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ML M. VKLLNT'B VrlTat. Hospital, lu lb.
Federal Block, cormr of Snentb. and V ilmti,
oppoalt. th Pott and Patent OOIcm. Rooms
and 34, op atalr, Washington, D. C.
AH ismm. of a prlvato natnro treated In the
moat adentlflcmanner, and radical cures ("
fected In aU cases. SYPHILITIC affec
tions, oonorrucea, oleet, STRICT-
VRKS, SEMINAL WEAKNFSS, or the result
of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, or any weak
neaaof the OENERATIVEOROANStrom any
cause whatever, or how long standing, thor
oughly and radically cured;t also OOVT,
RHEUMATISM, NRURALOIA, and other
CHRONIC DISEASES oUYm SERVES, MUS
CLES, BOXES and JOISTS, SCROFULA,
BLOTClltiS on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on
the LIMBS and BOBF, andatl other ERUP
TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES or the
BLOOD, from vhataer taut ihfy may hart
arisen.
Al'rLIOVED AND UNrOUl UN'ATK'
Mo matter whit your disease, let no false del
lcacy prevent you from applying; Immediately
to Dr. Vellny, who la acknowledged to be by
far the mot! SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In the
treatment of private diseases. Fear not to come
and make known your misfortunes, and ho 111
speedily send you on your way rejoicing,
8KI.F.A.BUSE,
That dreadful scourge of the young, Indulged
In when alone, destroys the generative
organs, unflta you for married life, producing
weakness of the back and limbs, lose of anima
tion and muscular power, palpitation of the
heart, nervons Irritability, lose of memory, mel
aocholy bablt., Insanity, consumption, I
death
YOUNG MAN t In view of the dreadful con
sequent? or delay, do not fall to make your
caae known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Tour
secrets with him are sacred, and you may con
fidently rely upon hit medical skill.
Thousand whoao lyatema were shattered and
who were on the brink of the graft?, hare becu
brought back to rigorous health byhtaakllftil
treatment.
M WtUIAtli:.
Married persons, or those contemplating
matrimony, who suspect themselves of Impn
ncy, seminal weakness, or any disease arising
iom a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether the result of disease, Injury, youthful
Indiscretions, or Indulgence of the passions In
riper years, are earnestly entreated to place
themselves under the care of Dr. V. They may
rely with certainty upon a speedy cure, and up
on being restored to full health and Tlgor.
He treats with entire success all diseases ot
female, snehas LEVCORRUEAov WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, Ac, Ac, and lu every case
guarantee a perfect CURE. I
FFFS modcrsta ami VIQrrs ta rnuuiT
uniVtiuo . J,S COMMU-
uvAaiw.io Bimnj rnitatb ana cuiri
DENTIAL,
Persons tailing see no one but the Doctor.
Those at a distance may be treated by mail,
by sending a STATEMENT of CASE, Ac, Ac.
j) 2 m
r ILLIAN PITCH.
ATT0RXEY FOR CLAISTAXTS,
cohnsk or seventh and r streets,
Opposite th Pott Office,
WASHINGTON, D C,
Prosecutes Llalmi for Pensions, Bountt Moner,
Bount) Lnd Warrants, Lost Property. Recruiting
Officers, and all other just Claims against the Gov-
ernment
aiiu. fiiiiiii,uitscuriii lur int eniors
Special attention gli en to cases before the Court
of Claims
Fees reasonable In all cum, to wlti
In ea.h Pension case, s oq
Bounty Money case, - - . - . sou
Bounty Land case, o 00
Pay Claim, ....... - j oo
Widows and minor children who ar poor, half
the above rates Those who are extbemely in-
uiatNT,freeof charge, except mere disbursements
Correspondents will be entitled to share the fees
In all cases they forward
Consulting counsel, Hon. R II GILLLT, Iste
United states Solicitor of the Court of claims and
former Solicitor of the Treesury
bpecial References by Perrnltttont
Hon Richard Uallach, Mayor of Washington.
Hon W Ssaton, ex-Mayor of Washington
Lewis Johnson U Co , Baukers, Washington
sweeny & Huyck, Banker. Washington
1 x-Gmeraor Hunt, of Lock port. New York
Judn Gardiner, of Lockport, New I ork
nun iuiid usoson,aiaie senaior, uunaio, f i
Hiu Hurt anhorn, member of Congress from
New ork
Hon G V
falo
Clintoo, Judre Superior Court, But-
Messrs Hubble k. Dai Is, Counsellors, Butflo,
Judge Ilowen,of LockHrt, New oxk.
Judge Woods, of Lockport, New ork,
Hon T T ilsgler, ex member of Congress from
New in r.
Hon John Uansoa, PreslJcnt of the New lork
and rte Bank, Buffalo, N
oct 29 2m
nOSWELIH MEDICATED
Jj ouuau uAifiiv
for COUGHS,
COLDS,
RROXriUTIS.
TV isr trpv-r a
' IIOAltBEXFSS
r KIM .ssic, it nuii.nic nuu icanii, vj
O UOSWLLL, UrUKKUt,
Cur Mar) land aienueand seventh nl ,
And Z U GILMAN,
I'enn aienue, neir Browns' Hotel
Charles Allen, W B Fntwlile,
D D Clark, John R Major.
L M mlsh, B C Major,
H H McPheriou, J W Nairn,
s C Ford, J D O'Donnel,
J P MUburn, J F Dawson,
Charles Stmt, D G HUgel)
In Georgetown bj Kid well, Sothoron, SclneJl,
and Bsruard
And by Druggists and u tiers gencriil)
Jan 15
pOHTAlif.i: MILL FOH THE AHM1.
Office or Defut Cosihissarv
ur Subsistence,
Washington. D. C , JSoi , 1WJ
Imeutors and manufacturers arelmlted till the
80th DecemUr, ink. to present models and samples
of Portable Mills for grinding wheat and corn for
ine use oi my nriitj
The following are the eMentlal conditions the
muismusi comDineiorecme considers Hon when
jreseuted b) plan, speiulatiiju, mo lei and sample
(l liui IU ittijii vfi s ran j-ii r JXJUUUS
3d The grinding urines tu be ul tuir ttour
grooved chilled Iron or stnl.aiid thvKeneral iui.
itructlon of the mill to I HnUous to Umt oi a
cottee mill
id Lach mill to t capable of grinding bo pounds
of fine flour or meal per hour, and to be capable ui
Vali.sr tarirlf ii hv nn man
,rachmTfuob.ocon.truvted,lf.1tLe.sarJ,
that It can l separated Into two parts ol enu.l
weight, so as to be carried b) two men should the
length of march, lack of transportation, or fatigue
OI tne mCD,uruiiier cnun rmurr iivcnrriSK ,ou
laborious for one man
eth Lach mill to be capable ol being attached to
awagontongue,branchoftree,orstacl(nrmuskets.
