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(A frl(i A Ikftodel us n copof ixxtlcrt
pUtl written bjr Captain B. L. Blachford, Tope
rrspMcal Englneeie, U S. A-, which wu captured
la reUItentbrUeutenantaThoinpeon.Jun
rji, 18U. A photograph of th captain, relets at
th lima time, shows Mm to b a good looking
reoet.
thymine; fitter written to Mln V. P..
from my Cimsp during th flaow Storm
of March ,10, 1963.
rrar, what eseuao ry serve th daring wight
Who, to NIm Jenny, shall unhidden writ
Tne current nonseeee, oouohed In wretched rhyme,
la rroti presumption, but In vers a crime 1
But who can muse tale long, long, nowy day,
Nor find hie mind with sbteat ttlenda to stray,
NorthlokaeShrnstonedld.'Vi ovwiafnUiu
Vnn rrtf eV' but now, alee I between ue,
The rest won't rhyme nor nt In metre well.
And Tor the mesaiog, ask my brother U
And I maintain that when untimely enow
Onia up the doors, and angry windi do blowi
When shlv'rlng eparrowa lop the window pane.
And aeek protection from the enow and raliii
And wliUul dorei hide cloee In meaning tree,
And watch and wait for Sprtog's reluctant breeze)
The softened thought In tenderer mood will itray
To by-goo hours, and frlende eo far awayt
And If, while moved by fonder mem'rlei tnen,
We leak 00 mm an Ion thro the faithful pen,
Itmaybofollr.btttlllanotworie, ,
If ha who wrltee ahould iWre to writ In Terse.
Ort Tn.tlif !.t anil luat at two o'clock.
Wo took our leave, but toothed the parting ahoek,
And drank, aUitandlD In the baggage Far,
With all the honors and a three time three.
Dv Ma lor Deas and Captain Routh and mei
Another twain, who ahould hat pledged the cup,
W eOUKlat in TBI II, 1BU leUllY (asTC Aim UPf
I cannot guess what might his atepa detain,
I only know h waa not on the train.
"Remote, unfriended, melancholy, ifow,"
Arrived In n. went to Linden Row
1 ou well may gueic what eager questions then
Aisalled my ear, of "howl' and "where t" and
wueni"
And when
Your latei
when I told, and, questioned, told again
r latest tiiumphe and your bright campaign,
r truly aald you were the "mining pearl,'
Thev trulr laid vou were the 'mli.lnr DserlJ
And "mother' smiled, and "feared they'd spoil the
gu.
Would'et know what guests still gather round
a nariu,
And Join tb circle clear and pleasant mirth I
Well I observed, and well recorded all,
From rrine d P. and pretty Matty ral.
To Captain O., your launch, admiring friend,
aq pit. , noon Tiiii dvtvt cnu.
Bat, then, our friend, the tried and faithful D n,
The evening long, be never put nil two la.
Dut let me pauie, I need not here rehearie,
In doleful prose, or it ill more doleful veree.
How, grave and tad, I came to camp next day,
And thought once more of and fw and ny.
Adieu I dear friend, and ae all author! plae
Upon their worka a llkenecs of their face,
ho pleaa accept, aa portrait of the berd.
The on enclosed on photograpble card.
B. Lewis B.
MlM V. P., FfUrtburg,
The "Diamond Wedding."
Mr. William E. Cramer, editor of tho Mil
waukeo DaCy TJ fjconsfn, U mating a tour of
tfco lilted of Cuba. In a recent letter to Ms
paper he Bay:
"It v, HI bo remembered that when tho Cuban
Ovlcdo married Mlaa Bartlett, of New York, it
was icrmea, on account 01 ma lavisa giru, the
"diamond wedding." llaa the wcddlnp ro
anltcd happily 7 Aa I was In the can by Oulnci
route to Mata&zaa, It occurred to me that Scnor
Ovledo had plantations near the famed Tan of
Matanxas, Fortunately I found people who
knew eomeiuiBg or ine cenor. una mine: is
certain, he 1 Immensely rich cot so wealthy
as Aldama bat still his property Is counted
among the millions. What of him We do not
hear much good. lie Is reported to have had
an extensive harem of hie slaves, and Is the
pntatlve father of some twenty-flve or thirty
yellow piccaninnies.
To speak In brief, he was called an " old
wretch." Ilia young American wife Is repre
sented under different aspectssome say very
well contented others that she is miserable.
My own conviction is that she has plenty of
money to spend, and la not likely to be very
miserable as she married for monev. and that
reality she has for Ovledo's plantations are
supcrD. cne nas no c una 01 ner own bat can
turn her attention to Ovledo's yellow children.
From what 1 learned, I came to the conclusion
lb it Ovledo'a social position la not wiual to his
ncilth thafls. even his enormous wealth does
not asinro him or his wife a cordial reception
among the first society 01 vuoa.
lorrioiAL. '
LAWS OP TUB TJN1TKO STATUS,
laesea t th First Sc salon of the Thirty
eighth CongTcas.
tremje NO. 16.
An ict extending the time within which the
States and Territories may accept the grant
of lands made by the act entitled "An
act donating public lands to tho several
States and Territories which may provide
colleges for tho benefit of agriculture and the
mechanic arts," approved July second,
UghUcn hundred and slxty-two.
He it enacted by (Ae SenaU and JIouu of Hep
riMntattvei 0 th United States of America in
Cotijra aucmbUJ, That any State or Terri
tory may accept and shall be entitled to the
bencfllsof the act entitled "An act donating
public lands to tho several States and Territo
ries which may provide colleges for tho benefit
of agriculture and the mechanic arts," ap
proved July second, eighteen hundred and
e lit) -two, by expressing Its acceptance thereof
as provided In said act, within two years from
tho data of tho approval of this act, subject,
however, to the conditions In said act con
tained. Sec. 3. And he U further enacted, That tho
benefit of the provisions of this act, and of the
said act approved July second, eighteen hun
dred and sixty-two, be, and tho samo aro
htreby, extended to the State of West Virginia.
Approved, April 14, 1SG4.
Ty-ASIIINGTON CITY 8AVIN0B
BANK.
INCOnrOBATED BY CONORESS MARCH S, IM4.
KDWARD SIMMS, rreildent.
EDWARD CLARK, Vict rreeldent.
KDWARD SIMMS, Treaitirer.
THOMAS I. GARDNER, Secretary.
DIACCTOXI t
WM. I. DOLE, Z. C. noBBINS,
JOHN It ELVANS, SAMUEL V. NILES,
J. J. COOMBS, D. W, BARTLETT.
Thli Bank la now organized and ready for the
icceptlon of depoilti, temporarily, In the banking.
Uouieof Mtiin. Maury h Co., on Setenthecreet,
Ae .oon a. our n.w banktng-houie on Lonlalana
avenue ihall be completed due notice will be given,
and we take the liberty of eollclting liberal de
IK)4lta, and ehall afford every poi.ible facility nd
accommodation to depoiltore.
apl-ly THOMAS I. GARDNER, Secretary,
B
HI008 GOLD COMPANY
MINES-BRICGS U GREGORY LODES, OlLflN
COUNTY, COLORADO.
CAHTAL, 10,000 SHARES-1100 EACH,
TRUSTEES.
