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THE EVENING STAR
O F ? I C I A L? .
War Department, Adjutant General's Office, ?
Wa,hingUm,JV. C Sept. 19, 1-fH. \
The following offloere. Having been reported
St the headquarter? of the army for the offences
hereinafter specified, are hereby notified that
tattey will ?tend dismissed the service of
Use United States, unless, within fifteen days
from this date, they appear before the Military
?Uommiesiot*, in session in this city, of wbich
Brig. (reu. John <J. Caldwell, Uoited States
?olnnteers la president, and make satisfactory
?iefence to the charg?e against them :
Por absence without Uave and failing to report his
address to th's office', as required by the regula'
Hone of the War Department.
Second Lieutenant John H. Fenton, ??2d New
Abfnce without leave.
Lieutenant William W. Webb, 7th Rhode
(Jap'ain H. Bowen, Jr., 151st New York yol
Second Lieutenant Joseph Otto, 151st New
First Lieutenant Albert ? Clark, -21st Penn?
?y ' vunia cavalry. E. D Towbsbbd,
Assistant Adjutant General.
War Department, Adjutant General's Oflce, J? t
Washington. Sept. 1!', l?Sdl. f,
The following-named officers, charged with
offences, and heretofore published, are exempt
from being dismissed the service ol tbe United
State?, the Military Oovnml?-8ion instituted by
Special Orders No. 53, series of MS, from the
War Irepartment, having reported that satis
factory defence has been made in their respec
tive cases, viz :
Capraln John Johnson, 12th Pennsylvania
captam James H. Barker, 3d Delaware vol
First Lieutenant Daniel Crowley, 16lth New
Major J. H. Thorpe, *20th Pennsylvania cav
Captain John S. Hick?, loth New York cav
Lieutenant II. C. Lacey, 2d New York ar
E D. TOWNSBND.
Assistant Adjutant General.
War Department, Adjutant General's Office, 1
rFasAint/ion, Sept. 17, ls64. $
Capt. J. ? Noti, commissary of subsistence
of volunteers, heretofore published tor failing
to report at Annapolis, Md., as ordered, is ex
empt from dismissal from the service of the
United States, satisfactory explanation to th??
charge? against bim having been received at
this office. E I). TowTiSB-VD,
Assistant Adjutant General.
War Department, Adjutant General's Office, >
Washington, S'pt 111, HM. ,
Notification is hereby given First Lieutenant
Thomas Hickey, regimental quartermaster, ?3d
Illinois volunteer?*, that General Orders, No.
71, September !?, 1-???, from headquarters De
partment of West Virginia, dismissing him the
service of the United States for absence with
out leave, circulating false and injurious re
ports relative to the condi'ion and losses of the
army of this department, and tor disobedience
of orders, will he confirmed by the President,
unless within thirty days from this date, he ap
pear before the military commission in session
in this city, of which Brigadier Gen'l John C.
Cadwell, United States volunteers, is president,
and show by satisfactory proof that the dismis
?al was unjust.
E. D. Townsbnd,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Rklba?bd.?Squire Hiss, tried before the
military commission some days since, charged
with illegally placing negroes into the I'uited
States service as substitutes, was released
yesterday from prison, to report when called
npon. It is believed he has been acquitted.
John H. leg. Esq , was his counsel. Tbe two
Bailey's, brothers, who were arrested at the
same time as participators in the offen-?? al
leged against Justice Hiss, were released on
parole. Th??r?? will be no trial in their cases.
John Wills, Esq., was their counsel.?Hall?,.
Sun, ????. _
?y The Louisville Journal Bays the tobacco
crop in that -vicinity threatens to be almost a
total failure. Th? soarclty of labor and the
protracted drouth in the early part of the sum
mer, interfered materially with planting, and
now the fields tbat were planted are being
eaten up by worms Labor continues scarce,
and farmers cannot procure hands to worm
their planta. The crop will not be half of the
tW A man was arrested in Jersey City last
week on the affidavit of a woman charging him
with the murder of his wife. The wife in Trjy,
?. ? , manes an affidavit tbat she is not dead,
but refuses to return to the Jerseys.
UNITED STATES 7 3-10 LOAN
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WASHING?
TON ba? now on hand, ready for immediate dtliv
ery. a full supply of these new Ronds. Subscribers
art requested to present their certificates at once and
receive their Bonds.
These having money to invent should notlose
?Ig ht of tbe fact that by investing in this Loan
tb?y not only receive interest, at tbe high rat? of
7 3 1" per cent., but secure to themselves the very
important advantage of obtaining, at th? end of
three years. 6 PER CENT. 3-20 YEAB BONDS
AT PAR. which are now worth over 12 percent,
premium, and which after the war must necessa
rily advance to ? much higher rate. an 24-tf
The undersigned, having thi? day associated
themselves under the name and style of OEO.
T. 8MITH A CO., will continue the GROCERY,
WINE and LIQUOR business at tbe old stand,
(occupied for tbe last three years by George T.
Smith.) ?11 7th street, in the National Intelli
fenrer Bui'ding. We will be happy at all times
o aee our friend? and the public generally, feeling
ire?! that we can give them good Goods at un?
?rec?dent??! low price? for G-i??..
^ GEORGE T. 8MITH.
THOMAS W 8TB?ART.
JOHN T. FOSTER.
Washington, July 3. 1864.
I beg to return my sincere thanks to my friends
and the public g? nerally for the patronage so libe
rally beetowed upon me during my business career
here, and earnestly solicit ? continuance of the
same to the new firm, where they will always re
ceive the most polite and courteous attention,
whether they purchase or not.
Pleas?? remember the number. 511 ith street,
now under Gardner's PhotosTaph Gallery
' . GEORGE ? feMITII.
Washington, July 8. 1864. ?epl eolm
OC | MONEY! MONEY' MONEY! O?* s
THE OLD ESTABLISHED LOAN OEPICB.
No 351 Cet..bet.4"-i and 6th sts.
K- : ?.; . i-iir :? 1*?.V2
ISAAC HERZBERG A ?Off continue to make
advance on ali sum- on ? atches. Diamond /?Ma
Jewelry, Ladies' ai?d Gents wearing ipllwl
parel. and in fact npon all mer?ha'.dien u?u W W
?Ti y taken in a Pa?? ? ofBce. The high-at advances
maJ? and all ?? ;??????? ?trictly confidential. Hav
ing ' ondu<*ted br.?ine??a for so many years in this
eiiT we can. of cour?e. refer to any old resident of
Wasbirston. B? member
No 3 il north C st.. bet. 4? and 6th ete.
Immediately in rear of National H >t?l.
aep ihb?_I. HERZBKRG A SON.
?off PAWNBROBBB AND QQif
?OO LOAM OFFICE. ????}
8*5 MATTHEW"!*.. WALSH, 285
2*?5 C 8TBBBT, between 1'th and llth.
Second door from Harvey's Oyster Saloon,
In compliance with the wish of many friend?, I
am now prepared to mule? libnral Cash ad- /0\
vanees on Gold and Silver Watches, Di?*JL ??
?ronds. Jewelry, Silver ware. Hardware,??? f??