Inventors will suomit plans spcctncaiions, or mod-
el of their mills, or sample of the mill itself, In the
Drtscnceof a board of officers 1 her will be re-
Quired to present Indisputable evidence or their n arn.es ai mosi cxireoruinarj return, rentiers
mills combining th essential conditions abuie the tolce powerful, and enable! ti. lngerto to
enumerated by cauilag the mill to be worked In the callie with fatilit) accuracj ,au.l nne qualltj of
nrsnc of th said board tone
II a mill ba presented containing all of the aboi e Prof U oiowskl receit es t liiiori .Ullj from 10 to
conditions, and Its cost be lufllclently reasonable
in th opinion of th Department to warrant its
purchase, a iarg number will tery probably be
Dougnr ior am w .j
r or further Information spplyat No M4JGit
Washington, D. O. t t now
JfJIT BKCKrVEU OUR NEW STOCK OF
Fall and Winter CLOTHING, which w are
UlaS..r.rTlowp.lc,.A fc
Ho, 341 Seventh street,
ep SO 3a between I and K,
ALTIXOIUO AND OHIO ttiTLXOAD.
Passenger Trtli trmm ;WlUSTt.
THE PASSENGER TRAINS
between
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. AND THK WEST
will run a follows i
2-fvt Datly Train to Washington ortJ (At West.
Ttoo Patty Train between Kash'n amd the West.
0a Suniani, three traint to BUrmote and on to the
If trf is followi i 7 a ra , and S and 0 p. m.
Pftiicnrcri (or th est make clot connections
at Waihlngton Junction (Rcly) with the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad, for all points West, at lower ratti
of fart than by any other Hue
For Philadelphia and hew York Leave Washington
atta. m ,11 a. to f and op. m
For JaMwto Leave Waahlntloa at a. m. and
sio p. m
FOR ALL POINTS WFST, ,
and Stat tone atona the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
lea. e Washington t d 7 40 a. m , and .W p.
tn ; ana on sanasys ai x.w p. m.
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH
Leave New ork at 7 a. m , Philadelphia at II
a m , Baltimore at S 45 p. m. Arrlv at Waiting,
ton itODp m.
Leave New I ork at p. ru . Philadelphia at 10.60
p. m . Baltimore at .) a. at. Arrlre at Washing
ton at 8 30 a m,
LeateNew orkat II p. to , Philadelphia atSft)
a. m , Baltimore at 7 to a. m. Arrlre at Washlng
tou at 25 a m.
Local Accommodation Train leave Baltimore at
to a. ra. and ft 10 p m , for Washington) arrlre there
at I. a m andTp m
On Sundays at 4 so and 7 40 a m , only, from Dal
tlmore. No Annapolis connectlona on Suode) from Balti
more or aldington.
Passengers tearing Washington at t and 7 40 a m.
and 2 p in , make connectlona at aaktngtoo Junc
tion ( Relay ) with tralni on the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad, for all point weit of the Ohio rlrer and
for all polnti along the line of the Baltimore and
Ohio road. In Maryland and Irrlnla
Tralni lea. eAnnapoll for Baltimore and Wash
ington dally, except Sundays, at 0 U a. m , and 40
p m
Passenger Train! tearing Washington at a. m .
11 a m,and6p m , and Baltimore at 4J0 and 7.40
a m and 3 00 p m , itop onlj at Annapolla and
Washington Junction!
Waj Pasaengera must take the Accommodation
Tralni only. W. P.SMITH,
not 17 Maiterof transportation.
VDAMS EXPRESS COMPANY.
Ofllce 514 Ftaa. attuut
Wellington City, D. C.
0REAT EASTiaLV, NORTIIEn.V, ajcd WEST-
Al iioiiii4 mniubiMi juiu i
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
Mere hauiUs, Money. Jewelry, Valuable,
Notes, ft toe lea, Bonds, eVc.
Forwarded with SAFLTi AND DISPATCH to all
accessible sections of the country This Company
has Agencies In the principal railway towns la the
NORTH, KAST, WEST, AND .NORTHWEST.
Its principal offlcas ara
washixotox.d. c.,x. tork, bostox,
PMLADELPiriAtBALTIM0Arj CIX
C1XXATI. ST. LOUIS, ZOOTS-
YILLEt LEXIXQTOX.
Connections are made at New ork and Boston
with lines forwarding to the tanadas and the
britUli Prot Inces. and with steamship lines to Lir
e-pool, Southampton, and Har. and thence by
1 uropean expresses io all prominent commercial
towns In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills made at all
acccssinie pans oi me uniiea amies
C C. DUNN, Agent,
je 12 U ashlngton, D C,
OOUEH UHOWN,
SOLICITOUS OF PATENTS AND CLAIMS
Uoiiullrs. I'eusloua, llsck Pay, O Ale era
11 emitting, and all other Juat Claims,
against lite OoVfrumtat,
OFFICL-No 410 SEVENTH STREET,
(Department Exchange,)
And Xo, 2 Park. Place, corner of Broadvay,
oppnntt City IfaU, Xv 1 ork.
liefer, bjr pcrmlet.iu, io
Hon i Hannibal Hamlin. M-e President, Me
Wartln Kaibfielsch, Mavor bit) of Brooklyn Abli
ASIllaVtisTUHi aV V.,
Jah Msnn, Jr. New York Clt) i John N. Goodwin,
.M u , me t i nomas M.tawarus, m.x, ;, n n t to
ward H Rollins, M. C , N. H i Alex. H. Rice, M.
C , Mass John B Alley, M. C , Mass ; Alfred A.
Burnham, M C , Conn j Dwlgbt Loomla, M. C
Conn i John A. Gurlev. M C. Ohio l James M,
Ashley, M. C , Ohloi Sidney Fdgrrton,M. C, Ohio;
John HutchlDs, M. C., Ohiot John Corode, M. C ,
Pa i Robert McKnlghf. M. C , Pa i Justin S Mor
rill, M C, l ( John F. Potter, M. C , Wli i z.
Kansas) Cyrus Aldrtch, M. C, Minn ( Wm. Kel
log, M C, III I John T Mxon, M C.N.JtJohn
L..V Mratton.M C.N JiP H Fouke, M. C,
ill i uwen U3 cjo , m c , in t r mair, it , to.
C . Mn i I lhrldre G Snauldlnr. M C . N. Y t Ai-
f red Fl) , M. C , N V) Major General H. B. bur
teaiN Wyclcoir, Esq, Prea Williamaoart City
Bank Shepherd Knapp, Esq, Pres Mechanic'
nanK. jy n
fNTEHIOIl ADOHNMENTS
J
4a
4 SO
PAVEK HANOI NOB,
(jr ALL GRADES AND PBICES
Warranted Gold Band Window Shades i Buff.
Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all sliei mad to
or ler
Also, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord and
Tassels, all alies and colors.
Purchasing for cash, and allow! u no old stock to
Accumulate, persons needing the abov goods will
nndtt to their advantage to give me a call
All worn, execuicu aou supariuicuucu uj practical
men who have served a regular apprenticeship at
their trade
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no ptj required.
Please give me a call
Remember the number
JOHN MARERITLR,
No 484 Vi enth street,
Light doors abo. Od 1 r ellows' Hall.
no 2) ly
'KKTHI TKRTII1
M LOOM IS, M D, the lot entor and patentee
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personally at
his office In this city.
