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DR. M. VSIXMrm MMttBotfltaVlnUM
rtdtral Block, raraw of SnttfliintfrAneU,
opposk th. Pott tal .fttenVbttcW. koo
an4 M, p stain, Washington, D. 0.
rnoet KicaUlelunaw, Bd tUc&cVV ef
fected In .U-f-eeaV STrSlLTTtO'AfFEC-
Tioxs, aoxoBnaacA,aLjcsT, orator-
USES, BXX1KAL WXAXUXSS, or th. remit
of rOLUTTCOtrS pRSAKSor tiy Week
ness of the OEXXRATIVXOROAXStrom any
cane whaUrer, or bow lonn standing, thor
on(Uj4,raHUetUr caredj alto COPT,
RBtmf4tW 'NIBlULOlA, "my! other
CLX. 'XO'lfXS an4 JOINTS; SCROFULA,
BLOTCSXS on UwiCWIflWrOA'Sou
th. zjaaj .'i icwr.udtii other.jKsra'-
TITX D1SZUX8 e-4 saXASIStot th
XLOOD,'fromtotmr cause (Any TMy Aewe
arfam. , -
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE I
Mo nutter whet your neiua. Hot) fait del
Icacypm -ant you from applying; InieJleUlj
to Dr. Vetlny, who U aekw Isdfwl to b by
farUit-ostgllljC Ml,lll UHBICIANto the
treatment of prlTeie ea" r, Jtmi not to come
end mak. known jonrnilttorraiiM, and he will
epe-rflly tend jon on jonr,ry rejoicing.'
That dreadful scourjefof th young. Indulged
In when alone, destroy the geaeratlT.
organ, unite you fbr married life, ptodndis;
weakneee of the back and Hmbe, loss of anima
tion and ninKnlar power,. palpitation of the
heart nsrrous Irritability, lots of memory, mel-
ancholy habits, Inaaottj, consumption, and
TOUNQ'MAN I In Tltw of the dreadful con
sequence, of delsy, do not fall to make your
caa known, Immediately, to Dr. Tellny. Tonr
secrets with him are tiered, and you may con'
fldently rely upon hie medical skill.
Thousand! whoa systems were shattered and
who wer on th brink of the gray., hate been
brought back to rigorous health by his skilful
Married persons, or those contemplating
matrimony, who suspect themselre of Impo
ency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising
irom a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether th result of disease, Injury, youthful
ndlseretloua, or Indulgence of the passions In
riper years, are earnestly entreated to place
tuemselree nnder the care of Dr. V. They may
rely with certainty nponn speedy cure, and np
ou being restored to full health and rigor.
II treats with entire eucceee all disease ol
female nehttLSUOOXRVEAoi WOTTES,
LAPSUS UTXXI, Ac., Ac, and In erery cue
guaranteea a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMU
NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI.
Ptasoas calling en no one but the Doctor.
Those st a distance may be tuatid by mml,
by sending a STATEMENT of CASE, Ac, Ac.
ATTORNEY .FOR eUJMANTS,
CQUTSJl OF RTSlTB AHD P STKCBTS.
OppOtlU thi Pod OJJUt,
WASHINGTON! D. C,
Prosecutes Claims for Pensions. Bountr Moner.
Bounty .land Warranta, Lost Propartr, Aecrultlng
Omccrs, and all other Just Claims against the Gov
Also. Patents procured for Inventors.
Special attention glren to caaes before the Court
Feee reaaonablf in all cases to wlti
In each Pension cam, - . so oo
Bounty Money ease. --. soo
Bounty Land ease, ftoo
ray uaia j.oo
Widows and alnor children who are poor, half
the ahoreratee. Those who are cxthmcly ik
DiocRT.free of charge, enccpt men disbursements.
Corespondents will be entitled to share the fees
la all eaeee they forward.
Consulting counsel, Hon. R. H. GILLET, late
United statee Solicitor of the Court of Claims and
ormer Solicitor of the Treasury.
Special 2tfirtnct by JWrmlMlon:
Hon. Richard Wallach, Mayor of Wuhlngton.
Hon. W. W.Seaton, ex-Mayor of Washington.
Lewis Johnson h. Co., Bankers, Washington.
sweeny a. Hurck, Bankers. Wasklagton.
Ex-Govenor Hunt, of Lockport, New York.
Judgr Gardiner, of Lockport, New York.
Hon, John Gannon, State Senator, Buffalo, N. T.
Hm. Burt Vanhorn, member of Congress from
Hon. Q. V. Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf
falo. Messrs. Hubble at Darin, Counsellors, Buffalo,
Judge Bo wen, of Lockport, New York.
Judge Woods, of Lockport, New York.
Hon. T. T. Flagler, ex-member of Congress from
New Tor. '
Hon. John Gaoson, President of the New York
and Erie Bank, Buffalo, N. Y.
And ell inctplntttagu of Consurnpffon.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
O. BOSVTELL, Druirlit,
Cor. Maryland aTenue and Brrentk at.,
And Z. D. OILMAN,
Ptinni aTenue, near Browne' Hotel.
Charlie Allen, W. B. Eatwlile,
1. & Clark, John H. Major,
L.M. amllh, B C.Major,
H. H. Merheraon, J. V. Nairn,
s. C. Ford, J, D. O'Donuel,
1. r. MUbura, J. V. Oawaon,
Charles Mott D. O. Rldfelr.
la Ceorfetowo by Kldwell, Sothorun, Sclaaell,
And bf Drue, jlits and Sutlera generallj.
WIIEBE, OH WHERE I IT1 Who Is
there among rpu that Is not In want ol
something In the way of Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Caps! And the best plsce to get them
Is at the moat popular Clothing House of J. II.
SMITH h CO., No. ao Set enth street, where you
can find th greateat variety of Clothing and ruro
lehlng'OoodV for Men and Bora wear. We can
iCeli- ..v thataue atoek of Clothlnv l. n.
a .... --J-.
thug In this market;ed our reputation for aalllng
Good Ooods Cheap Is trust but the old mailm, that
"a nimble sixpence Is better thsa a slow ahiuinr.'
1. th. br'lnJlnl. that La. tulll'un our Imm.n .
,, .. ., .a, ., , , .
rices, and we are all the time recehlngnewgoods
from our manufacturing estaUlshment.tlb'. 40l
West Baltimore street, f
Do not fall to call at J. H. SMITJI C(S., No.
M seventh street, where you can by UotbUg at
J. II. SMITH k CO.,
No. 4AO Seventh street,
and corner Twentieth street and Pa. avenue,
noy SI dtjaal
CLOTHING ilOUlK IN
.O.ftt Seventh street,
between I and X.
rrXlHIUrreEH-A LIGHT DIIAFT COPPERED
JL ftCHt-ON H, is tons capevlt) , for sale or char
ter, on larorable trrms inquire Immedltteh ol
J.B.HUTCHINiON CO,4 Fourteenth street,
upuui- iiiitaikM' IIOIC1. uec IB t
PftWli VrftlaVMr WiuftlM1"
THE PASSENGER TRAINS
1 'between k-
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE AND THE WEiT
r irtti Wn m HoUowir c t -
Stm Patty Train to Watktngton and Ae WV-f .
70 Vatty fYaini tetter fraV rnnd tha Wai.
On 9M4,1llrrirwi$ ioMimoMoni tntUlhe
- rofiowsi 7.40 a. m . aad I and fi p. in. t
Paaaengera forth Wermk nnectloo
.1 WatJilnftoa Jautloo JIUUt) wlthlh Bsltlmort
ind Ohio i-ftllrtwd for HI point Yftit, dhnMrrtiei
off think any hr line. .-;
v itT numstfykUwid Sfw r -uav wasMniton
ax m a. n.i 11 a- n , uu wv
it AMtoIu-lv WMhloilon at (a. m. and
',P' to" fOR ALT. POINTi WEST,
aaJ Itatlpatalontlh rUlllmorfftiiJ Ohio lUllroid
1t Waahlncton at and l. .. and . W p.
a.,i and on Sundiya at . p. m.
