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THE EVENING STAR,
Ballad? fer Bad ?Vteasarie?.
A freqnent excuse put forward by p-*r?.on?
asked to eiLg is tue declaration ??that ibej
?? ou id be .1? li t.ted, if they could rememwr
the words." As woros in tne present stvle ?+i
niii.ii.ie. really matter very little, we give the
following verses as a sample of tne kind of
ihm* that may be sung hy people wit? saort
Ob. if I bad a lumpty turn tuninty turn too,
In tbe laud of th?? oli v.-and tig.
1 ?ouiJ sing of th?? lumty turn tumti t3 you.
And play *on my thingumy jig
And if in the I u nipt y tum? battle I fall,
A tumti turn's all that 1 ??rave; ?
Oh bury me deep in the what you may call.
An I pl.-int tbingumbobaover my grave.
[In c?se this should be too great au effort for
the memory, we have dashed off the eucceed
iLg tulle, iu which, by a clear and loua deliv
ery ot the ends of tbe lines the bearer will
imagine be knows wbat it is all about.]
Dumty, dunity. dumty, love,
Dunify. diddy. heart,
Dumty. dumty. dumty, prove,
liumty. diddy. part:
Dumty. dumty. dumty, meet,
Dumty diddy, coy,
Dumty. dumty. dumty, sweet!
Dumty, diddy, Joy!
Dumty, dumty, dumty, bliss,
Dumty, diddy. shine.
Du m'y, dumty, dumty, kiss!
Dumty. diddy. mine!
Polks Rbpobts?Second Precinct?Sarah
'Williams, pioetitution: worknouse. Joba
Kit*?, passing and having counterfeit money;
case turned over to Detective McDevitt. Cata?
enne Denkloger, threats; dismissed. Robert
Warner, aeeault and battery, bail for peace.
Third Precinct.?Jobn Owen, disorderly; dis
missed. William Noaks, do.; **2.41. Mary
Pramgan, do.; RARA Fanny Smith, do : do.
Michail Shay, drunk and disorderly: 9*2.41. A.
Jackson, disturbing public worship: do. Jno.
JacK- on, Interfering, with officers: do Michael
Shay, drunk; ui.-mieeed Seiphenus ttalstine,
disorderly; *5 41. J J. Walsh, do.: dismissed.
William Edinburg, do.; f'2.56. Michael Shay,
? t ? ?:? f d.snii-sed William Nokes. selling li
quor to soldiers; 08?. Hilleary O'Neal, drunk
and disorderly-, fgi.54. James Smith, drunk;
il u missed.
Fourth Precinct ? David Matthews, drunk and
uif-v nlerly. 92. Also, threats; bail for court.
Margaret Fmnegan, assault and oattery; dis
muted. Harriet and Ann Hell, disorderly: 9%
each. Ucriieliu? cordello, assault; bail for
Fifth I'rtcinct ?Johnson Patterson, Ch?ties
Jakley, Fat'k Mnllay, Mich 1 Keily, A. Sbip
**?*??, nrunk and disorderly ? V. Knight, grand
laneny; nismi??sed ii. Eckert, aiding deser
t on. .lohn Head, Bernard Gotleib, and A. M.
Lee, rebel spies, military.
Sixth Precinct. - tila Bragg, grand larceny:
ftrf trial Peter Swltzer, viola'ing Corporation
law; dismissed. Walter Humphrey, larceny;
do. Fied. DentoD, violating cow law;?5. Mar
garet Santry, disorderly; 91. Bridget Toomy,
Margaret Saritry, threats; bail for peace. Brid
get Toomy, disorderly; 92. Jobn Names, John
Tripp, det-trtion; military. Angelina Johnson,
gr'tnu I-irceli ? : dismiseed. Louis Beeson. drunk
and disorderly; military.
Tenth Precinct? C. Ward, disorderly; dis
missed Li .in.- Butler, throwing stones: do.
Wm. Downs, Christian Brown, Mary Gray.
eon, insorderly: 92 each Harvey Louis, do.;
95. Robert Minti. Hugh Payue, fighting ia the
street; f**| each. Siias Cook, disorderly; SI.
Thomas Drice, do.; 92. Margaret Rodgers,
do ; dismissed. Frederick M. Wigbtsell, drunk;
Wm. Blake, suspicion ut larceny: Sarah Jones,
petit larceny; dismissed.
Small Annotami es.?It had been said by a
cynical writer tbat the feeling aman experi
ences ou hearing of the misfortune of another
is a pleasurable one. He ie glad tbat he him
self was not the sufferer. Be this ae it may, it
?- pretiy certain tbat tbe suspicion?wonld it
be tuo much to say the hope''?tbat our neigh
bors are not exempt from ??eating cares" enables
us to bear our uwu troubles with mote equan
imity tban if we sorrowed solus. It is a sad
thing io be morbidity irritable, tor this is an ir
ritable world, and the man who is thin-skin
ned is sure to have his tender moral epidermis
rubbed down with sand-paper every bour in
the day. The moment society finds out that a
particular individual is sensitive and easily
annoyed, it begins to bait him, inst as reckless
l > - pester a staggering drunkard in tbe street.
If be has an especially sore spot, that cannot
te abraded witbuut causing bim exquisite pain,
his acquaintances are sure to find out and to
?'touch him on the raw" as frequently as pos
sible. People who fret and fume over every
pretty grievance, who take harmless jokes as
insults, aud are continually groaning and wor
ry ing over fancied wrongs or trilling disap
pointments, are treat nuisances. There is hut
one cure tor ttiem thit we know of, and that
is real calamity. We once knew a chronic
grumbler wbo was entirely cured by a com
pound fractare of the thigh. It is possible, on
the other hand, to be too ??good natured."
Yi.nr very acquiescent ??O. yes?certainly "sort
often agree to much tbat it is their duty to op
pose. A temper tuat is neither touchy enough
io t.e disturbed by trivial cans?, nor so yielding
aa to r?* incapable of negation, is an unspeaka
Economical Wicking?a writer says: In
tbe present high price of kerosene lamp wicks,
people can make a better wick than they can
b* y by taking cotton flannel, of which all have
puces, aod folding it up three thicknesses, just
vide encogh to g j into the tube, and catching
tbe edges with coarse stitches. Tbe wick will
burn well, and can always be easily rolled up
THE POLITICAL HISTORY
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
THE GREAT REBELLION,
FKOM BOVBMBE* ?, 185", TO JtLT 4,1854 ;
Including a classified summary of tbe legislation
cf the i?econd Session of the Thirty-ai.xth Con
gre**, the Three Sessions of tbe Thirty seventh
Conaresa, the j/irat Session of tbe Thirty eighth
Congre?s. with the votea thereon, ?nd the impor
tant Executive. Judicial and Politico-Military
Facts of tbat eventful period; together with the
organization, legislation and general proceedings
of tbe Rebel Administraron, by
Its Edward McPhbbson,
Clerk of the House of Representatives of the
Tr e ?., rk'?ontains a Magaziss op Facts, ar
ranged in logical orOer, or grouped in natural
banni ny. constituting a moat valuable contribu
tion to the Historical Literature of the country.
