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th. ! will U eomoind, for loreiiUM JJ"
llwrlw tb. until nTj ;M. - "J ?
tctl.lt u .ttliln tmD.tctlla rtl.lji J ""J J"j
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Vf?"-"KV iiiSissi rtu.iiT
nn(flfc tbt their onera must be la the form here-
i rVwsrrlbed, sod be mailed in time to msh
iirir die me Ion before the time expiree for re-
Trlnf form 0 bid will be comidered which thaO
rw irvJ wr lASperte war is. ana n mKmni
ij ci m at forjauurtt oj iw meu.
All offers muit
t mato m pealed of a
certified copy of tn bidder
f. -....4 ...ln ifffcra twin AfMBtM hafor th
l mt appointed, bidder ar requeaUd tondors
n the envelope, above tbeeddre, ud draw
l leunier inenao seiurev,
WomIiot LIuiA fa le ctassj or IA
ary lard fMiwiMVor "7 , , , .
l o tb Chit f of the Bureau o( Yards and Docks,
Washington, u u
.V..V.Vj;..fAmftf fff. with aonlea of
the lwa beatlac on the aubjeet, will be MrnUhed
i r commandant. 0 ; yards, .""'Jtf 'fu.'Lra
as hn l, Dikku class So. , Btonsi elasi No
ft, ok abd hard wood, elaai No C.whiUplae,
prune Juniper sol cypresii eiese No. i, Lime,
hair, an I PlMr( olsss No 8, Cemeott elsss No
ft Grvtl a 1 1 inJ( class No , filouldlng aad
tire saJ "oJ Hie clan class No 10, atatei class
in ii. irnn. irna calla. and icikeat class No 12,
Mreii class No 13, rig Iron) class No H, Fllt;
cIms is Faints, oils, and elaast class No It,
Mpcft n nery; class wo it, uarawareiiaa no
m st ilrtnri i eUu No. II. Flra wnadi class No
o H)-nna strawt class No 31, provenderi class
"mi ti unarcoait ciais no a, diiidk, petiii
And husci class No SI, Sperm aod lubrfeatincoiUi
Uss No S3, Iron castlogsi class No 24, Aurersi
class S. 27 Acthrftcitecol cUM NO t, BUumt
noua lumcrlaolcoal cJaia No U pper "
comoaitlon natisi lis No 12, Machinery and
tooln class A, Cement paint.
diss No 1, Drtcltsi class No. t, Stonei class No
(V.Oalt and hrd wood, elate No , White pine,
spruee, iuolpcr, and eypresst class No 7, Ume,
niir.ani I lister; cls No. 8, Ccmentt elass No
a (l...l an I ndifltll NO tW. MOOUllnC BOd
i e s nl and lire el)t class ho 11, If on, iron
fptkee and nllsi class No 12, Steelf class No II,
Pir-ironi eltil lo M fiicsicias no io, rwuu,
n. n,i iat elua No. 16. Shin shaodlsrTt elasi
Sr. ft Hardwar i class ho 19. Stationery! class
o ' (1rewoo.l class ho SO, Hay and straw)
ctii o IP ovroderi class No 22, Chreoal
cists No s Beltlrr pAcklos;. and hoM class No
it 'porm nJ iiibrieatloa: mist class No 96, Iron
ttmi Class No. se, AUgerst eiase io (t as
tbtaute coal class No 39, Bituminous Cumber
land emit class No. 10, eml Bituminous, Broad
top ol and Pletftui class No 12, Machinery and
rof ) class A, New Joiner shop) elass B, U. B.
"mitn s patent boring and mortising machine.
CI ah No 1, Brl'ks) class No. 3, Stonei class No
H jafi e ass No 4, 1 allow pine lumber) class
No b uak and hard wood) class No f. White pine,
siruce, Juniper, aod cypressi class No 7, Ume,
hwr.aoit pltstert class No P, Cement i class No t,
(raf ri n I situd) cltas No , Moulding and fire
tan 1 and ore cla) i class No 10, Slate; elass No 11,
Iron iron sp kir, and nails; class No 13, Steel)
elait No 13, Pig iron) class No 14, Files) class No
5 I i ta, itlh, and Klats) class No If, Ship
a dhrvtClMs No 17, Hardware; class No IS,
Stationer clis No SO, Hay and straw; clats No,
I Priieuilrr cIais No 32, Charcoal) slass No 3S,
Belttns' i m. log, and hote; class No 34, Sperm
abd lutntatia ulls; class No 35, Iron work,
t lilnr ic e am No SS. Aurersi class No 37. An-
tnracitecolt-lssN 10, Semi bituminous broad
tup coal; class No 31, Copper and composition
aa.iat ciati a, t ire iruca, an
Class Wn l. Brisks; class No 3. Stone; elass No
4, Yellow line Umbt-rt clait No 6, Oak and hard
wool; cUasN Whiteilae,spruce,Junlper,end
eyi resi e'ais No 7, Ume, hair, and plaster) class
No 9 Gravel and sandi class No 11, Iroo. Iron
spikes, a d nails; class No U Steeh class No li,
Viioat alaai No 1ft Faints, oils, and elaasi class
No 1 hip chtndler)) class No 17, Htrdware;
data No 19, Matloncryi class No it, Fire-wood;
eiais ii 'A nny miu iinv) tiiH no bi, rrovco
drri clou No 22 Cbaicoalt clats No 32 Belting,
packing andhotci clats ho 4, Sperm and lubri- I
UiDgolls;clasNo M, Auger7; class No 27, An-
ihraeitcoalt elass No Hi Scml bituminous, bread
topcoat; clasi No 32, Machinery and tools; clats
a puifwuirriiiiiitaiuni vi o,v !
i (!. tith hnuae
c ass C, Pitch house
Class No 1 ClotMnei stasa No 9, Hats, boots,
ihAti. a.a.1 ciiiLi No 1. Provisions 1 class No 4
Grociilrst clats No 6, dry gnods) class No 6,
Bread, aw ( tlss No. 2, Tobacco) elass No 8. Coal)
otaas Jo v rtinia, nil aiaai a-u-i dim, hu ,1,
Ijin.hfri e (so It. rlrawoudt class No 11. Pro
vender) elate No 11, Miscellaneous) clats No lA,
Hardwarei cius o is siaiionery
Clats No l.Ilrlckii class No 3, Stone) class No
4, Yellow pine lumbrrt clats NO 8, Oak and hard
wboO)Clra No , White Pine, sprue, Juniper, and
eyprrtt) c,latt Nn 7, Lime, hair, and plaster) elatf
No 8 I fiuenti dais So 9, Gravel and sand) class
No nij iv ou (1 eg and Ore sand and fire clan elait
No 11 I n ironoailaand spikes) class No 12,
fctevlf ciMa n IJ, Pit; Iroo 1 class No. 14, Fllee)
clti tu IA PalQa oils, and tlastt class No 16,
s i; o undlery clats to 17, Hardware) olas No
l stat 01 rr) claat No 10, Firewood) eiats No
.1) Hay an 1 straw) clats No 21, Provender) elass
No 22, Charcoal! ciats No 33, Beltlcg, packing,
and.tior-t ctast No 24, Sperm and lubricating ollst
lata No ilt uthraclteeual) claac No 29, Illtuml
Titus Cum&eitand coal) class No 22, Machinery
Class No 1 Bickri class No t Yellow pie
tluTe (Clatt No 4 Yellow ploe lumber) class No
fi Oak aod hrd wood) clasi No 8, White pine,
tpruct.Ju Ipe ,andcyprtti clats No 7, Lime,
hair, anJ t lastert class No 8, Cement) elass No
it. Siuu din arid fire sand and fir clavi class No
id "lat)cUts No. ll, Iron, Iran spikes, andnalls)
, ata o li, irci)Ciasi no innironiviMinu
11 Pit iioiiiNi) is. Paln'a. oils, and tlastt elaai
.1 att ilu che dlery) clats No 17, Hardware)
class No 13 Sail neiyieats No It, Firewood)
ct No S(J Hty and straw) clats No 31, Proven
IrrtclAasNi H, LharcoaJ) clats No 23, Beltlnr,
lacking ecu nose,ciats no vt, sperm aou iiion
.lliL o It lira No 28.Aurerst class No 37. An
Lrati e coali clats No St. Bituminous C m'er-
ii, i -oMi vltts No 20 Seml-bltumlnous, broad top
c at, iifL) clats o tl, Copper aod composition
1 Al itt U , ui&caiuetj anu uiuii)Viaaa A
Ui g az.d
Clan No l, ahlp chandlery) c ats No 17 Hard.
