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HIGHLY IMPORTANT! .
' TO TOE IOLDIERS
, UNION ARMY! -
.Xri Ouncecf Prevent ion Uvorth a Pound of Curt!
Nearly all the diseases Incident to camp life orlic
nate with derangement and Irregularity of the
Lowels they bring the, weakest and most suscep
tible part of the human system, first feel the effects
of the expnture which Allsoldlers hare to submit
to during their term of active service.
The best weapon of defence you can have Against
all such disease la
On. Dakicl Eta m Pateht
AND MEDICAL SAFEGUARD
The Surgeon General and the prlnotbal Physicians
and Surgeon, who hare examined the formula of
Its medical preparation, hare recommended Ita use
by the Unton soldier.
Messrs. G. G. EVANSfc CO., secured th right to
ell the SAFEGUARD In the United States, And
they are now being manufactured under the super
Intendence of an able phyilclanand arrangement!
have been made to placothem within the reach of
every Union aoldler. An agency haa been estab
lished In Washington, Philadelphia, New York, and
Boston, where soldiers about to depart for the war
can l supplied.
No more appropriate present can be made to a
soldier than a Medicated Safeguard. Every man
should hate one.
The attention of soldiers, and friends of soldiers.
Is respectfully solicited to this new invention. It
Is made of red flannel, medicated cotton being
placed between two thicknesses of flannel and
quilted In small diamonds. The shape of It Is de
signed to fit the body. The elastic fastenings and
whalebone are Arranged so as to prevent It from
wrinkling or rolling up when the wearer Is In
THOUSANDS OF LIVES MAY BE SAVED BY
ITS TIMELY USE.
Price according to site No. 1, $l.GOi No. 2, $1
No. 1,00 cents.
Sent by mall or express to any Address, on the
receipt of the price Including pottage, If by mall.
Postage on No. 1, 20 cents; No. 3, 15 cents) No. J, 10
Liberal commissions allowed agents And persons
N. D. None Are genuine unless stamped Dr. D.
Descriptive circular sent free.
Send orders to
U. G. EVANS k CO., Agents for United States.
Room IS, Washington Building, corner
Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh
No. 439 Chesnut street, Philadelphia.
No. 312 Broadway, New York.
No. SO Washington street. Boston.
Also, for sale by Dealers In Military Goods and
Entered, atoordlne to act of Conn-ess. In the rear
1862, by George G. Evans, In the Clerk's Office of
fha TilatrSlja l.Miw tnm tka Lai lllatvlflt nf llnnn.
"G. 0. Evak! continues, as heretofore, to fill
promptly, all orders for books published In the
United States on the receipt of the Advertised price.
Send all book orders to
O. O. EVANS,
429 Chesnut Street, rhlla.
nov 5 mwMtf
Xy 1 1 I4 1 A M
ATTOltNEY F0H CLAIMANTS,
CORNER OF SKVENTU AND T STREETS, .
Ojypoiitt tfte st Office,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Prosecutes Claims for Tensions, Bounty Money,
Bounty Land Warrants, Lost Property, Recruiting
Otfleers. and all other just Claims against the Gov
ernment. Also. Patents procured for Inventors.
Special attention given to cases before the Court
Fees reasonable In all cases, to wit:
In each Pension ease, - - - - 5 00
Bounty Money case, ...... o oo
Bounty Land case, ...... a.oo
Pay Claim, ------- a.oo
Widows and minor children who are poor, half
the above rates. Those who are extkemei.v in
digent, free of charge, except mere disbursements.
Correspondents will be entitled to sin re the fees
In all cases they forward.
Consulting counsel, Hon. R. II. GILLET, late
United States Solicitor of the Court or Claims and
former Solicitor of the Treasury.
Special Itefereneet by J'ermUtfoti:
Hon. Richard Wallach, Mayor of Washington.
Hon. W. W.Seaton, ex-Maorof Washington.
Lewis Johnson & Co., Bankers, Washington.
Sweeny fc Huyck, Bankers. Washington.
Ex-Governor Hunt, of Lockport, New York.
Judge Gardiner, of Lockport, New York.
Hon. John Gannon, state senator, Buffalo, N. Y.
Hon. Burt Vanhoro, member of Congress from
Hon. G. W. Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf
falo. Messrs. Hubble & Duvls, Counsellors, Buffalo,
Judge Bowen,of Lockport, New York.
Judge Woods, of LockKrt, New York.
Hon. T. T, Flagler, ex-member of Congress from
Hon. John Gansnn, President of the New York
and Erie Bank, Iluflilo, N. Y.
1 TO THE TUBLIC
(10BMNU K K S T A U It ANT
(Formerly of New York,)
Has the Name and Fame of being one of
THE BEST HESTAUItANTS IN TOWN,
fcJ-Ghe us a trial, and Judge for yourself.'
Everything In tho House Is of tho
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
Don't forget the number,
aT Pennsylvania avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
mar 10 South side.
K1K AND EAR,
NOISES INTIIE HEAD.
Affections oftho THROAT.
DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES.
These maladies are -exclusively and successfully
DR. VON MUSCHZISKF.lt,
Oculist and Aurist,
227 Peon, avenue, opp. Wlllarda'.
JC- Numerous Testimonials can lw examined at
his office, from citizens of Washington.
and HEARING performed.
jlj-.au Bui-givm ujii-rnuuii io resiore aiuilr
nov 10 lm
ATTORNEY fOR CLAIMANTS,
AND AGENT FOlt I'ltOCUIUNU
Bounty Lands, Pensions, Arrears
of Tay, Extra Pay, tVe.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Will give prompt and ctllclent attention to the
nroscutlon of Claims of evcrvdescrlirtlon niralnst
the Government, and make no charge unless suo-
Both references and charges for sen Ices will be
ICJ" Pensions secured for soldiers wounded ordls-
cascu uuring ine existing war) nisu, ior me wmows
and orphans of soldiers who ha e died from wounds
or uisease incurreuwnne in wie unneti tunica per
lcei also, Bounty Money for the helrs-lnlaw of
soldiers deceased during the existing war.
Fees dl Ided with atturnej s or other persons for
The highest prices paid for Land Warrants.
THOMAS K. I.LOYD,
Attorney for Claimants,
No. 170 Seventh street,
Washington, D. C.