Clothing, and Merchandise of every description iu
a**7*Hsvin? hsd twelve years experience in busi
n???. io the City, ?nd favorably known to msny of
it? citizen?, I ?m con8dent tbat to all who may in
trust me with business,(which will be strictly
<"OD8d?i>tial ) 1 will irive satisfaction Office open
every day (Sunday excepted) from 8even o'clciek,
a. m. until Nine o'clock r. m._?ep l*-*m
C. W. BOTELEB. JNO. W. BOTBLBR
C. W. BOTELEB, A SON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
CHINA, GLASS AND CROGREBY W ABB, *
TABLB CUTLBBY, 8ILYER-PLATED WARB.
BRITANNIA WABB. BLOCK TIN GOODS,
TIN CHAMBER 8ET8. COAL OIL Lamps'
JAFANNBD WAITERS, DOOR MATT8,
fBATHBB DUSTERS. BBD8HE8,
WOOD WABB, ABO
HO?BBEBBPING ARTICLE8 GBNEBALLT.
B?T H0C8B8. HOTELS, ABD STEAMBOATS
FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE.
318 IRON BALL,
_17-soem_betw?n 9th ?and Uth ?ta
f 1MB! LIMBI UBIM nm now ?re??red ?TtQ
Li ?o?rot Creek baraed POTOMAC Llk?B. st?*
ftared from my sew Flam? Elin. withoet eo?**UB?
?Teeateetwitath??*?.!. ' w,uwm *?*?
_ ?. D. CA8TLBMAB. Etn? Lim? Blla.
IT?? Fa av. Sa?* Keek Ora?k Bridge.
? O MBTZgROTT,
cor. 11 tB i/.reet ?ad p?. arenue.
Headquarters Military District of Washington
Provost Marshal's Office,
Washington, D. C, Sept 1t% 1861.
General Orders, No. 4.
Information having been received at these
Headquarters, that many persons engaged in
the Clothing and Furnishing business in this
District, have frequently Bold citizens' clothes
to enlisted men, upon the mea exhibiting cer
tificates ol discharge from the United States
cervice ; and as such dJscnarges have, in most
cases, proved to be spurious and forged or be
longing to some other person than the one present
ing it. It is therefore
Ordered, That so much of General Order No. 3,
leaned from these Headquarters, that relates to
the aale of clothing to enlisted men, is ao
amended as to prohibit the sale of clothing to
any enlisted man upon discbarge papers that
he may present, until aaid papers have been
examined and a special permit obtained trem
Any violation or evasion of this Order, will
he promptly and aeverely punlahed, and the
offenders subjected to the full penalty attached
to the disobedience of this and other existing
orders relating thereto. By command ot
Col. M. N. Wise?ell, Military Gov'r.
T. 1 m. bah am, Colonel and Provoat Marshal.
War Department, Adjutant General?? Office, \
Washington, March 17, ???-l J
?All applications for leaves of absence or per
suasion to vfBlt Washington mast be addressed
to Major General Hallec k, Chief of Staff, and
muet specify the business for wbich the officer
desires *tho permission. Telegram? addressed
direct to the Secretary of War on this aub^sot
will receive bo attention.
By order of ths Secretary ef War:
E. D TowHSairD,
Ksslntant Adtatant QeaeraL
M1*S LILLIE BENNETT has th? honor to in
form h< pnb.ic that she is prepared to ?t-'
inr'T'ictionain ? usic. at her reside ?ce. No. ?529 H
st let.6th and 7th sts.. and respectfully solicit
8t.e respectfully offers the following references
Prof. J. H Daniel. H??n Rich'd Wallach. Mayor,
Franck T.ylor E'o., Dr. Alex. McDonald Davis.
John F. Coyle, Esq.
WASm*-(iTos, P. C, 1?<>4._a?p 17-eolm*
BORROMEO COLLEUR, Pikesville, Baltimore
county. Md.. opens its ninth session on the 2d
Monday of September For the terms nr other in
formation address Rev. E. Q. S. WALDRON,
/GEORGETOWN FEMALE SEMINARY, 151
a.1 West street. The duties of this institution
will be re?nme<i September 5. For circulars ad
dress the principal,
aep 2 Im"_?. ?. ????????.
^?, TIMOTHY'S HALL.
The under-ign??l will open his SCHOOL FOR
BOARDING AND DAY PUPILS, at the above
named place on TUESDAY, Sept. 1.1, i&it.
He has. by a very luterai outlay, secured the best
talent to assist bim in the education of young gen
tlemen, and haitprocured a site inferior to none in
the country fur salubrity of climate and beauty of
scenery. The Hall is an extensive series of build
ings, fitted up with every requisite for comfort,
convenience and health, surrounded by 90 aeres of
ground, affording ample ?cope for physical exer
cise The following gentlemen constitute the
E.PARSONS. Prin?ipal ani
Professor of Mathematics and Moral Sciences
GEO. S. GRAPE. A M..
Professor of Natural Science and Mathematics.
Rev. J.NEWMAN HANK, A.M.
Professor of Ar ??ient Languages ?fc Moral SHenee.
Rev. A. 80MMERFIELD HANK. A. M.,
Professor of Belles-LettreR and Ancient Language
Rev.H.B BRUNING.A ST.
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.
TERM? ?Boarding pupils $**? per year of 10
months; weekly boarding pupils $*>0 per year of 10
months;daily pnpils ?? in per year of lu montha.
including far? to and from the city.
For particulars see circulars, to be obtained at
principal book-tore?, or addre?s
E PARSONS, Oatonsville.
Circulars to be ha J at the Star Office.
TO PARENTS AND TEACHER8 OF GEORGE
TOWN -A full assortment of SCHOOL
BOOKS constantly on hand, at **?? High etreet.
BOARDING AND DAY SEMINARY FOR
Corner Prospec? and Frederick streets, George
town, D.C. Mrs. Gen. T. T. WHEELER, Prin
cipal. The ?lutie? of thia institution will be re
sumed on Monday. Sept. 12. an 29 2w
RS. MARIA C. McCORMICK, late of Alexan
dria. Vs.. having removed her school te Cam
bridge. Md., is prepared to receive fonr or five
girls, as boarding pupils, in her family. Their
intellectual, domestic and moral training will re
ceive her most assiduouscare. Her sucsess, while
for yeara engaged in Alexandria, in educating
girls, is well known to all old residents of that
Parents in this vicinity whe desire further in
formation concerning tbe advantages of ber school
are respectfully referred to Lewis McKenzie, Esq.,
of Alexandria, Va .or W. D. Wallaeh, Editor of
the Washington Star. Her terms for board, tu
ition, Ae .are moderate.
Cambridge, Md. where she haa recently located
her school, is one of the healthiest and most de
lightful villages in the Union, and haa about it no
attribute whatever except such as a prudent and
solicitous parent will approve in aelecting a local
ity in wbich to have a ?laughter thoroughly edu
cat'-d aad trained for future usefulness.
The fall term of her school commences on the
first Monday ol September. au26-dlm
r? EAMS1ER8 WANTED.
Chief Quartermaster's Office, Depot of Washington,!
Washington, D. C, Aug. IS. 1864. ?*
Wanted, at once, five kuadred f .mk.i- to one thou
sand il,?MO Teamsters, eaeh capable of driving with
aingle line and managing six mule teams.
