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THE EVENING STAR.
The H?Vftt Artificial Ol?M?nd?.
Within the past year some very flae imita
bone of diamonds hat* been put npon the
New York market, tar surpassing in impidity
and retractive powers the best pastes formerly
known to the public under variona deceptive
names. The new imitations, like the old ones,
purport to be species of cheap ??diamonds"
from the gold-producing countries of the world,
tint the appellations are purely fancllul, for
they are only superior articles of paste. Some
dealers claim them to be a kind of quartz, but
that is trne only to the extent that pulverized
quanz enters into their composition, mixed
?* ith borax, alumina, glncina, arsenic, oxide of
tin or other ingredients. They are not cut
from the solid quartz, which is less brilliant
than the common pastes. The exact process of
making these highly successful imitations is
known only to the manufacturers?in Paris or
Germany, for not one is made in this country,
so far as known?and is, of course, jealously
guarded by them.
No respectable jeweller attempts to pass off
paste as diamonds. Swindlers may sometimes
buy fine specimens from the dealers and trade
them away at the regular diamond price; but j
such cases must be rare, for any person of the i
least crmreon sense, who thouehtof purcha
sing a diamond from an individual not in the i
trade, would be sure to consult a jeweler or
other expert in precious stones, by whom the
fraud would b# detected in an instant. No
past?? can stand all the tests of the diamond.
I*s warmth to the touch, its retention of moist- j
ure, the ease with which it can be scratched
by agate or tepaz, the minute air-bubbles
which a microscope discovers in its depths,
ail prove it is an imitation. But the skillful
eye can tell the real diamond from the false at ;
a glance. The former has a hardness of lustre, !
a cold glitter of refracted light, which the finest
pastes just miss. None but the most exp*>
rienced judpes can retain a memory of the icy
lambency or adamantine splendor of the gen
uine gem, so that they can always apply It as i
a test.
Ordinary judges will be deceived by the ira- '
proved pastes; and any lady, who might be
expected from the richness of her attire to wear
diamonds, may swing out the pastes from her
ears, or displ.ty them on her fingers, without
fear of detection, till the brightness of the Imi
tation has departed: for it goes sooner or later,
wi'h the most careful usage. The permanent
lustre of crystalized carbon is its one precions
wholly Inimitable quality. This permanence
or stability, it may be remarked, characterizes
all the precious things of nature, gold, silver,
ivory, and every one of the gems. Imitations,
which are almost perfect in other respects, fail |
in that. It is nature's last, impassable barrier i
against art.
So lar with the paste manufacturers.
A more interesting branch of the subject is
the chemical, or strictly scientific production
of diamonds from their native material carbon
Some of the first chemists in the world have
devoted years of toil to this task, without suc
cess. Microscopic diamonds have been made
or are reported to have been. Becquerel, a
French chemist, produced minute crystaliza- j
tions having the hardness of diamonds, by the i
slow action of electricity on box-wood char- !
coal (a very pure form of carbon,) but they i
were nearly black. Another Frenchman last !
year claimed to have made diamonds, by the |
reaction of phosphorus on sulphide of carbon,
both being nr d*r water. The sulphide of car- I
bon dissolved the phosphorus, and the latter, !
it was said, slowly combined with the sulphur,
treeing the carbon which crystalized out. j
Nobody ever saw the diamonds?but the maker. !
Many experiments have been made with this I
remarkable fluid (sulphide of carbon,) and
from it, if from any source, the artificial dia
monds most come.
It consists of pure sulphur and pore carbon,
in the proportions of about five of the former
to one of the latter. The carbon ingredient is,
in fact, diamonds in a state of fluidity, pos
sessing the wonderful refractive power or the
re8l gems. The exceeding brilliancy of the
sulphide of carbon adapts it peculiarly for use
in prisms, for spectral analysis?that new de
Sartment of modern science by which some of
te most extraordinary discoveries of the age
have been made. Now. if it were possible to
isolate the carbon and let It crystalize out,
diamonds could be made. Ordinary attempts
to decompose the fluid bv electricity, give a
deposit of Enlphur on one pole, and of black
charcoal in small grains, on the other. Silver
has a powerful affinity for sulphur; and an
?nglieh chemist tried the effect of immersing
tiiat metal in the fluid, hoping to separate the
carbon in that way, but nothing came of it af
ter ten years' experimenting,
A French chemist has brought out, daring
the present year, an entirely new process ef
making diamonds directly from charcoal, by
the action of borax, which he claims dissolves
the carbon at a high*heat, yielding one pound
of brilliants of the first water per bushel of
charcoal. It is further said that a patent for
this pro^B^Wsbeen taken ont bjTthe.inventor
for the United States, as well as fqr all other
countries where "sparklers" -are m requqft!
Such are the extraordinary ' yarns" to whicp
scientific journals sometimes give currency,
probably fortirefun Of ehe thing, since the edi
tors must know that nothing can be mors ab
surd than the alleged discovery. ; ?
It is not quite safe to predict what sciericfe
will not do: but this -mnch>jnfLy be said, that
the prospect of making, diamonds artificially*
from carbon, except in Nature's secret and aw
ful laboratory of the ages, is about as flatter
ing as that of the discovery of the ??philoso
pher's stone."?Nexu York Journal of Commerce.
WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLES-A new
French Cosmetic fer beautifying, whitening,
an 1 preserving the Oompiexioh. 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 fer
preserving the slrin, making it soft, smooth, fair,
and transB?Tce:. It makes the old appear young,
the home!,. handsome; the handsome, more beau
tiful, and the most beautiful divine. Price 2fi and
HINT'S BLOOMOF ROSES, a most perfect color
for the cheeks or lips, does not wash off or injure
the skin. Pric? 25 cent* and (1. HUNT'S COURT
TOILET POWD^JR, for whitening and preserving
the skin. Price 25 and (p cents. Manufactured by
HUNT A Co., 41 South Eighth street, Philadel
phia. None genuine unless the name of " Hunt &
Co " is blown on the bottles. For sale at A.
CROYEAU'S. 171 Baltimore street, Baltimore,
and W. B. ENTWI8LE, corner Twelfth street and
gennsylvania^vc,, Washington P. 0. apl-3m
Adams express company,
OFFICE 514 PA. AVENUE,
Washington, D. A
GREAT EASTERN .NORTHERN. AND WEST
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
MERCHANDISE. MONEY, JEWELRY. VALU- i
ABLES, NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS, Ac.,
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DI8PATCH to all
accessible sections of the country. This Company ,
ha? agencies in the Principal Railway Towns in the 1
NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST.
Its principal office* are
WASHINGTON. D. C., NEW YORK, BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, CIN
CINNATI, ST- LOUIS, LOUIS
VILLE, LEXINGTON.
^ Connections are made at New York and Boston.
fAith lines forwarding to the CANADAS and the
BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship lins
te LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE
an? thence by European expresses to all prominent
commercial towns m Great Britain and the Conti
nent. - _
Collection of NOTES, DRAFTS, and BILLS mads
at all accessible parts of the United States.
C. C. DUNN, Agent,
Waahip??''n. D. O.
fait
oooHA as co?