1. SMITH Unices, Colorado.
GEO. M. PULLMAN, Chicago.
ANTHONY ARNOUX, New York.
HENRY COOGILL, New York.
R. CORNELL WHITE, New York.
C. C. ALGER, Hudion, N. Y.
W. o. ANOELL, Providence, R. L
rreildent-J. SMITH BRIOGS.
Treainrcr-WALTER E. LAWTON.
Secretary-D. LITTLEJOHN.
Couniel J. s. WOODWARD.
Mining Juperlntendent-CHAS. H. BRIGGS.
UFKICE 31 Cliff Street, New York. ap4-lm
N
EW YORK
AND
WABniNOTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.
"""weekly imrrni NEW York, wash.
INGTUM AD aEOROETOWN. V, C.
STEAMSHIPS
. "VTMOUE. EMPIRE.
DAliYGR. inrr. Ian a nhirxt
ilSflvi 8,1"1i.IJ WEDNESDAYS nj SAT-
o-wrWAw'Xft,B
For freight orpasstge apply to
IORtfAN a. HMliElIART A..nt.
.eas-am 1 17 WSJI ItrittVeS Vortt.
OFFICIAL NOTICES!
o
FPIOUL
UBSCRIPTION TO 'THE MEW NATIONAL
LOAN
By direction of th Secretary of theTreaiury. 1
hereby give notice that lam prepared to receive
ubnrlptloni on account of United gtates Ban da
authorised by th act of March I, ISSl.bf arlrg date
March 1, 1M4, redeemable at th pleasure of the
Government after ten yean, and payable forty
years from date, bearing Interest at Are per centum
a rear, parable on Bondi not OTtr one hundred
dollars annually, end oa alt other bonds leal-ao-
nuallr. In coin.
Subscribers will receive either Registered or
Coupon Bondi. ae they may prefer.
Registered bonds will bo liined f th deoomla v
ttoni 01 nny aouars. (too 1 une Hundred toilers,
(100,) FIt Hundred dolUri, (1500.) On Thousand
dollars, (11,000,) rive Thousand dollars, (o.cwo
and Ten Thousand dollars, (S 10,000;) and Coupon
Bonds of tha denominations of nrty dollars, (W,)
One Hundred dollars, (tioo.) Five Hoadred dol
lars, (4500 J and One Thousena dollars, (i,ww j
Subscribers will b reculred to pay, in addition
to the amount of th prlntlpal of the Bonds, In
lawful money, th aotrued Intereit In oola, (or In
United states Kotci, or the notes of National
Banks, adding fifty per cent, for premium until
farther notice,) from the first day of March or Sep
tember, as the cai may be, until the day of sub
scription and psvmeni.
Upon receipt of subicrlpUoni, I will Issue my
certificate of deposit therefor in duplicate, th
original of which will be forwarded by th sub
scriber to ine secretary 01 me Treasury, wain-
Ington, with a letter stating tha kind, Registered
or Coupon, and the denomination M Bonds re
quired Upon the receipt of th original artifi
cer at th Department, the Bonds subscribed for
will be transmitted to the subscribers reipenirely
as soon as the ssme can be prepared.
It is expected that th first deliveries of Coupon
Bonds will be made not later than the fourth (4th)
ol April. r. . SPINNER,
mSMw Treasurer United States.
o
F T I C I A h.
WAR TJEFAaTMENT. 1
ArtJCTAKT GcaEBAL'e orricr, .
Washinotok, March 17, 18CL )
All applications for leaves of abases or per
mission to vlalt Washington must be addressed to
Major General Halle ek, Chief of Staff, and must
specify the business for which th officer desires
the permlsilon. Telegrams addreited direct ttfthe
Secretary of War on thli subject will receive no
attention.
By order of the Secretary of War.
E.D.TOWNSEND,
mSMf Anlstant Adjutant General.
o
FFIOIAL
HCADO.VAHTCBS MlUTAEV DllTftlCT )
OF WASHIKOTOX,
Waihihqtok, D. C, February l,isti. )
Genera Oritrt, 'o. I.
Col. T. Ingrahm,MthMaiiaehuietts volunteers,
Is hereby detailed as Frovost Marshal of tha Mill
tary District of Washington. Hewlllberespected
and obeyed accordingly.
By command of Brig. Gen. Mabtikdali:
JOHN r. SHERBURNE,
felMf Acilstant Adjutant General.
r P F I O IA h .
PASSES TO VISIT THE ARMT OF THE
POTOMAC.
1. Applications must bo raaJe at the ofilss of
Major Louis H. Felouie, No. 301 F street, between
Sereatoenth and Eighteenth streets, between 11
a. m. and 1 p. m., except Sundays, Major Felouie
Is authorlied to sign the panes.
2. If not granted at th oclce of Major Ptlouie,
the Jeeiilon is final, and no reference need be made
at the war Department.
s. Panes cannot be glren to females to vUlt the
army.
By order of the secretary of War.
E. D. TOWNSEND,
feMt Assistant Adjutant General,
TTOPB GOLD
COMPANY.
MINES GOLD DIRT LODE,
unpin uounty. Colorailn.
CAriTAL, 80,060 SHAKES,
Uetch.
rnUSTKES.
JOHN I. VANS. Colorado.
F. H.J (JDD, New York.
H. s. COIIU, N.w York.
WM. MOLLER, New Tork.
- GEO. W. GKAFf-LlN, Baltimore.
HERMANN FUNKS, hew tork.
R. CORNELL WHITE, New York.
M. C TYLER. New York,
s. G. ARNOLD, Providence
PRESIDENT.
Hie Excellency JOHN EVANS,
Governor of Colorado Territory,
ICE-PRESIDENTS.
HON.S. G.ARNOLD,
Dr. r. H.JUDD.
Treaiurer-WALTrR E. LAWTON.
Secretary J. P. D K IKS.
once, ho. 30 Cliff etreet, New Tork. m.m
rpiIIS 13 TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
I theaabicrlber ha obtained from the Orphan,'
Court of Waihlngton County, In the Dietrlct 01
Columbia, lettera of admlnlitratlon. with will an-
nex:dHon the estate of Aletbea Tanner, late of
waimoioacHy, u, u., oeoeaiea. au periene nv.
ing elalme agaln.t the eald deceased, are hereby
warned to exhibit tha aame, with tha vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 13th
day of April next) thy may otherwlte by law be
exciuuea irom ail Dcnent oi me suaesiaie. uireo
under my hand this 13th day of April, A. D , 1664.
apll-lawJw JOHN F. COOK.
TIIIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, TIIAT
the subscriber has obtained from the Or
Dhan's Court of Washlnt ton Countv. in the Dis
trict of Columbia, letters of administration on the
personal estate ol IHVld Carroll, late or WMh
ington county, D C, deceued. AU persons havloc
claims against m. sain uecea.eu. are cereuv
warned to exhibit th. same, with the vouchers
thereof, to the eubscriber, on or before the 3d
dayof April nexti they may otherwlce bylawb.
cicmucu irom an urncnt oi ine s.iu csisic.
Given under my hand this 3d day of April, A.
D.,1644.
apl-wlw CHARLOTTE CARROLL.
E
REEDOM NATIONAL!