In all tbe votes, p?rt?ea are classified.
The luir* is tborou*h. both as tonames and sub?
jrc's, (ivin* tbe reader entire command of the con
tie pp., Fvo . iaw, sheep: pricef l; fbk* bt mail.
PHIcP A SJLOMONS. Publisher?,
?? 14-?>?;w M**"opolitan Bookstore. 3i?Z Pa. av
O-i MONEY : MONEY! MONEY! 0*r|
THE l LD L&TABL'SHBD LOAN OEFICB,
No 351 O at., bet. 4>? and 6th. ?te,
HAAC HEBZBERG A BO'*' continue to make
aavacc ? on ali eums on ' atehes. Diamond /tiB\
Jew.lry. Ladies' ??nd Gente wearin* ap *V A
parel and in fact -pon all raer j h a die?? usa ?? ?El
a ly tasen In a Pa?vn oflVe. The high at advances
ma ? a?. 1 ali b tnomM ?trictly cu.? adenti.1. Hav
ing condceted b?*ine<a for so many years in thia
eity we c?o. of cour?e,referto any old reaident of
?waaki' ?ton. R member
No 3 > I north C at., bet. 4.S and 6th at?.
Iinuiediately in rear of Nati ?oal H ?tel.
sepu im*_?. ???????? ? BON.
OU?? PAWNBUOKBB AND QufT
?CD LOAN OFFICE. AdOD
LICENSED BY AUTHORITY.
2*-5 MATTHEW ? WALSH. 2*5
2-5 C Stbbbt. between 1th and 11th,
Second door from Harvey's Oyster Saloon.
In '? m aliali ce with tbe wish of many fi tenda, I
am cow pr.pared to make liberal Ca-h al
vacce? od Gold and 8il?er Watches. Dia .
p omis. Jewelry, bilver war?, Uardw.re.tV ?
Cb-tbinn. and Merchandise of every dee ription in
?WHatmr bad twelve yearsexperiaacein busl
n??a in the City, and favorably known t? many of
its citizene, I am roufident that to all who may in
trust me with t.usineas.t which ?ill be atri^tly
confidi?atti.1) 1 will ?i?-? eatiafafction Office open
?very day (Bandayesoeptedl from Seveu o'eloek,
a. m. untiljline ajaiw? p. ?. aep ul-3in
Kr" M*NT.-lt is.?vkuowiede?d hv th? alarfa?.
?.?u?? ???.. -..."? ....?-.-.- ? - ??. ?UK?? ana imo.is
turee. lo less time tban ?ny Paraician in Waahinat
ton, no diffrreu?** your circumstance* or situation
Our ten? am chare*? are auch tbat ih? u ofortn
nat? pi? r receive th? aaiue treatment aa the rich
??? l> eo4t*_
I G EORGE FORREST,
a ATE Quarterntaster United Statea Army,
Officer?, Ordnance. Quartermaster's.
?b? Tenth Kraet,
an:? lm?_Washiagton, P. 0.
AUDUhON-B BIRD8 O? NORTH AMERIO A,
In ??? vola., royal ,eUTO of t?xt"ia?| oi?
Baaamlfleeatfollo volume of platea, tai?? 17 bt ?
?^ele^iafaabla?iB*. F or sale^ss^e*?tSr.
arfe? oto, et _
CAPTAIN BRAND. OF TBS OBNTIPBDB
His Lovas aad Exploita By Oast. H. A Wi?.
O. B. M.. wiU Ulaatrationa; SlJf?. ' ?a?? wi*?
M FEAR-CaT. TATLOE
OB Eie I AL?.
Wer Demm?nene, AOjZ?snt General's Offiee, \
* Washington, March 17,?T?4 \
Ail applications for leave? of abnenoe or per
aUaslon to visit Washington muet be addrsened
to Major Oeneral Haileck, Chle* of StaB, and
atnst specify the business for which the ofBoei
leaire? the permission Telegrama addressed
Hrect to the Secretary of War on this subject
will receive ne attentton.
Hy order of the Secretary ef War -.
E. ? ToWHS-DTD?
___________ Adjutant Ornerai
M 188 LILLIB BBNNBTT has the honor to in
form the public that she is prepared t? ? ? ?
instructions in . usic. at her reside o?. No. 529 ?
st bet .6th and 7th sts., aad respectfully solicit
their patronage. ,
8fce respectfully offers the following references
Prof. J. ? Daniel, Hen. Rich'd Wall.ch ?Jayor,
Franck ? ylor. Esq., Dr. Alex. McDonald Davis.
John F Coyle, Esq. __i ______
BORROMEO COLLBGB, Pikesvilie, Baltimore
county. Md.. opens its ninth session on the 2d
Monda- of September For the terms or other in
formation address Rev. E. Q. S. WALDRON,
GEORGETOWN FEMALE SEMINARY. 151
I West etreet, Tbe duties of this Institution
will be resumed Beptember 5. For circulars ad
dreee the principal. _
sep2 1m' _M. J. HARRQVER.
^T, TIMOTHY'S HALL.
The undersigned will open his SCHOOL FOR
BOARDING AND DAY PUPIL8, at the above
named place on TUESDAY, Sept. 13,1864.
He has. by a very liberal outlay, secured the best
talent to assist him in the education of young gen
tlemen, and has procured a site inferior to none in
the country for salubrity of climate and beauty of
scenery. The Hall is an extensive series of build
ings, fitted up with every requisite for comfort,
convenience and health, surrounded by .1 > acres of
ground, affording ample scope for physical exer
cise The following gentlemen constitute the
E. PARSONS. Principal and
Professor of Mathematics and Moral Sciences.
GEO. S. GRAPE. A.M..
Professor of Natural Science and Mathematics.
Rev. J.NEWMAN HANK, A.M.
Professor of Ancient Languages A Moral 8cienee.
Rev. A. SOMMERFIELD HANK. A. M.,
Professor of Belles Lettres and Anc'-.nt Language
Rev.H H BRUNING.A M.,
Professer of German,Spanish and Mathematics.