Mum nersons can wear these teeth who cannot
wear others, and no person can near others who
CTr.nrlline at inv office can be accommodated
with nni st) le and price of Teeth they may desire t
bu! to ,"0,e nu
roneest. and most perfect denture
ru )iaiisvui(, "uu nwiimuur
nroduce. the Mlnernl Plat will be '
infivn fultr u atrantahtl '
Hoous in this tllj No S3S Peims)lvanla ate
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets Alio, 907
Arch street, Philadelphia. mar IS ly
1 MILE DIIPKK,
IROX HALL,
31Q le till sylvan I Avcuuc,
MAofstrlV and Retail Dealer in
finest i'amili onorEniEs,
h 1lF CI! and OKRMAX 117 FS.
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, OiflMPAQXES,
'
BRA N U ). R UM, OIX,
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
ii. now on hand
IIASllUW UU liaUU
ten jine aiiorluunt of the above at fair prices
BUTLERS BUrPLlll).
, TT,,
N
h AMHIMPI.IPlEDMETIIODFOU
PIAiNO FORTF AND SINGING
l'HOr. ALEXANDER WOLOWSKI,
I'lASOtl, IOCAUS1 AttDLuMPOiER,
II.. . pened Ladle, and Gentle.. Afteraoo
i.uM i and Menlng (Bo'clotk, i.glnrClassa.
on most liberal terms Profess i Volowskl will
!" explain the full theor) of Maolc and Reading
' "')tiu
B lruUiur Wulowskl's new nif ihod, a person
ltatiii, unl) a slight knowledge ol music will be
enable 1, in aier) ihort time, to rind music with
great incim), ana execute operant!
ilasslcal music with rare perfection
well as
Asto thetocal part.bj. hlstva) A localization,
nam anu irons io p u , ai ms reuaence, no,
l Tenth street, between E and
n D Liiuuieit utvrngui jamavi ( ar ac
eepted
M
AINK AC1KNC1
iOLDIERP HLLlEf A H0CUT10S.
Otacc, o 21 F street, cor Thirteenth
Communications to te Addressed to
J W HATHAWAY,
Stata As.BI,
oct 10 1 Lock box 83, Wsihlniton, D. C
B
InM Y V V PI at
Orrit-K or thk Cutler CiuAhTKaMaiTL,
Amur or the Potomac,
Waahingtea, September SO, 1SSS.
i PROPOSALS ara invited for furnishing for the
Aaa of tha srmr of the Potomae the following ar
vtcivst
S.000 ton best quality Timothy Kay. security
' baled, tha weight of each bale to be
tarkad thawon.
1,000,000 bushel of Oats, of the best quality, la
strong aaeks, wall sewed
7.OU0 oorus VK ana iiicaory vtoov, wvu aen-
soned and of the best quality. .
Cachhld must b aeeomnanled bvtha endorse
ment of two responsible persons that the contracts
If awarded will U fulfilled.
Bids will be opened from time to time as the ar
ticles may be needed, and contracts will be awarded
for the ouantltlea needed, ta the lowest responsible
bidder up to the time of opening.
ne rignr is reserrea io accept m or idt pmn vt
any hid.
Pronosala should be endorsed ProDoaala for Hat
or Oats." or M Wood,' a the case may be, and en
close In separate enrelopes.
Lieut. Col. and A. D C, Chief Quartermaster.
sep 14 tf
T n o p ti h a i. n .
uokcav or iardi and uocib.
Nary Department,
34th Nor ember, 1863
SRALFD PROPOSALS, endorsed MPraposala for
building house at Naral Hospital, New York.
will be reeelTed at this office, until noon on the
taddsy of December, 192, for furnishing all the
materials and workmanship required la construct
la ihauif fort Surreon. on the Naral Hosnltal
grounds at Brooklyn, New 1 ork, according to plans
anaipeCaUCsilaOIaS WAICU HIV IWU(CU mill IUI.VI1II
Engineer, and mar ba seen on application to him
atthe Brooklyn Nary Yard which plans and spe
cifications will be attached to aadform apart of
the contract.
Form of Offer,
(Her date the offer )
I. (here Insert the name or name composing the
firm,) of (name the town,) In the St ate of (nam the
state,) hereby ohr to furnish under youradtertlae
mrnt dated (date of advertisement,) and subject to
all the requirements of tha tame, and of the plans
andipectncatlonato which It refer, all the mate
rial! and workmjuuhlD aoesarr for the construe
tlon and completion of the nous for a Surgeon at
the Naral Hospital at New York, according to the
plans and specification, for the sum of (her write
ir
eepted, 1 request tha contract may be prepared and
aentto the Narr Agent, at (name the agency) for
aignature and certificate. (Here the bidder and
each member of the linn ara to sign.)
fvrm of uuotwum
The undersigned, (name of guarantor.) of (nam
the town.) and Stat of (name the State.) and (nam
of second guarantor, fcc ,) hereby undertake that
the abOT mmed fname the bidder ar bidders.) will,
If Ms for their j offer as aboroba accepted, enter
Into contract with the United State, within fifteen
days after the date of notice, through the post of
fice, of the acceptance of his (or their J offer before
mentioned.
Witness: (Signatures of guarantors )
I certify that the above named (her name the
guarantors) are Mftwn to me to be good and res
ponsible guarantors In this case.
r (Signature )
To be signed by th district judge, district attor
ney, collector, nary agent, or some person known
to the bureau to b responsible.
To guard against offers being opened before the
tlm appointed, bidders are requested to endorse on
tha em elope, above the address, and draw a line
under in endorsement, inus;
rropotait for aurcfon'f uowejvr nr nary iura
Jkeioiork"
To tne imei oi ine uureau oi t arus snu uucai,
Washington, D C nor 21 law it
I
4
A FH1KM) IN NEED. Till' IT.
DR SWE1 T'S INFALL1BLF LINIMENT,
The great external remedy of the age. prepared
from the recipe or Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connecti
cut, the celebrated bone setter, whose fame Is un-
nvaiea DV icai ui ht iiiiuij man ii a (.'criniu
and Immediate cure lor Rheumatism, Gout, Neu
ralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Wounds, sores,
Burns, Scalds, Piles, Lumbaro, Headache, Tooth
ache, and all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders,
a.XTernai injuries, u;
All suflerers should give It a trial
RICHARDSON v CO, Proprietors,
Norwich, Conn.
For sale b) CHARLES STOTT, General Agent
for Washington, and by all dealers
feb34 dfcwly
OAK HALL CLOTHING UOOM,
No 4S4. Seventh street, below F,
The subscriber takes great pies sure In announc
ing to Ms old Friends and Customers, that h has
opened a new store at No. ea Seventh street, near
F,whi:ehehas a fine, selected stock of Clothing
torJvaand Boya' wear, which they have Juat re
ceived from the North, and offers them for sale at
the lowest Northern prices
J. BRUCE. CO,
sep 26 Sm Clothiers, 461 Seventh street.
TALL. AND WINTER GOODS.
MILITARY AXD CIVILIAX.