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
VINDICATED I
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION OF
THE PHKSIIIKNT ur THK umiU STATES,
ISSUED JANUARY 1, 18U
ASO
LETTER OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S, TO
THE UNION CONVKTION HULUEN AT
SPRINGFIELD, (Iu.,) SEPT, S, ISM.
Officially Revised and Correeted.
From the Press of tha Natiostxx. RErcsLlCAR.
Tor ssle by
HUDSON TAYLOR,
nole-tf U4 rennsylvtnlt tvelue.
JOUN
WELOKEH'B
BUHLER RESTAURANT
(. M Maum voru.t
! PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
suv.nnu 41SUIU a,uu ICalHt tlSVIfj UU IISJ.!.!
The proprietor of this favorite Restaurant has
spared no pains to make this the beet Restaurant
In Wuhlngton; and he points with pleasure to the
large patronage he haa always teeu honored with,
end respectfully sollolts a eonttnuanee of the nm.
uaiuic, uxsittfts, ana omcr retresnments con
itantty on hand, and at the most reasonable rales,
OtUVAA A91,
DINNER, AND
SUPPER
prepared at the ehortect notice and U the moil
Breakfast from 8 to 13 o'clock. Dinner and Sup
dcr at all hours. Mar s if
TtTOTIOB,
TO THE TAX.PAYERSor WASHINGTON.
Assessor's OrritE,
Wasimkotom, March U, 1S1. t
THIC T10ARD OF ASSLSSORS. Ii.vlnv .
Eleted the General Assessment for the year 1&64,
ercbygiv. notice that they will sit as a lloard ol
Appeals, and lor the purpose of making any cor.
rectlon, from MONDAY, the 31st day of March, to
TUESDAY, tho 2th day of April, Inclusive, (Sun
days exeepud.) at their room, No. 0, basement
story, west wing, City Hall, from 9 a. m. to l p. ra
each day.
uy oraer 01 ine tTcsiueoi 1
' JAMES W, SPALDING,
mis-dtapss Secretary Board of Appeal.
janiwbi.iiiFji'E,
Has removed hie office to the Northeast corner of
7 and Fifteenth streets, oppoalte the east
eotranse of the Treasury Building,
Washington City, D. a,
Attsnds espeelslly to claims upon th. United
lata. lvls.1T
WIIiLA-RDB' HOTEL,
SVKKS, C1IADWICK at CO..
Corner FtnnrytwtnU Avenue nd fourteenth etreet,
WuMngtoaD.C Juvjy
RAlLttOADS.
ALTIUOIIK 'AND OHIO
RAILROAD.
ud nna uiir lunuaivjipni inn, is, uu
ttalne wtU r run bevwC Waahlnrten and New
York, and Washington oa4th Wast, fbUowii
FOR FHlLAbELrHtA, NIWTORK and BOSTON,
Leave Waahlaffton at7J0a.nv,11.15a.me.W
p. m., except Sunder.
im Sunday as t sip. a. for Philadelphia, and 7.M
p. m. for New York. . .
Paaeenger r Philadelphia will take notlc that
the e.W p.m. train lithe tATtST train dally roa
rMtLADKLTHlA.
Th train at mo p.m. does hot oo to PniLA
DtLrniA, and Is for Ntw Voax PAiititoEns xx-
CLUBIVKXT
FOR BALTIMORE,
Lmv Washlngtoa at to, a, m., 7.10 a. m., 11 IS
a, msn. m, ssoV't t.sop. m., and 8 31p.m.
exoept Sunders.
on Bund ere at 7.10 a. m., and , 63 p. n.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST.
L4V Washington at t JO a. m. and S and 8 so p.
m- dally, except sunder.
On Sunday, at t and t.37 p. m. onlr.
FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH.
To 1
Leave Baltimore at S 45, 4.20, 7. I. and 10, a. ni
and S t 4 at and 7 M, p. m , dally, except Sunday
On Sunday at S.19 and L20, a. m., and , p. m ,
FOB. ANNAfOUl
Lesv Wachlogtoa at .), a, m., and S and tio,
No train tor Annanolii on Sunder.
Trains leaving Washington at 7.M a, m. and 70
p. m. go through to New York wWimit change of
cart.
Sleeping car on 7X0 p. ta. train. Berths la elep
Ingcarcanbc eecured uutll 5 p. m., dally, at the
Ticket Office t after that hour they muit be secured
ol the Sleeping Car conductor.
The urn and fourth trains from Washington
stop at all way points.
mot luruer imormauoa, uexeicoi every sina,
""! "T """ri a acaaii, a(di i wain-
Ugton Mstloo, or the ticket offlee.
W. P. SMITH.
Master Traoipoitatlon.
iMSLCUU,
General Ticket Agent.
OF U 0 V 11 H ,
ri n a n a e"
FlilLtWIphL, WUmluKton nd D.ltlmar.
11 A I I, 11 O A U , .
GENXRAL MOVEMENTS.
On .at! .ner Walac. J7, Jtnuuj SO, 1HI,
PASSLSOCB TKiliS LEAVX nilLtDA., roS
C.Mtnoce. .t 4J? k m., (Cxpr.fi. Mo&d.T1
...'it.J.) G.15, 13 mM 8.W p. m. tnd 11 so p. m.
(Ii.itcr, t 8.05 . a., 1 15, 3.10, WO .no II p. a.
WUrainirton, tt . (MojC.j-i .xwpled,) 8.M,
m., 1.M, to, 1AJ nj 1 1 p. m.
New C.tl., .t 8.0S k ra. und S W p. m.
Dover, at B.M t. u. ud I Bo p. m.
Mlllord, l 3 OJ h.m.
tiilabarr, n B.09 ., ro.
Tujjjrs ton ruiuvEWuiA liavi
Hllsior &t S si, .ad .10 .. m., (Exprcrt,) 1X15
7.10, .oil 1 13 p. n.
WUmligtcn 1 7.11, 0, Plnd 1 10 . ., Itt9,
1.30, (10 ul 11 Mp.ro. .
SAUibury at 12.03 p. u.
UUi.rd 1 2,Mp.m.
Dover .1 , oo .. m. tad t Up. m.
Nw Cutl. k 8.X0 .. u. 115 56 p. n.
cuoter t-8,io cJ 1 40 .. to.,- u., t, 7.11, nd
ll.io p, m.
Lear, jultlmor. for Stlubury .od latrml.W
lUUOEI.t7.10p. m. .
Leiro Bxlttmor. for Porcr Mid lfiWrmtdlit. It
tlooi, .1 13.40 p. a.
, TXiiAS JOS BALTIUOUI
lev. CfaciUr .t s 40 . m., I (Vi p. m.
Utn WllmlnitoD Ml, 3S . m., I U, p. a.
riUHGHT THAW5, win puMoser iu ttualwd,
will no t followi;
Lost, rhllidelphlo, for rcrrTTill. aad laterm.
dltt. pUoe.. at 6 40 p. m.
Leave WUmUiirtoa, for ftrrprUle and Utermedl.
au place., at 70 p. bi.
Leave Baltimore for rollidelphla and intermedi
ate plasei at 1 40 p. m.
Leave WUmlcxton tor rhlladelpnla and Uterme
diate plaee. at4,30 p. m.
