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THE EVENING STAR.
THE YAZOO EXPEDITION.
Tbr Advance Down the Tallahatchie Rlt
rr Arrival Above Fort PembertoH?I>e
Urkxti*u of the Armr-Skirmiihiim^
The Rrbth Fall Back.
NbaR Fort Pkmrrrtow, March 11.?[Cor
respondence New York Heraltf.j?Your readers
will rrmember that in my last correspondence,
under dale of the 9th instant, I informed ihein
that we bad succeeded in getting our war vea
#*-ls and transports through the Coldwater
river to the junction of the Tallahatchie, and
were there assembling ready for an advance.
"We have since pushed on down the Talla
hatchie, along which it is comparatively clear
sailing. 1 bave not time now to describe the
voyage, bnt wili leave that to a future letter.
Suffice it to say we are now in a little better
coudition as regards our vessels than we were*
when we came out of the crooked, dreary Cold- |
water. a
"We have this morning succeeded in arriving
within eix miles above Greenwood, a small 1
village of Mississippi, situated on the Yazoo |
river, a short distance below the junction of
the Yallobuaha. with the Tallahatchie river,
At this junction the rebels have erected a tort,
which they have named Fort Pemberton, and
Ibis wwK Wit? IV ttlJw before we can get
?low n to the lower Yazoo.
"When we arrived at the Bpot from where I
am writing the army at once debarked for the
purpose of moving overland. We commenced
skirmishing when within one mile from the
river, but afft*r a little fighting the enemy fell
back to their fortifications. This rnse did not'
blind us to their plana, and'the gunboats
moved forward by water while the army are
advancing to the fortifications by land.
A tight ia expected momentarily while I
write; but as a boat is about to leave for above
1 deem it' advisable to send yon this short let
ter to keep your readers posted as to events.
The battle will certainly take place, if the en
emy will fight, long before you receive this
communication. *
The rebel work is well located, and is mounted j
with three heavy guns. There are various I
estimates as to the strength of the rebel force at
this point; but from all 1 can gather it appears
ihatthev number from seven to ten thousand
men. When the struggle commences wr are
more likely to ascertain their real strength.
PRENTICKAN1A.
A good many of the Southern woman, it i6
said, are anxious to enter the rebel army. Some
of them might make formidable Boldiers. If wo
may judge from their conduct toward Federal
prisoners, their hearts are so hard that a minie
bullet would glance off from them in a tangent.
If we would make a peace that will stick,
we must first do some good sticking with the
bayonet.
The rebels erect some of their fortitlcatioHs
with much toil but in this cold weather every
one of them has his shiver-de-freeze without
working for it. He doesn't labor for it, he
labors nnder it.
i^"Punch is taking off the "Aurora Floyd,"'
??No name," "Tangled Skein," &;c. school of
literature very amusingly in the publication,
in weekly parts, of a "Tale of the Times,"
called "Mekeanna, or the White Wit
ness." It is illustrated in the I*re-Raphael
style, so much affected just now, by the Lon
don weeklies, by way of enhancing the weird
interest of those startling tales, and of course,
the great requisite, a bigamy, is not wanting
to make the satire complete. Here is a speci
men :
Sir Lionel's carriage waa at the door.
"Farewell, mi? Bettina," he said, pressing: his
wile to his heart. "1 shall come back when I
return."
"1 doubt thee not, Lionel," was liis weeping
lady's reply, and the coachaiau, having fer
vently embraced the calm butemotional butler,
ascended to his seat in the rumble, and the
vehicle was soon lost to view.
Two girlish llgnres, each dressed in a cul de
sue, approached.
"Mamma." they cried, "Will you not trust
ns now?"
"I will," replied Latlv Bettina. "Come, Ag
nes ia; come Evelina." They entered the Brown
Study.
"Listen,"' said Lady Bettina, "to my secret.
Before 1 married Sir Lionel I was young and
lovely."*
The lid of Agnesia's lovely eye trembled as
she looked toward her sister. Evelina, aprofi
ci? nt in the French tongue, murmured "yam
momf in her ear.
Without noticing their emotion, their mother
proceeded,
'? 1 ?? dded one W>iiliam Barlow, a man be.
neath my station in life. Seized with an orig
inal idea that my rich brother did not need his
money, 1 induced Barlow to?to?" she fal
tered.
Agnesia quickly passed her delicate hand
from one lobe ot her exquisitely moulded ear
to the other.
?>Yes," continued Lady Bettina, reassured
by hi r offspring's sympathy. "The property
became mine. William Barlow, however, was
obliged to fly the country. A warrant was out
against him, and in his absence, he was ar
raigned. prosecuted, Jonnd guilty?"
"Sentenced .''inquired Evelina, leaning for
v. a id.
"Ay, and e-uch is the vaunted Justice of Eng
ll -h Law?Errcvtfil
A groan of horror bnrst from their pale lips,
av d Lady Bettina hid her face in a variegated
l><hi{riiua.
"Some time {if'.er this,'' Lady Bettina went
on, "1 married Sir Lionel, who yesterday in
tornied me that his wife was still living. He
h:i< gone away to seek her. I hope soon to have
tailings ot her decease."
?Mamma.'' said Agnesia, "we loo have
somew hat to confide to you. Are you strong
enough to bear it I"
Lady Bettina filled np a silver goblet with
"pmkling ran 0>- n'e, and lirack it off at one
dra tight.
" 1 am ready."
"We," began Agnosia, "are?"
"Break it gently," remonstrated Lady Eve
lina.
? ? I will," returned her sister, '? >iarnma, we
?/?? net y<"r tUtuahterf."'
"1 suspected as much," murmured the
Countess.
Thk DI'tassy Covkt Martiai.. ? The
?liarges preferred .against Col. i>'l 'ta?sy, of the
Garibaldi Regiment, are as follows:
1. Persuading a soldier to desert.
2. Embezzling mail-bags.
3. Extorting montjr from sutlers.
4. Obtaining money from ollioers under his
command on the pretence that it was to b*
used for recruiting purposes.
5. Selling commissions in his regiment.
6. Plotting against officers undar his com
mand so as to cause them to resign.
7. Slandering his 6ubordinote officers in offi
cial letters.
8. Selling Government horses and stores aud
pocketing the proceeds.
?>. Altering the proceedings of a court-martial
so as to cause the dismissal of aw officer of his
regiment who was never tried.
10. Counterfeiting the signitureof Hon.Chas.
H. Van Wyck, member ofCongress from New
York, on envelopes, and selling them to sol
diers in his regiment, for three cents each.
11. Forging pay-rolls.
12. Making false musters and receiving pay ]
for fictitious officers.
13. Opening United States mail-bags an j ab
stracting commissions therefrom. . I
F: SAKCtAL.?New York papers of yes<erdiy .
evening say : The market opened buoyant and
tii* animation was well sustaiued to the {
ik'je of businpss. Governments are strong. .
