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HMMMIWMkaitiMllMabW ,i -. j.i ., ,-, .. .j.--,,-...-.... -.. .. .T-r..-.. --,. it--1 itTm-i.h TV- V"- r "" V" "r ir VOL. I. WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1861. NO. 264. EiiifrliJcati, MaratM NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. For tlte NntliMial )t.,iilllrsn, UiVION V U It 15 V 12 11 . Men ofAmeric.il lros to your 8t.tiid.ird, Koemcii are n itlinrlnic nun ir und iif.irj Uivear that your IIIm-IiIiioiI ali-ill reddon urnnml Kre from 111 iiiiro thoro vnnUli a star! Iioiik, wlicro Iho demon of Inward illssonsliiti la owhiK llm seeds of a torriblo at t Hal Wm, who stood fit m against fmelgn invasion, Are timilni; our li mils against Unit) s life. Mi.ill nur liliiod-nnrnliised glory uilsli for eurY Oh ! Shiill wo alumn llifl pure oyn of tho d ly With . i sight ot the i.mks of oui brotherhood broken Pornver, mid siding In Itoslllo arr.tyt Ohl Klrill the wail of the trampled niut fettered do up from the ultt'rmrHt ends of the earth I And the down ttiuldi'iilioidsiil the millions up lifted At the lions of nur destiny's glorious blrlh- Dronp as the star nf our unity fadolh, And Hip flnedsiil our burner nio iIiitiKnnllio piilo, While the eye of ihn iloipnl slitll glint o or the record That tells of our sham" and our filhiro the tain ? How ai t thou f illen ' Oh daughter of promise ! Ki tun the helbt nf thy lolly" and viifln eatnln, When thy cliildieit are drunk wllh tho blood ol thy suffering, And traitors are ringlug the knell of thy file I Yet there's a band of tho stiuocli and lUnot.'d; Men wluno-lntegrlty never was bought ; Deep In their led beirts im gravou the les sons God and the deeds or their lilliota Iiavo taught I Strong In the might irai Inborn conviction, Only for (Vriil.ind tho tnioi wo tight Only to foil the designs of.tlte traitor Only to vlndifi ite (7od and tin- Might ! Union forever I Oar (lod-glven motto! Union lorovoi I Our voices proclaim ; Union forever! Our women mid cltildton Iliso and ivitln In ilelencn id Its fame! Union forover, ami death to thp traitor; He tho bright lolds ol our banner iiniolled, Bhow tollie woi Id that Its stripes uro otoi-nil, And Its stars like Hie stars tint tiio ho ivons unfold. Union forever 1 Oh sons of your country I Join the proud anthem that swells li mil the heal I Of our lorestsnf pine to tho rolling pralrlo Union loievcrl Wo dio em wo p lit! HtltVAlllI CkYNIHII. Illili's riiiI Tnllmv. A ('alifornia paper says: "The binluets or si inghtcrlng neat cattle lor the hides and tillow, once tb"Chiet industry ol Calll'oinla, and lately reviled, will probably bo inilnlain'd lor a long lint". In the Soulh oi ii p .it of the Stale, tln'ro are laige numbers 1 1 old catlle for which llietii is no othiT protlu blc if". A cow, when about 15 years old ceases to Is'ar palies, and to he ol piolltto her owner. The heal use that cm then hiunaileol hoi is to kill her lor h"r hide and tillow; lot the buUheis tin not wi-lt tn liny. The price ol beer Is low, and llm cot ol ililviiig to tho cen tre ol Ihn Stile so high, lh.it even Hi.' but young cattle are worlh veiy little in litis An geles and S in Diego coiinlies Few, howevi r have as yet been killul lor tillow, evcepteoAB and stigs lliu latter a kind ol ox- n." "The only estihll-hui'iit wheie cattle an' slaughteied lor tillow In Hie St ite, or, ill lea t. the only one (d' note, is Hi it ol II inning .V Hindi man, lit Sin IVdrn idglih-eii miles snuth ol Ion Angeles. Tl.oy tninmeiueil the bii'luess about t.vo monllis ago killing Ironi lento sixty llvo headot cittle in a iliy. Tim huh") and tallow are the only pottionsnl the cireass lor which there li a r italusile. The horns are savid, lint none hive been sold. Some of tho li nl meat has h en dtieil, but there is little uYiniuil lor it. All Hi meat tint dried Is llirowu into Hi" tank nhTii it is tt anted at a high heat lot a term iarylne;lroinei,;hl tn twenty lour bouts Thete ate Ihr.e tanks, two i f wood and one ol Iron wl'h Ihe ioiiit cap idly ol holding the car cassis ol two huudii'il cows, ivrioraie.i in.n pipes tun Ihiiiugh Hie tanks, and the t-am rutliing through the pet (orations, pervades the whole miss, and rnoks It so tho.'oughly that the small bnues disappear entirely, und the larger ours are solteiied so much 111 it I hey can he crushed Hit hy plesnne between the lliiiinli and Ihigei. Alt-T tie Fteaining is eoinph'te. water is let in, thn I illmv ilses ti Hie surlin v, il II li-t oil' Hnoiigli a cook Into i large kettle, wheie it Is boiled t-uvernl hours to expel all the w iter, nml It is leady lor packing. The (li si lot ol cows slaughtered had an avenge ol liM pounds to Iho head; the second lut had 17.r pounds. The nvat, alter steamin,', is led to hogs, wlikh uiu also In ho steamed up in theii tuiD. RrcuiiTiMi ts' Cn.iioiiNi. A coriespoud ent writing lioin San FranehfCii, September 7th,siys that it would bud.nVult toiaUosneu Ihonsind uifii in Uiliruinln lor the wir. The populiilliiu Is too spiisn lor the ill. ill, and eu gaged, loi Ihe mot pail, in lucralivii employ ment. He adds: "Most all the lepotls con ci rnlng Bepi'Miion syiiinalhisi'is In re, are eit 1 1 veiy niudi c igeiale.l or eutiiely unloiinded. In a tew plan's It is true, lligi have been ex hibited and indiscreet speeches made ; but Iho number win) would w inloiily lake up anus against tho (Jim rnmenl docs not exceed li.Ullll out ol a voting populillon ol' 12J.IHI0 ; and tho COiin iniilin