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THE EVENING STAR
llew to Cheese ? P**
Ttiw 1? al way* some risk in buying* C9^r
of w boee rrevious charac'** and Wl>
know nothing, lor there are no infallible slsns
of excellence A roo^b, scrawny, coarsf, in
sbapeu cow is often 11 nobM milker. \et ther.
are a few pomte generally agreed npon by
experter ced fsrmer*. which it is well io con*
? idVr before purchasing. A *mall bonedkead,
and light norns nre better tban large. Long
lera make too w,dt* a betwix the udder and
milk pail, ?nd lon* legged cow* are seldom
qulei feeder*, but wander about too m'bch. A
timdtr rather than a thick neck, a straight
back, wide ribs and broad brisket, are to be
cowbt for The body ot the cow should b?
largo m proportion to head, neck, ar.d legs,
tbout b rot excessively large; and the hiHd
quarters if laige out of proportion indicate
good milking qualitie*. Medium ehted coTra
all things considered, pro>e the heft milkers
for the amount of feed tney consume. The cotor
of :be hair ha* probably nothing to do with
lb? milking qualities, and good looks should be
regarded but little in purchasing dairy ani
mal*. As to the color ot tne skin, r. bright yel
low , approai hing that of gold coin*, creamy
color within the car*?this and good rich milk
?re apt to be together, and withal a soft flexi
ble bide, loose over tbe ribs and rump, is also
to be sought Test the cow's disposition and
inquire ?bcut it. Iirltable and nervoue cows
are u 11 !? 1 - a - m 111 tohnndie, and tlways scanty
milker* Sorrieth ng can be ascertained .rom
the io< ks hi a met oi s I.~irge mild eye*, easy
qnit? motions vli^n driven, and gentleness
wtun handled, ludicate good nature. What
the but, hers turn "gt-od handing" is an Im
portant quality in a milch row. for It indicates
rot tU'.v g'?d nilking properties, but easy
fattenu jr, w hen *ervire in the dairy Is oyer.?
American Aprirvhvralitt.
Butter HHd t beese in W-nter.
Mr* Almon Benton. Pottawa'.tomi* Co,
Har*-a*, wiitee: 'Havingnoticed an article in
itf Murh number of tbe Agriculturalist on
irakii g ??utter from 'frozen milk,'" I will state
toy nil d", which If tried, will be found to
pri du< e hut or quite as easily in winter as in
temmer, and the quality and quantity will
aito be improved. After the milk is strained
I p.ate i ii the stove a nettle with some wa'er
In i ; then pia< e a pan ot milk on the kettle and
l**t It i?meii. until the mlik is ecilding hot: I
then remove ?f?* pan nnrl set It away for the
crtam to rise Pursue the earn process tilt All
instiildfd 11 itie milk ha- nil been aided, it
m i fr* not u h- 'her a part of the whole has
keen frozen. IY:lx fie erfara thoroughly an.1
pin?e by the stove until it is ottheruht tem
perature ?o churn The butter will a. 1 come
? i the *iiir:e time, whi. h 6eldcm takes more
tntm r> or 11> mm it te-. Much tweeter hatter cm
be n;ade in in tcaltiea milk ttie.ii in the ordin
al > w jy, a- cr? ?m not *ca!ded will sometimes
g-t hitter, if kepi long enough to get a cburaint;
to cold weather
" For the lv refit of tho-e who make ??doable
euro cbsese,'* 1 would eugtettthe plan wtn.b
ha* ppoved a .?u-rrs* with me. When making
the firet runt, scald as if going to press imme.
date v. hii t make 11 q hi-e gait, tben set itawfty
until the s?coi d curd is ready to salt, put the
ol<) ai d n?*w curds to.-etber and thoroughly
mix; vd<i more tali if ii- c'tsnry The reasons
lor 'hlsprrc fs are: by scald.ag (cr cooking)
tb*- curd, the wh-v u nearly all separated frora
if, which, with sait. prevents It sour in?, and
tbe curd being halt<-a it does not settle in a
sclld n>a*s. and the necessity of cutting t?obvi
a-fd. which, with tbe soaking >>toget the soar
out," removes a portion of the batter
from the corrl "?American A'jricul'urili%t.
pK0?08ALd Fl>R LETTER BALANCES.
POSTOfflCE DsrlltTMRKT.
October tl. iKI.
SEALED PR0?0-?AL9 will be roceivel at this
Department uutil the mh'lay of December next,
at 12 o'clock noon. f->r lurt-ishiDif
L^TTLR RALANCK8
for tl .e ce of tb? Pest Offi ps in the United States
'or cue >en, f o;ji and a'ter the 'i'*1 day of Decem
ber i tit, o 1 the f llowint (les?:riptioo Til.
let balances capahle of wei<hifi|{ ettkl nunre*.
a?oir<3up"is wenjbt, t.> ijra'le t .lorfn to qnarter
oanevs of these it is supix?fed ft O "ill be reqwireu
?Jd RhUre-B <*apal<1e of ceirh.na at lea?t two
pound*. a?oir. up- is ^e'uht, to t^ grvled <iown t??
half out ren Of tlies it is sapp?s?*ii 100 will m re
qnire^ of a jear , . .. . ,
Perfect rorre toess wi 1 be reqmre-l in the hai
an -tr to be furi i,*hei, a- well a* strength an i dura
"g^niples of each descriptiot of balance TJU?tac
e, Hipfcn* eaib liid aud tbe bidder who may obtain
the raatrict will be r-qnired to famish balances
order, d ol a quality in all respects equ?l to the
**BJeh Ralao'-e must be well and securely picked
is a bo* for transportation
T>>e Mtlarce* inus' b. d el ive-ed free of all charge
to t*e Rlai * Agency of the Host Offieo MepArtnoent
at Washington I*- C . who will accept the saiae, if
n#rf' ct d e?iu%l to ?amp <*9. .... ,
kach bidder mu-t nnn,h with h.'1|r'?po?!* ev
Ideice of hi- abi'ity to comply ,"'8 bl'?
T?o sufficient sureties will be reauired to aeon
^FaVlore* tn furnish Ba'ances a* co?.traeVd for
?rmr vt!y. ?>r he icrnisbinstof ?h?*e of an infe. lor
? aa ity ?ill be considered a sufficient cause for
tie forfejtui e of the contract. :j?
proj? sals most be end is d on tbeontside o. .he
?nV*rps ' Prop -a's for Letter talaoce-. and
"dre?% to 'he Kir-t \-sistact
ft kl lun I A> 1 to s KMALfcl.^?UK. CliaESE
I'M AN'{? l'l LL." ?Tne c< robina-ion ?? >"?re
dients in the.- Pills is the ieai.lt ?|o?? krn'1
^xl-Dsire rr?<-t.ce They ar?iiii.d in their ooera
'U n and ?.? rlain in cerrectin* nil ' f ti ,c*"
pair'cI meustruati-.n-- f-m"*i^ K^ilhtr^n
whetber front c.ld <t "th;r rause?. bsadache^pa.n
in tbe sid?. psipi'aticn of the heart, whites, au
? affections, hyrterics. tst'^.e, pam in lhe
Vara ai o U...I- A C.. disturbed slee?.
f. nm lute ' rui>tli n i f na'ure. l'r. L.ht#esoman s
p!I, h * as the cominenewnent of h n?w era :n the
tr. ntn-ert ? f these irregulari'tee aud obstructions,
?I1 <h bsve ror.fiifneJ so m*py to a premsture
grave No l?male can er.joy gno<1 health snl??
"be i? r?Kular, sr,d wbeoeyer an obstruction takes
n'aef the jieteral heat'h begins to decline Ur.
fbe"e?e^a- I'ill" are th* most effectual remedy
rver >n'<?r. for all compla'.pt" peculiar to femal 'S.
To al' ? lapses t^ey are m' luahle. lndunnc. witf:
certain'y. leriodi^al r-Ka'.R'i y Tbey are KOowu
to thoo?andt wb?' have u?ed them at dlffereat pe
riods thro'! ont the country, ha'ingthe sanation
of ton>e vf the m >s' eminent physicians in Atneri
ea Kti licit direrttons,sitting when they should
net be used, w.'h each ??<.*; the pnee, one dollar
?rr bo?. containiri* frem ?t to 60 pills. I ills ?ent
m?i! pr?ir,ptiy. by reioi't.ngto the proprietors
Sold l?r-*j{ist? ?en?rslly.
^ IirTCHmOU A IULLTER.Proprietory
nov 2 DlctW9t _ -I Uedar street. New York.
A H U R ja.
MAN UANURS.