US FIttMltt Street,
Ebckivi Btrssonirrioas fob hi
HEW NATIONAL LOAN
authorised by act of March S, 1M4, and kaowa sa
TEN.FORTY BONDS,
? being redeemable at the pleasure of the Govera
?eat, after tea years, and payable forty years from
date In eoia, bearing Interest at VI YE PER CENT
A TRlA, payable oa bonds not ovsr $100 annually,
aad oa Jarge bonds semi-annually, IN OOIN.
Tkl COUPON BONDS will be issued ia f?, fioo.
Moo, aarf 11,000.
*ke MOJfllERED BONDS will be issued In SO.
1500,1LM0, ll.ooo, a*4 ?io,ooo.
- Jbeee are the only gold-bearing securities of
Government now preourable at ?ar, and, yielding
at prescaivalue of eoia (TVEE EIGHT Pig CENT
PEE ANNUM, offer a very desirable Investment
?r large or small sums. v
We Bay aad Bell, at market rates,
BOTE UN MM NT BONDS, OF ALL ISSUES,
TRIASUST NOTES,
VMM TIF ICA TBS OF INDEBTEDNESS,
and COIN,
, aad pay the highest prices for
QUASTaBMAETllI CERTIFICATE OH ECU.
rnh gg-tf JAY COOI1 fc CO.
486 WU.MWMA.M, 4gg
Different eolors aad sites Window Shades la
gtere. Any repaired style or rise Shade made to
order,at J. MARKRITEB'8,486 fth street.
Bight doors abors Odd fellows' ball.
Terms cash. ap?-lmif?
7fifl BBL* BK8T ROCKLAND LIMB Will be
s OU sold at a Great Sacrifice to close consign
ment, in lots to suit any chus of purchasers. Also,
a large lot of Cement, Plaster .Lumber. Pickets,
and Hay. _ __ J. W. PUTNAM,
? ?.et? - 111 Water*!., Georgetewii.
? WW I ? 1 A I. .
Wae Dbpabtmbnt, June Id, ISO).
Major Benton. V. 8. Artenal :
The funeral and all tb# expenses incident to
tlie interment of the sufferert, by the t?ce?t
catastrophe at the Arsenal will be paid by tbe
Department. Yon will not spare any meaas
to express tbe respect and sympathy of the
Government for tbe deceased and their survi
ving friends. Edwi* M. Stantow,
je 21-3t Secretary of War.
TUBASPBT Dbpabtmbst, )
ForRTn Acditok's Ojticb, J una 18,19<W. S
Persons having claims against a balance due
from tbe United States to Dennis Orenier, de
ceased, are hereby notified to present such
claims, properly authenticated, to this office,
within four months after tbe above date,
je 21-3t Stxphhx J. W. Tabor, Auditor.
War Department, Adjutant General's Office, )
Washington, D. C., June 13, 1361. V
General Orders No. 213.?I All Sick and
wounded officers, absent from their commands
and not fit for duty in the field, but able to sit
on Courts-Martial, will immediately report
their names and address to the Adjutant Gen
eral of the army.
II. All staff and regimental medical officers,
now on leave, in the Department of the East,
in New Jersey, the eastern part of Pennsylva
nia, and the eastern part of Maryland, if able
to travel, will report to the nearest Medical
Director for examination; and those lound un
fit for active service, but able tu do hospital
duty, will be ordered to report immediately at
tbe hospital at Camp Parole, near Annapolis,
Maryland, for Buch duly as the Surgeon in
charge may require of them.
By order of the Secretary of War:
E. D. Towhbbwd,
je 21-6t Assistant Adjutant General.
Ben quarters I'rovost Marshal and Board of )
Enrollment of District of Columbia, >
Washington, D. C., June 3, 1?*M. \
The Board of Enrollment of tbe District of
Columbia will be in session at the office of the
Provost Marshal District of Columbia, corner
of Fourteenth street and New York avenue
daily (Sundaya excepted) from 11 o'clock a. m
to 2 o clock p. m., for the purpose of hearing
cases of exemption from draft for tbe following
causes, viz:
Alienage:
Non-residence;
ITnsuitableness of age;
Manifest permanent physical disability; and
Two years' service during the present war,
either In tbe army or navy.
Citizens are requested to furnish Information
as to persons who are not enrolled, or who are
trying to avoid enrollment, as it is equally for
the Interest of each person enrolled to place
npon the "Enrollment List" all persons liable
to do military tfuty, so that bis own chance for
draft shall not be unjustly increased.
J. 0. Pttham,
Captain 1st regiment V. R. Corps,
and Provost Marshal of tbe
may 28-tf District of Columbia.
Wmr Department, Adjutant General's Office, )
Washington, March 17,1804. >
All applications for leaves of absence or per
mlasloB to visit Washington must he addressed
to Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and
must specify the business for which the officer
desires the permission. Telegrams addressed
direct to the Secretary of War on this subject
will receive no attention.
By order of the Secretary ef War:
E. D Towhsbbd,
Assistant Adjutant General
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
B~ CAPK MAY.
T RAILROAD PROM PHILADELPHIA FROM
WALNUT STREET PIER, fa-_
VIA WEST JERSEY RAIL JjtfAjH
ROAD.
At (a.m., accommodation due at 13% s. m.
At 10 a. ro., expressdue at l}? p. m.
At a. m.. express due at 8 p. m.
Returning, leave Cape May?
6 a. m. express due at 9% a. m.
11 45 accommodation due at 4 J* p. m.
6.10 p. m. express due st p.m.
Through without change of cars or baggage.
New cars, and everything first-class.
je 2ff-3m J. VAN RENSSELAER, Sup't.
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD.
On and afterBanday, June 19th, 1884, Dially Trains
will be run between Washington and New York
and Washington and the West, as follows;
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
BOSTON.
Leave Washington at 7.30 a.m. ,11.15 a.m., and
8.3" p. m. daily, except Sunday.
On Sunday at fT.30 p. m. only.
FOR BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA
Leare Washington at 3 p. n. daily, except Sun
day.
Passenger? will note that this train runs as far
as Philadelphia only.
FOR NE W YORK
L?ave Washington daily at 6.311 p. m.
This train is for New York patenters exclusively.
FOR BALTIMORE.
"'?CWrfTtrWashingtcn at 6.30 n. m., 11.15 a.m., 3 p.
m.. 4.45 p.nw, .7.20 p. m., aqd 8.S> p. m.,except 8un
Sunday at 7.30 gT 1P#^ p. m., and 8.30 p. m. \
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. }
Leave Washington aft 6.3" a. m. and3,4.45and 3.?
p. m. daily, except Sunday. ?
On Sunday at 3 a%l 8.30 p. m %
Tickets sold to ?ll points WEST, and baKtape
chicktd through. , t
FOR ANNAPOLIS. V
Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.45 p. nt.
daily, except Sftnday. ?-?
No train for Annspolis on Sunday. i
Trains leaving Washington at 7.3'? a. m. and
6.30 p in. g<Lthrough to New York without change
Of rars. . ?
Sleeping cars on 6.30 and 8.30 p.m. trains. Berths
can be secured until 5 p. m. daily at the ticket of
fice. Aftfr that hour they must be secured of thfe
Bleepingtcar conductor.
The first and fifth trains stop at all way points. [
The 3 p. m. train stops only at Bladensburg.