ir even llvo limes Hint number, would beijuickly iiniilliil lied So Un people al llm other side ol Ihe uioiiulaius may I'istsiilKll'-illhaK'ilil'oiiilii Is loyal In llm core A Wki.1. l'nnTicrKiiCnv The whole city ol St. Iiouls, on nvciy si.Ih sive Ihn ili.'r, Is well tortllied with he ivy eurthwoik ilefeiices, mi inoiinli'd by huge loliiiiibinls, illlcd gnus and howll.ers. Theie are I'llns on icdoubts, guns on boats, guns at the aiseiial, gum ut Hi" l.l llous depailiiiints, In ltd, gnus everywhiic. Appio telling SI. I.ouis in a ho it liont In-low, you see nur glut ions Union colois cvciywhtic. The white lenlsol solilieisdot the hillsaioiiuil SoIiIIhis am on duly eteiywliein, but soldit-ts nil' duty aie In camp, not lounging in the sheets An luuiiensii liuee is encamped ueir Hie also lul, and out at Ihe lair gtounds, and llm de fences uiav becon-Ideii'il imiiieguablir, Tinoiis arrive tllently, and depirt silently dally, und the Inlliience ot a mighly mllltiiy Intellect is lelt everywlieie eveijwliern wh i Ficntutit's myslei Inns hand aul iuiiid Fuldes the des luy ol the West Down Hie met ate the lotiuid i hie gun boats, which will soon lid learty to open their Iron hall upoa the eueni) s loices. rVn"ii trnr. of lit. N YTilltine. The Itrlll Hlillr or Pitting South ni Kf.nth-kv, Sept. Ill, 18(11. At lenelli the trump of urwil mon anil the roar of nrllllery resound on our foil (Ipwaa-j en il, perhaps, limn tint ol the old Dominion, yi'liiiially dear to loynl hoails.) The f-liock look nay our Imutlt at fir't, fur, hy some mi- lacuKus chance, we expeciiil to eecopc; jei now Hi it llm R-ti 1. I'liic-il nu us, wo trust in meet It Ilkn Kentii!.i un Only tfiVH us a vie lory somewheie, and It v. Ill lurilisll mat' rill as well as uiornl nid I' Is nn mylli Ihil Ken lucky Is half Iioiim and hall allijr.tor. Tin conllct utriM Willi more vlolenc hern than elsewbeie; lather sLinds against son, broth' r against inotliir. And li it lies arcnonriy longm by llii) lienrllt In whldi hlllerness nndslrireai engeiul'ie.l which Hernily will hardly iflace. Out! lus In he somelhlnu more III m nun to be loyal even heie. Friends fall from him; child. and wife, and brother mock him; and Abolition lit is venomously ldseil in his ear a word that nxliiusts Ihe ivsonrces nf all insult In a olavu Slate, yet ilt ftullnj; ILs own end no', sincn cusloui wlllidraws me sung, uo nni ni!iipnieh"iil IC"iiluckv. When It comes to war, lliotis unls who voted. Hie Union ticket will tike up anus lor Ihe South. Tim moiiii tainees and IiIIImikmi ate lellibb' enough, nisi the foielgn elem Mil, andeml occasion il I mil lies, liMmln In puier tlni"s lint the hlotis turn In Hie Soulli; and, us If morals uVeliin'il with the fiilh's surfure. It Is raie In lln 1 pi trloll'in In the lowlands I.i'-tweck III wel.il among the wtlnul liottoms ol tho Ohio. Un a liclier counlry Iho snu neier flioiie. 1'hatlng our eyes Willi Mr pripecls of liixuriant.corn at d mnmmolh lobacco, we rolled, like llm cai id Juggern ml, over weds rank and exagji'T uted as In die m irnlng ol the world. ' thought where na'ure Is en lib 'i ill, mincannol lin lalse. Vet nol one on Ihe way hi traed a spaik of pililotlnu, or the nonsense ol any pi-flenc". There was hut one voice; the war might rage in we enmo, anil Abraham Uncoil! or Jed'. Diija prevail, or both lall In one com mon luln, provided only eicli were lt nlone. and so liml a market lor lilsrlieiisueii cnminiu llles. All tl!clalnieil the wai; yet II loreed tn ll,;lit, inch "calculated" It would he on Hie Sonlh side. Not liiMiu-e the Smith was lijjli' in I iiplurlng the GoviTliinent, hut becatis lhe were I'linlederules In Hie cause of slavery, tiud silvery must he piomotcilou account ol the uKiirumiial inu'iest. no use io mention pun ctilio or trim economy: neither could he in pulled into their skulls, except at the point ol the h lyonet. Alter all It Is the old conliict be tween lepiihlicanlsm nuil aiMocracy lenewed We thought It flnlslii d In the Hevolutlon lor all time. Hut It seems not; for trenchant se ccsMnnhls, wllhoiit exception, in lintaitiiiig Ite public inl'ni a'lalluii'', h'ddly ptonounco in iitior of motnicliy. (lENPRAL FiiKMUNt'S UaIIK OK Ills AllMV. A good general takes good cue ol his roldlets, and. In this respect, General Fi. mold c miiot he excelled. Iuprool ol this, we have just seen two oideis, given al henihpiaiters to day. The 111 si is to pi o ide evei y i egimenl in tho Western Deputment with twelve of It win's camp nils. one or Ihe bet conlilvances ol' thn il ly lor the cninlorl ol the ld. and wounded. They aie provided with sltaps, and so uriaiiged as to take the place of "stielclieis '" on llm Initio Held They weigh hill lw. lily pounds, and cm be pack, d so closely that one man cu earn six ol llieni In his arms without dillinilty. No ouh hut a soldier c in litlly elunile Ihe value ol neb cot" to a regiment nn Hie maich. Thei will prevent as mil 'h .ickue--s us the hospital will euro ; lor, to men ju"l beginning lo bre ik down, a hinglii night's test, in a coinlottibli bed, Is olleit rnougli lo pieivnt a lever At Iho cot takes the place ol Hie "sin Idler," and costs lesi than half, Its inlimluclion is in eieiy wav a giin. The otlnr older alluded to is loi the ptopei burl il of tho dead. An arrangement has been eutctediuto with John A.Snnlheis, undertaker, and sexton tor til Weideyau Oeuieleiy, nmUi wlili II he will attend tn Ihe bmiilol all who die In the hospitals and c.unps ol Ihls vlciniti