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THE EVENING STAR
Poliub RarOKTS.? Thvhl PrtcincL?Ohae.
Koloen, drm k and disorderly; S3..*}. Jo&n
Robmt, do ; military. Hester Chase, do.; work
house Marv Tbomv, do ; do. Funcy Davis,
dUorderly; wm. Davis, cruelty to ant
ral* ?5 SO Edward R?atty, do ; disuii'-sed.
Jeremiah Qulnle, disorderly; Pat'k Tally, do.;
military , J .
fourth Precinct.? f>e\ar O Gerries, drank
and diaordsrly; workhouse. Mary Brey, keep'
tor a dairy within ioo feet of a boose; dis
missed Mary Slfferd, drouk and disorderly;
?t. John H. Anken, disorderly: fi. Bridget
Keenan. do.; dismissed. Randolph Robinson,
do . *2 C*eo. W Farr, do ; do.
fS/Ji Prtdnet.?Jos. H. Morgan, violating
cltv ordinance; Tbos. Sanders, do.; dismissed.
Win Hildoh?-andt, do.; coew, 58 rents. Jao.
QjAdd, drunk and disorder^; Patrtcn Tiernav,
disorderly gathering; Phillip Sp^noer, Era
Johnson, Jas. Boyde. do ; dismissed. Louis
w <hp|!e*, do.; 92. Josephine Chapman and
N?artln Welsh, suspicion of grand larceny;
Bertha Brown, Mary White and Kate Siraonds,
do.: dismissed. Edward Smith, drank; 94.
Harah Williams, do.; SI 50. Alex Brown, do.;
fi Jaa Seiason and Jerty Smith, fighting-,
locked on 6 hours. Jas. Telpher and Jno.
UardiooD, disorderly; military. Nellie Gray,
do.; ?*. Sarah Harper, keeping a bawdy,
house: ball lor court. Amanda Miller, Emma
Howard, Ms?ry Brown, Ann LKri-, Fanny
ere. Jane Robinson, prostitutim; 94 each.
Sirtk Frednt.?Marion Wlln?r. assanlt and
bat err: bail for peace. D. McKenney, disor
derly, military. Sam Lewis, do.:ftt.
T*ntk Precinct.?Virginia Donaldson. larceny;
joil for c- nrt Anne McPartlane, drank and
disorderly; S3. Frank Ford, disorderly; S3.
Edward Faust, do ; dismissed Michael Hat
t-n, do.; do Wm. Cole, do.; S2. Armlated
McCarthy, do.: f3. Wm. Wallace, drank: Joe.
Klatzar, do.; dlsmisaed.
Fodbth Ward Statiow Cas?8. ? Peter
Qmnn. disorderly;locked np 3 hours* Wm.
Hern. do , do Jos A. Green, grand larceny;
ball for court. Cbas Johnson, bastardy; se
curity to support the children. Thomas Hn
ron. lighting; military. Wm. Simpseu ailias
Smith, grai d lar?.eiv: jail for court. Bridget
Darey, vagrancy; Wrm. Roach, having stolen
property in possession: dismissed! William
Mnnah, fijrhing; military. Wm. Thompson,
do.; dismissed. Joseph Grande), indeoent ex
po* nre; f5.3S. Martin F!!zgerai.i, drunk and
dwor^erly: dismissed. Noah Little, drunk:
Jacob Hiues, do.; military. Wm Barley, aud
Robert R&iniall, sl.ephg in the street; dis
m sted. Michael Penriergrast, drank; dis
mleted klizaByer*. disorderly; workhouse,
itrrt. carter, John Bel , figbtin>; $2.5? each.
A'bert France, a?-Mult and battery; bail for
court. James P. Hashes, drunk; 81.5?. John
Kyan. sleeping in wagon: Thomas Donaldson,
do.: dismissed. Isaac Cbild9, Riohard Harri
son, flifh ing. SI.5? each. J C ?cknur*. bogus
detective: dismissed Fannie Kin*, drunk; do.
Patrick I>onohne, drank; military. Thomas
Morlatty, desertion. Thomas Donaldson and
John W. Donaldson, sleeping in a wagon;
di?mi-?ed.
ORDNANCE OFFICE,
WlR D?HRT*1*T,
W ashis?to?, May 4,1954.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this OBlce
until TUESDAY, the 24th day of May, l*t4, for
9 inch Columbiad Shell, to bo delivered in the fol
lowing quantities at the undernamed Arsenals,
?is:
At the Watertowu Arsenal, Massachusetts, P.OOfl
fl inch shell.
At the Watervliet A?eenal. New \ork,10,ooo 3
ineh shell. . . .,
AttheNew York Arsenal, Governor s Island,
New York. lS.W 3 inch shell.
At the Alleghany Arsenal, Pittsburgh, r\000 fl
inch shell. ... .
itthe St. Louis Ar??nal, MmouTi, 5,000 S-mch
These projectiles are to be made of the kind of
metal, and inspected after the rales laid down in
the Ordnance Manual. the tensile strength of the
;ron to be not less than 14,'mo lbs per p^uare inch.
Drawings pan be seen at any of the United States
Arsenal*. The projectiles are to be inspected at
t+.e foundry where ca?t. and are to be delivered at
the Arsenals free of charge for handlingand trans
portation. Deliveries must be made at the rate of
not le?s than one-tenth (1-1 th of the whole
amount eontracted for per week. The first deliv
ery to be made ou the If th day of J*", le,
Failure totrake deliveries at ,1 speciSed time
will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the
nun>?ier he may fail to deliver at the time.
Bidder^ will state explicitly the Arsenal or Ar
senals where they propose to deliver, and tha
number of projectiles they propose to deliver af
each place, if for more than one.
No oids will be considered from parties other
than regular founders, or proprietors of works,
who are known t-j this Department to be capable
of executing the work proposed for. 8hould any
party obtaining a contract offer shells other than .
those cast in his own foundry, they will be reject- I
ed. and the '?ontr*'*t rendered null and void.
Bidders will enclose with their oida the written j
acknowledgments of their sureties over their own
signatures 1
Eifh party obtaining a contract willhe obliged
*0 enter into bond with approved securities tor its
faithful execution
Upon the award beine made, successful bidders
will h# notified ?ud furnished with forms of con
tract and bond. ?>
The Department reserves the right to reject any
or all bid*, if not deemed satinfactery.
Proro-als will be addresc.-d to " Brigadier Gen
eral Genre- D. R*m>*T. Chief of Ordntnce, Waih
? niton . l> C. ' and endorsed " Propo-aN for S inch
Columbiad shells." GE ? R?Jl? D KvM^AY.
mrfi eotd Brig G? p. Thjof of Ordnance.
Tlie National liookstoro
Still Ahead.
Thp ciibc,Tiber having lately returned from th? |
' Bo?Ton. Philadelphia, and New York Spring Trade i
*a>s. invite the att.-ntion of Sutler*, Peddlers. 1
Dealer*, snd ti e public generally, to his largo
ar. 1 splendid stock of
I1C0KS, STATIONERY,
ASO
FANCY ARTICLES, J
eGCMstiug in part of
BitOK?. ?f all sizes, kinds and styleo.