WALL, 8TFPHENS h. CO , are now opening
their Fall and W Inter Goods, embracing fine Dress
Coats, Doeskin Pants, est, c. A large and well
selected Stock of fine heavy Overcoats We bar
also a complete assortment of Business Suits, mad
la the most durable manner. Offlocra will find our
Military Goods desirous to their wants Heavy
Woollen Blankets, for camp us at reasonable
prices W ALL, STEPHENS fc CO.,
344 Pennsylvania arenue, between
oo27 dtf Ninth and Tenth streets.
GRAND ADVANCE OP THE ARMY,
and clothiers are crying up the great advance
of clothing, but wear selling at a small adiance
on old prices W e ha. e a large stock on hand, and
at selling them off to make more room, for we
have a ery large stock of Clothing at our manufac
tory, and are now running off our stock at less
thsn wholesale prlcea to make room. We hat e al
was beeo fighting against high prices, and ahall
continue todo so Mr. SMITH Is In th market all
thetlme, and la enabled to furnish our atwie with
a superior stock, and we cannot be undtisuU by
an) one We hare the means to sell cheap, and
are determined to do It at
SMITH ft. BEALL'S,
No 361 Set enth street,
not 21 dtjanl Near K street.
IEW V (I It K BUMINESU.
LAW, FINANCIAL AND COLLECTING.
iNTOICB bill a BUaiNEbS notes negotiated.
Pb0" N"" A"D P""" A 0DN"
Dvvvn r A"u """
a.uuns aiii nunui bwuuiii nnu SKlltU
lCLUSIELY ON COMMISSION
QOVERXMEXT CLAIMS BOUGHT.
By O 7 HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law,
'45 Nassau street, New York
ETen years In State and United States Courts
Advice gratis apll
rmiUMAH E. LLUYO,
A rrORhEY FOR CLAIMANTS,
AND AGENT TOH PROCCK1NQ
I Bounty Lands, Pensions, Arrears
of Pa), I xtra Pa), fcc
WASHINGTON. D. C.
aVUl ghe prompt and efficient attention to the
I Jroscutlon of Claims of eiery description against
the Government, aud make nocharee unlesa buc.
jescripi
charge
eessful
, Both references and charges for seniles will be
madeeatisfaetory.
i EF" Pensions secured for oldters wounded or ills-
a..IlllrinrhsUHnw,i 1an fn.th.uU.
andorpbana of soldiers who havedled from wounds
or disease Incurred while In the United States ser
licet also, Bounty Money for the heirs In law ot
soiuiers ueccascu uuring uit existing war.
Fees dlt lded with attorne) s or other persons lor
warding business
The highest prices paid lor Land Warrants
Address
THOMAS F LLOD.
Attorney for Claimants,
No 4f0 setenth street,
W ashlngton, D C.
Kircnt7r. r mKn t"n'oi
TI; 12-w
1 ucv
N B Edltorsof paperspubllshlngtheaboiecard
IKNNIUNNI CKNHIONMII
' No attorne u u Ul tf teaaiJeJ at ha vt no Ji ltd lite
necettary declaration and affidavit!, at contemplated
I vy ine hxia eeaion vr ine act, umni tne t wttiay, at
unit ae the in tt ruction! otitn in this pamphlet, ARE
STRICTLY COMPLIED H in''-toMMiiOKra
or rcHiioNs
"The Manual of Tension, Bounty and Bounty lcA.ro," upon application being made at the Po
land Laws," published by the Morrisons, Wash. ' lie. Headquarters, No Die Hetentb. street west,
Iniion, D C, Is the ONI J-bo.k now published, undsr superrtslon of w ,
ALL th. FORMS in which are ixacl copln of those superintendent of Metropolitan Police,
prescribed by th. Pension Ofllce. fto other Manual nov 26 3aw2m
to b. found in th. market has them
If you want a RELIABLE GLIDE in making I -t E -jy O II H 11 K N C Y
up your Pension, Bounty or Bount) Lsnd papers, JM MAQ1C fOCkLT-UOOKS I
as to FORM, as wcu as suostsnee, enclose one
dollar andJtftv cenf and send to W, 11. tt O. 11
Morrison, Washington, D C , and th. book will
b. sent by mall to ny part of th. United Stales,
I ToUagt Paid nor S5 eodttawSt
T)ROPOBAL FOR WHAllP at port
J. 4 . AOYAU .f IT
iiATI uimkhhrii iwtfiaiwi mm, auw,
THK NAVY DFPARTMENT will, until theSSd
of Deembr, 1SS3, reeelre propositions for th
erection and completion of a Wharf at Port Royal.
South Carouse, In conformity with th general
specifications herewith accompanying. , .
The proposition must state th gross amount or
which th wharf, derricks, bolrtlng ngln, seal,
rail tracks, and ear will b completed according
to th plana and ipeelficatlon. and name the tlm
within which tha party will agre to hav It fin
ished. ,
Parties Intending to bid can examine thedraw
lagalathe Navy Department, and In th office of
th Constructing Lngtneer in th New lork Nary
Yard, at the office of the Navy Agent at Philadel
phia and at Boston.
The bid must b accompanied by the usual guar
antee that If accepted the party will execute th
contract, which will be dated Trom the tlm the
party la notified that his oflrr Is accepted, and the
contract will embrace the usual conditions
Specification for II harfat fort ttoyal , 9. C.
The wharf is to b In tha form of a Ti th part
leading from th shore to the front will be 621 feet
long and feet f Inches wldet and tha front will b
901 feet long and 43 fret laches wide. From high
water mark to VS" water tha distance Is SCSfeett
fromTS" depth to If S'Ube distance le 140feti
from IS' " depth to 95' " depth th distance Is to
feet, and the front wharf will stand la about S7'"
water, all at high tide
The piles are to be of good sound heart-pine, not
less than 12" diameter at the butt, and must be
driven to a good firm bearing) they will be in rows
8 feet from centre to centre, running across the
wharf, and seven piles In each row, with a fender
pile on each side, making S piles la each cross row.
These piles are to be barkeil and covered with aheet
tine. 10 ots to the square foot, from high-water
mark down to 6 Inches below th surface of th
mud, well and securely put on, to protect them
from the worms , , S
The piles will I cut off at the proper height, as
shown on the plan, and capped with hard pine tim
ber 12" by 12". every third pile being tennoned Into
the cap and pinned, and the others secured with an
Iron bolt on Inch In diameter and two feet long.
round th outside of the wharf there Is to be a
stringer of hard pin timber 9" by 12", resting upon
the capa and strongly bolted at each crossing, and
between these strlncere there are to be hard Din
Joists 4" by 12", laid 12" apart upon the caps, and
lasirnea wiin -incn spines ai rami crviog. upon
t he Joist s there Is to be a floor of " hard pin plank,
fastened with one S-lnch spike In each plank at
each crossing Around the edge of the wharf there
Is to be a cap sill 9" by 10", of hard pine, well fas.
tened and rounded on the top to shed the rain.