TKAIN MOVING SOUTH
f .r. V Vark .1 1 m.. to. PntladflMila at 11.90
aJm.BalUnotatl4Bp.M. ArrU at-W-ihlnf-,
con iioiop. to,
, imti New York at D. .. rhllaJtlphla at 10 W
p. n.. Baltimore ati.a.m. Arrt at WiiUBf,
torn at . n. m -........--.
lar lew York at It p. m.. PhUadalphla at 1.30
a. m., BUlmor at 1. W a. m. Anira a. Waahlng
ton at 9M a. m ... .
UMal Aeoommoaaiion Train, icarv oitniniorti m
10 m. n. and ft.10 p.m., for Washington) arrirt thare
at n a. m. and 7 p.m.
On. suadan at 4,0 and 7 M a. -. onlf. from Ba1
No AnnapolU eonnaelionj on Sunday front Balti
more or Wathlnjton,
PaaftMMra Uarlnf Waahlnfton at and 1 M a.m.
and a p. m., make connatloni at WMhlaglon Juno
tloa I KaiaTl with tralnt on th Baltlmora and Ohio
railroad, for all polatawcit of thvOhlo rltcr and
for all polnta along tho line of thot Baltimore and
Ohio road. In Maryland and Virginia.
Trains icara Anaapolia for Baltimore and Wash
ington, flail, exetpt suiktlara, at 6.4ft a. m,t and s 40
P'paaaiigrrTralni leering WaahlDgien at a. at ,
1 1 a. m., and S p. ., and tCatlmor at 4 M and 1M
..n.ulMp.iii stop onlr at Annapolis and
Washington Junatlonav . ..
War Paasengsrs must take the Accommodation
Trains onlr. W, P. SMITH,
nor 17 Master of Transportation.
A DAUB KXPRKIB COafPAKV,
UiBceai Pinn. tcaiu,
Washington Ctfy, D, l
GREAT RASTERN. KORTMERN.and WEST
ERN EXl'RESS FORWARDERS.
Merchnnaiae, Monan Jawalrr. Valuables,
Nts, Stocks, Bonds, .fcc,
ronrartWdwtth SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
aceeaslble sections of the country,
has AgeneUe In the p
the Drlncloal railway towns In the
flUKTH. EAST, WMI. AU nun
Ita nrinxlnal offlces are
WASHINGTON D. C, N. TORIC.BOSTON,
CIXXATT, AT. LOUIS, LOUIS
Connections are made at New York and Boston
with fnrwardlne to the Canada and the
British Provinces, and with steamship llors to Llr-
enool, Boutnampton, ana narre, ana inence vj
European expreasee to all prominent eommerclal
towns In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills made at all
accessible parts of the United states.
C. C. DUNN, Agent,
j i Washington, D. C.
SOLICITORS' OF PATENTS AND CLAIMS.
Bounties, Femslons, Back Par Officers'
HcrrtUUuf , sad all other Jast Claims,
SsfalMSt Us OersnuasnU
OFFICE No. 4tB SEVENTH STREET,
Washimotok, D. C,
And No 3 Pari Plact, comr of Broadioayt
oppotiti City Itolt, Ne York.
Reftrs, by perwtleeton, to
Hons. Hannibal Hamlin, Vice President, Me.j
hi an in Italhflalacb. Maror Cltr of Brooklyn t Abl
jahMann,Jr. New York City t John N.Goodwin,
W. u,. inomaa . Mwama, ,.-- n. , .j ;-1
Burnham, M. C Conn. Dwixht Loomla, M. C,
Conn.i John A. Curler,' M. C., Ohio i James M.,
Ashler, M.C.Ohloi Sidney Edgerton,M. CH Ohlo(
JohnSVcWn;,M,( b. Ohio: John Covode.M.C,
w srs ktsr K'terrwvcrwisT:
Cta'ndtor.M. C, Mich., James H, Lane, M. C:.
Kanaaat Cvrua Aiancn. . c Pimn. wm. xei-
logg. M. C. Ill.i John T. Nixon, M. C., N. J.t John
Ln.Hiranes, v l., n. j.i r, a. ioum, n. -,,
Hl.I uwen LOVejoy. Pi. vH Ull r. mmr, dr., m.
u mo., j inriage u. apauiaing, iu. . n. i.iai1
N 'v iHaln?faVura1 HBbuf.
' ii"' iflSJ VvimsBSMrt Cltr
'una fM rlis iKJhanl
Knapp, .aq., rrea. Mecnanica
irea r:iy. ii. u i
yeai N. 'wyekoff,
or all onanrsARO rnicts.
Warrantee! Cold Band Window Shades! Buir.
Green, and Blue Holland Bliades, all sizes) made to
Also, ft handsome assortment of Picture Cord and I
Tassels, all aires and colors.
purduuineiorcasn. ana auowina no oiu stock io
aocumutate, mreoni needing the above roods will
flnit it f n f hfp aulvantare to aire ma a call.
AH work executed and superintended bv practical
men, who have sen ed a regular apprenticeship at
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay required.
Please glre me a sail.
Remember the number.
No. ids seventh street,
Fight doors above Odd Fellows' llsll.
Pl. iruuais, iu. u. in .nvcuior inu paicuice
of ths Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personally at
ftfantf hSHARS Ann lsit tViASlA tAavtth .stIaa siAnnA
wearo'tJaMno person can w.aroth.r. who
cannot wear thesa.
I'ersocs caiungai my ones can iw accommouaied
with any stvte and price of Teeth they may desire.
but to those who are particular, and wish the pur -
est, cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture
that art can produce, ths Mineral Plats will be
more fully warranted,
Rooms In this city No. 135 Pennsylvania are-
nur. between Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, M7
nur. Wiwnu iviuiuavuu
Arcb street, Philadelphia.
O IT PR K,
I HON UALL
340 PenneylYaula Avenue,
, WhoIesaU ami Retail Dealer in
FINEST FAllILV OHOCKHIE9,
FRENCH and GERMAN WINES,
LIQUORS, CORDIALS, 0HAMTA0NE3,
BRANDY, RVM, Q IN,
CIGARS and TOBACCO,
Has now on hand
a cry Jin attorlmtnt of the above, at fair prices
vw ANDBIUPMriBDIIETHOD ron
1 PIANO rORTE AND SINUINO.
' V- ALEXANDEll WOWWBKI.
tlANtST, VOCALIST J D COMPOSES,
' H-s opened Ladles and Gentlemen's Afternoon
1 1 o'clock) and KvenloglS o'clock) ringing Classes,
ou mo.t liberal terms. Profes-or Wolowskl wlli
also explain the full theorvcf Music and lieadtng
By Professor Wolowskl's new method, a persou
having out) a slight knowledge of music will be
enabled, la ateryshurt time, to read music with
gieat facility, and execute operatic as welt as
classical muslo with rare perfection.
As to the vocal psrt, b his way of vocalisation,
kairriVfltl DlUlt ttrnrrilnei-v rsBiiita. ranrisr
i the lolce powerful, and enables the slogerto c
callie with facllltr, ac.urac),and flos ouallt) c(
i Prof. Wolowskl receHes visitors dally from 10 to
11 a- iu. and from a to 4 p. m., at Ms rrsldencs, No.
' iil Tenth street, between K and F.
, KB Children oer eight jearsorage are ac-
1 cevted. Ae s imd.
SOLDIEkV HLULV ASSOCIATtOS.
CAce, fio. ITS F stretf , cor. Thirteenth.
