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t vojTfo(t thrjxt n4 Patent omces Uooms
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AH iseaaet of rprlnte nature treated In tbit
most ic.enti..c minaer, ani Radical, cures of-
Med In .11 cases, BTriqLlTIO AFFEC-
twxs, aoxoRRiiatA, oleet, strict-
VltKS, SEJtIXM IfJM KXESS, or the result
of tbivhrifobs DU'eaaH, or any weak
rtessof the f7 RV.Wf.trIXO;; (7XV.S from any
cause) whlcter'orTiow'l6nK standing, thor-
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onglilj and radically cored i also a OUT,
nitEUUATISlf, sNEURAiaiA,xa. ether
cinoxioDisiiA8xs6tttMNziirj;s,Mvs-
CLES,' BOXES a&, JOINTS SCROTVijl,
JJL0TCUI3 on U FJC ERUTTIOXS on
tha JjrjMTand, HOD r; and All .other ttflt7.r
Tirjt.JUSOLBXS, inA 'jJlSEASESot .Ilia
RI.OOD, rcmvltttnrr 'taiat they may San
brlM. " ,' ' ' ' ' ' - '
AFFLICTED AND-UNFOnTUNATE !
No matter if hat tow dieao,W no taVe'dd
cacr Dreient Yo4' fronf aDDltlnsr Immediately
toDr.VUn7.Wo la1 'acknowledged tobebj
far UiemoetSUCCESaFULFJIYSICIANIn the
treatment of prlTatadiaenaca. Foar not to corao
and make known yonrmlifortnncs, and he will
apeadlly send ton on yonrway rejoicing.
. SKTJ?.ABU8K,
That ilreadfnl aconrgo of the ypnng, indulged
alone, destroy the gcncratlTO
organs,' nnflla yon for married life,' producing
weakness of the back and limbs, loss of anima
tion and mnscular power, palpitation of the
heart nervous Irritability, loss of memory, mel
ancholy habits, Insanity, consumption, and
death.
YOUNQ MAN I In view of the dreadful con-
eminences of delay, do not fall to make yonr
case known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Your
accrete with him aro sacred, and you may con
fldcnilyrely upon his medical skill.
Thonsande whose systems were shattered and
ho were on tho brink of the glare, hare boen
brought back to Tlgorouahcallh by his skilful
treatment. .
MAHRIAOK.
Married persons, or thoao contemplating
matrimony, who suspect themselves of Impo-
ency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising
irom a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether the rosnlt of disease, injury, youthful
ndlscrctlons, or Indnlgesco of the passions In
rlncr years, are earnestly entreated to place
themselves under the care of Dr. V. They may
nly with certainty upon a speedy cure, and up
on being restored to full health and vigor.
Ile'treata with entire success all disease, ol
females such as LEUCORllllEAor WHITES,
LATSUS UTERI, c., Ac, and la every case
guarantees a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISIT3 and COMMU
NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI
DENTIAL, Fsrsoks calling see no one hnt the Doctor.
Those at a distance may be trcitid by hail,
by sending' a STATEMENT of CASE, Ac, A.C.
Jj 2 m
1IJILL1AU PITCH,
ATTOnXET FOR CLAJitAXTS,
comer or SEmtTH akd r struts,
Oppotut tin rwt ojue,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Prosecutes Claims ior Pensions, Bounty Money, .
Bounty Land Warrants, Lost Property, Hecruttlng
omeers, and all other Just Claims against the Uo-
rnmenL
Also, Patents procured for InTentors
Special attention glyen to cases befoia the Court
Claims
Fees reasonable In all cases, to wit:
la each Pension case, . . $5 ou
Bounty Money case, ---. 6 u
Itounty Land ease, --. .600
Fay Claim, -- 100
Widows and minor children who are poor, half
in auuvaraira. iduhwuh mrm sitsi:mei.t IN'
diocmt, free of charge, except mere disbursements I
Correspondents will be entitled to share the fees
n all cases ther forwanl,
Consulting counsel, Hon. R. H GILLFT, late
United States Solicitor of the Court of Claims and
ormer Solicitor of the Treasury.
Aperitif Rffertnm by PcrmUtton
Hon. kiehard Wallach, htaj or of Washington.
riun. W. W.Seaton.ex-Maiorof Washlnirton.
Lewis Johnson fc Co Bankers, Washington.
Sweeny k Huyck, Bankers. Washlngtou
x4Jnveraorllunt,of Lockport.New otVt
Judge Gardiner, of Lockport, New ork
Hon. John Ganson, State fcenator, Butfalo, N V.
Hta Burt anhoro, member of Congress from
New i ork.
Hon. G. W, Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf
falo Messrs. Hubble k Davis, Counsellors. Buffalo,
J, a.
Judge Bo wen, of Lockport, New York.
Judge Woods, of Lockport, New "i ork.
Hon T. T. Use ler, ex-member of Congress from
New ome.
Hon. John Ganson, President of the New ork
and Frle Bank, Buffalo, N ,
octets 3a
BOSWKLsVB BIEDICATKI)
COUOll CANDY
tor co vans,
COLD A
jtnobCMTm,
INFLUENZA,
U0AR8BNK&8,
Ami all incipient ttaget of VoiitHinptiOH,
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
U BUS W LL, Druggist,
Cor. Maryland avenue and bet cnth st ,
And Z D GILMAN,
Fenn. avenue, near Browus' Hotel.
Charles Allen, W.B Fntwlsle,
D B Clark, John R. Major,
LTM. Smith, B C Major,
II. if. Mcpherson, J. W. Nairn,
3. C. Ford, J. D O'Donnel,
J. P. Mllburn, J. F. Dswson,
Charles blutt D G. Uldgely,
In Georgetown by Kidwcll, Solboron, Sclasell,
an I Barnard.
And by Druggists and Sutlers generally.
an 15
WIIEKK, Oil 1VIIGUR IB 1T1 Who is
there ning 3011 that Is not In want of
something In Ihe way of Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Capsl Ami the lst place to get them
Is at the most popular Clothing House of J 11
bMITJI h CO , No ICO Set enth street, where ) ou
can Und the greatest arlety of Clothing ami Furn
Isthltig Goods for Men and Boys wear. We can
btfcl) say that our stotk or Clothing excels any
thing In Ibis market, and our reputation for selling
Good Gols Cheap Is truebutthe old maxim, that
" a nimble sixpence Is better than a slow kMlllng,'
Is the principlo that ba built up our immense
trade.
Our present stock of Clothing we offer at cr tow
prices, and we are all the time rcceltlng new goods
from our m sou factoring estAbliabmcnt, No 4u
West Baltlmora street.
Do not fall tu call at J II SMITH & COS, No
400 Set enth street, where j ou can bj Clothing al
tremendous bargains,
J. 11. SMITH h CO,
Clothiers,
No -100 Seventh street,
and corner Twentieth itreet and Pa' avenue.
n031-dtjant
J.
HIIOITT'H
L U M B E It Y A It J)
JJjXTH STREET,
Pouthof Pennsylranla Avenue.
' Hg PP B8P
nrt
, Pmtr TyaJiiafrtMOVaalltatlW.
T1IK rAHKNQEn TRAINS
between. ' s11
WAUttWTpft1!Al,TlMQrVS, W.-fHF. WrT
Trtlk rna aa.foUawai
F!m Daily Trrini to lIUUayfM ami Ihl Witt.
To Dally" Tntnt Utrt TOuVwaml It "Wcsf.
On muUj.Mrrc freHW? ft BsJlswresaif ontlotke
lft aa fo(lowei T tffai n ,end aad 0 p. mVilt '
Passengers, for the Wesrra.ke close connection.
at WMMntiin Junctrotfjrteiay I with the Baltlm.r.
and Ohio railroad, for n pouU Watt tomr nif
rrtrHntnbfnauHeYllnr' oikj
for FltuMpliu mi Key I7t Leave Washington
at a a. ra , 1 1 a. ra., aa.l sr tn.
