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THE EVENING STAR.
Who hhali Dboidb whrn Poctoh"? Di?a
qrux?Theodore Paiker is not the first invalid
ssbo has "suffered many things trom many
physicians," and cried out ia agony. -when
doctors differ, who shall decide!" Ho thus re
roTds how the mobtemiueut counselors pf Bos
ton and Paris prescribed for him :
1-ast October, Dr. Bowditch wanted ine to go
to the West Indies; I)r. Jacksoa uot.
For hypophnspt-it^e?Dr. Flint, of Boston,
Dr. Bigelow, of Paris.
Against hypophosphites?Dr. I.,cuis, ot Paris.
Indifferent or doubtful?Drs. Bowditch, Ca
tjot, Moleschotf.
For cod-liver oil?<5abot, (moderate.)
Against cod-liver oil?Drs. Louis aud Btee
low.
8ome thinlr Jonph's is the best preparation
of the cod-liver oil. Dr. Moleechott thinks him
& humbug and a liar, his oil good for nothing.
Bicelow recommends Bordeanx wine; Mole*
schott, Malaga before Bordeaux; Bigelow and
Cabot, Jackson and Bowditch,whisky, brandy,
etc.; Molescbott, pilled barley.
The Princess of Wales is in trouble. She
desires to wet nurse her own baby. Court tra
ditions would not, however, allow It, as never
was F.nglish prince or princess yet euckled by
its own mother. So the healthy and virtuous
Mrs. O'Somebody was sent for, and the Prin
ces hnd a long cry, but it was of no avail, al
though Albert Edward was disposed to let
Alexandra have her own way. But Court eti
quette on this subject could not be set aside.
?yRhode Island has wheeled into the popu
lar line and the I-egisHnre has adopted a series
of resolutions in favor of the re-election of
President I?inco]n, and recommending to the
loyal people of the United Stats?, that they
??nnite with one accord" in again electing Mr.
Lir.coln u> the Presidency.
?Q^Marco Benedetti, an accomplished s win 1
lerar.d thief has been arrested in Phi.'ad-Iphia.
Amovg his victims are merchant* in Balti
more and Philadelphia and also Mr. rjilt, of
Washington, from whom he stole two diamond
rings, valued at !?>t;0.
A married man belonging to the univer
sal Smith family ha- eloped from Brooklyn,
N. Y., with a buxom widow, and has also car
Ti<*d off ?2,500, leaving his wife and family pen- j
niless.
93T The Messrs. Shaw, an enterprising firm 1
of Bangor, Maine, have purchased 1,700 aires ;
of land near Wain, Me., and are about toes- i
tahlish the largest steam tannery in the couu
try.
?^In Cincinnati, the other day, a wealthy
Qnaker refused to give any money to aid the !
v ar, bnf said there was a loose isioo note at
hie office, the committee might find
W New Orleans papers claim that th*re is j
less squalid poverty and absolute destitution j
in New Orleans than in auy other city of the j
size on the continent.
Capt. John W. Bullock, of an Illinois '
regiment, has been arretted for procuring an
r' ortion upon a young woman with whom he
had been living.
*5T"Oi) ver Bl-'Od, of East Cambridge, Mass.*
aged '0 years, has been convicted of having in
cestuous intercourse with his o ,vn daughter,
and begetting ber wKh child.
*7" A French physician has ^is-.-overed that
Lrandy or rum is the best antidote for au over
dose of chloroform.
B&J* A row telegraph line batwe^D New York
and the West, has been completed as far as
Toledo, Oiiio.
?S^" A man named Wm. Moon, had an eye
gouged out in N?w York a few d*ys ago, in a
gambling l.onse fight.
F.x-President Fillmore has been making
speeches for the Christian Commission Fair a'
Buffalo.
tJ~ 'l'ne Kentucky crop? have sneered seri
ously from the late frosts.
#?TThe sala-y of the Governor of Minnesota
J s been increased from #I,4(XJ to J.
Hay and straw cuttbrb,
tiRINDfTONK*.
WH1? LB ARROWS,
I TBAY ba?rows.
tlOEI TttU3K3.
UA L- CARTS,
OX TCKKR.
WAGON J AC i ",
^RKNCyjE-.
liATfAN 8TABL? B BOO'19.
A\ts, HATOfllTd, See
GUI B1 COMRS.
CARPS.
BKUSH18, Sue.,
TBAOK ohains,
FIFTH OUAINtj, Acc.
J. P. BARFHOLOW,
06* Seventfe street, bet?H*n
Pern arenue aa<1 C?r!sl,
feJS-eo^t Wa'hi-'ijtoa, 1). O.
II
?RK1NG b FIRE AND
f ATP.nA *K-S STaWa^VscW/^*
j p ?AfV^LOW." *- *3
street*batweea
f?26-ei6t *?=nj. a7eoae Oia*i
>v?shin?;oa. l>.'c.
BW1B J) A BJIV I B I 1) Q Jl,
8OC0X3S0ES TO
?HABLN8 S. row LIB ft 00.
IMP OR 1EB.S,
WBOLSBALS AID HITi.lL BXAISaS
OlilN A, SLA&8 AN>. BABTHBN WAUJ,
Vie* Cutlery. Plated W?e, _1o1I IleHl Goode, ?e
Pitehera, riiGck Tin Goods, Tin Ohairt>er Ps*s,
J?l>*na?tt Waiters, Water Coolers, StUarial
and Solar Lamps, Ooa; Oil Lamps, lan
terns, Stone Ware, fre., &o., As.
Goods Packed and Delivered In this Citysni i
Georgetown free of charge.
*?4 (Odd fellows' Hall) Seventh si.,
?y*-eolv Washlnrton
C'Al'ONB! WHAT'S CAPONS f-GO TO W1L
' ISUN S, 119 Pennsylvania avenue,and s^e his ;
Oapons.
IMPORTANT TO f AMIL13S3 -The nBdertignel
having pe?riect?u his arrangements in Phiiviei- >
?Lia, New Yor* and Boston, takes this method of
Informing bis old customers and the public t*a
?rally that he is receiving daily by rxpr?j?
Pritne Chester Coaaty Beet,
Povth Down Mstton,
Salem ennnty (S.J.) Veal
Prime Philadelphia Butter, Capons,
Backs ooonty and New Jersey Chickens,
3^reet Bread, Pheasants, Partridges,
Giocae. Snipe, Woodcock, and every luxury of tirj .
JSafTv-rn Markets,
Boston Clear Pork, Bonsed Pijs feet and Tripe,
Baoksl and Piekled Salmon and Halibut.
Also, a large rapply of foreign and Domestic j
fruits and Vegetables.
To families and others giving eatertairmeats j
tku is the cheapest and beet nlaee in Washington
W> purchase. THOB. B. WILSON,
119 Pennsylvania avenue,
oc 30-Sm betw?an 19th and aoth streets.
xaLPOBTANT TO SUTL.EBtf.