Com mum; at Ion to be adores sl to
J W. HATH A WAV,
o:t 16 tf Lock box S3, WasMnifton, D. C
r', Atunfl ift -r$? ,.Mr x.m inini
.omrvv. .,-.. - .
t iMmmmJhiwm aaneivnnt.
n; Norwich; and woRcisftr,
) (tnndaye JCxeeptd,)
At4 Cetoek.r. M.,
PIKR S N. It, FOOT OF VESTRY STREET.
The new and magi IB cent steamer CITY OF BO.
TON, Wm.' V lleox. commander, from New York-
Tuesdays.'. Thursdays, and Saturdays, and from
New London Mondays, Wednesdays, and Frldaye,
The new and maglllcent steamer CITY OF NKW
YORK, Thomas G. Jewert. commander, from New
York Mondaj-i, Wrdaeadars, and Fridars; from
New London Tuesdarf, Tharsdajra, ana,Satu
These two new steamers hart been built express
Irforthli route, with atluodern improvements. In
cluding Water Tight Compartment, and are the
onlr it earners rrer buBt for Long Island Sound
with this great lire-preserTlag Improvement.
Conductors accompany the steamers each way.
Passengers proceed from New London Immediate
ly on arrival of steamers, by Express Trelato Doe
too, Worcester, Lowell. Lawrence, Fltchborg
NaBiuia Concord, the White Mountains, eke. lie.
r.paseengcrs returning from Boston leave the De
pot of th Boston und Worcester railroad at S.M
P. M Worcester 1 P. M- anirlng at New London
ajo p. M,
Ftelfht taken at the Lowest Ratea, and dfllrf r
ed in Boaton early the next day t
state Rooms in abundane cn he had on boarr
steamers, or at the Boston or New York offices. It
advance. K. S. MARTIN, Agent,
mj-tf I'lerw, N. R.
rinBAT CENTRAt. IIOUTR
IT For tbe lVest, via
UUmOX 31IVKR RAILROAD and A'ATI
YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD.
On and Arrtn DcrcMsr. t, tMt,
Express Trains leave New York city depots ol
Hudeon Hirer Railroad dally, Sundays excepted, as
From Chambers street
At 7 n. m.
II a. m., 8 p.m.
i.l p. m.
Montreal and Buftalo
Train with sleeping
From 0th street station
At t M a. m.
Ol Sundsrs. the follow
og trains will be run to
1 10 top. m. sleeping eat
and from auth street t The
train for Albany and Troy, and thecXsOn,
. i rem
iroy, ana lup.m. min irom iuonnj.
Connecting at Albany with the New York Cen
tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester, Ullca,
Bat art a, Rome, and stations on Rome and Water
town Railroad, Buffalo, Syracuse, Niagara Falls,
Suspension Bridge, Auburn, Geneva, Canaddalgua.
Trains In connection leave Buttulo and Suspen
sion Via Lake Shore, Ouealo and Lake Huron an&
Great Western Railroad, for Hamilton, Toronto,
Detroit, Chicago. Toledo, Mil wank If, Fooddu Lae,
La Crotee, Madison, Prairie DuChten, Galena,
Dunlelth Dubuque, Peoria, Rock laland, Musta
tlne, Iowa City Burlington, Quinsy, fatrlnf field,
Alton, St. Louis. Calro,Terre Haute, IoUauaioIls,
Louisville, Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus, (lre
land, and all polnta West, Northwest, and South
west. NORTHERN ROUTE.
Couectlng with Trains at Troy, with Troy and
Boston, and Hens, and Saratoga Roads for Sarato
ga, UMtehalL Rutland, Burlington, St. Albans,
Rome Point, Flattsburgb, iigde nsburgh, Montreal,
Freight Arangsmenta by this route as above,
without change of cars, from the Depots In Cham
a A ii.. iT a a. ... . .11 i' .... .--
uri inu nisuaou iirrviiiaio iuitri iaurn
Ibleas made by other Railroad Companies. The
( facilities of this grsat New lork Route, to the
Paneor IraW wllU Smoking ;l"l;le
Can. run In eonnetlon en tna N.w i oik Central
I Bd" ... . . ... r . i .
Tor particulars as to local Iralni i and Irrlf lit ar.
'i'". Inquire nt thedrrt,uVarrenatiett.
iesi, commrou ii io in coaiiurocv oi mcrcnnuis
I dee 17 Superintendent
Pasirneer Trains leave We FaronU Ferrr from
foot of Chambers street, as follows, Ii i
soo a. tu. Mall for Dunkirk and Intermediate
This train remains over night at Flnilra and pro
ceeds the next morning.
7 00 a. m. Express, fur Buffalo and principal In
9 00 a.m. Milk, dally, for utiiuue ana inicnne
..- - - "
tVi iP ivIt"J MidJlatnwa Nhuh a 1
tf 5,T?vJJf !" MIlJltown, Newburgh, and
ta!,Litl,hI p. I'- aiw tnr ni.kitir nut.
i&!8sajF o but do
tVflJ,ttJitt:-e. f.- im.vui, .....-.....
' " - i
The Exnrf aa Tralna coanrct at ttornellarllle Willi
railroad for Bulfalo, at Klmlra with th. Canandal
rua and Nlarara ralla Kallroadt at lllnrhaiuton.
"ltn the Kjrracuae Ballroadi at fcorulnjmih the
railroad for lUchaater and BulIUi al Great Bend,
with the raUroad lor Scranlon, and at Oullalo anj
. rjii.oi f. ctrr.
Dunkirk with tie Uke More BaUroad for Cltrr -
Uai Cincinnati. Tolk, Uetrolt, Chlcuo, tveand
land, Cincinnati, Tolnlo, Uetrolt, Chicago, ava.,and
the Canada railroad!. .-.it
sep II General huperlotenJent.
T)HOPOSAMI FOIt OATH AND 1IAV.
i Defot QUAnTERMArrra's Orrirr,
I Corner 1 lghteentu and Uatreets,
Waahlnirton, O. O, Dm. II, ISO.
Sealed nropoiala will be reoelved atthlaornc.
' until TLKJDAV, the Ud dir of Deeeiuber, at 19
I o'clock mfor furnishing the Got eminent ulth
(lou,UM) fuur hundred tbouaan.1 buihela of Oal.
and (J,uw) three thousand tone uf Ha) .
Ha) to be good merchantable timothv. put uu
In bales, and delivered at (1,000) tuo thuueand
ound to the ton.
uaia IO pe OI seoou mrrLnaniai'iequaill), put
up In big. of about two bushel, each.
Oat. will be received by weight at (H)thlrlr-two
pounds to lhe bu.hel.
Sacks to be furntfched without extra tharre to
t rk-iirfrv tn h m.ifn th p.tr nf w.)...?-
). within (Mj twentyn.edrs from the date ofth
Proposals will be rrcelted for (Sou) die hundred
. tons of bay and upward, and for (PO.UU) flftj-
iiuuiauu attiBiiriai v. unii rtut iiiivtiuai
1 The uropoittlona for lhe hay sud oats maybe
' upon the same paper, but nutbemads rotliel)
dutlUht from, snd wit bout reference to, each other.
The full name and post olttie address of the bid
aer nun appear in me iirnposai.
ii st w.i uau iu niv uauie vi m iirm, 1110 niiuiri
ofallthBDartlcamust aoucar. or the bid will l
ii a em ii raaue in me name 01 a nrm, xne names
conildered as ths Individual proposal of the patty
topothUlTom Alltel partU$carUeonitJftiJ,
and an oath of allrguo.ee must accompany each
R'""?.''.'.':.! Zlf&FS&SSXll '
rropuBati nuai urn MUJiuru ia v-oiooci u n
D. C, and should bf plainly marked
IUr UAII tUU IlreJ.