For iual-Unl Washington at . m. and
'"""FAAatWimwtor,
and Station! aloofttht Baltimore and Ohio ruUrold
le ai t WeahuMton at i and 1 W a, ui., awl 3D p.
m 1 aad onBundsye at a,so p jn. , ,
TRAINS MOINd SOUTH
Leav. New York at 7 a.ra., Mlladelphla at II 30
a. m , Baltimore at -U p. m. Arrive at Washing
ton at 6.S0 p. tn. 1
Uare New ttt al p. irf, nillndelpliU 10.M
p.ln.IiIUmonat4a.tn. Arrtie at.TVaahlnf
ton at .so a. tn. ' ""
' Uate New Vork at tl 1 tti , Philadelphia at M
a.m ,Blllmoreat7W. ra. Anna, at Wtjlng.
tonataua tn. . ,. .
Loeil Aecotohodatlnn Tralna learellalllinoreal
10 . bi nd a to tn . for WMhlnxtoai atnra there
at 11 a m and7p.ra.
r On aumlari at 4 l and 7 . ra., onlr from Bal
timore. . , ,,.t
No AnunolU connection! on Sunday from Balti
more Of Washington.
JffJSSIJS
tlon (litis)) with trains on the Baltimore an I Ohio
....... .f ... .. . ... .k tfM.li. ilm anil
raiiroaa. lor an nuini" wm wi hiowi n". "-
for all points alonK the llae of the Baltimore an.l
Ohio road, In Maryland and Irrlala.'
Trains lenre Annpolli for Bltlmora aad Waih
Injton dally, exoept Sun.laj t, at s.44 a. m , aad a lu
raisenKfr Tralas learlne Washlngtoa at a. in ,
It a. m , and ( p. m , aad Baltimore at 4J0 nj 1 4u
a m anu iwpin, .iui uaij ,..
WaihlnKton Junetlom.
Wr I'aiienrers must take the Accomrao.lllon
Train, oaly. W. P. SMITH,
nov 17 Master of Transportation.
Adams KJr.rn.Ksg companv,
OiVcaai Pcuu. aSeune,
H'oiAi-tflim C,ly,l). C.
GREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, urn WEST
ERN EXPRESS FORWAKDKRS.
Irtlili.II,Mour,Jwlrj',VlnalHil
M.I.l fltba. ltAUtla. AS)
Forwarded lthSlf J TY ANIJ DISPATCH to all
accessible sections of the country. This Company
has Ajrencles In the principal rallwfty towns In the
NOHTH, EAST, WI-TT, AKU null
, ANU NORTHWI.ST.
llsl I'sTanCll'ini uiuna oav
prlnctr
0Xt X. (
iai onicri arv i
WASMXOTOjr.D. Klr.ruuA,jiusiu.,,
nffiTirirrnnri itm r.Tiwiirer-' i . -
CISNATI. Ar.' LOUIS, 1.0UIS-
VILLE, LEXlXOtOX. I
Connections are made at New ork and Boston (
with lines lorwarotns; 10 ine i;.n.i.. smi in.
British Yn Inces, ana with stesmslilp lines to Lh-
enool, Southamptoa, and llawe, nd thence hy
European eapresses ioall prominent comtnercla! I
t...n. in rlr.at nrir.ln .ndonthe Cniltlnritt. '
Collection of Notes, Dr.fts.and Bills made at all
aeaessible Dans 01 Ine uniifil nh. . , i
jel.
W ashlo(ton, V. C.
OOMKS 4. BnOWN,
SOLICITORS OP TATI NTS AND CLAIMS.
,,. p.,.Tir.ek P.y,' .lcer.'
I tort-Kin,;. il all atlier Jtul Claim.,
agailS.S ml tuavvrHiuru..
OFFICR-No. 410 SEVENTH STREET,
(Department I xchange,)
WasHi.sroN, D. C,
And Xd. 2 Virt riaa, corner of Btoaiuay,
oppotUt City JIM, Xeit ork.
Itetrs,lrPro'.a'oM0- . .
lions tl.nnio.1 niiwiB, itw mt.im i
Martin KallitlelKh, Major City of Brooklyn i AM.
Horn llsnnlhsl Hamlin, Men 1-resldenl, Me i
ffiaVhK. MwVrW'c" SI i lS
ward H. Jlolllna, M. C
.".i'SV'AurvrM.'c Miu ,Alf"dA.1
Bumhara, M. C , Conn i Dwlcht Loomis, M C ,
Conn i John A. Gurley, M. c, owot James m
Ashley, M. C., Ohloi Sidney Fdgerton, M.C.,(Jhlo
John Jlutchlns, M. C . Ohloi John Cot ode, M. C ,
Pa j Robert Mcknight, M. C, I'a ; Justin S Mor
rill, M. C , t John F. rotter, M. C , Wis Z.
Chandler, M. C, Mich. James H. Lane, M. C ,
Kansas) Cyrus Aldrlch, M, C, Minn.- Wm, Kel
logg, M tL 111 John T. Nixon, M. C , N. J t John
i w ciPriinn M. (' H.Ji i n Fouke. M. o
HI i Owen Lotejoy, W. C, 111 I F. P-LUpi'r M,
C..Mo i I IbrldKe
ige ii.
Snatildlnc. M.C.N.U Ab
fral rir. M. C . N
I Major General 11. B Dl
Ieat N. HyckolT, Esd. , 1'res. Ullliamiport tlty
ank Shepherd Knapp, ksq , Fres ncchuil
lMinx. t .-..
,
T H
. X
1 4t
.
I
TKUIOIl ADORNUKNTS.
480
4 SO
,
j VAPEK IIANOINOS,
or au onAfctl aHD rniccs.
I Warranted Golt Ban I Window Shades t Suit,
Greco, and Blue Holland Shades, all sites) made to
Also, a ban Isoine assortment of PU lure Cord and
Tasvels, all sizes and colors.
Purchasing for cash, an I allowing no ol t stock to
acvumulate, icrsons needing the aire goods HI
nnd it io inrir miiiir.r tu hko ... nmu
All work executed and Slllierintended hi tiraCtlCRl
. .a. BHBtfkA jiAv-a..1 k ek.jii less. sjnespAnl tseisil. In saf !
mm, wisu iit sj " b ,,-..-,. n.
ti,al trSilii
Sitlifaotion guarantee!, or no pay required.
Please (rive me a call.
Remember the number
"" joHN MARKniTFR,
No 4C Seventh street,
Eight doors above Old Fellons Hall,
nov 26 ly
ri'KKTIIt TKBTIII
M. LOOMIS, M. D. theln.entorand patentee
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends 1 eraonally at
his ortlte In this city.
Many persons can wear these teeth who cannot
wer others, an I no person can uearothers ho
cannot wear inesr
I friOUl cnillllX t I'll UIIHiaa vnii w: nwbuiuiiiinmiiii
wltlianv st)leandpriceofTceththeym) deairej
mil in inoia una are uaritcuiar. anu w in ine imn '
est, cleanest, strongest, and most lierftct denture
that art can produce, the Mineral Plate will be
mm full y warranted.
Koomsln this eltj No. 1M Pcnnsrltania ae
nue, bet wren Ninth and Tenth streets, AUo, wi
Arch itreet, Philadelphia. mar i-i)
Tl J II. K Dbl'HK,
IROtf J1ALL,
310 Pciins)li aula Aifuiir,
TtoternU ami lUtad Dtuler in
I'l.NKHT 1'AMll.V Cin.OCICllll.i4,
JFREXOll and OERilAXWIXES, A
i.iQUons, ronniALH, rniMi'Aaxt'i,
liiuxDr.RVjr.aix,
OKI AltS auit TOll Af CO,
lias now on hand
aer) ftn' ottorliiifni of the aboie,at fair iirlces
BUTLEiia surrutu.
nov20 TTa-Stf
J HANOHJtm ANU hlNtalNb
mOF. ALEVANUER WOMNVSKI,
PIAST, I OLAUSTAhO COMPO'il It,
Has opened Ladies aud Genllemcn's Afternnon
( l n'clOkk) and vtulng ( o'clock) Miifrlm; t li.ci,
on mast literal terms Pi0fesMir UuluWkkl will
aUoexj lain the full thcur of Miulc and Iteidlng
b his stsliiii . ,
111 irn.anr WnlAwikl'i newmethod.A nersou
hating only a slight knowledge of wuusle will le
enabled, lu aaery abort time, lo read imulo Wi
great fnclllty, and execute o ratio ns well its
Uaistkal mualu with rare perfitlou
As to ttieaoiAlpart.t) bis wnj of tocdllzatlon,
he arrives nt most extraordinary results, renders
the tolce powerful, aud enables ihe ilugertn v
enUze with facial), aicuMty.nnd ttne quality ol
tone.
