&4, was
on account of the weather, and will be held
on WEDNESDAY, July 13,1864, at Beyer'sSevac
The tickets now out will be good for that day.
B" [No. 700.1
Y TUB PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
In pursuance of law. I, ABRAHAM LINCOLN,
President of the United 8tates of America, dp here
by declare and make known that public sales will
be held at tfce undermentioned Land Offlces# in the
State of Minnesota, at the periods hereinafte
At the Land Office at MINNEAPOLIS, commen
cing on Monday, the fifth day of September next,
for the disposal of the public land:) within the fall
owing townships and parts of townships, viz:
North of the ban iitu and toest of thtfifih prineipa
The SE ?4- and the W of section 5; the N h of
section 19 of township 116; sections 19 and 21; the N
H of section 23; sections 27 , 29 , 31, and 33, of town
ship 117, of range 25. . _ w ,
Sections 1.3, 5. 7. 9,11,13,15, and 17; the NE *4 of
section 20, of township 116; sections 19.21.23,25,27,
29, 31. 33, and 35, of township 117; the S J# SE ??', and
the SE H of SW l4 of section 33, of township 118, of
I r&Tiff6 26
| Sections 1. 3, 5. 7, 9. 11, 13,15. and 17: the N ? i of
section 19, the N of section 21* au?l the N 5* of
section 23. of township 116; the S % of section 19, the
S }2 of section 21. the fi of section 23. and sections
25, 27, 29, 31,33, and 35. Of township 117: the 8 }<* SE
*4, the S Vi pW *4, of section 31, of township 118, of
Sections 1.3,5, 9,11. and 13; the N 14 of section 15,
of township 110; sections 1, 3.5,7,9,11, 13,15,17, 19,
93 or. .7 >mj oj ---? 'Ji -?? tnwnshin 117. of
Section 1, of township 116; sections 1, 3, 5,7. 9.11,
13.15, 17,19,21,23,25 , 2?, 29, 31,33, and 35, of town
ship 117, of range 29.
Sections 1.3, 5,7. 9.11.13, 15, 17, 19, 21,23,25,27,
29. and 36. of township 117. of range 30.
Sections 1.3,5,7,9, 11,13,15.17, 19. 21, 23, and 25,
of townhip 117. and sections 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35,
of township 118, of range 31. .
Sections 1.3. 5, 7, 9, II, 13, 15, and 17, of township
117; and sections25.27, 29,31,33, and 35, ?tf township
118, of range 32. . ...
Sections 1, 3. 5,7, 9,11,13,15. and 17; the N of
section 19; the N of section 21; the N }? of section
23, of township 117; sections25, 27 , 29 , 31. 33,and35,
of township IIS, of range 33.
Sections 1, a, 5, 7,9, 11,13.15.17, 19,21, and 23; the
N >4 ofsection27 nndsection29,oftownship!17;s?c
tions 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35, of township 118, o
Township 116; sections 1. 3, 6,7, 9,11.13. 15,17.19.
21,23,25 , 27, and 29, of section 31; the N % of section
31: the N )?> of section 33, and the N of section 35,
ol township 117, of range 35.
Township 116: sections 1, 3. 5, 7, 9,11,13,16.17,19,
21. 23, 25, 27. and 29. of township 117. of range 36.
Township 116 and 117; sections 19, 21, 23, 25 , 27, 29,
31. 33. and 35, of township 113, of range 37.
Townshm l)r. 117, and IIS; sections G, 8,18, 2-^, and
22; the S>2, .rE '4,and the SW *4. of section 2?; sec
tions 26,28,29,3', 31,32,33, and 34, of township 119,
of range 33.
At the Land Office at ST. CL0FD, commencing
on Monday, the fifteenth day of August next, for
the disposal of the public lands within the follow
ing parts of townships, viz :
North of the base line and west of tht fifth principal
Sections7 and 17; the N l/i of section 19. and the
N }2 of section 21, of township 121, of range 28.
Sections 1. 3, 5, 7, 9.11, 13,15, :ind 17; the N of
section 19. the N J? of section 21, and the N M of
section 23, of township 121; sections 31,33, and 35, of
township 122, of range 29.
Sections 1,3,5,7,9, 11, 13, 15. and 17; the N of
section 19, the N of section 21, and the N of
section 23, of township 121; sections 29,31,33. and
35. of township 122, of range 3'?.
