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THE EVENING STAR
Tea Tambas? Coaoaneeio?i-i No*ia*?
t O ???The ? ?ii,m*i!,j il .U(New York) u-m
ccratic Congressional Convention met on
Wed.,e*day nigh-, orn? ma_- tne folio arm??
Mrbatiew: lib d.errict, Morgan Jon?>s In
I leceot Ben. Won-?: wm4}uEBR*ltoR4** T*T_T*
in place of Fernando Wood; fltn dietrict. al
jonrned U, Cu-ro-T 12; 7th district, .InHii?
Obanler i?th citrici, Tnomas J Birr, ?a pHce
cf lem.?* Hrooks; f>th district, adj-mme-l to
Oc'-ber ?? ????? Hall baa yet o select its
caVdidates In these districs Mr. Brooke baa
b??n boit mated In tbe f?th district by tbe Con
stitntional Union party_
OBBAT GlMl AKDBOT HlAVY ABMOR.??a?
F'flieh are at s? as?alo in reference to the
*est naval defense?. .Ium as they thonght tbey
bad found out tbatcnpol-t ships with heavy
mail ws the best riefen'??, one of its scien'iflc
a?soc<ations reports that no armoria capa*?!-*
of resisting tbe improved artillery of the day.
and tbat. therefore, tbe Admiralty ought, in
stead of expending half a million on auch a
ship as the B'ack W?mor. build smaller ves
e-i- a? so man ? pla'form*? for the working ot
tbe largest guns, especially now tnat the adop
tion of the double screw afforded every great
facility in tbe maneuvering ol vessels.
A RRKST ( ? t.I.KKK?? l.N THE til'ARTBBMA?*
???'? DBPABTMBNT, CBABniD WITH FRAUD.
Yeeterday afternoon one of Col. Woolly's de
tective* am sted William P. Lowry, Frank H.
Scett and Peter Danach upon charges of a very
serious character. They were all clerk? In the
quartermaster's department, and were arrested
at the instance of ?Oolonel R. M. Newport, qa?tr
termas'er of this department. They are all
charged with detraudine the government. The
facts of the case? are, fer the preeent, withheld
from publication ?Jolonel Wool ley committed
tbem all to jail, tobe confined in different apart
ments until their trial takes place.?Halt. Sun.
Thb Thumbs Ooimo Abroad.?(Jen'l Tom
Thnmb has taken etaie-reoms for his family
and suite on board the steamer City of Wash,
ington, which leaves for Liverpool, Saturday,
Oct. 29. The Qeneral retires forever from pub
lic life at the close of bla present engagement
at the Muf-eum Tbe Thumb family are to
make the tour of Europe In their private ca
pacity. They intend stopping a few weeks in
(?rejtt Britain and France, and spending the
winter In Florence and Rome.?Ef. Y. Tribune.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
Y W. B. LEWIS k CO., Auctioneers,
No 307 Pa. avenue.
?
BEGULAR AUCTION SAIES EVBBY TUBS
DAY, THURSDAY. AND SATUBDAY
Caeh advances made on all kind of goods. Sales
settled ?ame day if required._sep 24-lm
|?Y J. O MoOUIBB k 00 , Auctioneer*
CBANCERY SALE 0?*~V~*.LUABLB BUILDING
LOIS IN THE FIRST WARD
By virtue of ade re? of the Suor??uje Court of
Ik*Distri tof Columbia, made ?r-d paseed in the
canee No ?i?4 ?quit., Bi carl et al act. Ricard et
al , I wi I ??-11. u the premises, at piolic au*.t?i>->
on ??G? BUAY. the :" day ..fOctob-r. A. D. 8?4
at 4 o'clock ? m , Lots numberedjthirty 30) and
tbi'ty-one, 31,1 iu Siu re numbered uue hundred,
( IU?. I in the city ot Washin*ton.
Th? lot? front on 2? th etreet, between L and M
atreet? north, ina rapidly improving portion of
thf city. Bach !<>t will he divided into two parts
Two lets wi 1 th?-n have a front of 25 f?et 9H inches,
and the tber uo 25 feet I1J3 inCee. all having a
depth of WM feet 9 inchee to a 30 feet alley.
Terms cash.
?Conveyancing and Btamps at the expense of the
pur??*sser.
The title ie perfect.
F W JONE**. Trustee.
oc r, eoAds J. C. McGUIRE k CO.. Aueta.
?
? J. C. MoGUIRB k CO.. Auctioneer?
TKUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY
AT THK CuBNEB i'P VERMONT AVENUB
AND NORTH V *? RBBT
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON October 11th. at
4?? <? ' lock , on tne premises, by virtue of a deed of
trait from Jamee Brown, dated May 27th. 1163, and
duly recorded am- ngthe land recorde forWaahingi
ton county, I ehall s 11. Ut- No 1 and 31. in Barr s
subdiviainn of Square No vs. frontin* on Ver
mont avenue, at th eorner of north V street, and
running back to a public alley, and improved by a
?mall Brick Hoaee and a portable ehauty.
Teresa: One half in caah; the remainder in six
an? nine aoontke, with ?nteres:, secured by adeed
of trust on the p-emisea.
Oonveyancea and stampa at the cost of the pur
ebsser.
U.U. 1 DENOUB, Truatee.
aep23eo_d? ? 0. M.'OUIRB A CO.. Aueta.
?
? J. C. MoGUIRB A CO., Auctioneer?
CHANCERYSALE OF IMPROVED AND UNIM
PROVED PR0FERTY.
Under and b* virtue of an order of the 8u preme
Court, ofthe Dietrict ef Columbia, p?s?ed Septem
ber ?eth. 1-64. in a certain canee wherein George W.
Miller ia complainant, and Ellen Miller et al are
de eadante, (No. ]4?, Equity,) directing a re-sale of
certain piece? of property heretofore ?old, and for
which tne purefcaeera failed tu comply with the
terme of aale in every particular, weehaU aell. on
TU E8D A Y AFTEBNOON. October 26th. at 4 o'e'k,
on tbe premises, tbe south part of eubdiviaion G.
H. and O, is Square No. 493, fronting about 22 fe-t
on f ar-and-a half etreet, betw-en Maryland ave
sne and south C etreet, and running back to a pub
lie alley, and improved by a frame dwelling house,
immediate possession of which will be *iven.
Immediately after we ahall aell, on the premias*.
tbe middle one third part of Lot 16. in Sqaare No.
???. frontin* 17 feet on north A atreet. between (5th
and7thatreetaeaet.andiunn?Dg back LB feet 1 inch
to al fi "t all??y
Als*, the north half of Lot No. 16, in 8quare No.
??.? . frrnting 2.'?? feet on let atreet east, between
south 1 an ? stree's. and running back 93 feet.
Terne : One third in caah; the remainder in 6,11,
and 18 month*, with intereat. for which tbe pur
chaser m u?t gives not?e, aecured to the ?atisfaction
of the Truetees; the purchasers to have the option
cfpaying all in cash.
( on ve? uncir-g in lading stampa, at the purcha
ter'? expense.
If tbe terme of aale are not complied with in five
daya after the ?ale, the Trnateea reaerve the right
of re-telling at tbe risk ani ezpina? uf the default
ins pnrcbaeer, on one week a notice in the Na
tional Intelligeneer. ___,_.
GBOBGE A B0HBEB.1
? C MOR>AN, S Trustees.
A. THOS. BRA ?LEY. \
oc 3-aoAda J. c. MoGUIRB k CO.. Aueta
?
Y GEBEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneera
No. .i-b corner 7tt> aad Detre-ta ? -r'.h.
TRUS'EB'S 8ALE OF VALUABLE LOTS ON
1-.TH e 1KEBTBAST, NEAR NORTH ???? ?
AT AUCTION.
?', ? nu ?? of a deed of trust, dated the 28th day
of t-epteuirier. lgM?, recorded iu Liber J A S.* No.
185. Folioe 73,74. 75ai>d76. one of the Ian?? ree irde
of WaebiE** ? county, D C . I shall sell, in front
of the premises, on Tl'KSDAY. the lith day of
October neat at S o'clock p. m., all of Lots Nos. 3
and 4. in Square No. 1.' 11
Tbe ato??* pr? p. r y ia situated where the Phila
d 'phi. Corn pat-> ia building.