TBI IS TO
The undersigned, baring contacted fornhi
Xannra at Olesboro Poir.t, I). 0 . are nowjrj
yared to pat en board vessels fiee of expense te
Captains at low rate*
V*88KL? WANTED.
Address No 3*0 K street, Washington, or to
?I*8BOHO POINT MANL'KK WftARI
anVtf JOHN PETTIBONK & ?0^
"A8U1NGT0N G1TV ?AVlNO? BANK.
I?03*PCRAT?? Miacd t?TH, IS64,
EDWARP flMMP, President and Trea?nrer.
FDW ABU CLARK. Vice President and 8ec'r.
?H V IJOLE. THOS J 04KDNKH.
J J CiHiSlBS. 8. V.N ILLS,
JOHN K BbVAN8. Uirectors.
This Rank is now open for the receipt of
?crosits.ai th?
NEW RANBINO HOUSE, No Hn La. av.
Cnuer Semms' New Building.
lioney Loaned on stocks, trust deeds an>J all
good tecu.ities. EDW. CLARrii..tSec y.
EDWARD CLARK A CO ,
BANKERS,
At the Savings Bank, No 5^ La. a\*?
Dealers in
EXCHANGE, GOLD AND 8ILVBR.
Aiid General Ranking Buttiness.
iDWilD CL1U, (Sep 3 i-l m| Jno.R. Elviss
^"LARIHED CIDER I CLARIfIBD 0IDJB, j
1 ka*e Inst recelyed per scboi.ners 'George 8.
Adamr ' and 'J W fioniBosti.u a large aeppty
?f pure M???u:husettsCLAKIFIBDCIDlCR.?rhiclh
I <ft?- for sale at the leweat market price, in io&n
titte* to ?nit purchasers ? .. .
Hot#*) fiitif rs. All others In w&ntof A
prime ?r?irle of Cider ar? ;u?ited to call and ex
asiina this before purcba*ir< elsewhere.
HI 1 EY A dHINN.
Union Bottling Depot, ft? Greeu st.,
Georgetown, D. 0.
C'9ntJ*\ntai. monthly for November
/ CC/KTKNTi*:?1 he l'r<>Kress ot Liherty in the I
Unitel fta'er hj Ue? A. D. May >. l hoUndivine|
Coott'd]^ * I'oush drains, p*rt :s, by Count
ntttiid Frasinski. tranrlii.^ hy Martha Walker i
Cuok Death ,D y'l?*J1! Edwin U. Johnson. I
Jii;oD,?, chapters A I VW. Creation, by Charles 1
X Townsend Phenomena of fogn, and i
sltods, by Chsrle, K ownsend. The Leyes from j
tl-e Life of a 8'..Idler, P;;rt 2. Lbevrons, Tile Pint
Fanatic, by Panny L Glenne 31 Sketches?if Am >r- j
lean l.ife tnd Scenery. "..? ' -e Aitirondacs, by !
Luc.a I?. P>rh .w^.-v. L'lis Pearl B,.rse.?y, by
Margaret Van<-Hai'tofS. The Sc^entiS.-Universal
L * n u ua*. . it" cbarac'er and r -1 a" Kin to ?th?r lau
fnsg s article 1, rorre^iwi'.oini: nr^t d's^rimina
i. u io 'l ouaht *nd laniftis^e. t>? KlwarJ It. fr?e
Isnd. TLe 1 WO Platforms, t?> Heury Lrerett Hus
?*oe':s FRANCK TAYLOR.
M
VV
MkDTCAL BOOKS ?Drnitt's Surgery; Dal ton's
HI>ui.io?r; Unugis4<n's Medical Dictionary,
l'rki?er's Vby?:ologj: Ellis' Medical Lormulary,
Erirbsen's 8??r*er> ; Liillna-'s Manual of Kxain'
? aiii n*; Neili Sr Smith'* Compendium-, Ttiomas
I ronourcir ?? Medi'-al DictionaryGray's Aua
t(,n y; Hcdi1 Practice, I sols.; Woods'Thera
' Y"'" FRANCE TAYLOR.
7\L1LI?*? UF fCBOlPAL DIAGNOSIS. Uy
O gsmi* H. B. Mac Leod. M. D
Mareantile Dielt oarr. in Kncltah, Spanish and
*^??eh I yol. By J. De Veltelle.
rrsaen, iw. FRANCE TAYLOR.
PERSONAL.
MH8 BHS)0*nKL?, of Kansas, *an he c..n
..uite ' od the Past dreamt and Future events,
at her ro?m on t*e northwest corner of 4th n id L?
sts She hasjtudied under one of the most cele
brated Astrvflorers of the age Sh- gnar?ufe.?s
sat'vfactino -to all th^s* who may give her a c*U
gbecan b - *e? n from b a. m to 9 p.m. Price one
dollar. sej 1 n*
RM L. 8MITH. with bar extraordinary pewers
l"I to descrlbs your living and deal frien ? *, gi r<t
the i am- s of hrtih. tells character, tbe future, ex
amine* ?ft fcin? ? (hseaseg, will fire sittings at v!?>i
4th ?t wt. Ove doors ?bove I street. Hour* from
l'>till8p. m Circle Wednesday ev?nings s2,-* 2na
W3NTISTBY.
|A*NTI8TKY.-Dr. W. F. MARSHALL, Dentist,
tJ No ii3i Pennsylvania a'enm, sec ^
Bond 4oor fr m 13th street, a tends to alij
branches of th- pr^feBah n. oc 13-ltn*
DENTISTRY ?Drs. LOCKWOOD~ft MERRILL,
Dentists, Room No. 2. Wa?hingtvu
Bailing, corner Penna. f?euueand 7th"
Btrr*t. oc 1st lm* "
G
KSAL DISCOVERY IB P1NTI8TKY.
I>n* Ezirucud WIIAOUI P?M? with I ha Af?An? *f
Qzym.
1 would atrlM ali persona haying teetu v> sx
OMt to call ?t Dr. LEWIE'S office,.
?ad have them taken out by this new J
md harmleaa process. Also call and
siwniw the Doctor's oew and Im
proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth It
you once aje the great improvement in his teeth
you win hare them in ne other atyle than this n*?w
tnd valuable ?ne. No. S149. Pa. nvenne. between
ISth and ljth atreeta.
BQTT3 8. K. LIWII. M. P , Dentlal.
M TEETH.
. LOOMI8, M. D .the Inventor And Patentee
of the MIN1RAL PLA'M T1ITH. at
tends personally at his office in this/
city -Many persona can wear these'.
teeth who cannot wear others, and no
person can wear others who cannot wear these.
Persons calling at my office can be aocom moated
with any atyle and price of Teeth they may iesire,
bntto those who are particular and wish the purest
cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture that
art can prodnoe, the UIN1RAL PLATS will be
more fully warranted.
Booms in this city? No 339 Pennsylvania avenw
between Bth and 10th atreeta. Also, 901 Arcb st?
Philadelphia. raar?-lT
CLOTHING.
MOsT POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE IS
1 SMI rri. BROS At CO ,
40 West Daltimore street. Baltimore.
SMITH. BROS. & CO., Clothiers and Merchmt
Tailors, 40 We t Baltinu re street.
The Bon Ton Merchant Tailors
No 40 Wes' Bnlti jiore st., Baltimore. Ml.
N B. Goods of all descriptions at reasonable
prices.
W*Frir.p*oai?r s save 20 per cent, by getting
th-ur Clothing m.de atgM1Tn ^ & ^
40 West Baltimore street
The best and cheapest Clothing lloisein the
country is SMITH. BKOS A CO.,
4l> West Bal lim.ire street.
MARBLE HALL CLOTHING BOUSE,
40 West Baltimore st . Baltimore, Md.
Person? in Wmnhin^ton can save 2> ptr cent. by
bnying their Clothing of
BMirn, bros. a co ,
40 Went Baltimore street.
Our Washington customers van And the best
stock of Clothins ia the country?eve. y article
spi.ng-o ?at SMITH. BROS A CO ,
40 West Baltimore street.
Tlie les.dlng Cle-th-ng House of Baltimore offers
tLe bcebt st< -k of tj'othint io the cnun'ry
bMlTU. BBO.-' A CO . Marbl* Hall.
40 West Baltimore iitreet.
Do not fall to ccrne to SMITH, BROS CO. toget
ycur Clothing. 40 West Dal.imore fctre??t.
The place where e7eryh?*lv getn nutted.
BMi FU. BROS. <k CO ,
40 West Baltimore street.
The only house in- B&ltiroore or Washington that
sponge ail their Gooas.
SMITH, BR^8. & CO ,
40 West Baltimore street.
All Discbtr^ed 8ol<iiers in Washington are
?ff?-ed a dieecunt of in per cent, by buying of as.