, The ability of ths bidder to nil ths contract,
should it be awarded to him. must bs guarantied
be appended to the guarantee.
Tn responsibility of tbe guarantors must be
. ihown by the official certlncate of the Clerk of the
oeare.t District Court or of the United States Dist
' Bidders must be present In person when tbe blJs
are opened or their proposals h HI not be consid
ered. j Bonds equal In amouot to half the sum to be re-
cm ru uu iu- cud.iki, guru ur inw coniraoior
and both of his guarantors, will Le required qf the
sut,t,essful bidder upon signing the contract.
As thebood muit accouipanv the contract, It will
be nrf ssry for tldders to hate their bomUuirn
with tbem, or to have bonds signed In anticipation
and read! to be produced when the contrail is
signed. Blanks for bond can be procured upon
appltcatlou being mad. atthls office, either person
ally, by letter, or by telegraph,
We, ,ol the taunt y of , ai State of
. and , of the county of , and '- ,
do hereby guaranty that la able to fulfil a
contract In acoordauce with the terms of his propo
sition, and that, should his proposition be accented,
he u III at once cuter Into u contract In aciordiuce
ahould the contract be awarded to him we are
prepared to tecon-e his secuiltles,
(Jo this guarantee must be appended the vjfieial
lertltlcate abot e inentlontnl )
INSPECTION, DKUVERY. Ar,
All Oats and Hay contracted fur under this ad
vertlieroeat will he rlitidir lasuscted. and such an
do not nruteoi n goou, souna, menhantable
liy win r-jve;i u.
Ta ment to be biade upon the completion of the
contract, or so soon thereafter as the Depot Utiar-
win i rrjrTiu.
irrusmirr iiai. ' m ixiau-.
Anvloformalilv In the bid. or noo4oiirrtnanii '
with the terms or this adi edlienitnt, u ill I unite
the rejection of the proposal.
Delitery to be DiaJa at tbo Railroad Depot, or at
one of the Go. eminent Whar, e, in the ilt) of
The Depot Quart erin aster resenes to hlmtlt
the right tu reject any or all bids that ha may derm
too high. 1) II. RUCKEH,
de le tltd Col. and Depct (luattermnter.
lALI AND WlNTKIX CJOODt.
MILITARY AND CIVILIAN.
WALL, 8TKPHENS a. CO . are now opening
.1.-1. .! . t'1-ta. fLnnAm ..- as-Jn "
Coats. isU Fiats, ests,T,. AUrM.adlSIK
leleiteil Stock of tins hsarf Overcoat!. Wehavel-1-' SMITH k BKALL"), No SOI Seventh itreet,
alio a complete siiortmrnt of Btulneas Suite, mail. ,... .. ,,, .. ., ,, ...,, . , ,. .,,
Inth. mo.t ilurat.le manner. Onlcera will nnd our ' "" K ,,,,rti "'"' tul ourlf a nlcs suit
Mllltarr (JooJs Iteilrous to Mt wants. Ilcarr rioll.ln. fromlhciu a.trerhai. lu.t reoeliel
oolln blanket., fur camp ii.o at reatonablo l'"'1D5 "'" tntm.as tr.ey hate ju.t rroelwa
p"c" .l,l,.,!,AI'lV'.nl-,'.,i!.',N.S0' a.wand i.lenJU AMonmcnt
J 4 1 Peontfli anla at cnue, between
utf Klnth nnd Tenth streeta nor II utjanl
- .iwi. -- ' -
J ,. n
- KATTDirAnTMirviremberS,l'- .
THE NAVY DKPARTMlSlw4lVtlrtHthlSd
of December, 1BS7, receive prbpoirtlods-for tUe
erection and completion of a'Wharf at Port Royal.
South Carolina; in- -cohforMltf with th general
to the plans and tpeciAcatlons, and name the time.
wiuiin wAica tn VJ wu ( i- -
. Parties Intending to 'bid cm rikmlns ths'draw.N
Inn la the Navy Department, tod In. the Bee of
me iviimieunc i nrinrrr iwww ! n
Yard, nt the office of the Navy Agent at Philadel
phia and at Boston. . .. '
The htd must be necom panted by the usual guar
antes that If accepted tbe party will execute the
contract, which will be dated from the time th
party Is notified, that his offer Is accepted, and the
contrast will embrace the usual conditions. ,
The wharf Is to be in the form of Tt'lhe part
leading from the shore to the front will be Ml feet
long and 43 feet Inches wldei and the front will be
01 fret long and 43 reet Inches wide. From high
water mark to 7' V w ater the distance Is 268 feet
frorat'S" depth to Is' 4" the distance Is 10 feet i
from IS' 4" di-rth to 3d' 8" depth the distance Is 70
feet, and the front wharf will stand In about TI'S"
water, all at high tide. ,,T T'
The pUee are to be or good sound heart-pine, nor
less than 13" diameter at the butt, and must be
driven to a good firm bearlngi they will t-e la rows
8 fret from centre to centre, running aerois the
wharf, and seven piles In each row, with n fender
pile on each side, making S piles in each cross row.
These piles are to be barked and covered with sheet
xine, io oxa. to the square foot, from high-water
mark down to S Inches below the surface) of ths
mud, well and securely put oatlto protect them
from ths worms. ,
Ths piles will be cut off at the proper height, as
shown on the plan, and capped with bard pine tim
ber 13" by 13", every third pile being tennoned into
the cap and pinned, and the others secured with an
iron bolt one Inch In diameter and two feet long. -'
Around the outside of the wharf there la to be a
stringer of hard pine timber " by IS", resting upon
the laps and strongly bolted at each crossing, and
between these strlugera there are to be hard pine
joists 4" by 17", laid 13" apart upon the caps, and
fastened with t-lnch spikes at etch crossing. Upon
the Joists there Is to be a floor of ghardplne plank.
fastened with one S-lnch spike in each plank at
each crossing. Around the edge of the wharf there
la to be a cap sill " by 10", of hard trine, well fas
tened and rounded on the top to shed the rain, r
The fender plies are to he strongly bolted to the
stringers and rap sills. Four clusters of about six
illes each are to be driven, capped, and prepared as
oundatlons for derricks) there are also to be twelve
mooring posts of white oak timber, 13" In diameter,
well drlren and strongly secured to the wharf, at
the points Indicated on the plant theee will be four
Tret above the floor or the n hat ft and all piles are
to he sheathed with tine, as before described.
At each end of ths front wharf, and on each side
of the wharf leading from the shore, there Is to be
n landing stairs' 4" wide, srrosgly secured to ths
wharf, and reaching to low water mark.
The contractor will be required to build a bulk
head wheie the wharf Joins the shore, and fill tip
with earth, to rrce Ire the rail track hereinafter de
scribed. On the wharf, at the points Indicated on the plan,
will be four derricks (or hoisting coal, similar to
those used at the coat depots on the North river;
provided with all the neceasary falls, with sufflde nt
rope to reach the hoisting engine, and ahlevesfor
changes of direction, and all ready tot use In hoi it
tnrcoal. A particular descrlpttonof these derricks
There Is to be a hoisting engine bf most ap
proved construction, hat Ing four drums, and to be
uf suidcient pou er to work the four derricks at the
aametlmelnholttlngcoal. Over this engloe there
Is to t-e a frame house, to protect It from the
., iinn-liinof Ihluth Iron, aoj rln J S lochia
diameter In the clwr. plaaj at i try 6u ft, and
. ilK,nt, fAl,t,cd to the slUS ana lltlnff t..