Professor of French Languages.
Professor of Painting and Drawing.
A. M. METZ, Esq..
Professor of Vocal and Instrumental Music.
TERM?.?Boarding pupils 9900 per year of 10
months: weekly boarding purils ???? per year of It)
months: daily pupils Bit? per year of 10 months.
including far? to and from the city.
For particulars see circulars to bo obtained at
principal bookstores, or address
E. PARSONS, Catonsville.
Baltimore County, Maryland.
Circulars to be had at the Star Office,
THE UNION FEMALE ACADEMY.-The fif
teenth annual session of this institution will
commence on the 5th of September, 1561. Circu
lars obtained at the Academy, corner Uth street
and New York avenu??._anl6-eo2m*
RS. BURR will reopen her School on MO ?
DAY. Sept. 26, 391 ? street, sep 2-eotoctl*
tfEMALE COMPLAINTS and Diseaeee arising
lrom impurity ofthe blood receive special at
tention from Dr. DARBY, 49'.' 7th street, between
D and E. Honorable and tcientific treatment war
ranted._ _sep 16-lm* "
CREVER AND AOUB PERMANENTLY CURED
G FOR ?-?.-Madame MaRSHA, the Astrolo
cist, at No. 403 ? street, will warrant to the pub
lic to cure the Fever and A? ne permanently in
one week's time. Also other complaints treated
with great success at No. 403 ? street, between
9th and loth sts. sep 14-lm*
DENTISTRY -Ore. LOCKWOOD A MERRILL,
Denti.ts. Room No. 2 Washington
Bui'din?. corner Pa. av. and 7th st. AH?
operations performed m tbe most skillful
manner. Charges reasonable._eep8-lm*
QRBAL DI8O0YERY IN DENTISTRY.
luth Extracted without poim with tht Muhriu ef
l would auvise all persona having teeta to en
xrant to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office,
aud have them taken out by this new i
and harml-s* procese. Aleo call and?
examine the Doctor'a new and im
proved method o? Inserting Artificial Teeth. If
you once see the great improvement In his teeth
ion will bave them in no other atyle than this new
and valuable en?. No. 348. Pa. avenue, between
'?h and Uth streets.
______8. B. LBWIB, M. P., Dentist.
, LeUOsalB, M. D.. tbe Inventor and Patentee
ofthe MINERAL PLATE TBBTH. at-,
tend? personally at his office in thieJ
eity Many persons can wear theseC
teeth who cannot wear others, and no
person can wear othera who cannot wear thee?.
Pereone Gallic* at my office can be accommodated
with any atyle and price of Teeth they may desire,
but to those who are particular and wish the purest
cleanest, atrongeet, and most perfect denture that
art can produce, the MINERAL PLATB will be
more fully warranted.
Booms in this city?No 339 Pennsylvania evenne
between 9th and 10th street?. Alio, 007 Arch st?
UNITED STATES 7 3-10 LOAS.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WASHING
TON has now on hand, ready for immediate deliv
ery, a full supply of these new Bonda. Subscribers
arereuuesttd to present thtir certificatis at mice and
receive ttitir Bonds.
Thf.se having money to invest should not lose
sight of the fact tbat by investing in this Loan
they not enly receive interest, at the high rate of
7 3-10 per cent., but secure to themselves the very
important advantage of obtaining, at the end of
three years. 6 PER CBNT. 5-20 YEAR BONDS
AT PAR, which are now worth over 12 percent,
premium, and which after the war must necessa
rily advanceto_a_much higher rate. an 24-tf
CjnT~ 31b i BTREET. _E__D
w tRucK?Kw, fr
^^ AND mmM
CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS
COAL OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPS.
I offer all of the above articles of goods, which
embrace the best assortment ever offered to the
V? aebington public; at 1" per cent lower than they
can be purchased elnewbere in the city.
Call and see for yourselves.
J. R. F0LEY,
sep 2- lm* 31 ? F et. north, bet, loth and llth.
The undersigned, having this day associated
themselves under the name and style of GEO.
T. SMITH A CO., will continue the GROCERY,
WINE and LIO COR bueiness at the old stand,
(occupied for '.he last three years by George T.
Smith.) 511 7th etreet, in the National Intelli
fencer Building. We ?ill be happy at all times
o 6ee our friends and the public generally. fe?hng
assured that we can give them good Goods at un
precedented low prices for Cash.
GBORGB ?. 8????.
THOMAS W. STEUaRT,
_ _. JOHN T. FOSTER.
Washington, July 8 1S64.
I beg to return my sincere thanks to my friende
and the public g? nerally for the patronage so libe
rally bestowed upon me du ring my bueineaa career
here, and earnestly solici: a continuance ofthe
same to the new firm, where they will always re
ceive the most polite and courieoue attention,
whether they pnr?has? or pot
Fleaae reiuemW the number. 511 7th ?treet.
now under Gardner? Photograph Gallery.
__, _. ___ GBORGB ? SMITH.
Washington, July 8, 1864. eepl eolm
_ _____ _ AND OTHERS
We invite the attention ef all
fersons who are in waut tof PU.
OUSEKBBPINO GOOD3 to call and
examine our large and e.tensive assortment,
which we are prepared to offer
AT GREAT BARGAINS,
thereby making it an important item in the selec
always to be found at the well known establish
ment of McGREGOR A ZIMMERMAN,
No. 530Seventh street, between
an 26-eolm Louisiana av and Pet .east side.
PIANOS.?We have Just received eight m.re o
H--m way A Son's Pianos all of tbej?
different aiaea and ety lee, which we offer ? ? Til
for aale at factory ?ricca. These Pianos ?re ee__e
what higher In price than othera, but their su
periority ia apparent to all, after acarefnl exam
ination. We have aleo on Band a largeassortment
of other makers. Mason A Hamliu'e Cabinet Or
gan?, Prince's Melodeona, at Music Store of
W. G. MBTZBEOTT.
an 18 Cor. uth et. and Pa. avenue.
_ M A E D ? ?.
THB BEST AMD CHEAPEST MAN?EE IN THE
Th? underM?ned, having contracted for all the
?_??t" ?l <-"?*>'<> Point, D.O.. are now pr?
??__?_._*-1 ??*0Krd ?eaael? free of expense to
waptains at low ratea.
_ VE8SEL8 WANTED.
t?S^ro^^rh^ft3$r * to
_ ? gg_JOHN PBTTIBOIIB A OO.