SMITH. BROS * CO ,
40 West Baltimore street.
I>i?charg?d Soldiers can savo twenty dollars ec
a E-RJt by bu/iag of _
SMITH. BROS. * 00 .
40 West utx'.'.iu ore st., Baltimore, Md.
It -?ill pay ill to coxnc to Paltimore to buy yoa?
CLOTHINO. SMITH BROS 9c. CO ,
Merchant Tailors and Clothiers.
Be sure and cotne to SMITH, BROS A CO.,
Marble Hall Clothing H9ni?e, 40 West Baltimore
street, to get your Kali ard ? inter Clothing
SMITH BPOS. A CO .
llerch-nl 7'ailors and Clotbi?rs,
40 We?t Baltimore street.
Pe>? top PANTS, Prencb and Bxglish W ALK ING
C0AT8, reltoe's lane* and plein SACKS, aloo.tbe
new fltvle SAijilATkL, tje prettiest coat out.
All ij ted less varieties a' ?M ITH, BROS. A OO '8
Popular Marble Hall Clothing Qoqm, 40 West
Baltimore street eep 24 3in
IV EW RETAIL CLOTH HOUSE,
ii fto 129 Baltimore Street,
BETWEKy CALVEHT AXD toUTH STS,
F. IIENEEI.MAN. in afldition to the MKU
CHANT TAILORINO BCflNESS, has this day
op< nt*d for Uetcil a large asn^rtmeni <>f
PUKKlbN AND DOMESTIC WOOLEN8,
Such as BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS,
BKaV'EII ANDCHLNCHII LA OVERCOATINGS,
PLAIN AND FANCY CASSlldERES AND COAT
INGS,
For Mr; and Boy'3 Weir.
Aiso. a select asfiorlfient of foods for LADIE8
CI.O A K liSGd. to which he wou Id invite the atten
tion of those making purchaser,.
Having unusual ftci'ities an4 * long experienci,
he f.-els confident of being able to meet the want*
of the present times.
Terms wli.i be Cash atd one Price onl
sep
171R?U?N'S INSCKANCE COIii'ANY
f; o.?
WA8H1N0TON AND GEORGETOWN.
CAPITAL? ?4200.000.
* ? ?
Ojf'ce Corn Stntt and Louisiana Avenue, Over
Bank nf Wmfiingt n.
INSURE DOUSES ANO OTHER PROPERTY
A?iAlN8T L088 BY FIKd.
? _, l>IH8CTO?8:
George Shr>eiraker, JohnD. Barclay.
Samuel Croi-ley, Andrew Rothweli,
Tbemas Hartcer, Ricb*rd B/.rrr,
15. B. French, Dr. C. W. Davis,
i-'amuel R^dl^m, Jlfihert Wh te,
Wiiliam Wilsont Y. Edward Clark.
f o charge for policies.
JAMES ADAMS. President.
A1IEL G. DAVIS, Sec'y. ?ep 22 eodm
RPHAN8' COCKT OF THE DISTRICT OF
COLLM HI A?in th< maiitr nj Alary J. Kilmon,
(ivarJian. ? Tee rai'l Kuardian having reported
that ?<he sold sli the iuTe'et<t and title of ihe
ii.iuoi heirs 1.1 Jol.bT. Kiluioo and h-r dower in
t<?r?stin actl to all tlmt part of Lot No. C.:n
Square No. .V>9. with f.ll aad H.ngaiar the imj.ri,ve
irente described Mid particularly net forth ;u the
said proceedings to Michael Connor. Geortfi L.
f"h? riff and John R >llo'an for the auin of
3.4- HO:
It isthia 16th day ef October, A. D 1S?>1, orlfr-d
by ' l-ecourt. that the said hale be. and ttie sain- is
hereby, ratified and cont.rrjed, unle s cau-e to the
contrary be shown on or tefore t he mh Noy-mber,
A I). lti^, provided a copy of this cr ier be pitb
lieied in the Evening Star cnce a week for thr??
we?-Ut( before sai l day
It is hereby further ordered and decreed, that the
? aid Mary J .' KiiUnon, widow of said John T. Kill
won, be allowed on" seventh of the proceeds of
said rale in ><<tt)sfa('tior. of her dower interest in
above described property.
Wkl. F. PUECELL,
? , Side Jidga of the 0 pliaK#'Court.
A True Copy;
Z. C. BOBBIN'S,
oc 17-law3w* Register of Wills.
r^HIS 18 TO GIVK NOTICE. Tbat the suhscri
M b*r obtained from thv Orphans' Court of
W ashington Cennty , in the District of Columbia,
letters ol adnar lstiation.W. A , on the personal es
tmeof Win.II.Fletcher,lateol Washington Coutity,
D C , deceased. All personp having claims againat
the said deceased, are hereby wurned to eihibit tha
aame, with the yonchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the 23d day of Octob"r next; t.hev may
otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of
the said estate.
Given under my bat.d this 2.Uh day of Oft.. 1364.
c. 26- law3w WABY ? LETCHER.
r|'HIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscrl
JL ber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington county, in the District of Columbia,
itUers of sdminitftrati'.ii on the perfoual estate of
Cbarle? M yeis, iaU? of Georget-jwu, D 0.,
de'-eased. All persrns having claims againkt the
eaia deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
aame. with the voncbers thereof, to the subacriber,
on or before the (jthday of Oc'o. er next; they may
Htherwme by law be excluded from ail benefit of
the said estate.
Giyen under my band this' Hth day of Oc'obfr
18ti4 JAN* C. MYEK3.
oc 19-lan3w* Eiecutrix
'1 11 IMS TO G1VB NOTICE. That the subscri
I ber has oblaiaed from the Orp'ians'Court of
Washington county, in tbe District ofOolumbia.
letters testamentary on the personal estate of
Anna McGuire, late of Washington, D. C , de
ceased. All per*ons having c'aims agaiu>t the
(aid deceased, are hereby warned to >-xbi-it the
same, with the Touchers tnereof, to the subscri
ber, oii or before the 2^d uny of October next:
theyniay otherwise by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate
? under my hand this 221 day of October,
A.D. i??.
oetft-law.rr* JOHN 8N0W.
CrSaffi132W.
au?'Ss
RTatTpit.n,.ni??!l,?ial Beports. Narratives and
blChlA^^P^nnal iai kebel, which were
d us bad in tha *?>?.].? .V ?v? o^v.i
Uon'^H oV tia ^bH
llOD ??ooffl, l ?ol. 8fo.,fitkjor?ri!tii.
J? VK4M0K TATLOR
? Creaaridga,
PROPOSALS.
P
KOPOhALS FOR LOAN
TbiasVut Ebpactmht ,J uly 15,1*4
Notice ^hereby given that "ascription* will
be received by the Treasurer of th# United States,
the several twntut Treasurers mud Designated
Depositories and by the Nation*! Banks designated
n4 enalifled an Depositaries and Financial Agents
or Treasury Hotel payable three year* from
August 16, 1*4. bearing interest at the rata ?f
s**en and threw tenths per cent, per annnm, with
semi annual coupon* attached, payable in lawful
money.
Tbese not?? wffl be convertible at the option of
the bolder at maturity, into six per cent. g?ld
bearing bends. redeemable after five and payable
twenty year* From \ngu<st.l.v ISS7.
The Notes will be issued in the denomination s o
fifty. <>ee bnndred. hundred, one thousand an
Ave thousand dollars, and will he issued in blank,
or pavable to order, as may be directed by the cub
Be ri be re.
All subscription must be for fifty dollars, or
some multiple of flty dollars.
Duplicate certificates will bo issued for all depoB
itee. The party depositing must endorse upon the
origfnnl certificate the denomination of notes re
quired . and whether they are to be issued in blank
or payable to order When so endorsed it must be
left with the officer receiving the deposit, to hs
forwarded to this Department.
The notes will be transmitted to the owners free
?f transportation charges as swon after the receipd
of the original Certificates of Deposit as they can
be prepared.
Interest will be allowed to August IB on all
deposits ms.de prior to that date, and will be paid
by the Department upon receipt of the original
certificates.
As the notes draw interest frem August 15, per
sons making deposits subsequent to that date
mast pay the interest accrued from date of note to
date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five thousand dollars
and upwards for these notes at any one time will
be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per
'tent., which will be paid by this Department apon
the receipt of a bill for the amonct, certified to by
the efflcer with whom the deposit was made. No
deductions for commissions must be made from
he deposits.
Officers receiving denorits will see that the
proper endorsements aie made upon the original
certificates.
All officers authorired to receive deposits are
requested to give to applicants all desirel inform*
tion, and afford every facility for making sub
scriptions. W. P. FB3SBNDBN,
|y S6 tf Secretary of the Treasury
P
ROrOSALS Foa SUPPLIES.