in ii pi operand becomlui' manner. A neat and strong' collln, a sepai ite giave in acli.ul'ied ci'ini'lcrv, which can never be ili'tiulieil nml all the decentii's ol Inleiuient, are thus seemed to evi ly soldier who dies in or n-ar St. Louis. An exact and pelted tecoril will bo kept In lite cemeteiy hookx, (which aie a mnd. I ol accutacy,) nl'tniy individual, bis name, Stile, tiuiubei'ol ref'nnent, ite. A hrnd-bniid wlllb. placed at every giave, with the Inlilils ol Hi. name, and a number con espondlng with tint on tho record, so tint the Itietiils or the de ceased may at anytime identity and remove Hie rem litis. This Is as II should he, and it Is proper tn my that Ihls whole utraiigeineiit hid been oideted jjivi'lousi In theieceiptol ."Vcielaiy CumiTon's order, on the sinie suhjeet. and is due tollie tliouglilliiliiess ol General Fremont. SI. fail jKiivei-. " Yn nti" a Hit inch or Mm.it.iuv Taitii's! Speaking ol Cul. SImnioi'S, ol' Ihe Rlh I'ennsj I ranla reserve regituent the Pitts say.: "Cul. Seneca tJ. Sunyions entered the army mole than twenty-seven yeats ago, I nun Wen I'olnl. During lb" Mexican wai lm was pro mr Ivil to n piitnlncy, and lecetitly, on account nf a wound in I Ins loot, was giantida litrlough lor three yearn, Hy permission ol' the ir liep'iiliuent lie tonic command ol tut' Hue teg I nn nl, which, llianks In his skill and lali'til", I" now oi I Hie licit iltilled and ttio-l ellloient In Hi" sen lee. Their evolulions wete '.ilinosl as inleiesling as a n illle. Allet a iihuihi ol his own, In1 tlitew tin nt into a hollow npiuc four deep, to resist cai airy, in lewei tcuinil til. in it lakes to write Ihls senlence. ISi'sIiIi'j many nth. r mnvn'rents, he mule Ilicin i li nge on tl lull tun, with A shout lit unison Irnni nine hundied llirii'ils, so loud and tenllic Hill, tl I had tint seen llieni, 1 would hue swoin theto wnoniii'i thousand lnsleut ol uuio hundied." MIks Joi-t'i!iluo Ulii'flni'y, 'i yiniiiu; I uly, Iho iliiiffhtri ol ,i cli'icyinin at iii'"-nl hoi llnj' iill'u-i' at WiirliiiiKloii, li.ulnt' loriiii'd Hi ilfli't lulu itiou lo iinl irlv.iln coi'ii'ly lor llio MaKf, iiiniri siiiiiu titiui Hini'n to this oily, and plu-ul hi'i-HHli timli'i tlu' linliiiii id Mia. Miiili-i; and now IntHtuls tu in iho Inn ilidutt In'lu tin' liuli Uf, lii'ijliinlnjr ut tho Uipilil, with imlulily llm I'li'siili'itl, Cnlilui'l, nml Iho still anions Ihn iiudllnia Ml is (Jlii"-lni'y his li'id II'" mlvniitnirn.nl I'oinl I'lliic.illon und iiuliln as fopl.ilion: nildoil In this aim his youth, Kood looks, ami ii ti iliilnj! iu iouiu!r ami ileoluini tlun. Ili-r'niiibUlon Is not poisonous and die per liiauilWilnir, but is busod on vMons ul couiiily In iliiiwluir rootti eceiifs, win te loio In cotnbllii'il with niiilc ami Invhlim iin.l ollu'f ut it ai lions wholly Itifslstibli'. .V. )'. Tiihime W?1" IN(J I'AI'KIl Hilt SA1.1'. Al 7 HIS OKFICH GOVEIINMENT ADVT'S. X)i'.NSION OFKICK, JUNK I), 1R01. TO ALL WIUM IT MA Y COXCEKS. Application having been made under the tot of SM June, 1540, for the rcliaue of the land Warrant! de tcrlbed herein, which are alleged to have been lost or destroyed, notice it hereby given that, at the date tallowing the discrlptlon of each warrant, a new certlllcate of like tenor will be Issued, ir noialldob Jeettou should then appear. No. 71,020, for too acres, Issued under the set ol March, lsr". In the tame of Amos Arthur, and granted on the lith rtaynf August, 1867 October 18, ISOt. Nu C3.M0, ror CO acrei, under act or 1847, and bearing date May etli, UCO, In lavor of Michael liopp, uther of Ramiiel Itonp, decetucd, third Indl ana volunteen. Mexican ar October 18. 18G1 No i.l,C2il, lor Via acres. Imucl under the act ot Muicli, lHtiri, in Hie name ofjames Long, and granu d nu Hie ::ll day nl March, is.'.n October 19, lsci. No y4,rA7, for Hio acres, sjHited under the act ot March. lsr,r,. In the name of 'lliomas Tanner, and granted on tho ?A day or May, 1850 October 11, 1861 No. S.lul, for lso acres, Isiued uinltr the act ol March, 1S6P. in the name of Ucojimin lteiley, and (runted on Hie 7tb day ot June, 18!i&. No 03'J, for 80 acres, Ismied under the act of March, io ) tim iikiiiv ui ui'vu ii uvii uu , huu f,i;iuiri oh the Mh day of May, ISftfV. lfi'i'V, In ll.e name of Sainael 11. Watcrhous, nnJ runlfil on Mw- 231 tlay of May, 1S55 No. V,rll, (or HO acrfeH, Is.-nod unAer the net ol Mn rcli, ififio In t he name of Ulielly Downn, nml erimteil on the 21 di y of Augut,lVir NovrmlKr l-f, IRfU No I'S.loo, for IfiO acrwt, Iwurii unJor the trt of Mnrch, lS5ri, In the nime of Tolly, wi'tow of Uavlil llrjtlbury, mill KranteJ on thelvthilay of ScpUm tier, is& li.lh ovt1ner, Iscl. No 03,811, for ItJO acre, tailed uiilr the actnl Murch, iHVt, In thp name of (lay H Alexauiler, ml nor chitil of John ! Alcxnndtr, deceaseil, nml Rrnntfd July ul, loo November H, 1811. Nn 4.1,.',.,!, lor l"( ncri'3, N-tued under thn net ot Hrrch, 18R5, In thu name ol ( hrMlau Dougherly, und granted on thn lh djy ol ftciifprnbtr, I35t' Nmpmberlit Ihftl. No 4l,"1i), lor 160 acrra, l-i-ued undir the net ol Mnrch, IH55,ln Ihn nann ol .IhiiifR I'riiv, and emit ed ou the 'lat day ol March, isoi November 113, 18M. No iil.mo, for ICO ncreo,fsniM under the act of uarrn, mmt in me nunieri oi uiiuni ai , ju-jus u. A.,Jnu John 1). a. Minor, chlldnuul irulu liagget tlcrefled, and granted on thn 'ilth day ol Muy, jKSr November 2J.1SC1 No 44, Mil, lor SO acre, taiud under tin act M'irch, lS'S'i.hi thcnaniouf (Iflly, widow of Ihonia. I.hvood und granted Juiuary lit, isi.7 November 9ft, ISdl No Tft.C'io, for ICO acretf.lrimied under the act of Muri-li,Kr-'i,li. ll.enami-ol Alexander McCultouh, auilfir.inttilonilti StltdKy ol ,laifiary(1533 Novnu- litT'Zl. l s., i. NoB7,sft.