UIBI K?. PRAYER tMKlKW. PatgESTiTlOS
H<K)kn! SCRAP ROOKS, BLANK B?K)K9,
PHOTt-'GR A I'll 10 ALBUMS in endless variety,
ail styles and prices.
DICKIES. MEMORANDUM ROOKS.
' AP. N<>TE and LETTER PAPERS, <^f all rtyles
and qualities, to -uit the times. '
ENVELOPES, Plain, Fani'y an! Wedding, all j
sixes.
P iPEK NOVELL by th* thousand or -ingle one.
PEN'KMVES. RAZORS. SPTSSORS. BRUSHES,
COMBS. SOAPS. COLOONES, PERFUMERY.
rHE':S CHECKER, BACKGAMMON andCRIB
BstiK BOARDS.
WRITING 11ESKS, PORTFOLIOS, and WORK
BOXES
P? % YIN G CARDS. GAMES, GOLD PENS, PEN
CII ?S. ?t<?., et<s.
Of C4Pn PHOTOORAPIIS we off?r the largest
ajd prettiest assorfment ever before offered in
tins market?over 3 varieties, plain and beau
tifully colored.
A large assortment of the 7 by 9 PHOTO
GRAPHS for framing.
Aly) Something Entirely New?The Large LA RI
NWrSIZE POTOGRAPHS, for tra.uing; beautiful
?oods.
\o.-nt for Taber 1 Co.'s Celebrated AMBR0
T\PEt?
All of whi-h we offer at great inducements to the
fade hutler*. Peddler*.Ac..Ac. Uiveusacall.at
\*I1LIA>1 F HMHSTEIN'8
NATIONAL B?30KST0RE.
47** Pesnstlvswi4 Avk*ur,
b-twten Eleventh and Twelfth ?streets,
Washington. D. C.
N B ?Another "upply of Rich-<tein's New Guide
B<"ok to Wafbiu?t<ju, at wholesale and retail,
my 14-eolm
^'AVALRY HORSES WANTED.
WiK D*ril?T*l*ST, C?V4LUf Bcb?at?,
Ojfi' r u/ LkaeJOwrTler>niit*r.
WasaiMUToli, D. C.. May 18th. 18?>4.
THRIE THOUSAND! ?,04?0?n??RSRS WANTED.
One hundred and siity-flve. Jluildollars per heal
willbepa.dforal^Y n0R3?S
delivered within the next thirty (30) days at the
(it, vernment ?talilrt at Giesboro , D. C.
tawl horses to be sound in all particulars, not
le*? than Ave (5) nor more than nine 'Oi years old;
from fitteen to sixteen hands high, full in flesh,
^omractiy built, bridle wise, and Of sue sufficient
for cavalry pjir poses.
T*ie?r ? rccif?e,Mrn? will be strictly adhered to
and rigidly enforced in every particular.
Payment made on dellv?ry^of seven (o^er.
Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
mv 13-1m Cavalry Bureau.
r,T A(, fc LIN*.? From and after Wedii-ad?,y, May
S il a DA ILY LI N E of Stages will
run fr iin the Pennsylvania House.
on C street, Wanhitigton c:ty, as
Follows * To Burrattsville. T. B , Be^nt?-i*u, ii. ? *k 1
"wn Uugbsvilie. 0. Hail. ChapUco. -t C bay,
?nd leonard'<<wTi. and return da'ly. The line to
Piie&Uwiy.DufffM and Port Tobacco will run a*
heretofore, rvery Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day. Leave at 3 a. m. A f KIMMELL. Agent.
Washington e?y. May 0. '3?'>4. my a im*
iMARRIAOES AND HARNESS FOR 3AI.*
Jnst received and for *ale, of the very latent
styles, sia Shirting Top, ?i a Plain Top
and Ave fo-Top Bl "OIKS; twelve4
UghtOne-Horse CARRIAGES and t?oi
^TPbirty sets Slnele and twenty sots Double UAK
NKt8. some extra tine. _ ^ . . .,
KTAAUF.snb'n,,m Damh" TROMAH Ym'NO
ap?.V m No. 409 Pennsylvenla avnue.
;k( *
C0RBIN A CO ,
WHOLKSAL R DEALERS f.V
S.
2TRAW GOODS. RIBBONS, FLOWSr.?, LACES,
AND MILLINERY UOOD3 GENERALLY.
71 North Second at.. Philadelphia,
293 Penna. J,'**?' a"** ,tre*t'
Goods sold at Philadelphia and Nev Yjr*
prices. Pesitively no retailing.
my U-tw' O. W. THORN ?
'HI MERCHANT S AND BANKERS ALMA*
- vrrieiAL.
War Deportment, Adjutant OeneroFs 0$Im, 1
WmakStgUm, March 17, IBM. $
All application* for i?&ym of absenoe or per
mission to vialt Washington must be addrseasd
to Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and
mast specify the badness for wblcb the officer
deeirpn the permission. Telegrams addressed
direct to the secretary of War on this subject
wUl receive no attention.
By order of the Secretary of War:
?. D Towwottd,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Hf&marter* Military District of Washington, \
^Wa^9te^D O.t February 1?, 10M. I
'General Orders No. 3.?OoL T. Ingraham, 38th
Massachusetts volunteers, is hereby detailed
as Prorost Marshal of the Military District of
Washington. He will be respected and obeyed
accordingly.
By command of Brig. Gen. Martin dale.
Johii P. Shsrbttbss,
f? 18.tf Assistant Adjutant General.
EDUCATIONAL.
FEMALE SCHOOL.
R3. MARIA C. McCORMICK, late of Alexan
dria, Vs., having rerrfoved her school to Cam
bridge, Ma., is prepared to receive four or five
girls, as boarding pupils, in her family. Their
Intellectual, domestic and moral training will re
ceive her most assiduous care. Her success, while
for yearn encaged, in Alexandria, in educating
girls, is well known to all old residents of that
town.
Parents in this vicinity who desire farther in
formation concerning the advantages of her school,
are respectfully referred to Lewis McRenzie, Esq.,
of Alexandria, Va., or W. D. Wallach, Editor ef
the Washington Star. Her terms for board, tu
ition, Ac., are moderate.
Cambridge, Md., where she has recently located
her school. Is one of the healthiest and most de
lightful villages in the Union, and has about it ao
attribute whatever except such as a prudent and
solicitous parent will approve in selecting a local
ity in which to have a daughter thoroughly edu
cated and trained for future usefulness.
ap S'-dlm
BROORVILLE ACADEMY -Students received
at any time and charged from date of entrance.
Address R. R. BURNS,
ap as-eolm* Brookville. Montgomery co.. Md.
DENTISTRY.
/ < REAL DISOOVKUY IN PBSTI8TBY.
Tuik Extracted teithtmt Pain with tht Mukritt of
I wonld advise all persons having teeth to ex
traet to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office,
and have them taken out by this new^
and harmless process. Also eall andv
examine the Doctor's new and im
proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If
you once see the great improvement in his teeth
you will have them in no other style than this new
and valuable one. No. 34*2, Pa. avenue, between
Uth and 13th streets.
novl3 S. R. LEWIS, M. D., Dentist.