Or AHTBRM A ftTBR'S OfFICK. U . 8. M . C
Washington, October 27. 18>?. \
Peeled Proposals, far ea h class separately. will
be received at this office uatil 2 o'clock p. m.
the 2J day of L'pcember next for furnishing to the
U S Msri'e Corps, curing the year ldiS, the fol
lowing supplies, to cedeliverel at the officeol the
Assistant Quartermaster of the Corps Philadel
phia Penney.vania tree of expense 10 the Cmceu
c-ta'es, in su;h quantities as may from time to time
be required. ...
Class No. 1.
14 CO' yards r f Sky Blue kersey. *11 wool free from
I.air, M inches wide, to weigh 22 ouneas to the
yard, (ii digo wool-dyed)
6 0f<> >ards Par\ Blue Kersey, all wiol, free fro u
' hair. 51 inches wide, to weigh 22 ounces to the
yard. 4indigo wool dyed)
J,{M 3 > arils liar* Blu>* Twilled Cloth, all wool, for
uniform coats, indiso wool-dyed.) 51 inches
-wide, to weigh 22 ounces per yard
150 yar-'s of Srarlet Cloth, all wool, fcochin?a!
d> . d,) ii inches wide, to weigh 10 ounces per
JarJ Class No '2.
f,0 0 vsrds of 6-4 Dsrk Blue i'lannel for oversacka,
all wool, (lndig? wool dyed.) 5? inches wide, to
?weigh 13 ounces per >ard
19,0U) yards or 3 4 Dark Blue Flannel, for shirts, all
wool, indigo wool dy?*d.) i7 inches wide, to
weigh f,1* ou cps per yard
I,2f(1 Cray Blanket*, a 1 wool, to weigh four rwunds
each, tn be 7 feet lung arid 5 feet wide, an 1 free
fr m grease
7,5 o pairs if Woolen Pocks, three size*. priperly
made of goon fleece wool. wi?h double and twist
ed yarn, to weigh three pounds per dozen p*ir<*,
free from greise
Ct.Ase No. 3.
T.yo ) ards White Linen for pints. 81 inches wide,
to weigh 13 cz. per yard
II,' 00 yt-.rd* White Linen for shirts, 8) inches witie,
to weigh 11 os. per >anl
17/<o yaids Cant, n Flannel for drawirK,27 incbe*
wide, to weigh 7 oz. per yard
4.C0O yards Cotton 1 icking, for b:d sacks.
Class No 4.
| cm I'tiform Caps, complete /except pompon*)
1 .2U" P< mprns, red worsted, ball Bh ape, Cincbesin
f ireu infeicnce
4 fOO Fatigue C?ps. (with covers,) to be made cf
blue cloth, indigo wool dyed
l,4'-?-8 ocks.
Class No. ??.
(v 0 grose Coat Bnttons, < Ka? le)
2.t<i *r"ss Jacket Bu toD*. ( Ksgle)
Jijftgro?s Vest Huttons.f Iagle>
j, 0u pairs Yellow MeUl CrB'centa and Scale
Strapi
ICO nil Epaulet Bcllion for sergeants ass corpo
ral*
I.to setj Epaulet Bullion for privates
3J Red Worst?d Sashes
6,00 yards Yellow Rinding
4.0 0 y ards of Red Cord
I'M) .-words for sergeants
5<i 8?ords f'>r nm-iciaBS
40 brunis ( 1<m.or,) completi"
40 brum Blir es
lio Batter Drum Heads
lMi Snsre Drum Heads
V'i l. rum Co ds
51 ??ts ? f Prom Pnarefl
3 Eaxwood * B" Fifes
3 i pairs Prutn Sticks.
Ci.ass No. 6.
JC,0 0 Army Bootsf infantry pattern.)
Class No. 7.
l,2i)0 Cartridge Boxes without maganne
l.h'fl Bayonetflc*bbards witta/rojsattached
l|iO(i Percussion Cap Pouches
1.2 0 Car'i idge Box Belts
1 2 0 V aist Bel's
I ;i)i"W?id plates
150 Sword Frees.
Class No. ?*.
IJIO-O Tin Magazines for cartridge bo*?s, as p?r
sample.
Class No. 9.
1.4< 0 Kraprack*
Paverpacks
fi 0 Caiite? ns
b o Musket SliofS
Class No. 11. .
For making and trimmiDg the following arti
cles. viz :
V. atcb C ats ,
Uniform C ats for 6*rgeants, corporaiS. musicians
V d privates , , ._
Fatigue Coats or do do o-o
Woolen Pants for do do ?o do
Linen Psnts for do do *1?
Kliuiuel Stivrts
l.juen bbirttf
II awers
Flannel Sacks
F- d ai d blae Jackets ior boys
li, d Packs. , _ .
'I be above mentioned articles mist coctorm, ta
ah rer-ct.- to the sealed stsndard patterns in tne
office of ti e Qua termanter M trine Corps, Marine
llarrai'ks Waaiingtou 1). C.; As?i?tant tiuarter
ra"erV Ofti.e Marine Corp-, 1.220 Saru-e s'reej,
l?t il?d?lp).ia; and at the Marine SUtlons, Brook^
Ij|, >iew York.m d Boston, Massachusetts, where
11And w'hhenei*rth^artictes named above, or any
yorii. not them, shall be considered as not fully
Conforming to ? ampl-a, toey will be rejected, and
t PC? D'r?f?..r wilibe bound to furnish other-of
t erequii.d kind at . nee, ..r the O-iartenuaster
will supply the ieCciency at the expanse of the
''payment will te m?de nwjn.the accept*I de
liverv i.? lite who'e quantity wbich may from time
>o time he i dered, wii hholding tt n percent, fr .m
the . avmentofacc.H'tiendered ? nder hrst order
u.' tiWeco- d order is tilled. and ten per cent from
hi c urt rendered under second order until third
o'der is filled, ano so on. until contract is coui
P'f!ich'pTopos?l must !?? accompanipd by the fol
lowing -uarautee;
FORM OF GUARANTY
Th<? under??irn d, . of ~!D^8tat?* of
and , in the 8tate of ??
ht*r? by that in case the foregoing bid of
f, r dupplieM. as Kbove de?cn?>e(l, dh ac
c**nt' ^. he or tn?*y will, within teo after the
rerript of the coi- tract n! the post office named.
ex?*c u'e the o??n'r?ct for the same, with ^ooa and
sufficient sureties, and in case the said shall
fail to en'er into contract as aforesaid, we guaran
tee t<> make good the difference between the offer
of the &aid and that which may be acc-pted.
A B.. Guarantor.
C. D.,QuaraoMr,
K. F.. Witness. . I'M*.
1 hereby certify lhat the above namwd, , are
km w n to me as men of property, and able to make
goi d their guarantee. G. ??
To het-igued by the United 8'atea d i strict Judge,
United States di>tri.:t attorney, or colleitor.
No i>rop?e,1 will be considered ULless a.compa
ni* d by ti e above guara< tee.
Nm>p? pers aol horixed to publish the a^ov*, will
s? i d the paper c ntaioing the first insertion to the
tiffice for examination.
?I be hicdrr's plac? ? f business, or manufacturing
e-tai'lirbiLent, must be specifically staled in tne
proposa'.
proposals to he tndorsed on the envelope^ Pro
n<?als tor Hupplie* for Ma ineCorps," tor ^'15, aud
addressed to Major WM. B. SLACK,
Quarterma-'ter. M. 0 ,
rc 28 lawlw Washington.
OYSTERS, OY3TRHS,OYSTERS.
1 he subscriber takes this method.
of informing Families. Sutler* and i he,
public generally, that having been
I igUiy favored by their gen-rous pa
tronaae. he has recently, a^ consider
able expense much exlei ded and enlarged his es
tablishment. thereby giving bim increased facili
ties io meet the requirement* of his friends.
Pledging himsel tosupnly as heretofore, only tne
Very best stock clean y h <n'led and at moterate
prices. h? confidently solicits a continuation of
tbe pationage of a di-rriniiLatinsf public.
0YSTBR8 STKAMEIi. and by t e Villon,cin
furnish d at abort notice, and the la*W delivered
prwmptl, M "??!? "I VVw'iko wl?r.R
Corner 12th st. west and Est north, oni square
north of the Kirkwood Bouse. ocl9-eo7t*
UNIT*D ft ATM SBRVICBMAO AZINB FOR
OCTUFIR.?ConUnta : Philanthropy and the
War; Significant* of Military TitUs; <?-uat Bat
tles in HUtory, Llfenf Jo mini; The Nightingale
and ibe Cricket; Inigma; Life of M%j G-n.Ja*.