BUTLBBS~WILIt fIND
H. A. DOWN1IIO fc CO.'S
CONCENTRATED OL^M
TO B1 A MOST VALUABL1 ABTI0LS fo .
THJIB TBADB.
It sells very rapklly, and is the meat eoonoxLu j
art**'* diet f the officer's mess. Itisp?e?ftre?
d one minute, aud makes a most delicious Soap or
Chowder, It is highly reoemuead*> by irsny
;
ftaxg??63. Tits profits are l?f?e. ?
H A. DOWNING 4 CO.,
Manufacturers of Cousentrated food, i
No. Ill last Wth St., Neir York,
ct 1*1* by BABB0Ua A 5f J4MB8, Sole Agents, !
Of Louisiana Avenue,
seS-ly Washington, P. C.
HAf PlMBBB OB MISBBY i ? THAT IB THJ ?
OriBBTION.- the proprietors of the^' Pal- '
IMAM 0ABINBT Of WwSMES, AN ATOMS!
god MJU>IOINB," have determined ?rejKrdleas o:
expense- to issue, free, I for the benefit or suffering ?
humanity,)ftmr or tt sir most lnstruetiveand inie--- j
srttng Lectures on Marriage and its Diequalido^
tlons Nervous Debility, Premature DesHr e, Indl- '
^?stion. Weakness, Depression, or iguoraaae of
rnrslology and Nature s Law. Thsse iaraluable
lectures nave been the means of enlightening and
saving thousands, aad will be forwarded free on the
tneelpt of four stamps, by addressing Siersfery
fsrtnss C*b*tui *J isstinv *md Mclitin*.
Broadway New York. ly I? ly
From london."
Who's who in ld?4
British N *ty List, January 1%$4.
British Are y List, Jabuary )cAi.
The Boyal Calendt-r. for 1864.
Mi hat to do n ith cola Mutton.
Pace's Philosophy of <>eolo<y.
British Army Regulations, Po-ket Form. |
"5 cogf s History of the Briiisl: Navy. 3 vols.
^Doeayard Keonoruy anl Naval Power. By P.
Medical B??ulaMons of the British Army.
Williamsons Mil:tar> Surgerv. Illustrated,
feu FRANCS TAYLOR.
^TBINWAY A RONS' PIACiOfe
Bteinway Pianoe speak for ?kems?i?(w. No
Other pianos macufactwrefl caa bh
pared with them. The differ* ace i? so7y-?2sH
great that even the most une lueated wr ? * ? f *
w 111 at once discover it.
8teinways alwavs receive the first pretuiam over
all the list makers in New York, Boxion, and
?biladetnhia, whenever and wUerevtr eoiae
ia com petition. A large assortment is always to
be fuuod tor sale at factory jrices. ac the ware
rooms of W. Q. MlT/.KiiOTr,
Jat8 _eorn?rof llthand Penn avenii*.
f [NITBD BTATBB B-00 BONDSi
Vn
7NXTBD BTATXB T-ao TBVA9UBT N0TB8.
UN1TBD BTATBS COUPONS OF 1SS1,
ONITBD 8TATBB CBKTIF1C Afn# Of IB
, DBBTXDN1SF,
&oiA, Silver, Dnearrent Money, JTzohaef* on et
Mr of Bnrope and the NorthernOtUes,
BOUGHT AND fOLD.
VI e are authorised tc :Vrnirh t~V Mor V y yu
nnttJ thexst of Aagwt neat, when lbs privlledge
r! ecaversio: QSucs.
Orders tcx StDek ? and &ol #x*ct Ua (* New fork 1
eveineiveir ?*> eommlseion.
JUTTBND JUr*. fANT A 00.,
Yt Sa^ter(?d# fuut.anvaM,
OFFICIAL.
Headquarters Military District of Washington, )
WosAtnpton, D. U., February 16, 1861. J
General Orders No. fl.?Col. T. Ingraham, 38th
Massachuet tts volunteers, is hereby detailed
as Provost Marshal of the Military District of
Washington. He will be respected and obeyed
accordingly.
By command of Brie- Gen. Martindale.
JOTTW P. SHRRBURITT!,
fe 16-tf Asf istant Adjutant General.
Passes to Visit the Army of the Patomac.
1. Applications must be made at the office of
Majer Louis H. Pelouze, No. 20.1 F street, be
tween 17th and 19ih streets, between 11a.m.
and 1 p. m., except Sundays. Major Pelouze
is authorised to sign the passes.
2. If not granted at the office of Major Pe
lonze, the decision is Unal, and no reference
need be made at the War Department.
3. Passes cannot be given to females to visit
the army. ?
By order of the Secretary of W&r.
E. D. TowN*mn>,
Assistant Adjutant General.
pEOPLX'B TELEGRAPH,
MEW FIR3T0LAB8 LINK),
Diaaor to
KEff YORK, BOSTON. PHILAD1LPHIA.
AND
ALL IMFORTANT POINTS.
Wasfciigton offices?511 9th street, (westside,)
ard ccrrer Pa. avenue and 6th street, under Na
tional hctel.
CHARLES B N0Y18.
fe lfi 2w Manager Washington District.
URXITURE
FURNITURE.
*i
OAK AND WALNCT OFFICE TABLS3,
ARM CHAIRS, COCOA MATTING,
XXTINfrlON DINING TABLES,
COTTAGE ^T 3, Ac,Ac.
We have on band at cur Ware Rooms (in the
rear of the Auction Rcoms), a large stock of the
above, logeth? r with a general assortoient of
HOUSEHOLD FURNITUttl,
Which we are determined to close out at a very
snia'l advance for cash.
Also?
100 PATENT ARMY (J0TT8.
W. L WALL A CO.,
acuth corner Ninth and Penn. ave.
fe 19 _____ [Chronica.]
AGRICULTURAL IMPLFMWNTS, 8EBD3,
AND FIRTlLIZEllS.
PLOWS.
HARROWS,
CULTIVATOR',
HOES,
RAKE?,
F0KK8,
8HOVKL8,
8PADS3, Ao.
Peruvian ottano,
PREPAKET> PEKUVTAN GUANO,
MEXICAN GUANO
BONK DL'8T, fee., Ac.
J. P. BARTHOI.OW,
858 Seventh street, bitw?i>n
Penn avenue and "'aial.
fe Sa-eott Washington Pity. "
OhT1 CULTURAL TOOLS.
,.:rVT"p pubaes and soresoBs
PRC MSG KSIVE3,'
GAKDXN RAKtii,
GARDEN HOE ?,
G Ah DSN FoRKS.
GAri'JEN IKOW1L8, AC ,
And a foil variety of?
GAHD?N TOOL9,
AND IMPLEMENTS.