wurei oinia no 16 atatlonervi data No It. Fir
w odt lnt ro 20, hav and stiawt claas No 21,
Prortnaen clats No 31, fcperm and lubrleatlt g
ollai clats No 2 Aueersi class No 37. An hracita
uia i olais No S3 UUumlnous Cumberland coal)
it a a iiacninBry anu iogia iui itviv
j FICZ, Xlcror or WAiHmoToa.WAcaieeTOX,
11 dealers in Drutt, Hardware, Lumber, Leather,
Un;C0 rurnnure, naroeit, ua sauuicry, nra re-
queiTeii wi vu i iu una uuisc. uu iu muhva ui
tvJiWtek, a sealed proposal or list, in dwftce7,
l Tre anieics iur iv rpaicu j luruiau w uu
t at short notice, with the price ol each
i m piain ntjurea, ao uiai, iu naae ui bju
r tliDBenlcfi reouire It. the article or ar
an e ottalned without delay, and at th
a i ke.
a wishing to sell to this Depot will be re
f irrtdh the list punctually evory Monday
morn g D H. ItUCKi.lt,
ria icr btnorai ana uuti 4uinmuier,
t ' ipntnf Waahlnrtnn
DIU VMJVJ PL-ILK F. 1
llfki llv c i .em.ilto tet at r
. UAtun, caq , oar-
i raoalver anil fraa-
swr 1 luua lor protection from the coming
Irnf, f tr a nu u r ot gentlemen, limited to one
nuo'ucu mm, eiuucacn any one subject to tao
aaio tan ctll At his ttoie, corner of Pennsylvania
"in - -, .uvdi nun irpoaii mat amount,
tnert y at curing to thetuselvta au tbe advantages
vt tc lo the Uraft aubitltutes will be provided
rnvH oito drawD, In rotational their names
ai i-i itbeb olii, without any partiality or
n ui rmatlon coiicernlmr ths above club. Mr T
M It HI UN or Mr IKCON will boglal t KVe
(S ar.Cbroo ,anlS.M C
OMI1H A FAniB.
O FRLNLII CONFECTIONERY
..- nui DAIIlOlOre BUNI)
. . BALTIMORE
The mutt delleaelet Fruits, Creams, Pound,
V . " "Frosted Cakes supplied to famines at
Matt La AT ALL HOURS OF THE DAY,
r-The ol oleett W inea constantly on hand
I It b T
I ATIOVAL BANK Of WASHINGTON.
LJ-Tl.lt Pa KB, organized under the National
ialu Larfof the last Congress, Is 0ptuw this
day for the transaction of business, at the corner
ot FitUtutl and streets, opposite Treasury Do
M" ent H D LOOK a.. President,
s Hv'HTlMTOa- Cashier Mi-l
Op F 1 0 1 A L.
NEW ENROLLMENT ALT.
Wak DBF ABTMEltT, )
AmtTTAlTT GtHEHAL! OrriCF,
Waihihotof, Ju'7 18M )
Ootfcl OnIri, No TIL
Thafollowln mol fOonrtii littutllihM for
lofotmtloa and toTtrnntnt ot all conerrordi
An net further to teg ulatt ad proTld for thf n-
rolllof aadsaUloffoattat nauoaai wrc -"-
for other imrpotei
Bt U i urfad bv tAt Stiuti tnd Ilovtt af Rrprtienla-
mi o M liti4 Stein ef America in Congrttt -mm1iI4.
Th&ttha rrciidcatof tfaUolted Statea
taiT. at hla dl aeration, ai aOT lira hcibiivt, ii
for any number of men oIuutri, for th rt
ipfctirt termi of on, two aad three Tn for mM
Uryier?.c,ftod nyiuh toluateer, or, la cat
of draft. aantTtfaaRir rrof 1KJ, aof laWtltuta,
thall b t redlted to th town, towoahlp. word of a
ely, prtd&ct, or tit ctloa district, orot eonoty
cot to ubdlTldcd. toward tbt ouotaofwolah hi
mar htv rolootccnd or ofafod u a ubatltatai
and crry Toluattor who li etptd aod muttered
Into the eerTlee for a term of eoeyear, unleii
ooner diisberfed, shall reeelre, aod be paid bj
the UalteJ statee. abouaty of$100 aad Ufor a
term of two yean, u&leii sooner dliehar(d, a
bounty of $300 1 and If for a term ofthree yeari,
uoleie sooocr dUeharged, a bounty of $W0j one
third of which bounty liall be paid to the loMler
at the time of hli be Id muttered Into the aerTlie.
one third at the expiration of one half of hit term
of aerrtoe, aad one third at tbt eipiiatloa of hla
terra of acrvlea. And in ease of hll death while In
.crTiCVf the rtildue of h bouoty unpaid shall be
PW to his widow, if he shall hare left a widow,
..... ..,,.' ,.v. K.Rnn. .uvu
u nwi, vw ui tuuu(U wi u mi v ., -
mother, If she be a widow,
See. 2. And be If further enndei. That In ease the
quota, or any part thereof, of any town, township,
ward of a city, precinct, or eiaction district, or h
any county not to subdivided, shall not be filled
within the apace of fifty days after such call, then
the President shall Immediately order a draft for
ooe yesr to fill such quota, or any part tnereor,
which maybe unfilled) and U ease of any such
draft, no payment of money shall be accepted or
recti red by the Government as commutation to
release any enrolled or drafted man from personal
obligation to perform military service.
See. S. And o U further tnodtd. That It shall be
lawful for the EaaeutlTeof any of the states to
rend recruiting; agent Into any of the Statee de
clared to b in re Demon, oieepi me aiaiea oi at
ansae, Tennessee, aod Louisiana, to recruit roluo
tcers under any call under the provtslocaot this
act, who shall be credited to the State, and to the
respective subdivisions thereof, which may pro
cote the enlistment.