M ? LOOMIS, M. D., the Inventor sad Patentee
of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at- ,
tends personally at his office in thisi
city Many persons can wear thesev
teeth who cannot wear others, and no
person can wear others who cannot wear these.
Persons calling at my office can be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire,
but to those who are particular and wish the purest,
cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture that
drt can produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be
more fully warranted.
Booms In this city?No 338 Pennsylvania avenue
between 9th and 10th streets. Also, 90T Arch st?
Philadelphia. mar4-ly
PEBSONAL.
JVfADAME AHOLIAB WOULD M08T RE
IT!. spectfully say to her friends and to the publio
generally that she is again prepared to read to all
those who require it, the Past, Present and Future,
she having removed from house No. BO A street
south, Capitol Hill, to house No. 227 B street, be
sween 6th and 7th streets. Island. my20-3t*
MRS. L. SMITH, an excellent Clairvoyant and
Test Medium. 252 Fourth street, five doors
above I street, examines diseases, heals by mag
netism, sees ycur dead and living friends, tells
character, gets names, reads the future, has great
s) inpathy for the afflicted. Hours from 10 a. m. to
3 p. m. my 16
? -? m
QRAY8 PATENT
MOLDED COLLARS
Have now been before the public for nearly s year
They are universally pronounced the neatest an
best fitting collars extant.
The upper edge presents a perfect curve, free
from the angles noticed in all other collars.
The cravat causes no puckers on the inside of the
tarn-down collar; they are as SMOOTH INSIDE
AS OUTSIDE, and therefore perfectly free and
easy to the neck.
The Garotte Collar has a smooth and evenly fin
ished edge on both sides.
These Collars are not simply fiat pieces of paper
cut in the ferm of a collar, but are MOLDED
AND SHAPED TO FIT THE N?CH.
Thoy are made in "Novelty," (or turn-down
style;) in every half size from 12 to 17 inches, and
in "Eureka,"' (or Garotte,) from 13to 17 inches;
and packed in " solid sites" in neat blue cartons,
containing IM each; also in smaller ones of tea
each?the latter a very handy package for travelers
army and navy officers.
aar EVERY COLLAR is stamped
"GRAY S PATENT MOLDED COLLAR."
Sold by all dealers in men's furnishing goods.
The trade supplied by
WALL, STEPHENS ft CO.,
apl4 3m 322 Pa. avenue, Washington,
PAPERHANGl.lGSi
A great variety of
XNTIB?LV NEW STYLES
Adapted to
PARLORS.
DINING ROOMS,
HALLS, asd
CHAMBERS.
Also,
5,000 YARDS CANTON MATTINGS,
1,000 YARDS FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Our Mattings are unrivalled in this city, compris
ing in part the famous Gow qua brand for parlors
Oil Cloths from 3 to 12 feet wide, adapted to dinin
rooms, halls, A c. Also?
WINDOW SHADES.
BRASS CORNICES,
PARLOR MAT8, ft0
Paper hung by skillful workmen, and all order
promptly attended to. Give us s call and ,ja
from 10 to per cent.
RIFFLE ft FALCONER'S
No. 348 7th street, between I street and
ap 23-eo Mass. avenue.
JMPORTANT TO SUTLERS
SUTLERS WILL FIND
H. A. DOWNING ft CO.'S
CONCENTRATED CLAM
TO BE A MOST VALUABLE 'ARTICLE TO
THEIR TRADE,
It sells very rapidly, and is the most economical
article of diet for the officer's mess. It is prepared
is one minute, acd makes a most delicious Soup or
Chowder. It is highly recommended ty Arm
Surgeons. The profits are large.
H. A. DOWNING ft CO.,
Manufacturers of Concentrated Food
No. Ill East 18th st.. New York.
For sale by BARBOUR A SEMMES, Sole Agents,
63 Louisiana Avenue,
so 2-ly Washington, D. 0.
HAUPT ON MILITARY BRIDGES,
Cullum's Military Bridges.
Sir Howard Douglas on Military Bridges: London.
Duane's Manual for Engineer Troops.
Instruction Sur le Service et les Manoeuvres de
lVquipage de p'.nt: Paris.
Meudra?Ponts Militaires: Paris.
Gauffier? Manuel des ponts etC'hau??es; 2 vols.:
Paris.
Haupt on Bridge Construction.
Maban's Civil Engineering.
my 9 FRANCE TAYLOR.
ROOTS AMD 8H0E8
D TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ws are now maaafaetarlag all kinds of BOOTS
and SHOES, snd oonstaatly receiving a tup- aAa
p'y of Eastern made work of every desorip> W]
tioa, Biade express y to order, and will Mf ?1
?old at* mash lower price than has been Mb
heretofore charged in this city for saaeb Inferior
article*.
Parsons In want of BOOTS aad SHOES of Eastern
or Oiiy-made work, will always find a good assort
ment In store aad at the lowest prions. Give ?? a
Oall. GRIFFIN ft BROTH EE,
*> 314 Psna avenue
PIANOS ? A new assortment of Steinway ft Sons',
Raven ft Baeon and Hainan Brothers.?
Pianos have lust been received at uurflSBlS
warerooms. which we offer for sale at fac-'TTl It
tory prices. We have also on hand several very
good second-hand Pianos?one for Sl'tO, one for
f 121) and one for Purchasing for cash exclu
sively. we are enabled to sell at lower prices than
otber bouses, aad upon easy terms. Sole agency
o, to. ? Huhll. . ;OjBgllwTIi
>p 88 Corner of 11th street and Pa. avenue.
| IMS'! LIMB I LIME!?I am now prepared to
L* deliver fresh burned POTOMAC LIME, pre
pared from my new Flame Kilo, without coming
uTcnataetwith the fuel.
J*JB. D. OaJtLEMAN. Etna.Lime Kiln.
ap gfts . Pa. av. and Roe* Oreeh Bridge
TJ1AK08.?Great bargains in aecoBd-haud Pianos
JTTivt second-hand Pianos, all inbest^^^^
order, will be sold very ehesp upon easyJBBHI
monthly payments, to make room, at the'"*''
warereoms of W. 0. MET2ER0TT, sole *gent of
Steinway A Sons'Pianos and Maeoa * laml ins
PROPOSALS.
JJORSESI HORSES! HORSES)
WAB DiriXTHnT. CiTlLIT BVMiV, J
Qfict uf Chief (Jmetrtermasur. >
? Washisotoh, D 0., May 16.1864.\
SBALBD Proposals will be received at this office
until 12 otclock m Thursday, May 4>th, 1864, fort wo
thousand (2.0U0) Cavalry Horses, to b? delivered
at the Government Stables in Chicago. Illinois,
and two thousand (2,mo) at Government Stables in
Davenport, Iowa, within sixty <#>) days from date
of contract.
Said horses to be sonnd in all particulars, well
broken, fall !nfesh,from fifteen (15) to sixteen (16)
hands high, from five IS) to nine (I) years old, in
good condition, and well adapted ia every way to
cavalry purposes.
These speexheatxons will be strictly adhered to and
nrtdly tnforud in term particular.
No Did will be entertained unless accompanied
by a guaranty for its faithful performance.