GARIEN AND FLOWE* SKKDd
Of ?V?ry description.
J. P. B4KTH0 OW
5fl? 8t-ventc s'reft, bet^reoa
Penn averue *nd Canal,
ff28-*'o6t Washington, i>. 0.
M
AMEY COLLINS h 30."S
FHLUDEIFPU
&RAUGH7 AX,* ASD POSTS
i. s.a bow iariffl it :xV5 ?;?# o* H 7/1 Xf H*
'? ."5 ?u4 PORTER from tab ciiihiat^d Br
I air. prepared to farn'ta cc s^ort ?c-tisc
jJ.i r^reon? who will favor n* w" sh iiteir cidstsi.
Satisfwstion g-.arantisd.
Ord^r* given tc E?y Jrl^sta vl'I *k- sroTa^tiy i?.
frCed to.
HooxU d*ii*ere<5. Lv> ?V Wtortiagv.; j
?02??town free of ok?rge
*sr? *0 is
RIL5T Ml. a.AJKiH Xgir<
#V Green si.,
n?S-*? O^-eitow- a 3.
rNBY BlKONtf.
I? 8 NATIONAL
WAGON AND COACU WORKS.
Genral Office. 525 New M?tk*t s'reet.
Manufactory, corner Second acd GuniberUi-I sta.,
I'uiikde!p!iia, Pa.
SOUTHERN D7.P0T,
Gra?ier Mre?t New Orleans, La.
CENTRAL DEPOT,
107 Water street, Georgetown, D C.
AJ1 and eitry kiid of Waeocs Carts. Dravs
"ft l'ee:b?rriw8 Titnbtr Wheels, adapted to planta
tion rv ads p;aip. or ci'y ure. Con: tantlf on hand
&P kinds ot UaTd Lumber. All work warranted.
fel9-lm
IMPROVE YOUR
EYESIGHT
by the use of the celebrated
PEBBLE and PERISCOPIC SPECTACLES,
acknowledged as the best for StrenKthentng ami
Presetting the impaired E^sight, scientifically
and correKiy suited, by
FRANKLIN A CO., Opticians,
244 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. 13th and 13th ats.,
and
3l*S Pennsylvania avenue, under National Hotel.
FIELD GLASSES, OPERA GLASSES,
MICROSCOPES, THERMOMETERS,
STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
CARTES DE VJSITE, rfe.
in a great variety, and at the lowent prices.
ja 18-tr
CUMBERLAND COAL.
W. R. SN~OW A OO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
AND SHIPPERS OF
CUMBERLAND COAL.
Office?corner of High and Water, Georgetown,
D. C.
Docks?corner Market and Canal.
Steamers Ooaled at our Covered Doeks, 10T
Water street, one block above High. Three thou
sand tonsjon hand. fa la 1 to
WOOD: WOOD!!
WOOD!!!
WM. H.~M1NNIX,
ScccihBoa to Joan BaaaT,
fio. 4 94 torntr north ? and wift 3d struts.
Das on hand a lar?e lot ef prime
HICKORY, OAK AND PINE WOOD,
Which will be delivered to purchasers at very rea
sonablg prices. fe 1-Im*
^ it J AT SEDUCTION IN PRI JK3.
>oint Coilars, Hets sad Handkerchief*,
Thread Lace Baxbes, Coiffeurs and Ytsi'l.
Plain Embroilered and Valeneia Handkerchiefs,
lufsnts' Robes and Waists,
Stee'. and Ornyi Pins Eardrops an# Oombs,
Aim, R large sto"k of Hewldresies. the latest style,
Tb* above goods wiil bi sold at low prices to rt- i
dace stock. A call is eohcited.
WM. WEINBERG,
15 Market Bpate. (Penn Hvenae.)
3a a between H~i.h and 9th street*
gJITTEKilCUBE, PANT A CO.,
BANKERS.
EO. SAB PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
WIU continue to furnish
U. ft. F1VE-TWJSNTY BONDS
A; long a issued Goveiareent, par,
. fl. Oocpon 6'a of 1
U. 8. T-SO Treasury Note*.
}J. 8. Certificates of Iiylabl^dBoaf.
f-?OLD AND SILVER BOUGHT ANP SOLD.
?xeh*n?ft urn all part* of Europe and t*o North*
CiUas sold in ram* to salt purchase
Knocks a&d Gold bought ia New ^ork ticluslvt
on Comniiision.
ft IT RITThNBOUSE . FAST 4 Oft.
fcjTEAil DYEING AND OLOTH DRESSING ES
TABL18HA1ENT.
Tbe subscriber* take thi* opportunity to inform
tbeir iriendaand the pubUe generally, that they
bav? re optLed theabov* business, and intend to
keta the beat imported Faacy and SUple Uyas. and
carry on the busings* in th* most improved atyle.
No. 44, (lastsid* of Vour-anl-a-half atra*4, south
o< Pennsylvania avenue.
fa lJ-im* DSNHAM ft LATTENES.
IB OOBD
Union fi^fwood^Sii,
itreet and Oasal,
N. 0.
_ viuOA Fit., ,.~
Corner Bgventh atreet
,9A1*. AND PINS WOOD for aala
Ml oord length jjeheaa, by N. 0. MoKJIlW,
. Corner Seventh atreet and Canal,
P 0 A L OOALll o O A LII!
c ?* 4a%*ta gp">'
P vrwhoh'l^IA'L1 NIlma*0 l-'BARN THI
V.^AfSsr*'
PROrOSALS.
PROPOSALS FOB VOBiQI,
Obibf Qbibybbmastbb'b Offios. >
WaBHTSGTO* Dbfot. Deo. 3,1363. |
Bbalkd Pbopobals Are invited by the under
signed for supplying the L. d. QuartermaMar'a De
rtrtnent. at Washington. D. 0. Baltimore. Md..
lexaddria, and fort Monroe, Va , ox either of
these places, with Hay, Corn, Oat* and Straw.
Bide wiii be received for the delivery of 6.0T0
bushels of corn or oata and #> tone of hay or straw,
?u>d upwards. _
Bidders mcit state at whieh of the above-named
points they propose to ma>e deliveries, and the
rates at which they will make deliveries tar reat,
the quantity of each article propoied to be deliv
ered. th* time when said deliveries shall be com
menced, and when to be aompleted
The price mnst be written ont in words on the
^'corn to be pat up in food stout ucks, of aboat
two bushal* each. Oats in like sacts of about three
bushels each. Th" sacks to be furnished without
extra charge to the Government. The hay and
straw to b$ s> cnreiy baled.
The partjculcr kind or description of oata, corn,
hay or straw proposed to be delivered most be stated
^AH the?artic!es offered under the bids herein in
vited will be subject to a rigid inspections by the
Government Inspector before being accepted.
Contracts will be awarded from time to time to
the lowest responsible bidder, as the tnterest >f the
Government may require and payment will be
made when the whole amount contracted for shall
have bean delivered and accepted.