(, for ICO Acres, bniietl under the act ol ol of .m ircn. inii. in uie name oi iiannau. wtnoiv oi uf JiuncHWIhion. and cranted on Ihe VOth day of 1-Vhruiiry, 1S57 Uccember 30, 1801- nu o,wu, iur nv uvrva, inufu nuucr inu uti ui March, IBtjft, In the nam ot AtxanJer Mciualn, and Kruntedou tho ritu day or UctoDvr, lHbb No- inuuvi ,ini, 1 1 1 1 41V l',OJ, IUI ." , 1-snitVSt UIIUTI ItIV Bill b I Murch, 18t, In Hi. 11 ol Daniel Weet, and Krant nl on lite 14th du .1 Jul), lnr.r, uli December, tt.ni. No 04,'iro, for' 130 acres, Issued under the act of ninrcli. I1, in Hit name ol Alarllia. wtuow ol An drew Mellon, and Kruntid on the IMu day of April, is',-' IVicmlierQI, I81.I. No. J.'toj. Iur lt.o acrej. ieued uniler the act ol March IS'Siu Hie uainn of Hiuuid It JacLwuy, tnd iranted on tin Ut div of August, lHliS No 3,101, fur acr?f, ImiihI uruhrtho act 01 Murcb, JSS5. In the nam ot U'illlam II 'larrauce, and granted on Ihe l"th day of July, 1855 Uenein befSl.ll. jOaSKi'ii ji. UAiinnrT. Commisisioner. helmbolu's kxtract buciiii Ilir.l.MllOl.ll'S li'.XTUAOT BUCIIII IIKt.MDOI.D'H KVTRACT llOCtlU. Itl'.I.SIIlOI.D'M KX'IKACr II II (J 1 1 II UhLMUtlLD'S KXIKACI IIIICIIU. A i09litve and riei.ltio remedy for dUesses of Ihe Ulad.lei. Kldn-ys, tiravil, liri-i ry, Dtujsy, Dr,.,ty, Drojwy, llroi'sy, hladder, Uliidder, Hladder, bladder liniHeys, Kl lueys, Kidneys, uraiei, llravil, Gravel, money, inn a m nl ' uravei. ORGAN 10 WKAKNkSH. UltGANIC WIIAKNKSS, UHGAN1I) WK.AKMF.hS, ANDAL1, DISCASKS OF Till! Si-xufll llrgaus. Sexual Organs, Sextiul Organs, .sexual urgans, nexust urgiins, hixuu oiyuiu Sexual Organs, .Scxtnl Organs, Sexilut Organs :texual Orgnui, Sexual Orgaus, Sixusl Otgiois Sexual Organs, Sexual Onrans, ,Seual (lrgios arising from etceenes, early iiiilhrretioiH.i'XiHMiuta and imprudences, and reiuoilug ull iiiipuisr dn cliarg s, w hetber exi'tlng in lllnle iir e'eiiml Mnleui' Fimstle, lllille or Ffmnlr, nlHli-iil Kelunli, nlulum r'ViniAl', MiAlunr l-'i until. It is a Faci long since established, that ptrrCins filiieruig wiwi sny tu-ea-ei'i iiiese organs nre niiii'i ed iu bodily health and mental powers, and txpiri euce manv alarnnni! M'tuiiloni. iiaunr wniib ml! oe louna I ml imposition to Kxerl ion , Lo ol Alemnry, Difficulty ol Uieathlng, (jeuiral WtakilifrS, Horror of Diseusi', Weak Nrves, Trembling, Horror ol Death, Mght Sweats, Cold Feel, Wulelulmw, Dim nesi of Vl-iiun, Languor, Uflliernal LatdtU'te rf the Muscular Si btt m, ofiitl l.normous Appetite, with Dspe tlo Symptoms, Hot Hands, I'luOiiug ot tlie Body, DrynrMut the Skin, Pallid Counlenutici-.and l.ruptious on the Fucu, PalnBinlbe Hock, Hiawness oTIhe r,yelids,lreqitiutly black spots llyiug bi-fore tlto Kyn, witli temporary Stitfu-lon mid l.os ol Mght.wunt ot Attnticn,grt-iit atohillty, lteBtli-s ness IliebeHViuptonis.il atlowid loco ou.wliiih ibis mtdi. lut liivjriably rfinovps soon totlow hut .. It j !-.,... I IVI...... HI. " .in.'., ju.u.ijuw, . ....,v , i.J lioesn .iy tbnt lt)tMiixcibfesare noltii'iueull) fdllowrilby IIiimmIIp-IiiI diseases I.NSAMn un.l CONSlHIITIONf the records ol the lieani- A.y linns, and 1h tiielaiiclioty de'ilhs by coiikiiiii liuli, bear niuple witueusof the truth of thlsas-nrtloii lll'.I.SIDOMl'S KXTUACT Oh' IJUCIIU Is a certain, l-ate, and speedy cum, from whatever cause they may have originated, and uo mattir ol How Loug Stuudiiig, How Long Standing, How l.oug Stauuing, ow Long Manaii g, How 1 onir Staudlng, How lOngStandibg II is taken without Hindrance lroui ltuiuC" , and little, if auy.eliange of diet. Is pleasant in IU taste and odor, And immediate in its action II you are guttering with any ot the above distress ing Ailments J'llUIJUIIK HIKUrMHirAT UM'f. t'Kiicvim nit: iikmhiy a r .ir, mn-uHK int. urufur AT ll.vrt IWr.MllOl.li'X KX1IIACT HI I mi. Asa niedlUne which nius-t benelit iverj tody, lrom Hie simply usucuie io me coiiuueu anil tirhpiiirmg invalid ,V(I hQVAL IU Tl) UK HII.VJ, A'lJ FtjI'AI. II TOhK MJCAII. A'O niUAI. Il 10 Ui: tlt!.l). Trice It pr buttle, or il iur $5, delivered to suy ad ilrtss rrt'i'sred by II T. lir.l.MBOI.D, tli'lKit, 101 sj(ith ,iili,ireet, lit tow I'liesUiiit, I'tiltatli-lplilii tleicribe smptoins iu all t-ommiiniciitloiis. IIKWAKU OF COUNTERFEITS AND UM'KINOITIXD DIlAl.l.ltS, Who endt-uvor to dls0se "or uiilK mill" and " OTIIKB " AKTICI ks ON I III HkPLT Al 1' HI Oil! AlKl- U MT llrlnibold e Utniiiine l'r.iiiralions, " " lixiraut Bncliu, o " ' Sampttrllln, " Impioied itosi' llaill Hnldbv. D lilt. MAN liIDM t:i.t. i l.AM'ltl N'( I , S 11 WAI IF, H (' I'l'ltll, .1 II. ' 1,1 1' S II hNlWlsriX, J. It MA.IOlt And by nil Driigttits rur where Ask for Helmbold s lly noolhiT Ctttiutthf ndierlhenientuntl send lor lt,htid aiold iuipositloii and expotuie i-ept i am Tn. A. '.Al'I'IINK. ilistrui (oi- !imll,e Clitmidiy, Botany, and XJ Hirer in I'liislulujv, other brandies ol Sckuiv coniitclul Willi Medlclue Also, teacher ot Knueh ''pitnl-h, Italian, German, Portuguese, I ittlu, llrtrfk, and oth-r Languages OQlce, No 01 K street, being near Pennsylvania avenue and Twenty filth street eept 0 tf GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. HRADaUAUTRHR OF THUS u. a. marine cortrs, , QDiKTtnxASTtR'a Ornci, ...... Wanhlngtoa, StpterabrS8,i861. .SEALKDPltOPOSALS,roreachcUMeparatelr, will be received at this ofltoo until 11 o'clock M. ol Weduenlay, 20th of November next, for fnrnbililng to thi! United Sta'.ea Marine Corra, dnrlnir the J ear 18C2, the following luppiiei, to be delivered at the oin.ee of the Awlitant Quartermaeter ot the corpi, l'hlladelphla, TenntijlvaLla, free of expenie to ihe Untied Htatet, in luch n,uautltlc a) may from time to time be ordered, vtz Cl.4M No 1. 