T?"-m?? One-half carih, balance in nix and twelve
mon'h?. from day o' eale with interest and the pay
ments thereof, to be secured bv notes from the pur
chaser, endorsed to tbe satisfaction ofthe truatee.
A deed given and a deed of truat taken.
If t*rms of sale arc not complied with in ? days
from the d y of Bale tbe property will be resold
after ob? we k'enotiee given in the Evening Star,
at 'h? rie? ai?d coat of the defaulting purchaser
All Conve>ancea, includi >g revenue eUrape at
tbe eo??t of tbe pnic*isaer.
Fifty dollars will be required when the property
ia km eked off and if do, paid down it will be 'ban
put np again and sold to tne n?xt bl*beat bidder
jho ?h-1! r nip!? with tre ter-e.
JOSEPH PECK Truntee.
aepTeodAd? GBBBN k WILLlAMS.jaucta^
A" UCTION 8'LE OF CONDEMNED HOSPITAL
P?0PEKTY.
MiDtCAL PrsvBroa'8 oprici,
Washington, D C. October 3,1864.
WiU be so'd at public auction, at Med e.l St .re
? iV|..r ? Depot, erner F and Eigbtee_tn atreeta,
in liti* city, on
WE ?)NBi?DAY, Oct? ber 12th, M?4.
A QUANTITY OK HOSPITAL FORNITURE,
Ccn-iBTin* of Iron BedeUada, Hair Pillowa,
She?ta, blankets. Stoves. Chaira, Knivel, Forks,
Si o. na. Empty Be us. Ac., Ac
The?e artiilea bave been condemned a? unfit for
H> > i? tal use
Terms : Caah, ia United Statea currency.
Sale to iuBDKDci at 1 ' o'clock A. M.
By order of Major General An?-ur. ___
0. 8UTH1BLAND, ,
Bur*eon U. 8 ?., Med'l Purv'r.
__oct3til_Depot of Waahington._
A LCI ION BALE OF CONDEMNED HOUSES.
QUABlBKMlBTBHGBS.'8 0rriC*.lSTDlVI8I0X.t
- WiSHi?cTo*CiTV, Oct?.bert.ld>4 >
Will be aold at Public Auction, to the hi*heat
bidder, at tb? time and placee named below, via:
Mifflin.Pennaylvania, THUBaDAY, October 12,
^iimington, Delaware, THUBSDAY, October?),
^York. Penneylvania, THUBSDAY. October 27,
?S?? HUNDRED CAYALBY HOBSBS. at each
These horaea have been condemned aa unfit for
tt_ e*T*'r/?-?-iee*f tbearmy.
^;,rm?\b?_ad~Bepn?TWi'*nWly*00d ???
Hora?-eeold?iDg'iy. Salee to commence at io a m.
Terms caah, in United States currency.
By order of the Qaartern?.iiT?r Gen-ral.
Colonel in char*? lei Divi.io*. Q M G. 0.
' 1 Bit _
oc:
ra-mS IS TO GIVE NOTIc_7Tbat the.ub^rl
1 ber ha* obtained from tb? Orpuane' Court of
Washington eeunty, in tbeDietrict of Columbia,
letters of administration W. ?.. on th? pereonmj
eetat* of ?F.B. Creoipton.lateot W_-ihin?rtoncitv
D. C.,dca?aaed. All persona having claimia*ainst
the aaid deceased,are hereby warned to exhibit th*
same, with the vouchers thereof, te tbe aubacri
ber, on or before tbe 23d day of Auruet next; they
may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit
of tbe said catate.
Given under my band this *?1 day of Angnat,
Mg Iani? law3wl JOB BDWIN CRAMPTON.
TU IB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri
ber baa obtained Irom the Orphans' Court of
Washington county, In the Dietrict of Columbia.
lerdera ?if administration on the personal eatat*
of Cal?bH. Shreve. late of Wa?hiu*ton city, D.O.,
dacessM. All persone havln* claims ?gainst the
said deeeaeed are hereby warned to exhibit tb*
same, with tb? voucher, thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the ? th day of Septe-ioer neat: they
nj?y jtberwae by law he excluded from all ben
aff'Af ?be ?ayf astate.
Given untrer my hand thii luth day ofieateniber.
My w
sepa?-l*w3w* SAML. -?llRtEVE.
OfVlC I Al??
War Deparanent, Adjutant General's Ufhee, I
W<*?n*ngtou, March 17, L8M J
All appu>-AUU-isfor .en?-? of aoseooe oi per
xuasius to visit WaeUiugt-L? muai ae addr-sewO
to Major .e_er_! Hnlie a. <.h_ef of ?itali, aud
_juet sp**ctfy the hostnes* for ?rt?cb the ofB<e.
lt-siree 'he permission Tel*f rams eddr?*??--*d
Urect to the Secretary of War on thta enhjeot
will rec^iT* a? anen tion
?? rx-f?mr ^vh. <?..-_ taiv ef War:
E. D Tnemt-SD,
Aaststaat Adtutant franerai
EDUCATIONAL.
M 188 ULLI ? BENNETT has th- honor to in
form he pub ic that she ia nrep.r??i to g ve
instructions in . usie. at her reside c*. No. A'29 Q
st bet .6th and 7th sts., aad respectfully solicit
their patronage _,__-___.?
8t.e respect-? a 11 y offers the following r-ferenees
Prof J. 6 Daniel, Hon Rich'd Wallach Mayor,
Franck ? ylor Esq., Dr. Alex. McDonald Davis.
John F Coyle, B^q.
WASfimcTOK, D. C. 1864_a? ? 17-eolm*
BORROMEO COLLEGE, Pik-sville, Baltimore
county. Md., opona its ninth session on tbe 2d
Monday of S. p'emb-r For the terms or other in
fer mation addreee Rev. B. Q. 8. WALDRON.
Principal. _sep 3-1 m*
CGEORGETOWN FEMALE 8EMTNARY, 181
1 West street. The duties of this institution
will be resumed September 6. For circulars ad
dress the principal,
aep- lm*_M. J. HARBOVER.
THE UNION FBMALB ACADEMY.?The fif
teenth annual session of this institution will
commence on tbe 6th of September, ?864. Circu
lars obtained at the Academy, corner 14th street
and New York avenue._au 1_-??_p_*
BBOOKVIILE ACADEMY.
Session commences Sept 6th. Entire expense
for 21 weeks, f 110. Circulars at Star Office,or ad
dress ?. K. BURNS. Principal,
au 5 eo_m* Brook vi 11 e. Montgomery co., Md
PERSONAL,
IVI
ADAME Aflf.,1 AB. AN IMPRESSED MB
- '?iuin. continues toread the present and fu
ture to all who require It with great accuracy, and
ie ?ble to counsel up ? all important matters with
s alety. No 249 C street, between 4X and 6h sts.,
I ?! end._ _Bep-9-lm*
MR-T~BBn?KFlELB. of Kansas, can be e.n
sulte.ou the Past Prese nt and Future events,
at her room on the northwest corner of 4th aod L
sts She has studied nnder one of tbe most cele
brated Astrologers of the age. _)he guarantees
satisfaction to all those who may give ber a call.
She can b Been from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. Price one
dollar._ -m*
MB8. L. SMITH, with her extraordinary powers
to describe your living and dead friends, gire
tbe t am? s of both, tells character, th? future, ex
amines all kinr s diseas? s, will give sittings at 2.5 2
4th st eet. Bvedonra "?bove I street. Hours from
10 till 8 p. m. Circle Wednesday evenings. s2S Ira*
FEMALE COMPLAINTS and Diseases arising
from impurity ofthe blood receive special at
tention from Dr. DARBY, 492 7th etreet, between
D and E Honorable and .cientific treatment war
ranted._Bep 15-lm*
FEVER AND AOUB PERM .NENTLYtTURED
FOR ??.?Madame MARSHA, tbe Astrolo
gist, at No. 40. ? street, will warrant to the pub
lic to cure the Fever and A?ue permanently in
one we.k's time. Also other complaints treated
with great success at No. 403 ? etreet, between
9th and Uth ets. eep 14-lm*
DENTISTRY.
DENTISTRY-Drs. LOCK WOOD A MERRILL,
Dentieta, Room No. 2. Washington.