.iahvd at th. f?VlKW'??'j.aitf?1' "
?20 New Jersey aveno?
sep 17 at* Oppoai!? Gitf Passenger R B, ft???t.
PROPOSALS FOR POTATOES.
Orn-o* Depot Commissakt or 8nB9i18T1"0?(
WASaiNSTOB. 8e?t*mber ?. pv*4. ?
Beale?! Pr p??sa a are tn?i*ed unti' Thurs.iav. Oc
lobers I8"4, at i| o'clock M . for furuishi g he
Untt*d Stat?? Subsistence De??rttient wit ? One
Thouiand I ?ai bushels of POT ATO KS, to he de
Jivered in Wa<hin*tou Georgetown, D. 0., or
Al? ?and ia fa . ,? . , u
Tbe P? tatoee ** ^e of *? od. merrhantame qna'i
ty and will be in-peeled by a* ?p.????? or agent ?G
tbia department before bei?.g received.
B dd rsmuateUteQiatiBC'ly whether th?y pro
pose to delivtr in barrels or in bulk, and no bide
will be receive, for barrels of Potatoes aaaueh. hut
for!??, fols of six'y pou'ds. whetuer contain*! io
barrels ? r eeliv re?? in bulk.
Eab bidder must be present to respond to>hl?
bid. and furni?h satisfactory aecunty for tintul au
mento! hie bid ahould tbe same beacc-pted
Theoath ol allegiance muet accompany each bid,
unless the same shall have previously been tiled in
Bidei'tobe addresaea to the underal*ned, at ?23
G atreet. endersed *' Propoaalegfer ?^j&L?,
gep W-*t_Captain and 0. B. V.
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD.
Office Depot Commissary of Subsistenct. I
Washington, D C, Sep. 28,J3?4 <
8ealed Proposals, in duplicate, a-e invited until
Thursday, October 6,1864, for farm hin* thia de
l?VllthHUNDRBD (500) COBDS OF PINE
Tobe delivered within forty five (45) dava after
ope-jingtbe bida.atthe wharves iu Washing'in
or Georgetown, DO.
Tbe wood to be good, merchantable, aound Pine
Wood, suitable for use in abakerv. It will be sub
ject to tbe inspection of an officer or agent of 'his
department, as to its measurement and quality,
before it is received. .
Bidders must be present to respond to tneir bide,
and give satisfactory evidence of loyalty.
Payment will be made in certificates of lndebted
neas or such other funds as the Government may
have tor disbursement.
Th? Government reserves the right to rejestany
bid frary cause .__
Bids to be addressed to the nnd?rBi*ned, at 223
G street, endorsed "Proposa'a G?? ?in,*Ly^?*1?"
S. 0. GREEN E,
se29-td_C?plain and ?. 8. V.
PROPOSALS FOR STOVES AND RANGES.
Headquarters Btpartmtnt of Wasai'ng-fan.i
Office Chief Quarterm**ter, I
Nos. 534,536,53*5 14th at .nearNew York av. f
Washiagton. September 27, lHtil j
Proposals are hereby invited until noon of WED
NESDAY. October 5th, for furnishing, for uae of
Freecinen in this Department?
in ARMY RANGE!?), each with fixtures complete
to cook for one hundred men at a time.
10" small COOKING STOVES, each with fixtures
complete, to cook for families of three or four per
in BOX STOVES, ordinary site, for heating.
All of the above Stovt-s must be Wood Burners,
and must bet5elivered in this city on or before the
2uth day or October, lSiH.
An ? ath of allegiance must accompany each bid.
l'ropoaals to be sealed, endorsed "Proposals for
Stoves,"' and addressed to the undersigned.
JOHN A. BLI?ON,
Co onel and Chief Quart ?r master,
_sepj|8-6t_ Department of Washington.
PROPOSALS FOH BIlb'MINOUS STEAMER
Depot of Washiboton. S
Washington, D.C..Sept 2<),..
Sealed Proposals will be r-ceived at this office
until Thura?ay, October 6.18*>4. at 12 o'clock m.,
for ihe delivery of the following amounts of COAL,
at the points named, viz: ?? ?-a^?v??e?r,?^e <- ?
3'?'tcuh of Bituminous Steamer Coal at Alex
3,'(Hj tons of Bituminous Steamer Coal at Wash
ington, l>. C.
Deii very of the whole amount contracted for at
each point to be made in twenty-five (25) days from
the date of the contract.
Bonds in a sum equal to half the amia-1 of the
contract will be required of the successful bidder
Bide received for five hundred (d OHons or more,
and abould be made sedarate, for the delivery at
each of the points earned.
?? the coal offered to be subjected to a rigid in
spection before being received.
Proposals must be plainly endorsed "Proposals
for Bituminous Steamer Co?l, Washington," or
"Alexandria." aa the-aee maybe and aHressed
to the undersigned. D. H. RUOKER.
Brig. Gen. and Chief Qqartermast?r,
se 26-td_Depot of Washington.
PROPOSALS FOR MANUBRI
Cni*F QCASTBRMASTBR'8 OFFICI
Vt POT OF WASniKOTi
WaSH?ngto*. September 1?. __
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of
Captain Charles H. Tompkins, A. Q. M , ?. 8. A ,
corner of Twenty-second and G streets, in thi?
city, UDtil noon of MONDAY. October 10, 18 ?4, for
the purchase from tbe Government of the Manure
now on hand at the stables and corrals of this de
Bids must be made at so much per cubic yard,
?nd for such quantities as the bidders may re
The manure will De awarded to the highest bid
ders, who will be required to remove it within
?ixty (60) d??s after the date of award.
Payment will be required in Government fund?,
at the date the proposals are accepted, and tbe Ma
nure measured (tbe measurement to be understood
as a delivery.)
Tbe Government reserves the right to reject all
bids, should thev be deetne' too low.
D. H. RUCKBR,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
_ep21 17t_Depot of Washington.
MEDICAL PURVEYOR'S OFF??B,
Washis?tos. D. 0.. June U, 1864.
All dealer? in thia eity and Georgetown, who wish
to sell to the Medical Purveying Department, are
requested toeend te thia office, on tbe MON DAY of
each week, a eealed list of the artici ea they may be
prepared te furnieh. at abort notice, with the
price of each attached to the same.
le 18?tf Bur*. U. ?. ?.. Medical Purveyor.
JAY t'OOKE A CO., BANKERS,
Fifteenth Strkkt, opposite U. 8. Treasury,
Receive Subscriptions for the
NEW ?7. S. 73-10 LOAN
authorized by the act of June 30th, 1364.