Certificates, Seven-Thirties and ls*>?l Coupons '
ate especially in request at advancing prices, j
The bond list shares in the general fe-lhig. j
Border S'ate bonds, however, are still languid
trom over excitement and undue stimulus. :
T'T nessees are held at til, RO'i being bid: Mis- j
souri sites areofleied attilwithout business.
North Caridinus stand at 7($a77; for Louisiana
sixes 77 is bid, without business. In Virginia j
sixeg we note a few transactions at rtlirt",. and
in California sixes at Wja'.irj^. Gold this
morning is still slowly and unwieldiiy drift- i
ingdow uu uid. Stta-ting this morning at l&l it
h is receded to 1-VJ and registers l;W?. in we go
to pTfiS.
Tmp t.atf. Ar>AV?' Km'pe?s RopRruv?Tub
S ? rr Krt <>vt nriv?Tlo- lobberyof Adams* Jix
pi. -s.cn Wednesday nightl??t. on th?-Northern
? ? . ral Railroad, between Cockey?villt* and
Pfcjkton, was oneot th'1 most adroitly managed
thai hBH occurred for some time. The m imm^
Niter the robt ery a large reward w is offi r- d,
and tleti'ctivcs from BaltimoTu and iiU/ m? in
the iwuiy of \\ hiieball and P.uktou c>nt
liirue J i,he search, :tud the satu wits eventually '
it ui.d in a mill race. Wiien taken out of the
race had a large white pocket handkerchief
ied around it on removiug which !> was dis
covered ttiat the door had been blown open
with gunpowder, and a part of the lu?e fctiil
rt i.iamtd in tin- loeii. The Government bonds,
i ersih trtes ami cheeks wero all titer?, ?ifitrat?d
w i[h w; Wr, bnt the money,t'fty thousand
dollars, in Treasury notes and gold coin, was
?CviTie jok^r anu-jitiices-Rebel Whiskey
Cr.'li nits?The rebf b<xiig tired of whtokfy
f-trjig:.!, La^esxolen ourikoughuui.
The ?o'si sMpittenis of boot* trd sh^-ty
rii i lijui *i a ior tile pi'.st . week Xroui B->?tou
v
?**" On T iesdaj ffM barrels <.f fionr. tvrafrfb- I
nt; i lycWs^fi# <u ll^tiolt, lor the Lar.caohje
?titi?r> rs. ti'-jr'jh-d Voik.
he Lonnville Jburnal k?-m rtt that .he )
r? i is are 7sinf,.Ag m.gl.t / ; r | tor )
i.i ti Keu.u. li} ?i
DRY GOODS, &c.
|V * W 8 1' RING UH GOODS!
200 piece* liew spriug Ca'ieo
6ft p!ece* i50 ^ieec? Clsach^sd Cotton
25 pieces llriiSjant:; *** Gingham?
4t) piece* Mohftir PUids, 16 p.*'en Black Silk
Taoie Lmcn, hussij, Diaper.;, Nappies
J Irish Linen*, To\reI?. Crash, Cotton ana Linen ,
i Sheeting ,
j riui?n. Ladies'Cloaking Cloths
t Colored Alpacss, PUid Poplin*. M*?*elii>?
j N<-w Stjle S?u*r* and Long Shawl*, for *pring
wear
Mourning Good* ef every description
I so di?n Hooped Shirts .. ?
j 160 dozen Ladi??, GenU.aud Misses
, Hasrikerckiefs, GlovtR. Gauntlet*, Jouvin's Kid
! Cambric?* Swiss. Thread and Valeneienee* Edgings J
15 dotes Parasols, Sub Shades, and Su U mbrellaa,
t All of which we offer at a very email ?*???.
mar >3-?w,r M. TAYLOR* CO.
gSBEOIBIiBIB I gMBR0JMM?,
i .sx
kmb?c .... '??a,SG ?d ?Q.
I iVina
?SiiM^uvsnuuc*,od
FllHn,*nS;:Mii*'Eint)r<)iI?rM HINDU*.
wit>S$r m%.?l !
48 Market Space, (under Avenue Eou^ )
mar 11 between 7th and 8tn eta. |
JUST RECEIVED?A krw stock of Maltese |
Thread and Valenciennt Cellar* and Seta, Plata i
and Embroidered Handkerchief*. Infant Robel and
Waists, Thread and Pusher Lace Veils. Also,a
maenincent stoek of Headtresre* and Faney Goods
*ncn as bteel, Jet and Tortoise Shell Finn, Ear
drops and Belt 01a*pt. Portemonnaiesa Fans, ace.,
ss\a"" "w "wm.
mar9-ly 18 Market Space, j
|^ANDSOMEHQLIDAY PRESENTS!
Jnst opened another lot of?
Handsome Black cloth CLOAKS,
Rich Plush and frosted Beaver CLOAKS,
Rich Striped Brcohe and Cloth Lone SHAWLS, la
new styles- _ , . ...
?11 at much less than former tprices, to whlak
X51 ?ttention of ??rohaser8 ???#?foLLBT>
QbT* AT I N D U CRM 1NT8
26 eenta per yard for DRESS GOODS of the heft
fabrics ana styles, worth 37}? to 5n cents.
We cannot guarantee to sell for those prices any
longer than for ono or two weeks, as the goods
are advancing d*Urg w jjR YEN BERG,
48 Market Bpaee, between 7th and Btfa at? ,
d? 10 Under the Avenge Hone*
LADLEBMDRESS P ORB! _ _ ?
DST Arrived, another large and floe assortment
of PDR8, in sets and separate, from *6 up to 1200,
all of our own manufacture, and as the stock wai
bought befere the rise, we are thus enabled to suit
the most fastidious. . ? , . .
Our stock of DRY GOODS I? <dally Increased by
a?w arrivals. B. ft W. ME YEN BURG,
4S Market Space,under Avenue House,
bo X Between 7th and 8th sis.
HANDKERCHIEFS.
OR LADIES?
Embroidered, Gress Linen,
Hemstitched, Top Bordered,
Monrning, and others.
P0R GENTLEMEN
Colored Bordered, Hemstitched,
Pine Plaia Large Size, IT
u 14 Heavy German Handupun.
The atwve stocfc in verj large, and we will offer
them Without any advarco on^W^e^unUl Peb.
48 Market Space, dider Avenue Heuse,
ja 22 between 7th and Sth ata.
JNTKRK8TING FOR LADIES.
We have again reduced the prices of a large stock
of handsome Dress Goods to 25 cents per yard,
worth 37>i t? 5ft cents. #
Also, Woolen Hosiery, Gteves Morinoes, Shawls.