H McPberaoe: Kin* Can oo ; ltditor'e Special
DeM^trae?t; OOc,AUQtelli|eR.cp.oK TAyL0E
PROPOSALS.
n ROfOBALd FOR RATI05S.
Oumrttrtnasfr'* Qfrit, V. S. .Mar??< Corps,!
Wathinttoti, 2l?t October. IH>4. t
Sealed Proposal* will be received at this offi;e
until 2 o'clock v. m.. of the 2?ith d*v of N.i?#mb*r
i>*?t.for furnishing rations to the United States
Marines ?t the following stations, daring the year
riz:
Portsmouth, New Uamp hire.
Oharlestown Ma/saebust'UB.
BriKikl)D,N(w ^rk.
I'hiladelpbia. Pennsylvania.
Wa?hin?ton Ci'y. District of Columbia.
fcicS raVion to con^Vr th^ r.>nrthR ?f ? ^an-l
flour, or twelve ounces of har 1 bread, or oue andla
fourth pound of corn meal; and at the rate one
hundred rations of eitfht quarts of beans,, or, in
lieu thereof, ten pounds of rice; or, n lieu thereo
twice per week.Jne hundred and fifty ounces of
deMieated potatoes, and one hundred oauc?S of
mixed vegetables; ten pounds of coffee, er, in lieu
thereof.ene and a half pound of tea: fifteen pounds
of sugar; four quarts of vinesar; one pound of
sperm candles, or one ar.d one fourth pound.of ad
it niautine candles, or one and a half
low four pounds of soap, and two <J'?arts,0;*fi
The rations to he delivered upon
Commanding Officerof each station;tbefreshbeef,
ei ther in bull, or by the single ration, of good
quality, with an equal p roj?o r to " n o f ,? 1 ?T
hind quarters necks and >?'dney-tallow exc.u
ded; the pork. Vo l prime mess pork, the ??r.
eitra superfine: the coffee. $ood Rio, the "ugar,
; good New Oi leans or its equi vfl^Dt;*n5'h?,
tuettar, cHuules. soap, salt, &e? to be ot g
quality.
AH snbject to inspection.. .
All bids must be accompanied by the follow ng
guarantee. f(jrm Qp goaRANTy
1 unde^ued^?, ofo?,gin ^ of
\hJ^U
he or they-will, within ten days afterthe rece^
t of the contract at the post office named, execute
| the contract for the same with good *nd sufBment
1 securities; and in cas* the said shall rail to
enter into contract as aforesaid, we *n,^f*
make good the difference between the ifTeroftbe
said *nd that which may be ^eepted
Witness A. B., Guarantor.
E K C. D., Guarantor.
????? 186?
I ? ereb'y certify that the above-named ???
are known tc. me as men of property, and able to
make co ?d their guarantee. niatrict
To be sitrned l-y 'be United States District
J-idae, United States District Attorney, or Cotiee
U No proposal will be cousidered unless accom
-Sl'lilX StS tnXlM
?end the toiper containing the irst insertion to
this office for examination.
Proposnlsto be endorsed " PrftP0**l* for Rations
for 1#?5." and addressed totbe ACK.
oc22-lftw4w Malor and Quartermaster.
Proposals tea vobaqi,
nHiir (iUAmTia*ABT?a'B Orno?, i
W^sminqtoi Dbpot, Dec. 8. 1863. 1
Sealed ProponaiB are Invited by the uaderslgneu
lor supplying the D 8. Quartermaster s Do
jartmeut, at Washington. D. 0.. Baltimore, Ma.,
\lexKiidna. and Forf Monroe, Va., or either of
.bea* places, with Hay, Corn, Oats and "traw
Bids will be received tor the delivery of J.QKI
oashels of corn or oats and 50 tons of hay or straw,
and apwards.
Bidders must state at which of the above-named
yoints they propose to make deliveries, and the
rates a', which they will make deliveries thereat,
tbe quantity *9f e&cb article proposed to be deliY*
?red, the time when said deliveries shall be com
menced. an<1 wh?o to he completed.
The price must be written out in words on the
b Corn to be up In gooa stout sacks, of about
rwo bushels each Oats in like sacksofabout three
oushels each The sacks to be fnrnisbed without
?xtra charge to the Govenment The hay and
itraw to be securely baled.
The particular kind or description >T oats, corn,
bay or straw proponed to he delivered most he
?tated in the proposals
All the article* offered under the bids herein la
rlted will be subject to a rigid inspec ion by the
Government Inspector beforeibeinjj acoepted.
Contracts will be awarded from Ume to time to
the lowest responsible bidder, as the internal of
the Government may require and payment will M
made when the whole amont contracted for shall
have beep 'alivered and accepted.
The biauer wili fc required to accompany hla
proposals witn a guaranty signed by two res*>n^
sible persons that in case his bid is aocepted he or
they wilt, within ten days thereafter. execuW the
contract for the same, with good and sufDcient
sureties in a snm equal to the amount of the oon
tract, to deliver the forage proposed in conformity
with the terms of this advertisment: and in caM
th?* said bidder should fail to enter int? the eon
t atX they to make good the difference between
*e offer of eai<! bidderand the next lowest respnit
?iblebidd* , or the person to whom the con trad
^T^ie*1 r?rpon?ibility o* the guarantors mast be
shown by ?b? offlcial certificate of eU. S. District
Attora'y, Coi lecto rofCttStomsoranvotherolHcet
ander the United 8tate? Government or respongl
??1h Derson known to thisofllce.
Al^bidders will be uuly notified of the aeocpt
incft or reject!od of ^lieir proponals ..
The fell name P. 0., addre#tn of each biddei
most be legibl v written In the n H
Proposals must he addressed to Brig. Gen. D H.
Slacker .Ob ;ef Depot Qn arter master JVashingt^n,
D. C., and ehonld he plainly marked ' Proposals
"^'"de.la a sum equal to the amount oftaoeon
'ract signed by the contractor and both M Mr
guarantors, will be required of the succesa'gl bid
Ter or hWders upon signing the contract.
Blar < forins of bids, guarantees, and bond*, may
beobtain?4 npon applieation at thisUBc*.
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town. County and State) ??
(Date)
I, the subscriber, do n?reby propose to furnUh
ana deliver to *he United States, at the Quarter
master's T apartment at , agreeably to the
terms of y?#ur advertisement Inviting proposal*
for forage, dated Washington Dcpet. Dec. S, ISO
the following articles. vi?: ,
? bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per biuhel sf
56 pound*
? ousnels oi Oats, in sacks, at per bushel of
S3 pounds . _
tons of Baled Hay, at P". on of 1,000
? tous "of" Baled Straw, at per ton of JJWf
Delnrerv to commence on or before the -? day of
tuftl ?ud to be completed un or before the
? da, of I , lift-. and pledge myMlf to enter
Into a written eontract with the United States,
witb good and approved securitiHS, within the
space of ten 4ay? after being notified that my bid
has been accented. Your obedient servant.
Brigadier General D. H. Rcokib.
General Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D. 0,
GUARANTY.
We, the undersigned, residents of , In the
Oouuty of .and Stat* of , hereby. Jointly
aud seforally, covenant with the United states,
and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of
he accepted, that he or they will, within ten days
after the acceptance of said bid, execute the eon
tract for the san>< with good and sufficient sure
ties, in a ?nni equal to the amount of the contraot
to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to
the terms of advertisementdated Decembers, 1863.
au<i?r which the bid was made, and, in case tae
?aid shall fail to enter into a contract a*
aforeanid, we guarantee to make good the differ
eoce between the offer by said and the next
lowest responsible bidder, or the V4WB to VBOD
the con'ract may be awarded.
Given ander our hands and seals thi? ? ?f
? ie6~" [Seal.]
I hereby certify ?ha*, to the beat of my knowl
edge ana belief, the above-named guarantors are
a?od and sufficient as sureties for the amount for
which they offer to be ~
To be cert' Hed by the United States District At
tome* Collector of Customs, or any other oflcer
under the Tn'ted States Govern men t. or respon
??hie ?^.on known to thi. offlceH B0OKM<
dec #-tf Brigadier General and Q. M.
CUlJtf QUART1RMA8T1B1 OFFICB, I
Diroavep Wabhibotob.J
(F?jAt?<ion. D. C.. January 4,1864. \
All dealers m Drugs, Hardware, Lumbo* Leather,
Office Furniture. Harness and Saddlery, are re
quested to send to thlsofflce, on MONDAY of each
week. a sealed proposal or list, m dupluatt, of th?
articles they are prepared to furnish te this Depot at
short notice. wiu> tne price of each marked in plain
figures, so tha4. in case the exigencies of the servlcv
retoire H. the article or articles can be obtained
without delay, and at the lowest price.
Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will be re
quired to torn It h the lift punctually every Monday
morning D. H. RUCKBR,
Brigadier General end Chief Quartermaster.
la&-4f Depot of Washington
JAY COOKE CO., BANKERS,
Fiftbksth Street, oppositi U. 8. TRgisngr,
Receive Subscriptions for the
NEW U. S. 73-10 LOAN
autherited by the act ef June Suth, 1864.
The notes will be issued under date of August
lfitb, in denominations of
s?0, 9IOO. #500. #1,000 and #5,000,
payable to htarer or order, bearing interest at
7 3 10 per centum per annum, payable semi-an
anally, and will be convertible at the option of
the bolder at maturity into six per cent. Fire
Twenty Honda.
We bay and sell?
GoVKKNMENT BONDS of all issues.
TRKASUKV NOfBB,
CRKTIFIGATIS OF INDEBTEDNESS,
And COIN.
And pay the highest price for
QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS.
Jy fl-tf JAY COOKE 3c CO.
DINNERS and DINERS, by K. L.Blanchard.
London
Manual ? f frenct Cookery, London
Cue Hun< red and Twenty four Receipts for Cook>
ing a Itabbit, London
Hints for tha Table. I.ondnn
Cotkery, Carving, and Etiquette ef the Table,
Loiid n
BimisouV Hand Book of Dining, London
Culsinier Practirien, Paris
l eCuisiti<er Imperial, Par
1'he Freiich C?<>k
Miss Le lie's French Cooker
foyer's Modern nonsewife
C? okerv for the Mi'l'on. London
Kitchen* r's Cook's Oracle
fandereoa's Complete Cook
IIsekill's IIous-,keeper's Encyclopedia
Frane?trlliV Mrdern Cook
JWehwld Cyclopaedia* ^ndon,^ xAYL0B1
LANP SALES.
BY Till PKE&1DKNT 0 TUB UNITED
STATES.
FORT IIF 8 A Lit OF V ALU A RLE LANDS IN THE
LATK KINNKKA(K) INDIAN HKSBHVATIJN
IN MIANKSoT.V
Id pnrsuau?e of law. I. ABRAU AM LI VCOLN,
Pr?*?i<1.-ui of the Utiit-a State* if America. do
hereb\ declare and naa*e known that puhltc^les
win be held in the ui,der mentioned Lind OHlos,
in the Stats of Minnesota. at the periods herein
ifu<rdei<iKriitfd. te wit!
At the Land Offcce at St Peter, eommenc.ng on
MONDAY, the fifth day of December next. for the
disposal of the puhlic lands comprisedinto ellate
reserve for the W i n n? h eg o Ind"ans. a bov. n
tioned, and situated tn the following part a
townships. which will he sold at the apprai fd
value of tie lands and the improvemen tsthereon,
vis:
North uf the baft lint and west of the tyik print iral
mmJian.
In tr wnslilp l'?. range-.u 13,SM.9? acres
In township 117, range ?4 . ? " J? J;
1 n township IP6. range 25 ~
Id township 107, range 25 ??'2}
In townshie If?, range 26?~~ ? ??-*? *U -".l ji-j,.
A schedule particularly describing the individ
ual tracts, with th? appraised value p^r
be open for inspection at the District Land Omoes
in Minnesota . . ... .
The offering of the above lands will be com
menced en the day appointed. and will proceed, la
the order designated in the above-mentioned
schedule, and consecutivelv by townships, as here
in advertised, until the whole shall have been
offered, and th* anle thufl closed ; bat the an e
shall not he kept open longer than two weeks, ana
no private entry of any of the lands will he ad
mitted until after the expiration of the two weeks.
Given under my hand, at the city <>f Washing
ton this 23d dav of Augat-t. Anno Domini Qtw
thousand eight h^d'^^^^NCOLJI.
By the President:
JOS. 8. WILSON, ? , T , nm.m
Acting Commissioner of the General Land Oflles.
NOTICE TO ACTUAL BON A FIDX SXTTLERS
PRE EMPTORS.
In the third section of the act of Congress. ap
proved 21st of February, IS63. Statutes. volume W.
page <>68, opening to sale the Winnebago Reserva
ti?7n. it ie stipulated that before auy person shall
be entitled to enter aDy portion of the faia lands,
by pre emp'ion or oih**rwi<?, previous to thjMr
exposure to sale to the highest biHer at public
outcry, he snail become an actual ""n*
settler thereon. ?Dd shall conform to all the
regulations now provided by law in case! if pre
emption. aLd shall pay. within the term of one
year from tte <is'e t.f the settlement, the full
appraised value of the lands and the improvements
thNTw?n{n order that all such bona-fide. actual
settlemectH may be secured to the several pre
emptors.
NOTICE IS TlEREItY GIVEN,
that they must come forward and file their afflni
vits, designating the particular tracts on which
they may be actnallv settled, giviug the date of
such actual settlement, an-l. before the expiration
of one year from such da'e, the several pre-emption
claims must be established before the Register a'iu
Receiver, according to the p-l'iirementa of the
pre-emption laws, and fn'l payment made thereon,
according to the full affixed, appraised value of
the lands and improvements thereon.
1st. In all such esses where the year may not
e!ipse before the commencement of the public
sa'e. snch bona fide a' tusl settlements ma? and
tre hereby ordered to he excluded from the publia
""id. In all pre-emption eases in which the year
Play expire before tne commencement of the pub
lia sale tne pai ties must estahtish and par up 'or
their claims. otherwise all tracts in this cla?^ will
he offered to the highest bilder, under th<* forego
ing proc!amation. yet with the stipulation that at
such public ?ale the price must not be for a lest
sum than for the appraised value
JOS 8 WILgON,
au 30 UwJSw Acting Commissioner.
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OFFICX *U PA. AVENUE,
Washington, D. 9
GRIAT EASTERN, NORTHBRN.AND WE8T
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
MERCHANDISE, MONEY, JEWELRY VALU
ARLBS, NOTBii, STOCKS, BOND8, &o..
Forwarded with ?AFfeTY AND DISPATCH to ail
accessible sections of the c??uutri. This Company
has agencies in the Principal Railway Towns in the
NOBTH. BAST, WBST, AND N0BTHWI8T.
Its principal offices are
WASHINGTON D C.. NEW YORK, BOSTOK
Pill LA DELPHI A. BALT1M0RK CIN
C1NNATI ST. LOUIS, LOU*8
Y ILLB. LBXINOTON.
Connect!oas are mad* at New York and Bottom
with lines forwarding to the CAN A DAS and the
BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship tin*
to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRB
and tbencebv European expresses to all prominent
commercial town* in Great Rritain and ths Contl
nent.
Collection of NOTES, DRAFTS, and BILLS mad*
at all accessible parts of the United States.
0. C DUNN. l*ent,
31 Waahtpw^f'A. P Q.
o uc PAWNBROBBK~ANb~" oTo^"
ZOO LOAN JLJFFICE. ^0.3
LICENSED BY AUTHORITY.
a??5 MATTHEW K WALSH, 39-5
2M C 8TB*tT, between l"tb and llth,
Secnnd door from Harvey's Oyster Saloon.
In comnliar.ee with the wish of many fiiends, I
am now prepared to make liberal Cash ad
vaoces on Gold and Silver Watches. Dia
r onds. Jewelry, Silverware, Hardware,!^
Clothing, and Merchandise of every description iu
goort order.
?^"Havinr had twelve years experience in bnsl
OffcS in the City, and favorably kuown t<* many of
its eitizens, I am confident that to all who may in
trust me with business. (which * ill he strictly
confidential)! will give satisfaction Office open
every day (Sunday exceptedi from Seven o'clock,
A M until Nine o'clock P. Ji. Sep l3-3m
JMPOBTANT TO BUT LIBB
SUTLERS WILL FIND
H. A. DOWNING * CO.'S
OOJTOMWTBATBO O L A M
TO BB A MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE TO
THEIB TRADX.
It sells very rapidly, and Is the most eoonomieal
article ?f din for the officer's mess. It Is prepared
la one icinate.and makes a most delicious Soup or
Chcwder. It is highly recommended by Arn
Surgeons, The profits are large.
H. A. DOWNING ft 00.,
Manufacturers of Conoentrated Food
No. Ill last igth St., New York.
For sate by BARBGUB A 4EMMBS, Hole Agents,
(f Louisiana Avenue,
se 1-ly Washington. D O
Boots and shoes
T? SUIT THE Tl MRS
We ale now manufacturing all tindaof BOOTS
and SHOES andconr.tani> receiving a sup
ply ot Eastern made work of every a?serip
tioD ma4e exprensU to order, and will h?|
sold at a much lower i>ri<-e than has been
heretofore charged in this city fer much inferior
articles.