N. B. Editors of pniwrs publishing the above card
will be entitled to my sen Ices to the amount of
their charges. T. E. L.
dec 13 w
1 IILICAT10NN for Duiilleale l.uiul
i AV arrant.
Application hat log leen made under the net of 23d
June, IH60, fur the reissue of the Land Warrants
iltucrilMd herein, which am Allefrctl tu I.avh lnn
lost or destroyed, notice Is hereby given that, at
ineuaioioi lowing ineurscnpuonoi eacn war rani,
a new certlllcato of like tenor will bo Issued If no
Alid objection should then appear.
No. 88, 103, for ICO acres. Issued under the act of
March. ISM, In the name of Rachel, widow of Tho.
Meredith, and wns granted March '2, I H5 Decem
ber c-, law.
No. t3,7u0, for 120 acres, Issued under the act of
March, 18&S. In thenamoof Arnold Harrington, and
was granted September 17, 1M7-Jnnuary 4, ltMU.
No.U3,4Ul, for IW) acres, Issued under the act of
March, 18AA, In the names or the minor children of
Daulel F. Mcl'une, deeeased, and was granted Oct,
No. I00.HIT, for llW acres, Issued under tho act of
March IBM, In tho name of Ansel Allen, nnd was
granted March l'- ltkiJ-January is, 1863.
JOSEPH ft. BARRETT,
1 HE CHEAPEST CLOTHING HOUSE IN
L. A, BEALL&CO., &.9tf
No. 301 Seventh street)
aft363n) between 1 and K,
WEEKLY NATIONAL UEPUBUCAN. A
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of o weekly newspaper, called tho KatUmal IU
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ter of tho National Itepvbllcan as a Family
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tho"currcnt military operations, great attention
will bo paid to furnishing tho readers of tho
National Republican with full, and especially
vtli accurate, accounts of tho progress of tho
war for tho Union.
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Thcro Is no other Republican paper In the
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and It Is believed that recent events havo opened
to such a paper an Important sphere of useful
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administration of tho Government upon Repub
lican principles will explode tho misrepresen
tations which havo mado thoso principles so
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that tho projectors of the National Itejmblican
hopo to make It useful. To tho wholo country
they offer a Journal which will discuss national
politics from a national stand-point, and which
will never bo swerved from patriotic duty by
any overpowering pressure of local interest.
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Washington, V. C.
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T K A Sill
GROUND O O F F E E S I I
A large Invoice of the above articles are now
being received, nnd for sAle by
D. J. BROWN,
Commission Broker, -No.
8, Washington Building,
Seventh street and I'cnn. nvenue.
SUTLERS TAKE NOTICE!
Teas In '' pound packs'.
Teas In 6, 6, 10, 12, 16, 13 and SO pound luxes.
Canned Tomatoes In 2 dozen boxes.
Canned Teaches In 3 dozen 1 oxes.
Pickles In 3 dozen boxes.
Gum Drops In )i pound papers.
Gum Drops In 6 )ound boxes.
Raisins In boxes and )i boxes.
Pepper In 3 ounce paiers and in 1 gross boxes.
English Mustard In U )ound papers and cans.
English Mustard In )i and 1 gross boxes.
Prcsencd Cherries In bottles.
Figs In Vi pound drums and 3 jwund boxes.
Lemon Syrup In littles.
For sale by
I). J. DROWN,
No. t, Washington Building,
Seventh street and Penn. menue,
Washington, D. C.
"PROPOSALS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Sealed Proposals aro halted until the lfith day
of November. 18, for suppl) log the United Mates
Subsistence liejMtrtment with f,uuo head of BEEF
CATTLE on the hoor.
The Cattle to bo delivered at Washington City,
I). C, and each animal to average 1,3uo pounds
gross. No Cattle admitted that weighs less than
,ooo pounds gross.
Hellers, stags nnd bulls not wanted.
The nrst delivery of Cattle to bo made on the 1st
uay oi ueccmtHT, or as soon inereaiter as tne lio
ernment may direct. Six hundred liend or Cattle
per week will lw required to bedcllt ered under thfs
Ji, bond, with good and auOlcleut security, will be
Twenty percent, of the purchase money will bo
retained until the completion of the contract.
PiodosmIs from contractors who hm nrei IouhIv
failed to comply with their bid, from dUlotal ner-
uu, in w.i i . 1'iuun nui irrr-riii iu respond
in hi. bid. will not le considered.
The names of firms should bo stnttxl in full, with
the precise nddress of each memlter of the firm.
All bids to Ik accompanied by two guarantees.
Bids to bo directed to Col. A. BECK WITH, A. D.
C. and C. S., U. S. A., Washington, D. C, and en
dorsed " Proposals for Beer Cattle."
Form of GuaranUe,
We, , of the county of , and State of
, mul i of tho county or , and State
of, do hereby guarantee thtt U able to
(ul til n contract luat-conmucowttji the terms or his
proposition, and that, should his proposition be
nceepted, ho will at once enter Into a contract la
8 louid tne contract ne awaruett mm, we Are pre
pare 1 to become his securities.
(Inls guarantee must be appended lo each bid.)
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the otticlul certlllcafe of the Clerk of the
nearest District Court or of the United Mates Dls-
Irli't At Inriii'i.
lildt uhictnh not comiltf villi thr above uilt be te-
jectctl. nov 6
T RECOMMEND AIRS. WREN'S TREATAIENT
X for Neuralgia, she Imv Ing cured me v ery soon.
AI, Johnson, Pension Outce,
Call nnd see how many respectable citizens have
been cured by my HAND MAGNETISM, of Paraly
sis, Gout, Rheumatism, Tumors, Bronchitis, Piles
In a week. Typhoid Fever In a few davs, Luchor
inwH or wmir. oure cure ior ocroiuia anu k,uh
Alagnctlo Plasters nnd Ointment.
AIRS. WREN, Physician.
oo S3 lm 4 45 K St., bet, 6th and 7tll sts.
n. S VVKX T'B
ORE AT REMEDY
FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, LUM
BAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS,
BRUISES, CUTS, AND WOUNDS, PILES,
HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS!
For all of which It Is a speedy and certain reme
dy, and never falls. This Liniment Is prepared
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connect
icut, the famous bone-setter, and has been used In
his practice, for more than twenty j ears, with the
most astonishing success.
