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THE EVENING STAR.
DEFURRKI) I.OOAT, NEWS.
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Police Reports.? Firtt Precinct.?R. T.
Loaby, larcenj;tot hearing. Andrew Sw*?
ney, piddling 'without revenue license; dis
missed.
Second Precinct.?Pat Lynch,assault and bat
tery; bail fcr court. Henry Powell, suspicion
of horse rUnling; dismissed. Morris O'Connor,
assault with re.volver; military. A. H^twer,
stealing a revolver; dismissed. S. W. Yoin,
grand larceny; Ueorg* Brown, suspicion; Jno.
Edmunds, do.; turned over to detectives. R.
Rowe, fast driving; $5. , .
Third Pmcinct.?Jas. Kenny, drunk*, dis
missed* One soldier^ do j military. ?Tqo. Don
ovan, disoiderly; ?2.44. A. Stone, do.; *1.41.
('has. Cole, do.; ?3.U. Henry Barron, do.; do.
Patrick McCan, do.; dismissed. Mary MeOau,
do.: do. Jno. Long, larceny; military. Daniel
O'Bryan, do.; bail for court. Snsan Hunter,
selling in market; S4 44. Martha Browj^, lar
ceny; jail.
Fourth Precinft.?Jane Scott, selling liquor,
unlicensed, dismissed. Henry Smith, drunk;
f2. Jas. Cobern, vagrancy; and Frank Uogle,
drunk; workhouse.
Sixth Precinct.?John Bell, disorderly; *5.
Leu is a Maurico, do.; Marv Bell, do.; $>.
Francis bnlany, do.; S2. Geo. McCoy, ridin?
ou pavement; Adolphus Kaisel, vagrancy; dis
missed. Antone Bonian, profanity; JJI.
Tenth Precinct.? Win. Smith, drunk and dis
orderly; S1.94. Sam'l Hnphes, indecent expo
sure- SI.M. Fannie Lyons, drunk; dismissed.
Lawrence Hagan, attempt to pick apocket; do.
Ellen Harris, disorderly; SM.9J. Lucy Slater,
do ; S2.f-4. Peter Rion and Wm. Rion, do.; for
hearing. Bennis Carter and Jno. Richardson,
do ; $1.94 each. Robert Willard, drunk and
disorderly; *1.04. John Cosier, assault and
battery; dismissed. _
Fovktu Ward Station Cases?William
Bucklev, having a stolen horse In possession;
bail lor hearing-. Chas. Moulton, fighting; tor
hearing. Ban 1 MeCarty. Jno. Murray, break
ing into a church ami larceny; do. Jas. John
son, creating nuisance; 51.59. Mary Johnson,
disorderly; S1.5S. C. Hughes, violating city
law; S1.S!>. Pat:k Burke, threats or arson; dis
missed?also, selling liquor to solaiers: jfc>u.
J. Halleran, threats; dismissed. Eliza Jones,
do.; bP.il lor peace. Marg't Cronin, creating
nuisance; dismissed. Jeremiah Reardon, drunk
aad disorderly; P2.5K John Fe?ny, drunk; dis
missed. Miles Perry, swindling; held for de
cision. David Wilson, drunk and disorderly;
dismissed. Malachi Stephens, disorderly; $5-iI.
Geo. W. Powers, drunk; $1.58. Geo. Freder
ick. vagrancy: workhouse. John Anderson,
drunk and disorderly; Pat'k O'Donnell, John
Bnnkley, Thos. Holland, suspicion ol stealing;
dismissed. John Holloran, charge of theft;
bail for hearing. Henry Thorn, drunk and
disorderly;do. Ambrose Sourwalk.suspicious;
military. Alexander Davis, disorderly; Sl.S-.
Jas. Tobin, drunk; military. Chas. H. Harris,
swindling; dismissed. Elizabeth Bell, alias
Parker, disorderly; S5?l. Malachi Stephens,
malicious mischief; jail.
Villainocs Conduct.?Monday night, while
Wy man was performing at Odd Fellows' Hall,
a iie .ro named Malachi Stephens threw a glass
bottle through the window and struck a laiy
on the head, cutting her forehead a very ugly
gash an inch long and very deep. The negro
was employed in a store in the building. He
was arrested by officers Crown, of the police,
and Butber, of the city police ; but before se
curing him he threw both the officers down,
and would have escaped, but officer Crown
knocked him down with his elnb. The lady,
Miss Mary Townsend, of Philadelphia, ap
peared before Justice Giberson yesterday
and testified to the facts as lar as she knew?
that she was struck with a glass bottle while
seated in Odd Fellows' Hall, and severely cut.
Other witnesses proved the charges against
him, and he was committed for court lor ma
licious mischief, and was lined SC.71 for disor
derly conduct.
?
Resist .so a* Officer.?Alexander Taylor,
colored, was arrested seme days ago for stealing
a coat, and was held to bail for court. Taylor
declared his intention of leaving the city, and
his bondsman had him arrested by officer
Franklin yesterday. On the way to prison
Taylor resisted so desperately that the officer
?was obliged to call a citizen to his aid, and
finally knock down the negro with his club.
The fight occurred at the corner of Eleventh
and E streets, where the spot is marked with
a pool of blood that flowed from Taylor's head.
A wagon was, however, obtained, and Taylor
was conveyed to the jail. Taylor is known to
be a desper ite fellow, and on a former occasion,
uuder the old police system, an officer had the
same troublp, and was obliged to knock him on
the btati with a spade in order to secure him.
Takes Down a Little.?Monday night, a
colored girl named Mary Snyder, was arrested
hy Officer Slater, on the charge of disorderly
conduct, am', taken to tfce Fifth Ward station,
where she declared that she was as good or
better than any white person, and as lor po
lio-men, thev wculd swear in any way for
fifty cents. Yesterday morning .she, however,
was "sot back" by the decision ol Justice Fur
jruson, who fined her Sl.&l.
Broke the Cell.?On Monday morning, of
ficer Wannellarrested John Morrisy, 15th New
York, a soldier, charged with being drunk and
disorderly,^ and he was locked up in one of trie
cells attached to the station; but during the af
ternoon he managed to kick a board off and
escaped, when he was pursued.and recaptured
by officer Keating, who brought him back, and
wa s turned over to the military.
SH?W
pLRABURE BOATfj^TO LET BY THE DAY OE
The yacht LIVE YANKEE (fastest boat on the
rWer) will carry io or 12 persons; also, th?/-rfc
f4oop HEAR ADMIRAL, a splendid party/<AD^_
boat, and has capacity for 25 p?r*ons. Apply
to BARNES A 809, Bailmakers, 63? Eleventh
street, near Riley's wharf. Parties wishing boats
for Punday should engage them beforehaid.
se 12 Ira*
COAL ANT) WOOD.
