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K.M. VSLUiri runt HiVltal,l "
tl k, of fcrtk 4 tit oppo-
up stairs, Washlaittm, & C.
AUdlmmiX prtMM natur. trUd la th.
Boat Mlratule nwt, ml radlaal corn flet4
ia u ma srriatmc AmCTION, oos-
OJUUTSi, OUST, STKICTVtZS, SSMlrtlL
WIACKSS, or th. rasttlt of rOlCTTPOri
DUiitS, or ujrwMkMn of ts. OINIRaTIVI
ORO AN J, from oar .ansa wbottror, or how long
tukllsft thorauialr and ndKallr urel also,
O-CT, SHIVMATIIM, NEURALGIA, "d other
CHRONIC DISEASES of tho NERVE, MUSCLES,
BONE, and JOINT! ! SCROFULA, BLOTCHES
enm IACX, EROmONI o tho Umbo ana
Boor.na all othor EROrTlVE DIIKA1E1 ul
DISEASES or m BLOOD, from whattw oans.
the mr har. arisen.
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE!
No matl.r what joor oImom, let no Ms. dall
cc7 prtTOBt you from tpplrlnf lmme&attl, to
Dr. YUnf , who It aeknowUdied to bo by fir tho
mott SUCCESSFUL rHTSICIAN In tht tnatntnt
of print, dliiim. F.ar not to com. and mike
Known your misfortunes, and he will speedily tend
Tu on your way rejoldnf.
That dreadful scour,, of tho younf, IndolfeJ In
when alone, destroys the generally, org ans,unflts
you for marrlod life, produclnc weakness of the
bscc and UmU, loas of animation and muicular
poircr, palpitation of the heart, ncrroui IrrltaMU-t-j
, loie of memory, melancholy hablta, Imanlty,
consumption, and death.
YOUNO MAN' In Tiew of the dreadful conse-
luenees of delay, do not fall to make your eaie
Known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Tour secrets
-ttth him are eaered, and you may confidently rely
ipen hie medical sklU.
Tliouiandl whote systems were thattered and
who were on the brink of the (rare, have been
brought back to t! joroui health by hli ikllirul
Married persons, or thoee contemplating mitrl
mony, who luipect themselves of lmpotcncy, leml
nal weakness, or anr disease arising- from a re
laxed etato of the genital organs, whether the re
mit of disease, Injury, youthful Indiscretions, or
indulgence of the passions In riper years, are ear
nestly entreated to place themselves under the
ore of Dr. V. They may rely with oerUlnty upon
a speedy cure, and upon being restored to full
health and rigor.
He treati with entire luceeie all dlieaaee of
Femalei luch as LEUCORRHEA or WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, Ac, lu, and In erery case guar
antee! a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMUNICA
TION' ttrlctly PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL.
Prisons catling tee no one but the Doctok.
Those at a distance may be tecatsd t mail,
i j sending a STATEMENT ol CASE, fcc, ac.
Jj 4 I0m
LOOD! BLOOD M BLOOD It!
SORES i THEIR CAUSE A DEPRAVED
EDITION OF THE VITAL FLUID,
ROFILA. ULCERS, SORES, SPOTS, TETTERS,
rALES. BOILS, SYPHILIS OR H.'
NEREAL DISEASES, ft.
HOOT AXD HERB JUICE3
1 1 offered to the public as a positive eure.
tines all Impurities of the blood and brings the
system to a LeaHhy action, cure those Spots, Tet
iers Scales snd Copper Colored Patches.
SYPHILIS OR rr.SFfli.JL DISEASES,
Tha S A MA RITAS' S ROOT AKD HERB JUICES
is the most certain remedy ever prescribed. It re-
.. n es ' rx parMele ol poison
DO SOT DESPAIR.
Keep out of hospitals. Here la a cure in any
case for $6. Prtoe $1 per bottle, or six for $6, with
fUl dtrestions Sold by
S. C. FORD,
Cor. Eleventh st. aad Peon. av.
ent by express, ears fully packed.
DESMOND t CO ,
Van- ly Philadelphia.
SECRET DISEASES It
j. Mint Certain JUmtdy Evtr Utl
Yes, a Positive cure
tfAlSAM COPAVIA AND MERCl HY DIS
CARDED. ui..y ttn Pills to be taken to eifect a cure
Thtr are entirely vegetable, hart&x no mtatil nrr
anj unpleasant taste, and will not, in any way, la
jre the stomach or bowels of the most delicate
Cures la from two to four days, aad recent esse
n nwoay four hours "
A'o erpoturt. no trouUt, no ikangt tehaltpT.
Pr7ot. sola by
S C FORD,
iit Eleventh st and Penn av,
?at tv mall by
DESMOND ft. CO,
jn 8 ly Philadelphia
SOLDIERS RELlEi AQLlAlWN.
a, No. 776 F strert, ecr ThUUaUi
tiniraunistlons to be addressed to
J. W. HATHA WAV,
nste 4 fen,
.. ta tf ilmk box m. waahtoavttt. I), t
rMON CLAIM AGENCY
IOEWNTJTAL A rVAKKKN,
407 PeuusylTsasJa Avenue,
Washington, D C ,
. re Pensions. Bounties, Back Pay, Arrssrs ol
y, i r r.rhoers and men.
" wts on imorrs' ray Aflcounis, wiaisjes
iQlnrmatfon lveo gratilltnusly
CUTTI v. IN'STITTTE,
' luU VOUNG LDIFS,
r,i k nlrtil, m-ar ihr I mlr,
r, c,, ' u, fa At ror o 4 V4 ,lml
TERMS, rcr Q.i.n.r ol t,n weet.trom .1 to
, aocordlnit tu . .nj u ancement rnjll.h
rrtrste Instruction Ktrn t th, i-.n..,.. .
French. Spunl.h, it.U.n, r.m, Utm Cl ....
cral older lniruK". well . In InViruineSui
nl local Miiilo, nno and (.ult.r ai. ,t i.
iurl I'lillosophf. Cheml.try, Hiltiulnj n..nl'
Golig), and other branches ol M.nce "'
MRS. A. ZAFPOWt, Prtncipni
Fir A ZAPrONErrhylclannuJ Dcnli.l
Uflloe In the same building NI, i
in a s r e k N r it
raw ou .