Vshould any United States officer guarantee
the proposal of a bidder who should prove to be
irresponsible, his name will be reported to the
Secretary of War with a recommendation that
such officer be dismissed the service.
All bidders at%d guarantors will be held to the strict
est accountability, and every failure to comply with
terms of contract, or to make the contract when award
ed, trill be followed by prosecution to the full extent of
the law
Form of bid and guaranty oan be had on appli
cation to this office, or to the United States Quar
termasters at Chicago and Davenport.
Successful bidders will be prepared to enter into
written contracts, with good and sufficient securi
ty. immediately on the acceptance of their bids.
The oath of allegiance must accompany each
bid.
The undersigned reserves the right to reject all
bids deemed unreasonable.
Bids lor one hundred (100) Horses and upwards
will be entertained.
Bids for the entire number of Horses required are
invited.
Payment will be promptly made on completion
of contract.
No Mares will bt received.
Proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for Cav
alry Hoises," and addressed to Lieut. Ool. James
A. Ekin, Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau,
Washington, D. C.
Any other information will be promptly giyen,
on at plication.personally or by letter, to
JAMES A. EKIN, Lieut. Colonel and
Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau.
?^Purchase in the open market will bo con
tinned at Chicago and Davenport until the con
tract is awarded. Payment made in certificates
of indebtedness for eight (8) horses or more
my 17-td
ROPOSALS FOR FLOUR.
i
Qffia Depot Commissary of Subsistence.
Washington, D. C . May 19,1861.1
Sealed Proposals are invited until the i'th
of May, at 12 o'clock m., for furnishing the Sub
sistence Department with
EIGHT THOUSAND (8,000) BARRELS OF
FLOUR.
The proposals will be for what is known at this
Depot as Nos. 1,2 and3. and bids will be entertained
for any quantity less than the whole.
Bids must be in duplicate, and fo- each grade on
separate sheets of paper.
The Flour to be fresh ground, and delivered in
new oak barrels, bead lined.
The delivery of the Fiour to eomm?nee within
five days from the opening of the bids, and in such
Suantities, daily, as the Government may direct;
elivered at the Government warehouse in George
town, at thewharvesor railroad depot in Wash
ington. D.C.
The delivery of all Flour awarded to be com
pleted within twenty days from the opening of the
Payment will be made In certificates of indebt
edness, or such other funds as the Government
may have for disbursement.
The usual Government inspection will be made
Just before the Flour is received, and none will be
accepted which is not fresh ground.
An oath of allegiance must accompany the bid of
each bidder who has not the oath on file in this
office, and no bid will be entertained from parties
who have previously failed to comply with their
bids, or from bidders Bot present to respond.
Government reserves the right to reject any bid
for any cause.
Bids to be addressed to the undersigned, at No.
223 G street, endorsed " Proposals for Flour."
8. O. GREENE,
my y>-td Captain and C. S. V.
ORDNANCE OFFICE,
War Department,
_ Washington, May l,lfif>4.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this office
until MONDAY, the 23d day of May, 1864, for the
delivery at th<j, following arsenals. Cavalry Ac
coutrements, Lnited States Cavalry pattern, as
hereinafter specified.
At the New York Arsenal, 25.000 sets.
At the St. Louis Arsenal. 6.WJ sets.
At the Frankfort Arsenal, 10,000 sets.
At the Alleghany Arsenal, 10,two seta.
These Accoutrements are to be made in strict
conformity with the regulation pattern, which
can be seen at the above named places. Each set is
to consist of one Sabre-belt and plate complete ;
one Carbiiie-sling with swivel complete: one
Sabre-knot; one Carbine Cartridge box: one Pistol
Cartridge-box or Pouch ; one Belt-holster for
Army size revolver, and one Cap-pouch with cone
pick. All of which are to be made of the best ma
terials and workmanship. The Sabre-belt,Sabre
knot, and Carbine-sling are to be of BUFF
LEATHER BLACKED, and the Cartridge boxes.
Belt-holster, and Cap-pouch of PUKE OAK
TANNED LEATHER.
It isto be distinctly understood that this Depart
ment is to have the privilege of inspecting the
work done under any contract it may award, in all
stages of its progress; especially, to examine the
Btock before cutting. Tney are to be subject to
the usual inspection at the Arsenal where deliv
ered before being received by the Government.
None are to be accepted or paid for but such as
are approved upon inspection
Deliveries must be made in lots of not less than
one tenth (110th) per week of the whole number
contracted for; the first delivery to be made on the
20th day of June.
Fajlure to make deliveries at a specified time
will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the
number he may fail to deliver at that time.
The Accoutrements must be boxed in the usual
manner; the boxes to be charged cost, to be de
termined by the inspector.
Bidders will state explicity the Arsenal, or Ar
senals, where they propose to deliver, and the
number of sets they propose to deliver at each
place, if for more than one.
No bids will be considered from parties other
than regular manufacturers, and as such as are
known to this Department to be fully competent
to execute in their own shops the work propised
ftrr? Dhwt?ltl ? y vIRri
Accoutrements other than those made lii his own
shops, they will be rejected, and the contract
rendered null and void.
Bidders will enclose with their bids the written
acknowledgments of their sureties over their own
signatures
?lEach party obtaining a contract will be obliged
o ?-nter into bond with approved sureties for its
faithful execution.
Upon the award being made, successful bidders
willbe notified and furnished with forms of con
tract and bonds
The Department reserves the right to reject any
or all bids if not deemed satisfactory.
Proposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gene
ral Ge.orge D. Ramsay, Chief of Ordnance. Wash
ington, D C ," endorsed, "Proposals for Cavalry
Accoutrements."
GEORGE D. RAMSAY,
Bri gadier General Chief of Ordnance.
my 3-eodlQt
ORDNANCE OFFICE,
War Department,
Washington, D. C., May 8.1864.
Sealed Proposals will be reeeired by this de
partment until MONDAY. May 30th, at -1 p. m.. for
the delivery at the New York Arsenal of 25,000
Light Cavalry Sabers, United States regulation
pattern. These Sabers are to be made in Btrict ac
cordance with the standard patterns to be seen at
the New York Arsenal. They are to be subject to
the usual inspection and proof at the manufactory
where made; Deliveries must be made in lots of
not less than one fifteenth (l-15th) per week of the
whole number contracted for, The first delivery
to be made on the 22d day of Jdbe, 1861.
Failure to make deliveries at a specified time
will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the
number he may fail to deliver at that time.
No bids will be considered from parties other
than regular manufacturers of Sabers, and such as
are known to this department to be such, compe
tent to execute in their own workshops the work
proposed for.
Each party obtaining a contract will be required
to enter into bonds, with approved sureties, for its
faithful execution.
Bidders will enclose with their bids the written
acknowledgments of their sureties over their own
signatures.
Upon the award being made, successful bidders
willbe notified and furnished witnjfcrmBof con
tract and bond.
The department reserves the right to reject any
or all bias if not deemed satisfactory.
Proposals willbe addressed to "Brig. General
GEORGE D. RAMSAY, Chief of Ordnance, Wash
ington. D. C.," and will be endorsed ' Proposals
for Light Cavalry Sabers."