OX HAND AND FOR SALE:
BED ASH, EGG AND STOVE,
WHITE ASH, EGG AND STOVE,
FURNACE AND CUMBERLAND COALS.
ALSO,
HICKORY. OAK AND PINE WOOD,
Sawed and Split to any length or sise, or la the
eoirift length, at the lowest market prices.
Q. L. SHERIFF.
Office?Pennsylvania avenue, bet. 3d and Hi sta.
Yard??>, street and Canal. se 12-lw
NSW FALL
IPfcFLOWERS, RIBBONS,*
MoT BONNETS, HATS,
Qln AND
millinery goods,
or
CHOICE DESCRIPTION AND GREAT VARIETY,
JVST RECEIVED.
Ladies will oblige me by calling aad examining
asy stock of new FALL and WINTER GOODS be
fore purchasing, as wis wish to show our goods,
feeling confident they will please at
FRANKLIN ETOHISON'B,
No. 13 Center Market 8paoe,
se to between 8th and fth st?.
CASES 1
SHOW CASES I
Of ALL KINDS,
MADE TO ORDER
AND CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
O. F. RAU k CO.,
No. 30 MeOLlLLAN ALLEY.
sel?-to* BALTIMORE. MP.
^jHARLES L. 0UDE8LUYB,
No. 47 South Gat Stbbbt,
BALTIMOEE,
Has in store and offers for ? alo
ft* barrels Ohio BECTIFIBD WHISKY, two years
in store,
ICO barrels (iron bound) very superior BYE
WHISKY, "Mount Vernon" brand,
IE barrels very superior OLD EYE W HI8KY, four
to five years old.
Also, Agents for Teaaent's Well Park Brewery,
Glasgow, Scotland, from whom he receives
direct consignments of DOUBLE BTRONG
ALE aad XXX PORTBR, in pints.
Also, for sale?
P Harmony's SHERRY WINE,
Pine HAVANA SEGARS,
EIEE-PROOP SAFES and MONEY B0XR8. eeT-lw
JADES' H O T 1 l7~
The undersigned takes great pleasurein Inform
ing his numerous friends and '-Ue_public|?,i a
generally that he has taken the HOTEL WSKV
situate on the corner of Tenth aad E sts., JUSflHLJt
hearly opposite Ford's Theater, lately under the
auspioeeotE GoeU, ana that he has spared neither
means nor t me ir. refitting and entirely renovating
it, and he is now prepared to accommodate the
wablio with even thing usually fouad ia a first-class
Bote!. Ample ^.ocommodationa are provided for
transieat and veraaaent Boarders on reasonable
terras. The BAR aad LARDER wil always contain
the best the s?s*oa or market affords.
The long experience of the undersigned In Hotel
keeping ? deemed a sure guarantee on his part
that all who extend him patronage will be satisfied
that everything tending.to their comfort will re
ceive from him undlvi terf attention.
CHRISTOPHER MADB8,
aur-la* Proprietor.
EN'B AND BOTE CLOTHING, a. very lew
prices, at 464 Seventh street, lastbelow
aitki. ir 14
GREAT RUSH TO SMITH'S, 4?0 Seventh St.,
to get some of the treat twain* to CLOTH-'
i*e.
OFFICIAL
HiiOQtfAimi Paovoer Ml??, >
District of Columbia, Aug. 17th, 19S3. J
The Board of Enrollment for tb? District of
Columbia will m?t at the- City Ball, every
day, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m., until farther no
tice, to examine case# of drafted men,either for
exemption or acceptance.
Hbmht A. Schhbtz,
an 17-tf Captain and Provoet Marshal.
WiB DEPARTMENT,
" Adjdtiit Ohiul'9 OrnoB,
Wasmibotob, Jobs 89,1MB.
(returnI Ordtrt, No. 196.
The Adjutant General will provide an appropri
ate medal of honor for the troops who, after the
expiration of their term,hare offered theirservices
to the Government in the present emergency, and
also for the volunteer troops from olher State* that
hare volunteered their service in the States of
Pennsylvania and Maryland.
By order of the Secretary of War.
E. D. TOWN8END,
je 30 Assistant Adjutant General
Illinqrrahtbrs^ bbpart men t Of WA8H
Qfiet Ckiif Quartermaster, May 23,1863.
Pbalbbs i* Aoricultubal Imflbmbhts, Gab
dib Bbbds, Ac., are requested to furnish thisoffioe
price lirta of the various articles of their trade.
The same should be directed to Lieutenant Colo
nel EliasM. Gbbknb, Chie Quartermaster, De
portme. * of Washington. mj 25-tf
WAB Dt*?ABTMENT,
WASBiBOtOB, January S.18CS.
In oonsequenoe of the pressure of business at the
War Department, passes for oitiaene to visit the
Army of the Potomae will be given at the oflee of
Lieat. Cel. Oobbad, 139 Pennsylvania avenue
above Nineteenth atreet.
XK MONEV 1?MONEY!?MONEYI AK
V 0 M. K. WAlIh A CO., 9 y
LICENCED PAWNBROKERS,
899 C Btrebt. nuTWKBK Nikth and Tbnth,
are now prepared to make cash advauces in sums
of from one dollar to ten thousand dollars on col
lateral security.
LIBERAL ADVANCES will be made on all kinds
of Real and Personal Property. Diamonds, Gold
and Bilver Watches, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Musical
Instruments, Hardware, Clothing. Ac., Ac.
?7* Having had several Tears' experience in
business in this city, and favorably known to many
of its citizens, we are confident that to all who may
entrust us with business we will give satisfaction.
M. K. WALSH A CO..
se l-3m* Licensed Pawnbrokers.
i^OAL BY THB CARGO OR 8INGLB TON.
IOUR THOUSAND TONS ON HAND.
W O O D
OF THB BIST QUALITY,
At Yard corner C and 1st street, near B. & 0. B
B. Depot; and Wharf foot of 11th street, Island,
an 27-lm* 0. W. PALME ft.
piPEB HEIDB1ECK
CHAMPAGNE.
300 Basketa, quarts and pints, on hand and for
sale at agents' prices by
JOHN P. BOYLB A CO ,
au 31 Ira 4 Exchance Place. Baltimore, Md.
T SELLING CHEAP.