On the wharf, and etendlnj up on to the land.
wm b t'ek of Iron, about nftj- pound, to
,t f,td, Hlt, ,uch branchei.at may W rrqulmli
In SA ..h.lll. m MH..1 41. A uhStllK... B.alA t.A
the total length of single tnck being i or a mile)
the track on the wharf will he UlJ on the plank
floor, with suitable chairs, and that on the law on
tlt J' 4" aiiart. laid In the usual manner. Thla
track Is to be pro ided with 13 dumping cars prop-.
en v cooaurucieu tor inuring coai. , ,
On the laud near the shore eud of the wharf, as
shown on the plan, there Is to be a platform smU.
capable of neighing ten tontj the rail track will
pais over this Kale as shown on the plan) there
will also be a small office, eight feet square, near
the scale, and tuo of similar sire ou the wharf.
The propositions will be addi eased to the " Navy
Deiiirtuent,' and must be addressed "Propostls
for Wharf at Port Rojal," that they may te dis
tinguished from other business letters,
CITIZFNS OP WASHINGTON,
orricsai or ihc akvy jnd mrr.
The old and eatabllihed r.miorluin of Clothing,
that has. for ao many years, supplied the eltlirns
of Uaihlnrlon and tlclnlty with all that la
aentlalforlbeelecano nnd comfort of the outet
man. 1. now annulled with the met romulrt. and
faahlonable atock lhat w. have ever had the pleas
' urelooiirr. .,.. ... ...
, . .COAT r.""! .B E,T? o'."1 "o( de.lta-
. 7 'Jrn ,M E,7? ".'J"' mV
ble atylea that could be found In the inalket,
I Our assortment afSHIRT 8, DRAWERS.
I HOSIFRV, GLOVF., Jvc, cannot be sur.iii.ifd and
will be sold at price that do not allow of compe
tition. LAnnr. stock op military ovprcoats.
LAIU.K STOCK OK MILITARY OVVKCOATS
I L-Utar. STOCK OF MILITARY OYKRCOATS
LARHR STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS.
LARUE STOCK MILITARY DRESS COATS.
LAHUE STOCK MILITARY DRLSS COATfl.
LAROE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY PAN1S.
LKGK STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VESTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY ESTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY EST0.
GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP-
VALISES, CARPET.DAGS, he.
Our stock of HOYS' and YOUTHS CLOTHING
Is the largest and moit faihlouable that has erer
been ottered In this city, and at the lowest prices
Ihey van postlhly be obtained in this city.
tJ- Call and see us at ODEON HALL, corner Hi
street ana reuniyn ooia a. rnue, ine urcat Lioin
lug Mart of Washington city,
tiuv I every Tues, Thurs, ti Sst
M. T. I' Alt K Kit.
NO. 6 LOUISIANA AVENUE.
( Reipectfiilly and cheerfully returns thanks for the
Having even- facility for doing
' HOUSF. SIGV.
I ANIJ DFCORATIYF
Tpgrther with all work pertalnlug to a Fiit
cms Palatine 4T-lablUhnient.
He has no hesitancy In soliciting a continuance
oi ins piiuna-aiavur.
Hit rrictt art Reasonable:
TKi Work Uu except tonallt
And pnrtlcuur attention is paid to
PROMPTNESS IN DELIVERY,
&" Remember the number I
50 Louisiana Avenue,
oc 31 ltn bet. sixth and Seveuth streets,
A 11 K II A M 8
MARKHAM'Sistl.ebeit HOTFLln the City or
vt AiuiNUTON,Kept on tne
Adjotntnj WStardt Hottt,
No, 812. rr.'.Nsn.viiu Avinci.
The undersigned have Qtted and furnished the
abot e named house Id the best manner, giving It all
the modern lmproi emeuts, loiludlng water and gas
Iu every room, beds aud furnUblng goods not sur
passed In auy house In the country.
We beg to assure those who may favor us with
a call In the ordinary, that H will be supplied with
et ery thing the umket affords, got up In the best
stvi c aud at living prices.
1 he National HeouUican aavs: "We fael It to be
our duty to Invite attention to this hou-e.endto
guarautee tbe public against extortion la price or
neglect la attendance. It will not be under the
control of the sen ants, whether white orbletk."
And wsendome it and shall carry out the Uct,
. e cau only say iu iao-vuuiiuK iu itNiningiun,
lint at the new Kuronean Home, stoo at the best
house, stop at the house neaieht the cans and the
IncAbL-nv. atsd to hat e the benefit of ail this, slop
ai aMAltiWiA i "i icnnvj 'vai. -vroiiaj.
junn ii itunaoN,
F T MAHKHAM,
ilc s Proi-rUton,
No, niO Rlewutli street west,
.Wtir ( cornev of Irnntyhanla avtnut.
The public are hereby Informed, that all eases
renulrlnr the sen Ices of a iletentlve officer will be
I rromptly and carrfully at landed to, "rre Of
, itiaryr." upon application being made at the Po-
. nc i ieaut.ua tiers, eta. oiu tieienin sirrei wesi,
' uoasr super i ision oi
I IV. B. WEBB.
Superintendent of Metrupolltan Pollc
dovSo 'iawVm '
Ti VO" ""' IT" If Jou donot.csll at
, t , rrniTnTf riii Tii uTffjrniial-nl
((tW- rHdM Uti9At r
mtuo-f wli en , lUfr
-una-, t mr tisvat erw feuee-ui -
'fs s, 4rwvtCT rtsrfi ti
etf , ff Mtt fit;
- 7 1 .
FOR RflKDMATOM, O0UT, MEURALQIA, LUX-
baOo, rnrr neck and oint, arHAmt,'
BRUIltS, CUTS, ANDr0Urnl, FILES,
; HEADACHE, AND ALL' HHIBMAT10
. AND NEHVOVI rjHODKRl '
.. U . . 3 '
' , For all of which It Is a speedr aa4 certain reme-
Vt aa4'aerer lalla. This Llalsaeat Is freparad
from the relp. or Dr. "teph.a Itteet, or Coasect
leut, the famoaa bonenietler, and has heeo used ta
his practice, for more than twenty rears, with the
most astonishing success.
ASAM.ALltrUTOK ODWIV. it U tuirlraled
most skaptleal mar he eoarln4 If a single trial.
This Liniment will curs ranldir and radlcalW,
Uasusasit Dtswrders of f rerjr kind, and, lq
thousanda'of sases, where It hss been used, It hs.
a.rer beea known to fell. t , , , -s.
rOK JfEim jr.Gii',lt will sBbrd rmmejiate relief
la erery case, howsrsr distressing. '.
It will rillere'the worst esses of ilBAVACHKIn
three minutes, sad Is warrsnted to do tt. ..
TOOTH ACUt, also, will tUure laat'sntlr. -FOIL
NWOVS DIBIUTT AND CtXSlAL LAS.
SITVDE, arlslag from Imprudsaee or rueas, this
liniment Is a most happf -aad twfalllag remedr.
Acting direct), upon th inerrous tissues, It
strengthen and rertrlDes the srstem, and restores
tt to elasticity aad rigor.
rok ritES As aa siternel remedrTw. claim
that tt la ,the be.t known, and we challenge the
world to produce an equal.) Erery victim of thle
dlstrssslng eomplalat should lire It a trial, for It
will not fall to afford Immediate relief, and. la a
majority of cases, will effect a radical cure.
dn.vsr .VD SOSE THROAT srs sometimes
itremely malignant and dangeroua, but a timely
application of this Liniment will never fail tn
SPRAINS are sometlmee very obstinate, and en
largement of the jotnte le liable to occur If neg
lected. The worst ease may be conquered by thla
uoiment in two or three oafs.
JtntE5, CVT1, n'OVXDS, SORES, VLCERS,
BVRNS, AKD SCALDS, tleld' readllr to the won
derful healing properties of DR. SW EXP3 INFAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc
tion!. Alio, CIIILBLMKS, IROSTED FEET, AND
INSECT BITES AND STINGS.