Beltsville. Laurel, Annapolis Junction and Relafr
TlouSfe daily, except Sunday. -J
On Sunday it stops at all way points. f.
PARTICULAR NOTICE. ?
1*4--engers will please observe that the3p.'nA
train run? only as far as Philadelphia daily, except
Sunday. On Sunday it runs to Baltimoreonly. Also,
that the 6.30 P. m. train takes New York passemttrj
*\or further information, tickets of any kind,
Ac., apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash
ington. or at the Ticket Office.
W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. je20tf
^JR* AT PEN N 8 Y LV AN IA ROUT*
TO TBS
NORTHWEST AND SO UTHWEZ T. ?
ON AND AND AFTER NOVEMBER 13T|[
trains will leave Baltimore from the North Cal
vert Station as follows : .
Fast Mail at ?.9 20 A.M., !
Harrisburg Accommodation- >.3.00 P. M.
Lightning Express? .?- 9.30 P, M. i
IE 6.30 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
Connects with the9.20 a. m. train from Baltimore
tor Pittsburg and the West.and for Elmira, Buff
alo, Rochester, Dunkirk. Canandaigua, and Nl-;"
agar* Falls, and for New York city. '
Till 5.20 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connects with the 9.30 p. m. train from Haiti
mor " * "
and
mueciB wiui ine y.j" p. ip. irain iroin Dftlll*
ore for Elmiraand the North and Pittsburg
id the West. ? ,* f
BLEEPING CAR8 ON NIGHT TRAIN8.'
SoLDisas' Tickets at Govsaxvssr Rateb,
C&E THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY. v
- LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. >
CTFor tickets and any information apply at.tbe
office of the Great Pennsylvania Route, coiner
Penn. avenue and 6th street, under National Hotel,
Washington. J. N. DUBARRY,
Superintendent N. O. R. R.
E. J. WILKIN8,
Pass and Ticket Agent, cor. 6th st. and
5e9-tf t Penn. arenoe.
f 1MB! LJMEl LIME!?I am now prepared to
is deliver fresh burned POTOMAO LIME, pr%
psred from,tar new Flame Kiln, without coming
in contact with the fuel.
8. D. CA8TLE M AN, Etna Lime Kiln,
ap 27 to Pa. av. and matk Creek Bridge/
a_l*TISH WANG, THE GREAT CHINESE
fr4 ijREMEDYjar GONORRHOEA, GLEEJ,
XjJcY Etc. Ohs Box will rsaroRM a Curs??
J 1? jr Ingredients are purely vegetable. It Is
? pleasant to the taste, has no bad odor,' sad
may be earned in the vest socket without fear2>f
detection. Circulars free. Priceflabox. Sold ny
JOHN T ffDAirnii ? - ? - -
Chestnut
8. 0 ?
_. avvuuB. oeni o
mail. )sl6-eo}y
r^uufiio oidasi
CLARIFIED OlSlft.' 1
I have just rsseiTed per sehooasrs "George B.
Adams" and "jTw.Vfrom Boston a large supitar..
of PursMassaskasetts CLARIFIED 019sl,vUu
tsfier tor sals at the lowest market pries, la qaan
Hties to salt parckasers. \
Hotel keepers, sutlers and all others la waat eft
?timearttslsof Older are invited toeall and ex
' M before pureEgjeUewke^.^^
Vniam BottBng De?st,*TOry st.^
P A > B R H A_N G I N G
customers
now receiving
rench PAPER
. - v vi m" uuvst French Gilt
Papers, sniuble for parlors, dining rooms, cham
bers and nails. ~
I am also in receipt of a largs assortment of <Wlt
Cornice, Gilt Window Shades and Picture Gbt*d
and Tassels.
All persons wishing to purchase will do well to
Iook for themselvee before buying elsewhere, as I
tare the largest asaortmtnt of the above goods in
the city. ^ , JOHN ALEXANDER,
say P-eo2m (Intel.) No. >40 Pa. avenas.
|\fOORE'B MAGIC B0DA FOUNT n NQW.
1*1 ready to dispense pare and sold Soda Water*
to his very numerous natrons,
. ' MGOM? West End ?rag Btore.
my W-Jw 11J FasTeaassMt
PROPOSALS.
pBOFOSALS FOB STATIONERY.
Department or thi Interior. June 3, 1?64.
Proposals for tarnishing such stationery 11 reay
be required by this Department, and the bureaus
>nd offices thereof, during the n?cal y?>ar ending
June 38. WW. will be received until 12 o'clock, M..
of TUESDAY, the 5th day of July, ISfH. fkose
nP.V?0IPpf,,.IfJ* satisfactory testimonials of
ability to fulfil a contract will not be considered,
and contracts will only be awarded to manufac
turers of, or dealers in, the several classes of ar
ticles.
All articles furnished must be of the best anility
2. J?*ir kln,d.- and not inferior to the samples ex
hibited at this Department.
Each proposal, mutt be signed by the individual
'.v .rAsTbKv'
All articles required under a contract must be
delivered, on the order of the proper bureau or
office, without delay, and, if requested, mustcor
respond with the *ampl?s. A failure or refusal of
the contractor to furni?h proper articles will be
deemed just cause for abrogating the contract.
Articles not named in the schedule, if required,
are to be furnished at the lowest market prices,
and the right is reserved of ordering a greater or
less quantity of each article contracted for, as the
public service may require.
Bond, with approved security, must be given by
the individual or firm obtaining a contract. Should
a contractor refuse or neglect to furnish, when re
quired, any article or articles mentioned in the
contract^ the same may be purchased in open mar
ket, and if & greater price has been paid therefor
than is specified in the contract, the diJerence
mav be charged to the contractor in his next quar
terly account.
The subjoined sehedulespecifies as nearly as can
now be done, the amount, qualitv. and description
of the articles likely to be required.
The bids will be canvasssd separately for each of
the classes specified below, and contracts for one
or more of the classes awarded as may be deemed
most advantageous to the Department.
Proposals must be addressed to th?? Secretary of
the Interior, and endorsed Proposals for Station
ery.
it?m. Class No. 1.?Paper.
1.150 ream* cap best quality, white or blue,ruled
wide, medium, or close, and trimmed,
to weigh not less than 11 lbs. per ream,
per ream
2. 50 reams legal cap, white or blue, trimmed and
ruled, per ream
3. 750 reams quarto-post, white or blue, ruled
various widths, to weigh not less than
19 lbs. per ream, per ream
4. 75 reams white commercial or other note pa
per, highly glazed. hard calendered,
lined, and gilt or plain, per ream
5. 10 reams flat cap, white or blue, unruled, per
ream
6. 25 reams envelope, yellow or buff, royal, per
ream
7. 100 reams large brown envelope, 21x38 inches,
per ream
8. 150 dozen sheets patent blotting, 13x24 inches.
per dozen sheets
9. 10 reams brown envelope paper, 55x40 Inches,
per ream
10. 15 reams straw wrapping paper, 30x40, per
ream
11. 50 sheets drawing paper, royal or medium,per
Rheet
12. 100 sheets tracing paper, French, large size,
per sheet
13. 1*0 yards traeing cambric, per yard
14. 12 dozen press ?opy books, not less than 600
pages, per dozen
Glass No. 1.?Envelopes.