See a. And b it uriker enacted. That drafted men,
substitutes, and volunteers, when mus'ered In,
shall beorcaolied Into or asttgned to regiments,
batter tea, or other organlxatlons of their own
Statee, and, at far as practicable, shall, whsn as
signed, be permitted to select their own regiments,
batteilcs, or other orranlzetlons from among those
oftbtlr respective States which at the time of as
signment may not be filled to their maximum num
St S. AndbeU further tnadtd. That the twen
tletb section ot the act entitled " An act to amend
Lao act entitled An act for enrolling end calling
out the national forcee, and for ether purposes,'"
approved February 2. 1964, shslt be construed to
mean that the Secretary of War shall discharge
minora under the age of eighteen cars under the
circumstances and on the conditions prescribed In
said section; and hereafter, U any odeer of the
United Stales snail knowingly enusi or mnswr
into the military service any person under the age
of slateen years, with er without the consent of
his parent or guardian, such person so enlisted or
recruited shall be Immediately discharged upon
repayment of all bounties receive J aod such re
cruiting or mustenog omcer wno snail Knowingly
enlist any person under sixteen years of ate shall
so dismissed tne service, witn lorieiiure oi au pey
and allowances, and shall be suhjeet to such fur
ther punishment as a courVmarllal may direct.
8e. fi And bt it further rnertci, Thst section
three of an act entitled " An act to amend an act
entitled ' An act for ea Hog out the national forses,
and for other purpases,'" approved February 24,
1944, be, aod the same Is hereby, amended so as to
authorise and direst dlstrlst provost marshals,
under the direction or the Provost Marshal Gen-
"., .. v. , .,.--(.h t ii th.nnt.
addition to the number required to fill the quota
of any district as provided by said section
I g(e 7 And 6e it further enacted That Instead of
i traveling pay, all drafted persona reporting at me
I ..' . .. ... .. ... .
place oi renaexvouc snail ne aiiowca iranspona-
tlon from their places of re dence; and persons
discharged at the place of rendezvous shall be al
lowed transportation to their places of residence
Sec 8 And bt ujurtrur enaciea, xnai au persons
In th naval service of the United States who have
entered said service during the piesent rebellion,
who have not been credited to tbe quota of any
town, district, ward, or State, by reason of their
being In said service and notarolled prior to
February tl 1844 shsll be enrolled aod credited to
the quotas of the town, ward, district, or State In
which they respectively reside, upon satisfactory
proof of their residence made to the Secretary of
Sec t And bt it further enacted, That If any per
son duly drafted shall b absent from home In
prosecution of hla usual outlasts, the provost
marsnai oi tne aistriet snau eaute mm to oe auiy
notified as soon as maybe, and he shall not be
deemed a deserter, nor liable as such, until notice
has been given to him and reasonable time al
lowed for him to return and report to the provost
marshal of his district) but such absence shall not
otherwise affact hi liability under this act.
See 10 And bt it further enacted. That nothtnr
contained In this aot shall be construed to alter or
la any way affect tbe provisions of tbe seven
teenth section of an act, approved Februsry 24,
184, entitled "An aot to amend an act entitled
1 An act for enrolling and calling out the national
forces, and for other purposes,' " approved Mirch
MC 11 And bt it further enacted That nothing
contained in this act shall be construed to alter or
change the provisions of existing laws relative to
Ierm tiling peraona uauio io military service to
Approved July 4,1841
By order of tbe Secretary of Wart
K. D TOWNSEND,
ault Attlstant Adjutant General.
r v i
I A L
OFFICE OF ASSISTANT JUDGE ADOCATE
Was Demxtmziit, )
Adjutant GtNEaaLs urricc,
WAtamOTOK, July 18 1864 )
General Orders, No 330
I Colonel William M Dunn, Assistant Judge
Adrocat General, will take post at Louisville.
Kentucky, at which place the ofilee of Aitlstant
Judge Advocate General la hereby established
Allrecvrdaof courts martial and military com
missions which ar required by Regulations to b
forwarded to the Judge Advocate General will be
sent by oncers ordering such courts or commis
sion within th Military Departments of the
Ohio, th Tennessee, the Cumberland, the Mis
souri, Arkansas, and Kansas, to tbe Assistant
Judge Advocate General, at Loulivllle
With reference to records ol courts and commls
slona, it will be tbe duty of tbe A i sit taut Judge
Advocate General to call for such at are not fur
warded In due aeaaoo, to examine them, to return
for correction sueb as are incomplete, and to give
Immediate notice of fatal defects to tbe proper
commander, that sentences may not be Illegally
executed He will forward all complete records
to the Judga Advocate General, but wil not be
expected to prepare reports on them unless spe
cially instructed to that elect by the Judge Advo
II The Aitlstant Judge Advocate General will
b allowed th number of rooms as offlos, and fuel
therefor, assigned to an Attlttant Quartermaster
General In paragrspb toea, General Regulations
Ur order oi the Secretary of War t
E, D TOWNSEND,
auSJ Attlttaot Adjutant General
THtt EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION OF
TUB PHEblDKNT Ur TUB uniTEU STATES,
ISSUED JANUARY 1, 18
LETTER OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U 8 TO
THE UNION CONVETION HOLDEN AT
SPRINGFIELD. (IlXn) SEPT. t, 1861.
Officially Revised and Corrected.
From the Press of the National nEruiucaa.
For eale by
ooie-u us Pennsylvania avenue.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Ha removed hi office to th Northeast corner of
F and Flfteentn street, opposite the east
entrance of the Treasury Building,
Washington City, l i '
Amadj C9PiUy to cuius pop. the United
piiOPOSAXB FPU ronAon.
Crrt ntuitMuiiii'i Ornn,
Sttltd p-o,.tlt tt lutlttd Ijt tht onclTilttJ
i r.ooilVln lh CtlUd Bl aottUtnuttTt
Kp.tlinrnt, t WMblnrton, D c. BMUmoit ma .
";?ZT11 lth U.f. tVirn. Iit. uul strtw.
3i It Tillb rtMivtdfor tht dtllTery 01 M
baabeis ot eon or oat aod So tone ot hay or tra
mt.H n. Btkta kt whlah Af lh AhOTeuamU
?.". t'i! .????!. '" '.!!!'',": Xit
the qiantlty of cash article proposed to be deiiv
erM, the time when said deliveries shall be com.
eieoeed, and when to be completed.
The price must be written out to esvord on me
'l.k.v.ut..i.Mvi atni casks. of about
UUM DUthtlt 1Mb Tbt IHtl 0 """'ifj
Mthout txtt. tn to tht oottnsitni. Tut
litrior ttttw.propottd to b. iltUttrtd muit &t
"ViAl SlSf3S!l -- .... mo. h.ln l-
tlttJ.wlll bt tubjttt U . rKtld UuptttlonbT tU'
Unrtramtst ItpMr btlort btU ttttpttd.
Conlt.tU U1 bt twtrdtd Irora ilmt to tlmt to
tbt lo.trt ttapoulblt klililtr, M tht hliw 01
Ibt GoTtnuntnt mv require, ud ptymtotwui Pt
Dt'lt wbtn tht Wbolt tmoont tonwtwn i" .u
L J.llvaMil An.4 AAiint-
""."."""'"""""'.t: - hi.
Tne Mddcr win w roquirru w wmpii -
proposal with a guaranty, elmed by two reeponsl'
lie persons, that In saie hit bid is aeoeptad he or
they will, within ten days traraiwr, xout tb
contract for the same, with good and sufficient
sureties In a sum equu to the amount ot "eoa,
tract, to deliver the (orare proposed In conformity
wlthAhe terms of this advert Iseraentf and in i eaae
the sal lblddsT hll faU to enter Into the contract,
they to make ewd tie dirrereneebetweev thy offer
of said bldJet and the next lowest responatble bid
der, or the rersoni to whom the contract maybe
The rcsponsll llltf of the guarantort mnt be
(hown by the oflltlal eertlficate of a United S ete
Dirtr et Attorney, Collector of Customs, or ny
other oincer under the Colled States Oovernmei t,
or rBxnainia person Known in inn nuiov.