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OP PAIN, It Is unrivaled
by any preparation before the public, or which the
most skeptical may be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically,
nheumatle XMaonlera of every kind, And. In
thousands of eases, where it has been used, It has
never been known to fall.
FOR NEURALQlA,lt will afford Immediate relief
In every case, however distressing.
It will relievo the worst cases of HEADACHEln
three minutes, and Is warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE, also, will It cure Instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LAS
S1TVDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, this
Liniment Is a most happy and unfailing remedy.
Acting directly upon the nervous tissues, It
strengthens and ret Ivlfles the s) item, and restores
It to elasticity and vigor.
FOR PILES. At an external remedy, we claim
that It Is the best known, and we challenge the
world to produce an equal. Every victim of this
distressing complaint should give It n trial, for it
will not fall to afford Immediate relief, and, In a
majority of cases, will effect a radical cure.
QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes
extremely malignant and dangerous, but n timely
application of this Liniment will never fall to
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate, and en
largement of the joints Is liable to occur If neg
lected. The worst case may be conquered by this
Liniment In two or three da) .
BRUISES, CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES, ULCERS,
BURNS, AND SCALDS, )leld readily to the won
derful healing properties of DR. SWEETS INFAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc
tions. Also, CHILBLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND
INSECT BITES AND STINGS.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
The Great Natural Bone Setter.
DR. 8TEIMIEN SWEET, OP CONNECTICUT,
Is known all oicr the United States.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OK CONNECTICUT,
Is tho Author of " Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment,"
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Rheumatism, nnd neier Tails,
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Burns and Scalds Immediately.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the beit known remedy for Sprnlns and Bruises
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Headache Immediately, and was net cr known
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
AtTbrds Immediate relief for Piles, and seldom fills
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Toothache In ono minute.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately nnd leaves
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is tho best remedy for Sores In tho known world.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Has been used by more than n million people, nnd
all praise It.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Taken Internally, cures Co4lc, Cholera Morbus, and
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is truly a " friend In need," nnd e cry family should
have it at hand.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is for sale by nil Druggists. Price 33 a.nd fio cents.
A Friend In Need. Try It.
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, as an
external remedy, Is without a rUal, and Hill allc
vlate pain more speedily than any other prepara
tion. For all Rheumattoand Nervous Disorders It
latrulr Infallible, and. as a curatlio for Surd.
Wounds, Sprains. Bruises. 4tc, Its soothing, heal
ing, aim poweuui, aire nme ning prone rues, excuo
the Just wonder and nstonlshmcnt of alt who have
eicr given It atrial. Over ono thousand certifi
cates of remarkable cures, performed !y it within
ineiasiiwo yenrs, nuvni mu ihci,
To Horse Ovruert. t
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT FOR
HORSES Is unrivalled by any, nnd In all cases of
lameness, arising from Sprains, Bruises, or
Wrenching, its etlect Is magical nnd certain. Har
ness, or Saddle (.'alls, Scratches. Alange, &c., It will
also cure speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented andcured In their Incipient st ages,
but confirmed cases are bev ond tho possibility of a
radical cure. No case of the kind, howev er. Is so
desperate or hopeless but It may be alleviated by
this Liniment, and Its faithful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable the home
to travel with comparativ o ease.
Kvery Horse Owner
should have this remedy at hand, for Its timely use
at the first appearance of Lameness will effectually
i re vent those formidable diseases, to which all
torses are liable, and which render so many other
wise valuable horses nearly worthless.
D It. S IP K E ' S
I N F A .
. I U .
N I M K N T
R O f. I I K 11 H V II I K N I) ,
And thousands hie found It truly
A FRIEND IN NEKUI
To avoid Imposition, observe the Signature and
Likeness of Dr, Stephen Sweet on every label, and
also " Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment " blown
In tho glass of each bottle, without which none
RICHARDSON & CO.,
Solo Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
MORGAN fc ALLEN, General Agents,
40 Clltf Street, New Yoik.
S3 Sold by all dealers ev erywhere.
no 11 ly
pIlOPOSALS FOR T
Post Office DtFATtrr.
d November, latt.
Scaled Pkofoials will be received at this De-
Jiartment until the 2fith day of November, 1803, for
urnlshlng one year's supply of Twine, estimated
at 8,ouq pounds, to be delivered at theBlank Agen
cies at Washington, D. C, New York city and
BntTalo, New York, free from all cost or transpor
tation. In such quantities as ech Agency may,
from time to time, be ordered by the Department.
The Twine must be of three strands, well twisted,
and capable of sustaining the weight or S3 pounds
on a string six feet In length) It must be put up In
bills or one pound weight each and packed suitably
for transportation In packages of loo pounds weight
each. The Twine must be smooth and flexible, and
measure about 630 yards to the pound. As no spe
cific material has been determined upon, bidders
will send samples or such twine as they proimse to
furnish with their bids.
The contract will Ire awarded to the lowest and
best bidder, the best bid to be determined, after a
careful examination, for the purpose of ascertain
ing which Md will. In Its practical results, be most
Advantageous to the Department. This the Post
master General resenes to himself the right of de
ciding. No proposals will I considered which may be
made by persons not engaged In themanufictureof
Each bidder must furnish with Ms propostls
e idenco of his ability to comply with his bid.
Two iullklent securities wilt be required to a
Failure to furnish the article contracted for
promptly, or rurnlshlng an article inferior to that
contracted for, will I considered a sufficient cause
for the forfeiture of the contract.
Bids not made In accordance with these propo
sals will not be considered.
Proposals must be marked on the outside of the
envelope with the name of the article proposed for,
and the letter containing them addressed to the
First Assistant Postmaster General, Washington,
IG M. blair;
nov G eo3w Postmaster General.
Orricc 6r the Cuter Qua htekm aster,
Armv or the Potomac,
Washington. September 20, ittcz
PROPOSALS are InUted for furnishing for the
use of the army of the Itotomae the following ar
ticles: 3,uoo tons best quality Timothy Hay, securely
haled, the weight of each bale to be
2,000,000 bushels of Oats, of the best quality. In
strong sacks, well sewed.
7,000 cords Oak and Hickory Wood, well sea
soned and of the best quality.