The bidder will be required to accompany hia
proposal with a guaranty, signed by two respousi
ol* persons that in ca?e nls bid is accepted he or
they will, witnin ten days thereafter, execute the
contract for the same, with good and sufficient
auretieR in a snm equal to the amount of the con
tract, to delivtr the for ?ge projosed in oonfo.-mity
with th* terms of this adveitisement; and in case
the said bidder sh on Id fail to enter into the con
tract, they to matrt- good the difference between
the offer of said bidder and the next lowest respon
sible bidder, or the person to whom the contract
ira> be awarded
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the offisia; certificate of a U. 3 District
Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other offi
cer under the United Plates Government or re
epoi Bible person kuown to this office.
Ail bidders w; 11 be duly notified of the acceptancc
ortrejflction of thoir proposals.
The full nane and P.O. address cf each bidder
must be Ivgibly written in the proposal.
Proposals must be addressed +o Brig Gen. D H.
K-acker, Chief Perot Quartermaster, Washington,
U. 0., and rfcould be plainly marked "Proposal?
for forage " _ ? . ...
Bonds in a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract, signed by th? ooutrastor and both of his
Suarantors. will be required of the successful bid
er or bidders upon signing the sontract
B'a: k forms of bids, guarantees, and bondi ,ma?
be obtained upon application at this offi ce.
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
_ (Town, County and dtat >)
(Datel
I.the (subscriber,do hpreby propose to fumiat
and deliver to tbe United States, at tbe Qaarter
roaster's Department at ?, agreeably to the
terms of your adverti- ement, inviting proposals
for fo'age. dated Washing to a Depot, Dec. 8, 18>i3
-ne fo lowing artiolea, viz :
. bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bushelo'
66 pound a
bushels of Oats, In sacks, at p3r bushel of
33 p< unds
tons of baled Hay, at per ton of 3,000
pounds
tons ot baled Straw, at per ton of 3,0flC
pounds. .
Delivery to commence on or before the day
of , 186 . and to be completed on or before the
day of , 186 , and pledge mj-Relf to enter
into a written contract with the United States,
with gord an* approved securities within the space
of ten daye after being notified that ray bid h:.s
beeu accepted. Your obedient servant.
Brigadier General D. H. RfCKsii,
Genaral D?pot Qoarterrr? aster.
Wauhinglon, D. 0.
GBARATY.
Are, the undersigned, residents of , ;n th#
County of . and Etate of . hereby,
jointly and (severally, covenant with the UnitsO
Btates, and gutrartee in c^se the foregoing bid of
be incepted, that he or they will, within
ten flay* af'tr tre acceptance ofsiii bid, ?i-scute
the contract for the i-sjxiv with good and eufccleat
sureties, in a auin equal to the amount of tho con
tract. to furnirh tbe forAge propose^ ia sosforiaits'
V'Jtbe ,trn5" -v? ^T-Ttisfci.?">?* 0aCuta6f.r (j,
an?mr whiCu the bid was made, and, in c"?e
the paid Ah ail fail to enter into acootrv:* as
aforesaid, we guarantee to nuAe good the differ
ence hstween the offer by said and the next
lovest responeiMe bidder, or the person to whom
the contract may be awarded.
Witness,
Given uud-r our hands and esals this day of
,188. I Seal.l
' [Beal.J
I heresy certify that, to th* best of ray know
ledge and" belief, the abova-nansd guarantors are
good and sciSrient as sureties for the anount for
which t?ey offer to be security.
To be 9 i?ed by the Dnit-d 8tat&3 District At
torney, Collector of Customs, or an? other officer
osier the United 8t*teis Government, or reapor
aible person known to this office. _ BC0KBKf
de 9-tf Brig Goj. ana Q M
jlRUlUhALij FOR iiliiUli.
CHIBF yCAF.TKKMAtiTPRN OrFIC*. )
Deporof Wasliinston corner cf i*'h and H
H.? hifxtin. L) (', ^eb.S'i ISrtl. N
Pf ai.kn Pb?posai 8 will be received at this oWae
utti' MONDAY, Ma. ch 7, 1^ ;4, at 12 o cloak v..far
the delivery at the Railroad Depot, or Goverunnat
w' arf. foot < f G ntr ?ti?1bii city, tha f>i?a?rin?
emcunts tnd kii.dfc or good merchantable bricks,
\ )Z
, a 0,(.ii0) one hucdrei thousand Ha^J Bed Brlek,
i li o u.<>) ote hundred liicusand Ar .b Brici'1.
( (u,*'<H:)ob9 hundred thousand baimon Bricas.
1'elive; j of t!?e wbo'e amount contract;! fort")
bi made m (J?) twenty-five days fruin tha date of
c' ntrsct
Bocdf in arum ?qnal to half of the amount of Lbe
contract will be required of tbe sncc9ssrul bialjr
or bidders. . . v , , ,
Bids received for the whole amount, or eaca kind
CVbe bricks eontracred for will be subjact-d to a
ri?id inspection before beitg received
Proposal must be plainly endorsed " Propasals for
Biicks," ar d addressed to the undersigned.
1> U K jUi\?lv,
Brig Gen and Chief Quartermaster,
fe 26-td Depot of Waahington
jpBOPOSALB I OR CAVALRY HORSKS.
War Dbj Abtment, Cavalry BrRitc,
OJ/iu df UiitJ Ouaritrmaster,
Wa'Mngton, U. C7, Feb 2l;19b4. ,
Bbalbd Pboposalb will be received at this office
until 12 O'clock m., on MONDAY, March seventh,
(7ih,' 1861 for
TBRBK THOUSAND (9,n00) CAVALRY POR919,
to be delivered at Montpelier, Vt., within fifty
(?0) days from date et contract.
ON* THOUSAND M/<n> OAVALRY HORSBS, to
be delivered in Washington, D. 0., (Giesboro*
Depot)within thirty (?u days from date of oon
ONE' 1HOU8AND (1 0-0) OAVALRY H0RS18, to
be delivered in Slmira, N Y? within forty (?i)
day a from data of contract
Also sealed pioposals wili be received at this of
fice until 12 o'clock M., on THURSDAY, March
tenth (lothj. 1WH, for TWO THOUSAND (2,000
CAVALRY HORSES,to be delivered in Whee ing,
W>st Virginia, within (30) days from date of cdu
tract.
Said horses to be sound In all particulars, not less
than five (S) nor more than nioe (9)years old; from
14^ to 16 hanrfa high: full fleshea, compactly built,
biidle wise, and of else aufficient foe cavalry pur
poses.
Thf.i$ spermentions will be strictly aeltmrtd to and
TtiicUy tnforud in ever? particular.