I0U do . .
uu do .
la stora, and Isndlai. br
CksTXR a ca,
Mar laltUBOf, Mpot
rtnASOE of nouns.
iVlled.llJUa, WUmljsctcna euad Baltlpeoro
On and after ilONDAT, AN. Mh, ISO, ""
MSSUTOTX TJUWJ HATS tBILADA. FOB
Baltlman. at a.00 a. m. (a3rpr.ss,.Mondars ex-
ecptod,) ut, 1LSS a. m-, ttapreee,) and J oo p. m.
and IS m.. night- . .. M ..
& Tit .m - im ,m mt 11 no n. n.
WtbstutonT at 4.00 (Mondays excepted,) 8.15,
ii.Ma.m., o and .loo p. is.
rer, at a IS a. m. aad , p. m.
MIlfordtk.tB.lS a. m.
Salisbury, at 8.14 ns.
TRAINS FO PUJLADEWUU LEAVE
Baltimore at B 00, 10.10 k, in, (Express,) 1.10 Ex-
ptmO 6.SS and B.U (Exprtti.) p. a.
Wiiinloctoa at 7.10. 95 and 11.44
p.m.. 4.10, too and 11.10 p, m.
p. m.. Clo,
nuiiora at o p. m.
Dorar at f.io a. m. sad e.tO p. m.
Nw Ctutla st 8.B0 s. m. snd 8.10 d. tn,
Cheitsr at B.10 snd 10.ot s. m.. ix. e.07 snd
40 p. m.
tVSST DNamon iot skubvqtj ana uivrmcuiBtu
stations at B.U and 8 10 p. m.
Lear Baltimore for Dotct and Intermedial sts
ttonSfSt 1.10 p. m.
TRAINS rOH BALTIMORE
Learn Chaster at 8,45 , a.. .ia p. n.
Lesr Wllaniuton st tUxf. 1.34 n. m.. ILtft. 4-10
p. iil, and 1 oo a. m.
FREIGHT trains, withpsisenfersar attacneo,
Leare Philadelphia, for Penrrllle nd taterms
dlate plseet, at 8.M p. m.
Lesrt Wllmlnrtoa, for FerryTllle and lntermedl
Lcsve Wilmington for Philadelphia and iDtermt
d4ate plaocs st 4 p. m.
SUNDAYS Only st 4 a. m. and 1? m., from rhlla-
oeipbia to Daiumore.
trom rniisueipniM io nuoiiDH,n n ai i
o. . . .
From wiimlnelon to ruiisaeipnia at 7 p. m. ana
ti to n. m.
Oofy it 810 p.
mar 18 tf
from Baltimore to Fhlladl-
WM. BTEARNS, Ssp't.
NEW VOn If LINKS.
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOT AND PHILADEL
PHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA
prom pmLADEirniA to yew toss
AyD WAT rLACES,
Prom Walnut Street Wharf and Ken
will lxiti as roLLOws, nz i Fare,
A M ,laCamden and Amboy C fcA.
Accommodation - - - $3 39
A. M.,vUCamdandJersey City-New
Jersey AccommodAtloa - 3-20
A. M., via Cmden and Jersey Cltyi
luorninc express - w
At 8 AaM-atU Camden and Jersey City
3d Class Ticket ----- 25
At 11 A. M.,vlsKensiDftonandJerseyCltyj
Kxnress ------ 00
M , Camden and Amboy C and
A. Acenmmfttlvtli"n - - 2.35
3 P. M., vis Camden and Amboy C. and
A. F.xpress ------ 10
3 P. M , via Kensington and Jersey City,
WasMnctwnandN V Express - 100
V T. ni .vfaXcuslngton and Jersey City;
llVP'M.,vlaKiiiSlngton and Jersey Cltyj
At IXfNIght) via Kensington and Jersey u
City, Southern Fxprrss - - 1 00 j
At r.M, via Camden and Amboy Aeeom. ,
souincrn mr 11
modatlon (Frslcht and Passenger)
lit Cl IICKCi - -a
3d class ticket - - 1M
Th s IS V M. Even in a- Mall and the 1 SO fNlrht)
tvuthm Exnress will run dallv. fail others. Sun
WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK.
Lesve WashlDcton at 6 and 11.15 A M. and 1 and
Leave New York at 7 ana io a m. ana 7 so ana
11 J0 P. M
Fifty pounds of Baggage only allowed each pas
senger. Passengers are prontpited irom taking
Dvlhlnr as uaxEace nut tneir weannr annarei
All Rarraxa over flflv itounds.to be naid for extra.
The Company limit their responsibility for Barrage
to One Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount beyond loo Dollars, except by special
contract. W.M 11. GATZMLR, Agent.
LINES FROM NEW YORK TO PHILADELPHIA
From foot of Cortland street, at 12 m . aad 4 d. m..
vis Jersey City and Camden at 7 and 10 a. m 4,7.10
and 11.30 p. m.. via Jersey City and Kensington.
From foot of Barclay street at 8 a. m. and 3 p. m.
via Amboy and Camden.
From Pier No. 1 North River, at 1 and A p. m.,
(Freight snd Passenger) t la Amboy and Camden,
ALT! MORE AND OHIO
and after MONDAY. April 20th. 1883. two
Dallv trains will be run between Washlnstoa and
Wheeling and Parkersbnrg, two between Wash
ington and Harper's Ferry, and six between Wash
ington and Baltimore, as follows
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK aad BOSTON,
Leave Washington at 8 and 11.10 a. m., and 3 and
t.30 p. m.
On Sunday at 30 p m only
Leave at '6 30, 8 00 and 11 16 a m , and 3 00, O.OU
and 8 30 p. m
On Sunday at 8 a m , and t and 6 30 p. m only.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST,
Leave Washington at 6 30 a. m , and 3. 0 and I 30
vn auuuay ai aou swp m. oniy,
FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH,
Lesve Baltimore for Washington at 4 30,8 and
10 a m .and 3, 3 00 and 8 p m.
The third and fourth trains only from Baltimore
and the first aad fifth tralas from Washington,
stop at way points.