15. 1,000muslin-lined, printed to order, 8}? to 9}?x
33j to 4% inches, per Itl
16 . 400,000 adhesive envelopes, white, yellow, or
buff, heavy, 8>g to 9i?x3Ji to 4>? inches,
printed to order, per M
17. 25,000 adhesive envelopes, white, heavy, 9>? to
11x5 to 6 inches, printed to order, per M
15. 25,000 adhesive envelopes, white or yellow,
heavy, letter, 6x3% inches, printa! to
order, per M
19. 20,000 adhesive envelopes, note, per M.
Intermediate sizes ordered, not to be charged
higher than for size next larger.
Class No. 2.?Peng and Pencils.
1. 25 gross Perry's or Gillott's barrel pens, per
gross
2. 400gross Perry's, Gillott's or other good me
tallic sens, per gross
2. I,f00 quills, No. 80. per M
4. 25 dozen gold pens, with handles or silver
cases, best quality, per dozen
5. 5 dozen heavy barrel gold pens, withfhan
dles, best quality, per aozen
6. 25 dozen ivory or gutta perch* ever-pointed
pencils, large or small, with leads, per
dozen
7. 200 dozen Faber's, No. 1 to 4, or graduated. per
dozen
8. 15 cases fiber's poly grades, graduated, per
9. 30 dozen Faber's red and blue pencils, per
dozen
Class NO. 3.?Ink, Inkstands, Wafers and Wax.
1. 10 dozen glass, any patent, large or small, ink
stands, per dozen
2. 3 dozen cast-iron double or single inkstands,
per dozen
3. 150 dozen Maynard & Noyes's ink, or any other
American copying ink or fluid in market,
quarts, per aozen
4. 25 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts, per
dozen
5. 25 dozen copying ink, quarts, Arnold's
6. 5 dozen best blue ink. quarts, per dozen
7. 50 dozen David's carmine inK, ounce, No. 1,
per dozen
8. 2 M seal wafers, best quality, red, No. 3, for
office seal, per M
V. 5 pounds best red wafers, common size, per
pound
10. 50 pounds best extra super scarlet sealing wax,
per pound
CLASS NO 4.? Cutlery and Miscellaneous Arti
cits.
1. 35 dozen Rogers's knives, four blades, buck er
pearl handle, per dozen
2. 25 dozen Rogers's ivory handle erasers, per
dozen
3. 10 dozen office shears, or scissors, extra, per
dozen
4. loo doz^n silk taste, in hanks, per dozen
6. 5<0 dozen red tape, assorted, per dozen
6. 600 dozen German tape, No. 32, red, per dozen
7. 15 dozen paper weights, assorted,.per dozen
8. 3" pounds prepared India rubber, per pound
9. lo pounds pounce, per ponnd
10. 5 > pounds linen twine, per pound
11. 50 pounds best cotton twine, per pound
12. 9 dozen mahogany rulers, round or flat. 30
inches long, per dozen
13. 15 dozen India rubber rulers, round or flat,
("oo 'year's patent, 3i inches long
14. 20 pourds nest quality sponge, per pound
!5. 2" pounds gum arable, per pound
16. 30 dozen mucilage, large size glass jars, with
brush ana metallic top. per lozan
17. 30 dozen mucilage, pints, without birush or
top. per dozen
18. 120 dozen penholders, assorted, per dozen
19. 20 dozen strong 9-inch ivory folders, per dozen
20. 30 dozen packs Bristol visiting cards, per dozen
Claps No. 5.?Parchment and Parchment Paper
1. 5no sheets of parchment, best quality, 15x20
inches, per sheet
5. 500 sheets of parchment, best quality, 28x32
inches, per sheet
3 . 2,500 sheets of parchment paper, best quality,
10x16 inches, per sheet
4. 250 sheets parchment paper, best quality, 15x20
inches, per sheet.
FORM OF GUARANTY.
certify that ha proper facilities,
and able to fulfil a contract for furnishing
stationery for the Department of the Interior
during the year ending June 3>, 18? should
bid be accepted. Je6 M&Thlw
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD AND COAL.
Post Officb Department, June 17,1864.
pealkd Proposals will be received by the un
dersigned till 12 o'clock M.,on FRIDAY, July I,
for furnishing, for the use of this Department,
4*'0tons (2,240 lbs. to the ton,) beat Baltimore
Company's White Ash Coal,
60 tons best Red Ash Coal, same size, and
200 cords best seasoned Oak Wood.
Satisfactory.arrangements must be made to se
cure to the Government full weight and measure.
The wood must be corded and measured upon the
premises, and one-fourth sawed into three,and the
remainder into two pieces, and all piled away in
the cellar.
Parties supplying the Wood will be at liberty to
deliver it at such time during the fall and winter
as may best suit their conveaience. provided se
curity be given for the faithful fulfilment of the
contract.
The undersigned reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids, if the interests of the Department
seem to require it.
No bid will be> entertained unless satisfactory
evidence can be given of the reliability and loyal
ty of the parties.
Samples of coal, auch ai is deaired, can be seen
bv i
Iressed to the under
signed", and endorsed "Proposals for Wood and
c"1'"0' ?"SfiHffg Hii'iSwBiX;
Disbursing Clera,
Je 17 td Post Office Department.
T PROPOSALS FOR MEAT.
EE Undersigned will receive sealed proposals
nntii 3 p. m. of Wednesday, the 29th inst., for stip
plyingtbe Washington Asylum wfth'all the meat
that may be required at the institution for the ye ir
ending the 30th June. 1865.
Bidders will state the price por ponnd for fresh
and salt beef, for pork, lamb, veal, shoulders, mid
dlings, hams, and sausages, making separate bids
for the meat required for thA nft of the Intendant.
The meats required for the use of the Asylum to
be free from bone.
All meats to be furnished at such times, and in
such quantities as may be required by the Intend
att, and, if not in accordance with contract, may
be relected by bim. W. G. H. NEWMAN,
JOHM McDEVITT,
WM. SLATER,
Commissioners Washington Asylum;
je 20-td [Intelligencer.]
TOftkAtfb wA&HinGTon
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
BALTIMORE,
IALV9B,
EMFIEB,
jaxib a. e
wnyoH tti line of this aoopur, leartnc
Wallstr-t, Mav York, and looVSnhi
street,
rk rt.. <
486 PICTDRJ AND TASSELS,
. Different sizes and colors Picture Cord and tas
sels, Ringa, N ?h straat.
Might doors above Odd Fellows' Hall.
Terms cask. ap ?-lmif*
OYAL PICTURE FRAMES.
beautiful assortment of Gilt and Bark Oval
Eight doors above 6dd Fellows' Hall,
?T apJUnUT
PROPOSALS.
PROPOSALS ros STATIONERY.
Chief Quartermaster''s OJfiu. Pn>ot at Washington, I
Washington, June W, 1854. '
Stiuo Proposals will be received at this office
until Friday, June 24,1864, atl2o'?lock m.,for fur
nishing Stationery for this Depot for six<S)months
from July 1, J864, as per annexed Schedule.
All articles must be of the very best qualitr,
samples of which (of paper, one quirt, of envel
opes. one package1 must accompany each bid.