GEORGE D. RAMSAY,
my 11-eotd Brig. Gen. Chief of Ordnance.
PROPOSALS FOR COAL AND WOOD.
S&NATB OP THB UNITED STATES, 1
UJ*u of the Sergeant-at- Arms, S
Washington, May 12.1864.\
Sealed Proposals trill be received at tnis office
nntil 12 o'clock noon on THURSDAY, the 26fh
instant, for the delivery in the vaults of the Senate
wing of the Capitol of one hundred tons (3.2(0lbs )
oHarge Egg or Steamboat Furnace WHITE ASH
The Coal to be of the best quality, thoroughly
screened, and weighed by the Chief Engineer to
the Senate, or his assistant, and to be delivered as
above on or before the 6th of June following
Preposals will also be received at the same'time
and place for the delivery of twenty cords of th?
bestPINE WOOD, thoroughly seasoned, and to be
delivered within the time and at the place for the
delivery of Coal.
The Coal and Wood to be packed away in the
vaults as the Chief Engineer shall direct.
GEO. T. BROWN,
my 13 Sergeant-at-Arms U. 8. Senate.
0. W. BOTBLBB. J SO. W. BOTBLM,
C. W. BOTELER fe SON,
IKPOBTBB9,
WHOLESALE AND ME TAIL DEALE'RS
CHINA, GLASS, AND CROCKERY WAH1,
TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATES WAKE,
EEITTANIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS,
TIN OHAMB1S SETS, GOAL OIL LAMP8,
JAPANNED WAITNBS. DOOR MATTS,
FEATHEE DUSTERS, BRUSHES, .
WOOD WARE, AND
BOUBUNNFUW ARTICLES OSNNEALLY.
?fir SOUSES, hotels, and stbameoats
furnished At shoe* notion.
310, IRON hall,
PENNSYLVANIA ANBNUE,
Iti7-??*a Mtwtta RE m4 lotb its,
PROPOSALS.
p
bofosals rex roBAQi,
Cbiif Quartermaster's Orricn, I
WASHINvITOH DsrOT. D?o. 8,18W. \
Pealed Proposals are invited br the undersigned
fer supplyingthe U. d. Quartermaster's De
partment, at Washington. D. 0., Baltimore, Md..
Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Va., or either of
these places, with Hay. Corn, Oats and Straw.
Bide will be received for the delivery of 5,00
tmsbels of corn or oats and 30 tons of bay or straw,
and upwards.
Bidders most state at which of the above-named
? points they propose to make deliveries, and the
rates at which they will make de.-iveries thereat,
the quantity ef each article proposed to be deliv
; ered, the time when said deliveries shall be com
; menced, and when to be completed.
The price mast be written oat ia words on the
1 bids.
Corn to be ap in good stout sacks, of abont
two bushels each. Oats in like sack9 of about three
bushels each. The sacks to be furnished without
extra charge to the Govenment. The hay and
straw to be securely baled.
The partreulsr kind or description of oats, eorn,
hay or straw proposed to be delivered moit be
stated in the proposals.
i All the articles offered under the bids 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 lowest responsible bidder, as the interest of
the Government may require and payment will be
made when the whole amout contracted for shall
have been delivered and accepted.
! The bidder will be required to accompany his
i proposals with a guaranty, signed by two respon
sible persons that in case his bid is accepted he or
they will, within ten days thereafter, execute the
contract for the same, with good and sufficient
sureties in a sum equal to the amount of the con
, tract, to deliver the forage proposed in conformity
; with the terms of this advertisment: and in case
the said bidder should fail to enter into the con
trast, they to make good the difference between
the offer of said bidder and the next lowest respon
sible bidder, or the person to whom the contract
may be awarded.
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the official certificate of a U. 8. District
Attorney,Collector of Customs or any other officer
under the United States Government or responsi
ble person known to this office.
All bidders will be duly notified of the accept
ance or rejection of their proposals.
The full name and P. 0., address of each bidder
must be legibly written in the proposal.
Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H.
Bucker, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Washington,
D. C.. and should be plainly marked-'Proposal*
for Forage." .
Bonds, in a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract. signed by the contractor and both of his
fuarantors, will be required of the successful bid
er or bidders^ipon signing the contract.
Blank forms of bids, guarantees, and bonds, ffay
be obtained upon application at this Office.
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, County an J State) ? ??
(Date)
I, the subscriber,do hereby propose to furnish
and deliver to the United States, at the Qnp.rter
master's Department at , agreeably to the
terms of your advertisement invitin? proposals
for forage, dated Washington Depot, Dec. 8,13(53,
the following articles, vis :
bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bushel of
66 pounds
? bushels of Oats, in sacks, at per bushel of
32 pounds
tons of Baled Ilay, at per ton of 2,000
pounds
tons of Baled Straw, at per ton of 2.000
pounds.
Delivery to commence on or before the day of
, 186?, and to bo completed on or before the
day of , 18S?, and pledge nyrself to enter
into a written contract with the United States,
with good and approved securities, within the
space of ten days alter _being notified that my bid
has been accepted. Your obedient servant,
Brigadier General D. II. Rccker,
General Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D. C.
GUARANTY.
We. the undersigned, residents of ??.in the
County of , and State of , hereby, jointly
and severally, covenant with the United States,
and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of
be accepted, that be or they will, within ten days
after the acceptance of said bid, execute the eon
tract for the sams wiih good and sufficient sure
ties, in a sum equal to the amount of the contract,
to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to
the terms of advertisement dated December 8, H?3,
under which the bid was made, and, in cane the
said shall fail to enter into a contract as
aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ
ence between the offer by said and the next
lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom
the contract may be awarded.
Witness, , , . ...
Given under our hands and seils th:3 ?? dsy of
?tlM~- [let!:]
I hereby certify that, to the b<?ct of my knowl
edge and belief, the above-named guarantors are
good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for
which they offer to be security. .
To be certified by the United 8tates District At
torney. Collector of Customs, or any other officer
under the United States Government, or respon
sible person known ttf this office.
D. II. RUCKER,
dee 9 tf Brigadier General and Q. M.
P~ Mayor's Office, Mav 1?J. lSdj.
ROPOSALS Will be received at this office until
Monday, the 23d instant, for grading and gravel
ing First street east, from IltoK street north.
The travel to be of a quality to meet the approval
of the CommissionerSind Assistant Commission
ers, and to be nine inches in depth in the center,
tapering oil to four inches toward the gutter line.
Bidders will .state the price per cubic yard far
grading ?nd per square yard for graveling.
No part of the appropriation will be paid unless
upon the written certificate of the Commissioner
and both the Assistant Commissioners that the
work feu been rroperly executed.
? WM. DOUGLAS,
Commissioner Fourth Ward.
SAMUEL CASIDY,
JACOB FI8CHER,
my 1H WFM.1t Assistant Commissioners.
P MAYOR'S OFFICE. May 12, 1961.
ROPOSALS Will be received at the Mayor's
office until 12 o'clock m. on Thursday, the 20th
instant, for grading and graveling 8th street west,
from Rhode Island avenue to Boundary street.