Pinf Wolowikl receltes ililton djiilj fromiuto
11 a m an I liom J to i p m , at his lesidrntv, N
C fenth street, t-vtwetm I ami F
N. B Children 01 er eight j ears of age are ao
cej ted. de tt lmd.
M'
AI.NK AUKNCV
AMI
SOLDIFRS' Hi (IEF ASSOCIATION
Office. No mo F street, cor Thirteenth
CommunioHtlons to be Addressed to
J. W, HATHA WAV,
octl-t( IeOckboxBS,Wihiogton,P, 0
Biaie Keaij
S&.HAJXWAD&
NBW,.BOATf-lKW GAttflO et tlT -
NEW LOHDOW; NOKWICVa fcnd WORCESTKn
1irHt it vil . iW-V" - '
. - . At 4 O'clock, P. M ,..
riKnatK.R., foot or yestrt 8TRket.
ThW aa-aw -kiul mksr.it (ttHMt klaaaiM CITY OF DOS
TONWm. Uleo,coo.miid. from Kw York
UVIUATS. IBUtMJiyi, BiaU MluniHJPl'anUU stum
titw London AfMiUyf, Wcdoctdara, and Frldnyi .
Tha mw and mM'Cwjt attfuner LITV Or NKW
YORK, Thomaa U Jtwelt, conimaAdtr, from New
ork-MwiJTi. Jnf4yi, and FrtJari from
New London TiieidaTi. Thundari.tantl Satur
dari.
i he two new Uamtrt have bin built t xprrti
ly for thla route, with all modern tro proven. nti.1i
clulin Water Tight torapartraentr and are the
only team era Tr built (or Long Iiland Sound
with thla icreat lire-pretcrrlnx lmproremeota
ix)nuuciori accomnKny ine irnrarra cncn wij.
Pksmatnval-ai tiraai(Ja (mm NatW Lomlnn lmmCs1tKt?a
ly on arrival oritei.mertty lptaaa Train to Pot'
ton, Woreeitcr. Lowell. Lawrence, FltcM-mx
Nmidua, Concord, tha White Mountalnt, he he
raiiengeta returning from Botton leat a the De
tiotoniie Uoitonand Worceiter railroad at 0 30
1". M , Worcester 1 P. M , arriving at New London
f 80 P. M. " w i 1 . i
Freight taken at the LoWett Ratei. and ucllrer
edlo iktiton early the aext day.
ftiaie noomi in aounuansa enn uw iiwiun wn
iteamera. or at the Botton or New Fork onice, la
advance. J.. S. MARTIN, ARcnt,
mj tf Pier 3,N. n.
I HKAT CENTRAL. IIOUTK
y For the Vrtt
HUDSOX ItTTKU RAILHOAD amtl m
YORK CF.XT1UL RAILROAD.
Oh and Arrtn Pkcembch , 1SC1,
FxprriiTralni leaTCNew orkelty dfiot ol
Ilud.on Kt er tullrovl iWly, Bundaj i excepted, aa
IOIIOWII
JYom thfaTnlcrt itrect
At 7 a tn.
It a ni ,6p.m.
s 15 p. m.
Montreal and Buffalo
Train with ileeplnE
cari.10.lSn. tn
Frara toth itreet it at Ion
At 1 25 a. tu.
It so m ,830p.m,
S 40 p. in.
io 40 p. m
im niinai) a, me ioiiow
nff tralntwlllW run to
and front Suthatrecti The 10.40 p nueleeptnK cat
train for Albany and Troy, and the S.SQ a. ui. from
Troy, and 4 45 p. u. train from Albany.
Connecting at Albany with the New Voik Cen
tral Railroad for Schenectady, llocheiter, Utlca,
fiatarla, Rome, and itatloni ou Rome and ater
town Railroad, Uultalo, Sracuae, Niagara Fall,
SiiBpenalon brldee. Auburn, tienet a. Cans Idalua.
Tralna In connection Jea.e Buffalo and Suspen
sion Tla Lake shore, Uucalo and iJike Huron and
Great Western Railroad, for Hamilton, Toronto,
Detroit, Chicago, Toledo,Mllwaukle, londdu Lac,
La Crosse, Madison, Prairie Jiuthlen, Galena,
Dunlelth Dubuque, Peoria, flock Island, Must
tlne, Iowa City Uiir.ii.rton, Qulnc), Sprlogtlfld,
mnu, oi, uiiiib. vntiwi itn "
. -.- - ""ri.v-v"-; "...:: a,."'
Aiinn. nt. uiiiia. i.iirn. i sarra iiniiit.. iiiui-initiKiiis..
",!!tiWZZl':?,Z3 I . C
oiuntiniB, vir.t?
I""" - NnnTitrnv nriUTP.
.....,.....-.. ..-., ........, ..--. ...
Conaecllns wllh Trains at Troy, with Troy and
Boston, .nj liens, and Saratoga Hoads for S.rsto-
frA, ivniiriiau, jiuii.ni, uuiunsiou, bi. ah ui,
House rolnt, 1'lattshun.h, Ugdeosburgli, Montreal,
fcc ,a.e.
, Vl-rclxht AranKemenlshythlsroutaasalHire
wllfioutcli.n'efile.r.. from the Detiot. In Lh.m
tiers and lludsoo strrets are at all times as faiora-
lite as mstie or oilier nBiiro.u imi .ni.. i ne
facilities of this Krrat New A ork Koule, to tie
est,cnmmrndtt tu the cOtilJitn.e of merchants
an i snippers iorprnniiinrit ami iiriji-iicii.
Taisfrngrr Trains, wllh Smoking and sleeping
Cars, run Inconnetion on the New ork Onirai
Boats '
For particular as to loeal trains and freight ar
rangement t, Inquire at the depot, 63 Warren street.
Ai nniii ii,
deo tl Superintendent.
1IIIK IIAILAVAY,
laaienrer Trains leave vi& Taronla Ferry from
foot ot Chambers street, as follows, vli t
0u t. m. Mail Sot Dunkirk and IntermedUte
alatlriD.
This train remains orer night at Etrolra and pro-
ceeus tne next norninr.
7 00 a. nu Lxpress, for Buffalo andprlncir! ln
'i - Ju - .ailli. - - lF.fcr Ot.s.ll.e and In.ermc-
lermnnaie limioni
llm,A,,0d.,,on,d.ll,-.forro,tJervl.
ansl tirli.aliial atatlnna
4 tw p. nf. Way, Mr Mlddlctown, Newburgk, and
Intermediate stations
60Up m Nlrht t xpress,dalh , for Dunkirk, Buf
falo, Canandaigtia, and principal stations The
train of Baturday rum through to Buiralo, but does
not run lo Dunkirk.
TOOp m kulgrant, for Dunkirk and principal
stations
The Fxpress Trains connect at HornellsTlUe with
railroad for BuiTitlo, at Hmlra with the Cansodal
gi and Niagara Falls Killrondt at Blnghnmton,
with the Syracuse Railroad at Corning with the
i raiironu. ior nocnraier anu auuiiui t ui"i iirutis
rwlth the railroad for ffcranton, and at litiifulo and
imnairK wnnine uiae nnore itnuronu iur vicve
Und, Clnelnnatt, Toleilo, Detroit, Chicago, he , and
the Canada railroads
CMARLFS M1NOT,
scp 13 Goners! Superintendent.
