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THE EVENING STAR.
IFrom tbe Maine Farmer.)
MY DAKLI Nfl'S SliOK*.
lWtC?lBEO tO TM08B WHO Wilt VMOfKAt V* I? IT.
God blrafttlw little feet that can never a>> astrar.
Per the lift'e 8^oim> are empty in my closet laid
aw?y!
Sometimes I take ore in my hand forfaiting til! I
gee
It is a little half-wcrn shoe, not haii'large enough
for me;
Ami all at cnce I feel a sense of bitter loss and pain.
At sharp a? when two years ago it cut my liciirt in
twain.
0 little feet that waritd not, I wait for them no
more.
Per T air drifting on the tile, but thti' have reached
this shore.
And while the Minding t?ar-<Jropf wet the-e little
shoes ?o old.
1 trj u> think my darling's feet are treading streets
of gold. . . ^ ,
And so 1 laj them Jcwn again, but always turn to
say?
God bli ss the little feet that ?uw so surely cannot
stray. ?
And while I thus am standing, I almost seem to see
The little form biside me. just as it us?d to be !
Tiit little face uplifted with its sweet and tender
eyes! ?
Ah eh' ! I might have known that look was born of
Paradise.
I reach my arms out fondly, bat thoy clasp the
empty air!
There"- nothing of my darling but the a'aous he
lice t to wear.
O iho bitterness of parting cannot b?< done away
Till I meet mjr darling where his feat can never
stia>,
W hen ? r i? more nm dri^te ' op.vt the surginsr ti 1?,
But with him siif-Iy " inded up >n thy rivtjr's si 1 ?;
Be patient heait I while waiting to see the . hiaiug
way.
ior the little feet in th9 golden street can n?vr
(ts.'rai ?' H .
tUF'Piat cflicis have be-'n r?op??ned in Teu
r?f-vre nt the following places: M?*nphi3,
Ts'rehrillp, Clark^viile, (rallatin, Slielbyville,
ATcrtrtesboro', CUattauooga, and TwuoxMlle.
1&~ Arrangements are miking by <he (rov
eTnment lor leasing tb>*abandoned plantations
in Middle Tennef-see. The Government a^ncy
has "teen established at Pulaski, in G-iles
connty.
tar Three colored soldiers of the 5.5th Mass,
regiment, have been handed Jacksonville,
Florida, for ccniimtting a rape upon, a white
?uman there.
W Cap'. Bowers, of the British navy, has
penetrated China, np the Yang-tse-Kiansr, 1,4:10
miles above the city of Slianghae.
KTAn order has been issued in Nashville
ordering all who have not been vaccinated to
go outside the picket lines.
t&~ A pang who were engaged in counter
feiting notes on the Brazilian treasury, have
been broken np in New York.
?E^M'.ss Anna E. Dickinson is in very ill
health.
M3T The farmers in Illinois are already sow
ing their spring wheat.
Adelaide Ann Proctor the poetess, and
daughter of Barry Cornwall, is dead.
?yUnion meetings are being hold all over
Arkansas.
OLDKANCB OFfiCBv,
Wau D?p*rtmbkt,
Waskinfton, Peh. 21. 1S64.
pR0r0SALS will be received by this Department
urtil T?"?' ay, March s at 4 o'clock p. m., for tn-i
delivered at the Sprmgfiald Armory Miss . of 6,000
stts tf wr ught iron wcrk, for United Status Ar
tillery Harness.
Tht- n?riiecb Irors are to be pae'ved -n well r\a-id
boXe?. con ainirrf twelve single s?=t*e:i b, t^in, %n
if-THn-'Tt ?ur fen wheel and e*.?rt lead bcrses
ard each twelve *ets go packtd will ccutisi uf tli
fol'owing lieces :
3 pairs 'oujj FlaiiifS, complete,
" Hire stoit Iltrjtji, com -d-*e.
I pairs medium Barnes, com. Iste,
48T'ace0iips wi h 144 rivets,
4 ?nU*>e Loots or e> es.
12 t ad- le hocfa, (fcent for cattle,)
T4 TlftCe Bje3,
Sh ;ocg Cf;:ds with tofg'es,
54 itcit Ct& nswiih totalis,
4 Bn as"; Bf oks.
J Leg Gu'.rfia, with m rivets.
f-Jddla Loops, s.raight for ridiog ra-i ! e pummel,
'tfcete Harness Irnsareto conform strictly in
pattern au't w-i^hc t-> ti^e m<.ue! sets lo t?e st>.?a in
this o'fiee ir,d at the >*p in^fijlt Armory? %ra t > be
tin o<h''y bui'Led, ?e to & I it- ?taati?rd en?'
and t-cti p.'.ce is to be rode f the s:zf and kiud of
irr e pretcrib>d in the tTric'al bill r f iron, co >. of
whi*h csr be ot>t-: atth's o^ice at thi New
?Jfc.rk Agency anl hi tfe?Hpritig6eld i mory,
AH tbe irors .*ve "O be w^-ll J kpancrl?tha j.*p&a
to be of the be-.t quality s'-d w^ll takcl on. ? t *y
are to be . a rject io ln?recti"n ftt the facto y wuers
E?d . fc^fore arid R'ter j panning
The a are to be n-arkea with the maker's
natt , tto eir.e, trdthe letter.1! U. 8. A. Th.^ latter
lette'eorg fourth of an hi
All the T>i?ep* are to b" ,lp in proper bundles
propt.lv labeled, and each box is to be CA:etuliy
pack d. ns pre.'cribfd b? the Tn.?p?cto-. ^h? r-* k
t g to-* tf> be rail for at the Iasp-'Ctor'-1 va.uitioa
Xeiiveries are to n'ide at the rat ? of s tha i
sixtyper d^y. coxcmen'Sing on the'2t dav of
Mtrch rert, *si'ur? to "?e':iv?-r at ? spe^idei i.iraa
will tubi'ov the contrac or to a for.'^itnre of the
cndbcr'lie. n. ty fail to celiver at that tiine.
No bid.-, will be irousid-?red except fiom pirtie^ ac
tually t ngsgsi in the manafac'ure of thi< or ?imi
lar Mi da of iron work, acd who can briTSg ainas
??ldence that th?y havs in their own ^hopi all the
machinery t-nd arplisnces for turning out the fall
am< net of worlt fpe< ifled rer (?ay.
Bidder* will be required t> furnish proper so-iuri
ties for the proper performance of ths wor'c. inl
Will enclose wlih their bids tbe written acknowl
edgments of their sureties orer their own sigia
tnres
JSath riri?' obtaining a contract w'l 1 be r?inirel
to cr?f r into bords with approved sureties f ?.* its
?faitbfu! execution
Upon the award being made, *nc3e^"fn' bidders
will be toiified atid furnished with forms o con
tra?* and bond.
The Department reserves the right to r?j?2t any
or all bid* if not deemed ?a*isfaitory.
Proposa's will be addr -e'ed to " drigadier <Jen
?ral Ge-rge i>. Kamsav." C^'ef of Ordria,>ce. -TaHii
irgtcn City," a?d will be endorsed ''Proposals for
Harness Iroas." GBO. D. BAMSA"?,
fe 24-enSt Brig. Gen. and Ghief of Ordnancs.
EBNAI.OlOrKICB.