Tho gravel to be of a quality approved by the
Commissioner and Assistant Commissioners.
The gravel i<* h" n,lie inches in the center, ta
v'a to fou^ inches to the gutter line when
rolled.
Bidders will state the price per cubic yard for
gTading and square yard for graveling.
The supiTtluous earth to be placed where the
Commissioner of the Second Ward may direct.
And no part of the appropriation will bo paid the
contractor without a certificate signed by the
Commissioner and Assistants certifying that the
work has been done in a satisfactory manner ani
according to contract. WM. RUTHERFORD,
Commissioner of the Second Ward.
JAMES n. SHRKVB. Sr.,
WM. R. McCHESNEY,
my 12-td Assistant Commissioners.
CniEF QUARTERMASTER S OFFICE, )
Deport or Wasfiisotojo
Washington, D. C.. January 4, lStft. \
All dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather,
Office Furniture, Harness, and Saddlery, are re
quested to send to this office, on MONDAY of each
week, a scaled proposal or list, in duphcatt, of the
articlestliev are prepared to furnish to this Depot at
short notice, with tne price of each marked in plain
figures, so that, in case tho exigencies of the service
require it. the article or articles can be obtained
without delay, and at the lowest price.
Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will he re
quired to furnish the list punctually every Monday
morning. D. H. RUCKER,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
ja5-tf Depot of Washington.
FJ. HEIBERGER, SUCCESSOR TO H. F.
? LOUDON & CO.,
CITJ7ENS; AyD MILITARY '?fl
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Metropolitan Hotel, (late Broim's,) )tT
3b2 Pennnsylvania avenue. "
oc27-tf Washington, D. C.
J08EPH REYNOLDS * CO,
PLUMBERS, GAS, AND STEAM FITTER4,
So. 000 NiMH St*mt, near avenue,
Hnvelust received, and will constantly keep on
lund, the largest and beet assortment in the city
of Chandeliers, Brackets. Drop Lights, Portables,
Glass Globes, mica and other Shades, and all arti
eles ia this line, from the best establishments in
New York, Philadelphia, See., which will be sold
on the most reasonable terms.
Also, RANGES, FURNACES, and fire-Board
Stoves.
He are prepared to furnish the best RANGE in
use anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Hotels,
Restaurants, Ac., are invited to call.
We do all kinds of GAS and SfBAM fittings
promptly nd cheap, as also everything in the
PLUMBING line in the most satisfactory manner.
Call and see our Bathing Tubs, Fountains Water
Closets, Wash-stands, Basins, 4c., ice., at No. 600
Ninth street, near Pennsylvania avenue, the largest
establishment in the city. fe 2-eotf
MISERY 1? THA T IS ,
The proprietors ot the "PARI
SIAN CABINET OF WONDERS, ANATOMY, and
MEDICINE," have determined?regardless af ex
pense?to issue, free, (for the bepent of suffering
nnmanity.) four of their most instructive and in
teresting Lectures on Marriage and its qualifica
tions. Nervous Debility, Premature Decline, In
digestion, Weakness. Depression, or ignorance ef
Physiology and Nature's Law These invaluable
lectures have been the means of enlightening and
saving thousands,and will be forwarded free on the
receipt of four stamps, by addressing Secrttary
Parisian Cabinet of Anatomy and Medicine, 563
Broadway. New York. ju 13-ly
?OCOA MATTING AT PRIVATE SALE.
We have just received from the importers for
private sale, ten thousand yards of Cocoa Matting,
different widths, at our furniture wnreroonu.ua
the rear of onr auction rooms.
W. L. WALL Sc. CO.,
Auct'rs and Commission Merchant*,
south eerner Pa. av. and 9th st
TI8HWANG, THE ORE AT CHINESE
REMBDYJ?rGONORRH(EA?QLERT%
Etc. OHB BOX WILL PERFORM A CURB.?
Ingredients are pnrely vegetable. It is
pleasant to the taste, bis no bad odor, and
may be carried in the v<?at pocket without fear of
detection. Circulars free. Price$labox. Bold by
JOHN i. KB0MER,succesaorto8.C.Upham,409
Chestnut st., Philadelphia, and in Washington by
8. O. FORD, 896 Pennsylvania avenue. Sent by
mail. jal6-ooly
/CLARIFIED CIDER!
t , _ CLARIFIED CIDER 11
was?
.*? ??J'Jgi
Union BottUng Depot, ?T Green at..
Georgetown, DC,
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
BALTIMORE AMD OHIO RAILROAD*
On and after 8Hn<la?. April )Oth, 1864, Daily Trains
will be rao between Washington and New York
and Washington and the W?t, as follows :
FOB PHILADELPHIA, NE W YORK, AND
BOSTON.
Leave Washington at 7 JO a m, 11.16 a ra.s 30 p ns.
except Sunday; _
Ob Sunday at 5.30 am for PHILADELPHIA, and
7.60 p m for NEW VORK.
Passengers for Philadelphia will take notice feat
the 6 JO p m train is the latest (raw daiiy for Phiia
entrain at 7.80 p m does not go to Philadelphia,
and k for Ntw York passengers ixolusitstiy.
FOR BALTIMORE
Lear* Washington atOJO am, 7.30 a m, 11.10 a m,
S.O> p m, 4 J p m. 6.30 pn, and 8.90 pm, except
Sundays.
On Sundays at 7.30 a m, and 3 and 9.20 p m.
FOR ALL PARTS OP THE WEST.
Leave Washington at 6.3k) a m. and 3 and d.20 P m
daily, except 8unday.
On Sunday, at 3 and 6.30 p m, only.
FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH.
Leave Baltimore at 3 16,4.20,7,9 and 10 a m. and
3.30,4.45 and 7.BO p m, daily, except 8unday.
On Sunday, at 3.46 and 4.20 a m and 3.30 p m. only
FOR ANNAPOLIS.
Leave Washington at 6.30 a m, and 3 and 4.30 p mt
daily, except Sunday.
No trai n tor Annapolis on Sunday.
Trains leaving Washington at 7.30 am and 7.00 p
mgo through to New York without change of cars.
Sleeping Car on 7.60 p m train Berths in sleep
ing car can be secured until 6 pm, daily, at the
Ticket Ofice; after that hour they dust he secured
of the sleeping car conductor.
The first and fourth trains from Washington stop
at all way points.
For fnrther information, tickets of every kind.
See., apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash
ington Station, or at the Ticket office.
W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportation
L. M. COLK. General Tfeket Agent. ap U-tf
VlltH States 10-49 Laaa*
JAT COOKE <5? CO.,
419 Fifteenth Street,
Bsosiyk SuBSoairrioHS roa van
NEW NATIONAL, LOAN
authoriied by act of Maroh 3, 1864. and know* as
TEN.FORTY BONDS,
being redeemable at the pleasure of the Govern
ment, after ten years, and payable forty years from
date in coin, bearing interest at FIV J PBR OBNf
A YEAR, payable on bonds not over $10? annually,
and on large bonds semi-annually, IN OOIN.
The COUPON BONDS will be issued in *50, $loo,
1600, and $1,000.