The fender plies are to be strongly bolted to the
stringers and cap sills Four clusters of about six
Jilles each are to be driren, capped, and prepared as
oundatlons for derricks) there are also to be twelt e
mooring posts of white oak timber, 12" In diameter,
well dm en and strongly secured to the wharf, at
the points Indicated on the plant these will be four
feet above the floor of th wharlgamd all piles are
to be sheathed with line, as before described
At each end of the front wharf, and on each aid
of the wharf leading from the shore, there Is to be
a landing stair ' " wide, strongly secured to the
wharf, and reaching to low water mark.
The contractor will be required to build a bulk
haarl whra tha wharf loins the shore, and fill un
with earth, to reeelre the rail track hereinafter de-
acnoea.
On the wharf, at the points Indicated on the plan,
will be four derricks lor hoisting coal, similar to
inoseusruai inu coniwinjiiua uw nunu ricr,
provided with all the necessary falls, with sufficient
rope to reach the hoisting engine, and shleres for
cnangei OI uirrciion, ami ail rrauj ivr uio in iiuii
lng coal A particular description of these derricks
will lata aril ra
Thw li tn U i holstlnr enrlne of moit ar
nroird construction, having four drums, and to be
0r Ufficlent power to worn tne rour aerricxs ar me
BAmr tme jn hoisting coal. OTer this engine there
la to he a frame house, to protect It from the
weaincr.
In the capsllls around th wharf there are to be
Iron ring-bolts of llnch Iron, and ring 6 Inches
diameter In the clear, placed at every 65 feet, and
Birongiy iSBienea io me biub idu imagers
nn thr wharf, and extendlne unon to the land.
will be a rail track of Iron, about flfu pound! to
tha vard. with such branches as mar te rcouired.
the total length of single track being U of a mllet
IhCiracK on ine wnan wm v is in uu me iiaua
floor, h 1th suitable chairs, and that ou the land on
tis 3' fl" aDart. laid in the usual manner, fhls
track is to be provided with 12 dumping cars prop
erly consiruciro lor mo vim com-"
On the land near the shore end of the wharf, as
shown on the plan, there Is to be a platform scale,
capable of weighing ten tons) the rail track will
tiasi oirr this scale as shown oni the Dlam there
111 al.o be a small office, eight feet square, near
tin? stale, ana two oi similar size on ine wnan
The propositions will be addressed to the Nai y
Department," ana must d aaaressea-"rroposKis
for Wharf at Port Roial," that they may bedls-
tinguisnea irom oiner Dusiness .eiiers.
nor29 3awtDec?3
S"
ECIAh NOTICE.
to the
CITIZENS OF WASHINGTON,
OFFICERS OF THE ARMY ASD hAVY.
ODEON HALL,
The old and established Emoorium of Clothlnr.
that has. for ao manr rears. suDolled th citizens
of Washington and uclnlty with all that Is es
sential for the elegance and comfort of the outci
man, Is now supplied with the most complete and
fashionable stock that we hare ever had the pleas-
j ure to oner
H COATS, PANTS, and VESTS of the most deslra
Die SI) lea inai coma ue loauu in me maraei.
Our assortment of SHIRTS. DRAWERS.
HOSIERY, GLO ES, fcc, cannot b surpassed and
will be sold at prices thst do not allow of compe
tition LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS.
LARGF STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS
LARGE STOCK OF MILITARY OVERCOATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRFSS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VFST8
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VFSTS.
INDIA RUBBER COODS OF ALL DESCRIP
TIONS VALISES, CARPFT-BAGS, fcc.
Our stock of BOYS and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
Isthelsrgestandmost fashionable that has ever
been offered In this city, and at the lowest prices
they can possibly be obtained In this city.
EjV- Call and aee us at ODLON HALL, corner 4
atreet and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth
ing Mart of Washington city,
nov 1 erery Tues, Tours, , Sat
I CQ TAKE NOTICE. CQ
M. T. PARKER,
NO 69 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Respectfully and cheerfully returns thanks for the
liberal patronage hitherto recelted
I Having every facility for doing
I THE BEST
I HOUSF, SIGN,
AND DECORA! IF
j PAINTING.
' Together with all work pertaining to a First
class Painting rstabllshment.
He has no hesitancy In soliciting a continuance
of the publlo's fat or.
Hie Prices are Reasotiabtej
Tha Work Unexceptionable
And particular attention is paid to
PR0MPTNFSS IN DELIVERY
yf-Remember the number I
5U Louisiana Avenue.
oct 31 Im bet Sixth and Seventh streets
M
A 11 K 11 A M U
MARKHAM S Is the best HOTEL In the City or
AiiiiNOTON,kept on the
EUROPEAN PLAN,
Adjoining Wiltardt' Hotel,
NO. 212, FrNNSTLVANU AVENLE.
Tlie undersigned hate fitted and furnished the
above named house In the best manner, giving it all
the modern Improvements, Including water and gas
In etery room, beds and furnishing goods not sur-
psssed In any bouse In the countr) .
We beg to assure those who may fat or us with
a call inlheordlnari, that It will be supplied with
every thing the market affords, got up In the best
style and at living prices
ine national Jtrwwicansuji- vieieei ii tu ue
our duty to lnt He attention to this house, and to
guarantee the public againut extortion in price or
neglect In attendance It will not be under the
'control of the servants, whether white or black "
Andwetendorse it and shall carry out the fact.
e can only ia to those coming to ashlngton,
I stop at the new European House, stop at the best
house, stop at the house nearest the cans and the
I Treaiukv. and to hat e the benefit of all this, stop
I at MARKHAM'S, 212 Pennsylvania avenue
I JOHN 11 HUDSON,
F P MARKHAM,
dec 5 Proprietors
ItKTBCTIVK DEPAHTMENT,
XJ METROPOLITAN POLICE,
No. ttlB Kleveutli street west,
Xtar the corner of Pennsylvania avenue.
The iut)lo are herebr Informed, thst .U cases
requiring th. sen ices or a dcteetlre ottlcer will be
npnmnttv .nil P.rfllllr .tt.nd.tl tO. " Irlt Of
A larg. assortment at wholesale by
J. R UILLON,
17 Ann street (up sUlrs),
New lork.
HHHBBI,!I',,"'H?HB!
j-VR BWBKT
INFALLIBLE '
LINIMteN'T,
GREAT 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 ts a speedy and certain reme
dy, and never falls This Liniment is prepared
from th reelp of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connect
icut, the famous bone-eetter, and has been used la
his practice, for mor than twenty years, with th
most astonishing luoseas.
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAW. It Is unrivaled
by any preparation before the public, of which the
most skeptical may b convinced by a single trial.
This liniment will cure rapidly and radically,
Rheoanatlo Dteordera of erery kind, and. In
thousands of cases, wher It has been used, tt ha
never bn known to fall.
FOR tiElRALaiAAX will afford Immediate relief
In erery caae, howet er distressing.
It will relieve the worst cases of UEADACUEla
three minutes, and Is warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE, also, will It cure Instantly.
FOR SERV0VS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LAS'
SITVDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, this
Liniment Is a most happy anl unfailing remedy.
Acting directly upon the nertous tissues, It
strengthens and ret It Hies the s) stem, and restores
It to elasticity and t Igor.