To such wbo are competent to perform the dnty,
the pay per month will be thirty five (35) dollars,
with one ration per day, and hospital privileges,
including the beet medical atterdance when sick.
Men experienced as Wagon Masters will receive
such positions, upon bringingto this point twenty
five (25) good Teamsters.
Apply to Captain OHARLES H. TOMPKIN8,
A. Q. If. U. 8. ?., corner of Twenty-second aui G
atreets, Washington, D. C. _ ? _._,.,.__.?
D. H. RUCKER,
Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
an 18-glt_Depot of Washington.
We invite the attention of all
?ersons who are in want of FU_
OUSEKEBPING GOODS to call aud
examine our large and extensive assortment,
which we are prepared to offer
AT GREAT BARGAINS,
thereby making it an important item in tbe selec
alwavs to be found at the well known establish
ment of McGregor a Zimmerman,
No. ?530 Seventh street, between
au26-eolm Louisiana av. and Dst. east side.
PIAN08?We have Just received eight m?re o
8teir.wav A Son'.-Pianos all of theM=
different sizes and atylea, which we offer|f WTM9
for eale at factory prices. These Pianos ?re seme
what higher in price than others, but their su
periority is apparent to all, after aeareful exam
ination. We have also on hand a largeassortment
of other makers. Mason A Hamlin ? Cabinet Or -
cana. Prince's M?1^?0^^^!!^^-,
an 18_Cor, llth at. and Pa, avenue.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OFFICI ?14 PA. AVENUE,
Washington, D. 9,
GREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN. AND WI8T
MERCHANDISE, MONEY, JEWELRY. VALU
ABLES, NOTES. STOCKS, BONDS, Ae.,
Forwarded with 8AFBTY AND DISPATCH to all
accessible sections of the country. Thia Company
has agencies 1 ? th? Principal Railway Town? in th?
NORTH. EAST, WE8T\ AND NORTHWEST.
It? principal omo?? are
WASHINGTON, D.C.. NEW YORK, BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORA' GIN?
CHINATI. ST. LOUIS, LOC?8
Connections are made at New York aad Boston,
with lias? forwarding to ths CANADAS aad th?
BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship Ha?
to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE
and thence by European expresses to all prominent
commercial towns in Great Britain and tb? Conti
'collection of NOTES, DRAFTS, and BILLS mad?
0. C. DUNN, Agent,
HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that the aubacri
ber bath obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington counAy, in the District of Columbia,
lettera of administration on the personal estate or
Patrick Lamer, late of Washington, D.O., de
ceased. All person? having claims against the
?aid deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit th?
same, witb the vouchers thereof, to the subscri
b?-r on or before the Uth nay of February next :
they may otherwiee by law be excluded from all
benefit of aaid eatnte.
G<ven under my band this 6th day of February,
*mSSi_*__ _____ B ?U181LL,Adm'r.
T~~HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That th? ?ubacri
ber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington County, in the District of Columbia,
lettera testamentary oh the personal estate of
Jam?? Cameo. late of Waehingten County, D. 0.,
deceased. All person? having claims against tne
?aid deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with th? vouchers thereof, to tbe subscriber,
on or before the 23d day ef Angnst next: they may
otherwise ty law be excluded from all benefit ef
the ?aid ??tate.
Given under my hand thia 23d day of Aug.. 1884.
an M-lawsw- BUS AN ? AH C AREICO.
? J. HEIBERGR. SUOClSSOE TO H. F
fc? AND FOE SALE-Appi y at th? first hon?? from
??? th? Eastern Branch Bridge.' au Tim?
PROPOSALS FOB HAY.
Office Depot Commissary of Subsistence. 223 G<t.,l
Washington, Sept. 9,1S6I. ?,
8e?led Proposals, in duplicate, for one hundred
(100) tons of good merchaut^b'e HAY, will be re
eei?ed at this Office until THUR8D \Y, the ^2d dey
of September. 1864. Proposals must be endorsed
"Proposals for Hay," and none will be entertained
?id1?-ss tbey fully comply with all the requirements
of this advertisement.
Bioderemuet give their name? in full, and each
proposal must be accompanied by an oath of alle
giance, and a guaranty, signed hy not less than
two responsible per.-ou?., that if a contract is
awarded to the party or parties proposing, the con
tract will be accepted and entered into, and good
and sufficient security furnished for the execution
of the contract as proposed. The right to reject
any and all proposals that may be male under tr-is
advertisement is reser*. ed by the Government, if,
in it? opinion, the publie interest require.
It proposais are made by a 5rra. the names of all
the parties muet appear, or the individual who
??cued the bid will be held reaponsible for the ful
fillment of the contract, if his ? -? por-al is accepted,
and will be required to furnish the above specified
The nsual form of guaranty must accompany each
prepose), and parties to whom award? are made
must be prepariti totxeeute contracts at once,and
to give bonrls equal in amount to one-half t?e ?im
to be received on the contract, signed by the con
tractor and both of hi.-, guarantors,
?iati??factory eviJenee of tbe lo yn.lt y and solvency
of eaeh bidder and pe-sun offered as security will
lie required. The responsibility of the guarantors
must te shewn bv the official ?ign ?tare of :he clerk
?I tbe nearestdietrictcourt, or of the United States
If any bidder to whota an award may be made re
fuaes to enter into contract agreeahlv with the
terms of this advertisement, or who, after signing
the contractor bond, shall neglect or refuse to ex
ecute tbe name within the tin* e prescribed, as well
in quality a? in quantity, then the Co-nmisaary
sball bave the right to supply euch deficiency by
purchase in open market, charging such delinquent
bidder or centrac'or with the advance paid over
the bid or contract
Proposal? from dieleyal parties will not be con
sidered, nor will award? be maneto any person or
pereon? who have heretofore tailed to fulfil their
agreement? or contracts with tbe Government.
Bidders muet be present at the opening of their
bids to respond to their names.
The Boy to be delivered eitherin Washington or
Alexandria, in bales, properly secured, free of all
cost of transportation or handling.
All Hay contracted for under thisadve tieement
will be rigidly inspected, and euch as does not
prove of a good merchantable quality will be re
jected. The Hay will be psid for in such funds as
the Government may bave on hand to disburse
upon the completion of the contract, or as soon
thereafter as the proper officer shall be in funds.
Delivery of the Hay to commence within fifteen
,16) days from the date of the contract, and to be
completed by the 1st day of November, 1R?54
Proposals must be addressed to the undersigned.
?eplf-eoCt Lieut. Col. andO. 8.
PROPOSALS FOR OAK LOMBEB.
Chief Quartermastfr's Office, Depot of Washington,!
Washington, D. O. Sept. 17.1804. S
Sealed Proposal? will be received at thie office
until SATURDAY, Sept. 24,18?4, at 11 o'clock m.,
for the delivery at this depot of
2d,?? feet SEASONED OAK BOARDS, one inch
thick, of best quality, to be delivered imme
None will be received that does not pass the
usual Government inspection.
The right to reject all tide tha*. may he deemed
too high ie reserved by the Dspot Quartermas
Propoeal? should be addressed to th? under
signed, endorsed on the envelope " Proposals for
Oak Lumber." D. II. RUCKBR,
Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
sepl7-6t Depot of Washington.