14,000 yarda of Hiy Ulae Keney, all wool, free Irtni hair, 64 Inches wide, to weigh U ouncea to the yard, (Indigo wool dyed j o.uiio jarda Dark Hluo Ke'tey, all wool, free from hilr. 81 inchee wide, to welgli tl ouncea to the yard, flndltro wool dved 1 3,000 yard Dafk Blue Twilled Cloth, all wool, for uniform coats, (indigo wool dyed,i W Inches wide, to neigh 22 ouncie per yard. lMi yarditl Scarlet Cloth, all wool, (cochineal dyed,) tl Inches wide, to weigh lo ounces per yard CtAss No. 2. 8,000 vardu of 0 4 Dark Illus Flannel for over sacks, all wool, (Indigo wool dyed,) (I inches wide, to weigh 13 ounceaper yard. 10,000 yards uf 3 4 Dxrk Blue Flannel, for tldrts, nil wo .1, jlndlgo wool dyed.) 27 indies wide, to weigh C; ounces per lard. 1 2uo Gray lllankets, all woo, to weigh four pounds inch, with Utters " U S. M." la black, lour hirhes long In the centre ; to be 7 fit long and t leet wlitc.aad free from grease. n.mvi pain of Woolen hocks, three hes, propetly innde ot good fleece wool, with double and twisted i am, to weigh three pounds per dozen pairs, In e from grcofte. Clam No 3. (l.ooj yaids White Ltoen for rants, 80 Inches wide, tn ttgh 13 ounces rer yard. Iii.odo yards While Linen for Shirts, 80 Inches wide, to weigh 11 ounc. per yard. in OOo yards Canton Flannel ror Drawers, 27 Inches i Ide, to weigh 7 ounces p?r yard. Class Nn. 4. l.ooo Uniform Caps, complete, (except l'ompons ) 1 f0 l'ompons, red worsted, ball shaped, 6 Inches In circumference. 3,000 Fatigue Caps, (wild covers) to be made ol blue cloth, indigo wool dyed. 2,000 Slocks. Class No. G. COO Gross Coat llutlons, (Kagle ) 400 dross Jacket Iluttons, (Kagle ) loo (Irons Vest Buttons, (Kagle.) 1,000 Talrs Yellow Metal Cr scent-i and Scale Straps. '2&U Setts Knluletle Eulllun for RerrrcBnta sml Cnr. porals. a.uoo arus I'.pauieue liuilion lor 1'rliaies. 'j.ooyardiof Ytllow hladlnir .joo yardu of Ked Cord. lio uea ivorsiea sasiies loo aworus lor berKeanta do Swords for municlani. 50 lrunu,(tejior,)oomDlftt " urum Diirgit HOO Catter Drum Meads. 60 Snare Drum lit ads. 100 Drum Cords. 1 o.l Setu or Drum Snares. ICO Uoxnood " U " Fifes. Class No. n. Army Soots, (lulantry pattern ) lo.roo P l.Tiio Cartridge Boxes 1 210 Bayoaet Scabbards 1,3 SI Percussion Cap Pouche 1,200 Cartridge Box Kelts 1 ,-:ihl Hj ooet Belts. l.'.'no Waist Belts. 1,2 m Waist Plates. l.nio Breast Plates. iBo Sword Froge Clam No. S. lJOO Knapsacks. COO lUversacka (luo Canteens. 001 Musket Slings. Class No. o. For making and trimming the following articles, lr.: Watch coals ; sergeants', cortorals', musicians', and privates' uulfonii and fatigue coals, woollen aud llm upauts, llannel and linen slilrls, drawers, llann I sacks, and red and bluejackets lor boys. The above mentioned articles must conform, in all fti li, to the sealtd standard patterns In theotllce of Ihe Quartermaster Murine Corps, Marine Bar racks, mliliigton, D. C ; Assistant Quirtermaster, otllce Mariue Corps, I.22I Spruce strtet, Phltadel phla; and at the marine Stations, Brooklyn, New York, aud Boston, Massachusetts, where they cau be examined And whenever the articles named above, or any i'i nun , iikiu, aii.ii uc vuusiurreu s nui juuy con foi mlngtosainples, they will he rejected, and tlie con Itactorwlll be bound to furnish othtrsof the le qulrrd kin I at once, or the Quartermaster will sup ply Ihe deficiency al Hie expense of the contractor. J'.limeutwlll be made unon the accented di-ltv ery ol the whole quantity which may from lime to tltuu be mdereil, withholding ten percent, fiom the payment ot account rendered under first order, until set-und order Is tilled, and ten per cent, from account ri'iiueii-a unuer eeconu oraer until imiu order Is lilted, and so on, until contract Is completed. I'.scli proposal rau't be accompanied by the follow tng guarauue: form r Guarantte. The undersigned, ,of ,ln the State ol ,and , In the S'ate of . henhy guurantee lhat io case Ihe foreg"ing bid ui for supplies, a aloie describtd, be nrcepted, be or they will, within ten days alter the lecelpt of Ihe ronira.t at the post office named, txtu'ute the contract for the same with good aud tiulliit-nt securities, and la case Ihe said chill fail lo enter Into contract, ai aeresald, we guarantte to make good the dlfTersiice between thu oiiVr of the said and that which may be accepted. A B, Guarantor. C D, Guarantor. i: F, Witness. ,1M. I herehy certify that the aboio named are known to me as men or property, and able to make good their guarantee. G. II 'lo be signed by ihe United States District Judge, Untied States District Attorney, r Collector. Ko proposal will be contddeud uulcsti accompanied by the above guarantee. Newspaper authorized to publish the above will send the paper containing the first iniertiin to this Otticc tor examination Ihe bulihr's piaoj or business, or mauuliic'urlig iMuMMiiuriit, mu-t be spe illcally stand In thu proposal the above list ot articles is believed to be about the quantity of each artlote Out will be required