Bui dug. corner Pa. av. and 7th st. All?
operations performed in the most skillful '
manner. Charges reasonable. eep8-lm*
QREAL DI80OVIRY IR DENTISTRY.
luth Extracted without Pent with the Muhriu ef
m __ Oxygen
I would advise all persona aavlnt teetn to ex
^raet to call at Dr LEWIE? office,. -
and have them taken out hy this new!
ind harmleaa process Also eall and?
?xamine the Doctor's new and lm
?roved method of Insertine Artificial Teeth If
roa once see tbe great Improvement In his teeth
fou will have them in do other atyle than this new
and valuable ene. No. 242. Pa. evenne, between
Kb and ijth e*reete.
novM_8. ? LEWIE, M. P., Dentist.
?VI TEETH.
ivi . LOOM18, M. D .the Inventor and Patentee
or the HIN REAL PLATE TEETH, at .
tends personally at his office In this!
-it. Many persons ean wear these?
teeth who cannot wear others, and no
pereon can wear others who ?annot wear these.
Persona calling at my ?>__o_ earn be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may deaire,
but to those who are particular and wish the pu rest
.leanest, strongest, and most perfect denture thai
art ean produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be
more fully warranted.
Booms In thie city?No 338 Pennsylvania evenne
between ?th and 10th streets. Also. ?OT Arch st?
omia4eip.Ha. mar4-1y
THE MOST POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE IS
SMITH, BROS. A CO.,
40 West Baltimore etreet. Baltimore.
SMITH, BBOS. A CO., Clothiers and Merchant
Tailors, 40 We? t Baltimore street.
The Bon Ton Merchant Tailors.
No 40 West Baltimore st., Baltimore, Md.
N. B. Goods of all descriptions at reasonable
prices.
Wasningtoniarscan save30 per cent, by getting
thtir Clothing made at___,___, -- . __
SMITH. BROB A CO.,
40 West Baltimore etreet.
The best and cheapest Clothing House in the
country is SMITH, BBOS. A CO.,
40 West Baltimore street.
MARBLE HALL CLOTHING H0U8B,
40 West Baltimore st .Baltimore, Md.
Persons in Washington can save 20 per cent, by
buying their Clothing of_
SMITH, BR08. A CO.,
40 West Baltimore street.
Our Washington customers can find the beut
stock of Clothing in the country?every article
sponged-at 8MITH. BBOS. A CO.,
40 West Baltimore street.
Tbe leading Clothing Honse of Baltimore offers
tbe finest stock of Clothing in the country.
bMlTIi, BRO- A CO , Marble Hall,
40 West Baltimore street.
Do not fall to come to SMITH, BBOS. CO. to get
yoar Cl.tbing. 40 West Baltimore street.
Tbe place where everybody gets suited.
SMI II, BB08. k CO.,
40 West Baltimore street.
Tbe only bouse in Baltimore or Washington tbat
sponge all their Goods.
SMITH, BB08. A CO.,
40 West Baltimore street.
All Discharged 8oldiers in Washington are
eiTered a discount of in per cent, by baying of us.
SMITH, BBOS. k CO ,
40 West Baltimore street.
Discharged Bol di er s can save twenty dollars en
a Suit b> buying of
SMITH, BROS. AGO ,
40 West Baltiu ore st.. Baltimore, Md.
It will pay all to come to Baltimore to buy your
CLOTHING. SMITH. BBOS A CO ,
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers.
Be sure and come to SMITH, BBOS. A CO.,
Marble Hall Clothing Hour-e, 40 West Baltimore
street, to g.t your Fai! and winter Clothing
SMITH BP08. A CO..
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers,
40 We-t Baltimore etreet.
Peg topPANTS. trench and Bagli eh WALKING
COATS. Pel toe's ancv and plain a ACKS; also, the
new sto e 8ACKATBL, the prettiest eoat out.
Ali in endless varieties at SMITH. BB08. A CO '8
Popular M-rble Hall Clothing Houm, 40 West
Baltimore street._ Bep 24-3m
CLARIFIED CIDER I
CLARIFIED CIDER II
I have Just teeeived per schooners 'George S.
Adams" and "J. W.." from Boston a large supply
of pure MaiiBachueetteOLABIFIBDOIDRR.whfch
I olfer for sale at the lowest market price, in quan
tities to suit purchasers
Hotel keepers, sutlers, aud all others In want of a
prime article of Older ar? invited to call and ex
amine thie before purchasing elsewhere.
? , ?' ???? A 8HINN,
Union Bottling Depot, 37 Green st.,
_George town. D. 0.
SBCBET DISEASES AND WRONG TREAT
. MENT.?It ia acknowledged by the Medical
Fvculty that Drs. BROTHERS A GBaY. No. 179
south ? street, opposite Smithsonian Institute,
cures all forms of Secret Diseases, effects of self
ebuse and wrong treatment of quache and impos
tures, in less time tban any Physician in Washing
ton, no difference your circumstances or situation
Onr terms and charge? are such that the unfortu
nate po r n-ceive the same treatment a? the rich.
>ep 19 eost*_
THE 80LDIEB_t FRIEND ! ? Being a correo
guide to the Soldier, an*w*ring almost every
inquiry be may have to make, with directions for
tbe Soldier, cle.rly and explicitly laid down to
guide him in all bis business transactions before
the Departmeuts.particuiarly the War Department;
besides wb'ch, it contains other information of the
utmost value to the Soldier. No reldier should he
without it. Sent post paid, to any 8oldi.r's ad
dress, on receipt of 6 cents. Address Box 6 .9.
Washington City Post Ofliee The Soldier must be
partita ar in giving bia company, regiment, Ac.
fep 14-Iw* ___
HILLABD'S LIFE ANDCAMPAIGNSOF GEN.
Mi'Cieil?.'. General McCl? Han's Report, Bar
nard's Review of McClellan'e R. port; Language of
Flowers, colored platea: Bnoch Arden, by Teony
Bon;ChruUr'sIndex;Eaop'oWahleeim Wrench.
se? 8_ ____jj*_2-*_
LIMBI LIMBI LIMB 1-1 am now prepared to
deliver fresh honked POTOMAC LIMB, pre
fan* fron? my new Flame Rua, without ooming
boonuotwlti the fnal. ___
_ ?. D. CAST LEM AR,Rtna Lime Rlln,
?fca >a_ an. a-rfi-oeh Or?-* Bridge.
TEfcWARD olabr.
? ?__. " * LUMBBB DBALBB.
?Virginia avenue, between ?th and 10th ate., east,
A large stoek of _l7"_._d2?f LUMBBB con
Btantly on hand at loweet market pricea.
sep 3 1m*
THB MBBOBART>8 AND BARRER? ALMA
MS-UM _*_fc-_itt_U_____-f8ijsV
fra?CiTtaylor
PROFOSAL8.
PROPOSALS FOR LOAN.
Tbb?."T*!?t ???a?t???t Jai- _,, um.
Wetiee la hereby ?l'es that anhe-riptione will
be received by the Treasurer of the United States,
the ?eversi Assistant Treasurer?? and Desicnatel
Depositi? ries aod hy the National Rank ?desi an ?ted
ad qualified as Depositories? and Financial A?-ente
or Treasury Not?e payable three years from
Au-ust is. 1864. bearla* Intereat at the rate ?f
seven and three-tenth? per cent per annum, with
semi annual cou pona attached, payable in lawful
nsney.
These not?? will be convertible at the option of
tbe bolder at maturity into six per cent ?old
bearing bende, redeemable after five and payable
twenty years from Auauatl?. 1867.
The Not?e will be iasued in the denomination a o
fifty, one hundred. Uve hundred, one thoueand an
five thousaed dollars, and will be ieesed in blank,
or pavable to order, ae may be directed by the aub
scribera.
Al> subscription mmat be for fifty dollara, or
some multiple of fifty dollara.
Duplicate certificates will be issued for all depoe
itee The party depositin* muet endorae apon the
original certificate tb*denomination of not?e re
quired, aad whether they are to be iaaued in blank
or payable to order. When bo endoraed it muet be
left with the officer receiving the deposit, to be
forwarded to this Department.
The notes will be transmitted to tbe ownera free
of transportation ebargea aa aeo-n after the receipd
ofthe original Certificat ea of Depoait aa they can
be prepared.