MAYOR'S OFFICE, CITY HALL.
Proposals will he received at the Mayor's office
until 12m..Monday*, the 2i*>th of September, inst.
for the purpose of constructing a barrel Sewer in
the alley of Square 490, and to connect with the
?ewer in C etreet. north
The sewer will be cire-ilsr in shape, its in-iide
diameter will be two feet, and the thickness of the
wall four inches, to belaid in cement and sharp
sand in proper preportion, th?? brick to be the best,
hard, hand maae brick, and to be well wet before
beinir laid. The depth of the sewer will be eight
feet below the surface of the ?round. There will
be three drop? to be covered with an iron grat'ng
Hid.?. ts will state the uric?; per lineal foot for the
???wer, which shall include all ex? avation, filling
and repairing ef the alley, and removing of th.?
surplus earth, per drop each. For further informa
tion eee the commie?ioner of the Fourth ward,or
the city surveyor. RICHARD WALLACH.
sep ?? St [Intel and CoInnib*n-f)t| Mayor,
Washington, D. 0.. Jan? 13,1864.
All dealers in thi? city and Georgetown, who wish
tossii to the Medical Purveying Department, ar?
requested to send te this office, on th? MONDAY of
?ach week. ? sealed list of the articles they may be
prepared te furnish, at short notice, with th?
price of each ai?ached to the name.
J? 15-tf Burg. U. 8. ?.. Medical Purveyor.
SPRING DEBILITY I
LOW 8TATB OF THB 8YSTBM
eculiar to the SPRING TIME OF YEAB, ar?
immediately relieved by the
rotected Solution of PROTOXIDE OF IRON.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
supplies the blood with its vital principle, or
LIFE ELEMENT, IRON,
Infusing Btrkscth Vigor ?nd Nbw Lira into ?I
parts of the system.
One of the most Distinguished Jurist in New
Bngland writes to a friend as follows :
" I have tried the PERUVIAN SYRUP and the
result fully sustains your prediction. It has made
? bbw man of me; infused into my system new
vigor snd energy; I am no longer tremulous and
debil i tated 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
An eminent Divine of Boston says:
" I have been using the PERUVIAN SYRUP for
some time past ; it gives me B?w vioob, bcotabot
Of SPIRITS. BLASTICITT Of M U ri C LB."
Pamphlets free. J. P. DINSMORE,
No. 491 Broadway, New York.
COUGHS! COLDS! CONSUMPTION!!
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
Ol? or thb Oldbbt abd MOST Rkmablb Bbbb?
DIBS IB THB WORLD FOB
Coughs, Colds^Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Diffi
culty of Breathing, Asthma, Hoarseness,
Sort Throat, Croup, and every
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHBST.
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry does not Dry up
a Cough and leave the seeds of Consumption in the
system, but leosens it, aad cleanse? the Lungs of
None genuine unless signed "I, BUTTS," on the
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE!!
A REAL PAIN EXTRACTOR.
FOBTY YEARS' BXPBR ENOB
Haa fully established the superiority of this Salve
over all other healing remedies. It reduces the
most angry looking Swellings and Inflamations as
if by Magic; heals Old Sorks, Wounds, Bubbs,
Boaxds, A?., in ? surprisingly short time.
Only 23 cents a Box,
The ?bove are old and well established Remedies.
For Sale by
J. P. DiBstfOBB, 491 Broadway, New York,
B.'W. Fowlk A Co., 18 Tremont et., Boston,
my 28 ? A Warn_and by all Druggists.
SEA RINGS AND NAVAL HEROES. London
Allen's Life of Dundonald, London
Dixon's Life of Blake, London
Shipwrecks and Disasters at Sea, London
Live? of British Admirals, London
GUly ? Shipwreck? of the British Navy, London
Neptune's Heroes, London
Cooper's Naval Biography
Southey's Life of Nelson, London
Cooper's Naval History
Memoir of Admiral Brenton, London
Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, 2 vole.,
Memoir? of Admiral de Sanmare??., 2 vols.. Loadon
Life and Correspondence of Admiral Napier, 3
Nicholas' History of the Royal Navy, 2 vol?., Lon
Brenton's Naval History,2 vole., London
sep 2_ FRANOK TAYLOR.
JOSEPH REYNOLDS ft CO,
PLUMBERS, ? AS, AND STEAM FTTERS,
Bo. BOO Nibth Stbbbt, asar avena?,
. Have Jest received, and will constantly keep oa
**??? taF largest ?nd beet assortment in tBe city
pf Chandeliers, BracketB.Orop Lights, Portables,
G la?.? Globes, mica and other Shades, ?nd all arti
oles in this line, from the best establishments in
New York, Philadelphia, A.c., which will b? sold
on the most reasonable terms
Aleo, BANGE8, FURNACES, and Fire-Board
We are prepared to furniea the best RANGE la
BM anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Hotel?,
Best an rant?, Ac are invited to call.
We do ?U kinds of GAS and STEAM fitting?
f?v?j3?ts?.P?? ehei*ii ?** ??*0 ???rvthin? in Ue
LUMBING lin? in th? moet aatlefactory manner.
Call and see our Bathing Tebe, ?onata?ns Water
Sl0??t?lW?^-*rtt**?,1?,' ??*??1?"? fto.,Ao.,at No.aoo
Min$ ???"*? P^P'oa-rlTania a
?Btebllahment In th? eihr. "*"**?*?* to 9-ooXi
POLITICAL HISTORY OF THB BBRBLLION:
by Bdward MePherson, Clerk of the House of
Man aad big Relations; by S. B. Britten, ?. B.
La Hedde ? Secret Societies of France.
S erbe rt Spencer'r Classification of the Sciences,
nited States Register, 1904.
Tbe Trial; by the author of the "Heir of Bed?
Memoir of Mrs. Carolin.? P. Keith, Missionary
o Obla?. t'sp ?) ??????G TAYLObT
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY.
Hcust of Reprtstntatires. united States. I
Clerk's Qffiee. August 29,1??4. ?,
Sealed Proposals will be received at this office
until FRIDAY, tt?e 30th day of September, Hfi4. at
12 o 'clock m.. for furnishing each of the following
classes of btatiunery for the us? of the House of
Be pres?i. tat i ves of the United States, vis :
10 reams white Quarto Poet Paper, extra super
fine, faint lined
ICO reams whit* Commercial Note Paper, extra su
perfine, faint lined
25 reama white Commercial Note Paper, extra
auperfine, coarse rule! en all sidts
31 reama white C mmereial Note Paper, extra
3? reame white Foolscap Paper, extra euperfine,
S5 reams Legal Cap Paper, extra superfine, faint
10 reams Flat Cap Paper, plain
ffl reams thin Manilla Paper
80?) reams Manilla Paper. 12x19 inches, weighing
II pounds per ream, very tough and smooth
$ 0 reams Manilla Paper, 19x24 inches, weighing 22
pounds per ream, flat, very smooth and
3CO reams Manilla Paper, 27x37 Inches, weighing
42 pounds per ream, fiat, very smooth and
75,0G? white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, O7?t?r?