War Depaktmkxt,
Washington. February 23,
Propos 4LS will be receiTftd by this Department
until MONDAY , March 14th, at 4 p. m., f-r the de
livery at t'.;e New York Ar*en?l of Horse ar
tillery Sabres, United States regulation pitt>*n.
These Babres are to be made in strict accordance
with tt e ?'tancsTd rattern to be seenattte New
York Arte^ai.
They are to be subject to the usual inspection snl
proof, and are ta b<? impacted at lae Armory wnere
made.
Deliveries mnst be made at the rate ef not Ttss
than ?<JD 8abr?s per weak, coiiimtncui# the 4th day
o
of April, 1864.
failure
to deliver at a specified tim? will subject
the contractor to a forfeiture of the number he
may fail to deliver at that time.
Vo bids will be considered from parties oth'r
than regular manufacturers ef Babies and such as
ire known to the Department to be fally compe
tent to execute in their own shops the work pro
posed for. Bidters will enclose with their bids the
written acknowledements cf their sureties oyer
tbeir own rignatures.
Bach party obtaining a eontraet will be required
to enter into bond with approved sureties for its
faithful execution.
Upon the award being made, successful bidders
will be notified, and furnished with forms oi con
tract and bond
The Department reserves the risht to reject any
or all bids, if not deemed taiisfactory.
Proposals will be addressed to "Brigadier Gene
ral George D. Ham fay Chief of Ordnance, W*su
icgtcn.D.C and endorsed "Proposals for Horse
Artillery Sabres " G10HGB D. R\M3AY.
feS4-e?td Brig. Gen.. Chief of Ordnance.
W1BB ft I1TIKI SGT
8D00l380aSTO
CBABLBB 8. fOWLBB * 00.
Importmrs,
WV0LP8AU l*n KITAIL DK1LKK8 18
OHIKA, GLASS AND BAR1HBH V7AHS,
VIM Cutlery. Plated Ware, toll Metal Geo*-.. Io
Pitchers, Slock Tin Goods, Tin Chamber ???,
Japanned Walters, Water Coolers, fitheria':
and Solar Lamps, Coal Oil La*apa, tan
terns, Btone Ware, ke., &o., <!co
Goods Packed and Delivered in this City ac4
Georgetown free of charge.
*?4 (Odd fellows' Hall) Seventh t'*.;
Vy l-eoly Washi9?ru>d
C^BJSAT BARGAINS I* 8KCON O-UaND flANOd
f TO X AK X KWM ?One tine octave
Gable's make almst new, Gne 6V4B5Jj ftj
octave Rosewood, Gilbert, $123. One 0)4" ?
octave Lend A Co., 'to?ewo<v!, 0120 One 8 octave
Gilbert, ^so. One old faehio i foetsve. fis. All
of These Fianoe are in host order and will be sold
?pun easy monthly payments, at th j Mu^io iitore of
W. G MKTZBROTT, corner of llt:i strset a^d P-i.
av. Bole ag?nt of fitainway A font' Pl?of s fes
NBW ATTRACTION.
t Vkrit'tlate Shoe Store In ?th Street*
I HAVl OPBM1D TH1
LARGEST, FINkST, AXD CHEAPEST,
BOOT AND haOB 3TOit4
In the elty of Washington, with a very ext :ariv?
Stock of
LADIBSV MI?PEfl'. CniLDRPN'"
GXNT8, AND BO^BBOOTB AN,)
Of every btyle a id t^uadty, at prie?j to Riltfcvery
lM)<ly u ?? ?k , ? t1-. *PB*fc'TMAL.
Ko. 61? ftk street, Intel.igea^f r-.iock.
Sd dcor fcu<?v? DetrsBt. westeid*.
WST A great Variety cf MILITARY I B.
noli ? >x.Qj
HB COBff11>BNT1AL GUIDB.
A TrtctL'tOf * Sttnincl Weokntss."
Old, young, married, atd single, will ijvu some
thing of lmportanoo tr perusing tnla work.
Ladles will also learn something to tu jir a-tvan
tage by pernslnf " Tht Corfdsrrtlal G'4ide."
Bent I* any addr?e?, in a ?en.W'l envelope, on ;>?
togelptofteneentaand on# red stanip
- A- tAI^J?TAsIr?
4t!l-tn*J4w < PnJton Mom
gjBLYABB (8WI83) UHXBEJB?Of very eiicuoe
Vf euality.just frorj imnortet's bands.
HTO k BPRGHBLL,
Ofrn*r Vmrmnnt ?vt %r^ ??
TM BWOUAO iNI) TM JlimIf JfiBLD
OFFICIAL.
HfadquaHert Military District of Wnskinrjicm, >
Washington, D. C* February 16, 1S61. $
Gfneral Orders No. 3.?Ool. T. InsrahHtn, 3?th
Massachusetts volunteers, is hereby detailed
8s Provost Marshal of the Military District of
Washington. He will be respected and obeyed
accordingly.
By command of Bri*. (ten. Martinrtale.
John P. Shbkbtjrne,
fe IG-tf Assistant Adjutant General.
to Visit the Array of th* Fotoinac,
1. Applications must be made at the office of
Mnj">r Loms H. Pelouze, No. 20H F street, be
tween 17th and 18th streets, between 11 a. m.
and 1 p. m., exoept Sundays. Major Peluusea
is authorised to sign the passes.
2. II not granted at the office of Major Pe
louze, the decision is final, and no reference
need be made at the War Department.
3. Passes canuot be given to females to visit
the army.
By order of the Secretary of War.
E. D. Towns*ttt>,
Assistant Adjutant tGeneral.
i TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
:
BALTIMORE ANB OHIO RAILROAD.
On and *ft*r Wednesday Jannary2,1th, 186t,daily
trains will >?e run betweou Washington and New
i'ork, and Washington a^d the West as follows:
EORPHH.ADELPHlA,NEV. YORK and BOSTON
Leave Washington at 7 and 10.45 A. M. and 5
and 7.30 P. M., except Sunday. Oil SunJay, at 7.30
P.M. only,
FOR BALTIMORE.
Leave Washington at 7 and 10.4? A. M.
and S, 4 25,5 and 7.3'" P. M. daily, except Sunday.
On Sunday, at 7 A. M. and 3 and 7.39 P.M., only.
P<>R ALL PARTS OF THE WEST.
I<eave Washington at 6.2" and 7 A. M. and 7.30
P M. daily, except 8tmdar. On Sunday, at 7.30 P.
M ?nly,
FOR WASHINGTON AND TUB 80UTH.
Leave Baltimore at 4.50- 7 10 8 4t uni 9.40 A
M. aiio $.20,5.15, and 8.20 P. M.. except Sunday,
On Sunday, at iM acd 9.40 M. and 3.20 P. Si.,
? FOR ANNAPOLIH. ?
Leave Washington at 6.2*> A.M. aod 4.25 P. M.
Leaye Baltimore at 7.10 A M. and 5.15 P. M.
Trains leaving Washington at 7 A. M. and
7 30 P. M., go through to New York without
Change of cars Sleeping Car on 7 30 P. M. train.
?"The first and fourth trains from Washington,
?e<J third and fifth trains from Baltimore, stop at
all way points.
tor further information, tickets of every kind,
Ac., apply to George S. Kooutz, agont at Wash
ington station, or at the Tfefcet Office.