WHO HAH 8(1 We aay that our store In
the First ward ma not ha.e caused a com
motion, hut do ear that we are running rtl an Im
mense stotk of Clothing at the Uadlng Hnt nfS
ttorr, corner of Twentieth street an 1 IYtiuij h anla
avenue, tut whoertrsaw a store whereaimtth
uis that did not do business! and the return ltj,
they always sell their gootls too cheap That Is
why they are always poor, (Who t cr hetid of a
So. 1th getting rlcht I ne er dl 1 )
We are determined to furnUh all the First Ward
wltliGio.1Chthlr.ff
Frrr)Uudy had 1 etter come soon an 1 1 uy, as our
neighbors, In a simllr buslneis,sa that we ciu
not stand It more thin nlnetjdsjs longer selling
I ernwl. an Mii Knt ul.i a mn lrrr Ir.t iif
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, an 1 Slioes left, and
we are determine I to run them oil at gieat bar
gains, At Headquirters for Clothing In the Flrslv
Wsrd.ciruer of Tnontleth street and Pennsil,a
nla nrenueand No 400 Seventh itreet
nor31-dtjnl SMITH & CO
apHAND ADVANLK OF TIIIC AUMV,
"nuc.ou. er.arecr, gup ...cgrrai n inie
of tlothlng, but we are selling at a small aJt nce
on uW nrlcei We ha, e a large stock on han 1, and
. ' " u '
re selling them off to mke more room, for wr
v and clothiers are en Ins up the ereat ndt inie
i hi.carerr Hrie stock of Clothingalouritiaiiufti.
i .
tory,and are now running o:t our atiak at less
than wholesale prices to make room. e bat e ab
ways been lighting against high prlcn, and shall
continue tod so Mr SMITH is In the market all
the time, and Is enabled to furnish our store uilh
a superior stock, and we cannot be undersold bj
anyone We ha.e the means to sell cheap, an 1
aredt-termlnedtodolt at
SMI1H & I1K AIL'S,
No .101 Seventh street,
nov 21 dt janl Ne ir K street
rim Tiir. voti.us or avaniiiinuto.v.
X Tlie Aanmmors or the dlfurent Urtr.U wilt
infet al Ihe followinir nlat-fs fruni IuuMocLa m
tllian'cbKkp m , fnnii Iholllh lo1li3lat of lv-
ccmler, lncluai,e, tocorrektNiiiirerutertlieutiiiei
of tltiisse omllteal from the oll liat 1
1st Ward John A Hhieiu, Ui I ennijhanU At
enue, between 11th an 1 I6lh streets
.d Ward Thonuti Mumrt, turner 12th and H
ilreets
3.1 Ward. Hcnr Curtis, corner of H anl 13th
streets
4th Ward Thomas W. Bitrch, Clh strcetUtween
Ganlllilrectl
Clh Ward. B. F. Dje't residence, Ten Buildings
eth Ward George lollard, at T iAw ( lark a of
Ike, Mrglnla ateuue, lietween athnnil luth streeta
7th War I I eter Held urn, No b3 soilli 1- stiiet,
belweeubth aud th slreets uet,
do 13 ilt Jt
VOTItn TO 1'LASTF.ItI.IlH.
1 HopnsMS nlllbe receltel at the olHttnf the
I'urenii of onatriullmi until Jinunr) tmli, iot),
f r j Usteiing the wnllj, cl illnja, fvc , nf tin l.Alla,
enrri lora Aiidvarlous aiiitrtiiients nf the iiui te.
tlon or the Treasury Jrxietulon
lild 1 is must tttutbe 1 rlif) er jirt, face meis
ure Ihe tvhot woik will nqulrn three cuata 1 r
lime, sharp sand htlr of proper proportions itttlitll
bea pruttd, the tvholefo l3 flulihid lu lie let
niniiuer fur painting throughout
Ihe Bureau reierteH the rlj,ht to rejett anj or nil
tho bids, U con lilt red for the Intern! of tbt U t
erniuent to do so No hldwllllfi,oiisldereliiiilHa
Inconformit) with this adtertiiei.it i.t, mil lit n,
t?o nip titled with t roiier guarinlrrs thit tin bM U r
will cXeHule a sutUfictory tonlrjtt
ISAIAH lll'lir 1,
ngtnrer InchsrgeTirasurj Dtpirtmint 1
P R lull sire drn wliii,s of mouIJInirSriti Imht I- I
uk of iiiuntltlcscui I esecu At tt.U uilUs, I
dee iJ cot J an li)
1 .Aftm i.ti iru I
j CAMP9TOFSIl
111
tif..Mnn maniirftnrin.i ami r 1111K ni
k -.?'.Jr'.,, ... . a 1-1 .1. ... ..! ' .11 . .1
' llrAilnu rUUfi wiiwii no win ai'ii vy me
diiiii nrl uridredasclieapastheycinleltoiifhtln
1 nor 17 l Penn, arenue, near 7th itreet,
Blltlmore, - ' K unauunt,
PSTWMRffnw-!
ucroTiiUAnTEnHAJTEii's urncEi
Ciitn tokfruwvtaiJ Cns tka lilrw snf al
reer of six
inouaajM nret raapurvq
or less, to the Govern
offloa natil NondaTs w
req t"ovwi rorua os wooo, more
mmeat, wlU reeelrf4 at thu
, tnestthdarof December, ipea,
The wood to be hard, sound und mercnsnUHe.
fourld) feet lonr.. aad split lo the pMUurr slie of
conVwODiL ' - 1 ,
The wooi to m oeuTerea ai ons AiDany.-vmiif,
TUIlnrtiairt, Call, WoodhuiTn'Kalb, Corcorsn,
Bennett. Harcertr. Ftkan Allen, and Harcri nlsol
attoshpelntoothe toudwrnand Maarnahlre rait
road, between lenna nd Alexandria, Va tn such
mtsntltrateachplsce.at such time or times, as
the Depot Quartermaster mar dlreot; and corded in
ranki four (I) feet high) dfllrery not belnf con
sidered complrU until so corded, measured, and In
spected. i i i ' :
An Inspector will M deilgiialM on the part of
the Uo eminent to Inspect and measure the wood,
and such as iloea not conform to the abore speclQ-
canons wm re rrjrcwv
Theeontrastfur th dellrsnrof laid Wood Will
expire on the Hh of June, ISftt. '
rarment io ne mae ax me ena or racn monin,
for Ine wood dellrered durlnff said month
PROPOSALS.
. The full name ind post of9ce address of the bid ler
tnust aipe4r In trie propositi.
If a bid Is made In the dame of a firm, the names
of all the parties must appear, or the bid will be
considered as tbelndhldual proposal or thepartr
Iriilnctt. a i isi i
1ronoaali from ftWyaJ perflri Witt not U tmtii
errl,aeteneiA of aUrytonre miuf eceompcmf tack
yrojmilim.
STOpusniS mull nv ntnifriim io utn, rAtfrnTu a
iiani, Assistant tiunrTeriniaairr u. , mut, vthbii-
lugton, U. C . and should be plainly marked " Fro
posils for Wood."
GUARANTTE.
Tho rcsnonslbllltr of the cuarantors must be
shown bj the oRlclal certlllcafe of the clerk of the
nearest iMsf rkl Court, or of the United states Dis
trict Attorney.
i ur auiiny oi ine uiuuirr iuiuiin comrreti, iimjuiu
It be awnrdf d lo him, must be guarantied br two rc
.piinslble persons, whose signatures must bo ap
pendrd tothepuarantce, anusaid fuarantee must
acfomjisny the bid.
Uiilders must be present In person when the bids
aie opened, or their proposals will not be cuoild-
errd.