80.0CO white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, d'.????
20.G00 white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, ?'??^?
lS-OX) white Thick Adhesive Envelopes, 87?x37.'
6.000 fancT Note Envelopes
lUO.OOO buff Adhesive Envelopes,71.x3'i inches
1 gross Congress Tie Envelopes
350 boxes Steel Pen-. . ari ?us kinds
>? gross 4-inch Flat Inkstands
12 doten Inkstands, various kindt
M dozen bottlen best Black Ink, qu irti, pints and
3 dozen best Blue Ink. quart- and pints
15dozt-n Rubber Pencils, long and short
3 dozen Gold Mounted Pencils, various kinde
5 gro-s Black Lead Pencils. Faber's, octagon and
round. No. 1
'? gross r'aber's Carmine and Blue Pencils
8 gross Penholders, various kinde
6 dozen Rubber Penholders, diff?rent size?
6 dozen bottles Mucilage, ?nail size
l?? dozen packs Visiting Cards
75 spools Pink Tape
25 lbs beet Scarlet Sealing Wax
1". dozen Diaries, for 1865, various kinds
?dozen Memorandums, various kinds
12 dozen Paper Folders
3 dozen Rubber Rulers
2 dozen Paperweights.
12 dozen Penwipt-rs
25 doznn Pocket Knives, two, three, four and six
blades; stag, pearl, sh- il. and ivory handles
1 dozen 9 inch 8hears
6 lbs Erasing Rubber
5 gross Rubber Bande and Rings
31?' skins Parchment, 10x22 inches
2 dozen 8pong<? Cups
1 dozen Punches.
In the supply of goods, contractors will be rig
idly required to furnish articles fully equal to
Proposals must be accompanied by the names o
the sureties intended to be offered.
Aa required by law, preference will be given to
the productions of American industry, if equally
chfap and of as good qi-ality ; and all persons mak
ing proposals to supply any class of articles wi!l
state whether the same are the manufacture of the
The articles are to be delivered free of any
charge for carriagp.at the office of the Clerk of
the IIou?e of Representatives, on or before the 15th
day of November. 1S64.
Each proposal to be endorsed "Proposala for
Rationery for the House of Representatives of the
United States," and addressed to the undersigned.
Sufficient specimens of each class of artioles pro -
posed for must accompany the proposal, marked
with the name of the bidder.
The peraon offering to furnish any class of arti
c?es at tbe lowest price, quality considered, shall
receive a contract for the same, on executing a
bond with two or more sureties, satisfactory to the
Clerk of the House of Representatives, for the
performance of the same, under a forfeiture of
twice the contract price in case of failure, which
bond must be filed in the office of the said Clerk
within ten days after the proposale have been
opened and the result declared._
Clerk of the House of Representative* tf the
United States._au 3 '-lawIt
pBOPOBALB FOR FORAGE.
????? QOSBTBBBAS* BB'S ??????, 1
,_ WA8HIBOTO? Dbpot, Dec. 8, ISO. <
Sealed Proposals are invited by the undersigned
for enpplyingthe U. 8. Quartermaster *a De
partment, at Washington. D. 0., Baltimore, Md..
Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Va., or either of
these places, with Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw.
Bids will be received for the delivery of ?,G/??
bushels of corn or oat? and 60 tons of bay or straw.
Bidders mnst state at which of th? above-named
point? they propose to make deliveries, and th*
rates at which they will make deliveries thereat,
th? quantity ef each article proposed to be deliv
?red, the time when said deliveries shall be com
menced, and when to be completed.
The price must be written out in words on the
Corn to be np in good stout sacks, of about
two bushels each. Oafs in like sacks of about thres
Dushelseach. The aacka to be furnished without
extra charge to tbe Govenment. Ths hay and
?traw to be securely baled.
The particular kind or description ? oat?, corn,
hay or straw proposed to be delivered meet b?
stated in the proposals.
All the article? offered under the bids herein In
vited will be subject t? a rigid Inspection by th?
Government Inspector before being accepted.
Contracta will be awarded from time to time to
the lowest responsible bidder, aa the interest of
the Government may require and payment will be
made when the whole amout contracted for ahall
have been 'alivered and accepted.
The bidder will be required to aaeompany hia
propoaala with a guaranty, signed by two respon
sible persons that in case hi? bid is accepted he or
tbey will, within ten day? thereafter, execute tb?
contract for th? same, with good and sufficient
sureties in a sum equal to tbe amount of the con
tract, to deliver the forage proposed in conformity
with the terms of this advertisment: and in case
the said bidder should fail to enter tnt? the con
tract, they to make good the difference between
the offer of ?aid bidder and the next lowest respon
sible bidd?., or th? person to whom th? eontraet
may be awarded.
Tne responsibility of the guarantor? muat b?
shown by the official certificate of a U. 8. District
Attorney, Collector of Customs or an ? other officer
under tbe United Statea Government or responsi -
ble peraon known to thia office.
All bidders will be duly notified of the accept
ance or rejection of their proposala.
The full name and P.O., addreaa of each bidder
must be legibly written in th? proposai.
Proposals mnst be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H.
Rncker, Gb'ef Depot Quartermaster, Washington,
D. C.,and ?boula be plainly marked "Proposala
Bonds, in a sum eqnal to the amount of the con
tract, signed by the contractor and both, if hi?
guarantors, will be required oftbe success al bid
der or bidders upon signing the contract.
Blar.s forms of bids, guarantees, and bonds, may
be obtained npon application at this Office
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, County and State)-??
I, the subscriber, do hereby propose to furnish
and deliver to ?he United Statea, at the Quarter
master's G apartment at -, agreeably to th?
terms of your advertisement inviting proposal?
for forage, dated Washington Depot, Dec, 8,1853,
the following articles, via :
-bushels of Corn, in Back?, at-per ba.hel ef
-bushel? 01 Oat?, in sacks, at ? per bushel of
? tone of Baled Hay, at -per ton of 3,000
-tona of Baled Straw, at-per toa of 3,000
Deliveny to commence on or before the-day of
- 186?, nnd to be completed en or before the
-day of-, 186-, and pledge myself to enter
Into a written contract with the United State?,
with good and approved securities, within th?
?pace often days after being notified that m? bid
has been accepted. Your obedient servant.
Brigadier General D. H. Bdobbb.
General Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D. 0.
We, ths undersigned, residents of , la ths
County of-, and 8tate of-, hereby, Jointly
and severally, covenant with the United State?,
and guarantee in ease the foregoing bid of
be accepted, that he or tbey will, within ten days
after the acceptance of aaid bid, execute the con
tract for the eam? with good and sufficient sure
ties, in a sum equal to th? amount of the contract,
to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to
the terma of advertis?ment dated December 8,1863,
ander which the bid was made, and, in ?ase ths
said-shall fail to enter into a contract as
aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ
ence between the offer by ?aid-and the next
lowest responsible bidder, or ths person to whoa
the contract map be awarded. -*
Given nnder oar hands and seals thia ? da* of
I hereby osrtify that, to the best ef a.y knowl
edge and belief, the above-named guarantor? ars
geod and sufficient as sureties for the amount for
which they offer to be ?wsritT..___. __-.