Persons in want of BOOTS and 8IIORS of Eastern
or Oi'y made work, will always find a good assort
ment in store and at the lowest prices. Give us a
call GBlfrIN A RROTUBR,
ap 5-tf 314 Penn. avenue.
C. W BOTELER. JNO. W. BO TILER
V. Vf BOTELER fc SON,
!MPoar?B9,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
is
CHINA,GLASS AND CROCKERY W ARB,
TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATED WARX,
BRITANNIA WARB. BLOCK TIN GOODS,
TIN CHAMBER SETS. COAL OIL LAM:>8.
JAPANNED WAITERS. DOOR MATTS,
TEATHXR DUSTERS, BRUSHES,
WOOD WARB, AND
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GBNERALLY.
EW HOUSES, HOTELS, AND 8TXAMB0ATS
FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE,
31S IRON HALL,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUX.
17-eoSni between 9th and loth rts
JOSXPH REYNOLDS A 00,
PLUMBERS, OAS, AND STEAM f~TTBR8%
Mo. 400 Nibvb SraUT, near avenue,
Have Just received. ?n<i will eoustautiy Keep on
tand, the largest and best assortment In the city
of Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Portables,
Glass Globes, mica and other Shades, and all arti
lies in this lis*e, from the best establishments in
New York, Philadelphia, Ao., which viU be sold
in the most reasonable terms.
Also, RANGES, TURN ACES, and Fire-Board
Stoves.
We are prepared to furnisja the best BANGB la
ase anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Hotels,
Restaurants, Ac., are invited to calL
We do all kinds of GAS and STEAM fittings
promptly and cheap, as also everything In th?
PLUMBING line In the most satisfactory manner.
Call and seeonr Bathing Tuba, Fountains Water
Closets, Wash-stands, Basins, &o.,fte..at No. 400
Ninth street, near Pennsylvania avenue, the largea
establishment In the eity. fe
pkoVa YOUR
^E^^^^^sight by the uoe ol the
?braked Pkubls and Paaisoupie SpaoTAOLBe,uni>
versally acknowledged as the best for STRSiura*
SSISO amd Pbisbsvibo the impair^ Eyesight,
scientifically and norr?ctlv suited, by FRANKLLN
A CO., Opticians. ^
844 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. ISta and 13th ib?
and
fenneyltauia avenue. and? the National.
F1KLD GLASSES. OPERA GLA88B8. MICRO
SCOPES THERMOMETERS, STEREOSCOPES,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS.OAETW D? VI8ITX.
Ac.^in a great variety, aad at the lowest prices.
ri'tiE NJiWJfOKK NEWSPAPERS FORWARD*
I ED FROM NEW YOKE DAILY, at greatly
reduced prices.- Term*, for one year, payable in
advance:/ For the Herald, $/, instead of Ho;
Tribune, ?T; Tmtes,#?; World, Daily Hews,
f7 .-Evening Post, $9. Evening Express, M.an.
Address A. JOYCE* No, 63 west 14th street, New
York- aft-tm
n
Billiard tables rox salx,?ThTunh^er
ber has THEaX FIRST CLASS
BILLIARD TABLES aearly eew,
which he wtH dls?<iee of vary lav.
?Wire at the Billiard room. e?raer -
_lltk Street and Peansvl vaala e venae a l? tf
f APTAIN BRAND. OF THX "0TNTIPBI>X
m FEAJVCK TATLOX
I \R JOHNSON.
I# BALTI vt?'Kfc
LOOE HOSPITAL
orrici NO. 7 SOUTH STRBBTi
THE ON L f rHVai* l+ > g /> vg HTISiyR
Has discovered tbe m? Certain, "needy, ^
Effectual Keai?dy to the ? ?rl't '<>f
DISEASE* OF IMPKI DBN01
Mtlt'f ??? Six H-urt ' So TnA\m?l
Persons Rniued by Ignorant Pretenders. or by
Deadly P?'?on. Meieur?. ?h?nln apply
A CURB W aRRAN I HI' OA NOOUAEBB
IN MOM ON* T*> rW 0 DATS.
Weakness of the Beck. I uvoluutary OiMhtrM
Strictures, Aff?cti"D? of 'be KidnuM nd K*da?i,
luipoteuay. 0?n?ml Debility. N'r?u?MM? D?
Brp) . Languor, L>.w 81" rite, Unn'uiiuo of Ida**.
t'?ipit?tioD of the H--art Tiinility. Trerobliea,
Dimness of Pigpt or O -'id < ?.e*s. Disease of the Head .
Throat, N*m, or Pill affections of the Liru,
Lunar*- Stomach or Bowels? these Terrible Dleor
ders arising from ft?tit*iT liaMtsof Yontk?tke
PI?kit and solitary practices more fatal to tkeii
victims than ttif toiiv .f ?y rens to the mariners ef
Blyssu*. bllghfinir the!* m..?t brilliant knpes of
ant'eipetioos. rendering iko., Impossi
ble
rouNt* mbn
BseeCially, who have became thcrtttlma of Soli
tary Vice,that dreadful and t-struetlve habit rUel
annually sweeps to an uo^'m-ty grave thousands ol
Young Men ?f the most ta'?ot and brlllltat
Intellect. who might otb?rw??e h?f? entrance*! lie
tening Senates with the thunders ef eloquenne ot
waked to extecv tHe l'v'wg !yr?, mar nail with fail
confidence
TAKE PART,C ULaR NOTICE.
These are mch of the >a? aud melancholy iRmH
produced bj early habits ?>i youth, vi?; VtakoNi
of the Back and Limb* P>in 10 the Head . Dimneaa
of 81ebt. Ia>ip nf Museulgi Pn??r. Palpitatior. of
the Heart. Dyspepsia. Nervous Irritafcilitr. 9*.
rangement of 'V P'Functions, General
Debility, Symptoms of C?o?umption, Aa
The fearful on the mind art
much to be dreaded?L???? of Memotj. Confusion
ef Idea*. Depression of Spirit* Kvil Forebodings,
Aversion to Society. ??'? -"?'ra?t. Lot? of Soli
tode. Timidity, *?
MARRlAOR
Marrttd Piffonr, or >???*men ?ontemp!atln#
marria*e, aware of Ph?nif?' Weaknem, Oriraal*
Debility W^tin* of th<? Deformitiea, Ao.t
should apply iinm?-'1i*t^l?
He who pihinaif" -m'lef the <*are of !>r J,
may mfl^'ooMy ^rnfld* fn bin honor as a <*n
tlenian.aod oonfld*n'l* "?'* npon hi* skill a* 4
Physician
ORGANIC WIAKNI^, iMPJTI.VOT IMPBDI
MJNTS TO MAKRHG1
By Ur Johu*t?in'* mnrf-luw trealmeal, WeaA
nene of the Or<*ne ie rured and fnll r\^Ot
re*t?red Thou?*nd? of 'h? most nerTOu*. debill
ta*ed and Ini^ot^nt. wbi hf* 'oet all hop*, hav#
i been ioamediHt?*l? reli^??d
All inipedimento to nmrrin?e. Ptiysical or Mental
Dioqaa"nratinu?. Lnl* of '''(wfatfre Power, Nar
Trnf IrrOsbility. Tr"nbl?n?? and Weakness, at
Ilba!3*tioB of the mo?- '"arffll kind, ?pe?dlly
j cur?d
l it.
Membar of the Royal Collrae of Bnr?aon?, i?o?>
? don. Gradnate fr <, one of t'ie uioat emlueut Ool
leiren in thw Toited ?od tb? greater part of
who*?* life ha? b>-<-u >0^111 <l 'b? hoepitaU of L?>n
don P*ri*.Phila'1^lpTii? surt ?1 -w??her?,haa "ffccte^
eoo?- of 'be most artfoni'binv cnr<"? that were e?e|
? known, many *ronblwd witv rintrin* <n the bead
a^d en re when *h ! p < r?;tt n^rT?it*net<a.b? alarrr *d
at ?ndd?-n *oanrf? btu<htiiln>*?? with freaoent
Mnsh'nt, att<*nd<?d wmi>'im? with darAn??in*ai
f>f mind, wre onred ijnninte'?
TOUSft VK\
who hare injured them?'U ><> a ?ert?ln cractlo*
lodnU^d in whfo aloii"?n h?hit freqo?utly learnal
from evil couipnnionft. or ?? ocbool, the effects Of
which are ni*btly felt whee asleep, and. If
not cnr?*d, rend?*r? rnarrilift' Impossible, and d?
i strove both mind and should apply Imnjedl
at?*ly. ? ,
What a pity that a y?ar,a ^iaii. the hop* of kli
conntry and Jarllng o' nie parents, skoald b?