Interest will be allowed to August IB on all
depoaita made prior to that date, and will be paid
by the Department upon receipt of the original
certificatea.
Aa the note? draw interest from Anguat 15, per
sona making depoaita subsequent to tbat date
meat pay the interest accrued from date of note to
date of depoait.
Parties depositing twenty five thousand dollara
and upwards for tbeae notes at any one time will
be allowed a commission of cue-quarter of one per
eent., which will be paid by thia Department upon
receipt of a bill for the amount, certified to by
officer with whom the deposit was nude. No
deductione for commissions muat be made from
be depoaita.
Officer? receiving depoaita will eee that the
proper endorae ente are made upon the original
certificates.
All officers authorixed to receive deposita are
requested to *ive to applicante all deairei Informa
tion, and afford every facility for making aub
?criptione. W. P. FBS8BNDBN,
ly j6-tf Secretary of the Treasury
M
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1.1864. S
Quartermaster General's Office, First DiiisionJ
Washington City October 1, IBM. S
Propoaale will be received at this office for
One TbouRand (1,00') MULES, to be delivered to
Captain C.H. Tompkias, AeeietuntQuartermaeter,
corner 22a and G eta , Wa btngtou, D. O
?/aid male* must be over two yeare of age, not
leaa tban fourteen (14) banda high atrong, stout,
compact, well developed animals, in full health,
free from any blemish or defect which would unfit
them for severe work, and muet have shed the four
front colt's teeth and developed the correependinji
four permsnent teeth, two in e?ch Jnw,
These specifications will be strictly adhered to,
and rigidly *nforcad in every particular.
Pajmeiits will be promptly made for all mules
that pasa inspection.
No proposals for less than fifty (?0) mules will be
entertained.
For any further information, apply either in per
son or by letter ?o thia office.
By order of tbe Quartermaster g?*?w**?nJ._i
JAME??. A. EKIN,
Colonel in charge First Division Quartermaster 'a
Office._
PROPOSALS FOB MAN ?BE.
Cni*F Qua_t*rmast*r'8 Officb,
OBPOr OF Wa?<HIH0T( ~
Washington, September 19.
Sealed proponals will be received at the office of
Captain Charlee H. Tompkine, A. Q. M , U. S. A ,
corner of Twenty-a'-cona and G etreets, in this
city, until noon of MONDAY, October 10.18-J4, for
the purchase from the Government of the Manure
n?>w on hand at the stable* and corrala of thia de
pot.
Bids must be made at ao much per cubic yard,
and for auch quantities as the bidders may re
quire.?
The manure will be awarded to the highest bid
ders, wbo will be required to remove it within
sixty (60) davs after the date of award.
Payment will be required in Government funds,
at the date the proposals are accepted, aud tbe Ma
nure measured (the measurement to be understood
ae a delivery.) _?._._ . ,,
The Government reserves the right to reject all
bide, should thev be deeDae'l40TTlonfTf!KnR
'Bri sadici- General and Chief Quartermaster,
ep21 17t_Depot of Waahington.
MEDICAL ????????? OFFIOB,
Washington, D. C, June IB, 1864.
AH dealer*In thle eity and Georgetown, whewfah
to sell to the Medical Purveying Department. ar?
reqaeated to send te thia office, on the MONDAY of
each week, a sealed list of the articles tbey may be
prepared te furnieh, at ?hort notice, with th*
price of each attached to the same.
0. SUTHERLAND,
leie-tf Burg. U.S. ?.. Medical Purveyor.
JAY COOKE ti CO., BANKERS,
Fiftmbth Strikt, opposi? U. 8. .rbasubt.
Receive Subscriptions for the
NEW U. S. T3-10 LOAN
authorized by the act ef June 90th, 1364.
The notes will be iaaued under date of August
lith, in denominations of
?30, ?100, ?300, ?1,000 and ?3,000,
payable to bearer or order, bearing interest at
7 3-10 per centum per annum, payable aeml-an
nually, and will be convertible at tbe option of
the bolder at maturity into six per cent. Five
Twenty Bonda.
We buy and sell?
GOVERNMENT BONDS of all issues.
TRBA8UBY NOTEB,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
And COIN,
And pay the highest price for
QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATS CHECKS.
Jy27-tf_JAY 000KB A CO.
| IMPORT AN ? TO
HOUSEKEEPERS
AND OTHERS
_ We invite the attention of all
?ereone who are in want of FURNi
OUSBKBBPING GOODS to call aod
examine our large and extensive assortment,
which we are prepared to offer
AT GREAT BARGAINS,
thereby making it an important item in the selec
tion of _
FUBNITURE
and other
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
always to be found at the well known establish
ment of McGKEUOR A ZIMMERMAN,
No. 330 Seventh etreet, between
an 26-eolm Lonieianaav. and Pet.,eaat side.
ANUBB? _,_,_,
MANU BJ_.
_ MANURE.
THB BEST ???* CHEAPEST MANURE IN THB
UNITED STATES.
Tbe undersigned, having contracted for all the
Manure at Gfeaboro Point, D. O,, are now pre
pared to put on board yeaaela free of expense to
Captain? at low ratee,
VESSELS WANTBD.
Address No. 330 ? street, Washington, or to
GIE8BORO POINT MAN?BB WHARF.
aulu-tf JOHN PBTTIBONE A*. CO.
UBNI
M
M
A88EY COLLINS A CO.'S
PHILADELPHIA
DBAUGHT ALB AND PORTES.
I am now receiving large quantities of DBAUGHT
ALB and POSTER from thia ?elebrated brewery,
which I am prepared to farnlah s? abort notice to
all persone who favor me with tbeir orders.
Orders given to my driver? will be promptly at
tended to.
Goode delivered in all part? of Waahington and
Georgetown, tree of charge.
BILBY A. SHINN, Agent.
Union Bottling Depot, 3? Green street
_Pfi-tf _Georgetown, B. 0.
OBPHAN8' COURT. SEPTEMBER 24th, 18H.
District of Columbia, Coobtt of Was-ibo??
tob. jo tint.? Iu tbe caae of Bridget Kelly, Ad
miniatratrix of Jame? Kelly, deceased, the
Administratrix aforesaid baa, with the approbation
ofthe Orphans' Courtof Washington County afore
said, appointed SATUBDAY, the ist h dayof Octo
ber next,for the final aett'iement and distribution of
the personal estate of said deceased, and of the
asseta m hand, as far as the same have been col
lected and turned into money; when andjwhere all
the credit?? and heireof eaid deceased are notified
to attend, (at the Orphans' Court of Waahinjton
County_aforesaid,) with their claims properly
vouched or they may otherwise by law be excluded
from all benefit in aaid deceased's eatate: provided
a copy of thia order be publiehed once a week fer
* :*^?wS*f'lnJ-h? Evenin* Star, previous to th*
?aid lath day of October, l??.
*_E ? ? Z. O. BOBBINS,
?ep ae-law3w?_Regiater of Wille.
RPHAN8' COCRT.-DistaiOT of Columbia.
Washibgto* Comr-y. a* wit: In the case
of Margaret Meaney, adminiatratria of John
Meaney,deceased, the administr?t? ix aforesaid
o ' ,*1?*_7 th.? ?PWobation ef the Orphans'
___?__! W^*vk,n^lto??, County aforesaid, appointed
_*tl?rd?7?? ?*? J?" day of October next, for th*
toal settlement end diatrlbution of the peraonal
?atete of said deceased. and of the asset* fn hand.
as far a* tb? asme have been collected and turned
iato money: when and where all the creditore and
beira of aaid ?eceaajd are notified to attend.(at the
-3_G-_*? ??,?G* ef Washington County aforesaid.)
with their claims properly vouch-d, or they may
other-rise by law be excluded from all benefit in
said deceased'a eatate : provided a copy of this
order be published once a week for three weeka in
the Evenin* Star previous to the eTUsth day of
October. MM. Test-- .0. S0BB?N8,
?op 17-l*w3w*_ Be*i*ter of Wills.
200 pATOsa??M akd ?*??".
?ep??o3t C. W. BOTELER ?80S.
PROPOSAL?.
?I
(CLOTHING AND CLOTHING MATERIAL.