No old will be entertained unless accompanied
by a guaranty of ita faithful performance,
*ySh<-a)o any United Btatea officer guarantee
the proposal of a bidder who ahould prove to be
irrespontible, his name will be recortelto the Sec
retary of War. with a recommendation that such
officer be dismissed the service.
Form of bid and guaranty can be bad on applica
tion to Captain J >bn W. MoKlm, A. Q. M.; at Bos
ton, Mass ; Capt. J. G. Farnsworth, A. (I. M., at
Wheeliog, Va., or at this offlee.
Successful bidders will be prepared to enter tnte
written contracts, with good and sufficient securi
ty, immediately on the acceptance of their bids.
The oath of allegiance moat accompany each
The undersigned r?serves the right to reject all
bids deemed unreasonable. ...
No bid will be entertained fer leas than fifty
hoists.
Payment will be made on completion of contract,
or as soon thereafter as funds may be reoelvel.
Proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for Cav
alry Hot^ee.,, and addressed to Lieut. Col. James
A Skin. Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau,
Washington, D. O.
Any further Information will be promptly given
on application Mo JAB, A. ?KIN,
fe 24 td Lt. Col and Chie' Q. M., Cavalry Bureau.
-1
i offic
KENDALL'S
ABBOLIII ret TBI KA1E.
kMBOLJN
HOJUrMJfS,
BMAUTiriMa,
OVOKATK8,
LMNGB TBMJVff,
lITVtOOIUTMa,
nouRunsa,
KMBELL18SM9
TBM BA1B,
UNDALL* &KBOXONB is a rare oomponnd
stimulating extracts from flower*. Boots, as
Hsrbc, fer the GROWTH, BBAUTT, aa? F?
MANBNT VIGOR of the HAIB,
?* Highly beneficial where the hair requires
gentle stimulant." Dm. CHILTON,
" Have never had anything whieh to perfec
answars the purpose of a hair dressing."
WABBBB WARD, BM.,
Ho, 47T Oana street, N, Y.
M After being bald for seven years your AMBO
LINB has covered the entire scalp with NBW
HAIR." , Prof. JOHN SBNIA,
Bo. If King street, B. I,
foe salt by aU Druggists and fauoy Goods
Dealers, P?t ia boxes, (oontalaloc two bottles,)
prioefl. . *
liaatiMtgred and for sale a* wholesale by
EBHDAia. * BAHMBWEB,
Bo. MB BaoAjwrAT.il. >?
a NALYTIOAL DIGBSV Of THB LAWS Of
n-jjtu-,. int. ww.
PROPOSALS.
lOFOlALB FOE LIM1
OBlBF QUABTXKKABTn*8 OlHOI, 1
JD*POT Of Wa0B1IGTO>. |
WASsnroTos, D. 0., Feb. 13.18d4\
Bbalrd Proposals will b? received st this omc?
on til JFHI DAY. March 4. l?64. at 11 o'clcok, for Ten
Tboustrd (10,000> Bn?hf>1s of good merchantable
TTBslecked Lime The whole amouat to be dellv |
ered within thirty(fln) dayAf-om the date of can
t act at t ueh point* ii> the ciTy of Washington as fa*
Depot Quartermaster jr.*y dir?ct The Lima to
weigh not less than eighty (#>) lt>?. to the bu?S?l.
The amount ofTerea by the succe???ul bidder* will
be subject to a rigid inspection br ao inspector ap
pointed by the Government before Ming aC3?ptsd,
PROPOB1LH
The price mast be written oat ia word* on the bid,
as unit al?o the fall name and post office address
of the bidder.
Pro jo als from ditloral parties will not be eon*
sidered and an oath of allegiance mast accompany j
eroh proposition
Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen D. H.
Bncker, Chief Quarter.-naoter. Depot of Washing- I
ton, Washington, D 0 , and should be plainly
marked "Proposals lor Lime.'*
GU A. i'AN VLB.
The bidder will be repaired to accompany his
proposition with a guarantee, signed by two re
spoafib'e persons, that, in case his bi4 is accepted,
he *illatonce execute the contract for the samt,
witb good and sufficient sureties, in a Rom equal to
the amountol the contract, to deliver tbe articles
proposed in conformity with the terms of this ad
vertisement; and in case the siid biddershonli fail
to etter into the contract, they to make good the
diff-ience between Ike offer of Bald bidder anl the
next lowest resporsiblo bidder, or the person to
whom the cmtrset may be awarded.
The responsibility of the guarantors most be
shewn by the official certificate of the Clerk of the
nearest District Court or of the United States
Dist ict Attorney. .... . , ..
Bends In a stun equal to the amount of the con
tract. Mcneri by 'he contractor and both of his
guara Vrs, will be tequiied of the suocassfal bid
der or bidders up^n signing the contract.
fOBM OF GTj ARAN TBS.
We, the undersigned residents of , In the
county of , and 1 tato of , hereby, jointly
and *?-vtral:y, covesart with the United Slates,
and fcuars? tet in care the foregoing bid of
b? accepted, that he or they will at oace execute
the contract for the saua, with gc d and sufficient
sureties it a sum equal to the amennt of the oon
trsct. tc furnish the articles p'oposed io conformi
ty 1o the terms of the advertisement JaUd Feb
ruary 13 1*6?, aider whl h the bid wai made, and
In case tbe fiaid shall fall to ent-er into a eon
tract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the
oifTfretce between tbe rffirof the said and
the i ext lowest responsible bidder, or the person
to * hom the contract may be awarded.
Striven under oar bands and seals
this day of , 18# - , ,
[8-jM.I
I Seal ]
To this guarantee must be appended the official
c*r1i?cat" above menti med.
The risht tj reject any or a 1 bids that may be
denned too high is reserved by the D^pot Quarter
matter as weii as tho right to select from each bid
fuch qnanMtln at tbt prices therein named, as is
required by the Government.
D. H. RU0K1R,
Brig. Oen and Chief Quatermastar,
fe 13 td Depot of Wasnington.
OHdnakcb OPFICi,
War Dbpautmbnt,
Was/nation. Feb. 23, 1364.
Proposal? will be received by tola Department
until I U ASDi. Y, Msrch 15. at 4p m . for tbe de
livery at thefoiiowirg Ar ena's,of HORSK KQUI P?
VENTS, United Str tea Cavalry pattern, as herein
after specified :
Ai the it ew York Arsensl ,8,Goo sets,
At the Frankford Arsenal. 5 000 tets,
At the Ailfjihanv Arsenal, o.dOt sets.
At the Cincinnati Depot, 3.000 gets,
At the St Louis Arsenal, 3,000 tets.