Tbe note* will be issued under date of August
15th. in denominations of
950, 8100, 9500, $1,000 and 85,000,
payable to bearer or order, bearing interest at
7 3-10 per centum per annum, payable semi-an
nnally, and will be convertible at the option of
the holder at maturity into six per cent. Five
We buy and sell?
GOVERNMENT BONDS of all issues,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
And pay the highest price for
QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS.
IrST-tf_ JAY COOKE A CO.
0. W. BOTELER. JNO. W. BOTELER
C. W. BOTELER & SOU,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE,
TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATED WARE,
BRITANNIA WARE. BLOCK TIN GOODS,
TIN CHAMBER SETS, COAL OIL LAMPS.
JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATTS,
FEATHER DUSTERS, BRUSHES,
WOOD WARE, AND
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GENERALLY.
?HT HOUSES, HOTELS, AND STEAMBOATS
FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICI.
318 IRON HALL,
17-sofhn between 9th and loth ate
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OFFICI ?14 PA. AVENUE,
_ Washington, D. o\
GREAT EABTBRN, NORTHERN, AND WEST
SRN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
MERCHANDISE, MONEY. JEWELRY, VALU
ABLE8, NOTES, 8TOC?K8, BONDS, Ac,,
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to ah
accessible sections of the ceuntry. Thia Oompan?
baa agencies in th? Principal Railway Town? in th?
NORTH. EAST. WEST, AND NORTHWEST
_ _ Ita principal officea are
WASHINGTON D 0.. NEW YORK, BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE! ???
OINNATI. ST. LOUIS, LOU?S
_ M VILLE, I^XINGT^n!
Oennectiona are made at New York, and Boatoa
?ff?vJ&S ??'?JWi&f.,*0 the 0 AN ADAS and th?
gR"lbH PROVINCES and other steamship lin.
to LIVERPOOL. SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE
and then ce by European expresses to all prominent
eommerolal towns in Great Britain and the Oontl
Collection of NOTES, DRAFTS,and BILLS mad?
at all accessible part? of the United Statea ^^^
_ 0. O.DUNN,A*en?,
Dindon* AND DINERS? by ?.L. Blanchard
Manual if French Cookery, London
?n^,Hg\nRrateU:deon^fOUr *"?**? A?'0??*
Hints for the Table, London
0ot,Lona'inDarTin*' *nd EtitlUette of the Table,
Simpson'* Hand Book of Dinina. London
Cuisinier l'racticien, Paris **uonaou
Le Cuisinier Imperial, Paria
Tbe French Cook
Miss Le-lie's French Cookery
Bo)er's Modern Housewife
Cookery for the Mill'on, London
? Kitchener's Cook's Oracle
8 an der ao a's 0? m pi e te Cook
Ha**.ill's Housekeeper's Encyclopedia
5rancatelli> M dem Cook
ou sebo id Cyclopaedia. London.
aep 23_._FRANCK TAYLOR.
dar received uro ot Mason A Hamlin'a CAB
INET fcRGAJie, of a ffor.nt aizea. Al?e?. a new
tfw???*** of Prince *vS?^e*??iSmi'" ?*?*??
CLOTHING AND CLOTHING MATERIALS.
Navy Dai -.K.MK-it ?
Bcbbau or Paovisiois a??? Olotbiso.J
rtapteaib-. i. I*ij. \
t*er_ rate Proposals seal?: -ud endorse I ' Pro
po.s.l.- tor Naw ? in b n; ai>d Cltt.io* Mate
rial?." w> 1 if r??i-eived a' this bureau until two
o'clock p. m , ou the li'h day of October next, for
?mili-?u?* ana debverii g (on receiving thirty
da 'i-oti.?? at the United States Navy Yard? at
C>-arlestown. M *-. and Brooklth.N V. in such
Diinh.ru ?nd qn?nt?uies and at ?neu times a? uaj
be ep?? ified by the chi f of this .ureau or by the
coiiiman ants of th? ?aid Navy Yards, respective
Iy, tbe numbers and quantities of tbe diftV'ent ar
ticle?, and at the ?laces -peci tied in the following
Pea Jacket?..3 onn 7,ti _
Round Jack??ts. 2 U>_ 3,'fl
??? Cloth Trowsers. pair?_ 3.0". 5,000
Blue Satinet Troweere. *? _8,<?no 12??
Canva- I)n;k fro*--rs, " _3 o> -.!>'.
Barneley Sheeting ? rocke..?,??? 8 ?-?0
Blue I lannel Overehirt* .6.-0 ??.!??
Blue Flannel Undershirt?.12, '?? 18,???
Blue Flannel Dr. were, paira_12 OKI 18,000
Bluefatinet, yarde.fl'.lWO 10u,0 1)
Bluellannel. " .50,?? ???,??!
Blue Nankin, " .5.?G0 ?',???
Calf e* ? ? La<*ed Shoes, paire_lO.ooo 15.'? 0
?ip-skin Sho? a.lO.OO 15,'?> 0
V> oollen So :ka.l?.IXV) 15,otH)
Blat kets.?.?* 0 l-.Oon
Mattresses (with on? cover for
each!.?-- .5,010 *JW
Black Silk Handkerohie's..1.0 8.088
Boo'e pair?.4.0? ? ???
Offers inav be made for one o* more articles, at
the option of the t>idder, and in case more thaa one
article is contained in thii oiler, tbe chief of the
bureau will have the rieht to acegpt one er more
of tbe articles contained in such offer and reject
the remainder. The Pi it* must be uniform and of
fers must embrace alt of any tne. or more articles de
liverable it all ?he.stations
For the description of articles in the above list,
bidders ar?ref rred to tbe samples at the said navy
yards, and to the advertisement of th n bureau d*
ted July 8. 1863, and for Inf rinatinn .s to the ava
and regulations in pamrhlet form ) regard in* con
tracts, to the officers ol tbe several commandante
of raw >ards ?nd navy averts.
The department ?es?rves the right to relect any
proposal not considered advantageous to the Gov
Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on ap
plication to the navy aaent at Boston. New York,
or I'hiladelpliia.and at this bureau. sep 2 lawlw
DROPOBALS ?OR FORAGE,
Wasbisoto? DaruT Deo. 8, 186-. \
Sealed Propoaala are Invited by the undereigneo
ror anpplying the U 8. Quartermaster's De
partaient, at Washington. D. O.. Baltimore Md
Alexandria, and Fort Monroe. Va., or either o?
_.?_ P-aceajWith Hay .Corn, Oate and Straw.