HB FINEST STOCK. OF RBADY MADB
CLOTHING can be seen at BARE A BRO.'S, cor
ner of E and Seventh streets. In order to reduce
our stock, we have determined to reduce oar
prices to wholesale figure*? an excellent opportu
nity to purchasers. We invite all to an examina
ion of our superior Stock of BOY8' as well as
MEN'S CLOTHING. Also, a very large Stock of
FURNISHING GOODS, to ba sold cheap. We
have just received a fine lot of BLACK DRESS
COATHard PANTS.
an 2" lm' BARE A BRO.
j^UTLERS, ATTENTION I
BUTTER DEPOT FOR THE ARMY.
Choice Butter packed in glass jars, always on
hand and for sale by B. FENNER.
au 24-1 m* 3.34 D St.. near loth St.
? A 8 H I CASH! CASH!
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES made on all kinds
?f~MERCHANDISE, FTTRNITURB,
GOLD and SILVER WATCHES
DIAMOND8, Ac. Ac.
W. B LEWI8 A CO.. Auet'rs,
an 25-1 m 42T 7th at , bet. G and Hats.
Tnn limei limed lime hi
,?UU BARRELS LIME just arrived at Ghn
nell's wharf, per schooner R. Bullwinkel. und for
sale by A. C. McKNEW,
au 20 corner 7th street and Canal.
JAY COOKE A CO., .
BANKER S,
Ne. 452 Fifteenth Street.
WB fcTALL 00KTI5UB TO FURBISH
UNITED STATES
FIVE-TWENTY BONDS
at par until fartfier notice.
?y Persons desiring information concerning thia
loan can procure at our counter, or apon application
by mail,circulars answering all quealions thatmay
arise.
WB Btry AND SILL ALL I88UBS OP
GOVERNMENT BONDS, TBEA8URY NOTES
CETIFICATE8, AND VOUCHEES,
COIN, CURRENCY, AND EXCHANGE,
AKB PAT THI HIGH 1ST PB10IS FOB
CERTIFICATE CHBCKS.
JAY COOKE A CO., Banker*,
an S-tf 452 Fifteenth street.
|?ITTENH0U8B, FANT A CO.,
BANKERS,
NO. 363 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
W ill continue to furnish
V. S. FIVE-TWENTY BONDS
As lor.g as issued by the Government, at par,
. 8. Coupon 6's of 1881.
U. 8. 7-30 Treasury Notea.
U. 8. Certificates of Indebtedness.
GOLD AMD SILVER BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Exchange on all parte of Europe and the Northern
Cities sold in sums to nit purchasers.
Stocks and Gold bought in New York excluively
on CoLimisslbn.
IT IT BITTENHOUBE, FANT A 00.
' KENDALL'S
AIB0LI1TI VOft TU HAUL
LMBOL1NM
MOISTEN 8,
BEAUTIFIES,
O BORATE 8,
JuEN GH THEN a,
INVIGORATES,
novRiasEa,
KMBELL18HE3
THE HAIR.
KENDALL'S AMBCLINB is a rare oompouad
stimulating extracts from Flowers, Boots, a ad
Herb*, far the GBOWTH, BEAUTY, and P1B
MANENT VIGOB of the HAIB.
"Highly beneficial where the hair requires
gentle stimulant Da. CHILTON.
M Have never had anything whieh so perfectly
answers the purpose of a hair dressing."
WABBEN WABD, Bsq.,
No. 377 Canal street, N. Y.
" After being bald for seven years yonr AMBO
lilMB has eovered the eatire scalp with NEW
HAIB." Prof. JOHN BBNIA,
No. 3ft King street, N, Y.
For sals by all Druggists and Fancy Goods
Dealers. Put la boxes, (oontaiuing two bottles,}
price 91.
Manufactured end for sale at wholesale by
KENDALL A BANNISTER,
elO-fim No. 643 Bboaowav,N. Y.
Hc
By W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
rCBBB AND OABBIAGB BAZAAB AND BB
L P08IT0BY,
Bxpressly for th e
pai.a OF H0BSB8, CABBIAGES, STOCK, AO.,
98 Louisiana Avenue,
Between Ninth and Tenth streets.
OABB AdVABOBO 0B COISieBMIBTB.
Storage for Carriages.
ones, Carriages, Ae., reeeived for private sa
my ?-tf W. L. W. WALL A CO., Aucts.
PLAUFIID OLD IB
1^"" CLARIFIED 01DBB t!
1 have last reeeived per schooners "George 8.
Adams" and "J. W ?' from Boston, a large sapply
ffFareMssseebaeeits eLABIFIEb OlDlR, which
J,?,0**'or "ale at tte lowest market price, la quae
^jBTOsars'ssassasi'i1!
?*?i this before purehasing elsewhere.
De Oe
p J. hbibe&gir a
44-tf S?S Ft. avenae. w?ha2t2,V. O.
IBSSsmBSS
CHOTOIM% At SMITH'S,
? trM 4M|gT?atmi i ,
LEGAL NOTICES.
THB 8UPRBMB COURT Of TBI DISTRICT
or COLUMBIA. Holding ft District Oourt of
the United States for the said District-To all
teheftn it man concern. Grtettnea oVio?l? hereby
riven. that. on tae Ifth day of Ja r, 1*-?. the Uni tod
States steamer An?costis. attached to the Potomac
riotfUft, Mi ltd ft ni?e) end one box of
one hundred and five pounis of tobacoo, and $73
in nour, and brootbt the i?o<! into thi port of
Washington, and the same ftre libeled and prose
cuted lo this court in the name of the Unlted State*
kb lawful prise, and tbftt Raid eauae will stand for
trial at the City Hall, in tha city of Washington,
on the first Monday of October naxt, when and
where all persons are warned to appear to show
ceuee why condemnation should aot ba decreed
an* to intervene for their interest*,
an 10 B. j. UII08, 01?rk,
TBI SUl'RBMB COURT OF THE DISTKIUT
OK COLUMBIA, Holding a District Court of
the United Btatea for the said District.?To all
whom it may center*. Greeting : Notice ia hereby
given, that, an the 17tn day of July, lsb3, the Uni
ted Stfttes steamers Coeur de Lion and Primrose
captured ft lot of dry goods, shoes. <te., and brought
them into the port of Waahington. and the same ia
libeled and prosecuted in tbia O01 rt in the nam*
ot the United State*, for condemnation fta iftwfoi
price, ftnd that said cause will stand for trial at the
City Ball, ii^ the city of Wftshinaton, on the first
Monday of October next, when r.nd where all per
sons are warned to nppeftr to show cause why con
demnation should not be decree I ftnd to intervene
for their interest*. By the Coo rt.