Each bidder mnst furnish, with his proposal,
but one sample of the article bid for, and but one.
trite for each article, which must be distinctly
marked thereon.
The contract will be awarded to the lowest re
sponsible bidder.
Faeh proposal must be signed by the indiyidu&l
or firm making it; and the ability to fulfill the
contract, if awarded, must be certified by the per
son or persons proposed as suieties.
Should any articles be repaired which are not
enumerated in the Schedule, they are to be fur
bished at the lowest market price.
The Depot Quartermaster reserves to himself
the right of ordering, from time to time, a greater
or less quantity of each and every article con
tracted for. as the public service may require,
within six months subsequent to the date of the
contract, and, should any articles not be delivered
within a reasonable time after being ordered, he
also reserves the right to purchase the said article
in open market, at the risk and expense of the per
son or persons contracting to furnish the same.
He will, in all cases, decide whether the terms of
the contract have been complied with, and re
serves the power to annul the contract upon any
failure to comply with its terms.
Bonds with approved security are to be given by
the person or persons contracting, and, in case of
failure to supply the articles ordered, the eon
tractor and biB sureties shall be liable to the for
feiture specified in such bond.
Proposals must be addressed to "Brigadier Gen
eral D H, RUCKER, Chief Quartermanter, Depot
of Washington, D. C,."acd to be plainly marked
"Proposals for Stationery,"
| Schedule of Ahticlbs.
! 40 reams Manilla Wrapping Paper, 24x38 inches,
not less than 60 pounds per ream,per ream
30 reams buff Envelope Paper, 24x32 inches, not
less than 9n pounds per ream, per ream
2o reams white Folio Post Paper, ruled. per ream
100 reams white Foolscap Paper, ruled, not less
than 12 pounds per renm, per ream
10reams Law Cap Paper, ruled, not less tban 12
pounds per ream, per ream
300 reams white Letter Paper, ruled, not less than
9 pounds per ream, per ream
200 reams white Commercial Note Paper, ruled,
not less tban e pounds per ream, per ream
1,|00 sheets Blotting Paper, per sheet
48 Blank Books, demi size, full bound, per quire
48 Blank Books, folio sire, full bound, per quire
100 Blank Books, crown cap size, bound in cloth,
per quire
loo Blank Books, cap size, half bound, per quire
200 octavo Memorandum Books, full size, per
dozen
60 Time Books, demi size, bound in cloth, per
dozen
60 Time Books, Email quarto aize, bound In clo h,
per dozen _
200 Time Books, small octavo sise,bound in leather,
per dozen ... .
20,000 white.Offlcial Envelopes, No. 12, very thick,
per M ... .
60,000 white Official Envelopes, No. 10, very thick,
per M , .
100,000 white Official Envelopes, 8x1 inches, tery
thick, per M
100,000 white Letter Envelopes, 5>?x3>? inched, very
thick, per M . . .
12 dozen Arnold's Writing Fluid, in qnart and pint
bottles, per dozen bottles
12 dozen M&yn&rd Sc Noyau' or other Black Ink, in
quart, pint, and half-pint bottles, per dozen
Dottles
12 dozen Arnold's Copying Ink, in quart and pint
bo'tles, per doien bottles
12 dozen Lawrence's Copying Ink, in quart and
pint bottles, per dozen bottles
24 dozen David's Carmine Ink, glass bottles and
?toppers, per dozen bottles
96 dozen Fabers or other black Lead Pencils, Nos.
2 and 3, best quality, per dozen
24 dozen Faber's or other red and blue Pencils,per
dozen .
24 dozen glass Inkstanks, assorted, per dozen
loo gross Gillett's Steel Pens, assorted, per gross
200 gross other Steel Pens, assorted, per gross
12 dozen gntta p?rcha Pen Holders, per dozen
48 dozen other Pen Holders, selected kinds, per
dozen
12 dozen tin Paper Folders, per dosen
26 pounds red Sealing Wax, 20 sticks to the pound,
best quality, per pound .
10 pounds white India Robber, 40 pieces to the
pound, per pound . .
100 dozen pieces Red Tape, Nos. 17 and 23, per dozen
loo dozen spools Bed Rape, Nos. 17 and 23, per spool
12 dozen glass jars Mucilage and Brushes, large
size, per dozen .... _ , ?
24 dozen glass Jars Mucilage and Brushes, small
size, per dozen
24 Letter Copying Books, 500,700, and 1,COO pages
each, per dozen . . . ..
l,0nri sheets Abstract Paper, "led to pattern, per
sheet
500 Bheets Return Paper, ruled and printed to pat
tern, ' per sheet
6 reams of Bill Paper, ruled to pattern, per ream
4 dozen ivory Paper Folders, per dozen .
4 dozen Erasers, ivory or wood handles, per dozen
6dozen guttapercha Rulers, per
dozen D- KLOiv.Ei??
Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
le K>-13t Depot of Washington.
pROPOSALS FOR FORAG1.
CBIIP QUARTBWASTBB'B Of FICB, I
Washibqtok Dbpot, Dec. 8,1863. f
Sealed Proposals are invited by the undersigned
for snpplyingthe U. S. Quartermaster s De
partment. at Washington, D. 0., Baltimore, Md..
i Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Va., or either of
these places, with Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw.
Bids will be received for the delivery of 6,000
bushels of corn or oats and 60 tons of hay or straw,
^Bid^erVmust state at which of the above-named
points they propose to make deliveries, and the
rates at which tney will make deliveries 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 must be written out in words on the
Corn to be np in good stout saeks, of aboat
two bushels each. Oats in like sacks of about three
Dushels each. The sacks to be furnished without
extra charge to the Govenment. The har and
?traw to be securely baled.
The particular kind or description of oats, eorn,
hay or straw proposed to be delivered most be
etated in the proposals. , ? ... . . .
All the articles offered nnder the bids herein In
vited will be subject to a rigid inspection by the
Government Inspector before being accepted.
Contracts will be awaxded 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 bee? *<livered and accepted.
The bidaer will be required to accompany his
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 or the con
tract, to deliver the forage proposed in confcirmity
with the terms of this advertisment: and in ease
the said bidder should fail to enter into the con
tract, 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
mfLee?swjn*ibility of the guarantors mast .be
shown by the official certificate of a U. S. District
Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other officer
under the United States Government or responsi
ble person known to this office.
Allbidders will be duly notified of the accept
ance or rejection of their pi oposals.
The full name and P.O., address of each bidder
must be legibly written in the proposal.
Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H.
Rucker, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Washington,
D.C.,and should be plainly marked "Proposals
^BondiT^n a sum eqnal to the amount of the con
tract, signed by the contractor and both of his
guarantors, will be required of the successful bid
der or bidders upon signing the contract.
Blank forms of bids, guarantees, andbonds, ma*
be obtained upon application at this Office.
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, County and State)?
(Date) ?