Each bid must be accompanied by the endorse
ment of two responsible persons that the contracts
If awarded will be fulfilled.
Bids will be opened from time to time as the ar
ticles may bo needed, and contracts will be awarded
for the quantities needed, to the lowest responsible
bidder up to the time of opening.
The right Is reserved to accept all or any part of
Proposals should be endorsed " Proposals for Hay
or Oats," or " Wood," as tho case may be. and en
close In separate em elopes,
., . . . RUFUS INOALLS,
Lieut. Col. and A, D. C, Chief Quartermaster,
sep 34 If
PUOPOSALH FOn HIDES, TALLOW,
HOOFS AND HORNS. '
SEALED PRO POSALS are iMlted till the 33th0f
November, 1863, at 13 o'clock m., for purchasing all
the Hides. Tallow, Hoofs and Horns of the Cattle
killed by the Army of tho Potnmao In the territory
embraced by the Rappahannock and Potomac rh ers
And the Blue Ridge mountains.
It Is Intended that the contractor shall follow the
army and collect -the hides and tallow, hoofs and
horns, and shall pay a certain sum for those articles
from each animal, to be collected at his own risk.
He will be charged with the articles in each case
unless he can clearly show that be was prei ented
from obtaining them by proper authority.
A bond with good and sutnclent security will be
required for the fulfilment or the contract, and no
bid will be entertained from previous contractors
who hai e failed to comply with their contracts, ami
no bid will be entertained unless the bidder is pres
ent to respond to his bid.
The articles of agreement, with a bond, will be
required to be entered Into within two days. from
tlie opening of the bids.
The bids to be directed to Col. A. Beckwlth, A.
D. O. and C. 8., Washington, D. C, and endorsed
" Proposals." nov 7
1)ltMONALH FOIl IKON IUON-CLAD
Oct. SO, 1863.
SEALED PROPOSALS wlllbe received until No
vember 31, 1803, for theconstructlnnofoneormore
complete, including machinery masts, ami spars of
iron wire ncgiag, iron ioais, wiin ancnors, cables,
sails, and all other equipments necessary fur an ef
ficient cruising shlp-of-war, excepting only the ord
nance and ordnance stores.
The trenersl DlAim nnd tnotfletlnn nn tm .
amlned at the Navy Department.
The projKiBitlon must state the price for the
whole complete, and the tlmo In which each y esse)
will bo delH ered at n Navy Yard on the Atlantic
Bids will only be received from parties who are
known to bo able to execute the work, ami thnmn.
tract will embrace all the usual conditions.
uov i 3tawmov24
A N K I. I N fc
ait rsKKsrLVASiA avksvl;
(North ilite,) bet ween Twelfth anil Thirteenth it..
3SH PKNSsnVANIA AVBKVE,
Under the N.tlonM Hotel.
MIA.IMAN 1'EBDLE (Itock Crj-lol) 81'EO
MILITARY FIELD GLASSES,
MIOitOSC'Ol'E.?, OPEKA GLASSES,
PlWroailAPllW ALIWMS AND CARTES BE
HTKItKOSCOI'KS AND VIEWS, ic, 4.C.,
In n gre.t t nrlety, and nt the loweit price,, whole
Lie or retail. nov S
ICUNITCHK! FURNITURB I
McttRKGOH & CO.,
EXTENSIVE WA It E It O O MS,
030 Seventh street,
OFFER INDUCEAlENTS to purchasers or Furni
ture and other Housekeeping Goods.
Our stock Is large and v aried.
Parlor Suites In Broca telle. Rep, and Hair Cloth.
Chamber Setts, In solid Oak, Walnut, Mahogany,
and Painted, neatly ornamented.
Oik, Walnut, and Mahogany Extension Tables
nnd Dining Chairs.
superior Curled Hair Mattresses, Husk and other
Also, n large quantity or low-priced Bedsteads,
Chairs, Tables, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Washstaods,
All or which arc maue rrom the nest materials,
and warranted to giv e satisfaction.
Persons furnishing would do well to look through
tho stock before purchasing, ns we are selling at
prices to suit tho times.
illUUIlMIUll H ,
oct6 eotlowlf 330 Seventh street.
Eor vo nans,
And all incipient itatjes of Contumptlon.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
U. BOSWELL, Druggist,
Cor. Maryland avenue nnd Sev enth st.,
And Z. D. OILMAN,
Penn. avenue, near Browns' Hotel.
Charles Allcu, W. B. KntwUte,
D. U. Clark, John R. Major,
L. AI. Smith, B. C. Major,
II. 11. AlcPhersou, J. W. Nairn,
S. C. Ford, J. D. O'Donnel,
J. P. Alllburn, J. F. Dawson,
Charles Stott, D. G. Rldgely.
In Georgetown by Kldwell, Sothorou, Sclssell,
and Barnard. A
And by Druggists and Sutlers generally.
AI.I ANU WINTER GOODS,
JfllJTAltr AND VIVIIJAN.
WALL, STEPHENS fc CO., are now opening
their Fall and Winter Goods, embracing " tlrena
l 'uais, ihiesKin rami, esis, &.C. a large anu wrn
sfiocieu stock oi una nea. y overcoats. jir.b
also a complete assortment of Business Suits, made
tu the moid durable manner. Officers will find our
Military Good desirous to their wants. Heavy
Woollen lllankets, for camp use at reasonable
prices. WALL, STEPHENS U CO.,
3'4'4 Pennsy lv anla avenue, between
oof! dtf Ninth and Tenth streets.
-VI r AliON t WAGONS I
I have now on hand tho largest
and U'st lot of s
that ever was ottered In this city, which will l
of all kinds promptly attended lo.
UOU'T H. GHA11AM, Coachmaker.
nov 10 3t 374 U and 477 Eiglith stieels.
No. ini Pekn. Ave., Wasiiinutoh, D. C.
Books bound In every style Turkey, Morocco, I
HubsIa, and Calf. Je7.
PC E IV TORK LINKS
TIIK CAMDEN AND AMDOV AND PMILADKL-
I'lllA Ami THKNTUN HAILIIUAU COMl'A
FllOit PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
AND WAY PLACES,
From Walnut Nlre.t Wli.rf ami Ken.