To be certified by the United State? District At
torney, Collector of Customs, or any other officer
nnder ths United States Government, or rsspon
Bible peraon know? to this ojcsj ^Q
decp-tf_Brigadier General aad Q. M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. 1
Washington. D. C, January 4,UM.
All dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lamber, Leather,
Office Furniture, Harass?, and Saddlery, an re
quested to aend to this office, on MONDAY ?fessa
week, a sealed proposal or list, ?a duplicate, ot the
article? they are prepared to furnish to thia Depot at
ahort notice, with the price of each marked in plain
flgur??, ao that, in case ths ?xigencie? of the serriea
require it, the artici? or articles can bs obtained
without delay, and at ths lowest price.
Dealer? wishing to sell to this Depot will be re
quired to furniah thalist punetuaUy ?very Menda?
merning. D. H. RUCKER,
_ Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster.
is6-tf_Depot of Waa-iBBtoa.
RDONNANCB DE CAVALERIE.3 vois. Paris';
Instruction pour la Voltige Militaire, Pari?.
Ecole du Cavalier a Pied. Paria.
Ecole Da Cavalier a Cheval. Paria.
Keols dn Peloton a Pied-a-Cbeval. Parie.
Biblioth?que complete des sous. Officers et Brig
adiers de Cavalerie. Paria.
Instruction Sur le Travail Individuel dan? la
Cavalerie, le Fi r du Fusil et du Pistolet. Parie.
Alnalee'a Cavalry Manual. London.
Nolan on Cavalry Horaea. ___ .
V/ swtaiaing O?
BY THB PRESIDENT OP THB UNITBD
FOB THE SALB OF TALU ABLE LANDS IN THE
LATE WINNEBAGO INDIAN BE8BRYATION*
Inpuriu?nceofl?w, I.ABRAHAM LITfCOLN.
President of the United State? of America, do
hereby declare and make known that public- sales
will be held in the under-mentioned Laud Office,
in the State of Minnesota, at the periods herein
after designated, to wit:
At the Land Ofnce at St Peter, commencing on
MONDAY, the fifth day of December next, for the
disposal of tbe public lands comprised in tne late
reserve fortbe Winnebago Indians, above men
tioned, ?nd situated in tbe following parts cf
townships, which will be sold at the appraised
value of the lands and the improvements thereon,
North cf the base line and west of tke hfth principal
In township 106, range 24.15,3<S4.9o acres.
In township 117.range 24-?.. 5.4?3.44
In township M, range 25?-?.UBMJJ
In township 107, range 2?.?.**!?.?!
In township H>8, range 26?? ?- 277.81
A schedule particularly ?Jescribing the individ
ual tracts, with the appraised value p??r acre, will
be open for Inspection at the District Land Offices
The offering of the above lands will be com
menced on the day appointe!, and will proceed. In
the order designated in the above-mentioned
schedule, and conaecutivelv by township?, a? here
in advertised, until the whole shall have been
offered, and tbe sale thus closed ; but the sa'e
?ball not be kept open longer tht-.n two weeks and
no private entry of any of the lands will be ad
mitted until after the expiration of th?? two weeks.
Given under my band, at the city of Washing
ton, this 23d day of Augti?t. Anno Domini one
thousand eight hundred and sixty fonr.
By the President :
JOS. 8. WILSON,
Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office.
NOTICE TO ACTUAL BONA FIDE SBTTLERS
In the third section of tbe act of Congres?, ap
proved 21st of February, 18G3. Statutes, volume 12,
page 65B, opening to sale the Winnebago Reserva
tion. it is stipulated tbat before any person shall
be entitled to enter any portion of the said lands,
by pre emption or otherwise, previous to their
exposure to sale to the highest bidder at public
outcry, he eball become an actual bona-fide
?ettler thereon, and shall conform to all the
regulations now provided by law in case? of pre
emption, aiid shall pay, within the term of one
year from tbe date of the aettlement. the full
appraised value of the landa and the improvements
Now. in order that all such bona-fide, actual
settlements may be secured to the several pre
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN.
tbat tbey must come forward and file their affida
vits, designating the particular, tracts on which
they may he actually settled, giving the date of
such actual settlement, and, before the expiration
of one year from euch date, the several pre-emption
claim? must be established before the Register and
Receiver, according to the requirements of the
pre-emption laws, and full payment made thereon,
according to the full affixed, appraised value of
the lande and improvement? thereon.
1st. In all ench cases where tbe year may not
elapse before the commencement of the public
?ale. Ruch bona fide actual settlements may and
are hereby ordered to be excluded from the public
2d. In all pre-emption cases in which the year
may expire before the commencement of tbe pub
lic sale, tbe parties must estabtish and pay up for
their claims, otherwise all tracts i? thie cl??s will
be offered to the highest bi ider, under the forego
ing proclamation, yet with the stipulation that at
euch puhiic ?-al? the price must not be for a less
sum than for the appraised value.
JOS. B, WILSON.
au 30-lawl3w Acting commissioner.
/CLOTHING AND CLOTHING MATERIALS.
Bcrbac or Pbovisioss ani? Olotbibq,
Separate Proposals, sealed and endorsed "Pro
posits for Navy Clothing, and Clothing Mate
riale," will be received at this bureau until two
o'clock p. m , on the 12th day of October next, for
fnrniHbiDg and delivering (on receiving thirty
day?'notice) at the United States Navy Yards at
C??arlestowD, Mass . and Brooklyn, N. T., in euch
numbers and quantities and at such times as may
be specified by the chief of this bureau or by the
comman 'ants of the aaid Navy Yards, respective
ly, the numbers and quantities of the different ar
ticles, and at the places specified in the following
? Ch.irle?town. Brooklyn.
Pea Jackets.Sjpfl 7,<Kjt?
Round Jackets.?. 2 OUO 3,'iuo
BlueCloth Trowsere, pairs_3.U??i 5,000
Blue Satinet Trowsere, '? _8,???0 12.G??
Canvas Duck Trowsere, " _3i?0? 6,0'*0
Harnsley 8heeting Frocks_?.?,?) 8 0?U
Blue Manuel Overshirts.?,??.? ??,??
Blue Flannel UDdershirts.12,m?> IS,???
Blue Flannel Drawers, paire... 12.0>? 18,000
Blue Satinet, yards..__. .&??,??)0 ???,??
Blue Flannel, *? .SO.OK* 10o,o<i0
Blue Nackin, " .5,000 1'???
Calf sk in Laced Shoes, pairs_??,(??) IS.ikk)
Eip-skin Shoos.10,o<o 15,i?ij
*A oollen 8oskB._10,00? 15,000
Blarkets.g(f? 0 12,0?'
Mattreeees (with one coves* for
each).? ?.5?100 8.0X3
Black Silk Handkerchiefs'..<*>?) 8.000
Boo*?, pair?. 4,OW 6J>?0
Offer? inav be made for one or more artici???, at
the option of the bidder, and in case more than one
article is contained in this offer, the chief of the
bureau will have the right to accept one or more
of tbe articles contained in such offer and reiect
tbe remainder. The price must be uniform, and of
fers must tmhr ace all of any ene o r more articles de
liverable at all the stations
For the description of articles in the above list,
bidders are referred to the samples at the said navy
yards, and to the advertisement of thie bureau da
ted July 8.18(53, and for information ae to the laws
and regulations in pamphlet form ) regarding con
tracts, to the officer? of the several commandants
of navy yards and navy agents.