ituringltieieur, but the Quartermoiderriscriei the right ot ordering a greater or less quantity, should tin- Interests ul the girl ice require it Proposals to be endorsed on the enveloie o pro pesais lor Supplies lor Marine Corps lor Isi2, ' and addressed to JlaJorWM 11 M.ALK, rep 2 (juar erniater .M. C, Wiuliiugtou,D C. T OSTI l.'IVK IKILt.AltS UKWAIIII. Loet. LSIkKDAY LVF.NING.a Colt's Seven Inch Navy Keiolver, killer mouiitid, marked "Mor tlnitr 1 houipson, 131,1." I lie about reward will be paid to any person who will r.turii Ihe same to MOIt I IMKlt I HOM I'SON, V5i t Hlnet.or to Mr Chadwick, at Wllllard.' Hotel tt rilllK UNION WILL STAND, L NO M VI 1 Lit WHO'S FHl'.SIDF.Nri Conitqiuiilly, 1 fball remain ia Washington, aud continue 10 purriie lay occupatiou or HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL J-P AINTINOS-tt GILIUNG lu all its branches Old GLA.ING prompily atteii'letl to Palutitig and Orniiiiuiiiing Colt ii' I urutttirii, tu the best style I ulso call at tentiou to Hie I'aliitiu ol Kotils and Brick Walls All tlu ubuve I will do as chenp as the cheasst I tht'tttore solicit Ihe patronage ol my ftieiidsan lellow eiiiL-us ol Ho District. Punctuality strictly observed, nud work done in the best nianmr You m III pleat. mind your siuim, und stop at M T PAKKEIt'S Palnttiig Fslablleluuent, No A3 Louisiana avenue (north side), brtweeti Sixth and Suveuth strteia P S Signs put up Ire, ol charge, as usual nov28 MAILS AND RAILROAD. AnUANGKMrcrvT OP TIIR MTAIIiM. At ma Washixotuk Cut Vaar flrrirr. The Northern 3a(Ick)es at 1 o'clock and at o'clook r. H . dallv : and arrive, at A in a at .a a i & daily. "' The Watrm Mad cloees at 1 o'clook I. M.: and ar rlvea at lo.ab o'clock A. M., dally. .!. i ., .rT7, au tiuees ai l ociock and at 0 o'clock P.M., dally; and arrives at 8 10 A M.and o i . M., dally The Alaamlria Matt closes at 4.30 P. M.: and ar rlvis at 3 o'clock I'.M. ' The office will open fordellveryat 8 o clock A. M., dally, and close at 8 30 I'. M., dally, except on 8un day, when it will open at 8 and close at luo'clock A .oi,,Tll'? lin MfJl- M. and remalnlnt 0u till 7 P.M. LEWIS CI.BPHANB.y A VTOTIOK. Post Ornca, ti w a. . r Wiahlngton. Sept 28, 18111 The New Style or Government Postage Stamps Is now ready, and for sale at this office. I'xcliai.ge will be made or the new style for an enulvahut amount of the old issue duilag a period ol ilx 0 nj Iromlhedate of Ihls notice, alter which stamps of the old issue will not be received in payment of pint age on litters or other mall matter rent from tills "I lice. To avoid delay or coufaaliin. the exchange A. ill be made lu ihe I'ustmastrr'i mis LKW1S CLF.PHANB, Postmaster. SUNDAY KEGULATIONS. As no moll arrives here alter 7 A. M , on Sundays, this office will not be open lor the delivery of letteis alter 10 A M of that day. SlarJ scp a ft TTNITKI) STATES MII.lTAItV HOCTKi SPEflAI. NOTICETO TRAVELLERS! On and after MONDA Y, September 23, 1MI. I'm eengerlralns between Washington and Baltimore will run as follows. TKAINS MOVING NORTH. Morning KxprtM leov.t Washington a A. f. Arrive at Baltimore at 7 45 A M.; Phlladelihla 12 60 P. ,; New York 6 P. M.; IHrrUburg 15 P.M. Morning Accommodation leave Washington " 30 A.M. Arriieat Baltimore 010 A. M.; Phlla el phla 3 P M -, Nw York 8 P. M. Kvenlng Express leave Washington 2 30 P M. Arrive at Baltimore 4 lo p. M.: Philadelphia so P.M .New 1ork3P M Kvenlng Accommo atlon leave Washington ' 4f P. M. Arrive at Baltimore 7.10 P. M.; Harriet i rg 1 A. M. TKAINS MOVING SOUTH. Leave New York at 7 A. HI., Philadelphia 1 30 A M , Baltimore 3 IS 1' M. Airiiu at Wasbh on i 80 p. M. ' Leave New York at 6 P M.; Philadelphia In i. I'. M.; Baltimore l A. M. Arrive al Waehlng'n , o 4i A. Al. Accommodation Train I..U- ll.ii.ntoie at 8 4u A. M.,and & P. Al., and arrhe at Washington in 30 A.M., and 0.45 P. M. Passenger Trains leailng Washington at 7 an A M. and 2 30 P. It., and Baltimore at M'l A M i ud 3 45 P.M., make direct (oniKuuuus lor Annapoh at the Junction. Trains leave Annapolis for Baltimore aud U li Ington at C f5 A. M. and 2 P. M. Passenger Trains leaving Washington at 6 A M, and 2801'. M.,and Baltimore at 6 A. M-, and 15 P. M. will stop only at Annajvlts Junction and 1 jy Junetum Way Passengers are requested to take the Act ,n-ra-KiiuVn 7Wuns or the Regular lonnage I rain, wl. ch will have pissengeroar attached. 'I rains will leave the Washington Depot jiott -y u;incafdime. All articles or freight (not contraband ol v. ir) will be transported over Ihe Hue. Kegular '1 unr-ice f rains will leave Baltimore at 4 A. M. Leaie We-di iLgton at 3 SO P. M. By order ol the Secretary of War: 11. F. MOKI.KY, General Managtr THOMAS U. CANFIKLD, Assistant Manager, sept2T-tf SPECIAL OTICF-KUNDAY TKA1N. Leave Washington at 2 tu P fit for New York and Philadelphia. From New icrk and Fhlladelj-hlai arrhlng in Washington at il in A M It F. MOKLF.Y, JulyVI General Alaiiagir. pitOPOSALS Kill! RATIONS FOU WV1. QuARTFnlusTFk's OrricK; U S. MAklNK Coal's, Washington, September '5, Ui 1 Sealed proposals vi Hi be rccrilid at tills ulhci', un til the join day or October next, at 1 1 o ctock M , for furnishing rations 10 the U S Marim., at the following stations, during the year lfci'J, v U Portsmouth, New Hamprhlie, Charlettown, tdatsachuretts. Brooklyn. Long istaua.new York; PhtladLhhla. Pennsvlvauia. Washington, Districiot lolumlja F.nch ration 10 consist of three quarters or a p und ot nit" polk, or bucon, or one and a fourth pouuds of fresh or salt beet, twenty two ounces 01 br.