SUNDAYS Only at 4.20 a. m. and 11.10 p. tt., from
PMlalelphla to Saltlmora.
From i'hil.ltlui V.'Ur.Untoa tt 4.S0 a.m.
anA lip. m.
roto WUTElrtVin to rUMllM it 10 p. m.
Onlr .o l'. - from Baltimore to ralladtl
pbla. JinOo-tl WM. STEARNS, ttupt.
1864.
AlfRiNOEMENTfl
1864.
or
HKW TO UK MXKI,
fHE CA.VDVN .NIJ AMBOV AND THILADTCIV
MM' Ll.NJ.
:'?OV ''UTLAjyXLl'UIA to yjew Y0R&
Aim WAT riAOZS.
SruM WaJjawt Street Wharf att Keai-
euag;tom Xpot,
WTLL LUT1 18 TOLLOTTI, Til 1 Tan.
At I A.M.,vtaCandeuand Amboy CkA.
Asconunodatlon $1,38
At t A.M.tVlsCandenandJcrseyClty-New
Jertejr Aeooramo4stlon 1
At 8 A. M vis Camden an.l Jeney Utyi
Morning Kspreac 0"
At S A. M.,vla Csnden and Jersey City
ad Class Ticket 19
At II A. U.,vla Kensington aoJ Jersey City
Express oo
At 13 M., via Camden and Amboy C. and
A AeeonunodaUon U
At t P. hi., via Camden and Amboy C and
A. Express ...... i.o
Al I r. M., via Kensington and Jersey Cltyt
Waihlngton and N. Y. Kxpress I CO
At ( V F. m., vfa Keu Ington and Jersey City,
Kveatntj Hall i.oo
At 11 VI'. M.,vla K4mlXLgton and Jersey Cltyi
iVrnthcrnllt 11 . . . . . I w
At
IHtNigtl) via KentiAgton and Jersey
Citv. Southern Emrui
1.00
At S
P. M., via Camden and Ataboy Atcon
modatlon (fteirht and rtisienccr)
Ut dais ticket 3 36
3d dais ticket 1 60
foe 8.18 p. M. Evening Mall and the l.io (Night)
Southern Express will run dally, (allothen, rtun-
dsrs excepted.)
DIRECT THROUGH LINES.
Between Waihlngton and New sork, via Balti
more and rhlladchihla.
Leave Washington (or New York at 7 and 10.15
a. m., 6 and IM p. m. Tlie Sundsv line leaves at
7 jo p. ra.
buave .new i or jor v Ainingion ai o and 10 a.
m.,7J0n. m, and 1J midnight. The Sunday line
lei.veeei7.30p m.
Through without change of cars.
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES.
Leave Wdlnut street wharf at e and 8 a. m., 13 m.,
and 3 p.m.
Leave Kemlngton Dt?pot at 11.15 a. m., 3.M. i.so
and f.45 p. m., and 13 60 a. m. (night.)
The p. m. line runs daily. ll others. 9hd
dsys excepted.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES.
Leave foot of Barclsv street at a. m. and 3 p. m.
From foot of Cortland street at 7. 8 and 10 a. m..
13 m., 4 and 8 n. m., nd 13 night.
Thelp. m, line rum dally, all others bundays
excepted. W. H. QatZMUI, Agent
Phll'a and N.Y. Lines.
riurjiDtxrHiA, Deo. 33, IBM. deal
EXPEESSES.
ADAMB EXPREBS COMPANY,
"OFFICE lit PENN. A VEN UE,
VTiuAlnolon OUy, D. 0.
Q KI AT EABTERN. NOKTIWEN, aim WX8T
EIIN KXPRKB8 TORWASDERS.
sl.rolsejadlse, Koaiejr, Je welrF, VulKafel.e,
Hoc, Mtok., Drt.d., m
Forward.! with SAFE1 Y AND DISPATCH to all
aseesslble sections of the eountrr. This Company
has Agencies In the principal railway towns la the
NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST.
Its principal oflses ar. .
wjL8nixuT0if,n. a, jv. tobx, Boaroit,
rUILADHLrHIAtBALTmOHX, OJX-
OnMATI, ST. LOUIS, LOUIS-
YILLX, LXXINGTOX.
Connections are made at New York and Boston
with lines forwarding to the Caoadaa and the
British Provinces, and with steamship lines to Liv
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, aad thenoe by
European expresses to all prominent commercial
towns in Great Britain and on tbe Continent.
Collection of Notes, Prslts. and Bills made at al!
accostlMo parts of tbe United BtatM.
:. c. DUNN, Agent,
I' ' Washington, D, O.
pUILP & B0L0310NB,
UOOK8ELLEK3, AKMY BTATZONKIlfl,
I' H I N T E U S ,
AHD
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS,
IW PEflNIYLVANIA AVEHUE,
Nave conitantly on hand
All MUlt try and Naval Works,
New andreoent Publications,
Army stationery, all kinds,
ttsld Order Baolti,
Field Manifold Writers,
Company Roll Rooks,
General Order Flloo,
Time Book.,
Army Pny Tables,
fieiitbiaiies,
Field U.pvlng Pretiea.
Abitract Paneri,
Peuilun and Bounty Blanks,
ItccoM Uaoks for u at hea.Uuarters by As
. ,,i,u.Dt Adjutant Generals. '
Blank books made, and matlngdone to order on
Tsry short nettce
AiiPrjotoa Books rent by mail free of postage.
CLOTHING-
LET 'KM niBEJ LET EH RISE I
LIT'IM JUJII
wno cuucit
WHO OAftXIl
WHO AHXI 1
A llx Monthi' itoek ol hand of CI10ICX
SmiNQ AND SUMMER OOODf.
ThbllanMo(our WINTM STOCK U at the
merey of the pubile. We tball Dot apeak of tktm
tiala.
'wait ho longer, nowjs thk time,
thev must dc sold.
W. will not ctrv them over.
Tbe great Invention of the age,
FALME1V3 srONQINQ MACHINE. i
Every yard of goodi ahrunk teforo tnaklns up,
Yet, notwlthitandtnx the extra .xpenae, we ehall
continue to eeU Icie than any other home Inthll
city.
SrRINO OVERCOATS.
CLOTHINO
or
EVERY PATTERN AND STYLE.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
of every deaerlptlon.
CUSTOM GOODS MADE TO ORDER.
Call and teeiamplce before purahailofetiewhere.
MIUTaRT CLOTHINO.
We Intend to keep on hand a good aaiortoent
at the
rEOn.E'8 CLOTHINO STORE,
1. II. SMITH,
400 SEVENTH STREET, oppoille Toet Office.
Alio, a large RESERVE la the rear, (or tbo
'JOBBING TRADE,
At our Wholee ale and Retail Manuflctory In
Baltimore.
Walhlngtonlani vliltlng Baltimore will Hod it
greatly to their advantage to call at
SMITH BROTHERS k CO.,
40 Writ Baltimore trect',
ms-tf Baltimore, Md.
" :
JHALI, WE BAY lTf"
"DARE WE8AVITI"
YES."
We will sot be undersold by Smith or any one else,
WE HAVE GOT THEM.
We ean sell them, and we will sell them.