OR. STEPHEN bVEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
The Great Natural Bone Setter.
DU. STEPHEN flWEET.'OF'CONNECTICUT,
la known all over the United States.
DU. STEPHEN 8WEET, OP CONNECTICUT,
Is ths author of " Dr. Sweet's lafslllbls Liniment."
OR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Cures Rheumstlam, sod net er falls.
DR. BWEET'S INFALIJDLE UNIUENT
la a certain remedy for Neuralgia.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Curea Burns and Scalds lmmedlstely.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cu rea Headache Imaiedlately.and was net er known
DR. BWEET'S INFALUBLE LINIMENT
Affords Immedlsts relief for riles, end ssldom falls
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Toothache In one minute.
DR.' SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT H
Curea Cuts snd Wounds Immsdlstely and leares
no scar. f '
DR. bWEET'B INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
la the best remedy far Sores In th. known world.
( .- . -. t
DR. BWEET'S INFALLIBLE XINIMENT
Has been used by more ths a mUlU. people, and
allpratieit. r )
DR. BWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Taken Internally, cures Coilo, Cholera tfarlms, and
DH. .SWEET'S 1NFA1XIBLK.UMIMENT.
Is truly a " friend It) need.H tad eysry ramltr ihouM
naisit at nana, is
DR. BWEET'S INFALUDLE LINIMENT
r sals .by all DruggUU. Price a and CO cents
A Frlcud lis eed gglf. A J
DR. SWKEVS ISrAUJBLE U.SIM EST, an
external remedy, la without a tU, and will alle
viate pain more spetvUty thea'an7tharr prepara
tion. For all Rhcumatls and Nerrous Disorders It
Is truly Infallible, and, -as in curattre for tores,
Wounds, Spralas, Btulaee. lie ,its soothing, heal
ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite
thejust wonder and astonishment of all who hare
erer given It a trial. Over ons thousand certifi
cates of remarkable cares, performed by It within
the last two years, attest ths fact.
To Horse Owners I
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE UNl&tENT FOR
HORSES Is unrivalled by any, andln all cases of
Lameness, arising .from Sprains, Bruises, or
Wrenching. Its eftm is magical and certain. Har
ness, or Saddle (sails. Scratches. Mange, etc., It will
also cure sieedlly. Spat In and Ringbone may bs
easily pre ented and curea in their In.lplcrt stages,
but luuflrmed cases are beand ths possibility of
radical cure. No case of the kind, however. Is so
desperate or hopeless but it maybe allertaiedby
this Uoiment. and Its fallhrvtl application will af.
ways reir.jve the Lameness, and enable ths horse
to travel with comparath s eats.
DA. S W, E E T 3
And thousands have found it truly
ATR1END 1H NKEDI
Ask for "Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment," and
take no other. Be not deceived by unpilnJnled
dealers, who will tryto palm of some other article
on which they can make a little more profit,
Ths tlfty cent bottle contains three times as much
as the twenty cent bottle, and Is much the cheapest
to buy. Tr) H.
To avoid Imposition, obserre the Signature and
Likeness of Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and
also "Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment" blown
In the glass of etch buttle, without which none
RICHARDSON k CO,
t A Sole Proprietors, NorwUb. Ct.
hlORGAtf k ALLFN, General Agents,
40 Clltr street, New York.
Cj- Sold by all dealers everywhere,
no 11 ly
nt-t '-.trail i
i i- SUA
h.w an .
j, WOit, , - t
f, tatlBW TOR.K L.IBiV.
TW CAWBWf -and AMBOY AND PHILAMLi
CWL.Tm?TO-N RAILmOAD C?MPA.
r."rT:ar"rf,- - iialtLa-i
MVM WiLAVKLrBIA TO NEWnYORl
. I" iHTUtJ rYAl- 'iedlVaj, rt tt 1
rsssmi-WsOMSit Itree Wknrf nMeiKem-
t stasis Dspwttr J
- WTLLIKITB at FOLLOWS, Til 1 Fat.
At A.M.,rtsCfflrteonndAmboy-CaiA, '
JSraae AsMimaiAsi-tlati - - SU
I, ArJrlLrlaKenstnglonaad JerseyCItyt
lornlxrg Nail .- too
L mogatlon .-.- f,M
At 9 P. M.,Tla Camden and Ambof C and
- 'At Kxpress - gto
At 4 P. SI., rla Camden and Jersey City -.
r KTenlng Kxpress ,-' - r tM
At 4 P.M., rla Camden aM, .Jersey C4ty-pi j-i
X Class Ticket ? j S.38
At X P. M-,Tla Kensington and Jersey Cltr j
' KrenlngMall - .-,' .r. ,- -1-00
At I? P.M., TiaKenslpgton and Jersey Cltri . ,.
- " Southern Mall - ': ,' . ' -.M
At P.H..vUCaindenajidAtalor--Accora ""
( j' modatlon (height and Par-eioger ,
f, i tit class tiettet - in
' - ." '2d class ticket .r , 1M
His ai1 Hr Tina tntna rl.lW. flbM sP.ntaf1
The III1. M. southern Mali runsjlally.
ifci.j c WA'f u'NCi.r.;
flFor Brtttol, Trenton, he, nt 7.10 and A.'lCi
and 8, io and l P.M., from Kensington, and tj
rejsi.irom nsvininiirMiwMri w -- -
For Bristol and lntejrmadlnla ttallona at 11 U Jl.
For Palmyra, Rlrerton, Delanco, Bersrly. Bar
US gtoa4 Flore
i r jores,cet Bonicnwwn, ., as , i, a, o
and sv r. M.
Steamboat Trenton, for Dordentown and Inter
mediate Stations, at SVI P Hi. from Walnut atreet
harf. , f . '
Er- ror tiW York, snd way Unes leaving Ken
sington Depot, take ths Cars oa Fifth street, above
Walnut, half as hour besot departure. The Cars
ran Into the Depot, nod on, antral of each Train.
ran from ths Depot..
Fifty pounds of Baggage onlr allowed sash pas
sense r. Paassngtrs are. prohibited from taking
anything as .uaffgng but their wearing apparel
am, suacgagB DTir niij pquoim,io vm paia lor vxirn.
The Companr limit their reauanatbilltr lor Dacenre
to One Dollar per pound, and will not bs liable tor
any amount beyond loo Dollars, except br special
contract. WM. H. QATZMKR, Agent.
PbUsvde.phiW, WllslKtsm smslBnlttniora.
R A I I..
A D ' 1
On and after MONDAY, NOV. is,' Mt - "
PJSVESUEn TRAIN LEAVE, FHtUDKLTHlA.-
For Balttmore, at i.iO a. m., t.s a. m., ll.M a. n
(Express,) and io 60 p. tn. - -
For Chester, at o. 15 a. m-, It U a.m., 1 48 sod 10,60
p, m. "
For Wilmington, At 1 W a. m.( B 13 a. m , 11 33 a.
m , 1.43 and io 60 p. m. "
For iNew Castle, at 8.15 a. m. and s.45 p. m.
For Dqrer, at S 18 a. m. and 49 p. m.
For AtiTford, at 8.16 a. m.
For Salisbury, at 8.15 a, m.
Uars Baltimore at IN a.'m , (Tipreii,) 08p.
m (Rapress,) t.70 and 7 p. m (Express.)
Leare Wilmington at 7.30 and Jl.M a. ni.,413,
8 43, and 60 p. m.
Lears Salisbury at S 33 p. m.
Leave MUford at 4,M p. m.
Leare Dover at t a. m. and 8.10 n. m.
Isasv Mstt lsi-tlji at It a m anil I Ifln m.