-ad, made of extra supcrline Hour, or In lieu tli reof twenty two ounces ot extra superfine flour, oroiu pound or hard bread, at the option or the Oca em ment; and at the rate ttf eight quarts ol best white bcana, or In lieu thereor ten pounds ol rice, ten pounds ot good coffee, or In lieu thereof oue end a half pounilt of tea, lllieon pounds ol good New Orleans sugar, four quarts of vinegar, one p mnd of sperm candles, or one and a fourth pounds of ada mantine caudles, or one and a half pounds of ,'s'ud hard dipped tallow candles, four pouuds of yo' d hard, brown soup,, two quarts of salt, unJ one bun dred aril lltty six pounds or potatois, to eai.li lain dred rations. 'Ihe lucieused allowance or Uturouuces ol flour or bread, una the allow anco ot potatecs, as above pro vlded, will cease at the termination ol the ptesetit Insurrection, and the ration be asprovidtd by law aad regulations, on the Uur Jul) , Iht 1 The beef shall be delivered 0.1 the order of the commanding ctlicer of each station, illher In hulk or by the single ratlun; and Shalt consist ot tho best and most choice pieces of the carcass, the pork tu be No. 1 piiniu mess potk, and the gioceries to be or thu beet quality uf kinds named All mbjtct to Inspection. All bids must be accompanied by the following guarantee Fbrnof Guarantee Tho undersigned, ,of , lu the State of , and , ol , in the State ol , hereby guarantee that iu case the foregolug I hi of . , for rutlons, as above deicrllx'd, be accepted, he or lliey will, within ten days alter the receipt of the contract ut the Post Otllce mimed, exscule the coutract lor the same, with good and siiltlcient sure Ilea, and, in case the said shall fall lo enter into contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the difference between tint oQer of the suitl and lhat which may be accupted A It , Guarantor Witness C. D .Guarantor. E. F. 1802. I hereby certify that the ahove named ate known lo me oa men ol proisrly, aud able lo m ikl good Ihilr guarautee G II (7j Le iiat-d ty thr I'nileit .sftiVi )itfn.f Jii'ly, I mint .StjJts Innlrvt Altopiey, or tUlntor ) Mo proposal will beoonldetul unless accomt unltd by thu uaoieguuianUe ,(Newspaieis uutboiied to 1 uhii-h the above will seud the paper contaiidng the llret insiTlicn 10 Ihls otllce for examination ) Proposals 10 be indorsed H Prof nuil' for UalloLs for lbil, and tuldressid to the uiitlu signed rt II SLACK, lip io lawlw Dlujor nud Quurtitiuaster ATOTIOK. II v vi t die ttf mi tmtcr of tt tu Il iralu ( tor nut due to IHiiiki A. HrndUv tv hicob V I'owerit.I ill ex Pine ut imblio nalu. in Irout ol the Lenln Murket, lu the clt of WanliliiK ton onhalunluy, October the Gth.lstil, ut lUo'clcCk a ai , uie iiniowuiK KoouH, io awi Cliatra, lubleK, (Mock, IsUiihk", l'1-Jug.n, ltaVvn, Spadfri, Shovelu, Hrdetrml-i, MtttirtMii), Crock rv war-, Jliickttn, lubn, 11 arum, I nil, llurau'S, and a arirty ul (ilaintware Tlieaboe w.ll be cold to llio hlglunt bUder lor cuh niO.MAS k'l.UMhl I. oct tTuxFl 2 Un I lilt WANTKI).Two dlrN, on lu work n Howe' Hewing innclitnta Oue thathube u uedtouork Singers machlutu preit-rred Apidy uninediatily.at 4 aeventh itreet 1' - RAILROADS, ETC. 7OH BOSTON, VIA NKWI'IMIT X1 FAI.I4 ltIVr.lt. AMI By the spl.ndld and snrrior steam fpw ers METROPOLIS, t.MPIitH', C-Vi STATU. HAY STATIC is UTATc'MTrTTW ofgreatstrength and speed, bat particularly adapteii to ihe navigation of Long Island Sound, runnlnir in connection with the Fail lllver and Old Colony vi.iwuu, ui.uvc ui a ujiirs uoiy iu Ifosion rave Pier No. a, North rlier, near lit Battery The steamer LMPIHE STATK, Cait Brayfim. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 6 o'clock, P 11,. touching at Newport each way. The stealer MF.TKOPOLIS, Capt, llrown, on Tnesdays, rhurhdays, and Saturdays, at b o'clock, P. M., touching al Newport each way These steamers are lilted with comraodlua state rooms, and every a'raogement lor the security and comfort ot passengers.wlio are afforded by this route a night's net on board, and. on arrival at Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reachlnot boston early the tallowing morning, or may remain on board un til starting of the accommodation at 8 A. M , l,v which they may rearJi Boston about K 4r, A. M A baggage master Ls attached to lachsleamcr, who ricelvcsand tickets ihe boggnge.aud ncoompauies the same to tu destination Atleamjr tuns.li. connection with this line, be tween I all river and Providence, dally, mcetM Sun days. ' ' i relglit to Boston Is mr .aided through with great dispatch by an t maTnln, which leaves Fall river every morning, Sundays excepted, at 7"i o'olook.fcr Boston aud New Bedtord, arriving lis destination al about 11 A ill t.r IrelgbliT paisage, apply on Icatd.nr at Ihe office, ou Pier No. a. North rlier For stole rooms and bertha, apply on board, or If desired lo secure thiminadrauce.to WM BORDEN, Agent, aug 17 ir 70and71 We-tetreet N Y 01 UK AT CKKTHAI, HOUTK X FO It T (1 K I'H T, eta JIVDSOX HIVER RAILROAD an I A All" VfilK CEATRAL RAIIROAU Express Trains leave New York city depots ol Hudson Itiver Kallroad dally Sundaje exopted, as luouwg. I rotn Chambers street At 7 00 A. M. 11 00 " 5 P. JI, 3 30 P. M. Front 31st street station, At" 25 A 51. ll.VS " 6 SI, P M. 3 55 P M Montreal and Buffalo lram witli sleeping cars. 9 15 P. M. 1 46 P. M. Connecting at Albany wllh the New York Cen tral Kallroaa lor