These sets of Hcrsa Bquipments are to ba fur
nithed complete, except tha horse hru-h, curry
c< uib,lariat, picket pin Iiuk and b.inkei. The curb
ti.d waterirg bits the m*l eabls iron hardware,
and sti'rup'', are to conform striotly in pattern and
fiuish to th< s? deposited at the Arsenals above
nsmtd. Tiie trees are to be of the reeu'^tioa pat
tern. ?sfort*:d sixes?not less thsn S:i inches b?
tntth tbe b&:s cn the iaaide of the pummel, the
side bars of white wood, the pummels and cintles
of beech, well put together; alt the Irons oas tenth
of an inch thick, and all let into tae wo^dr to be
Ctveied with t?je bett s tughtered cow ttivi.., all
other Covering to be reject :a. Ihetre narsto bj
srbjec! to inspection durlr g all stages of the mil
utactnre, hut the equipments will be iinpejt<d at
the Areenalt-' where delivered
I'fliverie" must bo. mid9 in lot? of net !e?s than
fifty sets per week for a 1 coritricts of W) set^ or
nr-oer; one hunl eJ sets oer week for s i contracts
from fro cp to l/iOO g't*; t *o hue r?d s-^ts p?r
f< r nil contracts of irom 1 '>< o to sets; and five
hci' rfd set? ptr vtik frr ail cout acts of from
2.i >.t to 6 (/?' sets. The first delivery to be made oa
tr,? ?<1 da*? of April, 1 d4
ITailu! e to rr.ake d>? veries at a ipee'nad time will
fibj'ct the c ntractor to a forr-itu.e of the num
ber h<- rosy fail to d'-lii'er at that time.
No b As will be contidered from pfrtiea other
tf an regular tijanura^tcrers. acd Si ch as a re known
to th'S Depariaectto be folly competent toexecite
in their ovn shops the ?ork oroposed lor.
liiddcis will enclose witb th?s r bids the written
ackn'wUdgmint of tbelr sureties, over their own
signatures
jS.tci p*Tt> obtainirg a contract will be obliged
tcenleainto bonds, wuh approved sareties, for its
fsithial e^cTUtion.
T pou the award being made, raecers'al bidd-rs
will be notified, and furnished with farms of con
tiact aid bond.
the department reserves the right to reject any
or al! bid!-, it i.ot oetineci eatipfacxo".y.
1'ioporals will be ad lreseed io Brig-idisr General
Gecrge L\ lltiussy. Chief of (irlcano\ Wiviiog
toi>, D. C anl will ba ecdo sed - ProposgU tor
Hors? Zq-ipments." u#0. D RA A3 VY,
fe'z: eo9t Prig Gen., Chief 0** Ordnance.
RDNANCB OF^ICl:.
WiK Ffpartmbut,
Wathin'.ton, February 23, 18i4.
PkoiOSAlS will he itccive 1 at tbis Departoiant
ui til MOb DAY, M rch 14'h. at 4 p. m., for ths de
livery at the New York Areriml of SfvitH L ght lav
airy habits United B'a evregiilaticn pati. rn
'fhtFe Pabre* are to b^ mvla in strict a ^jrdaooe
with tbes andard pattern> to be saen at tae New
lcrk Ariital . .
TLty aie io be subject to the usual inspsction
and proof, atd are to be inspecttd at the armory
where made.
Deliveries must be made in lots not Iesw than 5?
Sabrei per week, To-ail contrasts of s.(mm 8abres,
or uiicer; l,W-t" Sabres pe- week for ail cor>traits of
from 6,0 <i up to 12.i t 0 Sabre?; 1,&K) Sabres par wi<fk
for all contracts ofa^ove I2.?f 0 S*bros: the first de
livery to be made on the 4th day of April, 1&54.
Ktifiirfe to aelivsr at a spacitted time will subjact
the contractor to a forfeiture of t'ae number he
msy fail to deliver at that time.
N<> bida will be conside.d from parties other than
regular manufacturers of fcabras, and each as are
known to this Djpartmsnt to be fully cjmpsteat
to '*ecute in their own workshops the work pro
posed for.
Bidders will enclose with their bids the written
ar krowledgment of their sureties, over their owq
Mg>>atnre. ,,, ^
la h party obtaining a oontraet will be reqairal
to enter into bonds, with approved sareties. for its
faithful execution.
Upon award being made, successful bidders will
be notified, and fat niched with forms of contract,
a I'd bora, . .. ,
Tht Department reBervf a the right to rejeot any
or all biaa If not deemed natiifactory.
Proposals will be addreaaed to;lBrigadier Gene
ral George D. Ramsay. Chief of Ordnanc*, Wash
injrton, D 0 and wLl be endorsed 'Pro oosals for
Cavalry Sabrea." GBO D. RAMSAY,
ft25 eo9t Brig. Gen., Chief of Ordnance
J)R0P08Al/8 FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Offi'.t House uf Rtpre**ntalive*, U. S. (
February 24, 1854. <
Fxalkp Proposals will ba received gtthia office
until 12 o'cioek on BATORDAY, the Mth day of
March next, for famishing for the use of the House
of Rentesentativts of the United States,Three Han
dred Tons (2,Wt pounds* bsstWhite AihOoal .steam
boat site, and Fifty Cords Dry Pine WocmT TIhe
whole to be packta away in the vaults of the Capi tol
at rneh places as may be designated by the Caief Bn
g netr in the service of the House of Representa
tives. and to be delivered by the 20th of April next.
Bond* for the faithful execution of the contract
will be required, and an oath cf allegiance must
*PBl?%rV<foVanS?coai will be considered sepa
rately, and satisfactory arrangements will be made
for the correct m.as^rement^f ^H||g0N<
fe?-bt Olerk House Representatives, U. S.
CHLBF UUART1RMA8TBR 80BFICB, )
Drpot Of Wa?hi*o*o*. S
WaskinKton. B. C., January 4,1864.)
AU defers in Di ugs, Hardware .Lumber, Leath
er Offle* Furniture .Harness, and SadiHery, are re
quested to send to this office, on the MONDAY of
each week, a aealed proposal or durluau.of
the articles they are prepared tofnrnish to thi?
Denot atsi ort notice, with the prior of each mark
ma ia pialn Ogurea. so that, in case the exlcenoiea
of the service require It, the artiile or articles can
be obtained without delay, and at the lowest priee.
Dealera wishing to sell to th Is Depot will be re
Jaired to furnish the Ust B^ctaally everr Hon
it morninc.
Brigadier General end Ohtof Ottartermaeter,
ji^tf Depot of Washington.
pusinu) 019JB ^jgtniD OIDXRU
1 have Jul received per schooners "George 8.
1 oOer for sale at the lowest market price, ia ??ts
titles to suit porohasers.
O*. i'-b.
()
?"I^RIKSMAB?Protected by Royal Letters Fatent
1 of Kn*land, and secured by tMe seals of the
?cole dePhannaeie de Paris,and the Imperial
College of Mcdlc.oe, Vienna . . _ . _
Trimmer Ho. I is tie efeetau*remedy for Relax
stion. Bneriaatorrhoea. and Szhsnstion of the SyS
lesmarNo. fbas enfirely superseded the
june of Cepuva, Cubebs,- &o. Tries mar
Mo* S is the infallible remedy for all Impurities and
?wondarr Symptoms, thus obviating tfie use of
mercury ind aU oUier deleterious itfredients.