1YE HAVE SEEN SUCCESSFUL,
Undoubtedly owing to the fact that the pubile
hare found out and appreciate our motto t
MANY SALES, BUT SMALL PROFITS 1
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
AND CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
BOYS' CLOTHING, AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
AT 11 SEVENTH STREET.
tn&-tf
J. BRUCE a. CO.
rrtUK "UIDKON PIIINTINO
X
OFKICI,"
XSTABLISUID IN 1900.
U IDIOM A riAUtUN,
'STXAU-FOWrrl,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
tit Ninth street, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
WASHINGTON CITY,
Having gteatlr InereaseJ tho faellltles of the
above Old latahllshM Printing
House by an almost
'iCNTIRK HENEWAL Of MATERIAL
And th addition of several of the most Improved
rOWZK'i'KCBHCB,
Are prepared to exceute every variety of
LITTER-PRESS PRINTING,'
FINK VISITING CARD
LARQE TOSTER,
PLAIN UK COLORED INK.
rKOUPTNEBB AND DfsFATGa
MAY BE
SILIID ON.
noH-lf
N1
KW LETTERS PATENT,
li4riii.aioj rv. to.tM. msy zc, lHS.l
INTTANTANK0U9 iNLfCAY.iRl
The Advantage! of this Invention are that a
PERrECT DKTECTIVE
Maehin Is oflr4 to th Public, that will account
for
ALL UUNKYS ftXCXIVXD
Tor tfasi sTTeut benefit of Ch.vrlra(1 iVctnnn !
City Pasienger Railroad cars. Ferry Boate of the
various Cltiei. aad Foot Psisesgers over BiiCjrts.
THIS MACHINE Is not at the control of Conduc
tors or Gat KeepersIs in no way complicated,
ana 01 great euenjrui ana auraoimyi to further
so ament by us on this saving point Is unnseeesam
It li an invaluable
T ELL-TALK UAOHIMXI
Against th too-often practiced
KNOCK-DOWN 3V5TZM.
Ite general us is also wherever Moneys are psld
for Admission, suea as
TUXATRKS,
On their different Tien, and all other Publls Place
of Exhibition) Large Flrst-clasa Hotel Dining
Roems, (Proprietors of which will sav a quarter
(their rent by Its introduction,) pair Grounds,
nae uouraee, wacu veusies, ana last, thougn
not least, this principle prevente .fraudulent Re
turns of votes at Elections.
p. By Communications from these having use
lor euch Machines, addressed to the Undersigned,
4AA ItWllV MM
ROWLAND CROMELIEN,
WILLIAM R. CRISP,
FaUntM., sss Pennsylvania Avenue.
Washington, May OS, IMS myse dtf
Q
win
R1MIANB1 COURT,
STRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON
UUUrtTV, TO WIT!
, , ArilLt.lML
In th eas oi Hannah McCrath and James
Ferry, administrators of Thomas McGrath, de
ceased, tbe administrators aforesaid have, with
the approbation of the Orphans' Court of Wash
ington county aforesaid, appointed Tuesday, tbe
td dsy of May next, for the final settlement
and distribution of ths personsl estst of said
deceased, and of th assets in hand, as fsr as
th earns hare been collected and turned Into
moneyi when fend where all the creditors and
heirs of said deceased are notified to attend, (at th
Orphans' Court of Washington county aforesaid.)
with their claims properly vouched, or they may
otherwise by law t excluded from all benefit la
said deceased's stat provided a copy of this or
der be Dubllshed once a week forth wuk-s .nth
Xttfional Republican previous to the said Id day of
K, m w A ri 1 AjU
ltfT - . Z. C, ROBBINI,
a?-lawlw lUgUlti of WlJili
m&ituris.
r EonoiTB
wanted
to 1-ill tbi 4c0ta 0t the
DISTRICT Or'cOLUDfBlA.
BOUNTY FOR YETKnAMS, I
$552.
IMS OF WHICH WILL BCfAlD IN ADVANCE
BOUNTY rOR NEW RECRVITS,
$452.
BOUNTY rOR COLORED RECRUITS,
$150.
TA1D IN ADVANCE.
PERSONS WISHING TO ENLIST
. Will apply t any of the following
RECROITINO OFFICERS I
S. s. BAKER,
Engine Hall, near th. Market, on Pennsylvania
avenue, between Seventh and Ninth streets.
I. C. HYDE,
Corner ol Fourteen th street and New York avenue.
C. A. KEASBEY,
street, near aoraer of Ntnetewth and Ponnsyl
ranla avenue, "
I. C PARKER,
Corner of High and Dunbarton streets, Georgetown.
C.C.LANOLIY,
Navy Yard Bridge.
HENRY A, SCHEETZ,
Captain and Provost Marshal of the District of
Columbia. dest-tr
TO EOnUITBjnEOnUITBII
TlKCRDITS WANTED to Oil the floota In DIs-
m,. , wituapii, jib,, i. in. i,n. vi voiuni..r I
uounvr so veiOTana .au. .zu naia in sdTiDii I
Bountr to N.W Reerults 14S3. .23. nald la ad.
Bounty for Colored Recruits 1 paid In ad
vance I
Any person bringing . recruit or recruit, to my
ofnee wtU b. paid IlbeTallr.
VoluAUers eom. and get the Bounty and servo
your eountrr.
R. W, EDMONDS,
Reerulttng Offleer, SOS New Jereey avenn oppo
site in. ucpot oi in. mihddi. anu uois nail-
road Company, Washington, D. C mio-tl
pOLORED VOLUNTEERS WANTED
.IBV 1A3M uuwn,
PAID IN ADVANCE.
Apply at the
RECRDITINQ OFFICE,
SOS New J.rser avenue.
Anv person brinrlnr a RECRUIT or RECRUITS
to ray olBee will be paid liberally.
VULUHTEEH AK1I SAVE YOURSELF FROM
BEING DRAFTED. m0-tf
FINANCIAX.
U
NITED BTATE8 10.40 LOAN.
JAY COOKE A CO.,
BANKERS,
4A2 FtmilTI STmxtT,
RECEIVE SUBSCRIPTIONS
for the
NEW NATIONAL LOAN,
Authorised by the act of March I, IS01,
AMD snows as
TEN-FORTY BONDS,
Being redeemable at the pleasure of the Govern.
ment after ten years, and payable forty years from
date In eoln, bearing interest at
FIVE PER CENT. A YEAR,
payable on bonds at ,00 and 1100 annually and on
au other slice Bemi-anauauyln coin.
Tha COUPON BONDS will be Issued In ,M,
,100, gooo, ana ,l,ooo.
The REGISTERED BONDS will be Issusd In ,90,
,igo, ,3W, ,l,wu, ,s,anf ana ,10,000.
These are the only GOLD BEARINO SECURI-
TIES of th. Government now procurable at par,
and, yielding at present value of eoln ovia near
rin cixt. ria amdh, offer a very desirable In
vestment for largo or email sums. .
We buy and sell at market rates
GOVERNMENT BONDS OF ALL ISSUES,
TREASURY NOTES,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
AND COIN,
And pay th. highest yrloes for
QUARTERMASTERS' CERTIFICATE CHECKS,
BM-dlf JAY COOKE Is CO.