Cloaks, Embroideries, Ac., will be sold at reduced
'?STOUT stock of Ladies' and Children's Dress and
Fancy Furs will be sold at great bargains. They
aro all new made an.1 fresh goods of our own man
ufacture L AW. MBYBNBRBO,
48 Marke Apace, bet. 7th and 8th st*.,
de SI under the Avenue House
HOOKS, &e.
MAGAZINES FOB APRIL.
ARI'fcR,
ATLANTIC,
GODEY,
Just receive 1 aud for sa!< by ,
PilLuH 3c SOLOMONS,
iuar 23 2t Metropolian Bookstore, 33'-i Pa av.
rsV yKW NOVELS?
1 IIE TRAPPER F DAUGHTER, a gtory of the
Rocky Mountains : by Gustave Ain. inl
fll.VIA'S LOVERS ; by Mrs (ia.skill. Hut'acr or
"The Life of Cliarlntte Bronte," <Vc.
Just published and for sale by
PHILP & SOLOMONS.
niar21-3t Metropolitan Bookstore,B33 Pa. av._
ir?ABMlH? FOR THE MILLION; LONDON.
Li< big's Prinaipl^s <tf Agricultural Chemistry,
Noam's AKrieultaral Chemistry, London.
gam VV. Johnson on Manures.
BoufMr)iraultrM Rural E'.'onoiny.
British Husbandry. London.
Mannal of the Uarro .
Johnston's Agricultural Chemistry
IHustrated Rural Manual.
Farmer's School Book.
! Liebig's Modern Agri -ultu'e.
? Yale AsTicultural Lectur-s.
1 Burn's Year Hook of Agiicultrral Fa'tfl, !><Hj1on,
Vaux on Fertilizers,London
ntlr 2p IRiNOK TAYLOa.
CLOTHING, &o._
CRRAH FOR SMITH!!
j 460 SEVENTH 8TRKKT.
lit- is selling Immense Bargains in
CLOTHING, FURNISIIIN3 GOODS,
HATS. CAPS, Jtc., See.
Y'yr a few days more we will offer our immense
stock at great bargains to mako room for our
SPRING 5T03K.
To thcEO in want we say, now is the time to buy.
Remember that SMITH S is Headquarters for
i Clothin*?460 Seventh strfet, two doors above J
! BiuceA Co.'s. J. H. SMITH, Clothier,
No. 460 Seventh street,
i mar 17 aud corner 2uth st. and Pa. av.
! 7?REAT DECLINE IN GOLD!
11
I In order to reduce our present stock we have
1 EEDUCED THE PRICE OF OUR CLOTHING
and are aoir sailing off at rapid rates.
The people iind that
J. BRUCE A CO.'S
! is tht place to huy
GOOD CLOTHING
at
LOW RATES!
Call and secure some of the Great Bargains now
| offered at No. 464 SEVENTH STREET, two doors
below Smith's. J. BRUCE &. CO.,
mar 17 Clothiers, 464 Seventh st., near F.
Discharged soldiers
are all invited to call at
SMITH'S,
No.460 Ssvrsth Stkkkt,
Opposite City Post Ojfi??,
and get their
CLOTH IS U
AT LE8S THAN NEW YORK PRICKS.
Soldiers can rely on Fair Dealing at
SMITH'S,
No. 460 SEVENTH STREET,
ant
CORNER 20TH STREET AND PA. AV.
mar 17
|^OYB' CLOTHING!
BOYS' CLOTHING!!
We hereby call every body's attention to our
LAUUE AND TASTY STOCK
of
BOYS' CLOTHING,
to suit the season.
Being now prepared to fit all boys from five years
arid up, we invite every body to give us a call.
Remember our motto, which is? Fair Dmlints
and Ioic Prica! BAR Ac. BROTHER,
fe 17-2m Southwest oorner 7th and Est*,
ALL AND WINTER GOODS
Ml LI TARY AND CI 71L IAN.
WALL, &TJ4PUENS &. CO. are now opening
their F/lLL AND WINTER GOODS, embracing
' flue DRESS COATS. DOKSKIN PANT8, VESTS;
Ac. A large aiid wefi selected Btoak of'tine heavy
; OVERCOATS. We have also a complete assort
1 Kent of BUBIN ESS SUITS, made in the most dn
I raMe manner. Officers will find our Military Goods
F
desiroaa to their waute. Heavy Woelen Blanket*,
f tor camp use, at reasonable uriceR. .
* WALL. STEJ'HXNS A CO.,
328 Pennsylvania avenue.
00 !S dtf between ?th and loth street*.
Xhl HEALEDj
read and be wi8k:
t GotoDRS. BROIHER^ So GRAY and be caret,
j They have given their partiomlar atfjniion to the
, treatment and cure of all forma of ' Disease," par
ticularly tbat of ? private character, for 20 year*.
I This is 1 be old?at established Botanic Medical Of
flee in the District, and have saved thousu-ids from
, a 'ii-graceful and horrible death. How importaut
it >.then. for those uufortanatea who have bronght
t disea?? upon th-Tieelves *o b? cared before it is too
late, thu? proventing exooanre of themrtelvss and
' fatal!r. t?fliv*and residence, 179 Soath B street.
Island. eptxinlVe gmlthsonian Isstitution. mo-lm*
^ if^OCdXr'1
i, ~ . 1010MA,
I titi. . . , ceocpLAM,
t i h 4'du>'?,
[ fe? 'v ?- Ji?? Penn#fifaals Aviiin*.
PROPOSALS.
JROPOSALS IOR CUXTHINT. AND OLOTH
ING MATERIALS.
NatV D?fart*e*t, )
Bureau of Prv\ if ions and Clothing, March 17,13?3.{
PaorosAL8 will be roooived at this oftee antUS
e clock on the.first day of April. lritt, for the de
livery at the Ohsrlestown. Massachusetts, or Brook*
lyn. New York. Navy Yarifc, at tbe option of thirf
Bureau, of the following article of Clothing And
Clothing Material*, the same to eotform to the
Navy standard, u shown by the description* ia the
last annual advertisement for Clothing for tha
Nary, dated June a. 1*2, and by the camples which
cay m seen at the Navy Yards aforesaid, rii:
Blue Cloth Jackets, four thousand.
Bine Clofh Trowserf, flte thousand. ,
Blue Satinet Trowsers, five thousaud.
Bine Pelt Caps, ten thousand.
Blue Flannel Over Shirts,ten thousand.
Canvass Duck Trowsers, six thousand.
Barasley 8beetingFrocax,tix thoasand. .
Bine Satinet. thirty thousand yards.
Blae Flannel, one hundred thousand yds
Barnsle) Sheeting, twenty thonsan* yards.
Canvass Duck, ten thousand yar4a.
Blue Nankin, ten thousand yards.
Calfskin Shoes, ten thousand pairs.
Kipekia Shoes, tea thousand pairs.
Wooiow Bocks, ten thousand pairs.