All DUUiers wiuoeauiynouamui uiamvyun
AB Bt AA.t AM l lk.lt hW.lkflk.il
The full name and P. O address of each Mdde
must be leaihly written In the proposal.
lTOl"Si nun p Murcuwi iu uimu.i vu
t u ..& r-ht.f nnnt Oiiarfjirmaatcr. Waan
tngtoo, D u, and should be plainly marked " Pro-
poaau lor toraRv " . . ...
Bonds, In a sum quel to the amount of the con
trast, sinned by the contractor and both of bis
Suarantots, will be required of the successful bid
er or blCders upon signing the contract.
ln forms of Mds, guarantee, and bonus, may
be obtained upon application at uus ome
roHM or rnoposAi.
i Town, County, and State)
I, the subscriber, 4A hereby propose to furnish
ad deliver to the United States, at the Quarter
matter's Department at -, arreeably to
the term of your advertisement, inviting propo
sals for forage, dated Washington Depot, De
cember 8, 1BC2, the following articles, rut
bushels of Corn, In ascks, at per bushel
ofHpouni. . ,
bushels of Osts, In sacks, at per bushel
of 22 pounds.
tors of baled Hay, at per ton of 3,x
Wo of baled Straw, at per ton of 2,000
Delivery to commence on or before the -
day of ' -, 13 , and to be completed on or be
fore the day of ,184 .and pledge mysslt
to enter Into a written contract with the United
States, with rood and approved securities, within
the space of ten days after being notified that my
Brigadier General D H Rpcxeb,
Chief Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D C
We, the undersigned, residents of
lb Louutv of ". and State of '
hereby. Jointly and severally, covenant with the
United States, and guarantee In case the foregolnc
hl.l of bat aeoanted. that ha or thev will
within ten day after tho acceptance of the said
bid. cxecut the contract for the same with good
and sufficient sureties, In a sum equal to the
amount of the contract, to furnish the forace nro-
Ssed In conformity to the terms of advertisement
ted December 8, 1U3, under which the bid was
made, and, in ease the sat J shall fall to
enter Into a contract as aforesaid, we fruarantee to
make good the difference between the ofler by the
la UUl U1IBI1IIUWUIICI1VUWUWV1UUS(
or the person to whom the contract may be
witness, t urvea unaer our nana ana seau
lime- GAyoj , is ,
I hereby certify that, to the best of my Knowl
edge and belief, the above-named guarantors are
good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for
which they offer to be security.
To he oertinedby the United States District At
torney, Collector of Customs, or any other officer
under the United State Government, or responsi
ble person known to this office
V D. H nCCKKR,
def-tf Brig Gen and Quartermaster.
pHOVOSALS FOR LOAN.
Tbcaivhy DtrAKTMEirr, July 35, 1844
Notice Is hereby given that subscriptions will be
received by the freasjrerof the United states, the
several Assistant Treasurers and Deslgoa ed De
positories and by the National Banks designated
and qua lfted as Depositories aod Financial Agents,
fir iraaautr Nritra navable three veara from Au
gust IS, 14. bearing Interest at the rate of seven
and three tenths percent per annum, with semi
annual coupons attached, pejebl la lawful
These notes will be convertible, at the option of
the holder, at maturity, Into six per cent gold
bearing bonds, redeemable after five and payable
twentj years from August 16, 1897
DO notes wni DCiaauvu min utnDmiu.uuua
fifty, olc hundred, five hundred, one thousand,
and five tnousand doiiart, ana win oeusueuin
blank, or payable to order, aa may be directed by
All subscriptions must be for fifty dollars, or
som multiple of nfiy dollars
Duplicate certificates will be Issued for all de
ooalta Th nartv deDositinr must endorse UDun
onuinat certificate the denomination of notes re
quired, and whether they are to be issued in blank
or paaoie loorocr nuen ao eouoraru ii must d
left with the omeer receiving tbe deposit, to be
forwarded to tbta Department
The note wll be transmitted to the owners,
free of transportation charges, as soon after the
receipt oi in orifinai wirimsaies oi vcpoait as
they can be prepared
Interest will be allowed to August IS on all de
pot its made prior to that date, and will be paid by
(be Department upon the receipt of the original
As tbe notes draw Interest Irom August lb, per
sons making depotltssubiequentto that date must
iav tbe interest ascruedfrotn date of note to date
rerue aepoamng iwaniy nv inoutana uouars
and upwards lor these notes at any on time will
be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per
cent , which will be paid by this Department upon
the receipt of a bill for the amount, certified to by
theofflcerwlth whom tbe deposit was made. No
deductions for commissions must be made from
Officers receiving deposits will see that the
proper endorsements are made upon the original
All officers author-lied to rece v denoslta are
requested to give to applicants all desired infor
mation, anu anoru every lafliuiyior maxiDg sub
scriptions W P FKS1ENDEN,
Jy36-tf Se-retary of the Treasury
F F I 0 I A L.
NEWLY COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
(Circular, No 1
Adjutant Gchmal's Orricc,
Washinotom, August 3, 18i4
It Is announced for the Information and guidance
ol all concerned, that an officer of a three years'
volunteer organisation, who receives a new com-
minion at a rate subsequent to that of bit original
entrants Into service, tt held to tenia for thrtt
yeurt from tht dale of hit tatt muafsr-m, and not for
three years ir jm the date of original muster In
No mutters In ar authorized or recognized by
the War Deieitment,0rfA unexpired term of an
organisation. Musters so made have uniformly
been revoked, so soon as brought to notice.
Wher musters hav been mad by Commls.
series of Mutters, or their Aiilttanti,r tht unex
pirtd portion of a term, and thera is deubt a to the
potitlon of an officer, th cat Involved should be
forwarded through the proper Cum miliary of
Mutters to the Adjutant General of tbe Army, for
the decision of thc War Departmcn
Regulation similar to the foregoing apply to
organization mustertit into terviee for a period lett
than thrtt yeart the general rule being that a com
miatloned officer shall, In all cases, be mustered In
for tbe period for which his regiment or company
was originally so mustered
If officers ol veteran organisations do not deslr
to secure the advantages of their former " commit
tiont and rank, as contemplated by Section 3, of
Paragraph 1, Circular No 16, current series, from
tb s office, they can decline to be remuctereda
therein directed, and only itrve out the unerpired
term of tht mu'trr under wnUhth y maybe acting a
tht tin k D TOWNSEND,
Attlitant Adjutant Ceneral
F.mtlir of I
OAML Or CAODS. THL
Mutloal Cards (patronized bv the Roval
amilv of Loaland) are sent br uoat tar Three
Im'lara The v are a most amual&r naatlm. and
teach Musloal Time quicker than other method
"A most lntercctlitg and cle er game " rimtt
'Admirably Adapted for teaut li g Musical Time "
Addreci A JOYCF,
anil 3ru ej Writ TMttviUth it , New Vuik
OltEAT PXHIO ItyW IUQINQ 1
psioi.TiKe in tne
C0WPLETE 0KRTHI10W OP HIGH TMC &L
jSTAirrLINQ INTKLLIQEHCK t
COTTOW UP I
KVKRTTlUHa UP 1
Put It matter) not to us; the Goods on hand
muit be sold. Now Is I he time to buy
rEOrLTC'8 CLOTUINQ ST0HE,
where you will find a eplendld assortment ot
also, an Immense stock of READY MADE CLOTH
ING and GENTLEMEN'S rUANISUINO GOODS,
ot every description.