The REGISTERED BONDS will be lajnied in $50,
9190, *50J, $1,000, $6 00", and $10,004],
These are the only gold-bearing securities of th
Government now precurable at par, and. yielding
at present value of coin OVBB BIGHT PBB CMNT
PBB ANNUM, offer a very desirable investment
for large or small sums.
We Bny and Sell, at market rates,
GOVERNMENT BONDS, OF ALL ISSUES,
TREASURY NOTES,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
and COIN,
and pay the highest prleei for
QUARTBRMASTBB'S CBBTIFI0AT1 CHICKS.
mh 29-tf "Tat cooke it co.
N
1W YOU AND WASHINGTON
STEAMSHIP OOMPANT,
The Screw Steamships
BALTIMORE.
SALYiB,
BMFIBB,
jambs b. omuia,
AKD FAIBBANKB
compose the line of this eompany, leaving foot
Wall street. New York, and foot High street,
feiMa Foot High st., Georgetown.
WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLES?A new
French Cosmetic for beautifying^ whitening,
and preserving the Complexion. It is the most
wonderful compound of the age. There is neither
chalk, powder, magnesia, bismuth, or tale in its
composition, it being composed entirely of pure
Virgin Wax?hence its extraordinary qualities for
preserving the skin. making it soft, smooth, fair,
and transparent. It makes the old appear young,
the homely, handsome; the handsome, more beau
tiful, and the most beautiful divine. Price 26 and
60 cents.
HUNT'S BLOOM OF ROSES, a most perfect color
for the cheeks or lips, does not wash off or injure
the Bkin. Pric*e 25 cents and $1. HUNT'S COURT
TOILET POWDER, for whitening and preserving
the skin. Price 23 stud SO cents. Manufactured by
HUNT & Co., 41 South Eighth street, Philadel
phia. None genHine unless the name of " nunt So
Co " is blown on the bottles. For sale at A.
CROYEaU'S. 171 Baltimore street, Baltimore,
and W. B. ENTWI8LE, corner Twelfth street and
Pennsylvaniaave.. Washington D. C. apl-3m
G' BAVEL ROOF8!
T GRAVEL ROOFS!!
H. C WILSON Sc CO,,Buceo??orBto J. V. Walker
A Bon, Washington, D. C manufacturers of IM
PROVED FlBEaud WATERPROOF FELT, CE
MEN Tand GRAVEL ROO F3.
Office?161 22d street, below Pa. avenue. Orders
may be left at office Mutual Insurance Company,
7th street and Louisiana avenue, or address to
p{>8t Office Box 534.
All work executed promptly and ofl the most
reasonable terms, and warranted. Repairs made
promptly. ma ll-3m*
O THE MUSICAL PUBLIO.-J, M. STIBF,
Piano Tuner and Repairer, would respect
fully announce to his friends and the musical ABM
public generally that by leaving their orders
at Mr, W. B. BNTWISLB'S Drug Store,oorner of
Penn. avenue and 12th streets, they will be prompt
ly and satisfactorily attended to.
Orders from the country also attended to by ad
dressing to Washington Poet OfBee. fa W-to*
^yjASSJBY COLLINS * OO.B
PHILADELPHIA
DBAUGHT ALB AND PORTBB.
I am now receiving large quantities of DBAUGHT
ALB and PORTBB from this celebrated Brewery,
which I am prepared to furnish on short notice to
all persons who will favor me with their orders.
Satisfaction guarantied.
.Orders given to my drivers will be premptly at
tandtd to*
Goods delivered In all parts of Washington and
Georgetown, free of charge.
TermsCath en dtlivtry.
RILBY A. BHINN, Agent.
Vnion Bottling Depot, 67 Green St.,
ap'6-t Georgetown, D. O.
jy|ONBT.I MOH1YI HON1YI
M. K. WALSH Sc CO., AK
LICENSED PAWNBROKERS, A A
No. S9B 0 street, between 9th and 10th st*..
Near the Varieties.
Money advanoed on Gold and Silver Watches
Diamonds, Ladies and Gentlemen's Wearing Ap*
parol. Ac. As. fs ll-sa
ROOFING ,BLTI B00FIJIG ??I,TII
H. O. WILSON St CO.,
Foot op SU> ST. Win, WASxiaavoa, 9.0.,
Manufacturers of
BOOFIBG FBLT, DRY AND TARBBD SHEATH
ING, HOOFING OBMBNT and
LAMP BLACK,
FBLT AMD OBMBNT, Wholesale and BetaH.
Sealers applied on the most liberal terms.
Factory?Foot of ttd street weet, OMoe?161SM
street, below Pa. avenue. mh li-am *
F1AB0IB MOKTJ*.] [raAIOIS >. UOSVM,
MO HUN Sc. SON,
Bcoossaoaa to J. T. Lmua,
lumber dealers,
Canal, Bttutun 13iA and 13tA Struts,
Washington, 9, O,
The undersigned having purshased the Lamber
Yard of Mr. Jno. T. penman, are now prepared to
finish Lumber of all hinds at the market rates.
They desire to sail attention to their large stock
which oonsigts in part of the feHowing hinds:
Abeut 100.000 feet Walnut, all thicknesses,
100,000 feet H Poplar, prime,
100,000 ** Oak and Ash, various sises,
1,800,000 feet Beantllng and Joist, all length*,
1,000,000 H White Fine OullingS,
600,000 " 14 Flooring,
Alio, a large quantity of all ether kinds of Lusher
nh 18 3m MOHUH a BOW.
NBW ATTBAOTION.
1 VlFit-Blast Sfeaa itara In 7th fttraate
IIAVB OPBNBD THB
LARGEST, FINEST, JLND CHEAPEST.
BOOT AND SHOB STORB
Inthe city of Washington, with a very extensive
.iffiSK.
No. SIT rth street In'teUlgenJ^fejV,
BBJVAjgeat variatyof**ILITAR^?>OT8*
pSTABLIEH?D 1850. ~
JC< . ISAAC HEBZBBRG 4 SON
warehouse, and wo now make loans on Merchan
dise, Furniture Ac., at our ol.l established stani,
No. 351 C *t.. betw 4>? and fth, r?ar of National
Hotel. [mhl-Sm] I, H^RZfiERG k SOU.
I>?
^ALTIMOKJi
iMfto in the world for
? DDlillg or IMPmUDBNOE.
Rtlief m Su Hours l*o 7Vvtaag/
ftriOKi Ruintd fry Ignorant Prmtndtrt, or 6*
Dtad.lv Poison Mercury should applv
A ?*fStjP$M%goC&SOM IB
WitkBMiof tbt BmI, UTolaatin Dii
St riot* re a. affections of U? KM?tn u4
potency Omrtl Debility, BurtouMM.
ay Luitor, Low Spirits, Oonfui?i of Id
,pltatloo of tha Httrt, Timidity, TnaU
M?i? f f >i?>t or 8mi?Mi. PlwiiioftttB
Tkrott Rom or Ikia, ihitiou of Um Uw>
Langs, Stomach or Bowels? Uow Tarribio Mi?
dan iridna from lolltu) HtUto of Yoatfc?lfe>
??obit and solitary piactieea mora fa4*1 to that?