Navy Diparthbht,
Rckba. or Paevisio.sa i?i> Oi... rmso
September ?, .?..?
Separate Proposals, seal? ? and endors j "Pro
pi-s.le tor Navy Clothing, and Clotbing M-te
rials," wi I be received at this burean until two
o'clock p. m , on the 12th day of October next, for
fnrniehing and delivering ? un receiving thirty
day?-' notice? at the Usited Statee Navy Tarde at
C*arlestown. M ss . end Brooklyn, ? V . in mich
Diu-b>ra ?nd quantities and at sucn times aa may
be specified hy tbe ehi f of this -ureau or by the
commao ants of tbe aaid Navy Yards, r-tepective
ly, tbe numbers aod quantities ofthe ilii?e-etit ar
ticles, and at tbe places specified io tbe following
list, viz :
__ _, - CharleBtown. Brooklyn.
Pea Jackets .3 000 7,0?_
Bound Jackets....2 000 3,"W
Blue Cloth Trowsers, paira.5.000 5,000
Blue Satinet TrowserB, *? -...8,000 12,i*X)
Canvas Duck frowsere, " _3001 6.00
Barnsley Sheeting Frock a_?,??? 8 0 fl
Blue Flannel Overshirts.?,??? 10,0 0
Blue Flannel Undershirts_ 12,'xVi |8jn
Blue Flannel Dr.wers, paire_12 000 18.000
Blue Satinet, yards.60.000 100,0 0
BlneFlannel, *? ..S0.no ???,? 0
Bine Nankin, " .f.,000 10,000
Calf sk in Laced Bhoes, pairs_lO.ouo is,a 0
Bip-ekin Sho*s.lO.OuO 15,nro
Woollen So.ka.?,??? ??,???
Blarhets.i.000 12,000
Mattresses 1 with one cover for
each).~~.5,000 8.000
Black Silk Handkerchiefs.?,?0 8.000
Boo'b paira.4.000 ?0.0
Offers mav be made for one or more articlea. at
the option of the bidder, and in case more thaa one
article is contained in this offer, the chief of th .
bureau will have the right to accept one er more
of the articles contained in euch otfer and reject
tbe remainder. The price must be uniform, and of
fers must tmbi ace alt of any one 0 r more anieles dt
lirerable ot all the stations
For the description of articles in the above list,
bidders ar? ref-rred to the samplee at the said navy
yards, and to the advertisement of this bureau da
ted July 8. 1863, and for inf rinati on aa tn the ??s
and regulations in pamphlet form I regarding con
tracts, to tbe officers of the several commandants
of navy yards and navy agents.
Tbe department reserves tbe right to relect any
proposal not considered advantageous to the Gov
ernment.
Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on ap
plication to the navy agent at Boston, New York,
or Philadelphia, snd at this bureau. sep 2-la.w .w
PROPOSALS FOB FORAGE.
QBi ?!? QD_MTBBM _8_ ? ? ? Of FIO?, I
_ _ _ _ WaSHiaoTon Dbpot. Dec. ., UBS. %
Sealed Proposais are invited by the undersigned
for supplying the U. 8. Quartermaster's De
oartment, at Washington. D. O., Baltimore. Md.
Alexiimdria, and Fort Monroe, Va., or either of
these placee, witb Hay. Corn, Oats and Btraw.
bids will be received for the deb very of 6,001
bushels of corn or oate and 50 tone of hay or atraw.
and upwards.
Bidders must state at which of the ahove-namee
points they propose to make deliveries, and th?
ratee at which they will make deliveries thereat
the quantity ef eacb article proposed to be deliv
ered, the time when said deliveries shall be com
menced, and when to he completed.
The price must be written out in words on th?
bide.
Corn to be np In good stout seeks, of about
two busbele each. Oafs In like sacks of about thro?
oushelB each. The sacks to be furnished without
extra ebarge to the Govenment. The hay and
straw to be securely baled.
The particular kind or description ? oats, oorn.
bay or straw proposed to be delivered mast b?
stated in the proposals.
All the article? offered under the bids herein in
vited will be subject to a rigid inspection by th?
Government Inspector before being accepted.
Contracte will be awarded from time to time to
Che lowest responsible bidder, as the interest of
the Government may require and payment will be
made wben the whole amout contracted for shall
have been ' -livered and accepted.
The bidder will be required to aeeompany hia
propoeale with a guaranty, signed by two reepon
sible persone that in case his bid is accepted he 01
they wiH, within ten days thereafter, execute tb?
contract for the same, with good and sufficient
sureties in a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract, to deliver tbe forage proposed in conformity
witb tbe terms of this advertisment: and in cas?
the said bidder should fail to enter into the eon
tract, tbey to make good the difference between
the offer of said bidder and the next lowest respon
Bible biddc., or the pereon to whom the contract
may be awarded. _^
The responsibility of the guarantors mast be
ahown by the official certificate of a U. 8. District
Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other officer
under the United States Government or responsi
ble person known to this office.
All bidders will be duly notified of the accept
ance or rejection of their proposals.
Tbe full name and P.O., address of each bidder
must be legibly written in th? proposal.
Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H,
Rncker, Cb'ef Depot Quartermaster, Washington.
D.O., and should b? plainly marked "Proposait
for Forage."
Bond-7ui a sum equal to the amount of the eoa
tract, signed by the contractor and both, st hit
guarantors, will be required of the success-gl bid
der or biddef* ?pon aigi-ing th? oontraot. ?
Klar g forme of bids, guarantees, and bonds, may
be obtained upon application at this Ofloe.
FORM OP PROPOSAL.
(Town, County and State)- ?
(Date).
I, the subscriber ,do hereby propose to furnish
and deliver to ?he United States, at the Quarter
master's G .partment at -, agreeably to the
terme of yonr advertisement lnviting_ proposal?
for forage, dated Washington Depot. Deo. 8.18o.
the following articles, vis :
-bushels of Corn, in sacks, at-per bo-hel ef
56 pounds
? bushels 01 Oata, in saska, at ? per bushel of
32 pounds
? tons of Baled Hay. at ? per ton of J ,000
pounda
? tons of Baled Btraw, at ? per ton of 2,000
pounds.
Delivery to commence on or before the-day of
-, 186?, and to be completed en or before the
? day of-, 186?, and pledge myself to enter
into a written oontraot with the United States,
with good and approved aeenritiea, within the
space of ten day? after being notified that my hid
has been accepted. Yonr obedient servant,
Brigadier General D.H. Buck?. ~' .
General Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D. 0.
GUARANTY.
We, the undersigned, reeidents of-, In the
County of-, and State of-, hereby, Jointly
and severally, covenant with the United States,
and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of
be accepted, that he or they will, within ten days
after the acceptance of aaid bid, execute the con
tract for the aam_ with good and sufficient eure
tiee, in a sum equal to the amount ofthe contract,
to furnieh the forage proposed In conformity to
th. terme of advertisementdated December 8,1863,
under which the bid was made, and, in caee the
aaid-shall fail to enter into a contract aa
aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ
ence between tbe offer by aaid-and the next
lowest responsible bidder, or the pereon to whom
the contract may be awarded.
Witness,
Given ander our hands and seals this ??day of
-??- &i
I hereby certify that, to the hestef myknowl
edge and belief, tbe above-named guarantors art
geod and aufficient aa euretiee for the amount for
which they offer to be security ?-.
To be certified by the United 8tatee District At
torney, Collector of Customs, or any other offleer
under the T'nited States Government, or reepon
Bible peraon known te thi? office^ ^^^
dec.-tf Brigadier General and Q. M.
CHIBF QUABTBBMASTRB'S OFFICB, 1
D?rosles Wauhisotos.S
Wet km tion. D. C. January 4,185?. .
All dealers in Drags, Hardware, Lamber, Leather.
Office Farm ture, Harneas, and Saddlery, are re
quested to send to this office, on MONDAY of _aab
week, a sealed proposal ot li?t, m duplicate, of the
articlea they are prepared to furnish to this Depot at
abort notice, with the price of eaeh marked In plain
figure?, bo that, in case the exigencies of the aervlce
require it, the article or articles ean be obtained
without delay, and at the lowest price.
Dealers wiehing to eell to this Depot will be re
quired to furnieh the list punatnally every Menda*
morning. D. H. BUCKEK,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster.