Mattresses,(with covers,) four thousand.
Blankets, tentho-xand.
Black Silk Handkerchiefs,ten thousand.
The art teles to be delivered within forty days
from the date of the contract.
The Department will reserve to itself the right to
reject any bid which shall be detraed too high.
Payments to be made (retaining 20 per cent, until
the completion of the contract) within ten days af
ter warrant* f?r the samoshall have been passed by
the Secretary of the Treasury.
Bond and security in half Hie amount of the con
tract win be repaired,
B!*n* fcttnl ef proposals may be obtained at the
Office of the Nary Agent at Bostoh, New York,
Philadelphia and at this Burean. mar 17-dtot
rjpO ARTISTS, JNGBAYERS AND OTHIRfl.
DI8ICR4 for National Currency Notes are hereby
invited of the denominations of #6, ? W, ?2?, #50,
3I'M), 8500, and #1,000, to be issued under the act
of Congress authorising a National Currency, ap
proved February J6, 1863.
The deeigns must be National in their character;
and none will be considered that have been used,
in whole or in pal t, upon any currency, bond, cer
tificate. or other representative of valne, and com
pleted bills roust all be 6f tbe uniform size of sevpn
inches by three inches.
Designs must be for both tbeobverseand reverse
of the note, and be susceptible of receiving up>n
their obverse the following legend: "National Cur
rency, secured by tbe Bends of the United States,
deposited witn the Treasurer of the United States,''
as well as the signatures of the Treasurer of the
Ui'ited States aim the Register of the Treasury,
together with the promise to pay of the association
issuing th* notes, rigned by the Pretident and
Cashier thereof, and their place of redemption.
The reverse must be susceptible of receiving the
following legend: "This note is receivable at p*r
in all parts ofthe United States in payment of taxes,
excises, and all other dues to the United States,
except for duties on imports; and alro for all sala
ries and other debts and demauds owing by the
; United States to individuals, corporations and as
sociations, within the United States, except inter
est on public debt."
And ?1ro, to have suitable tablets for imprinting
the following synopsi* of sections B7 and %S of the
Act authorizing a National Currency, approved
February 25x 1H63: "Every person making or en
graving, or aiding to make or engrave, or passing
or attempting to pass, any imitation or alteration
of this note: and every person having in possession
a plate or impression made in imitation of it, or
any paper made in imitation of that on which the
note is printed, is, by the set of Congress, approved
Vfttta February, i:?>3, *uilty of felony, and su&ject to
tine sot exceeding one thousand dollars, or im
prisonment not exceed, ng fifteen years at hard la
bor. or both."
i Designs will be received until the 28th day of
j March. 1H63, and must' in all cases be accompanied
by models, or illustrative c rawing*, and the De
; par'ment reserves the right to rtject any or all
that may be offered. For such designs or parte of
j designs sh may be accepted, suitable compensation
j will be paid, not exceeding in the aggregate two
hundred dollars for e&cb note; and the acceptf d de
i signs will then become the exclusive property of
, the United States. The designs not accepted will
be returned to the parties submitting tbera
Proposals will also be received for furnishing
dies in accordance with the designs; stating the
I co?t of the completed die?, and the date at which
they can be furnished; the Secretary reserving the
! right to accept designs or p?irts of designs and
causing them to be engraved by other parties than
: those submitting the designs if he deems it for the
interest of the Government to do so, In all cases
the dies, and all transfers, or iiupies thereo.', to be
the exelusive property of the United States.
In the selection of designs, special attention will
be gi\en to security against counterfeiting and
againtt alterations, as well as to suitableness Tor
use as currency.
! Proposal-* and designs must be enclosed in sealed
envelopes and directed to the Secretary of the
: Treasury, and plainly endorsed "Designs and Pro
P"-a!s fur National Currency." and will be opeued
on the 23th day of March, Ibtf, at li o'clock m.
I J*. P. CHASE,
' mar :;-eotd Secretary of the Treasury.
J RON IKON CLAD SEA STEAMERS.
Navy Dec artmbxt. Ma k 12, 13V!.
The Navy Dei"rtnient will, until April 13th next
receive proposa. for the eompiete construction
and equipment for sea service, lm-ludiog wrought
iron gun carriages , but excluding t;uns, ordnance
i storf-B, nautical instruments, and fuel, of
iron iron-clad steamers, of about S (*"> tona burden,
measured as a r.ingle deck vessel, and 21 draught
, of water. The boat s, marts, yards, snd rising to
He of iron: and the armament to consist of ten gtins
I in a casemate, each weighing about 25 tons without
1 the carriage.
j The boilers to be of the horizontal tubular kind,
! with 1 S**> square feet of fire grate surface, and
j 60.W10 square fee t of wat<-r-h*atin? surface. Th?
machinery to consist of two separate pairs of
j d rct-action, horizontal engines, operating in
dependently, two iron screw propellers of 13 feet
i diameter, one under each counter of the vessel.
Capacity of ea> h of the four cylinders 164 cubic
feet. To be provided with Sewell's surface con
denser. containing 8,5^0 fcquare feet of exposed
tube surface for each pair of engines. Bunkers to
be provided for 1,0)0 tons <.f coal.
Proposals will be received on tr"?ner*l plans
and specifications that may be examined at the
Navy Department; or parti'-a may pr pose on p'ans
and specifications of hull and machinery of their
own. mar 1-4-s tu th4w
I>
UBUU OF ORDNANCE.
Nwy Ckparmentt, I
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P
Washington Cay, Mtrrh 2,18(53.,
1'hiB ltnreau is desirous of ascertaining whether
rifled cannon can be mad* of wrought iron ?!' suf
ficient, and uniform endurance and enconomy to
warrant their being preferred to jjuns of cast iron
only,or of cast iron strengthened with wrought
iron.
Proposals will therefore be received from any
Manufacturers of fogged iron, to fnrni?h a fin
ished gun, or a bluek of metal from which the same
may be finished.
The said gun, when finished, to weigh about 10/MJ0
pounds, to be made into a gun throwing a pro
jectile of 1W pounds, as used in cast iron rifled can
non of like weight; to be fired 1,0)0 times with
pervice charges of the same weight and kind of
powder as used in the Parr?,tt UK) pounder, viz: li)
ponndsof No. 7, without bursting or wearing in
such a manner as to cauiK- apprehensions of burst
ing
The quality of metal, price, and other terms are
to be stited clearly in the proposal forwarded.
The Bureau reserves the right to itself of accept
ing or rejecting any of the proposals.
The time for receiving the proposals is limited
to thirty days from date; and proposals will only
bf received from persons actually engaged in the
fabrication of wrought iron.
JOIIM A. DAHLQRBN,
u ar 12-eo4w Chief of Bureau.
| Intelligencer and Republican copy.l
RGPOfcALB FOR CAftPETS AND OFFICK
CHAIRS.