Sections 1, 3. 5, 7, 9,11,13,15, and 17; and the N ?a
o section 23, of township 121; sections 19 and 21; the
S >2 of section 23; sections 25, 2i, 29,31, 33, and 35, of
township 122, of range 31.
Sections 1. 3, 5, 7, 9. 11. 13, 15, and 17, of town
ship 121; the S /S of section 13; the S ?i of section 15;
the 8 >4 of section 17; sections 19, 21,23, 25, 27,29,31,
33.and 35,oftownshipl22, of range 32.
Sections 1, 3. 5. 7. 9,11,13,15, and 17, of township
121; theS of section 13; theS of section 15; the
8 )i of section 17: sections 19.21,23,25,27 , 29,31.33.
and 35. of township 122. of range 33.
Sections 1,3.5.7,9,11, 13. 15. and 17, of township
121; sections 19. 21, 23, 25, 27 , 29, 31. 33, and 35, of
township 122, of range 34.
Sections 1, 3,5. 7, 9, 11. 13,15, and 17, of township
121; sections 25, 27, 31, 33. and 36, of township 122, of
Sections 1, 3 5.7, 9, 11,13, and 15; the N'i of sec
tion 17, qftownship 121; section 7; the W of sec
tion 15; sections 17, 19, 21,23, 25,27, 29, 31,33, and 35,
of township 122, of range 36. _
The E >*, the NW ?4\ and the N lA SW V, of sec
tion 1, oftownshipl21; sections 1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15,
17 , 21,23,25, 27. and 35, of township 122; sections7,
17,19, 21, 27, 29,31, 33, and 35, of township 123, of
1; sections3, .
of section 27. and section 35, of township 123; sec
tions 13,14,15,19, 29, 31, and 33, ot township 124, of
Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools,
military, and other purposes, together with selec
tions of swamp lands filed in your office by the
Surveyor General, will be excluded from the sale.
The offering of the above lands will be com
menced on the days appointed, and will proceed in
the order in vtfiich they are advertised, until the
whole shall hfh e been offered, and the sale thus
closed; but the sale shall not be kept open longer
than two weeks, and no private entry of any ofthe
lands will be admitted until after the expiration
of the two weeks.
Given under my hand, at the city of Washington,
this 18th day of April, anno Domini one thousand
,i?ht Hundred us(JotN
b, u>. rr,j.id.ntiDMrNDs
Commissioner of the General Land Office.
NOTICE TO ACTUAL SETTLERS.
All bona fide actual settlements under existing
laws, subsisting prior to and up to the dato of this
proclamation, will be recognized; aud all such se^
tiers are hereby called upon to come forward and
e>-tablish and enter their claims with the Register
and Receiver before the day lixed in the foregoing
for the commencement of the duMic sale..
J. 51. EDMLNIfcJ, Commissioner.
Not*.?Under the regulations of the Department,
an heretofore and now existing, no payment can be
made for advertising proclamations, except to such
publishers as are specifically authorized by the Com
missioner of the General Land Office, je 4-lawi2w
^ARLYLETS FREDERICK THE GREAT, toI. 4
Guide'Lock pf the New Jersey Central Railroad,
' Savage Africa, by Wlnwood Reade, 13.50
North American Re*i?w for July, $1.25
Blackwood's Magazine for June, 25c
Benis Duval, by Thackeray, 80c
Sabbath Readings, by R?v. Gardiner Spring, 2
T(&acana. by the author of "ReuUb,"$l 50
T?? Boot ?""???.""?..?'affjfmi,.
Aodbboh'8 birds ot Nona AHraicA,
is flvMTola., royal ectavo of taxt, and om
wagntfiMnt folio volume of ?l?tM, (site 27 bv 40
incnesJiB flat binding. For sal??one eopy o*ly
tap 23 YBANCK TATL9R
EXTRACTS FROM RtDfL PAPERS.