Tjl I R BT
NATIONAL BANK OT WASHINGTON.
Capital- ,500,000.
n-Tnla Base, organised under the National
Banking Law of the last Congrees, is openejd this
day for the transaction of buelnees, at th. corner
of Fifteenth and F streete, oppostt. Treasury De
partment. U. D, COOKE, Freeldent,
Wet. s. HuaTiarroa, Cashier, eess-tf
ROOFING CEMENT.
GRAVEL ROOFSI GRAVEL ROOFSI
H. C. WILSON fc CO.,
Sukessors to
1. F. WALKER A SON,
Manufacturers of
IMPROVED FIRE AND WATER PROOF FELT,
CEMENT AND GRAVEL ROOFS.
OfOejlll Twenty.eoond street, below Fenn. ava.
Orders may b. left at offle. Mutual Insuranse
Comoanv. Seventh street and Louisiana avenue.
or addressed t. Post Office Box ftu. Ail work ex-
eouieu prompuyanaoa inem.st reasonaoie terms
aad warranted. Repairs made promptly,
mll-sm
p OOFINQ
FELT.
WENT.
ROOFINQ OE.
H. C WILSON A CO.,
Foot of Twenty-second Street west, Wash'n, D.C.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
ROOFING FKLT, DRY AND TARRKD,
SHEATHING, ROOFINQ CI MI NT AND LAMP
BLACK.
Felt and Cejnent wholesale and retail.
Dealers supplied on th most liberal terms.
Factory, foot of Twenty-second street west.
Offle. HI Twcnty-scoond etreet, below Penn
sylvania avenue. muim
UROWBKI'B NEW BOOK,
wlUbar
nuhtlshad to-morrow, and will atlr un th
dry bone of incompetent and Incapable officials
throughout th land, and make a sensation gen
erally, uoojc OUT FOR IT,
GUROWSKn DIART FOR 1MJ.
A new volume by Count Adam Gurowiki, m
braclag a Diary of PollUcal and Military Events
an Transactions, In th Cabinet and In the Field,
for th yr of IMS.
For sharp criticism, alternating with epl
Bsmmatle Uenchant. caustic praise and eas tig a
on, this work must bear away th palm frosn ail
other rr printed In this country, tamo., eiota
bound, yileegLM.
CARLETON,rubllsher, New Tork,
NXXT WECXi
private MIxJcsrRaLYwlUUrtdy with
JIIS BOOK, rich with Songs, icrrlotl 9M speeches,
MEDIO&L.
s
PEG IAL NOT I OX.
Dr. M. VXLLNri Private Hospital, la tha r4
era ok( Oorner oftersath and T streets, oppo
site th Foit and Patent Offices. Rooms tl and li,
tip stairs, Washington, D. C
AH diseases of a privet nature treated In the
best scientific manner, and radical cures lTeetM
U all easea. SttttXUTtC AFFKCTIOirt OOJvi
OJIHfEJ, QLKET, STRlCTUE$, SEMINAL
tTKAKKKSSt or th result Of VOLVrTVOBS
DREAMS, or any weakness of th GENERATIVE
OROlitfs, from any earn whatever, or how long
standing, thoroughly and radically cured slio,
GOVT, RHEUMATISM, NEVRALOtA, and other
C11R0X1C DISEASES o! the NERVES, MVSCLtS,
BONES, ud JOISTS SCROFULA, BLOTCHES
ohths FACE, ERVPTIONSon the limbs and body
and all other ERUPTlVEDIfEAtESajid DISEASE
or tri BLOOD, from whatever cans they may'
bar arisen.
AFTLICTED AND ON FORTUNATE
lo matter whatyeurdlscai, let do false dell
eaeey prevent you from applying Immediately to)
Dr, Vellny,wholsaoknowlegod to be by far the
most SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In th treatment
of private diseases. Fear not to eome and make
known yeur misfortunes, and he will speedly send
you on your way rejoicing.
SELF-ABUSE,
That dreadful aeourga of the young, Indulged ia -
when alone, destroys ths generative organs, unfits
them for manted life, producing weakness of the
bsek and limbs, loss of animation aod muscular
powef, palpitation of th heart, nervous irritabili
ty, loss of memory, melancholy habits, Insanity,
consumption, and death.
YOUNQ MAN! la view of th dreadful eons-
Vieneeo of delsy, da not fall to mak your case
known Immediately to Dr. Vsllny. Your secrete
with him are sacred, and you may confidently rely
upon Us medics! skill.
Thousands whose aystsms were shattered and
who were oa tho brink of th grave, have been
brought back to vigorous health by hie skillful
treatnfeat
MARRIAGE.
Married prsons,or those contemplating metrl
mony, who suppest themselvec of lmpotcney semU
al weaknees, or any dlscss arising from a re
lased state of the genital organs, whether the? v
sult ef disease, injury, youthful Indiscretions, r
Indulgence of the passions la riper years, arar
neatly entreated to plae themselves under th
ear of Dr. V. They may rely with certainty
Upon a speedy euro, and being restored to fall
health and vigor. i
He treats with entlrs cueeie ail dlseaeee of
remales such as LEUCORRHEA or, WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, Ae,, a., and In every ease guar
antees a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMUNICA
TIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL
Fxbsohs celling see no on butth DocTon.
Tboee at a distance may bTBXATED by Halt,
by sending a statement of CASE, &.,!
Jy S- m
IHPORVTAOT TO YOUKQ MKN..AK
. Infallible Cure without tho use of Medicines.
eve you been addicted to that habit which has
ruined so many of your set (SOLITARY VICE)t
It neeeeiarllr weaken th organs, oeeailonlnr
VULUPTUUUS DREAMS and INVOLUNTARY
EMISSIONS producing Invariably, U not arrested
la time, a train of symptoms such as Weakness
and Pain la th Back and LLmbe, Pain in th Head,
Deprrislonof Spirits, Loss of Memory, Nervoue
D blllty, Trembling, Eruptions of the Fee, Pallid
Countenance, and a General Prostration of th
Musoular System, and not unfrcquently Fatuity,
Epileptic Flii, and often Insanity and Consump
tion. DR. Y. O. CL1NGTON. after trying for years to
find a medicinal cure for the abota eomnlalnt
without es Ui factory results, has discovered aJ
simwiass wiiuiinnivnai aciuru, TTU(u tst ge
certain and infallible cur In all eases. Is used
without Inconvenience to the pstlent by dsy or
nlsht when employed at any kind of business,
either actlv or srdentsry,whsther farmer, me
chanic, student, soldier or eallor, and will be for
warded to any address In an ojioimakt envelep,
with direction, how to use. oa tbe receipt of Five
DOLLAHi. Addre:s DR. Y. O. CLINGTON,
ap7-im Box ISS, Washlsgtoo, D. C.
TNTKHIOR ADOHNHKNTB,
fAPKK UANQINGB,
Or ALL ULDXS A0 HICXS.
Warranted Gold Band Window Shad i Rntr.
Crn, and Blue Holland Shades, all sixes i mad to
order.
Also, a handsome assortment of rictur Cord and
Tassels, all slxss and colors.
t-urcoaeug tor oaao, ana enowinc no Old tsocx to
uoamuiiti) iwreons neooiajj in atxiv goous will
find It to their advantage to glvo me a oall.