QI'abtkbmastbk Gicnkbai/b OrriCK, I
Wash inrton, F'bntary 24, W63. S
PRoroS ALfl will be reoeived at this Department
until 12 o'clock M.,the 6th day of May next for
furnishing the following articles for the use of the
Quartermaster Generalrs Department, viz :
CARPETING-.
Seven hundred (7>ki) yards, more or less, of In
grain Cafpelliisr. of the best qnaTttv, samples of
which must accompany tbp offer. The price per
Square yard to include making, binding.and fitting
to each room, and putting down, fue same oocnplete
in the best manner. Mearurement to be made on
the floor, and payment made for quantities thus
ascertained. 1 he rooms to be carpeted can be Been
by calling at this office.
OFFICE CHAIRS.
One hundred ana twenty (12?) Oak Chairs, cane
feat, a sample of which can be seen at this office.
Tht whole to be completed within two weeks from
the time <*f signing the agreement. The price for
etch chair to include the delivery of the same at
this f-ffice.
By order of the Quartermaster General. fe2>"i-td
pROPOSALS FOR WOOD,
Htaiiquarttrs, Defenses of 'Waskinrton, I
Qpt-e of Chi if i/utrterma.iter. J an. 29, 18t>3.\
Proposals are invited for furnishing Wood to
the troops in and around the Fortt hereinafter
specified, from parties owning wood or wood lands
in thr vicinity of the same, vi? : Forts Alexander,
Ripley, Franklin, Mansfield, Pennsylvania, Battery
Tenallytown; Forts Kearney, De Russey Massa
chusetts, Slocurn, Totten, Sleminer, Bunker Hill,
Saratoga, Thayer, Lincoln, Batteries Vermont.
Martin Scott and Cameron, on the north side of
tbe Potomao,
Proposals to be made in the following manner
to wit:
First. FOr wood standieg (priee per cord.)
Second. For wood felled by U. 8. Engineers or
otherwise, (price per cord.)
Third. For wood ant and corded on the ground,
Proposals must specify the lociil'tv, kind, nu tii
titju and quuhiy of the wood.
Proposals will be received under this advertise
ment for the amount of wood acquired up to June
J, 1&4. ^
Each bidder must attach his full nam? and Post
Office address to his bid, and the namua%f all put
ties inUrested in the proposal mnst appear in the
bid.
,4m oath, of alltnitnce to th* Gottrnmait of tht
Vnit"l State* must nuompany tm.h bid
Bids will be opened from twue to time, and con
tracts or purchases made as the wood may be re
quired
The right Is reserved to aoeept all or any pan t of
any bid.
1'roporals should be endorsed, "Proposals for
Wood," and addressed to
ELTA3 M.GREiJNR, fl
Lieut Colonel and Chief Quartermaster
JaiW-tf Defeoees of Washington.
k:ARDIS*8.
r* ANCDOVIKH,
6WBBC OIL,
CAPjeRStKt?.
AT h
N A G L K S,. |
j, . *2?9 Peonsytrania s.venm, ^ I
ITAlt FOR 8Al.i , u i , ?
N Large or mMl fc.KteHp.L,
war Tl 2w Cvrner itth st Aeriuoui??'
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
m NOTICB
lOBIOE AND WOUNDBD> SOLDIERS OIV
I LI AN 8 A*D OTHERS. ,
DEPOT OF THE B. t O. R. JL CO.
The Railroad Companies composing the Hnfe he
tfMD WUIltBgtOft MOd If tW mam "gMTI
nf QtMimi llrnrrf The oar will leave on TUB- <
DASTrHUaflDAMa^ SA* URDaYB for Phil*
^Sw??eVrinr^eIr?.?<iltien^dt11$aM.eSeeM i
u< ?Oi?f?ttat im dek or w?mii4td, awjife"}^ :
through to the Ohio river without change of oara.
Soldier* and other* on furlough or diacaarged will ?
find this tho cheapest and moirt desiaable route for
the West. This is the only lis* that ean mH a
through ticket from Washtnton or check ha*cage
f'cACTION* TO PASBBNGBBB.-Th# OKLT
PLACE to bur tickets ia at the Ticket is the Depot
of the B. AO. B. R. Co. Ja6-tf
ISM] THB (IMS
rBRMTLTAfilA CENTRAL RAILROAD
(with its .
IB A FIR8T-CLASC^R0
8T0W* BALLillTUNCA
FREE FROM DUST
BAGGAGB 0H1CILB) IHBO^IULTI1|OM
THREE DAILY TRAINS PROM .
PHILADELPHIA TOPITTSBUBOI
Two of them maklnc
GL08* OONNECTIQN8 AT HARBI8BUB6
NORTHE^t^E^TRALtRAILROAD,
THB GREAT4CENTRAL ROUTB
from
WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE
to all pdmta in the
WBBT, N0&THVK8I, AND 80UTHWE8T.
the
corner ui r?imoyi??Mui
Washington, and CaiTert Station, Baltimore.
BPLBKDID 8LEEPING^AR8 ON ALL NIGHT
BMOKING A5D SALOON CARS ON ALL TRAINS
PROM WASHINGTON. _ ,
Passengers will take the 6 a. m. and 5 p. m. trains,
arriving in Baltimore at 8.<Vt a. m. and 6.45p.m.,
wher.e connections are made with trains on tnt
Northern Central Railroad, and arrive in Harris
burg at 1.25 p. m. and 1.50 a. m., there connecting
with the trains on the Pennsylvania Central Rail
road for all parts of the West.
FREIGHTS. , ? 4 .
By this route Freights of all descriptions can b*
forwarded to and from any point on the Railroads
of Ohio, Rentncky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin.
Iowa, or Missouri, by Railroad direct.
The Pennsylvania Central Railroad alto connect*
at Pittsburg with 8teamers. by which Goods caa
be forwarded to any port en the Ohio. Maskinrajs,
Kentucky, Tennessee, Cumberland, IIIhiois, Missis*
I sippi, Wisconsin, Missouri, Ransas, Arkansas, and
i Red Rivers; and at Cleveland, Sanduskyr?nd Chi
! cago with steamers to all Northwestern Lakes.
Merchants and shippers entrusting the transpor
? tation of their Freight to this Company oan rely
! with confidence on its speedy transit.
THE RATES OP PRKIGHT to and from any point
i hi the West, by the Pennsylvania Central JUi.road,
i art at all times as favor ablt at ari charntd by otktr
! Railroad Companies. .
Be particular to mark packages Via Penna
i 0MWM BROWN. Ag't Northern Central R. R.,
No. 80 North street, Baltimore.