Oram crossing li the- north *ide or the .tames
is one of the current minors in KicitmauJ
They report b?m moving ov?r to Wilcox's
farm, on tbe north side of fh? J Wilcox's
ferry 1* about fen mile* bel>w Walhim. aid
thirty five miles from Ku fim -n 5. The Exam
iner of tlieMh inst. says; ??JtVr-.oas wiior-a^ed
here yesterday from New K.-at Court House
^port thai the Yankees war- landing at the
? bite House. Shrae said !h-re w t< an army
iorp? of the enemy. We cnnot spei.k with
any certainty with regard to#\ents oocurrjig
so far away, but we think it likely that tt?es>e
i l,art of tliP dl-OO'Hnlsed hands
Or*n* MMi n?*lfr in wtiiiamsbnr*.
. Ulonc*sfi?r Poin Their bo*l
ness at the W hi e House must b-* to : f >unoi re,
~ .JiT, noUnn* th*r? u, steal." That ia?t
remark is very nnfalr, wh,? th,n* how ^
Wtc^nPan Wa* rOW^d ,0 tur,1,?h
General S. Cooper, Adjutant and ln?pe -tor
of Richmond, receives the following dispatch
signed "Samuel Jones, Major Gener.il ^
?? On the morning of the 2d instant, the enemy
landed several regimrtifs on th ? south side of
James Island, supported by tw > monitors and
several gunboat* iN the Stooo a d after a sharp
skiTml?h raptured two pieces of artillery and
" At the same time, several gunboats and
transports with troops came up the North
Edisto. Early yesterday morninr, from e*vea
hundred to one thonsand men on barges at
tacked F oit Johnston, and were handsomely
and thoroughly rtpnlsed, wi;h the to*'* of
arms, accoutrements, and :ve barges. Many
were killed and wounded Our losses are
"The enemy on the south side of James
Island fell back hastily yesterday before our
men, leaving their dead and wounded. Ott*
picket line is re-established. The monitors and
gunboats are still in stone, tiring heavily on
our men. Another trai;spor.h.i? come m with
??The party from North Kdisfo landed at
White Point, nnd were won met and driven
ba.??-'?***? enemy has b->sn n?pul?ed
^ itli the lois of about 6ii hundred meu/*
The Examiner of the <>tn inst. contains a
dispatch from Atlanta, July 5: "The enemy
to-day occupied a line of entrenchments about
one mile beyond the Chattahoochee river, one
corps being on the right of the railroad. All
quiet at A lanta to-day.''
The Richmond Examiner of the 6tfi has a
leader in which significant reference is made
to the rebel movement ia tbN direction as af
fecting Grant's movements before Petersburg
"Circumstances to which we need no* now
refer will make Grant hasten his conclusion.
We mnjrjpe t movements cf some sort, on
his part, \ery soon. If he does not again jiank
off, we lock, as we have indicated, to see him
put his ?nnboats to work, and let them gef a
tbareot the peppering. If be is going to be
whipped, he will doubtless so contrive it as to
be whipped all over."
l)ErARTMKKT OF STAT*, 1
WASH1KGTOH, J Uly 11, l?H. J
- Information has been received at this Depart
ment from Mr D Thurston, the Vice Consul
General of the United Sta es at Montreal, of an
amendment to the Provincial act of Canada re
specting duties of customs and the collection
thereof, and to alter the duties on certain roods,
1. In addition to the ad valorem duties of cus
toms payable thereon, under any act now in
force, there shall be imposed, levied aad col
lected on gin, rum, cordials, soints of wine,
and alcohol, not being whiskey or brandy a
specific doty of castoms ol fifteen cents for
every gallon wine measnre thereof, of the
strength of proof by Sykes's hydrometer, and
so in proportion for any greater strength or aav
less quantity than a gallon.
2. In addition to the specific duty of customs
payable thereon, under any act now in force,
there shall te imposed, levied, and collected on
whisky a further specific duty of customs of
fifteen cents for every gMlon wine measure
thereof, of the strength ol jiroof by Sykes's
hydrometer, and so in proportion for any
greater strength or any less quantity than >
3. In addition to the ad valorem duty of cus
toms payable thereon, under any act now In.
force, there shall be imposed, levied, aad col
lected on brandy a specific duty of customs of
fifteen cents lor every gallon wine measnre
thereof, or the strength of proof of Sykes's
hydrometer, and so in proportion for any
greater strength or any less quantity than a
4. The duties imposed by the foregoing sec
tions shall be held to have come into loroe on
the 11th dnv nf Way in th* |tTuini yoam, lUl,
and shall be held to have been payable on all
such goods as aforesaid imported into this
province, or taken out of the warehouse for
consumption therein, upon or after the said
5. In addition to the ad valorem duty of cus
toms payable thereon, under any act now in
force, there shall be imposed, levied, and col.
lected on the several descriptions of manufac
tured tobacco hereinafter mentioned the speci
fic duties ol customs following; that is to say
On cavendish, plug, twist, and all descrip
tions of manufactured tobac o sweetened or
not sweetrted, except that hereinafter specially
mentioned, and otherwise charged with dutv
for every pound ten cents.