Mi-a pi operation is In the form of a most agreea
hle Losenge. Secured from eflects of climate and
changes of atmosphere, in tin cases, at 1|3 each.or
four 93 easel in one for |l, and in 0S> oases, ttni
saving #9. Divided in separate do*?? as adminis
tered by Valpean. Sallemande, Koux,&e., ?c.
Wholesa'e and retail by Dr. BARROW, Ho. 194
Kim. "> ??? St;?
uomsr llth street. no
gUTLM8, A**W
ffriitiin iMfju wsPBiDcvpui ??? o?
1DI WOLOWBEl'L
Boons, V9, 916 V ?""* ?* Seventh
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No. 999 PENNSYLVANIA AYENUB.
BetvMa Matk ui Tntk ftrtctt,
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?TOOK
Of
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in
DOMESTIC
LIQUORS,
WINKS,
SKfeAKS,
TOBACCO,
AND
Grocerios for the Oamv*
UNBUBPA8B1D
IN
A380BTM1NT AND VAEIST?
BT
INT 8T00 IS THIB 01TT,
UB CONTRACTS
THB LABG18T PAOKBBS
II IU
CTATAB 07 MAINS AND NXW JMRsiZ.
ihabli us to ottxb
KEBMETIOALLY-SEALED
MEATS,
JPOULTBY,
FISH,
FBUITS,
ABB
VJK*BTABLEft.
f
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M0B1 MAEBPT PBICSS,
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BB1N& BOII A&j?FTB
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Of
MBSBBB JBANB BININGB2 & 00.'*
OBLBBBATBB
BOTTLED "WINES AND LIQU0BS-.
HOMESTEAD BYE,
HABVEST BOUBBON,
WHEAT NTJTBIENT,
UOLD MEDAL MADEIRA,
GOLD MEDAL SHEBltY,
QOLD MEDAL COttNAO,
B1P VAN WINKLE GIN,
VAN TASSELL ABOMATIO SUHNAPFt
O-OODSPEED * BBO.'S "OLD TOM,"
WB BMP THIM
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? \B. JOHNSTON,
U BALTIMOR1
! _ LOOK HOSPITAL
; OfflOl No. T SOUTH fBBDfBIOK BTBllV
? T HE ONL Y PHYSICI AN A OVER 71SJN**
! Pm di*crv?r??d the n?o?t { ert*in, fc*?Adr pfj"
i twal Ll(<; ?- th* *c:ld r
diebasjs Of IMPBUDBNOI
' Relief in Six Hourt ? No Tr jti?r '
I Person* Rwned by ltnornnt Pretemdett, 9T by
Dendly Poison Mercury, sh.vld apply
. _ tturned ta'rly.
A CURE WARRANTED OR NO CHARGE in
w FROM ONE TO 1 fro DAYS. 17
i ?? tha Back, Involuntary Discharges
i jetton* ?f the Kidney* and Bladder!
i i?J?t#IBelr- Gereral Debility, Nt-rvoasnees, Dy?
57T?? no7\ J** 8 ??' rit"j Confusion of id am.
1 ? v.bp ^#*rt. Timidity, Trembllnc
Th?L?t ?E?!i4<iiD^w- Di*???eoftke Heaf,
! Lnn? ek'?- Affections of the Liver!
: ii.r" iVisin.*^?r?B^'.w*1*~th0'e T?rrih'? Dioor.
' imi?tm5 ?m .Bo,,tHlr Hiibit? of Yoath-the
' Xin^i! 3 p'*?tiee? m:>re fatal to their
! h^.wtV^iL0? BTr?n' *3 *h? mariners of
?-??!? V *"*,r mott brilli-at hoiws or
I anticipations, rendering marriage, a.0., irapossl
? , \OUSG MEN
tarWcMhitVead"' wftifc
TAKE PARTICULAR. NOTICE
Tb?se are seme cf tl.e haU and m? anct i. ?
prcduif d by early babiteof youth,
of the Back and Lit bit Paia in tbe II ad Di*nnt22
of Sight, Loss of Mu'cu'sr Power, Palpitation^?
the lit-art. Dy?p<psy. Nervous ifaufiltftw n?
raneeaent of the Di<?stire Functions, U,.n?r?i n?
bility 8? mitoms of Consuls pliou, Jte
r "? ' * ? - -
ret
of L
Ate
tude, Timidity, & c
M.lKRruir
Mariied Pirfott.s, cr jouo* men oi nteii.p 'at/n
marriage, awa-e of Phytic*! ^r^kness, Orcanf*
Debility. rtesticg of trve Or^a:..* Dtforni'ies Aa
should arr^y immediately. ' * ?
He wb-ip'aciB bir self uB'ler th? rare oft* j
may ic! *.uu? ycotfi .e iu>.i?boi,. raa#.?*? ti m'%a'
atd cocfiacDtiy rely n>oa ins esiii a Poyiissaj '
ORCAEIC WSAEsisiT IMPOTlNC?
IMPBDlMEiSTB TO MAKBIAOB
By Dr. Joi lisUsn's raarvslocs tr?* mout W??k
nfB? oT the Organ* is sp*?<?ily cur?d anl fall yi*or
reatcred tl oasatdg ot tha most asryoua debili
tated and impotent wbo ba'i lost all hopi, hay?
been jnimeOiately r?>i*Ted *
All impedii ett? tora* r.ajja, PhyHical or M*nta?
Dirqual.Ccati^ns. Lo'a of Procre.at.yt< Power N?r
?oua lr;itat iiity,Trt-rablin:?,%?ti W-ikna n or
fcauftioD ot the ino-t fearful kiotf, ape^ijly oarnd
1/B. JOHNSTON.
Mam>er of th? Jtoral CoMe?e or Pargeons Lon
don, Graduate from une of tbw* out emirent Ool
legea in tLe Utitod ?tatea. a*id the greater part of
whort life L?* bo. u spent m ilie b-?ap;taU ofLon
don. Paris, Ptiiladelphia and ei *wht re, ha*effected
aooie cI tbs meat aatuuiahmtc eur<>a tbat were ?T?r
keewn: ustt-y troubled with in the bead
aid tarawben aslt??p,|rreatD?rveu oesn.beR'anned
at *ndctn Hounds, bsKh;uij->ss with freaaent
bli ehic*. atieuded Foraetiint* wi h ddrau?r?inent
of mind Wt-re cut* d nntu-aifct*;v.
y ounu ms y
who bave injnrfd thtrinaelres i > a c-rtiin pra?t!e?
iniulrad inwl:fcr a one?ah&btt fr neatly Ifarnel
lr-me?ii com pin ions, or at *cheu!,tb? eff-rtnof
which are tii#btiy telt ?T?n when a?le?p and if nr>%
ca:ed recdt.a msrri&fe impostibi , nud d^H roya
both mind a?.d b. dy,, hoa'.d a opii iacr-ediately.