W. P. SMITH, Master of rransp'fn,
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
J* 20-tf (Intel. A- Chron.)
FURNITURE.
FURNITUItE.
%
OAK AND WALNUT OFFICE TABL2S,
ARM CHAIRS, COCOA MATTING,
EXTENSION DINING TABLES,
COTTAGE SET)!, Ac , Ac.
We have on hand at our Ware Roomi (in the
rear of the Auction Roous), a large stock of the
above, together with a g;ner*l \s3ortment of
HOUSEHOLD FDRNITU3S.
Which we" are determined to close ouffat a very
tmal advance for cask.
Also?
100 PATENT ARMY ODTT3.
W. L WALL <fc CO.,
south corner Ninth *nd Peaa ave.
fe 19 {Chronics.]
TlSNVy SIMONS,
rl U. ? NATIONAL
WAGON AND CO*CH WORKS.
Genral Office, 6?5 New Market s'reet.
Manufactory, corner Second and Cumberland sts.,
Philadelphia, Pa
SOUTHERN DEPOT,
Gravier street. New Orleans, La.
CENTRA!, DEPOT,
1(7 Water ftreer, Georgatown. D C.
All snd every kiid of Wagocs Carts, Dravs,
M hee:l?arri.w:i Timber Wheel 4 adapted ;o planta
tion reads p'aip or city use. Cos?tantl? on hand
eT kind* ot Hard Lumber. All wt;rk warranted.
fe!9-lm
IMPROVE VOUR
EYESIGHT t
by the use of the celebrated
PEBBLE atd PKR1SCOPIC SPECTACLES,
acknowledged as the best for Strengthening and
Preserving the impaired Eyesight, scientifically
and correctly suited, by
FRANKLIN <fc CO., Opticians,
244 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. 12th and 13th sts.,
and
Pennsylvania avenue, under National Hotel.
FIELD GLASSES, OPERA GLASSES,
MICROSCOPES. THERMO ME TE.RS,
STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALB UM3
CARIES DE VISITE, dec.
lr^ great variety, and at the lowest prices.
la l?-tr
CUMBERLAND COAL,. %
W. K. SNOW & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
AND SHIPPERS OF
CUMBERLAND COAL.
Office?corner of High and Water, Georgetown,
D. O.
Docks?corner Market and Canal.
Stealers Coaled at cur Covered Docks, 107
Water street, one block above High. Three thou
sand tons on hand. fe 9 l;n
^EBAT REDUCTION IN PRIUE8.
Point Collars, Sets and Htndfcerchiefs.
Tarsad Lace Barbes, Coiffeurs ana Vei's.
Plain. Embroidered and Valencia Handkerchiefs,
Infants' Rob?>s and Waists,
B'eol acd Ornyx Pius Haxdrops and Combs
Also, a large stock of Headdresses, the latest style.
The above goods will be sold at low prices to re
duce stock. A call is solicited.
WM WEINBERG,
18 Market Spann, (Peon, avenua.)
Ja 23 between xth and 9th streets
^ITTBNHOUBJ, IANT k CO..
BANKERS,
hO. 3fit PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
W ill continue to furnish
C. 8, FIVE-TWENTY BONDS
A; Iocs % issued Government at ru,
. i Coupon Ci of 1
U. 8. 7-30 Treasury Note*.
U. 8. Certificates of Indebtedness.
BOLD AND BILVBB BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Ezehacge on all part* of Europe and the Northe.
Cities sold in sums to rait purchaser!.
ttock* and Gold bought la New York exclusive,
on Commission.
jylT BITTENHOUSE.tANT 4 OQ.
STEAM DYEING AND OLOTH DRESSING E8
TABLISHM JcNT.
The subscribers take this opportunity to inform
tkeir iriends and the public generally, that they
have re op?ned the above business, and intend to
keep the beet imported Ka.icy and Staple Dyes, and
carry on the business in the most improved style.
No. 44. east side of Four-and a-half street, south
of Pennsylvania avenue.
fe ?-lm* DENHAM A LATTENEE.
WOOD! WOOD!!
SAWED IN FOUB PIECES
AND SPLIT VOB ONE DOLLAR PEB OOBD
N. C. MoKNEW,
Union Eire Wood Mill,
Corner Seventh street and Canal.
Hickory, oak, and pine wood for sale
cord length, cheap, by N.C. MoKNEW,
Corner Seventh street and Canal,
COAL COAL II COAL II!
OE ALL KINDS, ON HAND,
AND EOB SALE BY
N. O. MoKNEW.
Union Eire Wood Mill,
s?? Corner Seventh street and Canal
IMPORTANT TO SUTLERS.
BUTLBBS~WIL L EIND
H. A. DOWNING 8c CO.'5 *
CONCENTRATED CLAM
: TO BE A MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE EC
THEIR TRADE.
It stilt very rapidly, and is the most economic
diet f the officer's mess. Itiaprsgaied
n one minute, acd makes a most delicious Soup or
Chowder. It Is highly reoemmended by Army
Burgeons. TEe profits are large.
H. A. DOWNING A CO.,
Manufacturers of Concentrated Eood,
No. Ill Beat 18th St., New York.
Of salt hv BARBOUR A SEMMES, Sole Agents,
6i Louisiana Avenue,
? I-It Washlagtoa, D. Q.
. g~iAP0N8! WHAT'S CAPONS r~GO TO WIL
I v> BON'S, 119 Pennsylvania avenue,and see hla
?IMPORTANT TO EAMILIE8 -The nndersigoed
having perfected his arrangements in Philadel.
nhia, Sew York and Boston, takes this method of
informing hla old customers and the pnblie gen
A?*ny that he la receiving daily by exi
ie Chester County Beet,
h Down Mutton, _ _
ty(5f, /.)_
every luxury of ths
a. WlliHOM.
?Lta ^ .11B Pennsylvania avenue,
oetweee ?th and ?ta
??-.w re.assdlittst.
morosAis.
pSGFOBALS f 0 X I01A61.
Oinr Qpabtxixastei'b Orrioa. |
WA8Bi*STO* D?i*o*. Dm. a, 18ns. (
' ? ?J-r) *?0F03ALS are iavitftd br the BUdflT
ci^nea tcr imppVyii!e the u. A. Quartermaster's De
?pr r?1, *4 Washington, D. 0.. lialtimore. Md..
i Alexandria, and Fori Monroe. V* . or either of
1 t*?e places. with Hey, Corn, Oat* ard 8tr*w,
! . will b? r#celved for the delivery of 6.000
i nuahela of com or oats and #> tona of fear or straw,
&od upwards.
t Bidders must state at which of the abovenamed
points they propose to ma*e deliveries, an J the
ratea at which they will make deli Tories thtreat
the euantity of each article proposed to be deliv
ered. the time when said delivering shall be aom
; me need, and when to he completed
; .The price maat be written oat in words on the
bi.Q2,
Corn to be put op lis good atoat aaaka, of about
? two bushel* each. Oats in like sacks of a&outth-ee
bushels each. Thesacka to be furnished withont
1 extra charge to tae Government. The hav and
straw to be srcnre?y baled. T laa
The particuicr kind or description of oats, corn
hay or at raw proposed to be delivered moat be stated
in the proposals.