<tea
rw?
las-tf_ DepotofWaahlngton.
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFflOB.
Fibst Division,
WA8H1SOTOS City, August 31,1364.
H0B8BS, HOB8BS, HOBSIS.
Horses suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service
will be purcbaaed at.Giesboro' Depot, in open mar
ket, tillOctober 1,1864.
Horses will be delivered to Captain L. Lowry
Moore, A.Q. M., and be subjected to the usual
Government inspection before being accepted.
Price of Cavalry Horses, 8175 each.
Price of Artillery Horeea.f 180 each.
Payment will be made for six (61 and more.
JAMES A BKIN,
Colonel First Division,
eep 3-lm Quar term aster General's Office.
OgQ 8BVBNTH STREET. QfiQ
H.OH BED LOUNGES high
awhiso. and awniho.
GILT FRAME MIBBORS.
Just received per schooner Empire twenty differ
ent styles
BBD LOUNGBS,
which we are offering at very low figur?e.
Our etock of
GILT FRAME MIRRORS
will be found extensive, and in price will compare
with that of any bouse in the Dnit-d States.
Purchasers, remember we are selling our entire
stock of
FUBNITUBB AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
generally 15 per cent, less tban any house in tae
eity. If you are in want if good articlea at low
prices don't forget us. Call and examine our
stock By so doing you incur no obligation to
purchase.
We still allow tenner cent, on all bills of 950 and
upwards. H. BONTZ
Successor to Bonts A Griffith,
eep 2-tf 369 Seventh Street.
O51 MONEY 1 MONEY 1 MONBY 1 OC|
THB OLD E8TABLI8HBD LOAN OFFICB,
No 351 Cet., bet. 4>_ and 6th its,
ESTABLISH? 1.-2,
ISAAC RBBZBBRG A BON continue to make
advance on all sums on ** atcbes, Diamond Af?/n
Jew.lry, Ladiee' and Gent ? wearing ? AVA
pare!, and in fact upon all mereba-dlse ttsa-w %m
a ly taken in a Pawn offiee. The high- at advances
ma?e aad all b B?nese Btrlctly confidenti^. Hav
ing conducted business for so many rears in this
eity. we ean, of course, refer to any old resident of
Wsshirtton. B-member
Ne. 351 north C it.. bet. 4% and 6th eta.
Immediately in rear of National Hotel.
?ep U-lm? I. HRHZBRRG ? ???.
LAND BALES.
?
Y THS PBESIDRNT OP THE UNITED
8TATES.
FOB THF SALE OF V ALU A RLE LANDS IN ???
LATK WINNRBAOO INDIAN RESERVATION
IN M1?.NESOTA.
In pu renane* of law. I.ABRAHAM LIXOOLN.
PreMdeni of the United States of America, do
hereby declare and make known that puMi.? ???les
will be held in ?be ui.dt?r mentioned Land Office,
in ?he State of Minu?-*ota, at the p?riode herein
aft*r designated, tv wit:
At the Land (lince at St Peter, ooxnmeucing on
MONDAY, the fifth dav of December next, for the
dispoeal of the public landa comprieed in toe late
reaerve for the Winnebago Indiana, above men
tioned, and aitnated in the folio ?iu* parts of
townabipa, wbich will be sold at the appraised
value ofthe land? and the improvemen tathereon,
viz:
Rorth of th* bast line and west of the fifth principal
meridian.
InVwnahlpl't?. range 24.15.3S4.96 acres.
In township li*7, range 24 ?- ~?~ ? 8,406 44
In township HE, range 25.?-1S2M.3I
In townfhip 107. ranee 25.-17,??49.71
In townabip ?G8, range W ? .-.--.. 277.81 . . .
A schedule particularly deaenbing the individ
ual tracte, with the appraised value p??r aore.will
be open for inspection at the Dietrict Land Offices
in Minnesota .,, .
The offering of the above landa will be com
menced on the day appointed, and will proceed, in
tbe order desiirnated in tbe above-mentioned
achedu'e. and conaecutivel? by t?*wnehipa. aa here
in advertised, until the whole ahall nave been
offered, and the sale thua closed; but theaa'e
shall not be kept open longer than two weeke and
no private entry of any ofthe lands will bead
mit ted until after the expiration of the two week a.
Given under my hand, at the city of Waahing
ton. thia 23d day of August. Anno Domini one
thouaand eight hundred and sixty-four._
ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By the Preaident :
JOB. 8. WILSON, __,
ActincComraiaaioner of the General Land Office.
NOTICB TO ACTUAL BONA FIDBSBTTLSRS
PRE-BMHT0R8.
In the third aection of the act of Congreee, ap
proved .let of February, 1863 8tatutee, volume U,
page 6.W, opening to sale th? Winnebago Reserva
tion. it is stipulated that before any pereon ehall
be entitled to enter any portion of the ?aid land??.
by pre emption or oth?rwi?e. previoua to their
exposure to aale to th? highest bidder at public
outcry, he ahall become an actual bona-fide
settler tbereou. and shall conform to all tbe
regulations now provided by law in case? of pre
emption, aa?* shah pay, within the term of one
year from the date of tbe settlement, the full
appraised value of the landa and the improvements
thereon. . .
Now. in order that all auch bona-fide. actual
settlements may be secured to the several pre
emptors.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBN,
that they must come forward and file their affida
vita, designating the particular tracta on which
they may he actually settled, giving the date of
such actnal settlement, and, before the expiration
of one year from euch da**, the aeveral pre-emption
claims muet be established before the Register and
Receiver, according to the requirements of the
pre-emption laws, and fir 1 payment made thereon,
according to tbe full affixed, appraised value of
the landa and Improvements thereon.
1st. In all auch esees where tbe year may not
elapse before tbe commencement of the public
sale, such bona fide actual settlements ma? and
are hereby ordered to be excluded from the publie
sale.
2d. In all pre-emption caees in which the year
may expire before the commencement ofthe pub
lic sale tbe parties muBt eatabtieb and pay up Tor
their claims, otherwise all tracts ia thia clasa will
be offered to the highest bi ider, under the forego
ing proclamation, yet with the atipulation tbat at
auch public ?ale the price must not be for a lesa
aum than for the appraised value._
JOS. 8 WILSON,
an 30-lawl3w Acting Commissioner.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OFFICE ?14 PA. AVENUE,
Washington, D. R
GMATS]IBN3 .?Kssr?lwA^iS; W18T
MERCHANDISE, MONEY. JEWBLBY. VALU
ABLES, NOTES. STOCKS, BOND8 Jtc.
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
accessible sections ofthe country. This Company
has agencies in the Principal Railway Towns in tb*
NORTH, BAST, WEST, AND NORTH WEST
Its principal offices are
WASHINGTON, D 0.. NEW YORS, BOSTON
PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, CIN
CINNATI, 8T. LOUIS, LOUIS
VILLE, LEXINGTON.
Connections are made at New York and Boston.
with lines forwarding to the GANADAS and th*
BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship lin.
to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE
and thenceb? European expresses to all prominen*
eommerdai towns in Great Britain and th* Conti
nent.
Collection of NOTES, DRAFTS, and BILLS made
at all accessible part* ofthe United States.
0. 0. DUNN, Agent.
??_Wa*biB**?-?u.D. 0.
OU?? PAWNBROKER AND OQK
??? LOAN OFFICE. ???
LICENSED BY AUTHORITY.
??5 MATTHEW-!! WALSH, 2*5
2*?5 O Btbbbt, between loth and lltb.
Second door from Harvey's Oyster Saloon,
In compliance with tbe wish of many friends, I
am now prepared to make liberal Caab ad
vances on Gold and Silver Watches, Dia-?
monda. Jewelry, 8ilver ware, Hardware,! _
Clothing, and Merchandise of every description in
good order,
?yHavin* had twelve years experience in busi
ness in the City, and favorably knewn te many of
its citizens, I am confident that to all who may in
trust me with business,(which will be strictly
confidential) I will give satisfaction. Office open
every day (Sunday excepted) from Seven o'clock,
A. B. until Nine o'clock p. m._eep 13-3m
WMPOBTANT TO 8UTLSBS
SUTLERS WILL FIND
H. A. DOWNING A* CO.'S
CONCENTRATED CLAM
TO SB A MOST VALUABLE ASTIGLI TO
THEIB TRAD?,
It ?ella very rapidly, and is th* moat economical
article *f diet for the officer'? mese. It ia prepared
In one minute,and make? a most delicious Boup ot
Chowder. It la highly recommended by Arm
Burgeon?. The profita are lare*.