FOR PILES A an external remedy, wa claim
that It Is the best known, and we challenge tha
world to produce An equal. Erery victim of this
distressing complaint should glre It a trial, for It
will not fall to afford Immediate relief, and, In a
majority of cases, will effect a radical cure
QIMP ASD SORE THROAT are sometimes
extremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely
application of this Liniment will nerer fall to
cure.
SPRAISS are sometimes ver) obstinate, and en
largement of tha Joints is llabl to occur If neg
lected. The worst case may be conquered by this
liniment In two or thre days
BRUISES, CUTS, W0VSDS, SORES, ILCERS,
BURNS, AND SCALDS, yield readily to the won-
derfut healing properties of DR. SWEETS INFAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc
tions. Also, CHILBLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND
tSSECT BITES ASD STISQS.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
The Great Natural Bone Setter,
DR. STEPHEN 8WEE1 , OF CONNECTICUT,
Ii known all orer the United states
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is the author of " Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment."
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Rheumatism, and nerer falls
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
lathe best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Headache Immediately, and was nerer known
to fall
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Affords immediate relief for Piles, and seldom falls
to cure
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Toothache In one minute
DR. SWELT'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately and leatei
no scar.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the best remedy for Sores in the known world.
DR. SWEi-T'B INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Ha been used by more than a million people, and
all praise It
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Taken internally, cures Colic, Cholera Morbus, and
Cholera.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Iatrul) a "friend In need," and every family should
have It at hand.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Is for sale by all Druggists. Prlc 23 and fiO cents.
A Frit u it lu Need. Try It.
UR SWLEVS INFALLIBLE LIMMEST. as an
external remedy. Is without a rival, and wlM alia
i late pain more speedily than any other prepara
tion tor all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders It
Is trull infallible, and, as a curative for Sores.
Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, fcc , its soothing, heal
ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite
the Just wonder and astonishment of all who hare
ever given It a trial. Over one thousand certifi
cates of remarkable cures, performed by it within
the lsit two years, attest the fact.
To Horse, Otvueral
DR AH7..1.T' INIALLIBLE LINIMLNT FOR
HORSLS U unrivalled by any, and In all case! of
Lameness, arising from Sprains, Bruises, or
WrenoMng, Its efiect is magical and certain. Har
ness, or Saddle Galls, Scratches. Mange, fcc , It will
also cure speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented and cured in their Incipient atsges,
but confirmed cases are beyond the possibility of a
radical cure No case of the kind, however. Is so
desperate or hopeless but It maybe alleviated by
this Liniment, and Its faithful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable the horse
to trat el with comparatlt e ease
Kvery llorae Owner
should hat e this remedy at hand, for Its timely us
at the first appearanceof .Lameness will effectually
Krctent those formidable diseases, to which al
orses are liable, and which render so many other
wise taluable horses nearly worthless
DR. 3 W L E T S
INFALLIBLE LINISIENT
"" IS TUI
JUMIICII'H flllEND,
And thousends hsv. found it truly
A riUEND IN NLEOI
Caution.
To avoid imposition, obsert. the signature and
Ukenesaof Dr Stephen Sweet on eierj label, and
alio 4 Stephen Sweet'a Infallible Liniment " blown
In the gists of each bottle, without which none
are genuine
RICHARDSON a CO ,
Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
MORGAN 1- ALLEN, General Agents,
4S Cliff Street, New York.
g Sold by all dealers everywhere,
no 11 ly
m
HAILKOADS. " .
1H9.I i no,
BPRIXO ARRASSXXX1TT.,
NalW1 YORK IillII,
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOV AND PIIILADEU
PHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COM PA-
NIES LINES. i.
FROM PBILADELPBIA fO NEW YORK
AND .WAY PLACES,
From' Walaat r..t Wharf and K..
alna-ton Daaot.
WILL LIATI At FOLLOWS, TI2 I Fan.
a A.M ,TlCmJnii(l Attbo)T CfcA.
At
nnuiumuuitiiwii m m m w p.3B
At a A.M.,TlaCamdeaandJryCltyNw
Jersey Accommodation S.S0
At 8 A M.. via Kensington and Jersey City)
Morning Mall - - i.oo
At IIX P. M ,rla Camden and Amboy Acoom-
modatlan .oa
At S
At 4
P. M , via Camden and Amboy G. and
A. Fxpreaa ago
P. M . via Camden and Jersey City
Evening Express ,- . . . j.00
P. M , via Camden and Jersey City
3d Class Ticket " a M
At 4
At S P. M , via Kensington and Jersey Ctlyi
LrenlngMall S.Q0
At 13 P. M , tla Kensington and Jersey City t
Southern Mall . . i ou
At S P.M .vlaCamdenand Amboy Accom
modation (Freight and Passenger
lit class ticket - - J.25
3d class ticket - 1.60
The flW P. M. Line runs dally, Sundays excepted.
Th 13 P. M. Southern Mall ruaaMally.
WA V"1T NES.
For Brlttol, Trenton, fcc , at 7 10 and ttf A. M,
and ft, CM and 13 P. M , from Kensington, and H
P-, M. from Walnut street wharf
For Bristol and Intermediate stations at UK A.
ai .iron lYCDBiDgum.
For Palmyra, Ri vert on, Delanoo, Beverly. Bur-
tiuiiuu, eiorvDce, uorueuiown. an , ai lift, i, , o
andSV P. M.
Steamboat Trenton, for Bordentown and Inter
mediate stations, at s; r. m , from walnut street
wharf
EJ- For New York, and Way Lines leaving Ken
sington Depot, take the Cars on Fifth street, above
Walnut, half an hour before departure. The Car
run Into the Depot, and on arrival of each Train,
run from the Depot. ,
Fifty pounds of Baggage only allowed each paa
senger. Passengers arc prohibited from taking
anything as Baggage but their wearing apparet
All Baggage orer fifty pounds, to be paid for extra.
The Company limit their responsibility for Baggag
to One Dollar per pound, and will not be llabl for
any amount beyond too Dollars, except by special
coniraci, vtiu. it, UAiAMa.lt, Agent,
up 23 T
W
INTER AIlRANaEHKNT.
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltlmor
KAI, LIIOAD
On and after MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1841,
PASSES a ER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
For Baltimore, at S SO a. m . 8. IS a, m , UM a. m .
(Express,) and law p. m.
For Chester, at 8 IS a. m , 1 1.33 a. ta . i.4S and W 60
P m
For Wilmington, at S 30 a. m , 8.15 a. m., tl SS a.
m , s 45 and 10.60 p. m.
For New Castle, at 8.18 a. in. and S.4S p. m,
For Dover, at 8.1ft a. m. and 3 4S p. m.
For Mil ford, at 8 19 a. m.
For Salisbury, at 8.1ft a. m.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore at 8J0 a. m .(Express,) 1 05 p.
m, (Express,) 6 30 and 7 p. m , (Fxpress )
Leave Wilmington at 7 30 and 1133 a in, 4 16,
83, endf.&Op m.
Leave Salisbury at 3.30 p. m.
Leave MlUordat4ftp.m.
Lear Dover at s a. m. and f.10 p. m.
LeareNewCastleatlla m. andatOp m.