Jy 2 8 B. J. MEIGS. Clerk,
TBB SUPBBMB COURT OP THB DI8TRI<JT
Off COLUMBIA. Bolding ft District Court of
the United Btfttes for the tftid District.? To all
whom it may concern? Gritting: Notice ia hereby
given, ihat, on the 14th day of March, 1863, the
United States schooner Racer captured as lawful
Brize oce small boat and three drafts, and brought
hem to the poit of Washington. and the same ftre
libeled ftnd prosecuted in this Court in the same of
the United States, for condemnation ft* suehlftwful
price and that said cause will stand for trial at the
City Hall, in the city of Washington, on the first
Monday of October next, when and where all per
son* ftre warned to appeer to show cause why con
demnation should not be decreed, and to intervene
for their interests. By the Court.
_jy j5 R. I. MBIGB, Clerk.
TBS SUPRBMB COUBT OP TBK DISTRICT
OF COLUMBIA, Bolding ft District Court o.
the United States for the said District.? To all
?rAowi it may concern. Greeting: Noti ie is hereby
given, that, on the 17th day of May, 1853- ft lot of
money ftnd bonds was captured by the United
States steamer Wyandank attached to the Poto
mac Flotilla, and brought to the port of Washing
ton, and the same is libeled and prosecuted in thia
Court in the came of the Unite! States, for con
demnation as lawful priz?. and that said cause will
stftnd for trial at the Oity Hall, in the city of
Washington, on the first Monday of October next,
when and where all persons are warned to appeer
to show caase why condemnation should not be
decreed, ?nd to intervene for their interests.
By order of the Court.
Jy?5 R. J. MEIGS, Clerk.
GRAVEL ROOFS! GRAVEL ROOFS!
THE WILSON MANUFACTURING CO.,
<Successors to J. F. WALKER & SON,)
WASHINGTON. D. 0.,
Aim
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
MABCFAOTOEXRB OP
LAMP BLACK, ROOFING MATERIALS,
AHD
WILSON'S IMPROVED F1RB AND WATER
PROOF FELT, CEMENT,
AND GRAVEL
OFFICS?Louiiiauft av nue, next door to tho
Ba.uk of Washington,
WORK8?Foot oi Twenty-seoond atreet west,
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, Washington, Mid Thir
tieth ftnd Hamilton streets, Philadelphia.
H. 0. WILSON, President.
T. P. WILSON, Jr., Secretary.
N. B.-FBLT AND CBMBNT FOB 8AL1, IN
Large an* small quantities,
Ail orders through Post Oflloe Box 634 punc
tually attended to.
Repairs to old Rook made promptly. All work
warranted. JyfM-gm*
tjTBAMBBIP ORBAT BA8TBRN.
^ NBW YORK AND LIVBRPOOL.
HOWL AND it ASP1NWALL, Agenta.<
The Bteamship
QKBAT M AST BRN,
WALTER PATTON, Commander.
Will be dispatched '
yiOU LITIBPOOL . PIOM RIV TOK,
Wednesday August 12 | Wednesday ?Sept. 8
and at it tervftb thereaiter of about six weeks from
each port.
First cabin, from?, ?~ ~ 395 to $131
gecoDd cabin, state room berths, meals
furnished at separate tables ...? #70
Excursion tickets, out and back in the first and
second cabin only, a fare and ft hftlf.
Servants accompftcying passengers and children
under 12 years of age, hair price. Infants free.
Tixlrd cabin }80
Steerage, with superior accommodations. $30
Price of passage from Liverpowl, same rates as
above.
All fares pftyable in gold, or It* equivalent in U.
8. currency.
Bach passenger allowed SO cubic feet of luggage.
An experienced surgeon on board.
For pftasftge only ftjyilTjo^ ^ WHITNBY,
Passage office, 26 Broadway,.New York.
HOWLAND & A8PIN WALL. Agents.
JelS 3m 64 Bouth street. New York.
FRANKLIN & CO.,
OPTICIANS
S44 PinsrLVAkiA Aviso*.
(north aid*,) between lTJi and uu at*.
and
IBS Pa. mmw, tmd.tr tkt National Haul.
PBBBLB ftnd PBB1BC0PI0 SPECTACLES, oor
rectly and acientifisftlly suited for* vary eyesight.
FIELD GLA88B8,
OPBRA GLASSES,
MICROSCOPES,
BAROMETERS ftnd
TBBRMOMBTBRS.
OOMPASSBS,
BORVBYOR8' IN8TRUMBNTS,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM8.
CARTB8 DB VIBITB, _
8TBRBO8COPB8 and VIBWB. Ac.
In % gTMt variety and fttth* lowest Bftstern prices,
wholesale orreUil. Jy tS-tf
N.W
70 RK
AND
WASHINGTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.
SEMI-WEEKLY BETWEEN NEW YORE
WASHINGTONamdUEORQETO WN, D. CT
STBAMBHIPB
BALTIMORE. EMPIRE,
8ALV0B AkD J AS.
8. GBBBN.
Regnlftr Bftillng D?ys W EDNB8DAYS and SAT
URDAYS, ftt IS m., from foot of High street,
Georgetown, ftnd Pier 16, foot of Wftll street, New
York,
Agent*, foot of Bigh at reet,
Georgetown, or
JAMBS HAND. Agent.
S*l?tn* 11-T WftU atreet. NewYork.
SHOOTING SIMPLIFIED. BY J. A. DON
mil. London.
The Sbooter'a Hand Book. London.
Lewis' American Sportsmen.
Fellow* on the Gun and Dog. London.
)he Field Book. London.
Crftven's Young Bportaman's Mftnuftl, London.
Hawker on Shooting. London.
Youfttt on the Dog. _
Dink*, Mftvhew, and Hutchinson on the Dog.
Floyd on Dog breaking London.
Mnyhewon Dogs. London.
Houae Dog*ftnd Sporting Dogs. London,
5he Dog; end how to break him. London,
he Gun; ftnd how to uae it. London.
ae 1 FBANOK TAYLOR.
T0PHAM?MM1UM
TKUNK MANUFACTORY
499 Iinni Br., WAMigarog, d. 0.
?llvar Medfti ftWftrdedby Mairlandlnstitute of
timore, November 7, I860.
MedalbyMetropolitftn Mechanic's Institute
Washington, D. 0.. M?.
I am constantly making, ftnd alwft
have on hand, of the oeat ma
terial, every description of
BOLE LEATHER,
IRON FRAMB, ' ?
LADIES'DRE 88,
WOOD BOX and
????? ?.?? PACKING TRUNK!
FBLL1B8IBE, CARPET, and
caAvab TRAVELING RAGS,
SCHOOL 8AT0HKL8, hi
AT LOW PRICES. '
1Aambers of Congrea* ana Traveler* will t't~*t
ft amino my rtoek be fere purehaaing *lsewh*r*
Trunks that are made in other titles.