Leave Baltimore at 8 a. to and 3 p m.
Leate Washington at 8 a m and 3 p. m.
No train for Annapolis on Sunday
For further Information, tickets of every kind,
Ac, apply to J T England, Agent, at Camden Sta
tlon, or at The ticket office
W P. SMITH,
Mister Trans port Ion.
L. M COLE,
ap 21 tf General Ticket Agent.
1 DAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
X. OFFICEOU PENN AVENUE,
WtuAington City, 1). O.
(MEAT EABTEKN, NORTHERN, ajtd WMT
ERN EXPRF.88 FORWARDEH8.
Sf.rrtaandlM, Slonejr, J.w.lry, Valuable.,
Sot.., Htock., Bond., ...,
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
socesatble section, of the country. This Company
has Agencies In the principal railway towns In the
NORTH, EAST, WtST, AND NORTHWEST.
Its principal ottlces are
WASM.VOTO.V.JJ. t, X. YORK, HOSTO.V,
PHILADELPHIA, BALTHroAk, O.V-
(jr.VXATI. AT. LOUIS. LOUIS-
Connections are made at New Tork snd Boston
with lines forwarding tu the Canadas and th.
British Provinces, and with steamship lines to Lli -
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, and thence by
European expresses to all prominent commercial
town. In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills made at all
acoes.lble part, of the United states.
C C DUNN, Agent,
e 13 Waahlngton, D. C.
WEATLV CXEiUTKD DV
JAMES W. DA IS,
401 Seventh street we-t, Room No 6.
Orders for Marklntr Plates executed nromntlv at
a cost ol 20 per cent le-n than any other establish
Citizens and Merchants will Unit it rreatlv to
their advantage learnlos our prices before giv-
frmnn Silt er Plates cut or entrratpd for mark.
leg flue linen goods, with lndelllt.r Ink, warmnted
the test article In use (Uuwareol M title Dates
palmed oltl-y other parties ami aiUertlaed as sil
ver There are no blher Stencil riatea manufac
tured The same pnrtles alsu furnish a mixture
of Coal lar with which they dupe their customers.
UtoH out lor inese unprincifueit jeiiows wnose
only fttijeet Is toicet jour uiorie) ) A steucll plate
Is a worthless thins; unless jou have the right I11U
KNUUAV1NU AND COIM'KU PLATE
In all Its hranches
Hill Heads, Pinin and Fancy Business Cards, with
PproprWte df eigue and ewry variety of Stencil
VWoik executed with neatness and dispatch
AiphaWta, Jlgures, Steel Punches and Patent
Burning Brands, which can be -et up to order In
ten minutes' noilce
Having rfLfivetl an Invoice of Seal Presses, we
are prepared to furnish any orders wltnout delay
moi7ruZiSfMto4, KlVe "' ' 6.
Visiting and Wed ling Cards, neatlv enrravM
Donfl forget the number-4W leventh street, be
twtta D tad X, test side, p io .i
GREAT DECLINE IN GOLD !
But taa bct place la town to rt a
0n1 Salt) of CUthvi
490 Bartmth Btrset,
OffXHUl fA City I OJfla,
Where you ean find a large and well-eeleete4 stoek
of CLOTHING, st prices that defy competition.
4to Serenth street,
Two doors abore J. Bacrcc A. Co.
HORACE HATCH, M. D ,
.Vo. SCO Stmt, tehorra 111 oiul It.
Ornct Honns till 10 a m.i after 4 p. m.
ap T ew"
1 PENSIONS, BOUNTIES,
ti A nv t A V l ft D if
BACK FAY, WAR CLAIM.
AN l CLAIMS KOH INUtWrdl I.
CLAnK A GATLORD,
Attorney and CouttwIiVri at Laot
FOR ALL KINDS OF MILITARY CLAIMS,
Corner Tth and P streets, Room No 3,
WAinmoTOH, D. C.
This Firm, having a thorough knowledge of the
Pension Business, and being familiar with the
practice la all the Departments of Goverameat,
believe that they caa afford greater fscllities to
Pension, Bounty, aad other Clalmaats, for the
prompt and successful accompllshmsat of business
entrusted to them than any other firm In Washing
ton. They desire to secure such anitmount of this
business as will enble them to execute the busi
ness for each claimant ERY CHKAPLY. aad on
ihthftilanf THUfl PtY CONT1NGFNT UPON
THEIll SUCCESS IN J.AUI1 CASK, KOtimi pur-
dose the) will secure the services of Law Firms i In
al the neccssarv blank forms of application and
t Idence, requisite printed pamphlet instructions,
and Circulars for distribution In their vicinity, with
Aanfit' namei lnairtnt. anil nnna the due r
cuiion Ol ine papers ana trammiMion oi ioe wma
to them by tbelrloeal'assodates.theywlUprnmpt-
iy ,rfnrm the business here.
't-Their eharres wiU be FIE DOLLARS FOR
OrPlECRJ and FIVE DOLLARS FOR PRIVATES.
for each Pension or Bounty and Back Pay obtained,
and ten per cent, on amount of Claims for MILI
TARY SUPPLIES, or CLAIMS FOR INDEMNITY,
and Collection of PRIZE MONEY.
CJ- Soldiers enlisted since tne 1st of March, 1661,
la any kind of service. Military or Naval, who are
disabled by disease or wounds, are entitled to Pen
sions All soldiers who serve for two years, or
durln the war, should it sooner close, will be eo
tltJed to 8100 Bounty.