All work executed and suoerlntendedbvnrAtitlai!
men, who have served a regular apprenticeship at
Muszactlon guaranteed, or no pay required.
Please give m a call.
Remember the number.
JOHN MARKRITKR.
No. 46 Seventh street.
Eight doors above Odd Fellows BsU.
Is2-tf
DENTISTRY.
rpEETU EXTRACTED WITHOUT
JL Pain, with Innoxtou. Vapor, by DR. 8. B.
sTOESMOND, tio. 360 Pennsylvania avenue,
Inventor, and aole manufacturers of Anaesthetic
Innoxloue Vapor, (not Laughing Gas,) nor Chlo
roform, Ether, but strictly . Anacathcus Agent en
tirely free from oxhlleratlng efleeta and perfectly
harmless, causing a quiet sleep, with pleasant
aencatlona and perfect insensibility to pain.
rpERMB OF THE BUPHEME COURT
X OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIANotlca
Ishereby glren that, by a rule of the Court, Its
terms have been nxed as follows:
Osneral Ternc,
Third Monday of January,
First Monday of May.
Third Monday of October.
Ferns olfts Circuit Court.
In which alone a Jury la Impanneled for the trial
of civil oases.)
First Tuesday of February.
Third Monday of May.
First Tuesday of November,
Ttrms olac LYlsifnaJ Court.
First Monday of March.
i nira raonaay oi una.
First Monday of December.
Terete of tie Vtttrki Court.
First Monday of June.
First Monday of Desember.
Special Ttrm.
rirst Tuesday of January.
First Tuesday of February,
First Tuesday of March.
First Tuesday of April,
Third Monday of May,
yiret Tuesday of June.
rust Tueeday of July,
First Tueeday of September.
First Tussday of October,
First Tueeday of November,
Firet Tueeday of December,
By order of th. Court, r. j, MEIGS.
W
npHIB IB TO (JIVE NOTICE, THAT
I tbe subscriber has obtained from the Or
phans' Court of Washington county, In the District
of Columbia, letters of administration on the per
eoaal estate of Btteey Kennedy, let. of Waablng
ton elty, D, C, deeeassd. All persons bavlag
claims aaalnstthecatd deceased, are hereby warned
to exhibit the ssme, with the vouchere thereof, to
the subecrlber, on or before the th day ol April
nexti they may otherwise by law be excluded
from all bueftt ofth. eald eotat..
(Uvea under toy hand this sth day of April A. D.
ilW.HWlir IIENRVBOCOLAIS,
M&digAl.
IALTlMOBK trOQg HOSriTAL ,
r mASUHB) am a urm noif tlf AOtat '
naoiiTKAcawieniAhrLilUkiQTAti-i
. DB.JOHaTIVOVliMaUoferedthso1Cw.
lata, tedr and oalv EflMtnai sura ,n ..
World for weaknees ol tha Back or Limb, atri-
Vnr. Affaetlana of tha KUnm ni mAA. i.
J?IJlUr" t!llQtVif, af4 D01H
cimroeloa of IdaarJtatloa ofth HeIi?TU 1
Ww, TrembUngs Dtmnaes or tight or Olddlneee!
WMaMoitt.Throat, Aom or -Wn.-UfM.
om of tho Long, Btomaea or Bowels Uum Tr
v S?dm rt from tha Solitary Habit of
"" mm vki; pun. w nry prMueeamor
fatal to thrtt jttm than thesougol Syreuto
the Marinas of tJiyeeeeyblighttng their moetbrik
"JJ-JI wClelpWoSgdSS; mrruJJ;
' jroowaMEri , .
EewaltUy, who hav. bMoia. vh. vlstlm ol toll
tsrr VIm, that 4r.aorul and eetrswnv. haMt
' 'MARRIAaZ.
Married Personi, or Toung Men asnuiaulatiae
marnsjj, Ulna; awar. .f WyssilweVlni or'
Mnt.4.aitT7aerinltie.,Vf.r7Sr?S
He who plaees blinaelf under th. e.reolCc.
ayralkrloosly eona.1. In hie honor ae a wU.seu
anisonideotlj rsiy upon hie ekiu aa a phyiiSao
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and Full Vigor Ri
mmwisuiy cured and FuU Vigor IsitorM,
ThU Dreadful DueaM-wtleh reuUrillBi mli
lableand Marrlag. lmponihlel-tlS.l3ui"
arable
lmmo.slbU.js ihA ..-
paid try th.
VtSUn. ill lMM. l.fr.'
Young persons an too apt to eoaamlt suwa fnas
not being awar. of th. ItnitalinSiiiil, it."
mar nnM. now, wso inai uodantands tha anh
iMlwuitretend to dear thai ttiTpoiSo nSS.
htlon U lost eo.net by hose reUlnglato ImoVtmn
hablte thM by tho 'pruSntl sSlaeTbSu "S
prlvea th. oleajure. of healthy oirsprlaV, theTno
earloua asufdestrusttv. eymptoma to boffib.d, ,oa
nivalaal sutft Mints
WUU4. .,. .uRT.ivnoeMmee,aeraBrad lh
ital Funstlone Weakenl .Lm. a.
ProereatiT Power, Nervous imubUltr, UvimmL
ala. WiMtanonoiJlbH.rttI0wtliLJ,?,r
tutional JDNsMMty, Waettflg of thaii'cghJ?
jutuuymfiif mt
OFFICI No. 1,SOUTnFEDEIC STREET, y
Left hand side. mtilBrtrAtH lhlH..urfu . . ..
ooors front the corner, FaU ast to observe .am.
ana number,
Af.,,J5n, P14 eeotaln . stsmD. Ths
Doctor's Diplomas i hang la his .meeT p"
DR. JOHNSTON,
Marnbej of th. Royal College of ffurgtone. London,
gradual, from on. of the most eminent COUenffe
fe'v0"1 . Md the grrpsrtonJhoS
2i'u2?222P&Z??iluwb,n' " om.
or tho .Ml astonishing cure, that war. !
known I madr troubled with HnglnnUiTb?adnd
S7u:ra."hS.
log, attended eomeUmee with a deranirm.nt ol
miid, wer. cured Immediately, """s'"1"1
VaJs. PaartUsUnr sf.tl..
lr, , addnaau all then who have Injured Urn.
!JKS 5.,!..XIllna,UJ, e.ll7aryhabili J
T"Seiar.smeofUeealandmelaaeholvefla.s
prodosl by earlv hablte of jtentnTTUsMakSS!
ofth. Baakand Ombl, Pains ii & Hiii dSSS!
the Heart, Irpela,Nervous Irritabluly,S.r,nV"
mentofthbljmtlvefMnetlone,O.MrID.blliTr
Symptomeof Consumption. ' "' "eOLlty,
iuurTAU.v-ne laaiful Greets on the mind an
much to be dreadl-Locs er Memory, SnSslonei
Ideaa, Depression of Spirits, Kvrf FoMbodin.7
AvlontoSoaety.s-WruafLSvMffcuSfJ:
Timidity, Sie are eome of the evlle produsM .