Bonds In the sum onen tiiotisanu uouars, signed
bv the contractor and lioth of his suarantors. will
be required of the successful bidder upon signing
mo cuuiriui,
Form of Guinnltt.
We, , of the county of , and State of ,
and , of the county of .and State of, do
hereby guimnty Hint Is aile to fulfil the con
tract In accordance with the terms of his propo
sition, and that, should Ms proposition be accept
ed, he will at onco enter Into a contract tn accord
ance therewith.
should the contract be awarded to him, we are
prepared to become his sureties
To this guarantee must be appended the official
cert iUcite aNn e mentioned
The Depot quartermaster reserves to himself the
right to reject any or ail bids that he may deem too
high. y DWARD L. IIAHTA
Opt, and Ass't Quartermaster, U. S A.
dee 1 Jt.l
SPISCIAL NOTICK,
TO THE
C1TI7 NS OF WASHINGTON,
ot fix n uv nit: Atiuv ad a w
DDEOV HALL,
Tlieoldand established I&iPorlumof Qolhlnr.
that has, for so many years, supplied the rttlxens
of Wa'Mortun and lclnllr.wlih all that Is es
sential for the elegance an t comfort of the outei
man, Is now suj piled with the most complete and
fashionable sto.it that we hare e, er had the pleas
ure io oner .
IUATS, PANTS, and MTS or the most desira
ble sl lea that eoitld l found In the market
tjiir aanoriitieiii dibiijiviiii ura i' iwnai
HOSll RV, OLU M, fcc, caunot be surpassed and
will be sold at price that do not allow of compe-
iiuon.
LARGF STO K 6f MILITARY OVFncOATS
LAIU.K SIOCK OF MILITARY 0 t HCOATS
LAIU.K STOCK OK MIL1TAR OM.HCOAT3
LARGK STOCK MILITARY DKFS COATS.
LAHGK STOCK MILITARY DRI-JS COATS.
LAHbti SIOCK MILITARY Ull SS COATS.
LKWOr. STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY PANTS.
LARGE STOCK MILITARY VRVTS
LARGK STOCK MILITARY FSTS.
LARGK STOCK MILITARY VFSTS.
INDIA RUBCFR GOODS OF ALL DKSCRIf.
TIONS
VALisrj, CAnpfrr-nAcs. kc.
Our stock of BOYS' and YOUTHS' CLOTHING
lailiaUrifMtand most fashion able that has eter
been otroredln tbtscltr, and at the lowest prices
tney can possioir w ouiainrti in una cur.
B.V Call and see us at ODLON HALL, corner 4)
itreet and Pennsylvania avenue, the Great Cloth
ing Mart of aldington city.
nov t e . erj 1 ues, Tliurs, k Sat
TUlKASt'Il tlPTIIKHNITROBTATRS,
WAtKtuoTtiw, DtM.eu.berS, 19
On Wedneedylsst,thea.l lnstant.there disap
tKared irom t l.li oillce a package of blank "Certin
.atesof lndeMeilness,of thedenomlnatlnnof flte
thousand dollars, numbered from H.Wl tu Ifiouu,
bothlnclnshe. No certificates ULe them haeeer
Ueu Issuetl from this oitlce.nnd none will eier I
isbiied.
Ihe true cert Ifltates of (he denomination ol fltc
thousand dollars hare their numbers wmittch on
the ra.ctn iel Ink, at the uertn corners. dlredl
unter the mirKlnal bolder. The words MIf the order
I lank be not tilled up, this certificate, iaued to
, will I paid lo bearer," aro raiMTin on the
if k of the ctrllflcAtrs, In t rd fair. All that hate
een Issued sine alout the 1st lnslftnttcommebt,tng
about tio tl.&k), lime the Urifc (lenouiluatlon,
CmdO," prutliston tho fice, lu rettlnk. All certlfl
cKlestlmt wllUtiue from Ihlsofllceln future, nill
le liueinose issued nereioiorr. inose in ine iom
package did rfnirtithegenulne In hating the words
AtMnM"oted,tll! 'Iftheonler Hank W nut filled
lilt. I hi (frlllli?'LtP. liauetl lo s ... Will be?TMld to
hearer," rriytuieittwi Me hce of the ceitiltcite, be
ginning oer the tlguelte,nud there taking the
llncobf ihebor Wr,and cimllniied Ulowon ech
end, oertlieengrate! denominations of "tout"
lltenumuera ari itiiiMruiu uu tun run, tit itu ih,
inofh lhe'6nui 'denominntloiii the liriredenom-
ii.stttsis u In rrren Iisk Certlllcates of I he denom
ination of one thou (Ms I (Uillars, anstt erlng t)i0 tie-
SLllillonoi UOm) icisi, naTU ueeu ana are ieing
ISIUeilJ lU( aatillf til lltill urill'llllllraliuit IIKI C HtTlt
OaI.
iirt all trenuliie eerlltltiates there Is an ornate flr-
ureorgKrlaixl nlavedo.tr and unJer each of the
two scrolls con lining the denominational figures,
"&mu" Ihcgsrlsud matches three Indentations
otthf scroll, running lenginwiie ui ineceriancaie,
an i ta aliout ihrre ouirlers of an inch loner, an
eighth of an inch n ide In the centre, tsiwrlng 1 oth
warifrom thecenlrc. On the lost vertmoAtes, this
KirHo'l does not appear. F. F. si'i.NN K,
net: ly-yiy il iuri,rut in uunru aiatri,
en TAKE NOTICK. KQ
M.T. PAllKrU,
NO 69IOUI3IANA AVFNUF,
Reipectfully And chrerfullj reluins thanks for the
lleral pahonage I tthcrtu recti, Cd.
JlA.lugcter) ftLllll) rudolng
Till. BFST
itousr, SIGN,
ANUDCCOn-TIVr
PAINTING.
Togellier with all work pertaining lo a FinjT
ci ass I'llntlugltKblUhment
lltMiasiiol.rallAnt,) In soliciting a continuance
of Ihe 1 ui lUafitor.
If, Vnretare .VtitomiWf
Tm Worl UarrceptionalUt
An 1 putlculir Attention Is paid lo
PROMPTNr IS IN Vi tlt RV,
t3 Remember Ihe numl er I
au Louisiana Avenue,
oct2l 3ni let. alxth audhitcuthitieets.
MMIOM ;
I AH
K. Ial.OYU,
ATTORhVY
FOR CLAIMANTS,
and aocnt ron rnocuiiiNa
Bounty Lands. Pensions, Arrears
of Pfty, Fxtra ray, fcc ,
WASHINaTUN. I. U..
Alii gle proiui t aud efllclent atttntlon to the
..rokcutlon of Llilmu of eteri dehcrlntlon azalnst
the Got eminent, and make no charge unless sue
LPBaiUI.
Both references and charFea for irrtlces ulll be
mititesntlsfa(,lorys
Ly-1 in Urns si 1 urrd for sobllers wounded or dls
e ut.1l during the existing wart also, (or the widows
and orphans of sol ltrra who hat e illnl from wounds
or dUerutf lin-iirrttl while in the UultM Stftteg aer
tliet also, Kouut) Monet for the heirs In Uw ol
anl licra sit ke Ait d during the existing war
J-etsdltUltd with tiliorne) ior other persons for
wnnllnghutitiiiBS Ihe bight st 1 ricts pnl I for Ltnd Wat rants.
Addrta
1HOMAS V, LLOD.
Attorney for CUimauts,
Nu. io heteuth street,
Washington, D. C.
N n Mltors of paixts publishing the nbot e card
will I entitled lo ui sirtbes to tho Amount ol
llielrihArgts. 1.J-.L.
dio li w
J)
IfiTKCTlVIC nnPARTMKNT,
Mt.1 hfiruuiAN efui.fi r ,
No niO JMe.entli street ireat,
I AVdi 0t corner of lnnytmnlu atmue,
I The nutllc Are beret Informed, that All cases
remilrlsirrtlie ..eMUta of atteteotlie btticer will I
prumi ll aim varriiiMir niicnura, iu, jttw vj
' ike ilea lausrters. No. old Eleventh street west.