CUSTOM GOODS MADE TO ORDER,
at prices that defy competition.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLES
before purchestof elsewhere, at the
TEOriiE'S CLOTHING STORE,
(00 SEVENTH St REST,
OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE.
' J. H SMITH,
44 Seventh Street.
" CHALL WE BAY IT!"
"DARE WE SAY IT 1"
We will not be undersold by smith or any one elae,
WE BAYS GOT THEM.
We can U them, and w will sell them.
WE HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL,
Undoubtedly owing to the fad that the public
have found out and appreciate our motto 1
MANY SALES, BUT SMALL PROFITS)
GENTLLMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
AND CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
BOYS' CLOTHING, AN ENDLESS VARIETY
AT 444 SEVENTH STREET.
mS-tf J. BRUCE ft CO.
ESTABLISHED IN 1808.
4JIDKON A PEAKBOli,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
111 Math Street, near rennjylvanle Arena,
Having greatly Increased the faellltlee of the
above Old bUblUhad Printing
Bouse by aa almost
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
And th addition of several of tbe most Improfcd
TOW KR-PR XB8IB,
Are prepared to execute every variety of
FINE VISITING CARD
FLAW OB OOLOUHD INK.
ruoMriNsss and DisrAToa
SEMI-WEEKLY BETWEEV NEW YORK, WASH
INGTON AND GEORGETOWN. IVC
BALTIMORE aEM prRX
8ALYOR, ABD JAB. S. GKEEN.
Regular Sailing Day WEDNESDAYS and SAT
URDAYS, at 10 a. m,, from foot of High street,
Georgetown, and Pier 18, foot of Wall street, New
For freight or passage apply to
MORGAN A RHINE HART, Agent,
foot of High street. Georgetown, or
JAMES HAND, Agent,
deu-em in Wall street, New York
ADAMB KXPnEBS COMPANY,
WuMngto OUy, D. O.
8RIAT lilTHW, HOBTUKN, in WIST-
IBM ITFHKM rOBWAKDKBS
iitkium, Kuir, J.w.lrri VMuklu
ot Bt.k.. BoKdi.
rorwujrf wlti SArETY AND OUrATCH io 111
.twuibl. tefltiom or th. eovatry. tM,U)mpui,
at. AxcaslM u iht prlatlpU tilnn towni In th.
NOftTlI, EAST, WEST. AND MORT1IWKST.
IU brtnriliu olfl.a. u.
WAannroToi.D. a., x. roar, bostox,
OJNNATI, ST, LOUIiL LOUIS
ConnectlODB ara mala al Naw York and Hnatfta
with lines forwarding to th Canada and the
iu rroTuiHi, ana wim sxamsnip iinaa so xav.
erpool, Southamptan, and Havre, and thence by
European exprea to all prominent ommeTtlel
towns in ureal Britain and oa tne uontinent.
CoUeetloA of Notes, Draft, aad BUla saade at all
aeeeaclbls part of the United SUtai
. CC DUNN. Agent,
IS Washington, P. ft
cor. or aiananrm sr. avd rum. attetji,
WASHINQTON, D O,
Meals ruroita1 at til hours, and at tha shortest
otic. J, W. RLYNOLDS,
fIUiAT P&ittBYLVANU ROUTB
V1 to tuc
NdRTinVlUT AND SOUTHWEST.
O 4 aad after NOVEMiCR Uth tralaa will leave
f itlator from the North 1 Calvert Station aa
Ughtalng Express ,
TtrtSlea m. train from Washleetoa aonnata
With ttMl IMlm train frnm naltlmnra fnr Pllta.
htt and the West, aad for Elmlra. Bufialo,
raUt, and for Nter York City,
Th-fSlOh. . TRAIlTrROM WASHINGTOM
eodfiMte with the f sop m. train from Baltimore,
for Elmlra ud the North, and Pittsburg and the
SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS.
COLDmi TIOKBTS IT OOTHTfMtlfT XiTBS
UNK TUROUQU TRAIN ON SUNDAY.
low. fare' anFquick TIME.
tr For Ticket and any Information apply at
th offlo of the Great Pennsylvania Route, corner
Peaasylvaale avenue and Sixtfc street, under Na
tional I lot!, Washington,
J. N. DUBARRY,
. Superintendent N C. A. R.
. J. WILKINS,
Paesengsr and Ticket Agent,
J4-ly Corner SUth st. and Pa. avenue.
and baltimore railroad.
On and after flundav. June tlth. 161.
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
Baltimore, at 4 JO a. dl, (Express, Mondays ex
eented.1 8.00a n 12m. 2.10 aad 10 20 d m.
Caester, at 8 OS, ll 18 a. m, 1 20, Xo, 4-o, , and
WUmlngtoo, at 4 to, (Mondays eieepted,) 80S,
11 laa. m , 1 au,su, eeu,, iv u, ana 11 p.m.
New CaUe, at 1 01 a. m and 4 W p. m,
Dover, at 8 M a. m. and 4.20 p. m.
Salisbury, at S.0S a. m.
TRAINS FOR PHILDELPHIA LEAVE
Baltimore at 8.4s and S 40 a m (Express,) 110,
s,ii iv no p. m.1
WUmlngtoo at 1 48, S 44, and a. m, I3J4, 1 , 1.45,
, a 1 av, ana t ivp n,
Sal sbury at 1 p. m.
Dover at f JO a. m. and 4 U p. u.
New Castle at 8 to a m. anal M p m.
Chester at 7 42 and t.40 a, m., I, SJ9, 4.40, i, 8.14,
and 1 40 n ax.
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
stations at 1Q& p. n.
Leave Baltimore for Dover and Intermediate sta
tions at 1 10 p.m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE.
Leave Chester at S.40 a m-a and endll 09 p m.
Leave Wit mint-ton at 8J0 and 38 a. m.. and 2 as
and 11 40 p m
RKIGHT TRAIN. With passenger ar attached,
will leave Wilmington for Perry ville and Interme
diate places at 7 45 p. m
SUNDAYS From Philadelphia to Baltimore
only at 4.20 a, u. and to 10 p m
rom rniiadtipnia to Wilmington at 4 JO a. m ,
and 10 JO and up m.
From Wilmington to Philadelphia at 1 43 a. m.
audi top m.
Onlvat 10 2An m from Baltlranrata Pblladal-
jcxi-w 11 r. avaiinjitS, Ass't sup'i.
LTIUOBB AND OHIO
and after SUNDAY. Juna ltth. IBaU. dailv
tralni will to run between Washington and New
aora, ana wasninjnoa ana in weei, a souowit
Leave Waahinaton at7J0a.tn.llJta.BBu.aaa
p. m., dally except Sunday. On Sunday at 8.80 p.
FOR BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA.
day Passengers will not thai this train runs as
i m rouaucipnia ddiv
FOR NUW YORK.
Leave Washington dally at 8 to p m. Tot train
Ufor new ICTipeiteaeertCJelativefjr,
Leave Washington at ejo, a. m , TJO a. m , 11 18
a. m., an. m , 4.44 p. m , iju p m., and 8.to p. m.