ThonaandaofnaraoD.Af n .u .11 -.??. I
what t.t....f-tiVlidfllln;h.alS;i,rtS:
".T??'! booomlng weakTpilL nervoiiil
oiungulaj appeuaaM about th.'
symptom, of consumption.
TOONO MEN.
Who have Injured th.msalv.s bv a certain praeUM
Indulged In when alone-, hahlf frequent! vleirnid
"omrvll eompanloac, or at eehoot, tha iaista of
whlth ar. ntchtly rtt, even whecTasIee?, andll
both mind and body, ahould apply Immediately.
What a pity that .young mai, S. SpVoThle
""f'lS." 'V"1 ' "s parente, Should be
enatshea from all procpoeta anje.ymaats of UhT
byth.eonsuene.of deviating if om the Vth oi
natur. udlndolgliigU .Mrtaln sisritnabiVsuih
pereona host, before eoaUmplatlng
MABRIAOE.
reseat that a sound mind and body are tho must
neeeesary requisites to PronvoUeonnuMal heppl.
ness. Indeed, without these, the Journey through
life becomes . weary ptlgrluagei the aro.MMt
W!!US ,? JwTT.'nU0dKi.ntS
shadowed with dnpalr, and WJ4 with the nelan.
iS.lJAJ,.aJ!lt, "" "PPlneacoI another bo.
.va va mmkmwt nAtd4 vm SJWM.
DISEASE OF IMPRDDSNCX
Whan the misguided and lmorud.na ,.i. s
Pleasure finds he has imbibed the seedsof this pain.
uluUease.lttooofUn happens that an Ul-tlmed
---'-.- ., u.aui ussmrejr, aeiere rum
??? .P?'.HI? ? ho, fron education aid
SSW.ff? "? hl ton aducaUon and
reeletet.lllty, oan alone befriend him. He faSs
lnU the hands of Ignorant and designing pretend
ers,who, losapable of .orlng, m.hlie yesunlary
substance, keep bin uuing month after month, or
aa long aa th. emalleet fa. an b. obtalnai, iS to
dasoalrlaavahliiiwlUirtiin ki,k..Ji-Lr:
Ms galling dlaappolntment or, by the uieof thai
OMdlTiJoIeoiuMereujT.hastonth. constitutional .
eymptoma of Me Urrlble dluaa., such aa Affection '
of the Head, Throat. Noee, Skin, ete., prorresslni
K"5 "fA'f1 'iv!&T ""death' Jit: a peried to
hie dreadful Bufferings by sending him to that un
dlsMgared country from whose bourne no travels,
returns.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE rUSS.
!? 5,rr ""oocande eund at this Institution
within the Met elehtaen Tear., anil St.. ..-..Kn.
Important Surgical OperaUona performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of the "Sun-
an nUy ouar papers, nouses or whlsh hare ap
peared acaln anJ again before the public, basils.
tie atanding as . gentleman of eharaster and re.
sponsibiuty, is . sumsltnt guaranUe to the at.
SKIN DISEASES SrTEDILT CORED.
Peffeone wri tine should b .r4ini..,R TVU.,..
theli letters to Els institution, In the following
manner I
innii w vtmiBw-u
Baltimore Lock boeruTal,
flalttaor Maryland
dee 33 ly
O OLDIERB OF THE UNION I
Rad the following Letter! received from your
Oomradee ae endorcemente of the WORLD
KNOWN AND WORLD TRIED REMEDIES,
known aa PROF, HOLLOWAT'S PILLS AKU
OINTMENT. lou will here and unsolicited teetl.
monlale received from all part, or tho eountrr
whereourarmrofoecupatloalalnforee.
Be. to Tour Health! AU of you hare eome one
Interested Inyour welfare, then do not detai.
Tour Life Is Valuable! Not only to yourselves,
but to your Fathers and Mothers, Sillers, wives,
and Brothers. Then, while you may, purchase
your Health! For ad cents, SS cents, or ,1.40 will,
when oxpendedln there medicines, bring you down
to the greenrct and ripest old age.
Th. following aro genuine letters, on He for
Inspection at this office. Coplec eentbymalltoany
Inquirer. SO MAIDEN LANE, N. T.
QVAlTMaSTUa DxraiTaiUT.)
U Illinois Volunteers,
Folly Island, S. C h oromber te, 16S3. l
TrvJ. JieUeway, 80 MtUm Lm, H. F.t
Sim Eneloced please Snd two dollars, for which
eend me one doltar'a worth each of your celebrated
Pills and Ointment, by return maU. piaaee attend
to thle at once, for I am muob In need of th. above
remedies. Addreee. tj
Lieut. A. W. FELLOWS, Q. M.,
"th DJlnola Volunteers.
CAHr NIAX BSUIBDT STATIOI, Ti., I
January 7, ISM. i
Pre.HcIewey:
Diai Smt I have heard great deal of talk
about your famous Pills, and as 1 never waa In
the need of them till now, I want to try them, aa
Diarrhea la very prevalent at tho preaent tlmei
eend mo the worth of the eneloced. Tourc, Ac..
JOSEPH WALSH,
Co. 1,6th Regt-.KxeelBlor Brigade.
folaskij Tenn. Dee. ss, ises.
Prof, JoUeuwy: ' rf
Deab Brstt Please find enclosed one dollar, and
eend me the amount In your famoua Pllla, as 1 am
troublsd with Dyspepsia, end seek euro.
Yours, AC, THOMAS F. TURNER,
Co. I, Id low. Infantry,
Moaan Islaud, s. c. Jan. 13, lil.
Pre. HoUeiMvr
Deu. Sist Kncloeed yeu will find S4 eenU, for
whlsh I wish you to s.nd n. son. of your valua
ble rule! send then by mail. 1 cncloc. 10 eenta
ur injaiaae.
Auoress tsn.a.i. i nsu,
Co. D, .th N. H. Vole, Port Royal, a. c.
CAUr or STH Excxlsiob Baioanx,
January , 1111. j
frf. JTftUeiMyr
a, mi pitta ..nit ia. foe ta. enclosed SO cents tha
worth of It In PUIst enclosed find IS eente to pay
postage, and you UlvlM:tJ,Alll'"'iJ;oure,
Co, X, Sth Regt, Excelsior Brigade,
Washington, D. C.
Uoaais Islaiio, I. C, Jan. si, 1MI.
rrof.UoUowyl ....
Please Snd ensloeed th. sum of .no dollar for
PUlc. I have Dlarrhaa. and can't gat It stopped,
so I want to try you Pllla. Tours, fce.
WILLIAM CHRISTY,
Co. D, IMth Regt. Penn. Vole.,
Morris Island, s. C.
CAUTION. '
If the readsr of thle "notlsen cannot get a box ol
Pills or Ointment from the drug etore In hie place,
let him writ, to me. 80 Maiden Lane, enclosing tbo
.mount, and I will mall . box free of expense.
Jdaoy dealer i will not keep my medlolnee on hand
because they cannot mak. aeaaush profit as on
other persons' make. cents, Be eente, and ,l.to
per bos or pot. apely
EDTYARD LYOMT.
BOOKBINDER,
If o. m Pa. Avt, WAsmnrroe, a C.
Books bound U.etery style Turkey Morose
Russu end Calf. (
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