WILL LKAVfl AS FOLLOWS, VIZ I Fare
6 A. M.,vlaCan)cen.nu Ainboy C.&A.
Accommodation . $JQ&
0 A.M., via Camden amUcricy City-New
At 8 A. M.-TlaKenilngtonandJerseyCltyi
Momln.Mall . . . . . ;
At 12X r. M., via Camden and Amboy Aeconv
P. M., via Camden and Amboy C. and
A, Express -..-..
P.M.. via Camden nnd Jerey City
Evening Express . - . .
P. AL, la Camden and Jersey City
At B)i P. AI., via Kensington and Jersey City!
Evening Mall ..... i.oo
At 13 P. AL, via Kensington and Jersey Cltyt
Southern Mall - - ..too
At 0 P. AL, via Camden and Amboy Accom
modation (Freight and Passenger)
1st class ticket - - 3.35
3d class ticket 1.60
The 8': P. M. Line rum lUllr. Suntluva iK(ntMl.
The 13 P. AI. Southern Atall runs'dally.
For BrlttoL Trpntnn. &.. t i.io .ml ait! A. Al
and 5, 6.30 and 13 p. Al.,from Kensington, and 2)1
. i'i. iruui tv ainut ireei wnari.
For Bristol And Intermediate Stations atll,'t'A.
AL, from Kensington.
For Ialm)ra, Rlverton. Detanco, Beverly. Bur-
llnrtnn. ClnMinpu. ItnrrlnfsiUfn Jkn . at (11 lift
AndOX' P. M. ' ' '"
steam ooat irenton, ior Doruentown and Inter
mediate Stations, at 1) P. M., from Walnut street
lr- For New York, and Wnv IJnta lti.vlnp Ktn.
slngton Depot, take the Cars on Fifth street, abo e
Walnut, half an hour before departure. The Cars
run Into the Depot, and on arrival of each Train,
run from the Depot.
riiir pounuaoi uaggage oniyauoweu eacn pas
senger. Passengers are prohibited from taking
aiji thing aa Baggage but their wearing apparel.
" "bb'rd uri- iiuy )unui, to iw paiu ior extra.
The Company limit their responsibility for Baggage
to One Dolltr per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount leond 100 Dollar. xr.nt hv iiweUt
contract. WAI. II. UATZMER, Agent.
, Wltmlugtou and llaltluiore
I L 11 O A I) .
On and After MONDAY, NOV. Pi, 1861,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
For Baltimore, at 3.30 a. ni.. H.15. ni..it.sa. m..
(Exnress.l and 10 60 n. ni.
i-ur.iivBter,aio.i9n. m.t ... n. m., J.uanoiuoo
....,..". ....j. .. .-
or wunungion, at 3.30 n. m.,8.16 n. m., 11.35 a.
l., 3.46 and 10.60 p. m.
For New Castle, at 8.16 it, in, and 3.46 p. m.
For Dover, at 8.16 a. m. and 3 46 p. m,
For Salisbury, at 8.16 a. m.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore at 8.30 a. m.. (Express.) l.uftn.
m., (Express,) 6.30 and 7 p. m., (Express.)
Leave Wllmlnirton at 7.30 nnd 11.33 a. m..4.1fl.
8.46, and 9 60 p.m.
ix-ntu saiiiuury ni .ja p. in.
Leave Mil ford at 4,66 p.m.
Lea re Dov er at 9 n. m. and 6.10 p. m.
Leave New Castle at 11 a. m. and 8.10 p. m.
I-eave Chester at 8.30 a. m., 13.16. 4.60, and 9.30
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
stations at 6.30 and 7. i. m.i for lfciipr nnd Interme
diate stations, nt 1 06 p. m.
TRAINS FOlt BALTIMORE
Leave Chester at 8.46 a. m., 13 06 and 11.30 p.m.
Leave Wilmington at 4.30 n. in.. 9 26 a. m.. 13.36
p. si., and 13 a. m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Car Attache!,
will run as follows:
Leave rnllauelnhla. for Ivrrivlle ami t liter me-
UIBIB IUtA.CB, Bk U.IV l. Ill,
Leav e Wilmington, lor Perryv Ulo and Intermedi
ate places, at 7.10 p. m.
lA-ave uaiumore, ior itarre ue urace ana inter
mediate stations, at 9 a. m.
ON SUNDAYS ONLY:
At 3.30 a. m. And 10.60 p. ni., from Philadelphia to
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia.
The 8 30 a.m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more will run dnlly, AIokd vs cxc epted.
S. M. FELTON,
Jan 3-tf ITesldent.
I TOR UOSTON. VIA NEWPORT AND
? FALL RIVER.
By thesplendldAndsuperlorstcam- - .jrfPiw
rs M E T It O P O L I S, E AI P I R E .etCSC
STATE. BAY STATE, and STATE OK MAlNI-.
of great strength and speed, but particularly
adapted to tho navigation or Long Island Sound,
running In connection with the Fall river and Old
Colony railroad, distance of 68 miles only to Bos
ton. Leave Pier No. 8, North river, near the Battery.
The steamer EAIP1RE STATE, Capt. Brayton,
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock
P. AL, touching at Newport each way .
The steamer METROPOLIS, Capt, Brown, on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4 o'clock
P. M., touching at Newport each way.
These steamers are fitted with commodious state
rooms, and every arrangement for the security and
comfort of passengers, who are afforded by this
ruuie n uiKiii rc-at uh uuaru, nuu, un arm ai i
Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching
Boston early the following morning, or may remain
on board until starting of the accommodation at 8
A. At., by which they may reach Boston about 8.46
A baggage master Is attached to each steamer,
who receives and tickets the baggage, and accom
panies the same to Its destination.
A steamer runs, In connection with this line, be
tween Fall river and Provtdence,dally,except Sun
days. Freight to Boston Is forwarded through with
Jrcat dispatch by an Express Train, which, leaves
'all river every morning, Sundays excepted, at l)i
o'clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving at
Its destination at about U A. AL
For freight or passage, apply on board, or at the
ofllce, on Her No. i. North river. For state-rooms
and berths, apply on board, or If desired to secure
them In advance, tu
wm. uuhukn, Agcnr,
aug 17-tf 70 and 71 West street, N. V.