Wtat&pity th?t * ycung tran. ti;-? hopi of fci?
eon. t.y acd dar! ng of bifl ps.n tp, a jonid be
aaatclied from all ihe prosp- ;tt aiid "cjoymenta of
life by the cots'equince of o> yintion from th-* pith
oi ualore and inaul?iu<r li ? ?? ???"?> eecret habit
tuch i?*-eonfc tunst. h?f r? cootemnl .tin s
? ^ , MARh'lAbk.
reflect that a Bonn' mind and bol aro t ie rn jrt
c-cessarr requisite* to promote <? -nn?ii i .! h^ppi
nesiin-jetQ, without there the J tbromk
.lie btemifck a weary pi'*riine*e ^ro?p?>ct
hourly da.keis to the tI?w; the mind ^ecstnea
al adf.wed wi h deapair and filled with 1th melan
ftcly rtflecii t a that the bappineaa of an uct i<
b'iihted w t>- < ur own.
OF IMPRUDENCE.
when tbcfmisf?ld?d and imprudent rotary of
pleaanre flnda he baa imbibed the aeedaof tki* pa tu
tu I diaeare, it often happena that an ill-timed aenae
of ahame ordread of diacoTery deters him from ap
plying to tbose who. (rom education and reapeota
bility. can alone befriend him. He falla Into the
har.ds of igioiant acd deai^clog pretenders, who.
incapab e of coring, filch his pecuniary substance,
keep him trifling month after month, or as long as
the smallest fee can be obtained, and in deapair
leave him with rained heaHh to aigh over his jratl
icg disappointment; or, by the uae of that deadly
?oi-cn Msrcury. h%aten the constitutional cymp
r-irs cf thia terrible dfaeaae such aa Affect:ona of
the Head. Tbro&t. Nose, Skin etc., progreaainff
with fti^blful rapidity until c?atfc pats an end tw
his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that un
discf vered country fr ^m wbcee bourne no traveler
retntDB.
OFIIOB 7 SOUTH rBBDBRICK STRICT.
left hand aids going from Baltimore atrqet, a few
deers from the corner. #ail not to observe name
and cumber.
?y No letter* received unless poet-paid and eon
taining a stamp ti be uaf ri on the reply. Ptrsont
writing should state age and Bead portion of ad
vertieemei t d^scribict; sympt?ma
The Dr '.<? Ihploma Hants in his Ojk't.
iNDOSSEM*N*f OF TUB PH*j8.
The n:ai.y thousands cured at this institution
vritb'n the last twenty yf tp, f.nd the natae'-oas
important 8nr*ic?i Up rations perf: rra d by Dr.
Jo^uttcn. w itne stdfc. the report.ra of'? Th, Sun'*
aid rntnv other pnpets, notices of i?hi~h bare ap
S?Ereda?sia atd esdio b*for' tfce public hsiidea
>b sicndiug a? a een'lecan f 3haract?r and re
sionaioility is a enfl'cient ?;akrant^e to the af?
fiicted
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Jftgj-ty
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k SAMARITAN'S GIFT!
SAMARITAN'S GIFT!
TKR MOST CURTAIN BSMBDY KVIR USB v.
" Vug. A Positire Cur-e" for
OONORRHCEA, GLEET, bTKlCTURES, tr .
Ocnt^n uo tlireial, no no Mercury.
Only Ten Filh to bt Taki-.t to Efiui a Oi:u,
Tbey r.re entire!? vegetable, havisg no smell not
any Uiipicasant tast*. and wilt not in &?y way in
jure the sit mach c: bowels cf -he raceti*. tic?t?.
Ctirer in from two to i;.cr days, and recast cas?#
in "twenty-four boars." Pi^psred by a erai ir't
oftbe University of Penr syivsr.ia, one of the nost
eminent Doetrvra and Chemigto o.' the present da-,
10 EXPOaUS":. SO TI0C3LE, *0 OK 1301 WIUT^TS*.
Let those w-.o hs.ve despaired of getting cured,
cr who inaTe been gorged wi'.h Oopa:.'a, ot
em.
Bent by m^ii in a pUin envelope.
If rice?Male par.iAge*, female, 91
BLOOD I BLOOD II BLOOC !I]
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la offered the nubiie u a pesitive enre
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HABITANT BOOT AND H2BB JUICB, litlt
moat potent, certain and effectual remedy ever pre
scribed; it reaches and eradicates trerr parti ale of
the venereal poison, so that tne care is tkuroUfffc
and permanent. Take then of thia purifying reme
ay and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos
terity that for wMchjoa^i^repeat In afler years,
jUthoagh yoc miy oe pronouu^ed incurable, the
BAMARITAN?8 BOOT AND HBHB JUIOBS
will remove every vestige of impurities from the
system, as well as *11 the bad sfieets of Mercury,
1BMALB8! f BM ALBS M
Lu uaxy affections with which numbers of Vs
m?l?* suffer, the BOOT AND IIBBB JUI0B8 in
most happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, f?
Whites, In bearing down, Balitoe of the Womb,
Debility, and tar all complaints incident to the se*.
Bert by express. Price 91 a botUe. or C bottktf
for if
rA lABlTAN-S CHANOBB WASE,
Price SficanU. Fuil dlrtctiocs.
DBBMOND * CO., Box 1*1 Philadelphia port
Mot.
Sold by 8. OALVBBT POBD, s net of llth asfl
gEBNBY*dOOB. Alesandris. may g-tr
Y CONFIDENTIAL. , __
OUNO MKNwho have injured themselves hy
certain secret habit? which unrit them tor buuneas,
pleasure.or the duticeof married life; also middle
ased or old men, who. frpm the follies of youth o?
other causes, feel a debility in advance of theit
years, before p'.asiug themselves onder the treat
ment of any one. should hrst read THB SBOKKT
PBIBND " Married Ls<1ieswill learn somethins
of importance by perusing " The Secret friend.
Bent 1o any address, in a sealed envelope, on re
T.?CS?ot^?? 6TCARI ^ 00
de 14-lr Boston. Mas*.^
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Washington, D. C,
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.forwarded with BAfBTY AND
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UN0BTH, BAST, WB8T, AND NCBTHWBBT.
Its principft1 ofB ots are
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? m Haying made arrange menu which? ?
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f |? AAA VUtl ?????*? "V iwasa auvie
Watehes, Diamonds," Jewel* j, uwm ??
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BTTm thousand dollars to loAnoaBf** ?jM*
at the above place. a.*-to
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