All the articles offered under the bida herein In
vited will be subject to a rigid inspection by the
Government Inspector before being accepted
Contracts will be awarded from time to time to
the loweat responsible bidder, aa the tctereat of the
Government may require and payment will be
made when tbe whole amount contracted for aball
have been delivered and accepted.
The bidder will be required to accompany hia
proposal with a guaranty, signed by two responsi
ble persons that in ca' s hia bid is accepted he or
they will, witnin ten days thereafter, execute the
contract for the aame, with good and sufficient
aureties in a sum f qual to the amount of the con
tract. to delive r the fori*e proposed in conformity
with the terms of this advertisement: and in case
the es-id bidder should fail to enter into the cor
tract, they to mak? good the difference between
the offer of said bidder and the next loweat respon
sible bidder. or the parson to whom the contrant
may be awarded
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
fbown by the offiia: Certificate of a D. 8 District
Attorney. Collector of Customs or any other offi
cor under tbe United States Qoverctaeut or re
sponsible person known to this office.
All bidders will be duly notified of the accentsaae
objection of their proposals. ? a3*
Th* full name and P O. address of each bidder
must be legibiy w-itt*n ia the proposal.
? Proposal* mu*t be addressed to Brig den. D H
Bueker, Chief De^ot Quaitermaster, Washington"
D. C., and should be plainly marked "Proposals
for forage "
Boi.di la a mm equal to the amount of the con
tract, signed by the contractor and both or his
guarantors, will be required of the aucceasful bid
car or biddera upon signing the contract.
Black forms of bids^guarantees. and bondi .may
be obtained upon application at this oiSce.
? FORM Of PROPOSAL.
(Town, County and State)
(Date?
I, the subscriber ,do hereby propose to furuisi
and deliver to the United States, at the Quarter
master's Department at , agreeably to the
terms of your advertisement, inviting proposal*
for forage, dated Wasbingtoa Depot. Dec. 3? 1553.
tne fo lowlng articles, vis :
bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bushelof
#6 pounds
buahela of Oata, In sacks, at per bushel of
32 ptunds
toDs of baled Hay, at per ton of row
pounds '
tons of baled 8traw, at per ton of 3,000
pound?.
Delivery to commence on cr before the day
or , 186 . and to be completed on or before the
?? day of , 1M , and pledge myself to -inter
Into a written contract with the United States,
with go. d and approved securities within the space
of ten days after being notified that my bid has
been accepted Your obedient servant.
Brigadier General D. H. Rusk**,
* General Depot Quartermaster.
Washington, D. 0.
iit _ GUARATY,
We, the undersigned, residects of? , in ttt??
County of aul ptate of . hereby.
Jointly and several!?, covemnt with the United
tttatea, and guara: tec in caee the foregoing bid of
-??? be accepted, that he or they will, wiihio
ten days after tli6 acceptance cfsaio bid, execute
tee contract for tea same with good and tmSMent
sureties, in a snm equal to the amount of the con
trast, to furnish the forage proposed in confer mitj
to the terms of adv rtxsement dated December 8V
IIs3- under which the bid was made, and, in case
t^e said shall fait to enter into a contract aa
aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the Clar
ence between tha offer by caid and the next
lowest responsible bidder, cr the sersoa to whom*
the cotre.cS may be awarded.
vvitn^Bn,
Given uBdsr our hands ana seals this ? day of
,12S. IHeal.j
[Seal.]'
I hsrf>b7 certify that, to the beat of my know
udge and belief, the above-named guarantors are
good and sufficient as sureties for the smonnt for
w'llch tbey offor to be security.
To be e. ified by ths United States District At
torney, Coruc"'jrof C!?at< nis, or any ot^.er o?5oer
under the United States Government, or respon
sible person known to this office.
? D H.BUCESS,
de 9-tf Brig. Gen. and Q. M.
J>iiOi'OHAlib IfOaTb KIO K . ~
Chief QDABTsa.v %st*r's 0yy;r!2. J
Dtpotof WasJi intton corner of and (r sts S
c _ Wa:luvmen. D. C, Feb ?j, HJm. \
cEAi.ED Pkop(isai.b will be recsiTrd at this oiflce
until MONDAV. March 7, 1*M, at 12 o'cloek m., for
the delivery at the Railroad Depot, or Government
wharf, foot cf G strut ia this city, the following
vir' UEtS ,ndk5aa8of good merchantable bricks,
(lOO,(*J0) one hundred thousand Hard Red Brick.
< ]? M one hnndrt-d thousand Ar:h Bricks.
(100,'i<s<)one hundred thomand Balrnon Bricks.
Delivery ot tre wbo'e amonr t contracted for to
be made in (Jfij twtnty-five days from the date of
contract
Bo: da in asum equal to half of the amount of the
contract will be required of the successful bldtlar
or bidders.
Bids received frr the who!e amount, or each kind
cf bricks
'1 he bricks contracted for will ba subjected to a
ri?id inspection before heing received
ProF?lH^!'!mua,? he plainly ?ndor?el "Proposala for
B. icks," and adarcseel to th* usdersigD?d.
D a R jCKJSIt.
, Brig Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
fe 26-td Depot of Washington.
pROPOSALB ICR CAV ALRY H0R8B8.
Wah Dkpaktment, Cavalry Bcaitn, I
Ujfin of thief Quarurmaster. >
q . n Washington. D. C., Feb. H. 1864. \
!^*"w08AL8^will be received at t'aia office
(7ih ifor m"on MONDAY. March seventh,
TEH1JS THOU8AND (3.0P0) CAVALRY H0R8S3,
delivered at Montpelier, Vt., within fifty
(60)days from date et contract.
ONB THOUSAND ?1,100 CAVALRY HORSES, to
be delivered in Washington, D. 0 , (Giosboro'
Depotjwlihin thirty (*); days Irom date of con
tract
ONE 1H0USAND fl (TO) CAVALRY HORSIS, to
be delivered In Elmira, N Y., within forty (40)
days from date, of contract
Also sealed proposals wili bo received at this of
fice nntil 12 o'clock M., on THURSDAY, March
tenth nothJ 1;64. for TWO THOUSAND (2,W>)
CAVALRY HOB8B8. to be delivered in W'hee ing.
West \ lrginia, within (30) days from date of con
tract.
Said horses to be sound in all particulars, not less
uan five (5) nor more than niie (9) years old: from
14<a to IS hands high: full fleshed, compactly built,
Dtidle wise, and of size sufficient for cavalry pur
pOMfl,
.Tilts* specifirations imll be strictly adhered to and
TXUdIV. Znf(?[c.tfL ,B et'*rf particular.
?o bid will be entertained unless accompanied
byJUfJL,Lr*!aty of Jt5 fikithful performance.
houla any United States offieer guarantee
the proposal of a bidder who should prove to be
irresponsible hia came will be reported to the 8ec
retary of War. with a rerommendation that auch
officer be dismisavd theaervice.
form of bid and guaranty can be bad on applica
tion to Captain i jbn W. McKlm, A. Q. M . at Boa
ton, Maaa : Capt. J. G. Famsworth, A. Q. M., at
Wheeling, Va., or at tbis office.
Successful bidders will be prepared to enter Into
written contracts, with aooaand sufficient seeurl
'^Ljpujec. iately on the acceptance of their bids,
bid ot of ftlle*l*uce must accompany each
v-Tb5 nn^?jsigned rsserves tbe right to reject all
bids deemed unreasonable
No bid will be ectartalned fer less than flfty
horses.