Superior LEATHER and DRB88 TBUNKB made
[email protected] COVBRBD and KBPAIRBD at abort
?otloe.
" I* delivered free of (
toOTMtavn and Aln
i AMBB B. TOPHAM.
"Good* delivered free of charge to any part of the
Mgr. Georgetown and *
OR lOBUY I ?THAT IB TELB
'have dot
?ifree, (for the benefit ol suffering
of their mtvt ^
?a Diagnalilea*
|D*eHae, Inrfi
_ the _
,and will be
DRY GOODS, 4c.
1IU1 H?W DRYGOOI
1UU PII01B Vbit*. Plak, Blae.and Green
Mosquito Netting.
Bleared and Brown Cottons.
Sheetings, Table Linen, Crash, Diapers,
Irish Linen, Hosery. Gloves,
Cambric and Swiss Edgings, and Insertions,
Valencia and English Thread Kdgmgs,
Whit* Goods in trirr variety of quality and arloe
jet* M. TAYLOR A 00.
JUST HBOKI V?l>? r
A largo stock of
Pusher and French .ace Shawls,
Point Thread and Valencia Collars and Sets,
Thread Lace Veils. Barbes and Coiffure*,
Points, Valeneias and Embroidered H'dk'fi.
Infants' Roes and Waist#,
Guipure Laces, all widths,
Lates' styles Head Dresses, Fancy Goods,
Pteel, J#t and Tortoise Shell Bar Dro^s,
Pins, Bolt Claspe, Bracelets, Pans, itc.
Which will be sold at low prices A call Is so
licited. WM WEINBERG,
19 Market Space. Pean. avenue.
Je 9 between Rth and >th streets.
G PRICKS REDUCED.
RENAPINE Shawls, Moeambique Shawls,
Black Lace Vlantles. Points,
Bnrnous and Ficolominis in great variety and re
jed26Ced pri3**' M. TAYLOR A CO.
GAS FITTING, 4c.
WfrAS FIXTURES.
X Have In Store, and are daily receiving, GAJ
FIXTURES of entirely New Patterns and Designs
and Finish, snperior in sty la to anything heretofore
offered in this market.
We invite oititens generally to sail and examine
our stock of GiJ and WATER FIXTURES, feeling
eonfldent that we have the best selected stock la
Washington. ?
ttr AU Work in the above line intrusted to oar
?are will be promptly attended to,
mar?-tr MT1RS & MrGHAN, 378 D street.
DENTISTRY.
D DENTISTRY.
R. LEWIE Has rtmoved to *242 Pean. avenue,
two doors above his former office. Call
and examine the Dr.'s New and (m
proved Method of Inserting Artificials
Teeth, which is far snperior to any
ether mode now in use. Also. Teeth extracted
without pain, when desired. Terms moderate in
all casts. se It ly
IN
SIGESMOND A HAYWAKD,
1W AND IMPROVED INVBNTIOB
OF
ARTIFICIAL
CHEOPL1STIC BOMB TEETH,
Withodt Mitil Plats 01 Claspi.
DR. B. B. SIGB8M0ND,
110 Breatfway, A'lW York, mid. '260 Ptnnsylmnits
AesaiM, bttwttn lith and IStnsis., Washington,
Calls the attention of the pnblic to the following
advantages of his Improved system: .
1. The Teeth of his manufacture will!
never ctrsod? nor change color by any4
adds being three-fourths lighter than any other.
3. No teeth or roots need be extrated, as tks
artificial ones can be Inserted over them.
8. The roots will be made inoffensive, and never
to ache.
4. No temporary teeth are needed, as permanent,
ones can be made immediately, thereby preserving
the natural expression of th<* face, which under the
old srstem is frequently disfigured.
i. This work has bsen fully tested over five
years by many of the first chemists and physicians
of this country.
Dr.S. has also invented a white undestructit i
metal filling, with which the most sensitive teeth
can be flllep without pain, and can buiid ub a ner
fect. sound tooth on any side roots, which will last
through li'fetetime.
fall *.nd eraraln? for yourself. Jy Ji>-tf
M. TEETH
jL.i. LOOMIS, M. D., the Inventor and Patentee
of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, attends,
personally at his office In this city. Manyfl
persons can wear these teeth who oannot
wear others, and no person ran wear others who
jannot wear these.
Persons calling at my office can be ae'Sommodated
Fith any style and pr!c? of Teeth they may desire;
bat to those who are particular and wish the purest,
sloanest, strongest and most perfeot denture that
art can produce, the MINERAL PLATB will be
more fully warramted.
Booms in this oity?No. 338 Pennsylvania avenae
between 9th and 10th streets. Also, 907 Arch St.,
Philadelphia. mar4-ly
FALL STOCK.
FALL STOCK.
We have Just received a very
? 1 large and complete assortment of Ftfit*
N1TURE AND HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLE*,
which we offer at less prices than they can be pur
chaccfi for in any other honee in the District. We
name, in part:
Sofas. Arm Chairs, Rockers, Side Chairs,
Marble-top Tables. Etageres,
Gi!t- frame Mirrors, Slabs and Brackets,
Oval Mirrors,
Marble-top Bureaus. Washstands.
Bedsteads. Wardrobes, Tables,
Cane and Wood-seat Chairs, Lonnges,
Extension Tables. Walnut and Oak Dinners,
Oak Arm Cbairs, Rockers,
Oak and Pninted Cotta?e Suites,
Fiie Sofas. Cottage Bedsteads, <5tc , ice,
Feather Beds, Bolsters and JMllows.
Also,
Crockery, Glass, and TinWare,
Cutt.ery, Plated Forks and Spoons.
Also,
Buckets, Brooms, Baskets,
Featber Dusters, Dust Pans,
Flour and Sugar Buckets,&c.,&c.
Together with a large assortment of Furniture
and Housekeeping and Fancy Artioles. too nimer
onfi to mention.
BONTZ A GRIPFITH,
se 4-eolm 369 7th street, bet. 1 and K sts.
NOTICE
%
GREEN & WILLIAMS
??would respectfully inform their. , .
"customers and the public in general that
they have Just received their
FALL STOCK OF FURNITURE. CARPBT8, OIL
CLOTHS, CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
consisting in part, to wit:
Plush, Rep, and Hair cloth Parlcr Suites In Wal
nut and Mahogany _ _ .,
Walnut and Mahogany Marble-top Centre Tables
Walnut and Mahogany Rockers, Easy am* Side
Walnut and Mahogany Marble-top Sideboards and
Walnul^and Mahogany Bedsteads. Wardrobes, and
Washstands, nat Trees, and all sises of Exten
&rfi,d5"rlS,^iSr.ror.
that can be found in th?-city
And all ether kinds of House Furnishing Goods of
AlTperson? wishing to purchase will do well to
ook for themselves before buying elsewhere, as
we are prepared to sell at the lowest casa prioes.