I ENOCH LEWIS,Gen'1 Superintendent Altona, Pa.
i L. L. HOUPT. Gen 1 Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
H. H. HOUSTON, General Freight Agent, Phila
delphia. lan a-ly,r
For tli? Holidays,
i. 9. BmXGER It CO.,
I 6EAIIOS OP Nos. 19 AHD '21 Broad St., New Yom
Of FEU FOR SALE AT THEIR STORM,
No. 837 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
NEAR THIRTEENTH STREET,
SIGN OF THE OLD KNICKERBOCKER,
THB MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
IMPORTED WINES AN1) LIQUORS
TO BS FOUND IN THE METROPOLIS.
?1L80?
FINE GROCERIES, CAN GOODS,
KITS AND KEGS No. 1 MACKEREL,
KENNEBEC SALMON,
BOUSED A F1CKLED LAMBS' TONGUES,
!
FIGS' FEET,
ENGLISH DUN CODFISH,
Together with ail the
! LUXURIES INCIDENT TO THE SEASON
____
Messrs. A. M. B. ft; Co. are also Sole Proprietors
' sf BININGBR'S CELEBRATED
LONDON DOCK GPN,
Put up in Quart Bottles for medicinal use.
Also, Sole Agents for
OLD TOM LONDON CORDIAL GIN.
BCTAIl articles bought at their store warranted
i u.*the first quality, and forwarded to any part ol the
i city fre>3 of expense.
As we intend to be permanently located, we re
.?yectfully request families to give ua a call.
ABBAM M. BININGEB,
HENRY T. CAPEN.
WiBiiBrOTON, December. 1*3.
A. M. BINING KRA. CO. have no connexion wRh
I any other House.
' di3-tf ROLLIN CHUROIi. Agent.
BLOOD1 BLOOD!!
BLOOD!'!
! SORES TH KIR CAUSE V f*?PRA V BD CONDI
TION OF TllJi VITAL FLCID,
which produces
i SCROFULA.ULCERE,SOKES,SPOTS,TETTERS,
SCALES. BOIL.3. SYPHILIS OR VE
NEREAL DISEASES <Xo.
SA MARTIAN'S
ROOT AM) HERB JUICES
Is offered the public as a positive cure.
Let those then who have either Scrofula. Scald
I llfftd or Bores of any kind, at otce use the ROOT
' AN D HERB JUICES.
i Cure those Bpote,Tetters, Sealet and Copper Col
ored Patches, as there are many surmises about
them.
Banish all impurities of the blood and bring the
' system p> a healthy action forthecureof
SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES, the SA
MARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICE, is the
| tnost po .ent, certain and effectual remedy ever pre
i scribed; it reaches and eradicates every particle of
! the venereal poison, so that the cure is thorough
1 snd permanent. Take then of this purifying reme
I dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos
terity that fer which you may repent in after years.
DO NOT DESPAIR! ^
Although you may he pronounced incurable, the
SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUIOES
will remove every vestige of impurities nrom the
system, aa well as all the oad effects of Mercury.
FEMALE?! FEMALES!!
In many affections with which numbers of Fe
males suffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUIOES ia
most happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in
Whites, In bearing down. Falling of the Womb,
Debility, and for all complainta incident to the sex.
Sent-by express. Price $1 a bottle, or 6 bottle*
??r ^'Samaritan* chancre wash.
Price 26 cents. Full direction*.
DESMOND A CO., Box 151 Philadelphia Poet
Office.
Bo id by 8. CALVRRT FORD, corner of 11th and
Pa. avenue: and by HENRY COOR, Alexandria.
COLEMAN ft ROGERS, 17 3 Baltimore street,
Baltimore. oc 17-tf
TR IE S EM A R .
frotttttd by Royal Lttters Patent qf England, and
itcund by th* Seals of tht Ecolt d* Pharmacu it
Pant, and tht Imf trial Ccllttt of Mddirim, Vitnna,
TRIESEMAR No. 1
Is the effectual remedy for RELAXATION, 8PEB
MATORRHCBA AND BXHAUSTION Of THB
SYSTEM.
TRIESEMAR No. J,
Completely and entirely eradicates all trace* of
those diserdera for which Copalva and Cubeba have
Sonerally been thought an antidote, to the ruin of
le health of a vast portion of the population.
TRIESEMAR No. 3,
Is the preat and sure remedy of the civilised world
for all impurities ef the system,as well asseoondarp
i symptoms, obviating the destructive use of Mer- ;
eury,aswell as other deleterious ingredients, and ;
i which all the Sarsaparilia in the world eannet ?
remove. TRIESEMAR No*. 1, S and 3 are allk*
devoid of taste or smell, aad of all nauseating qual- !
I ities. They are in the form of a loienge, ana ?nay 1
i lie on the toilet table without their tue being bus- i
f pected.
! Sold in tin eases at 83 eaoh, or fonr $3 case* la :
! one fer 99, and In 927 cases, thru saving 99, aa
administered by Valpean, Lane us and, Roux, <fce.,
' to. Wholesale and retail br DR. H. A. BARROW]
194 Bleecker street, (fonr door* from MacDougal
I street ) New York. Immediately on reeeipt of r?
I mittance. Dr. Barrow will forward Triesemar to an*
?art of the world, securely packed, and addressed
According to the instructions of the writer.
Publi?hed also by DR. B ARROW, that nepalav
? and beautifully illustrated medical work. Human
Fmrtty. Price 26 cents. Triesemar and Book eaa
ooiained by epeoial authority from 8. 0. FORD,
, Washington P. C. de U-tr
JIOL^AMJ LONDON 41
* ? ? CORDIAL G^N, |
u , j
N A G L B/B,
j ^ Ptanqylvatita avenge'f; j
2^000
) fer sale fey
BBLS. PBIMf OLA^IBD OIDO
141
DENTISTRY.
j^XW AND 111P RO V ID IN V EN TIOH
ARTIFICIAL.
CBEOPLASTIC BOXE TEETH)
Witioui Miti^ Flat* on OlaiM.
I>a. 8. B. SIGEPMOND, >
910 Broadmv. New York and i?OJ'mn.tyfoaaia
A%mm, 1 Uk .i* f 13tk .ill,, Waskin*t<m,
OaUs the attention of the pnbtio to the folio vine
Unstuti of hii iBiwrt4 aystem;
I. Tki Teeth of Bis manufacture
d?t#t et reede nor ckwn **b>r tr
eeids fceiny three-fourth* Iiyhter than any i?n.
S. No tMtk or not* need be utr*U4, M UM
trtileitl ones ?n be inner ted orer them.
I. The reote win he ???}? laoAaiire, and aever
to ache.
4. Mo temporary teeth are seeded, w permanent
oieuia be made immediatelr< thereby preserving
the BStaral expreaeioa of the feee. whieh under the
eld iratem ia frequently dieasrured.
5. This work bw been fully tested over flee
years by many of the drat chemist* and physicians
or thia oeantry.