I, the subscriber, do hereby propose to famish
and deliver to the United 8tates,at the Quarter
master's Department at , agreeably to the
terms of yohr advertisement inviting proposals
for forage, dated Washington Depot, Dec. a, 1863,
the following articles, vis: ,
? bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bnshel of
Kpounds
bushels of Oats, in sacks, at ?? per bushel of
32ponnds
? tons of Baled Hay, at ? per ton of 2,000
ponnds
? tons of Baled Straw, at ? per ton of 2,000
Delivery to commence on or before the ? day of
, 166?, and to be completed on or before the
day of , 186?, and pledge myself to enter
into a written contract with the United States,
with good and approved securities, within the
space often days after being notified that my bid
has been accepted. Your obedient servant,
Brigadier General D. H. Rookib,
General Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D. 0.
GUARANTY.
We. the undersigned, residents of ,ln the
County of , and State of , hereby. Jointly
and severally, covenant with the United States,
and guarantee in ease the foregoing bid of
be accepted, that he or they will, within ten days
after the acceptance of said bid, execute the con
tract for the same with good and sufficient sure
ties, in a snm equal to the amonnt of the contract,
to famish the forage proposed in conformity to
the terms of advertisement dated December 8,1863,
nnder which the bid was made, and, in case the
said shall fail to enter into a contract aa
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 nnder oar hands and seals this ? day of
?**-? IK1
I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowl
edge and belief, the above-named guarantors an
good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for
which they offer to be security.
To be certified by the United States District At
torney, Collector of Customs, or any other officer
under tha United States Government, or respon
Ibl. Kt?.? *??>??> ?? til. .??k ED0
dee t-tf Brigadier General and Q. M.
HIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, 7~
?? x. * ?? WA8BIBOtO?,l
Waskintttn, D. C? January 4,1364. J
All dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather.
short notice, with the price of each marked ind
figures, so that, incase the exigencies of thesei
require it, the article or articles can be obta
without delay, and at the lowest price.
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PR0F0SAL3.
P
R0P0SAL8 FOR STATIONERY.
Depiktjibnt or Statb, |
Washington. Juno 1,18W
Scaled Proposal* for furnishing such Stationery
umir be required by this Department during the
fiscal year ending June 30.1835. will be received
until 12 o'clock ra. on Saturday, the 2d of July
next. Those unaccompanied by satisfactory testi
monials of ability to fulfil the contract will not be
considered, and contracts will only be awarded to
established manufacturers of,or dealers in, the
articles.
All articles required must be of the best quality
of their kind, and not inferior to the samples,
which will be exhibited at the Department.
Each proposal must be sicned by the individual
or firm making it, and must specify but one price
for each and every article of the schedule or of the
class bid for.
The arncles, when furnished, must correspond
with the samples, or any of thenl. if desired, and
in no case be inferior in qnality to the sarawle;
and they must be delivered without delay when
ordered. and must be satisfiactory to the Secretary;
and a failure so to comply with this stipulation
will be deemed cause fur the abrogation of the
contract.
Articles not named in the schedule are to be fur
nished at the option of the Department, at the
lowest market prices, and the right is reserved of
ordering a greater or less quantity of each article
contracted for, as the public service may require.
Bonds, with approved security, must bo given by
the person or firm obtaining the contract; and in
the event of the refusal or neglect of the contractor
to furnish any article or articles named in the con
tract, on the order of the disbursing clerk, the
same may be purchased in open market, and the
difference in price paid therefor and the contract
price shall be paid by the contractor, and be de
ducted in the settlement of his acconnt for the
quarter during which such refusal or neglect may
occur.
The subjoined schedule specifies,as nearly as can
now be done, the amount, quality, and description
of each of the articles likely to be required.
The bids will be canvassed for each of the three
classes separately, and contracts for one or more
of the classes awarded, as may be deemed most ad
vantageous to the Department.
Proposals to be addressed to the Department of
State, and endorsed "Proposals for Stationery."1
Item CLASS No. 1.?Paper.
1. 10 reams white Laid Cap, heavy, ruled to pat
tern, per ream
2. 10 reams Cap, white, ruled to pattern, per ream
3. in reams Cap, white, ruled to pattern, extra
superfine, per ream
4. 10 reams Consular Cap, white, and ruled to
pattern, per ream
5. 5 reams Consular Cap, white, double thick,
superfine, per ream
6. 5 reams Regal Cap, white, trimmed and ruled,
per ream
7. 20 reams Quarto Post, white, ruled, supe", per
ream
8. 10 reams white Vellum Note, highly glazed,
hard calendered, per ream
0. 25 reams Commercial Note Paper, lined, Buper
extra, per ream
lft. 10 reams Plat Cap, white, unruled, per ream
11. 10 reams Envelope, yellow or buff, royal, per
ream
12. 10 ?eams large brown Envelope, per ream
13. 10 dozen sheets Patent Slotting, per doze
sheets
Class No. 3.?Envelopes.
1. 1,000 Muslin Lined, lithographed, and printed
to order, in}? by 5 inches, per M
2. 1,000 Muslin Lined, lithographed, and printed
to. order, 9 by 4 inches, per M
3. 5W muslin lined, lithographed, and printed to
order, 1 by inches, per M
4. 10^,"00 adhesive Envelopes, white, heavy, lith
ographed, and printed to order and pat
terns, per M
5. 10,f00 adhesive Envelopes, large and small,
white, letter ana note, plain, per M.
Intermediate sizes ordered not to be
charged higher than bid for size next
larger
Class No. 3.?Pent, Pencils, <tc.
1. 20 gross Perry 'a, Gillott's , or other g od me
tallic Pens, per gross
2. 3,000 Quills. No. 80, per M
3. 1<idozen Paber's.or other good, No. 1 to 4. or
graduated, per dozen
4. 5 dozen Faber's, Ac., red and blue pencils, per
dozen
Class No. 3?Continued.?/nfc, Inkstands, Wa
fers, and Wax
1. 4 d ozen Draper's Inkstands, per dozen.
2. 6 dozen Maynard ic Noyes's Ink, pints, per
dozen
3. 6 dozen Ink, pints. Arnold's per dozen
4. 3 dozen best French carmine Ink, ounce, per
dozen
5. 6 M seal Wafers, best quality, red. No. 3, for
office seal, per M
6. 2 pounds best red Wafers, common size, per
pound
7. 100 pounds best extra super scarlet sealing
Wax, per pound
Clabs No. 3?Continued.?Cutlery and Miscel
laneous Articles.
1. 3 dozen Roger's or other Knives, four blades,
buck or pearl handles, per dozen
2. 5 dozen Roger's ivory handle or Shaver's pat
ent Erasers, per dozen
3. 1 dozen ivory Wafer Stamps, per dozen
4. 2 dozen office Shears, extra, per dozen
f>. 3 dozen office Scissors, per dozen
6. 25 dozen silk Taste, wide, per dozen
7. 5" dozen red Tape, assorted, per dozen
8. 3dozen Paper Weights, assorted, per dozen
5. 3 dozen Green's inlc Erasers and Paper Clean
er, per dozen
in. 5 pounds prepared India Rubber, per pound
11. 3 pounds Pounce, per pound
12. 50 pounds large Twine for packing, per pound
13. 50 pounds Linen Twine, per pound
14. 5" pounds best Cotton Twine, per pound
15. 3 dozen Rulers, round or fiat, 30 inches lonj.
per dozen
16. 5 pounds best quality Sponge, per pound
17. 10 pounds Gum Arabic, per pound
18. 4 dozen Mucilage, small size glass jars, with
brush and metallic tops, per dozen
19. 5ft dozen Penholders, assorted, per dozen
je 8-law4w
Ordnance OFFICE,
U War Dkpabtmext.