I snat?*b??t from all tht proep?*?ts and enjoyments of
life hy tb? eons^oo??iice of d?"?inti"n from the patb
of nature atjd induiirine in ? e?*rt|iin secret btbH.
Bach person" nm?t. S?-f?>re rontxwipiatiac
HARM AOS
reflect taat * ?ound uiiud %nd body are the noil
nee?M>ar) reguisitee '<> promote c nnabial happi
ness indeed Witn??at 'ht-H* the joarney thron^k
life becomes a weary nil*rimxe; the arespect
honrU darkens to th?* *i-w the mind oeeome#
ahadowed with d?spait and fined with tke trtolan
e^oly reflections that th? h?ppiness of another !?
blighted with our own
D1SKAXKM Oh i si tJ KU OS NO 8.
Wheu the mis^uidea and itnpradeut rotary of
pleasure Qxds he tias i tu to l?*d the seeds of tkls palb>
rnl disease it often hapK^io- that an Ill-timed senaa
of Mbame <>r drea<l of di?<*..??ry deters him from ap
plyingto *bose wh<*, from ednnation and respenta*
nility can alone befrieiid him He falls InU) tke
hands of lactoirant and desitruitiK pretenders, whOi
incapable ofcurinae. fllch his ae^-eniary snhstaDea,
keep hiu> *riHin^ month after month, or as Ion* u
the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair
leave him with rained health twsigtioVer his ?all
ln^ disaupolntment; or br f he nse of that deadly
uoikou. Mercery, hasteu *he constitutional symp
toms of this terrible dise*>c, surh as Affections ol
bo travel*,
retnrus
OFFICE 7 80CTH FKK OERWK 8TRKBT,
left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few
doors from the corner, fail not to ohaerye name
and number
Itf No letters receiyed oniess post-paid and ooa*
talmnie a stamp to be ased on the repiy. Persons
writing *noald state age. and send portion of ad
vertisement desrribio* symptoms,
Tkt Di.'t Diploma (nno in Am OJfitt.
IN DORSUM Kyi 'it I'HK PRKSS.
The many thoasand onre^ at this establiekmmt
within the last tweoty years, and the aamerou
Important Surgical Operations performed hw Dr.
Johnstna. witnessed by the reportersof "Toe Sun"
and many otrber capers notices of which have ap
r?ared a<a'D ana agair before tke pnblle,beside*
is standing as a gentleman of character and re
eponsibilitr. l? a anflciant guarantee to tko f
Bictad
SKIN CISEA8K9 SPEEDILY CURED
J a 29 ly
gRCRJT DI8BASB8I 81C?1T D181A8M
SAMArtlTAN'b GIFT
SAMARITANS Oim
TH1 MOST 0KHTA1P HRMCDV gV|| CB?D
"Vea. A Positive Core" ftor
QONO&UUiA, btl,MA I, d < etJCJ URE9,
Con tain? no Mloerai, su Balaam, no Merenry,
Unit Ten fill* to Ot laJten <0 Kff'cl a OUTt
They are entirely vegeiabie. having nw small notf
any nupleaeant taste, and will net in any way in
jure the atomach or bowels of the most delioate.
Cures in from two to four days, and reeent caaaC
in "twenty-foot hours" Prepared by a graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania, one ofthe moat
eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present day.
go axroBoaa.no raonaLC. go ohibob whatbvbb.
Let those who have lespaired of getting ourad?
or who have been gorged with Balsam Oopavia. ?#
Mercury, try the
SAMARITANS 91FT.
Bent by mail In a plain envelope.
Price?Male packages. S2 Female 13.
BLOOD I BMXlDlf BLOOD II
SC Rot' l. LA, GLCmRh, dOJCBO SPOTf
TETTERS, SCALES BOILS, STfBlLia
OR VENEREAL DISEASES, Be.
SAMARITANS ROOT AND HERB JOWr
Is offered tne public as a positive 00re.
8 V Pill LIS OK VfNKBKAL D18CAABS tail ?
MARITAN'P ROOT AND U?RP JUICB is ? ,
most potent certain and effectual remedy eva^
prescribed; it rearhus aud eradicates every partial*
ofthe venereal poison. so that thecure is thorough
and permauent Take then of this purifying rema
I dv and b* healed, aud do not transmit to your poa
! terity that for which ?uu may repent in after yearfl
DO NOT DBSPA1RI
Althougn yon may be pronouuced incurable, tla
? 8AMAR1TAN'8 ROOT *ND HBKB JUI0S8
' will remove every vestige of Imparities from the
j system, as well as all the bad effects of Merenry.
FEMALCts: 1BMAL.BBII
In many affections with walch numbers of Pa
male* su'Ter. f e ROOT AND HKKB JUI0K8 U
j most happily .dapted. in Duerated Uterus, la
t Whites, in bearing down Falling ef the Womb
1 Debility, and forallco'. plaints incident to thesex,
1 Sent by express P.-ioe Si a bottla. o jbottlag
1 for It,
I SAMARITAN ft CHaNCKB WASH,
j Price 2ft cents Pv;!| directions.
I DKSMONDA CO. Bos 141 Philadelphia Po*%
: Office.
1 Sold by ft. OALVSKT PORD. corner at iltk an*
Pa. avenue.
HBNRY COOE, Aieaauatia. mayS-tf
Y~ C O N F I U E N T I A L.
OUNU MEN who have injured tkamselvaa bp
certain secret habits which unfit them for business,
pleasure, or the duties of married life; als? middle
aged or old men ho, from the follies of youth of
other causes, fet. a debilitv in advance of their
years, before placing themselves under the treat
ment of any one, should 3rst read "THB 8BCRBT
FRIEND.' Married Ladies will learn somethia*
of importance by perusing "The Seoret Priend."
Rent to any address, in a sealed envelop* oa re
ceipt of Twerty-fire Cents A M on
Da. CHA8 A 8TBWABT * OO..
do 14-ly Boston. Mai.
TRIB8BMAR- Protected by Koyal Letters PaV
cnt of fcnglaed, aud secured by tbe seals of tko
Ecole de Pharmacie de Paris, and tka Imperial
College of Medicine. v iobua
Triesmar No. 1 >? tbe edectuai remedy tor Relax
ation , Sperraatorr uoe*. and B&kanatiwn of the Spa
te m. Triesmar Nu. 2 has entirely snpereeded tke
nanseous nse of Copavia. Cubebs. Ac. Triesmar
No. 3 is the infallible remedy for all Imparities and
Secondary Symptoms thus obviating the us* of
Tjn??ury and allotber deleterious ingredients.
macb preparation is in the form of a most agre^
able Lotenge. Secured from effects of climate an4
changes of atmosphere, in tin cases, at 13 each, or
four S3 cases In oue for f!> aud in $37 cases, thai
saving $9. Divided ;n separate doses as admiaie
tered oy Valpeau, :*allemaude. Ro"Lw?*v, ?*? a*
Wholesale and retail by Dr. RAKBOW. No. 1??'
Bleecker street. New York. p
To be had also of 8. 0. FORD. No. B??/??*???
corner lltk street. mar
HAPPINBbS 014 Uicili* i-Ihil iS THE
OOESTI0iV-l'te proprietor ol tne "PAB1
BlAfFoABINETOP W&NDKKS, ANATOMY an*
MEDICINE," have determined-regardless of ex
rpnse?to leene, free, 1 for the benent of suffering
umanity.) four of their mosv instructive aud ia
terestana Lectures on Marriage and ita anal ill ca
tions Nervous Debility . frematore Decline, In
digestion. Weakness. Pepr^seion, or l?noranee of
Physiology and Natare s Law These invalnabla
lectures have been the m-jans of snlightening and
saving thousands,and will be forwarded free o? the
receipt of four stamps, by addressing Ssrr.tarj
?arifian Cub\*tl af AnHom-.v tmd MUiexnt, Ml
roadway. New \ ork In 13-ly
TI8H WANG. THE &RBAT ChlNMSE.
HEUEDTM e0N0HRH(EA.tiLKEt7
Etc. Oaa Box wi i.l paaroaa a Ctraa.?
Ingredients are pnreiy vegetable. It is
,, . pleasant to tke tas^e, kas no bad odor, and
__y be carried in the vest pocket without ?sar of
detection. Circulars free Price Bl a box Soldbr
JOHN J. KBOMBR, sacoeeaorto B. 0. Unkam, 40?
Okestnnt Bt.^fhlUpeVpbla. and la WMififtoa kr
8. 0. rOBD.7996 Nnasrlvaala avsaae. Beet hp
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