Dr. 8. baa also Invented a white andestruetlve
metalfilUny, With whieh the moat sensitive teeth
can be fillep without pain, and oaa build uh a eer
feet, sound tooth on any ride roeta, which will last
through lift?tetime.
Call sad examine ftor yourself. ao 10-te
DIHIISIBY.
. Call at 946 Pa. avenue,'
between lith and Uthsts.,
and examine DR. LEWIE* New Method ?T Insert
ley Teeth, Te do eo ia to he couwiaaed of ita su
periority oyer all methods heretofore used. Also,
Teeth Extracted without pain when desired. Terms
moderate. f?> 13-lyr
M . LOOM 18. M. Tyftk?fyr?ntor and Patentee
Of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, attends^^Bk
personally at his office in this eKy. ManvftiMBM
persons can wear these teeth who oonnoV* ' "**
wear others, and no person can wear others who
cannot wear thee*.
" Persons calling at my olBee eaa be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire;
hat to taoee who are partieolar and wish the purest.
Oleanest, strongest and most perfect denture that
art eaa produce, the MINERAL PLAT1 will he
more fully warranted.
Rooms in thia city?No. 338 Pennsylvania avenue
between 9th and 10th streets. Also, 907 Arch St.,
Philadelphia. mar?-ly
GAS FITTING, *c.
A WM. T. IK1VE ft 00.
AJLB N*ow prepared to execute any orders with
which they may be favored in the
PLUMBING, eAS, OR STEAM PITTING BUSI
NESS.
W3T Store on Ninth street, a few doors north ef
Pennsylvania avenue, where may be found a com
plete assortment ef CH ANDELIER8 and other GAB
BTEAM and WATER FIXTURES. Ian r-ly
OAS FIXTURES.
1 Have in Stere, and are daily receiving, GAS
FTXTURSS of entirely New Patterns and Designs
and Finish, superior in sty la to anything heretofore
offered in thia market.
We invite citiaens generally to call and examlna
oar stock of GAS and WATER FIXTURES, feeling
confident that we have the best selected stock ia
Washington.
M9" All Work in the above line intrusted to oar
care will be promptly attended to.
mar 6-If MYERS & McGHAN. 378 D street.
CHARLES RIVART ft CO.'S
CHAMPAGNES.
WE HAVE NOW IN STORE,
AND ARE RECEIVING DAILY,
CHARLES RIVART A CO.'S
FAMOUS
CHAMPAGNE WINES!
CARTE NOIRE, (Sweet Verzeny,)
CARTE BLANCHE, (Dry Verzeny.)
These Wines are highly appreciated in the New
York market, f<.r their richness and
delicate flavor.
We are prepared to negotiate with Hotels and the
tra?le, far any quantity, al the shortest possible
notice, either in bond, (duty i?aid,; or in store,on
the most favorable terms.
AUGUSTUS JOHNSON A C O.,
2-0 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Betwees 9th axd 10th bis.,
4
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DISTRICT OP
COLUMBIA.
mar 6-tf
RATIONAL LOAN.
THE NEW
SIX PER CENT. BONOS
of t_ue
UNITED STATES,
PAYABLE
TWENTY YEARS FROM DAtfB,
Cr sft?r Jive YdSrs, at Option of the Gorv-^i^c4 )
THE COUPON BONDS,
In Sams of
FIFTY B0LLAR8,
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR*,
PIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
and
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARfc.
5HI REG I ST ERE O BONDS,
In Sums of
FIFTY D0LLAK8.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAKH,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, -
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS,
and
TEN TH0U8AND D0LLAR8,
INTEREST COMMENCING AT DATE OF PUR
CHASE,
AMD rAYABLK BKMI-JSHDALLT
IN GOLD.
These Bosds are the
QHEAPXBT GOVERNMENT SECURITY
now in the market,
Tk# Interest, at present prioe of ooin, bains sqaiv
alent to 8 Pbb Cut. in currency,
FOR BALI RY
JAY COOKE 8c CO.,
BANKERS,
d*a FIFTEENTH STREET,
Dialkks II
tiOVERJSMENT BONDS,
TREASURY NOTES,
CERTIFICATES,
ARMY AND NAVY VOUCHERS,
OOIN, CURRENCY AND EXCHANGE
Sec 8-tf
m NOTICE
I 0 HOTELS, GROCERS RESTAURANTS, PRI>
VATE FAMILIES, *c.
* Ju Subscribers have just received a fresh ship
ment of
HO OASES ST. J ULIEN AND PLORRAO
CLARETS,
which they offer for sale at New Yosh prioes.
Also, they have constantly on haad
A Lar ft And WtU Sdtcitd Stctk <J
pholce BRANDIES,
UHAMPAGNE^ of all favorite brands,
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH ALES,
LOMDON AND DUBLIN PORTERS.
HAVANA CIGARS.
ENGLISH PICKLnS, SAUCES.
CHH^O^CHEDDER and ENGLISH DAIRY
A BDj^yffi, KEMP'S HERMETICALLY SEALED
PUNCH, GERMAN and BNGLI8H OOBDIAL8.
*%??T? gOT.V"""* ??
"" - ""^arxiSsSkiL. . ,
^ BlNIHaiB ft 00.t
. - tEstabBahed YlTL]
Branch?919 Pa. avenue, oi
Willarda'Hotel, Wasi.
Jul reaeived a small lot ot Officers' Uanoe
CLARIFIED CIDER I * ^ " ""
V , QLARIFIED CIDER!{
I hava Just received oerScliotjuerg "Georae 8
Adams" and "J. W.," fram Ron ton, a larae supply
of Pare Massachusetts CLARIF IED GlDER wblcfi
I offer for sale at the loweet mwket prioe, ia' ?o^
titles to auit purchaaess. ,
JJBLMBOLD8 EXTRACT BUCUC,
HBLM HOLD'S
HRLMBOLD'S
HKLMBOLD'8
HKLMBOLD'8
HKLMBOLD 3
HKLMBOLD'8
HELMBOLD'S
HKLMBOLD'8
HKLMBOLD'8
BBLMBOLD 8
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT
*~ -"TRACT
traot
-XTRAGT
COMPOUND FLUID fXTRAC?
QOMPOflip FLUID EXTRACT
compound fluid Ixtrao?
BUCHU.
BUCHT,
BUCHU,
BUOHU,
sms:
BUCHU,
buchu,
BUCHU,
BUOHU,
BUCHU.
A ZQPIVUL AND SPSCIF/C RBMMOT,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC RBMKDyI
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC RE\i$nY
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY,
" For di*e?a#a of th?
BLADDER, KIDNEYS. GRAVEL. AND
DR0P8ICAL SWELLINGS.