W ashi*gtos. June 11,1354.
8ealed Proposals will be received at this Office,
untill Monday, the 27th day of June, 1854, for 24
POUNDER and 32 POUNDER SHELL, to be de
livered in t_e lollowing quantities at the under
named Arsenals, viz:
S4-POUNDER SH1LL
At the Watervliet Arsenal, New York. 5.009.
At the New York Arsenal, Governors Island,
I^ew York. 10,000,
At the At'egSaany Arsenal. Pittsburgh, 5,000,
At the Washington Arsenal, D. C., 6,0tX>,
34-POCNDER SHELL
At the Watervliet Awenal. New York, S.O'lO.
the New York Arsenal, Governor's Island,
New \ork. 10 ooo.
At the Alleghany Arsenal, Pittsburg, S,000.
At the Washington Arsenal, D. C., 5,000.
These projectiles are to be made of thekindof
metal and inspected after rules laid down in the
Ordnance Manual, the tensile strength to be not
less than 14,000 pounds per square inch.
They are to be made in accordance with the in
structions given in the Ordnance Manual.
Drawings can be seen at any of the United States
A) senals.
The projectiles are to be inspected at the foundry
where cast, and are to be delivered at the Arsenals
free of charge for transportation or handling.
Deliveries must be made at the rate of not less
than one-tenth (1 10th) of the whole amount con
tracted for per week, the first delivery to be made
on the 9th day of Julv, 1364.
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.
Separate proposals must be made for each calibre.
Bidders will state explicitly the arsenal or ar
senals where they propose to deliver, and the num
ber of projectiles they propose to deliver at each
place, if for more than one.
No bids will be received from parties other than
founders or proprietors of works, who are known
to the Department to be capable of executing the
work proposed for.
Should any party obtaining a contract offer shell
other than those cast in his own foundry, they will
be rejected, and the contract rendered null and
void.
GUARANTEE.
The bidder will be required to accompany his
proposition with a guaranteesigned by two respon
sible persons, that in case bis bid is accepted he
will at once execute the contract for the same,
with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to
one-tenth of the amonntof the contract, to deliv
er the article proposed, in conformity with the
terms of this advertisement; and in case the said
bidder should fail to enter into the contract, they
to make good the difference between the offer of
said bidder and the next responsible bidder, or
the person to whom the contract may be awarded.
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the official certificate of the clerk of the
nearest District Court, or of the United States
District Attornev.
Bonds in a sum eqoal to one-tenth of the amount
of the contract, signed by the contractor and both
of his guarantors, will be required of the success
ful bidder er bidders upon signing the contract.
FORM OF GUARANTEE.
We, the undersigned, residents of , in the
county of . and State of , hereby, jointly
and severa/'y, covenant with the United States, ana
guarantee in case the foregoing bid of be
accepted, that he or they will at once execute the
contract for the same with good and sufficient sure
ties. in a sum equal to one-tenth of the amount
of the contract, to furnish the articles proposed in
conformity to the terms of the advertisement, dated
June 11, 1864, under which the bid was made: and,
in case the said shall fail to enter into a
contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good
the difference between the oiler of the said
and the next lowest responsible bidder, or
the person to whom the contract may be awarded.
J Given under onr hands and seals
fthis? dayot?,18ft-, r?
Witness: J Seal.]
[Seal.1
To this guarantee must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned.
Bach party obtaining a contract will be obliged
r? ?n.t?r,1Pto bonds, with approved sureties, Tor
its faithful execution.
Upon the award being made, suceessfal bidders
willbe notified, and furnished with forms of con
tract, and bond.
The Department reserve* the right to reject any
or all bids if not deemed Jktisfactory. ,, _
Proposals will be addressed to " BrigadierGen
eral George D. Ramsay. Chief of Ordnance, Wash
ington, D7C.,? and will be endorsed " Proposals
for 24-pounder and 32-pounder Shell.
GEORGE D. RAMSAY,
je 13-eotd Brig. Gen., Chief of Ordnance.
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Boornre vnt, dby abd tabbed bhbatb
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LAMP BLACK,
BBIaV abd OBMBBT, Wholesale aad BetaO.
Dealers ?applied oa the most liberal terras, .
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LOCK HOSPITAV
OFFICE No. T SOUTH FREDERICK STREEr
THE ONLY PHYSICIAN ADVERTISING,
Hai discovered the moat Certain. Speedy, Mj
Effectual Remedy in the world f?>r
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
Rrlie f in -Vir Hfmrt' Nn Trifling
Persons Ruined by Ignorant Pretender", or bf
Deadly Poison, Mercury, should apply
immediately,
.4 CURE WARRANTED OR NO CHARGE
IN FROM ONE TO 7 WO DA YS.
Weakness of the Bark, Involuntary Di*charr"??,
Strictures. Affection* of the Kidney* ani Bladder,
Impotency. General Debility, Nervousness, Dys
?ep?jr. Languor, Low Spirits. Confusion of Idea*,
alpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling,
Dimness of Sight or Giddiness. Disease of the Ilead,
Throat, Nose, or Skin, Affections of the Liver,
Lungs. Stomach or Bowels?these Terrible Disor
ders arising from Solitary Habits of Youth-th*
srORKT and solitary practices more fatal to their
victims than the sone of Syrens to the mariners ef
Elyssus. blighting their most brilliant hopes op
anticipations, rendering marriage, Ac., impossi
ble.
YOUNG MEN
Especially, who have become the victims of 8oIi
tary Vice.that dreadful and destructive habit which
annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of
Young Men of the most exalted talent and brilliant
intellect, who might otherwise hare entranced lis
tening Senates with the thunders of eloquence or
waked to extacy the living lyre, may call with full
confidence.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
These are ion* of the sad and melancholy effect*
produced by early habits of youth, vi*: Weakness
of the Back and Limbs, Pain in the Head. Dimness
of Sirtit, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability. De
rangement of the Digestive Fnnctions, General
Debility, Symptoms of Consumption, Ac.
M*xtalitt.?1The fearful effects on the mind are
much to be dreaded?Loss of Memory. Confusion
of Ideas. Depression of Spirits. Evil Forebodings
Aversion to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Soli
tude, Timidity, Ac,
MARRIAGE.
Married Ptnons, or younjj m?n contcrapl.itine
marriage. aware of Physical WeaVnes.., Ort-nni^
Debility, Wasting of the Oi trans, Deformities Ac
ehould apply immediately. ' '*
He who places himself under the care of Dr J
may religiously confide in his honor a? a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon hi* skill as a
Physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, IMPOTEVCY IMPEDI
_ ^ , MBNTS TU^IARRIAUE
By Dr. Johnston s marvelous treatment. Weak
nef7 of}"e r,r?*ns >R speedily cured, and full vigor
restored. Thousand? of the most nervous, debili
tated and impotent, who had lost all hope, hava
been immediately relieved.
All impediments to marriage, Physical or Mental
Disqualifications. Loss of Procreative Power, Ner
vous Irritability, Tremblings, and Weakness, or
Exhaustion of the most fearful kind, nr^edily
cured.