Terns positively C^1KN & WILLIAMS,
No. 526, corner Seventh and D streets north,
e<p 3-2w,eo
gj. ~w. botblbo. j*o. w. botklm
C. w. BOTELER Be SOU,
IMPORTERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
China, ?ltii) and Crockery Ware,
TABLB CUTLERY, SILVER PLATBD WARB,
BRITANNIA WARB, BLOCK TIN GOODS,
TIN CHAMBER SETS, COAL OIL LAMPS,
JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATS,
VBATHBR DUSTERS, BRUSHBS, WOOD WARB,
AHD
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GBNBRALLT.
! Houses, Hotels, and Steamboats furnished at
short notice. -
318 IRON HALL,
Pennsylvania avenue, bet. 9th and 10th sts.
4B10 eo3m
plLlll P I L B SI
SOLDIERS AND SEAMEN,
If yon would obtain Immediate relief from this
distressing complaint, try
DR. WITVIBLD'8
VBGBTABLB PILL8.
This Is a long tried and throroughly tested reme>
dy, snd has never yet fhiled to cure. Do not suf
fer when there is a remedy within reaoh.
Bold by 8. 0. FORD, 390 Pennsylvania avenue,
Washington, and by H. OOOK, Alexandria, Va.
Bent to any address by mail. Prioe K cents per
box> J. YOUNG, Protrietor,
jy 34 3m No. 481 Broadway, N. Y.
mabbiy oollinb * oo.v
PHILADELPHIA
DRAUGHT ALE APfD PORTEE.
I am now receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT
ALB and PORTBR from this celebrated Brewery,
whickl am prepared to farnish on short aotlee to
til persons who will favor ma with their orders.
Satisfaction guarantied.
Orders given to my drivers will ha promptly at
*?toods?deilvered parti of Washington and
Georgetown, free of
Tanas:?Auk smUKaerp
RILEY A. SHIN*, Agaat,
Mm B*tVtU Green it,
aof.fl Georgetown, D. Q,
SwJt styles, suitable for tke present Mason for
JJ^snd sciool wear, to wkfik we invito tke
attention ofpawnto-^ STEPHENS * 00.
taSPaaa^Uala Aveaae, between
tfl Ninth and Tenth
gUTLBBfl,
t.
Tilllow
TRAVBLKB8' DIBBOTOBY.
BALTIMORE iNB OHlU ^? i.hiiah,
_0? Md after Tuesday. Aagnat 11.1*3. DAILY
TRAINSwill bereaum?d between WASHINGTON
and WHEELING and PARKEBSBURG, and six
between WASHINGTON and BALTIMORE, as
follow*:
FOB PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK fc BOSTON,
Leave Washington at s and 11.14 a. m. and 1 and
6jn p. m.
Oa 8 us dart atlffv. m. only.
FOB BALTIMORE.
Leave at 6.90,8 and 11 Ida. m. and S.I and 6.30 p.
m. On Sundays at 8 a. m. and 3 and 6 ,*> p. n?. only
FOR ALL PART8 OP THB WB8T.
Leav* Washington at 6.30a. m., atad 3, 5, And P jn
p. m., daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and
6 p *i. trams only.
This is the only route by which Baggage ean be
Cherked Thrmth from Washington.
POR WASHINGTON AND TUB SOUTH.
Leave Baltimore for Washington at 4.30,8 and 10
a.m.and3.50, 6 and 8 p. m. On Sundaysat 4.3? and
8a.m.and 5p. m. , . _ _
The third and fifth trains only from Baltimore
and the first and fourth train* from Washington,
?toy at way pointa.
POB ANNAPOLIS.
Leave Baltimore at 8 a. m and So. m.
Leave Washington at 8 a. m. and 8 p. m.
No train for Annapolis on Sundays.
For further information, tiekets of every kind,
Ae., apply to 6 S. KOONTX, Agent, at Washing.
ton station, or at the Ticket office.
W. P. BMITH,
Master of Transportation,
L. M. CPU, general Ticket Agent au 8-tf
1868.
SPRING AND SUMMER SCHEDULE
or THB
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
FBOM WASHINGTON CITY1
THB GREAT SHORT LINE TO THB
WEST, SOUTH AND NORTH-WEST
Making the Quickest Time. And the Only Bout*
that can sell a Through Tioket direct^ or give a
Through Check for Baggage fr?m Washington
City. With Less Changes of Cars than oa any
other Route, and no Omnibus Riditg.
FOUB DAILY TRAIN8 FROM WASHINGTON
CITY, (SundaTS excepted,)
making connections with Trains leaving Baltimore
at 7.46 a. m. and s 30 r. x.
On Sundays, One Train at 8 3U p. m.. ?ot>n?cting
at Relay with 9 p. m Train from Baltimore,
FOR THB WEST.
Train leaving Washington at 6.30 A. if. makes
connection at Washingtoa Junction <Relay House)
with Train leavingBaltimore at 8.15 a. M.
Trains leaving Washington at 3,5, or 8.30 p.m.
make connection with Tram leaving Baltimore at
9 P. M.
BB SURE TO BUY YOUR TICKET8 BY THB
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
Thii is the Only Route by which Through Ticket* Of
Through Baggage Checks can be procured
in Washington.
Knight's Latest Improved SLEEPING OARS,of
the most superior finish, attached to Night Trains,
THB SHOBTE8T AND M08T DIRECT ROUTE
TO
COLUMBUS, DA TTON, LOUISVILLE, CIN
CINNATI, INDIANAPOLIS, TERRA
HAUTE, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO,
cCc., <?c.,
KTwith libs chahgbs op OARS THAI BT A?y
OTHER BODTl.^a
Spinal
Washington.'
sing their Tti?v/uua nvamc m wu,
by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, SAVB ONE
DOLLAR in the Through price, and have the priv
ilege of visiting Baltimore (if desired) without
additional charge,
tBTC nnections at the Ohio River with CLEVE
LAND A PITTSBURG, CKNTRAL OHIO and
MAR1 tfTTA & CINCINNATI RAILROADS; and.
through them, with the whole Railway Sytem of
of tbe NORTH WE8T, CENTRAL WEST, and
SOUTH WEST.
For THROUGH TIOKET8 please apply at the
Tioket Office, Washington station.