"TirKST, NORTHWKBT, AND H OUT II
TO CIVILIANS, OFFICERS, BANDS-AIEN,
SOLDIERS, AND OTHERS.
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
arc running through passenger trains from Wash-lnn-ton
to the Ohio river, without chanire of cars
dally at Hi a. m. and 6 p. m., and otters greater In
ducements to the traveling public that any other
LESS CHANGES OF CARS,
AND QUICKER TIME.
This Is the only route that checks baggage from
Washington city to the West. Ticket good until
used and passengers have the privilege of laying
over at any point on the route.
Passengers procuring tickets by this route, save
the delay andexiwnseof Omnibus transfer.
REMEMBER THE ONLY OFFICE to procure
tickets, Is at the depot of II. & O. R. R. Baggage
received at any hourdurlng the day, and no charge
for handling bagg-tge. augQO tf
QAFKTY, SIKKI, AND COMFORT.
WORCESTER, PALMER, FITCH BURG,
NASHUA, LOWELL, CONCORD. THE
WHITE AIOUNTAINS, AND IN
. a-lT ' tu THE new and staunch steamers of
Vi if.aiTia; 'be Norwich une, un v of mis
loNru7.tL.liV OF NEW YORK, leave New York
dally, (Sunday s excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. m., from
FOR NEW LONDON.
There connecting with the Steamboat Express
Train for the Above points, via Norwich and Wor
cester, Boston and Worcester, Worcester and
Nathau, and New London and Northern ILtltroads.
Freight taken at the lowest rates.
For infoimitlon, Inquire of
V.. S. MARTIN,
my US If Agent, on the Pier.
VTTKNTION, HOI.DIKHM ANU HUT
LKltHr Having Just completed our assort
ment of Camp Furnltuie, we nould now respect
fully lnrltetlio attention of Soldiers and sutlers.
uur assoniiii'iii i;oiuiirti- in if inv lunowing
Camp Chests fur mess of from four to six, Camp
Tables, Cninp stools, Camp Cots, Camp Mattresses,
with all other ai licit of Camp Furniture calcula
ted to make a soldier comfortable1, All of which
will be Bold at tlieveiy lowest cash prices at
GHEEN fc WILLIAMS,
au 21 No. 6Jo seventh street, corner D.
TIIHT Ui:'KIVJU OUR NEW STOCK OF
J Fall ami Winter CLOTHING, which ue aro
selling ni very low pricrn,ni
L. A, BEALL J CO.'S,
No. 361 Seventh street,
epW 3in between I nnd K.
rp X STAMP S.
We are prepared to furnish
UNITED STATES TAX STAMPS
IUTTENHOUXE, FANT &. CO.,
oct 30 I in Bankers, I5i IVnii, avenue.
EW BOATH-IEW OAKS.
NEW LONDON, NORWICH, anil WORCKSTKR
Atl O'clock, P. M.,
PIER M N. R., FOOT OF VESTRT STREET.
The new and mairjtlncent iteamer CIT V OF BOS
TON, Wm. Wllcoi, commander, from New York
lueiu.).. -jnurauay,, ana Saturday.! anil rrom
New London Monday., WnlneHlai , and Friday..
The new and maglflcent .learner CITY OF NEW
1 ORK, Thomai O. Jewett. commander, from New
-niuHunj., vveunewiaT., anu .Tiaayai irom
London Tueaday., Thuraday., and Satur-
The., twnneu, .t.tn... h.v. K... f.i.ll.vn....-
ly for tlili route, with all modern Improrementa, In
cln.llm Water Tight Compartment, and are the
only steamer, erer built for Long- I.land Sound
...it. .in. great uiprcserTiQg; improTemeni.
Conductor, accompany the ateamera each way.
Paiinrer.nrnwl rmm Nur tnti.tn. Ifnm&fi..-
Iy on arnral or ateamera, by Eaprets Train to Bo
ton, Worceiter, Lowell, Lawrence. Fltehburr
Na.hua, Concord, the White Mountain., ac. Ilc.
Taaienaera returnlnr from rtnatnn l.v th n.
pot pf the Boatonand Worceiter railroad at 8.10
1 iJV WoreMler 7 r M,t "firing at New London
ntlfM taken at the Loweat Ratea, and dellrer
ed in lloaton early the neat day.
State Room. In abundance can be had on board
ateamera, or at the lloaton ox New York office.. In
advance. ,:. s. MARTIN, Anent,
"") " Pier , N. R.
GUKAT CENT1TAL, nOUTF.
For I he IVe.t, Tla
HUDSON 111VER IIAILROAD and NEW
YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD.
On aku AntR OcccMacn t, 1961,
Exprea, Train, leave New York city depota of
Hudaon Illi er Rallroaddally, Sundai a excepted, aa
From Chambers street
At 7 a. m.
11 a. m.,fip. m.
3.18 p. m.
Montreal and BulNlo
Train with sleeping
cars. 10.15 n. m.
From 30th street station
At 7.36 a. in.
It. so a. m., 6.30 p.m.
1.40 p. m.
10.40 p. m.
Od bunda) s, the follow!
ng trains will be run to
and from Both streett The 10.40 p. m. sleeping car
train foe Albany and Troy, and the 6.30 a. m. from
Troy, and 4.46 p. m. train from Albany.
Connecting at Albany with the New York Cen
tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester, UHca,
Ratarla, Rome, and stations on Rome and Water
town Railroad, Buffalo, Syracuse, Niagara Falls,
Suspension Bridge, Auburn, Genev a, Canaddalgua.
Trains In connection leave Buffalo and Suspen
sion via Lake Shore, Buealo and Lake Huron and
Great Western Railroad, for Hamilton, Toronto,
Detroit ..Chicago, Toledo, Mllwaukle, Fonddu Lac,
La Crosse, Aladlson, Prairie DuChlen, Galena,
Dunlelth Dubuque, Peoria, Rock Island, Must a
tine, Iowa City Burlington, Uuirjcy, Springfield,
Alton, St. Louis. Cairo, Terre Haute, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, Cleve
land, and all points West, Northwest, and South
west. NORTHERN ROUTE.