Bide will be received tor the delivery of ?,-?-?
bushels of corn or oate and 60 tons of hav or etraw
Bidders must state at w_ic_ ot the ?-Ove-nameC
points they propose to make deliveries, and th?
rates at which tney will make deliveries thereat
the quantity ef eacb article proposed to be deliv
ered, the time when said deliveries shall be core
meuced, and when to be completed.
The price must be written ont in words on ?h?
Com to be np in gooa stout sack?, of ?boat
two bushels each. Oate in like eacka of about thre?
onehele each The aeck* to be furnished without
extra charge to the Govenment Th? hav ?n?
itraw to be aecnrely baled.
The particular kind or description ?G oats, _??__,
nay or straw proposed to be delivered most b?
atated in the proposais.
All the article? offered nnaer tne oidi herein in
vi ted will be subject to a rigid inepec ion by th?
Government Inspector before being accepted.
Contract? will be awarded from time to time ti
the lowest responsible bidder, ae the Interest of
the Government may require and payment will be
made when the whole amout contracted for ?bal!
have beep '' vlivered and accepted.
Thebiaaer wili be required to accompany ni?
proposals with a guaranty signed by two reepon
aible persone that in case hie hid is accepted he or
they will, within ten days thereafter, execnte the
contract for the same, with good and . IB cien'
euretiee in a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract, to deliver the forage proposed in conformity
with the terme of thie advertieroent: and in cas?
tbe said bidder should fail to enter int* the eon
tract, they to make good the difference between
the offer of aaid bidder and the next lowest reepon
aible biddc , or the person to whom th? contract
may be awarded.
The responsibility o-f the guarantor? muet t>?
ahown by the official certificate of a U. 8. Dietriet
Attorney, Collector of Gust?me or any other officer
nnder the United 8tatee Government or reepooe'
hie person known to thie office.
All bidders will be duly notified of the accept
ance or rejection of their propoeale
The fnll name and P. O., addreee of each biddet
muet be legibly written in th? proposal.
Proposale muet be addreesed to Brig. Gen. ?). H
Rncker, Ck'ef _>epot Quartermaster, Washington
DC , and should b? plainly marked "Propoeale
Bonde, in a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract, signed by the contractor and botb -tf hit
?narantore, will be required of the encceaa gl bid
er or bidders npon eigning the contract.
Blar - forma of bide, guarantee?, and bonda, may
be obtained upon application at this Offiee
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, County and State)
I, the enbecriber, do Aereoy propose to furnia?
and deliver to ?he United State?, at the Quarter
maeter'e P.partment at -, agreeably to the
terme of yonr advertisement inviting propoeale
for forage, dated Washington Depot. Dec, 8. lg?
the following articles, via :
-huehels of Corn, in sacks, at-per bn.hel ef
?? buebele oi Oats, in seek?, at-per bushel of
-tons of Baled Hay, at - per ton of 2,uu
? tons of Baled Straw, at ? per ton of if?
very to commence on or before the-day of
- 186?, and to be completed en or before the
-day of-, 186?. and pledge myee.f to enter
into a written contract with the United Statee
with good and approved aecuritiee, within th?
apace of ten daye after being notified that my bid
has been accented. Your obedient servant.
Brigadier General D. H. Ruoaaa.
General Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D. 0,
We, the undersigned, residents of ??-, in th?
Oounty of-.and State of-, hereby. Jointly
and severally, covenant with the United State?.
and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of
be accepted, that he or they will, within ten daya
after tbe acceptance of said bid, execute the con
tract for the earn? with good and aufficient aure
ties, in a sum equal to tbe amount of the contract
to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to
the terme of advertisement dated December8, lSi
under which the bid was made, and, in case the
said - shall fail to enter into a contract a?
aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ
enee between the offer by aaid-and the next
lowest responsible bidder, or the pereon to whom
the contract may be awarded.
wx __n CEE
Given under our hands and seal? this ?-da? of
I hereby certify that, to the best ot my kno'wi
edge and belief, tne above-named guarantors ar.
good and aufficient as euretiee for the amount for
which they offer to be security-_
To be certified by the United Btates District At
torney. Collector of Cue.oms, or any other office'
nnder the United States Government, or reapon
?ibi. per.on known to tht. office.. &EQ
dee _-t__Brigadier General and Q. M.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFIOB,
Daroa. ?? W_.__uaa.og,
Was/nation, D. C. January 4,1864
AI1 dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather
Office Furniture, Harnea? and Saddlery, are re
quested to send to this office, on MONDAY ofeaek
week, a sealed propoeal or list, tn duplicati, of th?
articlea they are prepared to furnish te thie Depot at
abort notice, with tne price of each marked in plaii
flgnrea, eo that, in case the exigencies of the servio*
require it, the article or articlea can be obtain.*
without delay, and at the lowest price.
Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will be re
quired to fumiah the list punctually every Mends
morning. D. H RUCKER,
Brigadier Generaland ChiefQaartermaater.
Ja?-tf Depot of Washington.
A great variety of
ENTIRELY NEW STYLES
HALLS, AMD ?
#.r-E?0 YARDS CANTON MATTINGS.
1,J00 YARDS FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Onr Mattings are unrivalled in thie city, compri
ing in part the fameue Gowqua brand for parlo
Oil Cloths from S to 12 feet wide, adapted to dial
room?, halls, Ac. Alee?
BRASS CORNICES, ?
Paper hang by skillful workmen, and all orde
promptly attended to. Give a? a call and sa
from 10 to X) per cent.
ElfPLB A FALCONBR'8
No. 3487th ?treet, between I street and
apS-ee Maaa. avenue.
UARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,
_, Washington Cuy, August31,1804.
HOR8BS, HORSES, rfORSgS.
* Horses suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service
will be purchased at.Giesboro' Depot,inopen mar
ket, till October 1,1864.
Horses will be delivered to Csptain L. Lowry
Moore, A. Q. il? and be subjected to the usual
Gevernmeat inspection before being accepted
Price of Cavalry Horses, 8176 each.
Price of Artillery Horse?, ?1*1 each.
Payment will he made for six (61 and more.
JAME8 A EKIN,
- Colonel First Division,
?ep 3-lm_Quartermaster General's Office.
RDONNANCE DB CAVALEBIB.S vole. Pnrie.
Instruction pour la Voltige Militaire. Pati?.
Eeole du Cavalier a Pied Paria.
Ecole Dn Cavalier a Cheval. Paris.
Eeole dn Peloton a Pi.d-a-Cheval. Pari?.