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation
M. COLE. General Ticket A<ent. ap21-tf
1S631 THB [19AS
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
(with its oonnectiona)
IS A FIRST-CLASS ROUTE
TO ALL THB WESTERN CITIES,
SPEED. SAFETY AND COMFORT I
STONE BALLASTED AND
FKKB PROM DUST
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH ,
_ FROM BALTIMORE
THREE DAILY TRAINS FROM
PHILADELPHIA TO PITTSBURG I
Two of them making
CLOSE CONNECTIONS AT QARRI8SUBC
with Trains on the
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD,
and forming
THB GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE
from
WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE
to all points in the
WEST, NORTHWEST, AND SOUTHWEB*.
W9~ For Through Tickets apply at the oSoes of
the Northern Oentral Railroad Company, northeaa
comer of Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street,
Washington, and Calvert Station, Baltimore.
8PLENDID SLEEPING CARS ON ALL NIGHT
TRAINS.
SMOKING AID SALOON OARS ON ALL TRAINS
FROM WASHINGTON.
Passengers will taka the 8.30 a. m. and 8.30 p. m.
trains connecting in Baltimore with the 9.15 a. m.
and 9.15 p. m. trains on the Northern Oentral Rail
road, ana arrive in Harrisburg at 1 p. m. and 1.38
a. m., there making close connections, with the
trains on the Pennsylvania Oentral Rail re ad for
all parts of the West.
FREIGHTS.
By route Freights of all descriptions ean be
forwarded to and from any point on the Railroads
of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin,
Iowa, or Missouri, fry Railroad dirtet.
The Pennsylvania Central Railroad also connects
sippii Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas. Arkansas, and
Bed Rivers' and at Cleveland. Sandusky, and Chi*
cage with steamers to all Northwestern Lakes.
Merchants and shippers entrusting the transpor
tation of their Freight to this Company can rely
with confidence on its speedy transit. , _
THE RATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point
in the West, by the Pennsylvania Oentral Railroad,
mri at mil turns si./wirailisi mrt tkmrud fry tthm
?B6r?Be Ji^cSar'to mark package* "Via Peama.
""yM. BROWN, Aft Northern Oentral B. B.,
Ao SO North street, Baltimore,
ENOCH LEWIS,GenlSnperintendent Aftona, Pa,
L. L, HOUPT. Genl Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
H. H. HOUSTON,General Freight Agent,ThU^
delphla. ,y ^
OECRET DIBEASBS1 SEOBBT DIBlABlil
, SAMARITAN'S GIFT*
BAMAB1 TAN'S GIFT I
THE MOB* OBBTAIN REMEDY BYEB USBD.
? Yes. A Positive Onre" for
GONORRH(EA, GLFET, STRICTURES, ft.
Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercury.
Ttn PiiU to UTakmto Kftct a Cmt,
They are entirely vsgetable, having no small nor
anv unpleasant taste, and will not in any way la*
lure the stomach or bowels of the most delicate.
Cures in from two to fourdays, and reoent cases
In "twenty-four hours." Prepared by a graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the poet
eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present day.
?0 ?*POBOa?. *0 TBOUBLl, ?0 OHAllOUWHAT1VI1.
Let those who have despaired of getting cured,
or who have been gorged with Balaam Oopaiva, or
Mercury, tryg?MARlTAN>s GIFT.
Bent by mail in a plain envelope.
Price?Male packages, SI. Female, tS.
BLOOD I BLOOD II BLOOD ID
KS^EAL DISEASES Ac.
aStlliyi "ti.
most potent, certain and effectual remedy ever pre
scribed; it reaches and eradicates every partiote of
the venereal poison, so that the cure^is thorough
and permanent Take then of this purifying reme
dy and behealed, and do not transmit to your pos
terity that for *&i$ u^rejent in after yean.
Although you may oe pronounced.Incurable, the
SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUIOBB
will remove every vestige of impuriUes from the
if stem, as well as all the Dad effects of Mereurp.
FEMALES! FEMALES!!
In many affections with which numbers of Fe
maJeesunerT the BOOT AND HERB JUIOBB is
Bent by express. Prioe SI a bottle, or ? bottles
for ?"'SAMARITAN'S CHANCRE WASH.
Prioe tf cents. Full directions. ? , , vl ?
DESMOND * CO., Box lfl Philadelphia Port
?Sofd by I. 0ALVEBT FOBD. s ran of 11th and
gfr?SgW, Alexandria. mayd-tr
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A BIO LJ OOBOEKTRATBD TIB1
extract.
PUBS TOMIO.
DOCTOR HOOFLANO*!
GERMAN BITTEB8,
rUTAUD BY
Dm. O. BL JAGKSON, Philadelphia, Pa
WILL mPP*OTWAA VT CCU
LIVES COMPLAINT, DYSPB* 81 A, JAUNBIO?
OHBONIO OK NERVOUS D.IBILITY. DIB
- BA8E8 OF THB KIDNEYS, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISOR
DERED UVKR OR STOMICH.
?acta
M C*nrtlpo
tion, Inward Piles.
Falnes* or Blood to the
Hea?i, Acidity of the ?tomuk,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust fur food,
Fuluess or Weight in Stomash, Sour Erne
tatioof, ?inki ag or Fluttering at the Pit of tk?
Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Dtt>
flealt Breathing, Flattering at the Heart, ChoUnf
or Sulfonating Sensations when in a l*ing p->sturo.
Dimness of Vision. Dots or Wabs before the Sight*
Ferer and Dull Pain in the Ueod, Deficiency of
Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and
Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back. Chest,
Limbs, &c., Sudden Flushes of
Heat, Rarning in the Flesh
Constant imaginings
of Evil, and great
Depression of
Spirit*. ?
And tstU positively prevent Yelloti Fi if,
Ftrer, fe.
They Contain !*? Alcohol or B?d Whit
They will cure the above diseases in nine
coses out of ? hundred.
Induced by the extensive sale and nnlversaipav
uiarity of Hoefiand's German Bitters.(purely vege
table.) hosts of ignorant Quacks an-f unscrupulous
adventurers, have opened cyan suffering humanity
the flood-gates of Ne?tro?ns in the shape of poet
whisky^vilely compr*'^*^ with injurious drug*
and christened Tonics, SU-machics and Bitters.
Beware of the innumerable array of Alcobottt
preparations in plethoric bottles and bigbelllea
kegs, unier the modest appellation of Rittere;
which, instead of caring, only aggravate disc?01
and leave the disappointed sufferer is despair.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
are not a new and nntried article, bat have stoo4
the test of fifteen years trial by the American pub
lic; and their reputation and sale, are not rivallo#
by any similar preparation.