Connecting with Trains at Troy, with Troy and
Boston, and Rens, and Saratoga Roads for Sarato
ga, Whitehall, Rutland, Burlington, St. Albans,
Rome Point, Ilattsburgh, Ogdenshurgh, Montreal,
Ei Freight Arangements by this route as above,
without change of cars, from tho Depots In Cham
trs and Hudson streets, are at atl times as favora
ble as made by other Railroad Companies. The
facilities of this great New York Route, to the
West, commend It to the confidence of merchants
and shippers for promptness and despatch.
Passenger Trains, with Smoking and Sleeping
Cars, run In connetlon on the New York Central
For particulars as to local trains and freight ar
rangements, inquire at the deiot,63 Warren street.
A. F. SMITH,
dec 17 Superintendent.
llli: HA II. WAY.
PnssrmTrr Trains leave via Pavonla Ferrv from
foot of Chamtter street, as follows, vizi
0 00 a. m. Mail for Dunkirk ami Intermediate
This train remains over night at Elm Ira nnd pro
ceeds the next morning.
7.00 a. m. Express, for Buffalo and principal In
9.00a.m. Mllk,dally,for Otlsvllle and Interme
12.16 p. m. Accommodation, dally, for Port Jerv Is
and principal stations.
4.00 p. m. Way, for Allddletown, Newburgh, and
6.00 p. m. Night Express, dally, for Dunkirk, Buf
falo, Canandalgua, and principal stations. The
train or Saturday runs through to Buffalo, but does
not run to Dunkirk.
7.00 p. m. Emigrant, for Dunkirk nnd principal
The Express Trains connect at Hornellsvlllewlth
railroad for Buffalo, at Elmlra with the Canandal
gua and Niagara Falls Railroad at Blnghamton,
with the Syracuse Railroadi at Corning with the
rsiiroftu ior itociiraitT nnu uuuaiui nt urn, imtiiu.
with the raUroad for Scranton, and at Buffalo anu
Dunkirk witn the Laxe shore Kaiiroaa tor ueve-
Un.l rtnolnnntl. Tulixln. rwtw.lt. Hhlp.cn. S.K.. itn.l
the Canada railroads.
111 A 11 1. K 8
C O P. 11 1 A L
Is distilled In London, and put
up solely In quart and pint bot
tles, to meet the requirements
of Drugglsts,and those to whom
Pure nnd Unadulterated Liquor
Is a Necessity or a Luxury.
It Is the oldest established of All the GINS (I)
which hive started Into existence upon the basis
of Its welWeserved and hard-earned celebrity.
It has no connection with, and Is In no way like
the trashy mixtures sold as "English Gin." or "Old
Tom," or "London Dock," or "London uln," Vc.,
kc, no matter how much " antiquity" or "respect
ability" Is Assumed by their begetters.
Dr. Valentine Mott,of New York, say st "It Is
far preferable to e en pure HotU nd Gin, and Is the
best article of its kind I have ever seen." So say
thousands of physicians.
The New York Herald sayst "We are surprised
at Its beneficial ettrctsi It Is a certain safeguard to
The Philadelphia Ledser says: "It has no supe
rior, If an equal, In medicinal virtues."
Tho New Orleans Ilcayune says: "There Is no
remedy on earth for dyspepsia equal to It."
The Boston Journal says: "As a beverage, as a
preventative, or as a remedial agent, we want no
other. It Is our vaJe merum."
Women or America, for you It Is particularly
adapted. In sickness or health, It Is your greatest
D. BALDWIN H. CO.,
81 Liberty street, New York.
Sold In Washington by
LOVELL, COLLES& CO.,
310 K street, near Pennsylvania avenue,
And by dealers generally. dec 13 ly
pLAIMH AQAINHT UNITKD STATES.
KINLEY BIGGEIl, (late Register of tho United
States Treasury,) and CHARLES E. SHERMAN,
Counsellors nt Law, will devote their entire Atten
tion to the prosecution and settlementof demands
against the United States, growing out of the pres
ent war, Including the Accounts and Claims of
States, Contractors, and Disbursing Officers! appli
cations for the restoration of property Illegally
seized or captured, and for compensation for the
use of private property for Gov eminent purposes,
and for damages for the Injury of such property by
the army, for military pay, pensions, and bounty
Inndst and for distributive shares or moneys paya
ble at the Treasury nnd due to sub-contrActors and
Thev wilt also clve I Pen, I advice to claimants.
contr-ictors, and to unprofessional agents In lltl-
Sated cases) and prepare written arguments vv hen
With non-resident Atrentswho may send them
claims, an equitable division or commissions will
Uuilimitfd Deminds will be collected ami
promptly remltled for acommlsslonof from a h-vlf
to two nnd n li tlf ner cent., dcoendlnir on the
amount! and negotiations m 1th the Departments'
conducted on moderate terms.
By prompt attent Ion, moueraie cnarges, long ex
perience, mid a minute knowledge of the ex-laws,
regulations. rules, and precedents governing thai
class of business at the Departments, they hope to
render their serv lues useful to claimants and public
Reference maybe mide to members of Congress,
And officers of the Government) nnd especially, by
permission, to the Hon. Elish a WniTTLESEV,Flrst
Comptroller oftho Treasury.
Address Messrs. BIGGER & SHERMAN,
Washington, D. C
Office, No. 315 V street, near Treasury and W1I
I ml' Hotel. novS-iii.
I AY COOKK & CO.,
t) It A A K F. R S t
No. 454 lift cm lh Street,
ARMY AND NAVY BILLS,
COIN, CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE,
llbihestorlce imld for
GOLD. SILVER, AND OLD DEMAND NOTES.
gPKO i AL NOTilOE.
DU. M. VKLLNT'8 JrlTte IloeplUI, In the
Federal Block, corner of Berenth slid V atrccU,
oppoalto tho Foat and Faterit Offices. Rooms
S3 and 24, up atalra, Washington, D. C.
All diseases of n prlrato natnro treated In the
most sclenllfle manner, and radical enrea ef
fected In all cases. HYPHILITIO AFFEC
TIONS, aONORRltaCA, OLEET, STRICT.
VRES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or the rcsnlt
of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, or any weak
ncssof tho GENERATIVE OROANStrom any
canso wliatcrcr, or how long standing, thor
oughly and radically cured.
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE.