., t.. ...n. I. Ion nt
, tm ti uiitii.iuiti ..
' ,.' i.V Di
I Ruyriiuicuiiriii ui tits;. iu)'watu wtivvi
noT3o-3w7ra
KKT
smtaTi-t v
' .JNTALLiftU ,
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i;mm;m
ii t .. Lrxti 111 nil
iltJiAla
, 1 Well
untj
FOR RHKOMATIJM, OOUT, NEU1ULOIA, LUM
BAGO, STirr NKCK AND JOINTS STRAINS,
ERUISFS CUTS, 'AND WOUNDS. TfT' '
HEADACHIC. AND ALL RllIDMATKJ
AND NERVOUS D1S0RDUU . .
a. i jm i.l uhi i 3V lr .
' rne all sir whleh it la a meed aad eertelA re me
Si, kA a.rer falls.' TMs,LUImht Is jireparad
froia Ike nclpe of fir, Jtapkn Sweet, of coaawt
lent, tha faaiaas boBM.tUr,ad kae been sued la
Ms practice, for more than twenty Tesrs.'-irlUl tha
most astpalshlD, success. ', . "
t .re
1
AS At) JLUtrUTOK OF PAIK. It Is oarlr.lcj
by anr preparation before the public, of which the
most skeptical nay be contlneed Dye suiie trial.
TU. tlnlaient will cur. rspUly ami radically,
Rhenjnatle Dlasnlara of every Und, and, In
thousands of cases, wbereU has been used, It has
nerer been known to fan.
FOR XSVMLOU.lt will afibrd Immediate teller
In every case, however olstresslnc
It will relict e the worst easee of JltiDi CHS In
three minutes, and Is wsrranted to do U.
TooTlUCllE.'nUa, will It Sure Initially.
fob Kvnroi's debility akd oexeral us-
SITUDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, this;
Unlment Is a most happy and unfailing remedy.
Acting directly upon the nervous tissues. It
strengthens and revlrlf.es the system, and restores
It to etsatlclty and vigor1.
ro riL8.An an external remedy, we claim
that It la the best known, and we challenge the
world to produce an equal. Every victim of this
distressing complaint should give It a trial, for It
will not Tall to afford Immediate relief, anJ, in a
majority of oases, will effect a radical eure,
QtJMr M.D SORB THROAT are sometimes
extremely mallgnsnt and dangerous, but a timely
application of this liniment will nerer fall to
cure.
SfRAIS are sometime, very obstinate, and en
largement of the Joint. Is liable to occur tf neg
leetfd. The worst case may be conquered by this
Llotmrnt In two or three dsvs.
BRV1SES, CUTS, !l'0l,DS, SORES, VUERS,
BVRSS, AKD SCALDS, yield readily to tha won
derful healing properties of DR SWrErS IN FAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc
tions. Also, LIHLBLAIKS, FROSTED FEET, AKD
IS1ECT BITE1 AKD ST1SGS.
i)R. BTEPnEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
The Great Natural Bone Setter.
DR. BTEPJTEN BWEET, OF CONNECTJCpT,
Is known all over the united states.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is the author of " Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment."
DR. BWEETfl INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Rheumatism, and never falls.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia.
DR. SWEEPS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Burns and Scalds Immediately.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures IIcAdahelmniedlate)y,andwasneer known
to fall.
DR. BWEETB INFALLIBLE LTNIMENT
Affbrds immediate reltef for Piles, and selJom falls
to cure.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Toothache In one minute.
DR. BWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately and leases
no icar.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Ii the lit remedy for Sores In the known world.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
His been used bj more than a million people, and
all praise It.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LlNIMENT
Taken Internally, cures Colic, Cholera Morbus, and
Cholera.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is trull "'" friend In need," and every family should
ha.e It at hand.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Ii for sale by all Druggists. Price 23 and 60 cents
A rrlend lu Need. Try It.
DP. SiVFEVS INFALLIBLE UMMENT, as an
external remedy, Is without a rival, and will Alle
tAte pAln more spceutiy ihAn Any other prepara
tion For all RheumatlcandNertousDlsorderslt
Is truly lntAllli'Ie, And, as a curative for Sores,
Wounds, Sprains, Bruises. Ac , Hi soothing, heal
ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite
the Just wonder And astonishment of all who hste
ever gtren It a trial. Over one thousand certifi
cates of remarkable cures, performed bj It within
the last tu o years, attest Ihe fact.
To Horse Owners I
DR WEFTS ISFALLIBLE LINIMEST FOR
tlUUSkS Is unr I tailed by any, and In all oases of
Lameness, arising from sprains, Bruises, or
WrencMug, its ettet-t Is magical And certain. Har
ness, or MtUUe (.Alls, BoraUhes. Mange, ke , It will
also cure speedily. BpaWn and Ringbone msy be
easily preente4 and vuredln their Inclplentitages,
but confirmed cases are bet ond t he possibility of a
rauicaicure. no ciib ui invKiutu owcter, is so
desperate or hopeless but It maybe alleviated I y
this Llutinent. ami Its faithful application will al
ways remove ine lameness, anu enauie rne nurse
to tm el with iomparAtlre caic.
PR, SW E F.T' 1
INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
IS TUB
SObDlUK'H KHIKND,
And thousands hat e found It truly
AFRIENDINNFLDI
Ask for "Dr, Sweet's Infallible Liniment," and
tskeno other. Be not deceit ed by uuprlmlnlcd
dealers, who will try to palm oil some other article
ou which they can make a little more profit,
1 be ttity cent bottle contslns three times as much
as the twenty cent bottle, and Is much the cheapest
IO OU). II) 11
Cautlou,
To aroll Imposition, obsene the Signature and
Likeness of Dr. Stephen Sweet on eery label, and
alio "Stej hen Sweet's Infallible Liniment" blown
lu the kUi f ch bottle, without which none
sre gcuulue.
RICHARDSON h CO,
Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct,
MOnGAN A LLFN, General Agents,
40 Cliff Street, New Vork.
17 Bold by all dealers everywhere,
no 11 ly
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Tin CAMDEN AN& AMWYAND'HflCABKL.
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1 atlfassaf t mm ai a -ml .if. Jusla-i
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WILL LaUYI AS' FOLLOWS Til I Fife.
A.M,laQdiUAmboy CkA.
Accommodation $3 9S
e AjM..lalmtaaiiaakeiaetavCltr'-New
Jersey AoeommotUtton' -.. S2Sl
At
B AJM.vuKensinrtonudJrneyi.ityr
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MorfttMMaUt - - - )
At MIiP.MHraCaiad&andAmboT--Aeeon
raau " ' w
t. t 'moiatlOD - - 3.30
At 1 P. M , Tla Camden and AmboyC. aad
' A, Express J so
At -4 P. M ,VU Camden and lersey Cltf -
KreningKKpresea umi . a. r sxw
At : 4 'P. M- Via Camdeei lad Jersey City
Sd Class Ticket - 3(
Al t( P. M , Tla Keaslngton and Jersey City
V KTftnfnrMallw S0o
At 19 P. MJ.tia Kensington and Jersey Cltyi
At S P. M ,ria Camden and AmboyAooonv
modatkm (rreleat and Passenger
- 1st class ticket - 3Jrf
Sd clae ticket - 1X0
Tha SU P. M. Line runs dailr. Rindava sxeeoted.
The l P. M. southern Mall run daily. .
- VaY U NtS4la-V n
"ror urmoi, rrenion, sto' nt t i an ji m
MdO.s.soand 11 P. MjfromXenslngton. and Vi
rM.irtjni vvaintitairvv wnari
Foe Bristol and Intenaediste Stations st 1IJ( A.
n .irom neaiinrraTir.