By a law of the last session of Congress, all Sol
diers discharged on account of wounds received In
the service, since the Commencement of the War,
shall receive the $100 bounty; and all revenue
stamps heretofore required on soldiers' application
papers are dispensed with. Widows of soldiers
who die or are killed are entitled to Pensions and
the $100 Bounty, If there be no widow, then the
minor chlUren, and if no minor children, then the
father, mother, sisters, or brothers are entitled to
the $100 bounty, and, In addition thereto, depend
ant mothers, sisters, or brothers will be pensioned
Washington, D. C , 18SS. mar ft ly
OOMES & BROWN,
SOLICITORS OF PATENTS AND CLAIMS.
tit In a, astd sal either lust Clsume.
fgsUnst the Ctore nun ent
OFFICE No. 4TA SEVENTH STRWT,
WASHIHOTOft, D. C,
And Ab. 2 7trl Plaet. corner of litoadwy,
, iora. s. utcw. cvroen
oppotiU City IfaB, A'm
It far, br iMrnalaalem. te
Hons. Hannibal Hamlin, Vice President, Me.j
piariia naiDueiKn. nayor vuy oi urooaiyn aui
lah Mann, Jr , New York City i John N. Goodwin,
H C . Me i Thomas M. Edwards. M C, N. H.i Ed
ward H. Rollins, M. C, N H.i Alex. H. Rlc, M.
C. Mass. i John B. AUev. M. C.. Masa.t Alfred A.
Burnham, M. C, Conn.t Dwlght Loomls, M C.,
Conn ; John A Gurley, M. C., Ohio f James M
Ashley, M. C, Ohloi Sidney Edgerton, M C , Ohlot
John Hutchlns, M. C., Obloi John Cot ode, M C,
Pa t Robert MeKnlghi, M C., Pa. t Justin S. Mor
rill, M. C, Vt.John F. Potter, M. C, Wis Z,
Chandler, M. C . Mlch.j Jamee H. Lane. M L ,
Kansas Cyrus Aldrlch. M C, Minn.' Wm. Kel-
logc, w. u., ni.1 jonu i. rnxon, m, l;., rt J.iJOun
i. a, siranon, m. ., n. . r. u touxe, m u ,
IU.i Owen Lovejoy, M. C, III.) F. P. Blair, Jr , M
C, Mo. aJbfidge G. Spaulding, M. C, N Y.i Al
fred Elv. M. C. N. Y.t Mai or General H. B bur-
real N. Wrckofr. Kao . Pres.
Bank 1 Shepherd Knapp. Esq.
i rrea. meenanic'
rpiIOUAS K. LLOYD,
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMANTS,
iKD iGgjrr roa proovmixq
Bounty Lands, Pensions, Arrears
of Pay, Extra Pay, Ac.,
WASMNQTON, D. C,
Will give prompt aad efficient attention to the
froKution ol Claims of every description against
he Government, and make no charge unless suc
sessfuL Both references and charges for services wlM be
tj- Pensions secured for soldiers wounded or dis
eased during the existing war) also, for the widows
andoriihaiis of soldiers who havadiMirpnmuniin.ia
or disease Incurred while In the United States ser
vice) also, Bounty Money for the helrs-ln-law ol
soldiers deceased during the existing1 war.
Fees divided with attorneys or other persons for
The highest prices paid for Land Warrants.
THOMAS K. LLOYD.
Attorney for Claimants,
No. 47B Seventh street,
Washington, D. C.
N. B. Editors of pspers publishing the above card
will be entitled to my services to the amount of
their charges. p. K. U
LAIMS AGAINST UNITED
INLEY BIGGER, flats Heirlstfp of th lTniti
States Treasury,) and LHAKLFS F. SHERMAN,
Counsellors at Law, v. Ill de ote their entire atten
tion to the tirosecutlon and itttm.ntnrii.ma...i.
against the United States, growing out of the prta
ent war. Including the Accounts and Claims ol
States, Contractors, and Disbursing Utllcersi appli
cations for the restoration of property Illegally
seized or captured, and for compensation for the
use of private propert) for Government purposes,
and for damages for the Injury of such property I
the arm), fur mllitar pay, pension, and bounty
lanus, ami lor uismnuiive snares or moneys pay a-
Klf. 1st the TT-iaILI.J asn1 iltij. Ia ai i !.. a.. b f - ' a
"- " l " "mmuuiiiiHuril.g
Thev will also rl.e leiral advice tu rUimmts
contractors, and to unprnfesslonal agents in lltU
mcu iiiri mm 'irri-arr wrmen argunients when
With nnr0aldiiit AsTntn uhi man ,, .h..
claims, an equitable division of commissions will
Undisputed Demands will be collected and
promptly remitted for a commission of from a halt
to two ami a half per cent, depending on the
amounti nd negotiations with the Departments
couuucteu uu uumcntve terms
By prompt attention, moderate chareres,Jongex
regulations, rules, and precedents governing that!
class of business at the Departments, they hope to
render their services useful to claimants and public
Reference may be made to mem) ers of Congress,
andotilcers of the (Jovernment, and especially, bv
permission, tothe Hon I-in ha Wiutti EsEy.J-irst
Lompiroucr oi inu irewurv
Address nlrssrs BIbUER A SHERMAN.
Washinrtfin. I. r.
Office. No f IA F street, near Treasury and Wit
lards' Hotel. nov ft m.
PHYSICIAN AND BLUOEON
n ruTr.nrrB m tt tat r w v i. ..
now permanently located at No 440 TWELFTH
STREET, where he may be consulted upon every
thing I elating to Medicine and Surgery From his
extensive experience In the New York Hospitals
and In the army, he feels warranted In pledging the
most Judicious treatment to all who msy require
tus services, a. v. nwuu,.., m. v.,
my 7im No. 441 Twsinh itreet,
F F I 0 I A L
raoTorr Mahal Oeitisal'i Orncz,
The attention of all offleeri, who hare been hon-
orsbljr dlieharfed on account of wounds or dlia
blllty, and who desire to rs-eaterthe icrTlsela
the larsltd Corps, It cslled to the proTlslona of
Oenersl Orders, No. 105, of lWs, from the War De
partmtat. published la the pspers throufhout the
country. Bush offloers are reu-1d to comply
promptly with the provisions of that order, and to
scad their written applications, as therein pro
Tided, for positions In the laralld Corps, (itstlng
thecharacter of their disability,) with ss little delay
as ponlble, to the Acting Aailatsnt Provost Mar
shal General of the State la which they may be.
Such Acting Asslstsnt Provoit Marsaaiueaeral
will at once forward the spoliations, with his In
dorsement, to the rroroit Marshal Genera t at
Officers for the Invalid Corps will be appointed
Immediately upon furnishing the papers required
by General Order No 100, of 1881, from War De
partment. Their pay and emoluments will com
mence from date of acceptance of sueh appoint
ments, and not from date of organisation of the
respective commands to which they may be as
signed. S Be FAV,
my 2J Provost Marshal General.