On common and smoking tobacco (tabac
fnni) made from imptessed tobacco, whether
lrom the leaf and stems together, or exclusive
ly from stems, and on shoots or other refuse,
sepatated lrom fine cut tobacco in the process
of manufacture, for every pouud five cents.
On snuff and snufl flour, mannfajturedfrom
cents00' ?round 'or e>'ery pound tea
On tobacco, fine cut, manufactured to be
sold or delivered loose, in bulk or 111 packages
papers, wrappers, or boxes, lor every pound
On Canadian twist, otherwise called tabac
llancn (orquette, being the impressed leaf rolisd
and twisted, for every ponLd two cents
On every pound of snuff, damp, moist or
pickled, eijrht cents.
On cigars per l,oco, according to the valuf;
thereof, as hereunder, viz:
Value not over SlO per l.oot) ?.>
"V alue over f20 not over 840 p?r l.ix'jo I
Value over 8?0 per 1,WK) |'t ?
And the said duties shall be held to have
come into force on the 1st day of June of the
present year, l&w, and shall be, and shall be
held to have been payable on all such goods as
aforesaid imported into this province, or taken
out of warehouse lor consumption therein
upon and after the said day.
(S. Every package or parcel of raw or manu
factured tobacco, or of cigars, or snuff imported
or brought into this province after the paesinr
ol this act, whether entered at the custom
house for warehouse or for consumption, shall
have attached thereto, by the proper officer of
customs, such stamp as may be directed bv
regulation established by the Minister of Fi
'/.The following articles, heretofore classed
as cordials, and chargeable as such with tfce
duties of customs imposed on cordials, that is
to say:?Ginger wine, orange wine, lemon
wine, gooseberry wine, strawberry wine, rasp
berry wine, elder wine, and currant wine,
shall, after the passing of this act, cease to be
rated and chargeable with duty as cordials,
and shall be rated and eh&rgesble wltk an ad
valorem duty of twenty per cent as odcbma.
rated srticles. ?
8. In addition to the duties of customs now
payable on the tallowing articles there shall
be imposed, levied, and collected thereon the
following specific duties of customs, that is to
On vinegar, four cents per gallon.
On refined petroleum, five cents oer gallon
On naptha, six cents per gallon.
9. The present ad valorem duties of customs
upon the following articles are hereby re
pealed, and the following specific daUes of
customs shall be imposed, levied, and collect
ed thereen, that is to say:?On benzole fifteen
cents per gallon; on crude petroleum four cents
.. . 8*o*i* Dissabbs.
zxtmarumm t Gift is the most eertala. saH and
effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem
edy ever discovered. Cures in tWotofbar
and reeentcases In twenty-four hoars Nojs Mrll
Samaritan's Raot and Herb A softftivo and
ehure of diet required. Price fl per bode. ?ei?
ii w?Z?rd' "orner 11th street %oi Pa. nmu,
Washington, and Henry Oook. Aleaandrls. faMr
SriBMAToaaatBA ojji ss Coaas.?Dx Bead'sRm.
eifle cures Spermatorrhaa, Seminal W?akma%,
will eonvlnes tke most skeotlesl of Ms merits.
Pries 91 a box. Sold by ?. 0. feed, oorasr i*t%
street aad Pa. aveane, WashlngUm. aad B?u*
Coek, Alexandria. Jaft-lr
THSOHMrsflMD sssrHsia Br* nTrxsWoBLB
?Never Fades or Ow.~Dyham's Hair Pre
SO oents s box. *he Jest ia ass. Try It. Boldbv
8. 0. Pord.oerner 11th street aad Peon, avsaoe
Wartiagtos; aiiraenry Cook, Alexandrta. *
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