Lears Cheater at 8.30 a. m."t 1116, 4.60, and 9 W
Leare) Baltimore for 8a1 (.bury and Intermediate
stations at fl.SQ and l. a. m 1 for Do, er and Interme
diate stations, at 1 06 p. m. Jl
TRAIN? FOR BALTIMORE
'Uars Oiester at 8.45 v tn., 13 03 and II SO p. m.
Uavs Wilmington at 4.M n. m., t.S3 a, m , I3.W
p. ra..andl'Ja. m.
FHKIGMT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached,
will run aa follows!
Leave Phlla-Ulnhla. taw Pcrrrrllla and latrm-
dlats places, at &.lu p. m. ,
Leave Wilmington, for Perrj-t Ul sad Intermedi
al piaWere, -. . p. Hl
Lears Baltimore, for Harrs de Grace and Inter
mediate stations, at a. tu.
ON SUNDAYS ONLY?
At I so a. m. and IQM p. m., from Philadelphia to
All hnin lUlltmrir tn PhllvUInhli. .
The 8 so a.m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more wm run aauy. mohdati exccpted.
. L FELT0V,
Jan a tf Preelilent.
I.H)Il BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AND
A. AlsL Hit KK.
Sri M FeTROPOLlSVKMPlRR
STATE. 11AT STATE, and STATIC
: Of MXIW,
of rreat itrenrth and sneetl. but tiartlcutarl-
adaptedtothe navigation of Long Island Sou oil,
running In connection with the Fall river and Old
Colony railroad, distance of 6a miles only to Bos-
Leave Pier No. 8, North river, near the Battery.
The steamer EMPIRE STATfl Cant. Brayton,
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock
P. At., louchlnr at Newuort each war.
The steamer METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4o'tlock
P. M., touching at Newport each way, ' "
These steamers srs Sited with commodious state
rooms, and every arrangement for the security and
comfort of passengers, who are afforded by this
routes night's rest on board, and, on arrl.al at
Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching
Boston eatlj the following morning, or may remain
on board until starting of the accommodation atfl
A. M.-jby which they may reach Boston about 8 49
A baggage master Is attached to each steamer,
who recehes and tickets the baggage, and accom
nanlee the is me to Its destination.
A steamer runs, In connection with this line, be
tween Fall river and rroitiencetdaiiy,sxceptSuo
FrelrhtHo Boston Is forwarded throuehwlih
Preat dispatch by aa Express Train, which, jeniee
all river every morning, Sundays excepted, at 3K
o'clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving al
Its destination st about II A, M. uiu. r
For freight or passage, apply on hosM, or at ths
oRlee,on Pier No. , North river- FDrstate-rooms
aad berths; apply on board, or If desired to secure
them la advance, tu
' WM.' BORDEN, Agent,
auj iTtf TO and 71 West street, N. V,
rEIT, NOnTIIWKSJ', AND SOUTH.
.. .a a .
TO CIVILIANS, OFFICERS, BAND9-MEN,
SOLDIFKI, AND OTHER..
1HE BALTIMOReTaNI) OHIO RAILROAD
sre running through psssenger trslnsfrola Wssh
ington io ine uniorirrr, wunomenang. oi osrs
dslry at IK a. m. and 6 p. u., and offers greetsr In.
ducement. to the tret cling publle thet suy other
route, s It i
LESS CHAN0FS OF C4R.1,
AND UVICKFR TIME.'
This Is the only route that checks bsggsge from
Wsihlngton city to the West. Tickets good until
usedi end paaaengera hare the prlllege of lalng
orer at an polat on tbe route.
Paaaengera procuring tlck.ta ty this route. sste
theitelav and exienie of Omnibus traniferj
RESIKMBEK THE ONLViOFFILE to prucur
ttcketa, u at ine oepoi oi v. at u. h. ji. uaggage
received at any hourdurlng the day, snd no chares
for handling Uggsgs. augso tf
OAFETY, 8PEKD, ADD COMFOIIT.
VOrcESTER, PALMER, FITCHBURO,
NASHUA, LOWELL, CONCORD, THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS. AND IN
- jsira. THE new and staunch ateamsraot
JQUBjQ ths Norwich Line, CITY OF BOS.
TOTaanTCiTr OF NEW YORK, leave New York
dally, (Sundays excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. m , from
Pier No. so, North River, foot of Ve.tr; atreet, ,
FOR NEW LONDON,
There eonnectlng with the Steamboat Express
Trsln for the sbove points, vis Norwich sod Wor
cester, Boston snd Worcester, Worcester snd
Nsibsu, and Nsw London snd Northern Rallrosds.
Freight tsken st ths lowsst rates.
For Informs! Ion, Inquire of
E. S. MARTIN,
my 2. tf Agent, on the Pier,
Store, 76 south Fourth street,
PhlUdf lphla, Pa,
Orders receh ed by
W. D SHEPHFRD.
Corner of Ssrenth and D streets,
Washington, D C.
- ' -ii i v: ' 'i '
AOA UD, The undersigned begs leae to In
form his friends and the publle that he has
bought ths Interest ot Nat. Hines' Shaving and
Halt-dressing establishment, No.44 Set enth street,
near the corner of O. (opposite the Patent Office,)
where he will continue to carry on the Shaving
and HalMuttlng business in lhe latest st le.
Thankful lor past favors, he would solicit a share
of the puhll. patronage.
Particular attention paid tn cutting children's
hair. WILLIAM L-KllKKMAN.
tmmU)r0R aunn',,lgaM''lWJ irt
tTMOAB JUKIg llTAf-,
TltTABuiHtD ai AkgftJaloit Q0ACItlir. -the
oxtV ttkit wnz4k tytt cam m oAtwknJ-
n.rMTor Weakaen (. U. Sack uUsL mtU: U
m. Jawemar, u-ir i
ur. taw BaSsat. ,
lh. : faT
Idty.TresBMInss, Umaess of Sight or CVWa.sa,
Dteess. of ih7fwl. Throat, Ho., or Skla, Atir
tfons of h. Lungs, ktomseh or. Bowels thofe Ter-V. j
r Ne Uaordera arising from tn. aolllary rtsMto et ri
Jioulh tkos. sreaarr aad solitary practice, more
fatal to- liaJr rletlme than th. song of kmi to, ,
the Mariners of I'll ases, hllfhlu their miit brU- ''
llaat.hopee or.anlslpatloas,rmderln( marrlags," ,
a t T suunu car;n ,
EsneelaUr.whahsre beeoma the vletuka aiIaIU
tary Vle, that dreadful aad destra etlra i sihlt A
whlsh annually tweena to an untimely grare thou, i
Bande of Young Men of the saort .ulud UUntSia- I
and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwls. hare
entranced llitenln latnateewllh th. thumj maCi
eloqaenM, or wskrdto eestssy the II ring Irre, sssr .
call with full contldenoe. n ' """'
. MARRUOE. -.1
Msrrled Persons, or. rnuns MeRrertntUf.tatt.''
marriage, being aware of tihyelea) raknree. or
ganic detilllty, deformities, .., speedily eur-1.-
I .. ...w 1" "iw-ii unuer. OM csreoi ur. s.
may rsligteuslyeonflde In his honor ss a gentle sa. -'
d conildently rely upon his skill aa a physician. '
,lni!!!f l-1?!!'! and Full Algor Hectored, "
' This Creaiuul Disease-. whtth m..-. ia. -.,.
erabl. sl;hlarrlag.ilmpoeslhla-is th neawltr
paid by the rlcUms of Improper Udalrsnces. ' -Young
penonssnto apt too commit .uraaea from.c r
not belsg aware nt the dreadful eoasequnee that .
mar cAsun.it Now. who trmt uiuUn mwi. .k. u.