F F I C I A L
Pnovorr Marshal GeheraVs Orncc,
WAIItlRQTOL', u.., raja,iw. )
All men who desire to Join sny psrtlculer regi
ment of Catslry now In the fleld, are hereby au
thorized to present themselves any time during
the next thirty days to the Board of Enrollment in
their respecthe District! The Board shall ex
amine them and determine upon their fitness for
the sen Ice, aad If found to be ft, the Provost Mar
shal of the District shsllrhe them transportation
tickets to the general renden out, at the head-
Quarters of the Act. n Assistant Provost Marshsl
General of the State At soon as they present
themselves at this general rendezvous they hall
be duly mustereJ by a mustering and disbursing
onicer.andpaldbyMm the Itounty allowed bylaw.
JAMES B FRY,
may 23 1m Troiott Marshal General.
F F I C I A L .
flnjUTABT leEnERAl. IW1 ICE,
a r .- '
washirotor, April as, lses.
General Orders, No. I Oft. The orgsnliatlon ot
an Invalid Corps Is hereby authorlied.
This corps shall contlit of companies, and If It
shall hereafter be thought best, of battalions.
The companies shall be made up from the follow
ing sources, vis
Firtt By taking those ofllccn and enlisted men
of commands bow In the field (whether actually
preicnt or temporarily absent) who, fiom wounds
received In action or disease contracted In the line
of duty, are unfit for field icrrlce, but are still ca
pable of eft ecu e garrison duty, or such other light
(luty may u reqUircJ of Rn lni aiW Corps. Regl-
il Commander, shall st once make out, ?r?m
Information received from their Medical and Com
pany Officers, and from their own knowledge, rolls
(according to the form furnished) of the names of
all the officers and enlisted men under their com
mands who fulfill the following conditions, vlu
1 That they are unfit for sctlv c field service on
account of wounds or disease contracted In the
line of duty this fact being certified by a Medical
Officer in the service, sfter personal examination
3 That they are fit for garrison duty ( this fact
being liken isc certified bj the Medical Officer, as
abov e, after personal examination.
a That they are, in the opinion of their Com
manding Officers, meritorious and deserving.
These rolls shall becertliled by the Examining
Surgeon and Regimental Commander, and trans
mitted, through the regular channels of military
correspondence, to the Provost Marshal Generalof
the United States.
The Regimental Commander shall enter Into the
column of remarks, opposite each officer's name
on the roll, a statement as to the general character
of the officer for Intelligence, Industry, sobriety,
and attention io auty t ana an intermediate com
manders shall Indorse thereon such facts as they
may possess In tho case, or If they have none, they
shall state how far they are willing to Indorse the
opinion of the otfloer or officers making the recom
mendation Similar rolls shall be fowarded from
time to time, whenever the number of men fulfill
ing the conditions en urn ers ted or the exigencies
of the service may render It expedient.
Second By taking those officers and enlisted men
still in service and borne on the rolls, but who are
absent from duty, in hospitals or convalescent
camps or are otherwise under the control of medl
cal officers In these cases the medical officer In
attendance shall prepare the rolls according to
form, entering the names of officers and men from
the tame regiment on a roll by themselves, and
send them, with the certificate of the surgeon, duly
signed, to the proper regimental commander, who
will forward them, as heretofore specified, subject
to the same conditions and requirements. If, in
any esse, the rrgimental commander shall think
an officer unfit, In point of character, to continue
In the service of the Inv alid Corps, though disabled
and certified by the surgeon, he will state his ob
jection In Hie column of remarks, and note the ex
ception before signing the certificate. If any offi
cer or enlisted man now In the service, but absent
aad bc ond the reach of a medical officer In charge
of a hospital or convalescent camp, desires to en
ter this corps, he will take the course Indicated
below for those who have been honorably dis
charged the service.
Third. By accepting those officers and enlisted
men who have been honorably discharged on ac
count or wounds or disease contracted In the line
of duty, and who desire to re-enter the sen Ice. In
tne ease o an Ulcer, application for apDolntment
must be made to the Provost Marshal Generalof
tne Lotted states through the officer detailed as
Acting Assistant rrovost Marshal Gensral of tha
State No application of this kind will be consid
ered unless the followtngoondltlons are completely
1 That the applicant produce tha certiftat r
the surgeon oT the Board of Enrollment for the Dis
trict in which he resides, that he Is unfit for act,..
neia uuty on account oi wounds or disease, and Is
not liable to draft, but is fit for garrison dutv.
2 That he furnish evidence of honorable dls-
cnarge on account ot wounds or disability con
traded in the line of dutv.
tnat no prouuoe recommendations from the
Regimental, Brigade, and Division Commanderi
under whom he formerly served, that he la worthy
of being thus provided for and capable of returning
adequate service to the Government. In case It
shall be Impracticable to get this last evidence, he
may.naving esiamisnea the first two points above,
satisfy the Board of Enrollment that he Is deserv
lng, and present Its certificate of the fact This
evidence must all beobtaloed by the applicant, snd
must be transmitted with his applicstlon for ap.
If there be no Acting Assistant rrovost Marshal
Oneral for the State, the application may be for
warded through the Adjutant Generalof the State,
who Is desired to indorse thereon such facts In the
milittry Mstor of Uu applicant as he may know,
or us are allorded b) Ins reiurds, and forward the
same to the Provost Marshal General of the Uni
ted States I-nllsted men, hohorablj discharged
on account or disability, desiring to re-enllst in
this corps, will present themselves to the Board
of Enrollment Tor the District lo which they reside,
for examination by the Surgeon thereof, who shall
examine them and report the result to the Board
The Board shall then consider each cas , and if
the applicant Is found to Uittl the conditions spe
cified below, the Board shall gire him a certificate
to that efloct, viz
1 That he Is unlit for serv Ice in the field.
2. That he is tit for garrison duty.
I That he Is meritorious and desert lng.