H. A. DOWNING A 00.,
Manufacturer? of Concentrated Food
No. Ill Saat 18th at., New York.
For eale by BABBOUB A 8SMMS8, 8ole Agent?,
Bf Louisiana Avenue,
??Ht_ Waahington, D. 0
BOOTS AND SHOES
' ?T SUIT THB TIMES.
We aie now manufacturing all kindsof BOOTS
and 8HOB8. and conetanly receiving
iena?, ?
?ft
articles.
Persons in want of BOOTS and SHOES of Baatera
or City made work, will always find a good assort
ment in store and at the lowest prices. Give us a
call. GBlIrlN k BBOTUBB,
apB-tf _ 314 Penn. avenue.
0. W. BOTSLEB. JNO. W. BOTELiB
C. W. BOTELER Ie SON,
IHP0BTBR8,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
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CHINA, GLA88 AND CBOCKEKY WABB,
TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATED WARS,
BRITANNIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS,
TIN CHAMBEE SETS, COAL OIL LAMPS.
JAPANNBD WAITSBS, DOOR MATTS,
FEATHER DC8TSB8. BRUSHES,
WOOD WABB, AND
HOUSEKEEPING ABTICLS8 GENERALLY.
EF" HOUSES, H0TSL8, AND STSAMB0AT8
FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE.
318 IRON HALL,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUS.
17-eoCm_between 0th and loth eta
J08SPH BSYNOLDB A 00.
PLUMBERS, GAB, AND STEAM F?TTRRS,
No. tOO NiBVB Btbbbt, near avenue.
Have Juat received and will constantly Beep ob
?and, the largest and b?at assortment in tbe city
of Chandeliers, Bracket*. Drop Lights, Portables
Glaaa Globes, mica and other Shades, and all arti
elea in thia line, from the beat establishments in
New York, Philadelphia, Ac, which will be Bold
on the moat reasonable terms.
Alao, SANGES. FURNACES, and lire-Board
ftoye?.
We are prepared to furnieh the best BANGS in
use anywhere, on very reasonable terme. Hotel*,
Beat an rants, Ac. are invited te call.
We do all kinds of GAS and STEAM fitting?
fromptly and aheap, a* alao everything in the
LUMBING Une in the moat satisfactory manner
Call and eee our Bathing Tube, Fountains Water
?loeet*. Waah-atanda, Baaina, Ac, Ac, at No. 800
lath atreet, near Pennsylvania avenue. the largest
**tohttahm?nt In tb* eity._tb t-*otf
^^^4^IMPROVE YOUB 1T>XM^
OEitW -*V_?ieitt.ht by the use of the eel-?*-*- ~?__~
?brated Pbbblu and Psaisaori* 8rac*AO-B8, uni?
??really acknowledged m tb? best for 8tb*botb
BBiaa abb Paasiaviao th? impaired Byeaight.
scientifically and correctly suited, by FRANKLIN
A OO., Optioiana.
844 Pennarlvania avenue, bet. Uth and Uth eta.,
ana
398 Pennaylvanla avenue, under the National.
FIELD GLASSES. OPERA GLAIMBS, MI0EO
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PHOTOGRAPH ALBU_t8.0_*rJTD? VISITS
Ac^in ? great variety, and atSaaTaeet ?rio??.
T*^-NJKJ??!?J'iWBPA*?>KR8 FOBWABD
SD FROM NSW ?0SK DAILY, at greatly
reduced prioea.-Terma, for one year, payable in
l&iS-?-W'wlA ?**1^? ?7? .??? of 8lo;
Jribnn?, 87; Tim?*,?; World, 87: Dally Newa,
G; Evening Poet. *9; Svenine Express, %6Jto.
Addr*H A.^OTOS. Ao. 83 wert 38ttTat_*et,T*air
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'ILLIASD TABLB8 TOB BALS.-Tbe e^bcerT.
? ber baa THREE FIRST 0LAB8
BILLIARD TABLB8. Marly woT,
wbUb b* wttl iiefotm ot yery lew.
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|\B. JOHNSON,
1/ BALTIMORE
LOOR HOSPITI
OFFICB 50. 7 BOUTH FRBDBRIO& STEH
THE ONLY PHTSIdaN Atu'KRTisii
Ras discovered the m. Certain. Speedy,
Bffeetual Rernvdy ia tbe world for >
DISBA8BS OF IMPBLDBNOR.
Relief in Sim H nur $ ? y? ???????
Persone Ruined by Ignorant Pretendere, er by
Deadly Poison. Mercury. Bhonld apply
immediately.
A CURE WARRANTED OB NO CHARGE
IN FROM ONE TO ? WO DA TS.
Weakness ofthe Back, Involuntary Discharges
Strictures. Affection? of the Kidneys and Blad.e.
I m potency. General Debility, N-rvouin.e?, Dye
pep*> Languor, Low Spirits, ConfueioB of Idea?
Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity. Trembling,
Dic_u??sof 8ig. torO ddinea?. Disease of the H ?ad.
Throat, Nose, or Skin, Affection? of the Live?,
Lung?. Stomach or Bowels?these Terrible Disor
ders arising from Solitary Habit? of Tooth?the
SsesBT and solitary practice? more fatal to that*
victims than tbe Bong of Syrens to the mariner? of
Bly.s-uR. blighting their most brilliant hopes or
anticipation?, T,.ndering roar-iage, Ac. Impossi
ble
YOUNO MEN
Especially, who have become the vietimi of _-,.
tary ? ice.that ? read ful and deetrueti ve habit >vh_L,
aneually ?weeps to an unti m-ly grave thoueen?*? O
Young Men of the most exal tee talent and bri I ! i ant
intellect, who might otherwise have entra-Ocod II?
tening Senate? with the thunders -f ?loquenoe or
waVed to eitacy the living lrre, mav call with __i
confidence
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
These are some of the aad and melanchoh
produced by early habit? of youth, vIb- W
of the Back and Limb?. Pain in the Head L?
of 8ight, Lo?? of Muscular Power. Palpita!
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervou? Irrita, .it?
rangement of the Digestive Function?, (?
Debility. Symptom? of Cnueumption. Ae
Mbbtalitv.?The fearful effect? on th? minti er?
mucb ?o be dreaded?Loss of Memory. Confute?
of Idea?. Depression of Spirits Kvil f-NM_HK
Aversion to Society, Self-distrust, Love of Men'
tnde. Timidity. *MARRJAGg
Married Persons, or young m?n co ? teme I atina
marriage^_ware of Physical Weakness, Organi?
Debility. Wasting of tbe Organe, Deformities, Ae.,
?hould apply immediately.
He wbo places himself nnder the care of Dr. J.
may retigioasly confide in bis honor as a gen
tleman, and confidently rely upon kii skill a? a
Physician. _
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, 1 MPOT1NCY IMPBDI
M1NT8 TO M ABBI AGB
By Dr. Johneton'? marvelous treatment. Weak?
nee? of the Organ? is epeedily cured, and full vigoi
restored. Thousands of the most nervous, debili
tated and impotent, who bad lost all hope, have
been immediately relieved
All impediments to marriage. Physical or Mental
Disqualifications, Loe? of Procreative Power. Ner
vous Irritability, Tremblings, and Weakness, e.
Exhaustion of the moat fearful kind, speed! 1 ?
cured.
Dk. JOHNSOh
Member ofthe Boyal College of Sargeona, Loa
don. Graduate from one of the most eminent Col
lege? in the United States, and th? greater part of
whose life ha? been spent in tbe hospitals of Lon
don, Paris,Philadelphia and elsewhere.has effegtod
?ome of the most astonishing cure? that wer? ever
known: many troubled witb ringing in the head
and ears when ?sleep,great nervousnese.be alarmad
at sudden sound?. Dash fu Ines?, wits frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement
af mind, were cured Immediately.
YOUNO MEN
who have injured themselves by a certain praetio?
indulged in when alone?a habit frequently le
from evil companions, or at school, the efl-f
which are nightly felt, ?ven when aaleep,
not cured, render? marriage impossible,
?troy? botb mind and body, should applv "
ately.