No matter what yonr disease, let no false del
icacy prevent. Apply Immediately to Dr. Veil-
ny, who la acknowledged to bo by far tho most
SUCCESSFUL niTSICIAK In ,tho treatment
of private diseases. Fear not to come and make
known yonr misfortunes, and ho will speedily
send yon on yonr way rejoicing.
That dreadful acourge of the young, indulged
In when alone, which destroys the generative
organs, nnflu yon for married life, producing
weakness oftho back and limbs, losa of anlma
tlon and muscular power, palpitation of the
heart, nervous Irritability, loss of memory, mel
ancholy habits, Insanity, consumption, and
YOUNO MAN, In view of the dreadful con
sequences, delay not to mako your case known
to Dr. V. Your secrets with him aro sacred,
and you may conndently rely upon his medical
Thonsanda whoso systems wcro shattered and
were on the brink of the grave, has ho brought
back to vigorous health by hla skilful treatment.
Married pcraons, or thoso contemplating
matrimony, who suspect themselves of tmpo
tency, seminal weakness, or any dlscaso arising
from a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether tho result of disease, injury, conse
quence of youthful Indiscretions, or Indulgence
oftho passions In riper years, aro earnestly en
rcatcd to placo themselves under tho caro of
Dr. V. They may rely with certainty upon a
speedy cure, ond full vigor restored.
Ho treats with entire success all diseases of
females, snch aa LUCORRHEA or 117177X5,
LArSUS UTERI, &c., Ac, and In every caso
guarantees a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMU
NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI
DENTIAL. Persons calllug sco no ono but tho Doctor.
Thoso at a distance may bo inEtTEn by mail
giving a STATEMENT of CASE, e., Ac.
AC A 11 U .
Oak HallClotiiiho Hoosi.
Mr. Bruce, formerly at the IXIcoo Hall, has now
opened a new .tore at No.464Srntli trcet,lut
tlow Smith'., where he ha. a tin. .election of Men
and Boy.' clothing at very low iirlce.l he Is de.l
rou. of having all his old customer, call on him. a.
thev can huv eood. at lower price, than any other
StorO lU the CltV. J. BllUCt. fc. LO.
No. 404 Seventh street, near F.
Call and see Mr. Bruce, At No. U Seventh street
Mr. Bruce haa a Fine Stock of Clothing for Men
and Boys' wear, at No. 46 Seventh street, opposite
City Post Office. t , ,.
Mr. Bruce Is the man to please the Boy s In Cloth
ing, at No. 4M Seventh street.
Everybody knows that Mr. Bruce can sell Boys
Clot hluc cheaper than any one else. No. 464 Sev
enth street, opposite City Post Office.
.site City Post Office,
toys' Clothing call on Mr. flruce. at
1 Seventh street, between E and K
b man to please you In Boy s Clot h-
or Men anu voyi
Oak Hall, No. 4018
XI IiasjA la 4 haa n
Inif.at Oak HaU.No.4U Seventh street, opposite
citv Post Office. 2-3m -
WarrAnted Gold Band Window Shades i Butt,
Green, and Blue Holland shades, all sizes) made to
Also, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord and
Tassels, nil slses And colors,
IHirchABlng for cash, and allowlug no old stock to
accumulate, iersons needing the abovegoods will
And it to their advantage to give me call.
All work executed and superintended by practical
men, who have served a regular Apprenticeship at
their trade. . . ,
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay require!.
Please give me a call.
No. 48a seventh .treet,
F.lght door, alune Odd Fellow. 11.11.
nov 26 ly'
T K . S O M E i
SOLICITOR OF PATKNTS AND CLAIMS.
Uouiitl... P.nidoii., Hack Pay, Oflle.r.'
U.erultluir, U'l a11 other Ju.t Claim.,
agalu.t the Uovcritiiitut.
OFFICK No. 470 SEVENTH STREET,
Waiuinoton, I). C
Ami No. S Park Plact, corner of Vnmlimy,
cjjjwlle City Hall, Xta 1 or.
U.fer., by irnil..loii, o
Hon.. ll.nnlhal ll.iulln. Vice l-nsldrat, Me.,
Martin Kalhnclich, Mayor fclty of Brooklyn t Abl
Jh Mann, Jr., New VorV City l John N. t.omlw u,
M C . Me I Thoma. M. Edward., M. C, N. 11. Ed
ward II. BDlllns, M. C, N. If., Alex. ll. Rice, M.
C."m";. John h Alley, M. C , Ma..., Alfred A.
llurnham, M. C, Conn. Uwlsht Loomla, M. I ,
t'onn.l John A. (Jurlcy, M. C, Ohio , J.mea M.
A.hley, M. c Ohio; Sidney Ednerton.M. C, uhloi
. I'HIK.MI IN NBKI1. TKY IT.
UK SWEET'S INFALLIIII.K LINIMENT,
Tho ureal external remedy of the .ge. jnrepare,!
from Iho reclW of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecti
cut, the celebrated bono .otter, who., raluu Is un
rlvalolhy thatofanylhlni; man. It I. acertaln
and Immediate oure Tor Rheuniatl.ni, Gout.Neu.
rUli Snraln.. Urulaei, Cut., Wound., Sore.,
Uurni, Scald,, rile,, Lumbago, Headache, Tooth
ache, and all Rhvutnatle and Nerou. Disorder.,
External Injuries, 8lc.
All sutterer. ahould Klve it a trial.
IIICHARDSUN i CO., Proprtetora,
For sale by CHARLES stott, Qeneral Agent
for Wa.hington, and by all dealer..
l'a.i Rotiert McKnlahl, M. C, 1'a.l Justin J. Mo.
rill, M. C. Vt.lJoVl'. letter, M.C, Wis., A
Chandler, M. C, Mlch.l Jame. II. Lane, M. ,
Kan..Cyru. Aldrlch. M. u., ailnii.i m. !
Ince, M C, 111., John 1. Nixon, M. I ., N. J.I John
I..V.Stratlon,Vl. C, N. J.i IV I'-.fYfK0' ?.' ,'
lll.l Owen Lo1 ejoy. M. C, ll I F. 1'. .Blair, Jr., M.
U Mo. Elbrldge li. Npaulduig, , M. C. N. ". I Al
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vea, N 'Wjclloll, E., .', I.. Wllll.n..H.rt I It);
K,n. Mtepherd 'KnaiV E.. , 1-re.. Mlnlo.'
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