The department reserves the right to reiect any
proposal not considered advantageoue to the Gov
Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on ap
plication to tbe navy agent at Boston, New York,
or Philadelphia, and at thie bureau. sep2-law4w
IMPORTANT TO 8UTLBB8
BUTLERS WILL FIND
H. A. DOWNING <fc CO.'S
TO BB A MOST YALUABLB ARTICLE TO
It sells very rapidly, and Is the most economical
article ef d'n for the officer's mess. It is prepared
in one minute, and make? ? most delicious Sonp or
Chowder, It la highly recommended bj Arm
Burgeons. The profits are large,
H. A. DOWNING A CO.,
Manufacturera of Concentrated Food
No. Ill Bast 18th et.. New York.
For ?ale bv BARBOUB A 8BMME8, Bole Agents,
64? Louisiana Avenue,
?e?-ly_Washington, D. ?
A great variety of
ENTIRELY NBW STYLES
B.WO YARDS CANTON MATTINGS,
1,000 YABD8 FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Our Mattings are unrivalled in this city, compii
In? In part the famous Gowqua brand for parlo
Oil Cloths from S to 12 feet wide, adapted to dial
rooms, halls, Ae. Ale??
Paper ban? by skillful workmen, and all orde
promptly attended to. Give aa a call and a?
from 10 to 90 pot eent.
RIFFLE * FALCONER'S
Bo. 348 7th atreet, between I atreet and
a? ?Tue_ Maas, avenu?,
CLARIFIED CIDER I "~ "JZ
I have lust received per schooners "George 8.
.dams" and "J. W.." from Boston a Urge eupply
of pure Massachusetts CLARIFIED CIDER.w hick
I offer for sale at the loweet market price, in quan
tities to suit purchaser?
Hotel keepers, eutlers, and all others in want of a
prime article of Cider ara invited to call and ex
amine this before purchasing elsewhere.
RILEY A. SHINN,
Union Bottling Depot, 67 Green st..
_Georgetown. P. 0.
MARLBOROUGH'8 DI8PATCHBS, Bdited bv
General Murray. S vols., London.
Dispatches of Lord Nelson, 7 vols., London.
Official Dispatches of the War of 1312.
Memoirs and Correspondence of Sir Thos. Picton,
1 vole., London.
Col. Frszer'e Letters during the Peninsular ?nd
Waterloo Campaigns, London.
Sir Charles Napier's Life and Official Correspon
dence, 2 vole.
Life and Letters of Admiral de Saumures, 2 vols.,
Diary and Dispatches of Gen. Sir Robert Wilson,
2 vols. .London.
Sir W. Sidney Smith's Life and Dispatches, S
Vole., London. .. _ ? , . _ .
Colling-wood's Public and Private Letters with ?
memoir, 2 vole., London.
Wellington's Diapatche?, London.
g on federate Official Reports of Battles,
eneral McClellan's Report.
Barnard A Barry's Beport._
anl8 FRANCK TAYLOR.
RPHANS'COURT. SEPTEMBER 3D.1864.
DisTBioTor Col?bbU, Coobtt or W?shibo?
tob, to wit: In the case of Charlee T. Hawkins, Ad
ministrator of John Hawkins, deceased, the
Administrator aforesaid has, with the approbation
of the Orphans' Court of Washington County afore
said.appointed SATURDAY, tke-wth day of Septem
ber next .for the final settlement and distribution ef
the personal estate of ?aid deceased, ?nd of the
assets in hand, a? tar a? the same hsve been col
lected ?nd turned iato money; when andjwhere ?11
the creditors snd heirs of said deceased are notified
to attend, (at the Orphans'Cor rt of Washington
County aforesaid,) with their .claim? properly
vouched, or they may otherwise by law be excluded
from all benefit In eaid d^jcaaeed'e est?te: provided
a copy of thie order?? published enee a week for
three we?B? in th? Evening Star, previous to the
^d ?4thda,of8ept.mb?.18M ?,.
aepilawSw* Begieter of Wills.
OFFICE ITO. ? SOUTH FEBDERIGK STRRBTt
THB ONLY PHYSICIAN ADVBBTlSIBtS
Mm dleeovered the most Certain, Bpsody, aa?
Effectual Remedy In th? world for
DI8BASB8 OF IMPRUDENCE.
Relief in Sia Hours/ No Tri/lina I
Person? Ruined by Ignorant Pretenders, or t?
Deadly Poison, Mercnrv. ?bonis apply
? CURE WARRANTED OB NO CMAROB
IN FROM ONB TO TWO DAYS.
Weakneaa of the Rack, Involuntary Discharge?,
Stricture?!. Affectiona of the Kidney? and Bind*?.,
Impoteacv. General Debility, Nervon>a?. Dye?
pepey. Languor, Low Spirit?, Confusion of Idea?,
Palpitation of th? Heart. Timidity, Tremolina?,
Dimneae of Bight or Giddineee, Disease of the Head,
Throat, Nose, or Bkin, Affections of th? Liver,
Lungs. Stomach or Bowel??these Terrible Disor
ders arising frem Solitary Habit? of Youth?th?
K?e?BT and solitary prartieea more fatal to their
victims than tbe song of Syren* to th? marinar? ?f
Bly-sus. blighting their most brilliant hop?? ot
anticipations, rendering marriage, Ac, im possi
Especially, who have become th? vietimi of Soli
tary Vice.that dread tul and destructive habit ??hiea>
annnallv sweeps to an untimely grave thon ?aad tot
Yonng Men of the most exalted talent and brilliant
intellect,who might otherwiee hav? entranced Ua
tenlng Senate? wfth the tbnndera ef ?loquene? or
waked to extacy th? living lvre. may call with fati
TAKE PARTsCBLAR NOTICB.
These are some of tbe ?ad and mei-n<-hn1y etreets
produced by early habits of youth, vi?.- Weakneaa
of the Back and Limbs. Pain in the Head. Dimnwa
of Pisht. Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of
the Heart. Dyspepsia. Nervous Irritabili.? De
rangement of tne Digestive Function?. General
Debility,8ymptoms ofConsumption, Be.
Mbntalitt.?The fearful effects on tb? mind ara
much to be dreaded?Los? of Memory. Confusila
of Ideas. Depression of Spirit? Evil Foreboding?,
Aversion te Society, Self-distrust, Lov? of Soil?
tud?. Timidity, Ae
Married Persons, or young men eontemplatina
marriage .aware of Physical Weak??"?? Organle
Debility, Wasting of the Organs. Defermitie?, a\c.t
should apply immediately.
He who places himself under the car? of Dr. J.
may religionsly confide in his honor a? a gen
tleman, and confidently rely npon hi? ?kill aa a
ORGANIC WIARNESS.IMPOTENCY IMPEDI
MENTS TO MARRIAGE
By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weak?
nese of the Organs is speedily cured, and full vigot
restore.1 Thousand? of tb? most nervona, debili
tate.! and Impotent, who had loet all hop?, hav?
been immediately relieved.