Leave Chester at 8.M a. m , 13.10, 4W. and 1 30
p. m
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermedial
statlona at ft.30 and 7. p. m.j for Dover and Interme
diate stations, at 1 05 p. m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Lear Chester at 8.4ft a. m.. 13 00 and 11 30 p. m.
Leave Wilmington at 434a.m,3Sa.m. 13.8S
p. m , and 13 a. m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached,
will run as follows
Lear Phlladelohla. for Perrvvllle and lnterme-
dlat place, at 6.10 p. m.
Leave tviimingion, ior rcn t tu ana imermeai
at places, at 7 10 p. m
Lear Baltimore, for Harr de Grace and Inter
mediate stations, at a, ta.
ON SUNDAYS ONLYt
At 3 30 a m. and 10 00 p. m , from Philadelphia to
Baltimore. t
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia
The 8 so a. m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more will run dally, Mondays exceftxd
S M. FELTON,
jan 3 tf President.
1?OH BOSTON. VIA NEWPORT AND
1 FALLRIER.
By th splendid and auperlor steam- - . JT .
ers M tTROPOLI8,EMPiRE JiBaBC
STATE, BAY STATE, and STATE OV MAINE,
of great strength and speed, but particularly
adapted to the navigation of Long Island Sound,
running In connection with tha Kail river and Old
Colony railroad, distance of 68 miles only to Bos
ton. Leave Pier No 8, North river, near the Battery.
The steamer EMPIRE STATE, Capt. Brayton,
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock
P. M , touching at Newport each way.
The steamer METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4 o'clock
P. M . touching at Newnort each war.
These steamers are fitted with commodious state
rooms, and every arrangement for the security and
comfort of passengers, who are afforded by this
route a night1 rest on board, and, on arrival at
Fait river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching
Boston arlr th followlnc mornlnar. or ma v remain
on board until starting of the accommodation at 8
a. w , Dy wnicn mcy may reacn Boston about B.U
A. M.
A baggage master Is attached to each steamer,
who receive and tickets th baggage, and accom
panies th sam to Its destination.
A steamer runs, in connection with this line, be
tween Fall river and Providence, dally, except Sun-
uajl
Freight to Boston Is forwarded through with
great dispatch by an Fxpress Train, which, learea
Fall river every morning, Sundays excepted, at 7K
o'clock, far Boston and New Bedford, arriving at
its destination at about 11 A. M.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or at th
office, on Pier No. 3, North river For state-rooms
and bertbs.applyon board, or If desired to secure
them in adt ance, to
WM. BORDEN, Agent,
aug 17 tf 70 and 71 West street, N. 1 .
W
KHT, NUllTI.WKST,
AND SOUTH-
tvauB'i'a
TO CIVILIANS, OFFICFRS, BANDS-MEN,
SOLDIERS, AND OTHFRS.
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
are running through passenger trains from Wash
ington to the Ohio river, without change of cars
dally at 7)f a. m. and 6 p. m , and offers greater In
ducements to the tratellngpublio that any other
route, viz i
CHEAPER FARE,
LESS CHANGES OF CARS,
CLOSER CONNECTIONS,
AND QUICKER TIME.
This Is Vie only route that checks baggage from
Washington city to the West. Tickets good until
used; and passengers have the privilege of laying
over at any point on the route
Passengers procuring tickets bj this route, save
th delay and expense of Omnibus transfer.
REMEMBER THE ONLY OFFICE to procure
tickets, Is at the depot of B fc t. R. R, Baggage
received at any hour during the day, and no charge
for handling baggage. augao tf
&
AFKTY, SPEED, AND COIIPORT.
FOR BOSTON,
"LtSTER, PALMER, FITCHBURO,
.VASHUA, LOWLLL, CONCORD, THK
WHITE MOUNTAINS. AND IN
TERMEDIATE POINTS.
the new and staunch steamers of
ine rtorwicn Line. Lirv ur bus.
1 TON and CITY OF NEW YORK, leav. N.w York
dally. (Sundays excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. m , from
I Pier No SO, North River, foot ofeitry street,
FOR NFW LONDON,
There connecting with the Steamboat Eapreas
Trsln for th. abot e points, via Norwich and Wor
cester, Boston and Worcester, Worcester and
Nasbau, and New London and Northern Railroads.
Freight tsken at the lowest rates.
For informstlon, inquire of
F. S MARTIN,
my 2fl tf Agent, on the Pier,
I "pVANB , WATSON'
I PHILALVLriUA,
I SALAMANDFR,
FIRE AND
BURGLAR PROOF
S A F B S.
Store, 79 aouth Fourth street.
. Philadelphia, Pa
Orders received by
' n tJ Diibriiciivi
I Corner of Seventh and D streets,
I Washington, D C.
, Janlt-iy
JUST 11KCEWKD, a large and superior stock
or CARPETS and OILCLOTH, amounting to
360 pieces, purchased for cssh of a Northern manu
facturer declining buslneia
Also, a largeiot ol COMFORTERS, WINDOW
SHADES, CROCKERY, GLASS WARE and other
HOUSEKEEPING" ARTICLES, Including Parlor,
Chamber and other STOVES. All kinds of CABI
NET FURNITURE, both new and second-hand,
.Parties wishing to buy will save tlm and money
I br calling at the cheap cash store of
1 R.BUCHLY,43S Seventh strest,
no 1 lm east side, between G and H,
RAJLltOADS..'
N:
KW BOATS-MOW CA1U).
FOR BOSTON,
T
NEW LONDON, NORWICH, and WORCESTER
DAILT,
(Snadayt Excepted,)
fJ j 1 At 4 O'clock, F M.,
rnoftt
PIER IS N. K., tOOT OF VESTRV STREET.
Th bew and maafalflmnt ateanerCITY OF !Ot
TON, Wra. Wiloox, aotnmander. from New York
Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays; and from
new irtmaon -monaays, wconesaays, ana eriaays
' ThenewandmaglDcentateamerCrrYOFNKW
YORK, Thomas G. Jewett. commander, from New
York Mondap, Wednesdays, and Fridays if ron.
New London Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur
days. .
These two new steamers have been built express
ly for this route, with all modern Improvements, In
cluding Water Tight Compartment, and are 'the
only steamers ever built (or Long Island Sound
with this great life-preserving Improvement.
Conductors accompany the steamers each way.
Passengers proceed from New Londonlmmedlata
ly on arrival of steamers, by Express Train to Bos
ton, Worcester. Lowell. Lawrence, Fltchbmg
Nashua, Concord, the Whit Mountains, fcc. fcc.
Passengers returning from Boston leave th De-
Sotofth Boston and Worcester railroad at oM
'. M , Worcester 7 P. M , arriving at New London
SO P. M.
Freight taken at tha Lowest Rates, and deliver
ed In Boston early th nxt day.
at at Rooms In abundano ean b had on boan
steamer, or at th Boston or New Tork o Dices, ix
advance. m E. R. MARTIN, Agent,
my If Pterw, N. R.