This maalcine increatea the power ofDiraatioa.
and excites the ABSORBENTS in*o healthy action
by which the WATERY OR C ALOKROUtf dea^ai
liowanaaJI UNNATURAL ENLARGEMENTS
are reduced, u well as pain and inflaiiufcon, and ia
good fer
MEN. WOMEN, OB CHILDREN.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
HELM BOLD S EXTRACT BUCHlf,
HELMEOLWS -'K TRACT B UCHUl
HELMBOLIV: :XTRACT B UCHU.
For weakness arising jm Kxces*?N, Habits, 0
Dissipation, Early Indiscretions, Abuse,
attended with t(,e 'ollowiog symptoms:
Indisposition to Exartion. beat of Power, Loas
of Memory, ?e*k Norves, Horror of Die
ease, Dimness of Vision, Hot Hands
Drynesa of the Skin. Universal Laa- '
taitnde of the Muscular 8yst? m.
Difficulty of Breathing
Trembling, Wakefulness, Pain in the Back
Flushing: of the Bodv, Eruptions on the
Face, Pallid Countenance.
These symptoms, if allowed to ro on, which thla
Medicine invariably aemoves, soon follows :
IMPOTENCE,
IMPOTENCE,
IMPOTENCE,
FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FTT3
FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS!
In oue of which the patient may expire.
Who can say they are not frequently followed
those "direful dieases,"
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION*
INSA N1TY A ND CONS CM P l ION '
INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION>
INSANITY A ND CONS UMP TIONT
Many are aware ef the cause of their sufferine
but none will confess. '
THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS
and the melancholy deaths by consumption
bear witness to the truth of this
assertion. The constitution
once affected with
ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS!
ORGANIC WEAKNESS)
requires the aid of medicine to strengthen
aud invigorate the system,
which
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
IIELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
invariably does.
A TRIAL WILL CoFviNCE THE MOST
SCEPTICAL.
females, FEMALES. FEMAI Fc
FEMALES, FEMALES,
FEMA LES, FEMA LES, FEM41
FEMALES. FEMALES, FEMiL If'
FEMALES, FEMALE.? FEMA 1 FX
FEMA LES, FEMA I. ES FFM* I F%'
FEMALES, FEMALES, FF\rt 1
FEMALES', FEMALES', FEMALE*
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEITA/eI'
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMA IF
FEMA L ES, FEMA L ES. FFXfA I V S*
b EM A LES, FEMA I. ES, FEm\ f F%"
FEMA L ES, FEMA 1. ES, py u j V f.5?
FEMALES, FEM 4 LES, FFMlTFs'
FEMA LES, FEMA L ES, FEMAL ES
OLD OR 10UNG, SINGLE, MARRIFn or
CONTEMPLATING MARRIAGE. *
In many affections peculiar to Females
TIIE EXTRACT LUCHU
is aneqnaled by any other remedy, as in Chloro?i
mb or Retention, IrreguLanty, Paintulans or Suo
presMon of Customary Evacuations, Ulcerated
Schirrous state of the Uterus, Leuch,>rrhea ?r
tVbthr?.TerwhJ.Vrd for a11 7>?P?*?nta incident
totte Sex. whether arism* from indiscretion*
habits of dissipation, or in the ?
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE
SEK SYJJPTOM8 iBOVR.
NO FAMILY SHOULD HE WITIIOCT IT
no more Balsam Mercury, or Unplea-ani
Medicine, far L npteaaiuitaail
Dangerous Diseases.
HE LSI BOLD'8
EXTRACT BUCHU
AXD
IMPROVED ROSE WASH
CURES fcECRLT" DISEASES
in all their stases, at little expense, littl* cr ni
change in diet, no inconvenience an 1 no exposure
It causes a frequent desire nnd sives stren^^h tU
urinate, tber? by removing nbstructiots prevent
ing aid curing Strictures of the Uretha, allayinV
Pain apd Inflanmatiou =0 frequent iu this citssi?
diseases and expelling ail poisonous, diseased ani
worn-out matter. '
THOUSANuS UPON THOUSANDS
H.
fson"' has,"h> the' use'of 'Vp^w^rfuUtriu^tnV?*
been dried up in the system to break out in t"*rk
vutod form And "?ll*
Take
wno HAVKBBKS THR VICTIMS OF (J I' A ('Kg acd wh?
have paid heavy fees to be cured in a short time
['Ln,niih ? and that the
rated form, and
PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE.
USE IIKMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
For all affections and diseases of the Urinary
Organs, wnether existing in *
MAL? OR FEMALE,
From whatever fiauM orieinating, anl nomat^F-?
of how lonjc standing. Diseiies of tbe^
organs require the aid of a
Diuretic.
nELMBOLDS
EXTRACT BUCHU
18 TIT!!
GREAT DIURETIC,
And is certain to have the desired r ffect in all dis
eases for which it is recommended.
EVIDENCE OF THK MOST RELIABLE AND
RESPONSIBLE CHARACTER
Will accompany the medicine.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES
From 2d to 3ft years standing, with
NAMES KNOWN TO 8CIENCE AND FAMR.
PHY8ICIAN8 PLEASE NOTICE.
We make no secret q! lutf difnt*.
IIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is composed ef Buehu, Cubebs and Juciner
Beirits selected with great care by a cowpetenl
Druggist.
PREPARED IN VACUO,
HY
H. T. HEajMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, and
Sole manuftcturer of
HELMBOLD'S
GENUINE PREPARATIONS.
AFFIDAVIT.
Personally appeared before m?. aa Alderi-iano*
the city of Philadelphia, 11. T. II KI.MBOLD, who
r emg duly sworn, dotli say his preparation! coutaib
no narcolte, no mercury, or other ii:juriou* dra
but are purely vecetabfe. U. T. Hklmbolu"
Sworn and mbscrihei before me this 23d lay o?
November, 1^4. W. P. Alienn&n,
9th street, above Race, Philadelphia.
PRICE 11 PFH BOTTLE OP. P1X F<;R
Deltvered to any address, 6ecur?ly packed i"r m 1 >?
servati?n.
Address letters ff r information in con(5'leT><v>,
H. T. lll.LMBOLD. Chemiit,
Depot, 104 S Tenth street,
WTow Chestnut, Pbiia.
BEWARE OF C'UNTERKElTiRS
AXD
UNPRINOIPLLD DK.VL.KR3,
Who endeavor to disiw>?e "OF THEIR mtpv*
wxl "otlier'' articles .m the repotlaon attained bp
liolmbold's Genuine Pr?.porations,
?' " Extract Baehu,
" " '* Sarr?pariil*.
Sold by ill Drugifi'ti everywiur*
ASK fOR HELMBOLD'S, . J. ?' - --
^ TAKE NO OTHLR.
Cut out ftis a<i*ertif,on.?. ut and ??nd far it,
AJJD AVOID IK POST riON t
ocSc eoniiy ANT iMP06i*UixH

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