Biblioth?que complet? des sous, Officer? et Brie
adiera de Cavalerie. Pari?. "
Inetiuctien Sur le Travail Individuel dans la
Cavalerie, le Fir du Fusil et du Pistolet. Pari?.
Ainslee'e Cavalry Manual. London.
Nolan on Cavalry Horses.
Booster'? Hiatory and Management of Cavalry
Y THB PRESIDENT OP THB CNITBD
forth> sal*ol ? alu a ?li lan d8 in tp?
Late winnebago Indian r._8bkvation
In pursuant-?flaw, I, ABRAHAM LI^OOUN.
P-e.id?-i? of the United **at??? ?>r Am-rica, do
beruht declare an* mnke known th?t pihlic-alee
will b_ ft* Id in th? urder mentioned Land Office,
in th?? r-tate ?f Minn? eota. at the p?riode herein
after de-igrmted, to wit:
At tbe I.aud Office at St Peter, eomtueaein? on
MONDA ? .the fifth day of D-c-mber next, for the
?.?penal of the pu Mi e Und? comprised ie tne Ute
r? se-ve for the Winnebago Indians above mm
tinned, and eitnated ?n m foil?.?ina perte of
townships. wMch will he sold at the. .ppraieed
value of the landa and the improven_en*mhereon,
North U the base lineandwtst of the ?7.4 principal
In tcwns>iip 1--. ran_re_. .18 38?.96 acre?.
In township |< 7, range 24-? ?.. . ?.4??_ 44
In township 1<6. range 25_-15 254.31
In township iu7. range 25.17,*P.71
In to? nship K8, range 2ft_- ?77.M
A schedule particularly describing the individ
ual tracts, with the appraised value p-?r acre, will
be open for inspection at the District Land Offices
in M nnesnta
The offering of the above lande will be com
menced on tbe day appointed, and will proceed, in
tbe order designated in th* ab ve mentioned
schedile, and coneeeutiveli by townships, as here
in advertised, nntil the whole ?hall have been
offered, and the sale thna closed ; bnt the sa1 ?
shall ?? t be kept open longer than two weeks and
no private entry of any ofthe lands will bead
milted until after the ex pi ration ofthe two weeks.
Given under my hand, at the city of Washing
ton, this 23d day of A:i_n . Anno Domini one
thousand eight hundred and sixtv four
By the President:
JOS. 8 WILSON,
Acting Oommiseioner of the General Land OSI ce.
NOTICE TO ACTUAL BONA FTDBSBTTLERS
Inthe third section of the act of Congress, ap
proved 21et of February, 18?-. Statutes, volume 1_,
peg? 65?, opening to sale the Winnebago R^eerva
lion, it is stipulated that before an> person shall
be entitled to enter any portion of the said lands,
by pre emotion or otherwise, previoue to their
exposure to eale to the highest bidder at public
outcry, he ?hall become an actual bona fide
?ettler thereon, and shall conform to all the
regulations now provided hy law in case? of pre
emption, and shah pay, within the term of one
year from 'he date of the settlement, the full
appraised value of the lande and the improvements
Now in order tbat all euch bona-fide, actual
settlements may be secured to the several pre
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVBN.
that they most come forward and file their affida
vi ts, d? *ign?ting 'h>? particular tracte on which
they may he actually settled, tri vini, the date of
suck actual settlement, and. before the expiration
of one year from such dafe, the several pre-emption
claims must be established before the Register and
Beeeiv?-r, accordine to the requirements of the
pre-emption laws, and t'u 1 payment made thereon,
according to the full affixed, appraised value of
the lande and improvements thereon.
1st. In all auch caees where the year may not
elapse before the commencement of the public
eale, such bona fide actual settlements may and
are hereby ordered to be excluded from the public
2d. In all pre-emption cases in which the year
may expire before tbe commencement ofthe pub
lic sale the parties must eetabtish and pay up for
their claims, otherwise all tracts in thie class will
be offered to the highest hi lder, under th" forego
ing proclamation, yet with the stipulation that at
such public sale the price must not be for a lese
sum than for tbe appraised value.
JOS. 8 WILSON,
au 30 lawl3w Acting Commissioner.
S. T.?1 ?oo.?X.
EMPORTANT TO SUTLERS
BUTLERS WILL FIND
H. A. DOWNING A CO.'E
CONCENTRATED O L A M
TO BE A M08T VALUABLE ARTICLE TO
It ?ells very rapidly, and Is the most economice
article ef d'.Bt for the officer's mess. It is prepared
In one minute,and make? a moat delicious Soup or
Chowder. It ie highly reeoiamended by Arm
Buttava?. The profit? are large.
H. A. DOWNING A CO.,
Manufacture re of Concentrated Pood
No. Ill Bast i81h ?t., New York.
For ?ale by ? ARBOUR A SEMMES, Sole Agent?,
S? Louisiana Avenue,
?et-ly_Washington, P. Q
BOOTS AND SHOES? HT_,_, ______
?T SUIT THB TIMES
We ale now manufacturing a'l kinde of BOOTS
and SHOES, and constanly recei. ing a sup- mroEam
ply of Eastern made work of every descrip- Ifjl
tion. ma?e expressly to order, and will ber VI
?old at a much lower price than haa been1 E-K?
heretefore charged in this city for much inferior
Persona in want of BOOTS and 8???8 of Eastern
or City made work, will always find a good aeaort
ment in ?tore and at the lowest price?. Give us a
call. GR1FMN A BROTHER,
ap6-tf 314 ????. evenne.
,. * -? ? II
FOR 8 A LB-En e sound, gentle, four year old
HORSE, with a BUGGY; pri?e *2Sn. gy ..
AUo. one very strong, heavy three-Spring JmmjEt
WAGON.with a to?, ehafta and tongue;<=C__X
pric? tltf, at J. JOD YEN A L8 Lacer Beer Ho ue->
Persone of eedentary hahite troubled with weak
ne s, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o
appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con
atipation, Ac, deserve to suffer if tbey will not
try the celebrated
which are now recommended by the highest medi
cal authorities, and warranted to produce an im
mediati beneficial effect. They are exceedingly
agreeable, perfectly pure, and must aupercedeaU
other tonics where a healthy, gentle etimulantis
Tbey purify, strengten and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to a change of water and
Tbey overcome effects of dissipation and late
They strengthen the system and enliven the
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers
They purify the breath aud acidity of the
Tbey cure Dyspepsia and Constipation,
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
They make the weae strong, the languid bril
lant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer.