? , ? DR. JOHNSON,
Member of the Boyal College of Surgeons, Lon
don, Graduate from one of the most eminent Col
leges in the United States, and the greater part of
whose life has been spent in the hospital* of Lon
don. Paris.Philadelpniaand elsewhere.has effected
some of the most astonishing cures that were ever
known: many troubled with ringing in the head
and ears when asleep.gTeat nervousness be alarm?d
at sudden sounds, nashfulness. with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement
of mind, were cured immediately.
YOUNG MEN
who have injured themselves by a certain practice
indulged iu when alone?a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, the effects of
which are nigh'ly felt, even when asleep, and, if
not cured, renders marriage impossible, and de
stroys both mind and body, should apply immedi
ately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of hi*
country and darling of his parents, snonld be
snatched from all the prospects and enjoyments ot'
life by the conseauence of deviation from the path
of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit.
Such persons must, before contemplating
MARRIAGE
reflect that a sonnd mind and body are the most
necessary requisites to promote connubial happi
ness Indeed. Without these the Journey through
life become* a weary pilgrimage; the prespect
hourly darkens to the view; the mind becomes
shadowed with despair and filled with the melan
choly reflections that the happiness of another id
blighted with our own.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of this pain
ful disease, it often happens that an ill-timed sense
of shame or dread of discovery deters him from ap
plying to those whe, from education and respecta
bility can alone befriend him. He falls into the
hands of ignorant and designing pretenders, who,
incapable of curing, filch hia pecuniary substance,
keep him trifling month after month, or as long &a
the smallest fee can be obtained, aud in despair
leavehimwith ruined health to sigh over his gall
ing disappointment; or. by the use of that deadly
poison. Mercury, hasten the constitutional symp
toms of this terrible disease, such as Affections of
the Head, Throat. Nose, Skin, etc., progressing
with frightful rapidity until death puts an end to
his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that un
discovered country from whose bourne no traveler
returns.
OFFICE T SOUTn FREDERICK STREET,
left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe nam?
and number.
?^"No letters received unless post paid and con
taining a stamp to be used on the repiy. Persons
writing shonM state age, and send portion ot ad
vertisement describing symptoms.
The Dt.'i Diploma hanes in his OJfite,
INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousand cured at this establishment
within the last twenty years, and tbe numerous
important Surgical Operations performed by Dr
Johnston, witnessed by the reportersof ? The Sun '
and many other papers, notice- of which have ap
peared again ana again before the public, besides
his standing as a gentleman of character and re
sponsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to the af
liicted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
ja 29-ly
gECRET DISEASES I SECRET DISEASES
SAMARITAN'S GIFT
SAMARITAN'S GIFTI
THE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USED
"Yea, A Positive Cure" for
GONORH(EA, GLEET, STRICTURES, da
Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercnry.
Only Ten PiUa to be Taken to Effect a Cur*
They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor
any unpleasant taste, and will not fn any way in
jure the stomach or bowels of the most delicate
Cures in from two to four days, and recent easel
I^lJtw^ntT-fou.r bours." Prepared by a graduate
of the Lniversity of Pennsylvania, one of the most
eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present day.
*0 EXPOSURE, NO TROUBLE, NO CHANG* WHATEVER,
Le* those who have despaired of getting cured,
or ho have been gorged with Balsam Copavia. or
Mercury, try the
SAMARITAN3 GIFT.
Bent by mail in a plain envelope.
Price?Male packages, S2. Female IS.
BLOOD 1 BLOOD! | BLOOD II
SCROFULA, ULCMR4, SORES, SPOTS
TETTERS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS
OR VENEREAL DISEASES, tie.
SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICE
la offered the public as ? positive enre.
8YPHILI8 OR VENEREAL DISEASES, the 8A
MARITAN'8 ROOT AND HERB JUICE, is the
most potent, certain and effectual remedy eve?
prescribed; it reaches and eradicates every particle
of the venereal poison, so that the cure is thorough
and permanent. Take then of this purifying reme
dy and be healed, and do not transmit to yonr pos
terity that for which you may repent in after years
?i.w v DO NOT DESPAIR!
P?,KhXon maI pronounced incurable, the
SAMARITAN'S BOOT AND HERB JUICES
win remove every vestige of impurities from th?
system, as well as all the bad effects of Mercury.
FEMALES! FEMALES I!
In many affection* with which numbers of Fe
males suffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICES ia
happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in
""'tee, m bearing down, Falling of the Womb
Debility, and for ail complaintE incident to these*.
Sent by express. Price $1 a bottle, or I bottle#
for pA.
? , SAMARITAN'S CHANCRE WASH.
26 cents. Full directions.
DESMOND A CO., Box 151 Philadelphia Port
Office.
Sold by B. CALVERT FORD, corner of llth end
Pa. avenue.
HENRY COOK, Alexandria. marltf
r? 'RIESEMAR?Protected by Royal Letters Fat
M. ent of England, and secured by the seals of th*
Ecole de Pharmacie de Paris, and ths Imperial
College of Medicine, Vienna.
Triesmar No. 1 is the effectual remedy for Relax
ation, Spermatorrhoea, and Exhaustion of the Sys
tem. Triesmar No. 3 has entirely superseded the
nauseous use of Copavia, Cubebs. Ac. Triesmar
No. S is the infallible remedy for all Impurities and
Secondary Symptoms, thus obviating the use of
mercury and all other deleterious Ingredients
Each preparation is in the form of a most agree
able Lozenge. Secured from effects of climate and
changes of atmosphere, in tin cases, at 13 eacs, o?
four pS eases in one for $9, and in $27 cases, tbu*
saving 19. Divided in separate doses as adminit*
tered Dy Valpeau, Sallemande, Roex. Ac., Ac.
Wholesale and retail by Dr. BARROW, No. I'M
Bleecker street, New York. _ _
To be had also of 8. 0. FORD, No. 890 Pa- av*.
comer llth street. mar 9-3m
CONFIDENTIAL. , .
OUNG MEN who have injured themselves bf
eertain secret habits which unfit them for bosiness,
pleasure, or the dutieo of married life; also middia
aged or old men, who, from the follies of ??
other causes, feel a debility in advanceeftheir
years, before placing themselves under the treat
ment of any one, should first read "THE SECRET
FRIEND.'' Married Ladies will learn something
of importance by perusing4'The Secret Friene.
Sent to any addreas, in a sealed envelop# on re
ceipt of Tea Cents Address _
Da. CHAS. A. STEWART A CO,
de 14-ly Boston.
OUR MUTT.AL FRIEND. By Charles Diekens.
25 cents. .
Nancy Blake Letters to a Western Cousin. < 5
cents. .
Banting's Letters on Corpulence. 75 cents.
Ye Book of Bubbles. $3.
Censin Phillis. A tale. 28 cents.
Hon'y'fcarpeiiters' and Joiners' Hand Book. 60
C*8erea Storiea, with Basement and Attic. By Ik
^Mass\e's Mission to America.
Herbert Snencer'* First Principle^ ? M
San and Nature. By George P. }?j*?? utors.
Tucker man's America and Her Commenuior*.
Hazard on the Will. f2. rJuHCK TAYLOR.
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