On Sundays et?Mamntp m. and 8 to p.m.
FOR ALL PARTS OF TUK WAar.
Leave Washlna-ton at S Jo a. m. and I. A4A. and
ow i, iuuavuf,xvii auauafi
ru oimuay, mt sna oiup, n.
Tickets sold to all Dolnti West, an haaaaam
Leav Waahlnstaa at l to. a. m . and AU o. aa .
ua.li y, saoaips Bunaay.
rto iraui lor addidoui on sunair.
Trains Leaving Washington at 7 JO a. m. and 8 to
p. m. go through to New sork vtfAovJ cAenee of
Sleenlnc ear on 8 to and 8.10 n. m. train Rartha
an be aeeured until 8 p. m., dally, at th Tlshet
orfieei after that hour they must be secured ot the
sleeping var buouuvtor.
i n nrst ana nnn train stop at ail way pouts
The torn, train stODS onlv at Alailcnaburr
Bells vllle, Laurel, Annapolis Junction, and Relay
House, dally, except Sunday, On Sunday It stop
at hi rim j jnjiuia
Paasensers wtli nlease obaarva that the t n. m.
runs only at far a Philadelphia daily, except Sunday,
On Sundavlt runs to Baltimore onlv Alan, that thai
8,80 p, m. Train taJut Neu Yark pattenotrt only.
ivr iuiuivt uuuraiaiioa, ura di very'tiLna,
M., apply to George S. Koontz, Agent at Waah
Ingion, or at the Usket ome.
v W turrt
Je30-tf General Tlakst Agent,
MMW YORK. talMMBa
THE CAhlDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL
PHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA
WBOX rWLADBLTBU TO NSW TOUX
AND WAT riavBS,
rra vralatvit Btreet Wharf suasl Koav
WILL LBATB AS FOLLOWS, YZS I Tara
It fi A. M., via Camden and AmboT C.AA.
Accommodation . . . . XM
At 8 A.M.,TlaCamdanandJreyQty-Nw
Jrj AMommodatlott . . . s.ts
At 8 a. niH via uunaea and Jaraty Qtyi
Uornlng Expraa .
At I A.Mvla Camden and Jersey City
At U A.M.,vUBnalnxton&ndJerteratTi
ai ii u , vie tvmaen ana Ambor c. and
a AieuBuiujuauon ut
at i r. mviaLAmaeaand Amboy Cand
A. ExDreas id
at 8 P. &L, via Kensington and Jersey Cirri
w as nine-ton and N Y. ExDretaa and
at awr m ,viaaerjiinjrtonanajer0TtiT7i
Evenlne Uall xno
ai uxr, m ,na mnsinston ana terser utri
(.lt... (f.ll -
nfuiuciuuiu - - eVW
at txinignii via Kensington and Jersey
City, Southern Express 8 00
at r. m ,viauimdenandAmboy Aseoav
taodattoa (Freight and PassanxerV
1st class tlckst Asa
td elass Utket i g
The 8 IS P. M Evenltur Mail and tha 1 to f Nlrhtt
uuiuaro upmi ww iuu uatiy, nu oiaers, aun
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES,
Leav Walnut street wharf at 8 and 8 a. m.. n m..
and 3 d m.
Leave Kensington Depot at 11 II a. m , S.U. 4.80
and tt p. m , and ItAO a. m. (night)
Tbe 8 u p. m. Line tuns dally ail others, Sun-
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINTS.
Leav foot of Barclay street at 8 a. m. and 3 p, m.
From foot of Cortland street at 7. 8 and io a m .
13 m , 4 and P m , and It night
The 8 p. tn. Iln runs daily) all others Sundays
WH n , im unidiubn, AUDI
PnmnrtmiA, Dec 9s. ifias deti
rpERMB OP THE SUPREME COURT
1 OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Notice
IsLereby given that, by a rule of the Court, lis
terms hare been fixed aa follows!
Third Monday of January,
First Monday of May.
Third Mondev of Ootober.
Terms of tha Circuit Court
In which alone a jury Is lmpanoeled for the trial
of civil cues.)
First Tuesday of February.
Third Monday of May.
First Tuesday of November.
2 rrsu e the Criminal Court
First Monday ol March.
Third Monday of June,
Fust Monday of December.
2rwi of the Dittrki Court
First Monday of June.
First Monday of December
First Tuesday of January.
First Tuesday cf February.
First Tuesday of March
First Tuesday of April.
Third Monday of May.
First Tuesday of June,
First Tuesday of Jury.
First Tuesday of September.
sirsi Tueeuay oi uctooer.
First Tuesday of November,'
First Tuesday of December,
Byord of tha Court R.J.MEISM.
VX hare now In store a full stock of Gentlemen's
SDrinsT Overcoat. Business finlta. rtreaa Sii It, and
sTirnlshing Goods of the latest styles, uanufactur
u wiu uawutvreefiauine,sij'i, auuvi.
luvi mm m . mj uruer.
WALL, STEPHENS A Co ,
IM Psnniylranla Arenue, between
Ninth and 1 enta tireet.
Dr. M. VELLNrs rrivst flotpiUl.b the fed
eral Block, Corner of Seventh tod r streets, oppo
site the poet and Patent Offices Rooms St and t4,
up stain, Washington, D. C
All diseases ot a filrtta nature treated In the
best selenttbt manner, end radical euret efffeted
10 all cstca, sYHUUTW AMCCriOtty G0t-
USWIKXA, OLEKT, STM1CTUUL1. SEhllHAL
tre IKS ESS, or tht result ot VOWPTIOVS
DfiklMS, or any weaknees of th OkSkRATtVL
OrOaSS, from any cause whatever, or how lomg
standing, thorongfily and radically eurttf i alto
COLT, MHa,VMATlSU. kSSORAtOUt and otf.cr
LURONtCDISEASKSot the VERVES, MVSCLKS,
BONKS, and JOINTS SCROfUlA, BLOTCHES
OH ma fl CK, ERlPTIONSoa tbe Limb and body
and all other KRUrTJAEDlSEASkS and DISEASE
or thc BLOOD, from whatever cause they may
AFFLICTED AMD UNFORTUNATE
No matter what your disease, let no falae data
aa? prevent you from applying Immediately to
Dr. Velloy, who tt esknowleged to be by far the
most SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN la the treatment
of private disease. Far not to eome and make
known your misfortunes, and he will speedly tend
you on your way rejoicing.
Thai dreadful scourge of the young, Indulged In
when alone, destroys th generative organs, unfits
them for married life, producing weaknees of th
back and limb, lot ot animation and muscular
power, palpitation of the htert, nervous ir inabili
ty, loss of memory, melancholy habits. Insanity,
consumption, and death.
YOUNG MAN I In Tlsw of the dreadful eonsa-
quenee of delay, do not fall to make your cat
known Immediately td Dr. Vellny. Your secrets
with hla ar sacred, and you may confidently rely
upon hla medical tkllL
4 Thousand who systems were shattered and
who were on the brink of the grave, hare been
brought back to rigorous health by hla skillful
Married persons, or those contemplating matrl
mony, who luppeet themselves of impotency scml-
sal weeknese, or any disease arising from a rt-
laaed state of th genital organs, whather the i
suit of disease, injury, youthful Indiscretions, i
Indulgence of thepassleni In riper years, are ear.
neatly entreated to place themselves under th
care ot Dr. V. They may rely with certainty
upon a speedy cure, and being rtstorod to full
health and rigor.