4 That he was honorably discharged from the
The Provost Marshal for tl.c District shall then
send the application, with this certificate of the
Board, tothe Acting Assistant Provost Marshal
General of tho state, wlio shall procure such evi
dence of service and chitracter as the records of
the company to which he bi longed, on file at the
hea-Kjuarters of ll.e sut.. v lhow amJ t
tied that it tia meritorious tase.and that the man
is deserving, he will mint him in accordance with
suuh epeclsl rules as th. Provost Marshal General
Medical Inspector, Surjreoni in charge ol hos
pitals, Military Commanders, and all others having
authority to discharge, unler existing laws and
regulations, are forbidden to grant discharges to
any men under their control who may be fit for ser
vice In the Invalid Corps
The Provost Marshal General Is charged with
the execution of this order, and the troops organ
lzed under it wi Jibe under the control of his Bu
reau By order of the Secretary of War
. a . , E D TOWNiEND.
may fr-4lm Aiilitaot Adjutant Gipcrsl.
WASHnrerro Crrr, D. C-,lt.u,la.
In oonaequent, of lh praasnre of baalnes. at
tha War pepartmeat, passes for tltlzeu to rtslt
th. Amy of the rotomM will b. glreo at th. offle.
of LlanL Cot Covaao, in FtnniylTajUa areauef
aoor. riuareaavi sire.1. jaw
xausvar DnraaTMrjrr, April I, law.
Nolle U hertbj ctTev of tha rudlom of
this Depertmeat foreseen, at Baturltjr, th. oat
standlirtworeera Tressurr notM Uue4 lo 1841.
Interest will taerefor. e,as. after raatnrllr Here
of. i. P. CHAIE,
TOE nOOKER IB THE GENERAL OF
NEXT TO HIM C0HC3
rns roruLAit cLormito nouss
Ml Smll Smt, Mwam IndK srreele,
When ean be found the b est and cheapest stock of
CLOTHING AND FURNISniNO GOODS
rn thi cm.
Now Is the time to bu, I W. .re offennf coods
Terr low, tor th. next thirty days, to make room
for Spring Goods.
rxm'T ronoiT it
SMITH S. BtALL'S,
Ml Serenth street, near K.
TT U H It A II FOR SMITH,
460 Seventh Street.
He Is selling Immense bargains in
HATS, CAPS, AoJ AC.
For a lew days more, we will offer our immense
To make room for our SPRING STOCK. To tfcoe
U want! we say now ts the time to buy I
REMEMBER, THAT SMITH'S IS
HEADQUARTERS FOR CLQTHINQ
460 Seventh Street,
TWO DOOBS ABOYI J. BBDCX CO.
i, H. SMITH, CJouier,
460 Seventh street,
And cor. 90th st. and renn. av.
MIE WHOLESALE STOCK OF
WINKS AND MQUOlll,
LaU 880 Pmnqlvanis Avenue,
Betvten D and E tlrtell,
Wll III TT1LI. COXTINCX TO SILL TO
atl.r Purr.yor., and th. City Trad.,
mar a TuThJtf
TVTEW YOHK AND WASHINGTON
X STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The abot enamed company have placed upon the
route between NEW y6RK, WASHINGt6n and
GEORGETOWN three superior Ocean Steamers,
commanded by experienced and skillful sssmer.
which will form a SEMI-WEEKLY LINE, carry
ing freight at lower rates than any other.
These stesmers will connect with all transporta
tion tines out of New York, and no commission
charged for forwarding goods consigned to the
CJ" Fmbalmed bodies forwarded to any part or
thflUnl ted Mates.
Qoodt thould be Uttitutly marked, to aveld mis
carriage. For freight or passage (having exoellent accom
modations) apply to MORGAN h RHINEHART,
TU Water street, Georgetown. JAMES HAND,
117 Wall street, New lor It. ap 24eolm
rpilia IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
L the subscriber hath obtained Trom the Or
phans' Court of Waahlngton county, In the District
of Columbia, letters testamentary on the personal
estate of William S. Colquhouo, late of Washing
ton county, D. C , deceased. All persons having
claims against the said deceased, are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to
the subscriber, on or before the 3d day of Msy next t
they may otherwise by lew be excluded from all
beosflt of the said estate,
Given under my hand this 3d day of May, 1863.
ny 11 lewtw Executor.
'plllfl IB TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
1, the subs rlber has obtained from the Orphan's
Court or Washington county, In the District or
Columbia, letters of administration on the person
al estate of Elizabeth millings, lste of the county
aforessld, deceased. All itsrsons hating claims
against the said deceased, are herebt warned to ex
hibit the sime, with the vouchers thereof, to the
subscriber, on or before the 9th day of May next i
they may otherwise bylaw be excluded from all
benefit of tho said estate
GU en under my hand this 8th day of May, 1SS3.
JAMES H. JONES,
y 11 tawlw Administrator.
MADAME 8. FAVAROER.
No. 30 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C,
Front room, two flights up. fib 31
PEBlt'B 8AMBUOI WIKE
riraa. fova. Ttual old,
OT 011010 OPORTO QKAPK,
rOR FHTIICUKf 0,
JFbr Jhnotee, Tt'raUy rmont; and Tnraltdt.
Every family, at this season, should use the
Celebrated In Europe for Its medicinal and benefi
cial qualities as a gentle Stimulant, Tonic, Diuretic,
and Sudorlflflfhlgnly esteemed by emlaent physl-
sns,ueeainfcuropeaa ana American nospiiais.
and by some of the first famlliei la Europe and
AB A TONIC.
1IBMUU ciUM.u.uii ti ByivwH auu VUtlUllU
up the system, being entirely a pure wine of a most
lil...A.aa1 ....!- .,- .. ..J kII.Ka
AS A DIURETIC.
It Imparts a healthy action of the Glands and Kid
neys, ana urinary urgns,very tfcnenoiai id un-rvy
Gout, and Rheumatic affections.
Is not a mixture or manufactured article, bat Is
pure, from the Juice of the Portugal Satabucus
icmlito and rhyslclansaspoasesslng medical pro
perties superior to any other Wines In use, and an
excellent article for all weak and debilitated per
sons snd the aged and Infirm, Improving the appe
tite) and benefiting ladles and children.