For Palmyra, Itlvsjrton. Delaneo, Mveriys Bur
UngtonJ I torenee, Bordeniown, Itc at 2Ht h
and ft V P. M. ' ' a , '
Bieamnoas iTenionf ior noranrown ana inisr
mediate statloait lit 1MP.M. from Walnut street
wharf,' i - i e
1 EJ For new Yonr, anu way unee tearing Ken
sington Depot, take the Care Fifth street, abore
Walnut, half an hour before departure. The Cars
run into the Depot, and on arrlral of each Train,
run from the Depot.
Fifty pounds of Baggage only allowed eaeh pas
enren passengers ere prohibttec, from taking
anything as Baggage; but their wearing apparel.
The Company limit their responllblUty for Bei
irer niiy pounas, ip ne paia ior caira.
r limit thalr resnonllblUt v for Barrare
to One Dollar per pound, and will oof be liable for
UI ima iAuar er ouiKieiuiv win out va uawt iur
anr amount berond 100 Dollars, sntaent br special
contract. WM. H. CMTZMFR, Agent.
ap xa
TITUVTKR AnRAWOKMENT.
FblladelpUla, Wilmington aud Baltimore
a A I L R O A D
On and after MONDAY.1 NOV. 19, 1841,
PASSE QER TBAISS J.J t'Et PHILADELPHIA '
For Baltimore, at l.W a. id , MS a m , II 35 a. m ,
t Enreia.i and 100 n. nx.
-orCTieiter.at8.l5a. m',11 a m,affandl0 60
For Wilmington, at I a. m , 8.15 a. m , 11 M a,
tn .ItSand tooOp m.
Fur New Castle, at 8 15 a. m. and 1 4d p. n.
For Dover, at 8.1S a, m, and J 45 p m.
For Mtlford, at a 15a. m.
For Salisbury, at 8.1a a. m.
T&AlhS FOR PJHLADlLTltlA
Leave Baltimore at 8.30 a m, (Express,) I 05 p
IO , lsJ-Apraraisl, I.V IIUU I ( 1U , .Airicslsl ,
Uare Wilmington at 7 W and 11 IS a. m ,4 15,
a J, ami a ou n in.
Ia e Salisbury At 3.15 p m.
Leave Mllfonl at ,M p. m
Leave Dover at 1 a m.andeMOn ra.
I h j Kaw Casstla al 1 1 a. tn. and 8 10 n M.
Leave Chester at 8.) a. ra , 11 16, 4 60, and 9 so
p tu. c
Leare Baltimore for Salisbury and IntermedUte
stations at 0 90 and 7 p m j for Dover and loterme
oiAie siAiions, at 1 nop m.
TBAISS FOR BALTIMORE
retire Chester at 8.45 a. ra . 17 OS and HMD
Leave Wilmington at 4 a. m., 1 76 a. m , 13.35
p m , and 17 a n,
FRKIOHT TBAIN, with Passenger Car attached,
will run as follows
Leave Philadelphia, for PerryvlUe and Interme
diate places, at S 10 p m.
Leave Wilmington, for Pertyvllle and Intermedi
ate blnces, at 7 10 p ra.
Leave Baltimore, for Havre d Grace aad Inter
mediate stations, at a a, m.
ON SVS DATS ONLY
At a SO a ra. and 10 60 n. m . from Philadelphia to
Baltimore .
At 7 rrorn Baltimore 10 rniiaueipnia.
Tha a xt a. m Train from Phtladelnhla to Balti
more n 111 ma dally, Moroats rcxrrrrcn.
0 at x r isivn,
JanT-tf President.
FIR DOS TOW, VIA NEWPORT AND
ALLKlHl. ,;
By thesplendUand superior steam-
era Hi . 1 Paurut.cs.nrnr.
STATK.BAV STATE, and UTATK
of great strength and speed, but particularly
adapted to tlie navigation of lJnjr Island Sound,
runnlnt In eonneetlon wllh the (all rii er and Old
Colony railroad, distance of 65 miles only to Boa
ton LeAt Pier No. 8, North rlrer, near the Battery.
Ihe steamer kMPIRK srATF, Capt. Brajlon,
Mondays, Wednesdajs, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock
P, M .touching at Newport eaeh way.
The steamer MITROPOL1S, Cayt. Brown, on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdajs, at 4 o'clock
P. M , touching at Newport each way,
These stesmers are Uttedwlth commodious state
rooms, and every arraugement for the security and
comfort of passengers, who are afforded by this
route a night's rest ou board, and, on arrlral at
Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching
Boston early the following morning, or may remain
on board until starting of the accommodation at 8
A M , by w hlch they may reach Boston about 8.46
A baggage master Is attached to each steamer,
who melt es and tickets the baggage, and accom
panles theeime to Its destination
A iteamer runs, la connection with this line, be
tween JrAllrltcr and Prol lence,dally,except Sun
dais. Freight to Boston Is forwarded through with
great dispatch by an x press Train, which, lea. es
all rtt er et er) morning, Sundaj s excepted, at 1 ;
o'clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving at
Its destination t about 11 A M,
For freight or passage, Apply on board, or at the
ofilce, on Her No. J, North rher. lor state-rooms
and berths, apply on board, or If desired to secure
them In advance, to -.- .
WM. BO RDF N, Agent.
I aug 17 If 70 aod 71 W est street, N. V,
W
XCBTf NORTIIW1CHT, AND SOUTH-
TO CIVILIANS, OFFICFR BtNDS-MEN.
SOLDIERS, AND OtllHlS. '
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
are running inrougn passenrer lraimirom ald
ington to fhc OMo rltcr, without ehAOge cf cars
lUih at 11; a. m. andfiu ni . and ottfcrs srrLater In-
dm.en.enls to the tratellngpulllo that any other
route, vii 1
CJIrI, 11 rAitr,
LI S3 CHANGES OF CARS,
CLOSFK CONN Cl'lONS,
AND QUICK R TIMF.
This Is the only route that check 1 bAggsga from
WaaMnfT-tnu cllvlo the West. Tickets sood until
uned 1 and naiaeiiffers hate the prlUlere of laving;
over at anj point 00 the route.
rasseilgeri prutjuritia ihstii uj- iuiiiuuic.ihic
thedelat AndexpensebfOniiilhuBlrHnsft'r. "
IOMFMBI R THE ONLV OFUCF to procure
tickets. Is at the depot or B. fc O R. R iWu'e
receh ed at any hour during the daj , and no ciiarjfe
for handling baggAge. augTO tf
CAFRTYi 8PKRD, AND COMFORT.
FOR BOSTON.
WOICFSTER, PAIMrR. FITCHDURG,
NASHUA, LOW I U CONCORD, THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND IN-
ILRMLDIAIK POINTS
jijr-", THE new And staunch iteamrrsof
.TrW t!'9 Norwich Line, CITY OF BOS-
lufaamlLlTY OFNLW lORJt, IcAte New otk
dally. (Sundays excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p m., from
Pier No, 30. North Hit er, foot of ritry itreet,
OR NEW LONDON.
Tliere connecting with the Steamboat Express
Train for the above points, vto Norwich and V"tor
cester, Bostou and Worcester, Worcester and
Nashau, and New London and Northern Railroads.
Freight taken at the lowest rates.
For Information, inquire of
E. S. MARTIN,
my.2tj tf Agent, on the Pier,
"pVANS 4 WATSON'S
l'JIIHWLrlllA,
SALAMANDm,
F1R' AND
I1UHULAB FROOF1
SAFES.
s.ore.M soul.. Fourth .1r..tUjli))aiI)a
Order, received ty w. D ,1IrPIIFrin
Corner of Boventh and Ostrerls,
11 asoinsiua, u u.
Jan ll-ljr
AC A 11 U eTlie undersigned beys leal e lo In
lorrahta friends .ml the imlilla lli.t lie hi.
Uiuelit th. lolerr.t of Nat. lline.' BJiRllns aud
. . . . a l....l.ll.t. ... Un Jlllli..nlli.lM.t
)lAlrlressingesiaDiisiimeni,no iBcv.mn.irvYi.
near the corner ol u. (opuo.ua ine i-aieoi uiuoc,!
where he Hill conllnu. to carrronlhe Shailng
and H.lreuttlng liuslness la the latest str le.