Payment will be made on completion of contract,
or as roon thereafter as funds may be received.
Propof ala must be endorsed "Proposals for Oav
addressed to Lieut. Col. James
4- u? D'. 0 ?.* Quartermaiter, Cavalry Bureau,
Washington, D 0
Any further information will be promptly given
on application to J4S. A. SKIN.
fe 24 td Lt. Col and Chie Q. M., Cavalry Bureau.
KENDALL'S
4S50LIII VOE VHi B&m.
A UBOLIN
UGZ3TZNS,
R?j.uTinxat
O r-OSATXS,
L J5A* OH THIS
INVIGORATES,
Ti 0 UEISEEJ,
BuasLLiansi
THE 3AIR.
TA. a-AIL'S AMBUL1N1 is a rare compou iii
stlmulattDg extracts from flowers. Boots, aa
Herbs, for the GROWTH, BJIAUT7, and PHB
MAN1NT VIGOR of the HAIR,
" Highly benoficial where the hair requires
gentle stimulant." Da. CHILTON.
" Have Mver had anything which so porfeo
answers the purpose of a hair dressing."
WABRJiN WARD, Hsq.,
Ho. 37T Cana street, N. T.
r w?V*tr bel"* Uld f0f **??? years your AMBO
UUIH has oovarad the entire scalp with
HAIB- *rof. JOHN 8BNIA,
Ho. Si Blag street, H. T.
*er Ml* h all Druggists and fancy Goods
Dealers. Put la boxes, (containing two bottles.)
end tor eale a* wholesale br ?
KUTDALL * BANNISTEB,
, Mo- i*? BaoknwaT.H. T.
A'??2?tkJ!yZSZ
9?iSSt&%?suiKoWfla1?
present time. 1 vol. fjjo. i?g??ito the
f&ANCK TAYLOR.
PJK)POSALS.
f\BDNAJiC* OPfiU-,
V/ Wil DfTARTMIST,
WatHdMtok, fr?, 25,13g|.
Proposals will be rrc?i rod by this Department
until rtlePDAY. Hlrtit 15,It 4p.m. for tbed?
iiTeryat tbe foi vwic? A r'Wi'?, of HORSB 1QUI P
KliiTtf. Lulled Statos Cavalry pattern, as herein
altar s in cilled :
At the New York Ar?ensl.8.0<*< g^g;
At tha f raa&f.ird Aksecal. 6 iV> seta.
At the AHr* hany A rs?nal. 6 (?00 seta.
At tne Cincinnati Depot, s.uGO sets,
At the St Louis Arsenal. S,0W? sots.
There seta of ilcrsa Equipment* arc to b? fur
niched complete, except the ho rue bra.*h, carry
a m:>,lariat, picket pin fink and blanket. The carb
rxd WateriLg bits the maleable iron hardware,
and stumps, are to conform atrlc.iy ia pattern ana
finish to those deposited at the Arsenals above
namtd. The trees are to be of tbe legulatiou pat
torn. sworttd sires?not less than 8>j inches be
tween tbe baa on the inside of tho pummel, the
sid* bars of white wood, the pummels and cantles
of beech well put together; all tne irons one tenth
of an inch think,ana all let into tta wood; to be
covered w-tb the beat slaughtered cow bide; all
other covering to be rejected. The tress are 'o bj
grMeet t<> inspection during all stages of th j man
ufacture, but the equipments will bein?pectal at
tbe Araenaia where delivered.
Deliveries must be made in lota of ect less than
fifty seta per week for ail contract* of 500 sets or
u?oer; on? hundred aets per week for a.t oontracta
from fOO up tj 1,000 set1*; two hnudrel seta par w*ek
for all contracts of irom l.WO to 2,003 seta; a ad five
buLcred set* per weak foi all contracts of from
2,< K- to C (X 0 aets. The first delivery to be mads on
the 2d day of April, 1S64
failure to make deliveries at a specified tims will
subjretthe contractor to a forfeiture of the num
ber be may fail to deliver at that time.
No b os will be considered from parties other
tban regular manufacturers, and such as are known
to this Department to be fully competent toeaocute
in tbe-r own shops the work prooised for.
Bidders will enclose with thuir bids the^rittsn
j sckncwledgmant of their sureties, over their own
I signatures
Bach part) obtaining a contract will be oVjei
! to enter into bonds, with tpyrordd sireii&o, lor its
I faitktal execution.
Upon the award beiDg male, sutce'aful bidders
i will be notified, and furninhed with forms of coa
I tiact ard bred.
1 h? Lepartoient reserves th* right to reject any
' or Ell bida, if not deemed satisfactory.
Fr"p-*fa!s will be addressed to Brigadier General
George 1?. Ramsay, Chief of Ordnance, Washing
ton, D. O ," and will be endorsed "Proposal* for
Horso Equipments." GEO. 1) RAMSAY,
fe25-eo9t Brig Gen., Ohtef of Ordnance.
/ \RDNANCX OPHCl,
VJ War Dspartmbnt,
Washington, February 23,1854.
Proposals will be receive 1 at this Department
until MoN DAY, M>roh 14th, at 4 p. m., f jr the de
liveiy at the New York Arsnal of L'ght Jav
airy Babrta. United States regulation pattern
There Pabre? are to be made in strict ajcjrdansa
with the'siandard patterns to be sien at the New
York Aruenal.
Tfcey are to be subject to the usual inspection
and pi oof, and arc to be inspected at the armory
where made.
Deliveries must be mads in lota not less than 810
8abres per week, for all contracts of 9.000 Sabres,
or under; 1,000 tianrea per week for ail contracts of
from 6,01" up to I2,uu Sabres, l.&ai Sabres par weak
for all contracts of above 12.<*<0 Sabrea; the first de
livery to be made on the tth day of April, 1864.
failure to deliver at a specified time wilt sabj3ct
the contractor to a forfeiture of tbe nuaber he
m?y fail to deliver at tbattime.
No bids will be conaiderd from parties other than
regular manufacturers of fiabres, anl such %a are
known to this. D apartment to be fully competent
tcxeeute in their own workshops the work pro
posed for.
Bidders will enjloae with their bids the written
acknowledgment of tbeir sureties, over their own
signature.
JCa h party obtaining a contract will be required
ti enter into bonds, with approved aaretiss, for its
faitLful execution.
Upon award being made, suejesaful bidders will
be notified, and furnirhed with forma of contract,
and bona, . . .
Thr Department reserves tne ritjht to reject any
oi all bida if not deemed aatitfactory.
Propr s?ln wiil be adaresaed to "Brigadier Gene
lal George D. Uan<aay. Ohief of OrJntnce, Wash
ington. h C ."and wii be endorsed "Proposals for
Cavalry Sabres." (,+KO D. RAMSAY,
IfU eo'Jt Brig. Gen.,Chiet of Ordatnoe
4
eath
CHIBI' QUARTABUA8TBR SOJiVIOB.
DXPOT OP WAUBINQ70H,
Washington, 1). ( ., January 4,1364. i
All dealers in D:ugR, Hardware, Lumber. ljeat_
ar. < fficf furniture, Harneaa. and Saddlery. ar? re
u&^ated \o tena to this offise, on tee MONDAY of
each week, a realed proporal or list, in dvrl cate.of
the *i tides they are prepared to furnish to tais
Desot at a ort notice, wita the prioe of each mark
aa m p'ain figures, so that, in ca^e the exigenciaa
of the service require it, the artiil" or articies can
ie obtained without deity, and at the lowest price.