They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya
bark, wintergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all
preserved in perfectly pure 8t. Croix rum. For
particulars. Bee circulars and testimonials around
Beware of imposters. Examine every bottle,
See that it has D. S. Barnes' signature on our pri
vate U.S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation
scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate
ngraving on side label. See thatour bottle is not
refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy
any person to match the taste or character of our
goods. Any person pretendiDg to sell Plantation
Bitters by the gallon or In bulk, is an imposter?
We sell only in our log cabin bottle. Any person
Imitating this bottle, or selling any other material
therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or not,
ie a criminal under the C. 8. Law, and will be so
prosecuted by us. We already have our eye on two
parties re-filling our bottles, Ac, who will succeed
in getting themselves into close quarters. The
demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters from ladies,
clergymen, merchants, Ac, is perfectly incredible
The simple trial of a bottle is the evidence we pre
sent of their worth and superiority. They ?resold
by all respeetable druggists, grocers, physicians,
hotels, saloons, steamboats and country stores.
P. H. DRAKE A CO.,
aug2-eo3m 202 BROADWAY, N. Y.
?* LOO? HOSPITAL.
,,..,?. ert ? SOUTH FREDBRIOE ???????
???? ?/??'r pHYsir^y a?v.btisin?
K^i?osaa * .mpr??eno?.
Relief ta ?t?* ? nur s f No TrxMngt
Peraona Rained by Ignorant Pretendere, or Vf
Deadly Peiaon, Mercury, ahould apply
A CURB WARRANTED OR NO CHARGE
IN FROM ONR ?? T WO DA YS.
Weak ness of th? Back Involuntary Dis? bar**?,
Strictures, Affections of the Kidnaya and Biada??
.?potency. General Debility, Nervonan??*, -,
pep*? Lancimi?. Low Spirit?, Confusion of Ideas.
PalpiUtion of the Heart. Timidity. Trembliaf,
Dunnes* of f?i*nt or Giddiness. Die???? of the Head.
Throat, Noae, or Skia, Affection? of th? Liver.
Lungs. Stomach or Bowels -thes- Terrible Disor
der?? arisin* from Solitary Habita of Yoatb?tb*
?????? and solitary practices more ratal to their
victims than the song of Syrens tn th? mariner? sf
Elyssus. bligbtin? their moat brilliant bop?? ot
anticipation?, rer.-iering (narria*?. Ae,, impossi
Bajee! ally, who have become the vieti ma of Soli
tary Vice.that dread ful and deatrueti ve habit ?rbiel
annually sweeps to %n untimely ?rave thouaandaof
Yoang Men of the most exalted talent and brilliant
inte11??t. who might otherwise bave entranced lis
tening Senates with the thunder? ?f ?loquene? o*
waked to extaey tbe living lyre, roav eall with fall
? AEE ? ARTICOLAR NOT IO R.
Theae are aome of the aad and melancholy effe??**
produced by early habits of youth, ?it: Weakn???
of tb? Back and Limba. Pain in the Heal Dir?n?*?
of Siebt. Losa of Muscular Power. Palpitation of
the Heart. Dyspepsia Nervous Irritability. Be
rangement of the Dieeative Fnnctiona. General
Debility. Symptoms ofConsnmption. Ae
Mbstilttv.?The fearful effect* on the mind ar*
much to be dreaded?Lose of Memorr. Confusion
?f Idees. Depression of Spirits Evil Forebodings,
Aversion to Society. Pelf-di at rust, L?v? of Boll?
tude. Timidity. Ac
Married Persons, or yoang m?n contemplatta*
marriage, ?ware of Physical Weakness, Organi?
Debility, Wasting of the Organa, D??ferinitiee, Ac,
ahould apply immediately.
He who places himself under tbe car? of Dr. J,
may religiously confide in his henor aa a *en
tlemaB.and confidently relv upon hie skill as a
Pk vaici an
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, IMPOTBNCY IMPEDI
MENTS TO MARRIAGE
By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weak*
neaa of the Or*ans Is speedily cured, and full vi*OI
reetered Thousands of the meet oervoue, debili?
tated and Impotent, who bad lost all hope, have
been immediately relieved
All impediments to marria*?. Physical or Mental
Disqualifications, Loas of Procreative Power, Ner
vous Irritability. Trembling?, and Weakness, sf
Exhaustion of the moat fearful kind, speedily
Member cf the Royal College of 8nr*eon?, Loa?
don. Graduate from one of tbe most eminent Col
leges in the United States and the greater part of
wfjoae life has been anent in the hospitals of Lon
don, Paris,Philadelpbiaand elsewhere,baa effected
aome of the moat astonishing cures that wer? ever
known; many troubled with ringing in the head
and ears when asleep.great nervousnesB.be alarm?d
at sodden sounds, nashfulnessx with frequent *
blusbtBg, attended sometimes with 1 ?rangement
?if mind, were cured immediately
YOUNG MB y
who have injured themselves by a certain practise
indulged in when nlone?a habit frequenti y learned
from evil companions, or at school, the effeet? of
which are nightly felt, even whe? asleep, and, lt
not cured, renders marriage Impossible, and de
atroya both mind and b*?dv. should appi? Itrimedl?
What a pity that a yeuna man, tbe hope of nil
country and darlin* of nia parents, should be
snatched from all th? prospects and enjaymenta of
life by the consequence of deviation from the path
of nature and indulging in a certain aecret habit.
Hu?*l? persons must, before contemnlatin*
reflect that a aoand mind and body are the most
neceasary requisites to promote oonnabial bappi
ne*?? indeed. Without these the Journey through
life becomea a weary pilgrimage; the pr??pec?
hourly darkens to the view: the mind become?
shadowed with despair and filled with the melan
?holy reflections that tbe happiness of another il
bllgbtei4 with our own.
OISBASRS OP IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary Of
fileaaure riada he has imbibed the seeds of this pala?
ul diaeaae it often happens that an ill-timed aena?
of shame or dread of discovery detera hhn from ???
plvingto those wbe, from education and respeata
oility can alone befriend him. He falla into th*
bands of i*norant and designing pretendere, who,
incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary anbatanoe,
keep him trifling month after month, or ae ion* a*
the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair
leave him with ruined health to si*r? over his gall
ing disappointment; or. by the ase of tbat deadly
poison. Mercury, basten the constitutional aymp?
tome of this terrible diaeaae, auch aa Affectiona ol
the Head. Throat, Nose, Skin, etc., progreaein*
with frightful rapidity until death puta an end to
his dreadful Bufferings by sending him.to that is?
diacovered country from whose bourne no travata
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