Slhruectudv. ltochister. Utlea. Batavla, ltome, and stations on Uome and Water town Kallroad, Bulfuln, Syracuse, Niagara Falls, Susi ension Bridge, Auburn, Geneva, Ca'jaudalaua 1 IBIIU ,u buuunil.iu ITHia UIUISIU HUll 3HS trIIPIUIl via. Lake Shore, Buffalo and Lake II uro 1 and Great Western Kallroad, lor Hamilton, Toroi.to, Detroit, Chicago, Toledo, Mllwaukie, I ond Du Lac, La Crosse, Madison, Prairie DuChien, Galena. Duuleith, Dubuque, Peoria, KocV. Island, Muscathie.IouaCtty, Burlington, Qulncy, Springfield, Alton. St Loui. Cairo, Terre baule Indlanaills,Lnuisille,('liicln ttall, Dayton, Columbus, Cleveland, and all loiuts West, Northwest, and Southwea- NOKI'HKUN ItOliTK. Connecting wllh 'I rains at Troy, with Troy and Boston, and itens and Saratoga Koadsf'i 'sgra.toga, Whitehall, Itiitloinl, Burlington, St Alhatis, Bouse Point, Plstlsburgh, Ogdensburgh, Mnutrenl, Ac , Ao. ATaT- Frelaht Arrangements by thl 1 oute as above, without change ol Can, from the Deiu In Cham hers and Canal streets, are at all tlrom as favorable lul made bv cllier Jfallruad C'ouiliaufes I lie-fseill litsof this grest New York Koutt- tottieWesi.com menu 11 10 iur connuence or raetcliants aud shippers tor promptness and dispatch Pasteuger Trails with Smoklnr and Sheninc- Cars, run In conueclluii on thr New lork Central itoau. For particulars as to local train land freight ar raugements, iuqulre at ihe deiot,i.H Wurreu street A. F SMIIH, ug20 SuperliileiHUnt IOlt, TIIK. WKST AND SOUTH. liALTlMORE AM) OUH) HA1L1WAD. OnandallerMay lclli, ltiol.the traloawill run as followa, viz Ivuve Camden Slaliuu, Baltimore Mall, (except Sunday,) at 5 .10 A Ml Kxprrssdaily at 3 45 P.M Both Trains go directly thruugh FOIt ALL PAKTS OF THI, VVlT, SOU I II W IS I', AND NOKTIlWEaT. Hilt WA r l'A.SRHrit.1 Ut tween Balllmori-and Piedmonl take the A M Train, between I iiiimout und i heeling take .u commodatlou train, Itatlit 1'iedinonl Hi r 4" A M aud between Grultou and I'arltersl'iirg lalo tbeti 10 A. .M. 'I rain froru Baltimore The HthUI.KH'K I ItAIN leaves fslllmore nt 4 .0 P. M and h rederick al ' 0 A M. 'Ihe KLLlCOl I'M MILLS I ItAIN hale Dilll mure at u 2 1 and 15 A il , and 1 4., ami ft 4n p 31 , and tlllcult'a Mills at 7 4u and 11. ui A M . oud 3 4 aud 7 0.) P M For lurtber Inrormailon, tlckrt ui every k' d, Sic., apply to J 1. hNULAND, agent at I'sn len Station, or at the Tlckrt ofllci W P SMI1I1, Master ot Transportation 0Ugi Is. M CIILK, lien'l litlet Agent N TICK "Adams Express Company." Thin Company oflen tu the lmhho " (Jniqiulled Advkntagei." lor the aSufr anil Quit Ic UijtHich' ol Heavy Jrelxlilir, t'atk:itftH V'uluab.t-w ".loiifj.Ac , o , td all t il4 ol Ihe Unit nt .I'tfttr- Kxprrrt4 tit and trom tin Nurth und ti-t di purl fr otu and iLrrU-f in WachhiKtou iwicr diit All IaXI'Icm-i kre lu ilure ol rtneiM unit rrlwlU Mfi-fiiF'i,- All I'uckttgt's iur " Ihf Moltliirii" currlej t ' unf Hull ' uui ubujI ml 8 All good fur the ko called4' Cor I wlervw Staler, uu't hW artlclfi, ' Cuutmbttud ul War," v. ill Ij h Our Kxprewei leave Ntw oikttt l,fc Btid. I M ainvtng iu Wm-hiiiglon al G A M kiid t vo P M ExpiximeB ltuve I'Mladtlphiftntf :o A M end I M , ttrrlvinK lu Wat-hlDgtou 6 .o 1' U mid t. A V hxpreittftf Itavt Lulltinorw at 4 .U A Al ihhi 4 V M , arriving la W aehlLgton ut ti A M and ' -') I. M. Kxptecuea fur all point u North and Unl ne Waihlnttou dally al 7. an A. B( and 3 M V M Speciiil Coutiact for large ouauiiilt-v ol 1 night can be made on application ut ihi oMlce All goods called for aud deliveitd tit? tl cxlra charge. K V l'AlthONh, SuperlnteiiLtiDt Adutat t.xpMtwOii Washington, August 'id, 'CI uugi lm AtiO'IONAI. MKUIt'AL UKKIt'K, 1 liai'AltLlSHK.ll IN 1S49 Ffy dfivnjK'n of Cm alt' thta.tt tjwadjf rnnovtxl New Remedies! Low Charges! Rapid Cures! DlLa mtOlllKKS OUAY are the only phyal clans In thli City who can lrniuui'mly cure ttiUcrt dii-eaata without mercury. Our rvtuudlen and treat rotut are entirely uukuown to all otheri, and the tnauy Ucllith'ti alloideu un by huepltal und private praciice, iu tins unu lurugn cuuuiriea, w rruut un Hi aurliig tho s lio vre mfleriUK lroui private ill. tUK that our triatiin.nl b attended with uuiHatilly laontble rtHull All dUeabea ot the Utnltul Or ganit, whether ol n-cunt or long itttnuliij,' yuch m (ionorrhu'a, Kyphilit. (lUet, HtiiotuitM, Lrnuiy Al tuctloiiM, Ulcent upon the UuJy.kuch ait blceratMl bore lhroat, Dlee-aued Nowe, Nucturnul i'uIim mi Hie Head and I.lml, Ulmuev ol' iiptit iVnluu-n, Ulotchea on the Head and late and 1 UivmiUt-tf, progretutiog ou with lithtrul ru iJKy . till ii a-i i lie palate ol the mouth or the luun of the uom' ihII In, aud thevlctimot thin mWul lieje Ih-hjiu. d a Uor.'ld objeot ot coOiUiUwratlou l'rlnclpal office UH nouth lltnel.opioiile Smith loulan lunUtutiun, uheie ue tuve duue u large aud bucccdrul practice Iur the liitt eleven )i'arlii, the trentmnnl nt nil ClironiC IlieiV(-i, flint tllOne bro duced by the old nchuol mineral phynlcluns by the ludtittirlmlnate uretl nn-rcur) .arheulc.tiuliniuuy ,c Bpt 81 'weod A ULK OM HOM)IK,HS VATKI), All able old eoldit-rs, wlio oncv T.-d, ami ulio would libitoier agaiu, under pronirt athutlou ol ecrcie and capacity an mull, will ! tail at MJr JeweirKolllte, Po-letllce (vrtin vr ilurctto " KHANCO," atihwothce Only ab-iiil iwi requlit-U to 111! the regime lit ul Umu.u, lly order ol Capt CU VKLK IUi.UF.IC, Former!) oT ihe V imt N o unt-eri aepHO-tl lnil xH ri !! 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