All impediments to marriage. Physical or Mental
Disqualifications, Loas of Pro??reative Power, Nar
rons Irritability. Tremblings, and Weaknesa. ?7
Exhaustion of the moat fearful kind, apeedilv
Dit. JOHN SOi?
Member oftbe Royal College of Surgeon?, Lon
don. Graduate from one of the meat ?misent Col
leges in the United States, and th? greater part of
whose life has been spent in the hospitals of Lon
don, Paris,Philadelphia and elsewh-r-.fia? effected
aome of the most astonishing cure- that wer? eves
knowB; many troubled with ringing in tb? bead
and ears when asleep.great nervousness,be alarmed
at sudden sounds, Dasbfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes witb derangement
ef mind, were cured immediately.
who have injured themselves by a certain ? raerla?
Indulged in when alone?a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, th? effect? of
which are nightly felt, ?ven whe? ?sleep, and, if
not enred. readers marriage Impoasible, and de
stroy? both mind and bedy. should applv immedi
What a pity that a ysung man, the hope of hlf
country and darling of nia parente, should bo
snatched from all th? prospect? and enjoyment? ef
li fe by the consequence of deviation from the path
of nature and indulging in a certain eeeret habit?
Such persons must, before contemplatine
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most
neceaaary requisites to promote connubial happl
ness indeed. Without these the Journey through
life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the pr?ap?*et
hourly darkens to the view: the mind becomes
shadowed with despair and filled witb the melan
choly reflections that the happineaa of another it
blighted witb onr own.
DISEASES OF IMPRODENCB.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of thia pain?
ful disease it often happens that an ill-timed aenao
of shame or dread of discovery deters him from ap
plying to those wbe, from education and respeata
bility can alone befriend him. He falla into ths
banda of Ignorant and designing pretender?, wbo,
incapable of curing, filch hia pecuniary substane?,
keep bim trifling month after month, or aa long an
the smallest fee can be obtained, and in deapair
leave him witb mined health te sign over hia gall
ing disappointment; or, by the nee of that deadly
poison, MercMryl hasten the constitutional symp
toms of this terrible disease, such a? Affectiona of
the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, et?., progreaaine
with frightful rapidity until death pula an end to
his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that un
discovered country from whose bourne no trav?l?,
OFFICE 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
left band aide going from Baltimore atreet, a few
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe name
wWWo lettera received unless post-paid and con
taining a stamp to be need on the reply. Pereons
writing should state age, and aend portion ol ad
vertisement describing symptoms.
The Dr.'s Diploma hangs in his Office.
INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
Tbe many thousand cured at thia establishment
within tbe last twenty year?, and th? numerous
Important Surgical Operations performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by tbe reporters of "The Sun'*
and many other papera, notices of wbich bave ap
C?ared again and again before the public, besides
ia standing as a gentleman of character andre
sponsibility, la a sufficient guarantee to the f
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED
gECBET DISEASES I_8ECBET DISEASES
SAMARITAN'S GIFT I
THB MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USED
"Tb*m, A Poeltlve Cure" for
GONOBH?A, GLEET, S ? HIC T ORS S, ?t?
Contarne no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercury.
Only Ten Pills to be Taken to Effect a Curt
They are entirely vegetable, having no ?meli noi
any unpleasant taste, and will net in any way In
jure the stomach or bowela of the moat delicate.
Cures in from two to four days, and recent easse
In "twenty-four honra." Prepared by a gradu?t?
oftbe University of Pennsylvania, one oftbe most
eminent Doctora and Chemists oftbe present day,
BO BXeOBUBB, BO TBOUBLB, BO OHABGB WH ATBVBB.
Let those who have despaired of getting cured,
or who have been gorged witb Balaam Oopavia, or
Mercury, try the
Sent by mail in a plain envelope.
Price?Male package?, St. Female 19.
BLOOD! BLOOD11 BLOOD11
SCROFULA, ULOmRa, SOBES, SPOTS
TETTEBS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS
OB VBNBBEAL DISEASES, tie.
SAMARITAN'S BOOT AND HERB JUICE
le offered the public as a positive cure.
8YPHILI8 OR VENEREAL DISEASES, the SA
MARITAN'8 ROOT AND HERB JUICE, is th?
most potent, certain and effectual remedy eve?
prescribed ; it reaches and eradicates every partiels
of the venereal poison, so that the cure ia thorough
and permanent. Take then of this purifying reme
dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos
terity that for wbich yon may repent in after year?
Although you may be pronounced lncurahle, th?
SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES
will remove every vestige of impurities from the
system, as well as all the bad effect? of Mercury.
FEMALES I FEMALES 11
In many affections with which numbers of Fe
males suffer, tie ROOT AND HERB JUICES IB
moat happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, la
Whites, in bearing down, Falling ef tbe Wemb
Debility, and for all complaints incident to the BBS?
Sent by expresa. Price Si a bottle, or ? botti?
SAMARITAN'S CHANCRE WASH.
Price 2a cents. Full directiona.
DESMOND A CO., Box lai Philadelphia FoA
Sold by 8. CALVSRT FORD, corner at llth aad
HENRY COOK, Alexandria._may s-tf
O?NG MEN who have injured themsslvs? by
certain secret habits which unfit them for buaineaa,
pleasure, or the duties of married life; ala? middle
aged or old men ho, from th? follies of youth o:
other cauaea, toti a debility in advance ofthslr
yeara, before placing themselves nnder the tryst
ment of any one, should first read "THB SECRET
FRIEND.*' Married Ladlea will learn something
of importance by perusing "Th? Secret Friend.*'
Sent to any address, in a assied ????1??? on re
ceipt of Twer-i ? live Cents. Addr???
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TRIESEMAR? Protected by Royal Letter? Pat?
ent of England, and aeeured by the seals of tk?
Ecole de Pharmacie d? Paris, and th? Imperi?.
Coll?es of Medicine, Vienna. ___
Triaamar No. 1 ia the effectual remedy far Relax
ation, Spermatorrhoea, and Exhaustion oftbe Sys
tem. Triesmar No. S has entirely superseded ths
nauseous use of Copavia, Cubebe. Ao. Triesmar
No. 3 in the infallible remedy for all Impariti?? aad
Secondary Symptoms tho? obviating th? use of
mercury and all other deleterious ingredient?.
Each preparation ia in the form of a most agree
able LoBenge. oecured from ?fleet? of climat? aa?
changea of atmoipher?, in tin aaaaVat W each, or
four Is eases in one for Si.andin ?tf ?aaaa, thus
saving S9. Divided in ae parate ?MME s? adminis
tered by Valpeau. Ballexnande. Bsaxjte.^?.
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Bleecker etreet. New York. eo _
To be had also of 8. 0. FORD. No. tgiftHF1
?ornar llth etreet._mars-em _
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M AffcABINETOJ'WONDERS, ANATOMY, aad
?LEDI CINE,' 'havedeterm ined-r?gardleae of ?B
nenae-to. ?raaTfre*. (for th? benefit of sater?a?
numsnity.)? four of their most inmtnoUtaani^r
IsS^sa ff^bsea ths mean, of ????*???? ??}
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\ plea-sat to th? taats. as? ?*_*?*} ?'?*
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