TitUmi th?B the wu of Syrens to the aurliw mi
Itniu, bli|kt>|l>?fr mo>t brilliant hopes (9
anticipations. rradsrinn marriage. Ae., lmpoaM
bla
JUO.su MEN
IsiMitUt, *lo here kmooi tka victims of |MV>
Ury V loe.that drealful and destructive habit whleA
Br***yf ?wwm to an untimely |r*fa thousands o3
Tosbi Man ofthe moat mlM talent sad brilUaa*
intellect, who might otherwise hava rntnnmi 11a
tan Id* Senates with tha thunders of eloeoeaM.**
wikN to auUer tha living lyra. may aall with nl
?onfldeaoe.
TAKB FAKIICVLAK NOTICE.
Theee arc tome of tha sad and meianch
produced by early habits of youth, vis:
of tha Bach and Llmba t*ain In tka Haad. xnmaMB
of Bight, Lose of Mnaeular Wo war, Palpitation otf
tha Heart Dycpepey, Hirrooi Irritability. #??
rangement of tha DUaitlTt if auctions, OnafiJ De
bility, Symptoms of Consumption, Ae
Msittaxitt .?Tha fearful effseta od tha
Dsth to be dreaded?Loss of Memory, Oi
of llaaa, Depression of Spirits Ml Fore
Anmoa to Boeioty. Self-Distrust. bora of
tode. Timidity. Ao
MAtiKlAH k
Married Ftrsoni, or I'oung ma* au atMylaK.%
marring*, awaro of Physical Weakness, OrgaaW
Debility, ff asting of tke organs Daformfaes, *g.
should apply Immediately.
Ha who pi ace a htmealf under tha e*ro of? . 9*
may relict coaly eonflde In hia honor aaecMttamam
and aoafldently ralr upon hia skill as a PhyaMaa,
OBOnxflO WBA?Ilias7 iMPOTJWO*
IMPEDIMENTS to IUMU&1
By In. Jo tine too'* marvelous treatment. Weak
ness of the Or **na is speedily owrad aa? full rloon
restored Thousands of tha moat aarrooa, dabtfi
tated and Impotent, who had lost all hone. "
baan immediately relieved
All impediments to marriage, Fhysloal or **
Disqualifications. Loaa of Proereative Power, Var
you* Irritability,Tremblings. and Waakasaa^or tv
haustion of tha moat fea? fal kind, speedily curag,
DB. /OHMBTON.
Member of the Boyal College at Bargwms.Lea
don. Graduate from one of the moat eminent OoJ
leaea in the United States, and the greater part of
whose life has been spent in the hoepttals of Los
don, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, tisa afcstaff
soma ?f the must astoniahing euree that were evei
known; many troubled with ringing in the hea?
and ears when asleep.irreat nerveamess.be alnna*?
at redden sounds, oashfulness with free neat
bin shine, attended sometimes with lersiiiamsat
of mind ware eared Immediately
YOU NO MEN
Who have injured themselves oy a oertaia aiaWHa
indulged in when alone?a hsbit freeneatly learMC
from evil eumpaninna. or at sehuol, the effects c?
whleh are nightly felt, even when asleep, and if no"?
eared renders marriage impoesible, and destroy*
both mind and body, t ho old apply Immediately.
What a pity that a roang m&n. the hop* of hi*
00 tie try and darling of bia parents, aaould M
matched from all the proepeetsand enjoyments el
life by the conseeuenee of dtviatinn from the path
of nature and indulging in a oenain secret habit
Such persona must, Defera contemplating
MAHRlAbrk.
reflect that a sound mind and bod> are Ua nod
necessary requisite* to promote connubial hapgf
indaed, without these the Journey through
life beofomea a weary pilerima*e; tae
hourly darkens to tke view: the mind
shadowed with despair and Ailed withfthe .
ehoiy roiactiona that tha kappiowa of aaothw hi
blighted with our own.
DISEASES Of ltAFKODRNCM,
When the miuatded &nd imprudent votary *f
nleasure finds he^has imbibed the seeds of this pate*
ful disease, it often happens that an ill-timed aaaM*
of shame or dread of ducovery deters him bom ap
plying to those who, from education and res poet*
billty.oaa alone befriend him He fella into the
hands of ignorant and deaigoing pretenders, who.
Incapable of earing, flick hia pecuniary rabstaao*.
keep him trifling month after month, or as long *C
the smallest fee can be obtained, and la d**palr
leave him with mined hea>th to sigh over his gall
ing disappointment; or, br the use of that deadly
poison. Meroury, hasten the constitutional symp*
to ma of this terrible disease such as AAetioas of
the Head, Throat. Nose. Skin etc., progressing
wfth frightful rapidity a?til death puts an and to
his dreadful Sufferings by sending him to that ua*
discovered country r -to whose bourne no travel*!
returns. _
OFPIOS 7 SOUTH S&BDBK10K STRUT.
left hand aide going from Baltimore street, a ra*
doors from the corner fail not to observe 1
and number.
?7*No letters received nniees posVpaid and 1
tain in e a stamp to be as?-d on the reply. Persoag
writing shoald state age and send portloa of *d
vsrtisement describing symptom*
Tht Dr's Diploma ka...?s ta kt* Ctfks.
iRDOfiSJCMUNr or TUB PRJUB.
Tha many thousands cured at this instltatloa
within tha last twenty years, and the numerou/
Important Burs leal Operations performed by Dt<
Johnston, witne>sed by the reporters of "The Bun"
and many other papers, notices of whleh have ap
Kared again and again before the publio basidao
a standing as a gentlemui of chaEactar and r*
syonjnbility, is a suffleiest guarjullla to th* af
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED*
i*g>-ly
^ECII?T DISXASESI 8KCKET DISEASES
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They are entirely vege-ablfe, hiring no smell nor
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Cures in from two to foar days, and recent cases
in "twenty-fnur hi?urs." Prepared by a gradaato
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KO KirObCKE. SO TROnBT.E, SO CH WHAVBVl
Let those who bate de-paired of getting ourB-.
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Price?Male packages, $2. Female 13.
BLOOD1 BLOOD! I BLOOD! I
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SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL D13KA8E8. the SA
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DO NOT DESPAIR I
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FEMALES 1 FEMALES 11
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Whites, in bearing dow-n falling of the Womtv
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Sent by express. PTice fl a battle, or B bottle*
01 SAMARITAN'S CHANCER WASH.
PTice 26 cents. Full directions. _
DESMOND & CO., Box 1A1 Philadelphia Post
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TRIKSEMAR?Protected by Royal Letters Pat
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Triesmar No. 1 is the effectual remedy for Relax
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YCONFIDESTIA l.
OUNG MEN who have injured themselves by
certainsecret habits which unfitthem for business,
pleasure, or the duties of married life; also middl*
aged or old men, who, from the follies of youth or
other causes, feel a debility ia advanoe of their
years, before placing themselves under the treat
ment of any one, should first read "THE SEORlt?
FRIEND.'f Married Ladies will learn aomethinff
of importance by perusing "The Secret Friend."
Sent to any addreas, in a sealed envelope on re
ceipt of Ten Cent* Address
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de 14-ly Boston. Mae*.
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