What a pit y that a yettn g man, the
country and darling of nie parents,
snatched from all tb? prosaects and enj<
life by tbe cons?quence of deviation from
of nature and indulging in a certain seer
Snoh person? must, before contemplating
MARRIAGE
reflect that a sound mind and body are the mo?.
necessary requisites to promote connubial happl
ness indeed. Without these the Jouruev throegh
life becomes a weary pilgrimage; tbe sraagMi
hourly darkens to the view: tbe mind becomes
shadowed with despair and filled witb the melan?
eholy re .ectione that the hairiness of another tl
blighted with our own.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
When tbe misguided and imprudent votary ef
pleasure finds he has Imbibed the seeds of thie sais)?
fai disease it often happen? that an ill-timed Sfama
of shame or dread of discovery deters him from ap
plying to those wbe, from education and respecta
bility ean alone befriend him. He fall? into the
hands of ignorant and designing pretenders, who,
incapable of curing, filch his pecaniary ?ubatane?,
keep him trifling month after month, or aa long as
tbe smallest fee can be obtained, and in deepair
leave him witb ruined health to sign over hia gall
ing disappointment: or, by the use of that deadly
poison. Merrwry. hasten tne constitutional symp
toms of this terrible disease, such as Affection? ol
tbe Head, Throat. Nose, Skin, ete., nrnirnssjng
with frightful rapidity until death ?uta an end to
hia dreadful Bufferings by Bending hfm to that un
discovered country from Whose bourn? no travel?,
returns.
OFFICB 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
left hand Bide going from Baltimore ?treet, ? tew
doors from tbe corner. Vail not to obeeree name
and nanaber
S-F~|o letters received unless post-paid aa*. eoa?
tainir_t^Sh_gnp to be nsed on the rapt?. .Pereone
writing Should state age, and send pofft?flt(K ad
vertisement describing Symptoms,
Th, Dr.'t Diploma hangs in his 4Mft?:'
INDORSEMENT OF THE PB
The many thousand cured at this esta
within tbe last twenty rears, and the
Important Surgical Operations perform..
Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of " ?_
and many ofher taper?, notice? of whiob have av
r.ared again and again before the public, VesideO
is standing as a gentleman of character andre
eponsibility, is s eu?cienl guarantee to the f
fllcted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY OOBED
Ja?-ly_
S
BORET DISBASES I BEGEBT D18BAS__|
SAMABITAN'B GIFT
SAMARITAN'S trlFTt
THR MOST CERTAIN REM EDY BVBB U8BB
"lee, A Positive Care" for
OONOBHUtA, BLESI, S . ttJCTV RSn\ Me
Contain? no Minerai, ao Balaam, no Merce
Onta Ter, Pilli to be taken to M ff cet >
They are entirely vegetable, having no amali nee
any unpleasant taste, and will net in any ?f ba
lare the stomach or bowels of the most delicate.
Cures in from two to four days, and recent oaopg
in "twenty-four hours " Prepared by a graduati
ofthe University of Pennsylvania, one ofthe moat
eminent Doctora and Chemists of the present day,
IO BXPOSUBB. HO TBOOBLB, BO CHAHOB WB4TBVBB.
Let those who have despaired of getting oured,
or who have been gorged with Balaam Qopavia, or
Mercury, try the
SAMARITAN'S GIFT.
Bent by mail in a plain envelope.
Price?Male packages. $3 Female S3
BLOOD I BLOOD II BLOOD II
SCROFLLA, I __<.*_-.., SORBS, SPOTS
TETTEBS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPBILlS
OB VBNEBEAL DISEASES, Me.
SAMARITAN'S BOOT AND HERB JUICE
la offered th . puDlie aa a positive our?.
SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DltSEaSEs the SA
MARITAN'S ROOT AND HEBB JUICE, ia the
most potent, certain and effectual remedy eve?
prescribed; it reach?? and eradicates every partiels
ofthe venereal poison.so that thecure is thorough
and permanent. Take then of thi? purifying reasv
dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos
terity that for which yon may repent in after ;
DO NOT DESPAIR I
Although you may be pronounced inculatole.
SAATA RITAN 'S BOOT AND HERB JUIOB
will remove every vestige or impuritie* froi
SAMARITANA BOOT AND HERB JTJ?O??"
111 remove every vestige or impuritie? from the
system, as well as all the bad effects of Mercury.
FEMALES I FBMALBB11
in many affection? with which number? of Fe
males ?offer, te BOOT AND HER?' JUICES M
moat happily ?dupted, in Ulcerated Uterus, in
White?, in bearing down, Falling ?f the Weak
Debility, and for all cot. plaints incident te theses.
Sent by express. Price Si a ho .fe, o .botti??
for 86.
SAMARITANS CHANCRE WASH.
Price 2* cents. Full directions.
DESMOND A CO., Box 1*1 Philadelphia Foil
Off ce.
Sold by 8. OALTEBT FORD, corner of llth ao?
Pa. avenue.
HBNBY COOR. Al.xanaria._mayS-tf
Y?O_V_._i>iirtT__t-_.
OGRG MEN who have injured themaolv?? by
certain secret habite which unfit them for hualnees,
pleasure, or the duties of married life; al?? middle
aged or old men ho, from th? follie? of youth or
other causes, fe?i a debility in advance ofthely
yeare, before placing themselves under the treaW
ment of any one, should first read "THB 8B?BBT
FRIEND.'' Married Ladles will learn something
of importane? by perusing "The Secret Friend."
Sent to any address, in a sealed envelope oa re
eeipt of Twenty-five Gente. Address
D?. 0HA8. A. STEWART * 00..
de M-ly_;_ ?sas.
TRIR8EMAB?Protected by Royal Letters Pat
ent of England, and secured by the seals ofthe
Ecole de Pharmacie de Paria, and the Imperial
College of Medicine, Vienna.
Triesmar No. 1 is the effectual remedy ter Bel??
ation. Spermatorrhoea, and Kihaustien of the Hyp.
tern. Trieemar No. S baa entirely superseded too
naueeou? use of Copavia, Cubebe. Ac. Triesmar
No. S i? tbe infallible remedy for all Impuri ti es and
Secondary Symptome, thus obviating the use of
mercury and all other deleterious ingredients.
Each preparation is in the form of s most agree
able Losange. Secured from effects of climate and
chang?e of atmosphere, in tin cases. _t 83 each, or
fonr S3 cases in on? for 89, and in I_7 eases, thus .
saving $9. Divided in separate doses as ad minis*
tered by Valpeau, Ballemande, Reax,Jt_5? _*?.- ? _
Wholesale and retail by Dr. BARROW, Ro. 19?
Bleecker ?treet, New York eQ-,
To be aad al?o of 8. 0. F0BJ>. No. ??0 Pa. ave,
eorner Uth ?treet._mart-fin.?
SIAM UA_U-?<&- v*. "?-"y-"0? ??????.'-?-?--, an?
MEDICINE." have determined-r?gardle_?o_ ex
penee? to Issue, free, (for the benefit of Buffering
_Tum__ity.) four of their moet inatrmetive and iiT
tere.ting Lectures on Marnage_and ita qualifica
tion- Nervoue Debility, Premature D?clin?, ??.
digestion. Weakneaa. Depreaeion^or ignorano? af _
Pb. Biology and Nature'? Law Yheee Invaluable S
lecture? have been the means of enlightening and
?aving tboueandB.and will be forwarded free on the
receipt of four atampe, by addressing Etweteue
Pnrision CabinitafAmmtewM and Meiieine, ?ef
Rrwadwar. Hew York _ ?_______
T18H WANG. THE GREAT CHINBjA
REMEDY for OONORRH(BA.eLBET,
Ble. Oss Box will riarean a Coas.?
Ingredient? are purely vegetable. It If
pleasant to the taste.has a? bad odor, and
may be carried ia tke vest socket without tear of
detection. Circulara free. Prioeflabos. Sold b?
JOHN J. BBOMBB.euce-e-4?rto8.0.U?ham,48?
Oheetnut at.,PhiUpeVphia. and in Wssileftoa by
8. C, FORD. 1898 Pennsylvania avsnoeTSeat by
moa ta 8-eoiF

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