GREAT CENTRAL ROVTB
For tit West, via
IIUDSOX RIVER RAILROAD and AbH
YORK CEXTRAL RAILROAD.
bn amo Arrca Deimek 9, 1661, ,
Fanress Trains 1ava Srvt Vnrk ltv Anr.im nl
Hudson River Railroad dally, Sundays excepted, as
follower
From Chambers street
At 7 a. ra.
II a m ,0 p.m.
nop ro
Montreal abd Buffalo
Train with ''sleeping
From 80th street station
At 7 28 a. m.
II so a. m., S30p. m.
3 40 p.m.
10 40 p.m.
-'Tiara. iv-iop. m.
ua Bunaays, in ioiiowi
ing trains will be run to
and from loth atreett Tha iaaon. m.laninT mi
train for Albany and Troy, and th MO a. m. iron.
Troy, and 14 p, m train from Albany.
Connecting-at Albany with the New Tork Cen
tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester, Utlca,
Batavla, Rome, and stations on Rome and W ater
town Railroad, Buffalo, Syracuse, Niagara Falls,
suspension Bridge, Auburn, Geneva, 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, Madison, Prairie IhiChlen, Galena!
Dunletth Dubuque, Peoria, Rock Island, Musta
tlne, Iowa City Burlington, Qulncy, Springfield,
Alton, St. Louis. Cairo, Terr Haute, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Dayton. Columbus, Cleve
land, and all points West, Northwest, and Sooth-
wm. x
NORTHERN ROUTE.
Connecting with Train at Troy, with Troy and
Boaton, and Reus, and Saratoga Roads for Sarato
ga, Whitehall. Rutland, Burlington, St Albans,
Roua point, FlatUburgh, Ogdensburgh, Montral.
k,h. i
CJ" Freight Arangementa by thu rout as abot
without change of cars, from th Depots In Cham-
vvaa aii iiuuavu iticciaiBia a. aigi ,iuacaiaB lavura-
bl as made by other Railroad Companies The
itciuun ui atm gcva mw iura noute, to in
West, commend ltto the confidence of merchants
and shippers for promptneis and despatch
Passenger Tralni. with Smoking and Bleeping
Car, run In connetion on th New 1 ork Central
Road.
For particulars as to local trains and freight ar
rangements, Inquire at the depot, U Warren street.
A. F. SMITH,
deo 17 Superintendent.
"pRIK KAIIYWAV.
Pasienger Trains leave via Pavonla Ferry from
foot of Chambers street, as follows, viz t
600 a. m, Mall for Dunkirk and Intermediate
stations.
This train remains over night at Elmlra and pro
ceeds th next morning.
7 00 a m. Express, for Buffalo and principal in
termediate stations.
too a.m. Milk, dally, for Otlsvllle and tnterm
dlat stations
lt.ll p. m. Accommodation, dally, for Port Jervis
and principal stations.
4 oo p. m. Way, for Mlddletown, New burgh, and
Intermediate stations.
0 00 p. m. Night Express, dally, for Dunkirk, Bul
falo, Canandalgua, and principal stations Tha
train of Saturday runa through to Buffalo, but dot
not run to Dunkirk.
7 oo p. m. Fmlgrant, for Dunkirk and principal
atatloa.
Th Express Trains connect at Hornellaville with
railroad for Buffalo, at Elmlra with the Canandal
gua and Niagara Falls Railroad) at Bingham ton,
with th Syracus Railroad t at Corning with the
railroad for Rochester and Buffalo) at Great Bend,
with th railroad for Scranton, and at Buffalo and
Dunkirk with the Lake Shor Railroad for Cleve
land, Cincinnati, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, fcc , and
the Canada railroad!.
CHARLES MINOT,
sep 12 General Superintendent,
CIIAIlhEl'
CORDIAL
GH2NJ,
Is distilled In London, and put
up solely In quart and pint bot
tles, to meet the requirements
of Drugglsts,and thoa to whom
Pure and Unadulterated Liquor
Is a Necessity or a Luxury.
It Is th oldest established of all the GINS (1)
which have started Into existence upon the basis
of Its well-deserved and hard-earned celebrity.
It has no connection with, and Is in no way lilt
the trashy mixtures sold as "English Gin' or "Old
Tom," or "London Dock," or London Gin," he ,
ae.no matter how much "antiquity" or 'respect
ability" ts assumed by their begetters.
Dr. valentine Mott.of New York, says "It is
far preferable to even rune Holland Gin, and Is the
best article of Its kind I have ever seen." So say
thousands of physlclana.
The New Tork Herald saist "We are surprised
at Its beneficial effects It Is a certain safeguard to
health "
The Philadelphia Ledger ss):"lt baa no supe
rior, If an equal, In medicinal virtues "
The New Orleans Picayune says "There Is no
remedy on earth for dyspepsia equal t It "
TheBoaton Journal saysi As a beverage, as a
preventative, or as a remedial agent, we want no
other. It Is our vada mecuat."
WoHXMor Amebic, for you It is particularly
adapted. In sickness or beaiyi, it Is your greatest
friend.
B. BALDWIN fc CO,
SOLE iMFOETEai,
1 Uberty street, New ork.
Sold In Washington by
LOVELL, COLLESfcCO,
lie E street, near Pennsylvania avenue,
And by dealers generally. dec 12 ly
rWtAIHS AGAINST UNITED STATES.
FINLEV BIGGER, (late Register of the United
States Treasury,) and CHARLES F. SHERMAN,
Counsellors at Law, will devote their entire atten
tion to the prosecution and settlement of demands
against the United States, growing out of the pres
ent war, including the Accounts and Claims ol
States, Contractors, and Disbursing Offleeni appli
cations for tha restoration of property illegally
seised or captured, and for compensation for the
us of private property for Government purposes,
and for damages for th Injary of such property by
th army, for military pay, pensions, and bounty
lands) and for distributive shares of moneys paya
ble at the Treasury and due to tub-contractors and
others.
They wilt also ghe legal advlc to claimants,
contractors, and to unprofessional agents in Utl-
Sated cases) and prepare written arguments when
faired
With non-resident Agents who may send tnem
claims, an equitable division of commissions will
be made
Undisputed Demands will be collected and
promptly remitted foe a commission of from a halt
to two and a half per cent , depending on th
amount, and negotiations with the Departments
conducted on moderate terms.
By prompt attention, moderate charges, long ex
perience, and a mlnut knowledge of the ex laws,
regulations, rules, and precedents governing that
clais of buiineis at the Departments, they hope to
render their sen ices useful to claimants and public
creditors
Reference maybe made to membersof Congress,
and officers of the Government) and especially, by
EermlsBlon,totheHon.ELisHA.WiiiTTtESEr,Hrst
omptroller of the Treaaury
Address Messrs. BIGGER fc SHERMAN,
Washington, D C
Office, No IIS F street, near Treasury and W 11
lards Hotel. novo m.
G.
V. GOODAIX,
PLUMBER,
OAS AND STEAM FITTER,
56. Sevtnlh ttrnl, near Canal Iiridgi,
WASHINGTON,
All orders executed .t the shortest AOtlc,, in th.
most substantial manner, and on reasonaOX. terms.
Parsonal attention given to .very department ol
th. business. nor M
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