The proprietors save thousands of Letters froa
the most eminent
CLERGYMEN,
LAWYERS,
PHYSICIANS,
and
CITIZ1N8,
Testifying of their own personal knowledge, to th?
beneficial effects and medical virtues of these Bis
ters.
Do You Want Something to Strengthen Youf
Do You Want a Good Appetite t
Do You Wan1, to Build Up Your CotuUtuMmf
Do You Want to Feel WeUf
Do You Want to Get Rid of Ncrvoutneuf
Do You Want EntryyP
Do You Want to Sleep WeilP
Do You Want a Brisk and Vigorout Fteiing
IF YOU DO, USB
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS.
From Rev. J. Xtieton Brmen, D.D., Editor 0/ tkt
Encyclopedia of Religious Knoreledge.
Although not disposed to favor or recommend
Patent Medicines in general, through distrust of
their ingredient* and effects, I yet know of no
sufficient reasons why a man may not testify to the
benefits he believes himself to have received from
any simple preparation, in the hope that he may
thus contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in regard to Hooflandf
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of
this city, because! was prejudiced against tbem fo*
many years, under the impression that they wero
chieily an alcoholic mixture. I am indebted to my
friend Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of
this prejudice by proper tests, and for encourage
ment to try then, when suffering from great an3
long continued debility. The use of three bottles
of these Bitters, at the beginning of the present
year, was followei by evident relief, and restoration
to ailegree of bodily and mental vigor which I ha4
not felt for six months before, and had almost de
spaired of regaining. I therefore thank God an
my friend for directing me to the use of them.
J. N1WT0N BROWN,
Philadelphia, i one 23,1861.
PARTICULAR N0TIC1.
There are many preparations sold under the namo
of Bitters, put in quart bottles, eomponnded of tho
cheapest whisky or common rum, costing from 9
to 40 cents per gallon, the taste disguised by Anion
or Coriander Seed.
This class of Bitters has caused and will continno
to cause, as long as they can be sold, hundreds to
die the death of the drank?rd. By their use tho
system is kept continually under the influence of
Alcoholic Stimulants of the worst kind the desiro
for Liquor is created and kept up, and the result in
all the horrorB attendant upon a drunkard's life and
death.
For those who desire and will havi a Liquor Bit
ters, we publish the following receipt. Get mi
bottle H?rjUind,s German Bitters and mix with tAvss
fmarts of tood Brandy or Whisky, and the result wifl
be a preparation that will Jar excel in medifeal vir
tues and true excellence any of the numerous Lien of
Bitters in the market, and will cost much less. Yea
will have all the virtuee of Hoofland's Bitters In
connection with a rood article of Liquor, at a much
less prioe than these inferior preparations wifl
oost yon.
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS!
AND THE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS,
We call the attention of all having relations ot
friends in the army to the fact that "HOOFLAND'i
GERMAN BITTERS" will cure nine-tenths of fho
diseases induced by exposures and privations inci
dent to camp life. In the lifts, published aim oft
daily in the newspapers, on the arrival of the sick,
it will be noticed that a very large proportion am
suffering from debility. Every case of that kin?
Can be readily cured by Hoofland's German Bitters.
Diseases resultinf from disorders of the digestive
organs are speedily removed. We have no hesita
tion in stating that, if these Bitters vers freely
used among onr soldiers, hundreds of lives might
he saved that otherwise will be lost.
we call particular attention to th* following r#?
markable and well authenticated euro of one or th#
nation's heroes, whose life, to use his own '*"f-st
'has boon saved by tho Bitters 34. . "? T
Pbiladilfhia. Auguslfad, ML
i Evans.?Well, gentlemen .you
an Bitters has saved ay life. Thorn
Mturi. - -
Hoofiand'sGermanL, ??? ?
is no mistake in this. It is vouthed for by number*
of my comrades, some of whose names are appended*
and who were folly cognisant of all the circum
stances of my ease. I am, and have been tor.tho
last four years, a member of Sherman's celebrate#
battery ^and under the immediate command ef Oap
tain R. Ayres. Through the exposure attendant
upon myarduous duties.! was attacked in Novem
ber last with inflammation of the lungs and va
for seventy-two days in the hospital. This was fcL
leWtod by great debility, heightened WuitK
dysentery. I was then removed from the White
House and sent to this city on board the
"State of Maine/' from whioh I landed on the ?tM
of June, Binoe that time I have been about as low
as any one couid be and still retain a spark of vital,
ity. For a week or more I was searoelr ablate
swallow anything, and if I did force a morsel down?
it was immediately thrown up again own,
I could not even keep a glass of water on ns
stomach. Life could not last under these circum
stances, sad, accordingly the physicions who had
been working faithfully, though unsuccessfully to
rescue me from the grasp of the dread ArshcL
frankly told me taey could do no more for me ad
Sdvised ms to see a clergyman, and to make suefc
lsposition of my limited funds as best suited ns!
An acquaintance who visited me at the bospitM
Mr. Frederick Steinbron, of Sixth, below Arch st!
advised me, as a forlorn hope, to try your Bittern!
and kindly procured a bottle. From the time I
commenced taking them the gloomy shadow of
death receded, and I am now, thank God for It.
netting better. Though I have taken but two bot
tles, I nave gained ten pounds, and I feel
of being permitted to rejoin my wife and daughter,
from whom I have heard nothing for eigkteoa
months; for. gentlemen, I am a loyal Vir^?i._:
from the vicinity of Front Royal. To vonr iV? ^*
able Bitters I owe the oertainty of lifl
taken the place of vague fears^to your B?tti~
I owe the glorious privilege of again cUsrtS??
bosom those who are dearest tome in liR^
Very truly yours I?aao Miioo.
Wo fully concur in tho truth of the
ment. as we had despaired of
Mr. rfalone, restoredto health oomrado,
JOHN CUDDLEBACK, 1st New Tort
GEORGE A. ACKLEY, Co C nth u^<B*tUr'
LEWIS CHEVALIER 9&
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j' B FA8EWELL, Co. B, 3d Vermont.^H
HENRY B. JEROME. Co. B, do. ?
HENRY T. MACDONALD. Co. 0,6th?
JOHN F. WARD Go. B.Stn Maine.
HERMAN KOCHvCo. H, 7Sd New York.
NATHANIEL B. THOMAS, Co. F. 95th Pi
ANDRBW J. KIMBALL, Co. A,SdfiHM
JOHN JIN KIN B Co. B Wth PeniH
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
Sao that the signature of "O. M. JACKSCM'
on tho WR APPBRof each bottle.
rilOB PER BOTTLE TS CENTS,
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