Dealers wiahing to sell to this Eepot will be re
?iired to furnish tho list punctu.iily eveiy Men
day morning. D. H. HUOKAK,
Brigadier General ana Chief Uaurtermaster.
Ja5 tf Depot of Waahington.
^TAINWAY A SONS' PIANOS.
v9
bteinway Pianos apeak for tbemaelres. No
other pi&nos mannfngturrd can be com
pared with ih>. e. The ditfer^nce ia tow'rT^
<reat tlial even the uj.eiucat-3d ear " y *
-sril> at onco d!scover it.
Stein-srays alwara receive tbe flrat premium over
all the h.-at makers in New York, Boston, and
Philadelphia, whenever aod w'aerever they come
in competition. A large assortment is always to
he fuuod for aale at factory pric >a. at th* ware
rooos of W.G METZBROrr,
Ja2S corner of llfh and Penn avenue.
UNI
7BD STATAfi S-'JO BONDS.
UN1TBD B7ATB8 7-90 TREASURY KOT1S,
UNiTBD STATES COUPONS OP 1881,
JN1TAD STATES CERTIFICATES OP IK
BB3TEDNESS.
"4old, Silver, Unonrreat Money, Aj-.hrnje onal
nar of Europe and tbe Northern Cities,
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
We ar? authorised to fcrnish ?10 Bonds at par
sntU tbe 1st of August next, when the privlledge
of conversion oeaaas.
Orders for Btocka and Gol executed ia New York
Miolusivcly on commission.
BITTEN HOUSE, PANT * CO.,
7 f Bankers. 3A Penn. avenue.
ABBEY COLLINS * CO.I
PHILADELPHIA
UaAVflHT ALJE AND FOR7PS .
i aa bot7 receiving large quantities cf D3? L
ALB end PORTER from this celebrated Bi?wer/,
wklcik I am prepared to furnish on short aotios tc
Ui persons who will favor me with their orC*ra
Catififoction guarantlad.
Orders given to my drivers will be prcizpW at
tnded to.
Goods delivered la all parte at Weskitat ja mni
^jorgatorn. free of charge
Timi :??tuk ea itUmtrt
RILEY A. d HI If If, A<*ea?,
?Men MtUHut J0??el, ST Groen St.,
?*- S-tf Georgetown. B.O.
P
IAN OB ?A new assortment of Steinway A Sons'
A Pianos has just been received, or all^M^
styles, to which we call the attention offHBHl
purchasers. . . 1
Also, a few seeond-hand Pianos on easy terms.
Purchasing exclusively for cash, we are enabled
to sell at tbe lowest factory prioes.
Mason A Hamlin'a Cabinet Organs, Guitars, Vio
lins. Pin tea and Sheet Masic wholesale and retail at
the felusic Store of W. G. MBTZERQTT,
fe 25 Corner of 11th s'reet and Pa. avenue.
Happiness ob mibbby i - that is the
QUESTION.?The proprietors ef the " PAR
ISIAN CABINET OP W0NDBB8, ANATOMY|
and MEDICINE," have determined?regardless oi
expense?to issue, free, (for the benefit of auSerins
hemanit7 ,)fc*r of their moat instruetive and inter
asting Lectures on Marriage and its Diaqualiflca
dona Vervons Debility., Premature Decline, Indi
gestion, Weakness, Depression, or ignorance of
Physiology and Nature's Law. These Invaluable
lectures have been the means of enlightening az.d
saving thousands, and will be forwarded free on tho
receipt of Soar stamps, by addressing Stutsmr?
-1
0U>U olAW11ID OIOIDI!
I bav? lust reoeived per schooners "George S.
Ada^as" and "J. W.,'" from Boston, a largo supply
of Ps.rc Massachusetts CLABIPIBD CIDER, whioS
I offer for sale at the lowest market prise, ia qua?*
Ithea to fcUit purchasers. . .
Hotel ?*tpor?, aatlers md all ushers in iran 4 oi a
jtine ?,nlcl? or Cider are invited to eall and 9Z
M. MfM. ?ml256j|?VSnm
Union Bottling Depot, ?7 Gresn si. v
W Georgetown, P. U.
T^RIXiSMAR? Proteoted by Boyal Letters P*.^n
I olJSiui"nd. and secured by the seals of th<5
Ssole de P.-.-avmacie de Paris, and the Imperial
Oolloge of Medicine, Vienna
Triebnia; No. lis the effectual remedy for Relax
itior., ^pern:at(.Trhflea. and Exhaustion of the Sys
tem IrieaicarNo. 2 has entirely superseded the
nauseous uae of Cepaiva, Unbebs. Jto. Trieaaiar
No. 3 is The infallible remedy for all Impurities and
Bee>cr&rt Symptoms. thuH obviating the use of
uiei'C'J vy tid ?ii] other deleterious ingredients.
pv .'partition is in the form of a moat agreea
ble Loh l-hu. Secured from effects of climale and
}hat:?ca of atmosphere, in tin cases, at 83 each, or
tear in one for.03, and in 927 caaes. thus
4tv!o" J1 Divided in separate doses as adminis
terad by Valpe^n. Sallemande, Roux, Ac., Ac.
Wholesa'e *.cii retail by Dr. BABROW. No. 194
tiloecker ptr??et. New Ycrt-k. __ ? _ _
^o be bad ausoof 9. O. POBD, No. 990 Pa. a*.,
corner Ut.o street. no H 3ci*
HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber
baa obtained from the Orphans' Oourt of
Washington county, in the Distriot of Colambia,
letters of ^einljjtBirat on on the peraoeal estate ir
Abraham J Boss, late of Waahington city, D. O.,
deceased. All persons having claims againat Ute
a&id deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with tbe vouchers thereof.to the subscriber,
on or bifore the :0th day of Pebrnary nasi: tbey
mjy oth rwise by i^wbe excluded from all benefit
ofthf saideetate. . v
Gireu under my ha^d this ?th day of Pebrnary,
A. D. P01. ? JOSEPH S BOSS
fe ?1aw3w* ' Administrator.
W" BPPPALO TONGUES.
? Qi ts jest received from the West ?00 Buffalo
Tongfces, which we recommend to oar customers.
T'" "? STMBSitoi,
iwrwae et. lad Vermont a*
IBJnjiTlKQ. DESKS, POitTPOLIOS, PBW
VT rtiiveii,Photograph Albams,Chessmen,Ohese
Boar**, BaofcM-mroou Boards, Gold Pens, India
Rabbet PafiSns, Pocket Books, Memorandam
Books, Lsjcwttes, Plait*, fee., Ao Por tale at the
owestpt^,; FBAB0K TAYLQJR.
. A J M \
1
AUGUSTUS JOHNSON fe OO.