A LADIES' WINE,
Because It will not Intoxicate as other wines, as It
eontalns no mixture of spirits or other liquors, and
Is admired ror Its rich, peculiar flavor, and nutritive
properties, Imparting a healthy tone to the digest
ive organs, and a blooming, soft, and healthy skin
WE REFER TO
A few well-known gentlemen and physicians who
nave inea u e w inei
Gen.Wlnflel 1 ScotLU.SA.
Gov. Morgsn, N.Y State.
DrJ.R.ChlIt n, N.Y.CHy.
Dr. Parker, N Y. City.
Drs. DareyiiNlcholl. New
ark, N J.
Dr. Ward, Newark, N.J
Dr. Marcy, New York.
ir. t aisi, rnuau'Sa.
Ej-None genuine without the signature of "AL
FRED SPEER. Pacsslc. N J.." Is over the cork
tJ-M AKE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINE.
For sale by Druggists and all first-class Dealers.
Trade supplied In Baltimore by WM. H. DROWN
A. SPEFR, Proprietor.
ViifCTASD Passaic, New Jersey.
Orncs 208 Broadway, New York.
John la foy, Paris,
nov ly Agent for France and Germany,
Warranted Gold Band Window Shades . Buff.
Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all siissj mad to
Also, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord and
Tassels, all eiies and colors.
Purchasing for cash, and allowing no old stock to
Mcumuiaiv, ticrioai nveuiug iuv suuts kudui win
flnii It to their advantare to rive ma a eail.
All work executed and superintended by practical
men, who have served a regular apprenticeship at
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay required.
Please give m a call.
Remember the number.
No. 4S6 Seventh street.
Eight doors above Odd Fellows' Hall
nov 3 Im
I? C. LIGIITE A CO.,
1 , (late Light e A Bradburys,)
PIANO FORTE MANUFACTURERS,
421 Bhoome St., Niw Yobb,
2d block Eatt ti Uroettoajf.
Mr. Ti C. Ltohtc, the original fuundjr of this
weil-KDOWU x.liauilBiaUieiii, on,vr mimrr, aim
only Practical Piano forte Maker of the late firm of
"Lighte &, Bradburs," hating retained nis Two
Thirds Interest In the whole business stock, mate
rials, &c, and Sole Proprietorship in his Valuable
Pattnit, Inclusive of his celebrated PATENT IN
SULATED IRON KHAMhS, is the only one who
can mske the SUPKltlOK PIANO fORTLS fur
which this house hss been so popular
Cf-All infringements on his rights will be prose-
cuted according to law.
n-AH Piano Fortes from this manufactory are
warranwu periaoi a every irBjHet; iur iivvjcimbi
Liberal Terms to Dealers.
F. C. LIGHTE fc CO,
ap to im 3l Broome St., New York.
ARTIFICIAL CLEOrLASTIC BONE TEETH,
wunout metai piate or ciaspa, oy
DR. S. It. aiOKHMOND,
010 Broadway, New York and 300 Penu. avenue,
between Twelfth and Thirteenth sts.J
WA8UINGTON. p. O..
Calls the attention or the public to the following
advantages of his Improved s) stem.
1st. The teeth of his manufacture wMl never cor
rode nor change color oy any acms, ana are three
fourths lighter than any other.
3d No teeth nor roots need be extracted, as the
artificial onee can be inserted over them.
Id. The roots will be made Inoffensive and never
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, as permanent
ones can be made Immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of the face, which, under
the old system, Is frequently disfigured
Sth Tills work has been fully tested, for over five
years, by many of the first chemists and physicians
u mis nuu niw uiit vuumrv.
Dr S has also Invented a white Indestructible
metal Hlllnr. with which the most atniime teeth
can bo filled without pain, and can build up a per
fect sound tooth on any side roots, which will last
uiruugn a luviiiue.
Call and examine for yourselves. nov 8 im
TsENTAL NOTICE -FOU BEST
XJ clss of DENTAL OPJnATIONS, Surgical
sua Mechanical, apply to DR LOOMIS, 33(4 Penn
cylvanla avenue, near corner of Ninth street
Hours for administering chloroform from 9 to 11
ipeclal attention given to the regulating or
eli. L0CKWO0D CONTINUES THE
practto of Dentistry. In the Washington
Linr. corner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh
street. Having preoUoed in the south nearly six
teen years, he fisls assured that he saa gtv satis
faction to any that mar sail.
TmUi tossrUd oa Vulcanite, Slabber, or Goj
BALTIMORE LOOK nOBPITAL.
KfTABUSMEB Al A UrVOB Ilf 9. VAC BUT.
THE OIL PUCS WHXBC A CVBB CAB BBOBTAIKBO
DiUdOiuiHTun HAsnissoversKithe auovt Car,
tai( Speedy and only. Effectual Remedy id the
World for weakness ol the Back or Umbel stria
tum, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, b
voluntary DUoharres. Inspotensr, General DeVllI.
ty, Nervousness, Dyspepsls, Lanicmr, Low Spirits
Contusion of Ideasjj Palpitation of the Heart, Tla
Idty, Tremblings, Dimness of sight vr GtddlSMs,
Disease orthe Head, Throat, Nose or flktoj abW
tloae of th Lungs, Stomach or Bowels thoee Tar
rlble Disorders arising from the solitary Habits ol
Youth -those srcsKT and solitary practices mbr
fatal to their victims than the song of Syren to
th Mariners of Ulyssss, blighting their most bril
liant hopes or anticipations, rendering suairlag.
Especially, who Save become the vlottme ot SoIU
tafr Vice, that dreadful and destructive haMt
Which annually swmtm tn an n. timid mva Umn.
sands of Young Men of the most exalted talents
and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise hav
entranced listening Senates with th thunders of
eloquence, or waked to ecstasy the living lyre, may
call with fuUeonndene. '
Married Persons, or Young Men eontemplaUn
marriage, being aware or physical weakness, or
I aale oebillty, dermitles, fca, speedily eured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J.
mar religiously cpnflda In his honor as a gentleman.
aadeoandenUy rely upon his skill as a physlcUn,
Immediately Cured and Full Vigor Restored.