Ject will pretend to dear that the power ol proeroi i
atlea la lost sooner by those falling Into Improper ,
niawii.iiiuui wy ,um yruu .i,. awsuee Deiaginn t
prlred th. Neaaures of healtny offspring, th ntn , , ,
serious snd oestructlre symptoms to boin baar and
Physical aad Mstttsi Functions Weakeae4Los ol
I .LOSS Ol
ala D-I.ltil- -r'ik- IS---..'
la. .Palpitation of the Heart, lsdlgeetlon'.C.aal.
tulioaal LVbtllty, a W sating olheam'cieulii! J
rm-aukttiAft Jest I sr
' OFFICR No. 1, SOUTH FRKDF.RICK STRFtT,.V
Left hand aide, going from Baltimore street, hw
doors from ths corner. Fail not to observe naaie
snd number. 1
utters must re paid and contain a stamp. The"
Doctor's Diplomas bang in his office. -
' DR. JOHNSTON. A
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons. London.
fr annate irom ou ol ins most eminent Cbllcwes La
he Unite! States, and ths greater part of whoea
life has bees spent la the hospitals of London. Pa.
ris, PhUadelpbla and elsewhere, has effected iome
or ths most astonishing cures that were. erer
known many troubled wlthrtagtngln ths head aad
ears when Mleep, great :Mrrouaness,beI-f alarmed.
at sudden sounds, baahrulness. with IraquenthlHa-t-lnr,
attended soms times with a derangement uf
mind, were cured Immediately.. s
i-Bsta revrsiesuar aatieat
Dr. J. addreeies all those who hare Injured them
selves by Improper Indulgence and solitary habits x
which ruin both bodr and mind, unntttngfhem tor
either business, study, society or marriage. -
Tn cu are some of the sad and melancholr effects
produeedhy early babltsofyouth, rln Weakness
of the Back and limbs, Pains ta ths Head, Dimness
ofSlcht, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Net-Tons Irrltablllty.Derange
mentofths Digestive Functions, General Debt liTr.
ttymptoms ot Consumption. -?
MEMTAtLT-rThe feaiful eiTects on ths mind ars"
much to be dreaded Loss of Memory, Confusion of
Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodtnes.
Aversion to Society, selfDlstrust,Lovsor Solitude.
Timidity, lie., sre some or the r lis produced.
Thousands or persons or all ages can nowJudre
what Is the cause of their declining health, losing
their rigor, becoming weak, pale nerrous and
emaciated, having a singular appearance about ths
eyes, cough and symptoms of eonsnmpllon,
Who hare Injured themselves by a certain practlee
Indulged in when alone a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, ths efleets of
which are nightly felt, even whea asleep, and If
not cured renders marriage lmpossibIe,and destroys
both mind aad body, should apply Immediately.
hat a pity that a young man, the hops of hti
country, ths darllag of his parents, should be
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life.
by the consequence or deviating from ths path of
nature and Indulging In a certain secret habit. Such
persons mi st, before contemplating
reflect, that a sound mind and body are the most ,
necessary requisites to. promote eoonublal haput-, !
ness. .Indeed, without these, the Journey through '
life becomes a weary pilgrimage , the prospect,
hourly darkens to the view t ih9 mlndbecomes'
shadowed with despair, and filled with ths melan
choly reflection that the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our own. '
D1SEASF OF IMPRUDENCE.
Whenlthe'mlsguldcd and Imprudent rotary ol
fleam re finds he has Imbibed the seeds of this pata
ul disease, It too often happens that aa llMlmed
seose of shame, or dread of dlscotsry,deters hits
(rout applying to those who. from education and
respectablllt), can alone befriend him. He falls
Into the hands of Ignorant and designing pretend
ers, who. Incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary
substance, keep him trifling month after month, or
aa long as the smallest fee can be obtained, and la
despair leave him with ruined health to sigh orer
his catling disappointment j or, by the use of that
deadl) poison, Mercurr, hasten the const Itut Ion al
Si niDtoms of this terrible disease, such aa Amotion
of the Head, Throat, lSoee, skin, etc, progressing tu--with
frightful rapidity till death puts a period to
ma urrauiui .urruiga v) acuuiiig mm io inai UD
disco ered country from whose bourns no traveler
returns t 1-4 - c if
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
Tits many thousands" cured at thla Institution
within ths last eighteen ) ears, and ths numerous
Imitortsnt Surgical Operations performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of tbe "Sun"
and man) other pajiers, notices of which have ap-
tpared again ana agalu before the public, besides
isstsndlng aaa gentleman of character and re
sponsibility, Is a sufficient guarantee to ths af
ttlcted. ... , , . '
8KIK DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED., "
Persons writing should be particular In directing '
their letters to his Institution, in ths foUowlng.
JOHN M. JOHNSTON. M D.,
Baltimore Lock Hospital,
dec lo ly paltlinore, Maryland.
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tLAlattt AOA1NST UNITED STATES.
' FINLEV BtQQER, (lata Register of ths UnltedJ
States Treasury,) and CHARLES E. SHERMAN,
Counsellors at Law, will derots their entire at ten
Hon to the prosecution and aettlement of demands
against ths United States, growing out of ths pres
ent war. Including ths Aocounts and Claims ol
States, Contractors, and Disbursing Officers) appli
cations for .the restoration or property illegally1
seized or captured, and for compensation for the
use of private projierty for Government purposes,
and for damages for ths Injury of such property by
ths army, for mllltarypay,penslons,and bounty
landsi and for distributes shares of moneys paya
ble at the Treasury and due to subcontractors and
They will also glre legal advice to claimants,
contractors, and to unprofessional agents In lltl
Sated cases j and prepare written arguments when
With non-resident Agents who may send 'them
claims, an equitable dlrtsloneof commissions will
be made. - i
Undisputed Demands will be collected and
fromptly remitted for a 00m mission of from a half
o tvto and a half per cent., depending on ths
amount) and negotiations with1 the Departments
conducted do moderate terms, '
Br prompt attention, moderate charges, long ex
pet fence, and a minute knowledge of the en-laws,
regulations, rules, and precedents governing thai
class of business at tha Department, they hops to
render their services useful to sl-liuants and publle
Iteferencs maybe madstomembersofCongress,
and officers of ths Govsrnmenttand especially, by
Comptroller of ths Treasury.
Address Messrs. BIGGER si SHERMAN,
Office, No. IIS F street, near Treasury and WU
lards Hotel. nor tt 4m.
-pUOI'OSALS FOIt HAY.
Sealed proposals are Invited until ths 39th day of
December, lsai, for furnishing the Subsistence De
partment at Washington, D. 0., with 4uu tons ol
HAY, In bales.
The first dclh cry to be commenced on or about
the 6th day of January, ItJU, and the whols quan
tity put In within thirty days from ths first deliv
ery.- . .
lhe hay toibe demeredat sixth street wharf
and to be weighed and Inspected.
Bidders must state, In their bids, the price per
I ,uuq pounds at htch they wlU furnish the Hay .
Firms maklug bids must state the names oral!
the parti interested.
pajment tubs made In certificates of Indebted
ness. ur such funds aa ths Government maj have
lllds to Its directed (o Col. A. BFCKWITH, A. D.
C. and C. a. U A , Washlogton, D, C , and en
dorsed " Proposals for Hs) ." de 11
OAS AND STEAM flTTEIt,
604 iStonfA afmf, war Canal UrUjf,
All orders executed at ths shortest notice. In tha
most substantial manner, and on reasonable termr.
Personal attsntlon git so to every department ol
ths business. DOT II
DH. TaOCKWOOD rontluues tha prac
tice of Dentistry, In ths Washington Building,
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street.
Hsvlngpractued lathe South nearly sixteen years,
ha feels assured that he can git s satisfaction to auy
that may call.
Teeth Inserted on Vulcanite, flubber or. Go.
PUte. Chloroform administered whcnMetUcd.