No, b89 pennsylvania atknub*
s?tv??a Nlntfe u4 Tntt
inyitb tbs tbaes TO 2kppb0t thsis
STOCK
or
imported
AMD
DOMESTIC
liquukb,
WINES.
beoaksy
TOBACCO.
arb
Groceries lor tlxe
(jhsrepasfls
la '
ajbobtilsnt ABB YABISTT
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it
any stoo IN THIS CITY,
CB con TB ACTS
vita
ths lasgb8t pack3s3
ia tu
8TATS8 01 MAIN! and nsw jsjls315
BNABLB (j8 TO offll?
hjurmetic ally-sealei
MEATS,
poultry,
FISH,
j-buits,
Airs
ts&xtableft,
m
nsw yob&, psiiiadnlpaia. asp
sobs mabsst PBICSS,
BOB^EN'S c0nd3nsed mil I
wr'tortit on
* JIBING solb aosnt9
TBS SALB
0*
mbBBBS. YSANK binin6bb & OO.'t
oslsbbatbb
BOTTLED wines and liq.UOBS?
homestead bye,
HABVEST BOURBON,
wheat nutrient,
GOLD MEDAL MATVrth/i,
qol.D MEDAL sherry,
qold MEDAL. uoqnao,
RIP tan WINKLE gun,
van tassell aromatic schnapps
OOODSPEED fc BBO.'S "OLD TOM,"
a
wb kssp tbbm
bbabt vob bhipmbnt
IB ibonbound 0A8BB
CONTAINING
VBOM onb TO BIX boz B
wb ihyits
oobb0i88sum TO in8pb0t
oub labgb 8t00x
0*
CHAMPAGNE wine's
01 oub owb IMPOBTATIOB,
ball ths s8pscial ATTBHT
o*
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GRAND TUT IMPERIAL AT MOUSJSMUX
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nft-tf wfaml
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DiMSASEb 0? iMP&COKNtiB
*//?>/" ?? S?f Hours.' Hp Tr-Aint ?
Persons RuintH by linarant Fret'n<ltt's, ?r >.?
Deadly Poison Mercury, ar>.?y
mifiediau.'y.
A CVRK WARRlhTSn OK NO CHAhuB i!?
FROM ONE TO TWO DhV?. iif
Wcakaersof the Back, Involuntary Maoba?gea
8trictur*s, Affections of th* hidners ;.nd Blvia*r'
Irepotecey. General Debility, NervoaiMtc Dy?^
pewv Languor, Low 8piritfl, Confusion o? Ilea*.
Palpitation of the Heart, Tlmiiity, Trembhn*.
Dimne?s? fF*KhtoT<Ji<!din??.I>i**a?Poftha Head,
Throat N'i>i or Mia, A(Jestion of the Liver,
Lungs, Stcuach or Bowels?those Terrib!e Disor
ders arislr^ from Solitary llabi.s of Yocth -tha
BICbxt acd solitary practices mar* fatal to their
victims tb?u the son* of iyreu*. to the mariner* of
E'vmus, hlijihtrc their mo*t bril!i-nt ho^s nt
anticipations, rendering marriage, Ac., lapoui
ble.
Y0U.W7 MEN
Especially. who hare V?come the victim* ofSolf
tary Vice.that dreadful anddt *trurHve habit phis*
annraiy sweep* to an untimely grav* thoracis of
Young Men of the r-.ott exalted talent tod brilliant
intellect, wjo might otherwise have entranced lis
ten in* berate* With tee thnadsrs of e'oqu-noe cr
waked to exsticy the llvlrg iy rs.may oaU with full
confidence.
TAuE PART.CUIAR N^TrCE.
These are aorn> of the i-a-i and job auchily effes's
produced by tarty babifs of youth, vis: W aknesa
Of the Back and LImb.i Pain to the H?..d. JJimnesi
of Bight,"Loss of tou?nl*r Power, Palpi Ution of
the In-art. Dyfp*p?y. Nervous Irritability D<?
rac genet; t of the Digestive ?'unction*, tfeneri.1 De
bility, Symptoxis of Conrumptiou, drc.
Miktalitit.? Thi' fearfrl eff^ots on the mind *rs
mnohioba dreaded?Loss of Memorr. Oonfusi>o
of lies*, Depression of Spirits, Rvil Kpreb>1ia*ii,
AverMon to Society, Belf Distrust, Lot? of Soli
Si.'rri'd Person*, or young mea e> ut?n:p!ati "
irsrri t?, axare of Physical Weakness. Orcauij
Debility. lasting o! th? Cruras. Dt-forniUies, \c
fltonla ajp"> immediately.
ile wh ? p'afivH hin.?eif nuder the rsre ofC . J.
Eay religions.yco&fi'ie in h.is uct rasacenti mm.
ar<l cc&fil?&wy rely spia aia tiili ?3 a Pbys;;iau.
ORGANIC r^AWKESS, IMPOTXN'OY
IMPRCIAj KM JS '1*0 MAFRIAQ-H.
By I>r, Jolirihtou'tt marvdlous treatment. Wc.iV
ceedOi tae Organn ia speedily carjil and fill yigo
resti rfl ?Jftousacdr of the m;?ft norToas d'bin*
tated and lmp-itsnt. who btd lo;t ?*il hot^. hara
be^n EiiEfdiate!y leliared.
All 1n)pf><Jir"ente to ma: rlage, Phyq{?a1 or M n'lt
BiequaliflcatioDS, Lcia of Pro<?reatir? P->*? v. r
?oualrrirabi jjw.Trfm jiin,-?,aEa Weakns s.r.r ? t
LaafcUob c 1 tttrmo?; iea>ful kind, speedily curj.t.
DR. .T0B?3T0N
Memb#r cf the Koyal C">!lege of Burgeons, Loi
doa.Gradnate from one of the r ost fair eat Col
leges tn tLe United Statee. acd ihe gr ater p^rtof
whoae life baa betr. spent in tne fc jap.tals n' L o
don, Faria, Philadelphia and elrewhere, ha? eif^er >>]
ei^me of the moat astonishing curt* that w >r? <sy-r
known; K.t,ny trcublsd with rin^in^ in the hea<l
acd tare when aaiecp,great nerv jusnes'i.bp a'* iae3
?t srcCen soutids, b*; hrnln; with fr^qu?nt
blcshir-e. attended sometimes with derantrameat
of mind were car*d inna?iistely.
YOUi\& M HiV
who bave injured th^uiielT <s oy a se.tain prscc'ei
mauljred in when alous?a habit Ire^abaUy l?ara-?l
frrmeTil companions, or at ^chsol, tha elT-cteof
which arenijhtly felt, eyt n wh?.. a-le-?p ind if n >*
cared recders irarrlage imfos-ibl , and d uToya
bo'h mind and body, fchoald apply iaim^aia^.-ly.
\Vh-itapity that a youngn>an, the hope <if bin
cou-try and darling of hu pi.e-ts. ajoaid h-'
e iatchfd Iron; all ti.e picejwsto ^ai cujoyai-ati >,'t
.ife by the conreqacnco of d?T;atioa from th - p*'.i
ot nature acd indnlpiig ?c a cer -in si-cret aablt.
Bach persons mast, bef rs contc-npKt'pi
MAHKIAlr !?.
reflect that a sonna mind an<t hodi are th^ most
necessary requisites ;o promote roauabial happi
ness indeed, witl-out th?t; the Journey t .-ou?'?
life bectmes a weary pi'?r!*r.rse; tbe pro?p?ct
boariy daiketa to tb;? t'-e mTnd o-.- <.a-n ?
shadowed with despair and fl!'?d withTth t ..'-lan.
'?boy refleni'jEB that the bappi. eaa of IB>taer 1
blighted wit'a car own.
IHSFASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguidtd and imprudent rotary oJ
pleasure finds he has imbibed tbe seedsof this pa ia
fal disea?e, It often happens that an ill-timed ^en?e
of shame or dread of discoyery deters him from ap
plying to thoae who, from education and respecta
bility, can alone befriend him. He falls Into th?
hands of ignorant and designing pretender*, who,
incapable of caring, fllctt his pecuniary sub.itance,
keep him trifling month after month, or as long as
the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair
leave him with rained health to sigh oyer his gail
ing disappointment; or, by the ase of that deadly
poiacn. Mercary, hasten the constitutional ayiap
toms of this terrible disease, such as Affectioas of
tbe Bead, Throat, Noae, Skin, etc., prc?re*)ing
with fiitrhtful rapidity until death puts an er;d t<?
his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that tin-'
discovered country fr whese bourne no traveler
retarn^.
OPPIO* 7 BOUTH sBKDIRICK 8TREET
left hand side going from Baltitrore street, a few
doers from the corner, Jail nok to observe name
and number.
*/*No letters received unless psst-paid *rd wn
taioiag a atamp t? be used on the reply P rsoia
wri tins should state a?e. and send portion of ad
?ertiiercer t describing-sympt- ma.
TV Dr.'? lHr'.c na harms in his Qfi''.
lM>OK8EM.Si<r Oi TUB PiiSsS.
The mai>y taonsands cared at this institution
within th?i iast twenty years, and rhe 'lumeroao
iiuportant Far*icftl Opir&tioc* perfcrmed by Br,
Jobnsto: wi'ne's.-'d hj the rep .rters of "Th- San"
ard msnv other paperi, notices of -vMrh biive
Scared ?fsin and a^aiu before the pabiic b' A
L ste.ndicg as a geotlemar of character aud r<*
sconsibiUty, is a sufficient g-je.raat.3e to the af- ?
fiicted
SKJy DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Ja 29-Jy
s
10S1T D1S1 ASMS I SS'JKIT BIB7A -3S;
SAMAKlTAfl'S S1F7!
8 AM AM TAW 3 GIFT1
Vfll M08T C1RTAIN RBKBUY KV3IR
" Tfoe, A Positive Core" for
GONCKKHihA, tiL?E2, STRICl'UBES, 4..
Ooataiiu bo iiiiitral. no Es.taa, no Ileicurr.
Or.ly Ten Pills to b* Taken ic Kffe:'. ?
They sra entirely vece^ab1 f,'javiag no S'jili at ?
any anpleaeaat taste, and will not ia any wsyia
Jura the stomach or bowels of the most deiic^te.
Cures in from two to four days, and rec-jn: cise-e
In "tweuty-Tour hours." Pr.iparod by a gra 1 iato
of the Univereity of Pennsylvania, one cf th ? n<cs%
aminont Doctors and Cbsmiato of the pfHn
?0 KPOSCRE, HC T*OrBLK, KO O'niHG* WffiTi' it,
Let those who have despaired of getting car?d,
or who have been sorted.with Bc-1/u.ri Oc-ra'va
Gin.
Bent by mail in % ptain enrelope.
Frioe?Mai# p*oka?63, S3. Female, 91.
9
BLOOD 1 BLOOD 11 BLOOI'iit
SOBOTDLA, 17LOtIRS, 59H5fi, SPOTH, TBTX RtlS
80ALM8. H01L8. 8YPHILls OB VB
N&KBAL DI8BASB8 Ac.
SAUARITAH'S ROOT AND HERB JM1ZL
la offered the public as a positive cure,
SYPHILIS OR VfiNBRIAL BIS5 ISM, the 6 V
KARITAN'B BOOT AMD HBRB JUICB, it th;
moat potent, certain and effectual remedy ever pre
scribed; it reaohes and eradi sates everv particle oi
the venereal poison, bo that tne cure is thorough
and permanent. Take then of this parifying reme
dy and be healed, and do not transmit to yonr pos
terity that for rbicijonmv^f^ k r r(U1'
Although yon may pe pronounced incurable, the
SAMARITAN'S BOOT AND HBBB JUIOBS
Will reasova every vestige of imparities from tt?
?yftta, as wall as all the bad effects of Mercury.
HMALB8! TBMALB8 !l
In many affections with which numbers of f'
tualeg gaffer, the BOOT AND HBBB JOIOB8 is
moat happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, ia
Whites, In beariaa down, Palling of the Woab,
Debility, and for all com plaints Incident to the *e^.
^6ent by ?:press. Prise 91 a bottle, or I b.-.}i>*B
* ** oA AABITAN'B OH IN ORB WASH.
?ria? t8 cents. Fall directions.
DIAMOND * 00., Bos 141 Philadelphia Tart
OMoa.
Sold by B. OALTBRT PC ED. ? mar of Uth and
7a. a venae.
HBNBY OOQg. Alexandria. may a-tr
Y CONFIDENTIAL.
OUNG MKN Who have injured themselves by
certain secret habits which unfit them lor bv siae. s.
causes, l.w.
years, before placing themselves under the trear
ment of any one, should first read " THB BBCREr
FRIlfiND.'' Married Ladies will learn something
of importance by perusing " The Secret Priend."
Sent to any address, in a sealed envelope, on rs*
oeipt of Ten Cents. Address
Da. CHAS. A. BTUART t CO.,
de 1<-ly Boston. Mass.
Adam? xxpbsps company,
OlfltiB 614 PA AVBNUB,
Washington, D. C.
GREAT BA8TBRN, NORTHBRN, AND WKsT
BAN VXPRBSS POliWA^BKRS!
MIBCHAC1SB.M0NBT. JXWSLRy, VALU
ABLBB, SOTKa. 8iOC*3. BUN 03, Ac ,
Forwarded with SAFBTY AM) DISPaTJJ to all
accessible wctior* of the coautry. This Com^acv
has age icies in the principal Railway Towns in
^Ihobth, bast, wbst, and northttbst,
Its principal offices are
WASHINGTON, D O . NIC *f YORK, BOSTON
PUILABXiPEIA, BALTIMORE, OIN
CINOATI, ST. LOUIS, LODIS
VILLi LBXINGTON. _ _
Connections ar?? made at New York and Boston,
With liEesforwardirg to the CAN ADAS and .Re
BUlTlfcH PROV1NOB8 and with steamshia llse
to LIVERPOOL. SOUTHAMPTON and HAVKB,
and thence by European expre?Bes to all prominent
commercial towns In Great Britahi and the'Con
^OoUeation^f NOTES, DRAFTS,and BILLS rtuds
at all accessible parU of the United Statf s.
0. O.DUNN, Acent,
da 38 Washington. D. 0 _
ESTABLISHED 1860. /fk
W 0 Having made arrange moots whirbB ?
have indnoaa me to continue the PAWN BROKI8
BUSINESS in this city, 1 take thia method of ir
vihuivuuB, ?owau|, liAvuoi
Weftrin* AjwreUc., A:o .at tbe old ?staMW*
stand. No. 331 0 street, between 4* and ?th at*.
laths rear of National dotal ? ?
.V ISAAC HBRZBNBG * SOS
Dai Box win raayoan a Goal,
lienta are purely vefceUbla. l* ?
to tki kif no bad
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taeeeseor to 8.O^Upjf??

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