This Dreadful Diseasewwhich renders Life mis
erable and Marriage Impossible ts the penalty
paid by the victim of improper indulgence.
Young persoasare too ant to commit exeessee from
not being aware of th dreadful consequences that
mayensu. Now, who that understands th sb
ct wlllpretend to deny that tho power of procre
ation Is Tost sooner by those falllnjr into Improper
habits than by the prudent! Besides being- oV
prired tbepleasuHsofhealthyoffsprlnr, thmo '
serious and destructive symptoms to both body and
mind arise. The system .becomes dersngej ,the
Physics! and Mental Functions Weakened: .Loss of
OFFICE No. 7, SOUTH FREDERICK STREET.
Left band side, going from Balttmhr street, a few
doors from the corner. Fall not to observe nam
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. Th
Doctor's Diplomas hang la Ms office.
Member of the Roval Collereof StimAna. Tai.,1a.
graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges La
the United States, and the greater part of whose
41 lira BHU t'CUI IU tlto UUBJilMI Ul iXDQOn. Pll
lis. Phlladelnhia and el -when haa -.' ..M.
of the mest astonishing eures thst were ever
known t many troubled with ringing In the head and
ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed
at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent blush
ing, atienaea semetimes with a derangement of
mind, were cured Immediately,
Take Particular Notice I
Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured them
selves by Improper Indulgence and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and mlsd, jinflttln them for
either business, study, society or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, vis t Weakness
of the Back and Limbs, Pains In the Head, Dimness
of fight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation, ol
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derange
ment or the Digestive Functions, General Deblilf y.
Symptoms of Consumption.
Mxhtallt. The feaiful effects on the mind are"
much to be dreaded Loss of Memory, Confusion oi
Ideas, Depressloa of spirits, Evil Forebodings.
Aversion to Society, SelMJistruit, Loveof Solitude!
Timidity, Ac, are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge
what la the cause of their declining health, Joslng
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and
emaciated, having a singular appearance about th
eyes, cough andjymptoms of consumption.
Who hare Injured themselves by a certain praetlo
indulged In when alone a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, the effects ot
which are nightly felt, even when asleep, audit
not eured renders marriage Impossible, and destroys
both mind and body, should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, the darling of his parents, should be
snatched from all prospects andenjoymentsof life,
by the consequence of deviating from tne path ol
nature and Indulging in a certain secret habit. Such
persons must, bsfor contemplating
reflect that a sound mind and body are the most
necessary requisite! to promote-connubial happi
ness. Indeed, without these, the Journey through
life becomes a weary pilgrimage the prospect
hourly darkens to the view i the mlod becomes
shadowed with despair, and filled with the melan
choly reflection that the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and Imprudent votary of
pleasure finds he has Imbibed the seeds of this pain
ful disease, It too often happens that an llUlmed
sense of shame, or dread of dlsoovery, deters him
from applying to those who. from education and
respectabllltv, can alone befriend htm. He falls
int the hands of Ignorant and designing pretend
ers, who, Incapable of curing, filch nis pecuniary
substance, keep him trifling month after month, or
as long as the smallest fee can be obtained, and In
despair leave him with ruined healUtts Igh over
his calling disappointment or, by the use of that
deadly poison. Mercury, hasten the constitutional
symptoms of this terrible disease, such as Aflectlon
of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, etc., progressing
with frightful rapidity till death puts a period to
his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that un
discovered country from whose bourn no traveler
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institution
within the last eighteen years, and the numerous
important Surgical Operations performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by the reiorters of the "Sun
and many other papers, notices of which have ap
peared again ana again before the public, besides
his standing as a gentleman of character and re
sponsibility, la a sufficient guarantee to the af
flicted. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Persons writing should be particular In directing
their letters to his Institution, In the following
JOHN M. JOHNSTON. M D.,
Baltimore Lock Hospital,
dec IS ly Baltimore, Maryland.
And all incipient ttaget of Connanptim
For sale, wholssale and retail, by
O. BOSWELL, Druggist,
Cor. Maryland avenue and Seventh st.,
And Z. D. OILMAN,
Penn. avenue, near Browns How.
Charles Allep, W. B. Entwlsle,
D. B. Clarl, John R. Major,
L. M. Smith, B .0. Major,
H. H. Mcpherson, J. W. Nalru,
S. C. Ford, J. D. O'Donnel,
J. P. Mliburn, J. F. Dawson,
Charles Stott D. G. Rldgely,
In Georgetown by Kldwell, Sothoroo, BeLesell,
And by Druggists and Sutlers generally,
HOW LOST' HOW RESTORED I
Jut Publiihid, f n a Sealed Envelope. Price $ix centi.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and Radical
cure of Spermatorrhoea or Seminal Weakness, In
voluntary Emissions, Sexual Debility, and Impe
diments to Marriage generally. Nervousness, Con
sumption, Lpllepsy andFltsi Mental and Ph)slcal
Incapacity, resulting from self-Abuse, Ac. By
ROBERT J CULVEHWLLL, M. D., author of the
Green Hook, c.
"A Boon to Thousand of Sufferers,
Sent under seal, In a plain envelope, to any address
pott paid on receiptor six cents, or two postage
Dr. CH. J. C KLINE,
171 Bowery, New York, Post Uflloe Box,4o8.
mar 80 im
H" AltDWAUE, BAR-liToN, AND
Haruware, Bar-iron. Stel
Horse Nails and hhoca
Diamond State Shoeing Iron
Axles and Axle Boxes
Springs, Carriage and Tire Bolts
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, Shafts
Duck, Drill and Canvas
Wheels, Buggy and Wagon Bows
Excelsior, Tow, Hair
Castings of all kinds
English and American Varnishes.
A large and complete stock of the above con
stantly on hand.
THOMPSON fc CO.,
No. 51S Ninth st., opposite Centre Market,
feb 1 Late G R. Thompson fc Bro.
OAS AXD STXAJf tiTTaa,
604 Seventh ttrut, near Canal BrUp,
All ordsrs .iMutad at tn. shortest notlM, U th
act substantial mauar, and on raasonabl. U rma.
Parsonal attaotlon ftrt to ststj dapartmaat ol