H treat with entire success all disease of
Females euth ai LEUCORRUEA or WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, ,, fcc , and la every ease guar
antees a perfect CURE.
FEU moderate, and ISIT8 and COMMUNICA
TIONS strictly TRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL,
Pinion calling see no on but the Doctoo.
Those at a distance may be treated ar hail,
by sending a statement of CASE, Ao . Suit
DR. S B. SIQESMOND A UAYWARD,
380 Pennsylvania avenue, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, Washington.
Drs S AH eaUath attention of tha public to
the following advantages ol their improved system)
isi in teem oi meir manuiaoiura) wui never
corrode nor change color by any adds, and are
three-fourths lighter thaa any ether.
3d No teeth or root need be extracted, aa tb
artificial ones can b Inserted over them.
td Th root will b mad lnorienalv and never
4th rio temporary teetb are needed, ae perms
aeni ones can o maue immeoiaiei v, iQereoy pre
serving th natural expression of the face, which,
under th old system. Is frequently disfigured
6th. This work ha been fully tested for over
five rears br manr of tha first chemists and Dhrsl-
elans of this and the old country. ,
urs a a tt nave aiso mveniea a wniie inae
struetlble metal filling, with which the most sen
sitive teeth can be filled without pain, and can
build up a perfect sound tooth on any side roots,
wwen wiu iat turougu m uiauma.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I
With Innoxious Vapor, by Drs Slgesmond A Hay.
ward, 2o Peanaylvanlaaveau,lnvntorandsol
manufacturers of Anaettls Innoxious vapor (not
Laughing Gas, nor Chloroform or Ethr) but
ttrlctly an Anaestlo agent, entirely free from ex
hilarating effects and perfectly harmless causing a
quiet sleep, with pleasant sensations and perfect
Intentlblllty to pain.
Tbe best of references given If required.
Call aod examine for yourselves myiU
TDK BUPREME COUIIT OF THE
DISTRCT OF COLUMBIA, HOLDING A
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES FOR THL SAID DISTRICT.
To alt whom it me y concern, GaxxTlH!
Notice la hereoy given, that oa th Sd day of
Ausuit, 184, th longboat J. H D Smoot, Cargo,
Tackle, Ae .wui seized for breach of the revenue
law by the United States mortar schooner Adolph
Hugle, and brought tb same Into this District
for adjudication, and tha same are llbellet and
Erosecutsd In this Court la the-nam of the United
tatei for condemnation) and have heen arretted by
the Marahal for the reasons In the libel stated i and
that satd causa will stand for trial at the City Hall,
la th eltyof Washington, on th Third MONDAY
of September next, when and where alt persona
are warned to appear to show cause why condem
nation should not be decreed, and to Intervene for
their Interests August 34, 1864
au2o-3awtiepl8 R.J MEIOS, Clerk.
mUIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
JL the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans'
Court of Washington county. In tha District of Co
lumbia, letters testamentary on tb personal es
tate of Franc is Schenlc,late of Washington county,
Dlctriotof Columbia, deoeated. All per tent having
claim against the said deoeated are nereby warned
to exhibit the same, with tbe vouchers thereof, to
the subssrlber,onor before the ltth day of August
neittthey may otherwise bylaw be excluded from
all benefit of the said esttt
Glren under my hand this Uth dayof August,
1641 ELIZA JANE BCHENIO.
TRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON
COUNT Y-TO WIT1
In tha iia ttt Lualnda Comoton. administratrix
of Amanuel G Compton, deceased, tb administra
trix aforesaid has, with the approbat'on ol tb Or
phans' Court of Wasblogton county aforesaid ap
pointed Saturday, tbe 8th day of September next,
for tha final settlement and distribution of the
personal estate of th said deceased, aod of the
assets In hand, as far as the same have bt en ool-
lectcd and turned Into money) when and wher all
th creditors and heirs of said deoeated ar notified
to etina, lai tne urpnaos- court oi wasoington
county aforesaid,) with their claims properly
vouencu, ui- tuvr ujr ouicrwiae oy law D ex
eluded from all benefit la aald deaeaaed'a itat
orovlded a oodt of this order be oubllshed one a
week for three week in tbe National Vepublican
pravioua mi iae biu aiaaay oi sepicmoer iss.
acwii u. uDuins,ne(isier oi wius.
i a tm mauon uorttj
BBS PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenth streets, (up stairs )
Th DroDrletor of this farorlte Restaurant hi
pared no pain to make this the best Rsstaurant
Washington! and be points with pleasure to the
arte patronaae he ha always been honored with,
and respectfully solicits a ontinuanoe of the same.
tJAMK, (JTSTER8, and other refreshment eon
stanUr oa handyand at tha most reasonable rat.
prepared at the ehorteat aotlse and in th most
Break fast from 8 to It o'tlosk Dinner and Sup
der at all hoars. mar tr
OROAPE MAT. THB FABT AND
MANHATTAN. Cant. E A. RvTHEB.
Uaves Philadelphia, foot of Arch ctreet, every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 8 a in , for
Cap Mayt returning, leaves Cap May vry
Monday, Wcdneisay and Friday Wr. t3.su
aul8i J. A STEWART, Agent
pALTLMOHK t0K UOBOTAL.
KtTASLIItttD AI A BtlTOt THOU QVAHXHY
DR. JOUNSrOM ha discovered the most Cer
tain, Speedy aad oaly Effectual Remedy la th
World for weakness ot th Back or Limb. Stric
tures, Affection of th Xloneys aad Bladder. In
voluntary Dischargee, Impotency, General Debili
ty, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Langour, Low Si trite,
Coo fusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Tim.
Idlty, Trembltngs, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness,
Dtieaeeeof tha Head, Throat, Note, or Skin, Afleo
tlons of the Lungs Stomach or Bowelsthose Tcr-
?Me Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of
rmth those iccbet and solitary practices more
fatal to their victim than th soag of Syrens to
th Mariner of Ulysses, blighting their most bril
liant hope or anticipations, rendering merrier.
Especially, who have become tb victims of Soll
t ry Vice, that dreadful and destrusUre habit,
which annually sweep to an untimely grave thou
sands of Young Men of the most exalted talents
and brilliant Intellect, who bight otherwise hare
entranced listening Senate with tbe thunder of
eloquence or waked to ecstaey th living lr re may
all with full confidence,
, Married a Persons, or Young Men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness or
ganic debility, deformities, Ac , speedily eared
He who place himself under the care or Dr J.
taayrallgloutty confide on his honor ae a gentle
man, and confidently rely upon his skill at a phy
sician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and Full Vigor Restored.
Tht Dreadful Dice ate which renders Life mis
erable and Marriage Impossible It th penalty
paid br tb Victim of ImDrooer Indufrenera
toting persons ar too apt to commit excesses
pom not being aware of the dreadful consequences
that may ensue. Now, who that undcestandi th
subject will pretend to deny that the power of pro
creation 1 lost sooner by those falling Into Impro
per habit than by the peudentt Beeldea being de
prived tb pleasure of healthy offspring, th most
erloueanddestruttlve symptoms to both body
"i win. auvBi.wui utwuill Udra-OKCU WIS
Fhvsleal and Man tat tWinatlnna WbanHt Inn
of Prosreatlv Power, Nervous Irritability, Dya-
yryim, raiiiiraa ui u ncm, laiunaiiOD, lon
Ututlooal Debility, a Weaning of th Fram,
Coughs, Contumptlon, AC,
OFFICE NO. T SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand eld, rolrur fram naltlmnra atrt. a fata
door from th corner Fall not to obi err e name
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The
Doctor' Diplomas hang In his office
Member of th Roval Collar of 8nra-ona. rnnrinn.
Sadoat from one ol th most eminent Colleges In
United States, and th greater part of whose
um n ohd ip&i in in notpiiai or Lonoon, ra
rU, Philadelphia, aad elsewhere, has etrected some
of thp most aetonlshlng cures that wci ever
known many troubled with ringing In thahaad
and ears whan asleep, great aervousneae being
alarmed at sudden sounds, baahfulaecs, with Ire
quent blushing, attended sometimes with a de
rangement of th mind, were cured Immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J addresses all those who hav lajwed them
selves by improper indulgtnc and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for
either business, study, eoctcty or marriage.
These are com of tb sad and mslaneboly effect
produced by atrly habits of youth, vlsi Weakness
of th Back and Limbs, Pain In th Had, Bimnets
of Sight, Loss of Muse alar Power, Palpitation of
th Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, De
rangement of tb Dleestlr Functions, General
Debility, Symptoms of Consumptlod.
MEHTALLT The featful eOeata on tha mind ara
much to be dreaded Loss of memory, Confusion of
Aversion to Soeletv. Self-Distrust. Love of flnli.
tude, Timidity, A , are omof tb vlls produced
dsuiidqi oi peraona oi an age can pow judge
what Is th eaus of their declining health, losing
their rlror. beeomlne weak. Data, ntrram amd
maclaud, having a singular appearance about
Mi vjew, ruuga auu ijnpwmi oi onsumpilon
Who have Injured themtelvee by a certain practice
indulged In when alonea habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, the effects of
which ara nightly felt, even when asleep, and If
not cured renders marriage Impossible, aod de
stroys both mind and body should apply Immedi
ately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, th prid of his parent, should b
snatched from all prospect and enjoyments of life,
by th consequence of deviating from the path ot
nature and Indulging la a certain secret habit
Such persons must, before contemplating
reflect that a sound mind and body are th most
necessary requisite to prom t cotnubial happi
ness Indeed, without the, the Journey through
life becomee a weary pilgrimage) th prospect
hourly darken to Jb rlewj th mind becomes
shadowed with deagmir, and filled with the melan
choly reflection that the happiness of another be
come blighted with our own
DISAASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When th misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds he has Imbibed th seeds of this
Dalnful disease, it too often hannana that a.n in.
timed sens of shame, or dread of discovery, de ers
him from applying to thos who, fr m education
falls Into th head of Ignorant and designing pre
tender, who, Incapable of curing, filch nl pecu
niary substance, keep him trifling month alter
auvoui. or ea i ou toe smauest lee can DC obtain
ed, and In decpair leav him with ruined health to
sigh ever his galling disappointment) or, by the
us of that deadly poison, Mercury, hasten the
constitutional symptom of this terrible disease,
such as Affection of th Head, Throat, Nose, Skin,
to., progressing with frlgbtlul rapidity till d alh
put a period to hi dreadful sufferings by sending
him to that undiscovered country from whose
bourse no traveler returns
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS
ThtniAnrJhoasaod cured at tht institution
within th lot eighteen yean, and the au cioua
Important Surgical Operation performed by Dr
Johnston, witnessed by th reporter of th " un "
it i '.: ... . T" ....
au jauj owcriitpvri) uoucct oi wmcnnat ap
peared again and aaain before tbe public, betides
his standing aa a gentleman of character aud re
sponsibility, la a sufficient guarantee to the af-
H KI UISKASKS SPEEDILY CURED
Persons wrltlna: should be nartloular ind matin
their letters to Els Institution, in the following
JOHN M JOHNSTON, M D .
Baltimore Lock Hospital,
JelS-ly Baltimore, Maryland.
QOLDIERB OF THE UNION I
Read the following Letter received from your
Comrades as endorsements of the WORLD
KNOWN AND WORLD TRIED REMEDIES,
known as PROF. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND
OINTMENT. You will here find unsolicited testl
moolals received from all parts of the country
where our army of occupation la in force
Be to Your Health! All of you have som on
Interested In your welfare, then do not delay .
lour Life is Valuable I Not only to yourselves,
but to your Father and Mothers, Sisters, Wires,
aod Brothers. Then, while you may, purcha
your Health! For to cent, 68 cents, or 81 40 will
when expended In these medicines, bring you down
to the greenest and ripest old age
Tbe following are genuine letters, on file for
Inspection at this office Copies sent by mall to any
Inquirer. 60MAIDLN LANE, N Y.
qUABTCBUAtTEa'S DCfAUTWrHT, I
th Illinois Volunteers,
Foixv Island, S C., November 2, 1881.
Prtyf, llollovay, BO Maiden Lane, JV Ft
Siat Enclosed plea find two dollars, for wbloh
send me one doliar'e worth each of your celebrated
Pills and Ointment, by return mall Please attend
to this at once, for I am much in need of tbe above
Lieut. A. W, FELLOWS, Q M ,
nth Illinois Volunteers
CAAtr Nxab Bbabdv Station, Va., r
January 7, 1884. ,
Dr. a a Siai I have beard a great deal of talk
about your famous Pills, and aa I never was In
the need of them till now, I want to try them, as
Dlarrhosa Is very prevalent at the present timet
send me the worth ol the enoioted. Yours, Ac,
Co. E, 8th Regt .Excelsior Brigade,
Pvlaibi, Turn., Dee. 3, IBM
Dcab Sim Please find enclosed one dollar, and
send me the amount In your famous Pills, as 1 am
troubled with Dyspepsia, and seek cure
Yours, Ae , THOMAS . TURNER,
Co. 1, 3d Iowa Infantry.
Mobbis If LA D, 8, C., Jan, 13, IQA
Dean Stat Lncloced yeu will find 60 cents, for
which I wish you to send me some of your value
bUPUIsi send them by mall. 1 enclose 10 scats
Adores ISRAEL C. HALL,
Co D,4thN H Vols , Port Royal, H C.
Camf ortTii ExcELttoa Ubioade, (
January 3, 1884. (
Siri Pie ate send me for the enclosed 80 cents the
worth of it in Pills t enclosed Hud 18 cents to psy
pottage, and you will oblige Address, yours,
Sergt, WM POWERS, '
Oo.E,fithRgt Excelsior Brigade,
Washington, D C.
MOBBIS ISLABO, S. C,, JU. 81, 194.
Pla find eoclotedth sum of on dollar for
pills. 1 have Diarrhoea, and can't get It stopped,
o I want to try your Pills Yours, Ac
Co. D, lotth Regt Peon Vols,
Morris Uland, s u
If the reader of this "notice" csnnot get a box ol
Pills or Ointment from the drug store In his )laoe,
, uiui wim w iuv.ou wuucb Mae, cnciosiug IUV
amount, and I will mall a box free of expense.
Many dealers will not keep my medicines on hand
because they cannot make as much profit as on
other persons make, id cents, 83 cents, and 81 40
per box or pot, apa-iy
NO, til Pill, ATB, WAIHIIieiOB. V, L
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