Thankful lor past fal on, be would solicit a share
of tke putille patronage.
Fartluular attention ritil toeuttlne ehlldrcn'J
bslr. V11I.I.IAW b. enaiiilAn
de t-lm'
CTHieiUD LOCK HOSF1'
a&a0lU
TALa
ESTAVUsnnrae mttoh rwvm ejvAraKaT
THE Off LT PLACB WRKOSLA CBBE CAM KOiTAlKED-
DR JOJiaST0abaaAtoMTeidtlM laMt Cer.
t'. t?MsW mbA oeaT JWbslisalj HemaaW, tfce
World for Wekess,of it Bask er SJmtm, Mrie
turef.AffeetloaioLe) klUeys hmAjmtmm la
voluntary Mecharaaa, limtMsr, tteeri Jksbtu
ty,Nsrrousnese, Pyssjafsu. tsnisar.iLow JpSrlts
CMfusloa of Idsas; TOiuU-moT ta HeasVXim
Uty, TremWlnn, iflmsMM fit 4Hh r QkWmu,
awaw of thn Head, Throaty lS.eoe W,Z
tat of the Lungs, Momaeli or Iwwrela UoesiTer
rlbsa UsorJers artsisat from the 8nll.fr frfUtatta ol
ToutMhoM acenrri And eolltary Hiilliis not
Atal to their yletlna thaa ttetfaacotayMSMtii
Dm Msrlners 0 Utysae, biTghSig blt ascartebrth
llant nones or anflrit)atlona.rKlerlne strltt.
T:v&VNoi,Rk".,,.Tw'i
Eiteeiaiir. wno itava Deeom ijm rvietissa r Roil-
tary .Vlea, ihati dreadful -and 4strurtlre"hAMt
wtnen annnaiiy evweepa 10 aa wmmejy rrare iaou
SeUMta: of a nun Men of th moat Mte4 taleate
and trltllant Intellect, whe might Otherwise bare
entraaaedllatealnr desmtea witlilJe tkii&eiefaor
eloquence, or waked to ecstasy the living lyrj may
call wllh nill confidence. mil !
,.jf . i) MARIAOliETrifir-aJ
Mart ted Persons, or Young Men aeoatesapbUIng
raarrlaae belna awara ol ohraleal irrsknsasi nr.
ganlo ileblUtr, dtformltUs, SaCj, peedlly eured.v
ne wno pmrca atniswji umw ma oaep or sir. J.
mv relhriouely eonflde la his hoaoe as aftwatleman,
aMtWAAtkaUy rely upon hlaaklltaanstiiyitelui
- OROAMIO WKAKNIM "i
Immediately Ciired And FuB Tlgoi-BestbreA 1
1 This Dreadful DHaaewarkleiv iVnittrra' riftiMLfa.
erable and NairlAgv Imnosstblelathti bcniiiy
paw oy ine ricnms di improper iwnigencee.
VaunsTtiersoaiaretoo int ra MBnrlt MMttM fmm
not being aware of the dreadful consequence that
Ml MM. VttTJ Wtin that mAtrtnfAm thsa .K-
Ject will pretend to "deny that the ptiwvr nf procre-
.m.k I. utua.a.kw(luua r.lllla l.il.r "
niit(n euvuTi vj suun acauiiisj miu mpruPCr
hAblta thaa hr tha twudeatl BMlda i.hm.
prlred tho pleasures of healthy onprtngTUie nin
seiioueand destructive symirtottstobctthbwly'snd
mind arise. The system beeomet deranrM'Jhe
FhvslcAl and Mental Functions Weakened .Lnta ni
procreatlve Power, Nervous Irritability, Driiwp
sia. Palpitation of the He arVfrtdlreitton, Coriifl
tutlonal DeMlltyi m Wasting oftherrame, CougLi,
Consumption! lie. nJrr M '
OFFICE HO. 7. 3UUTII FREDERXCE ITBCGT.
Left hand sldefeolar from BalllmoMtjta. a r.
doors from the corner. Fall not to observe name
and number. , , ,fi a-,.,.
Letters must ne tald and contain a alamn m.
Doctor's DIplottAshsag In his offloe, j
DR. JOHNSTON, 4
Member of tho Rovat College or StitMnna iri..b..
Kaduate from one oftke most eminent Colleges la
e United atates, and tha Rreaterpartotwhose
life has been spent in the hospitals or London, ra
rli, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some
of the' most astonishing cures that were eter
Mown 1 nan KvuittruwiiuruiginginTaeneaU and
ears when asleep, great nervousness, being Alarmed
at auddea sounds, basbfutnessa with frequent bios h
Ing, attended sometimes with a derangement of
mind, were cured Immediately. "
TakA PartleaTar Xattee t
Tie. 1. addresses all those who bara Inlurasl (kam.
selves by Improper Indulgence and solitary .Habits,
which ruin both body and mind, untitling tbem fur
cither business, study, society or marriage.
Tnxst are some of the aad and melanehelv effects
produoed by earlr hatdta or youth, vlii Weakness
of tha Back and Limbsj ralnatn thallaait. rMmn.s.
of Mrht, Loss ofiMusoulariPower, Palpitation of
Uaaiican, ivj priasta,nrvuairritapiiiij-, Derange
ment of the IXjrcittt e runctlons, General DeblUIy,
symptoms of consumption.
ManTALLT. The feaiful effVotson tha mind are
much to bodreAded Loss of Memory, Confusion of
Ideas, Depression of vnirlts, rli Forebodingi,
Aversion to Society, Belf-IHstruit. Lore of Solitude,
Timidity, ko., are aome of lb evils produced.
Ihousandaof persons of all ages can aow Jnuga
what IsthecAUieof their declining heaith toeing
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and
emaciated, having a singular appearance abM.t the
eyes, cough and symptoms of consumption.
YOUNG MCN, ,
no nave Injured themseli n by a certain prut lee
Indulged la when alone a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, the ekeets of
which are nightly felt, even when atleap, and If
not cured renders marriage ImpoMlhle, and destroy
both mind and body, should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, the darling of his parent a, should be
matched from all prospects and enjoyments of life,
by Ihe oonsequenee of deviating from tha path of
nature and Indulging In a certain secret habit, luch
persons mcst, before contemplatlag
MARRIAGE,
reflect that a sound mind and" body1 are the most
necesssry requlsltee to promote connubial happi
ness Indeed, without these, the Journey through
Hfe becomes a wearr pilgrimage the prospect
hourly darkens to the view 1 the mla4 oeeoa.es
anailuwed with desoalr. and Ailed with tha melan
choly reflection that the happiness of another be-
04jmea uuauicu nw uur wwia.r r
DISKABfi OF IMPRUDENCP.
When the misguided and Imprudent rotary of
pleasure finds he has imbibed the seeds of this pain
ful disease, it too often happens that an Ui-tlfcwl
sense of sname, or oreaaoi aiscorery, ueters mm
frpm appliing to those who, from education and
respectability, can alone befriend him. lie falls
iniOinnn(iiwui iguuriut mw ucaiKniug iircirati-
ers, who, Incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary
substance, keep htm trifling month After month, or
as long as the smallest fee can be obtained, and In
despair lea. e him with ruined health to sigh ot er
bis railing disappointment f or, by the use of that
deadly poison, Mcrcum hasten the constitutions I
symptoms of this terrible disease, sucbae Affection
of the Head, Throat. Nose, Skin, etc., progressing
with frightful rspldlty till death puts a period tu
his dreadful s uttering by sending him to thAtun
disco, rred country from whose bourne no traveler
returns,
KNDORSEMFNT OF THE PREI
The many thousands cured at 'this Institution
within tha last eighteen years, and the numerous
Important Surgical Operations performed by Dr
Johnston, witnessed by the reporters or the Sun"
and many other papers, notices of which hare ap-
Ceared again and again before the public, besides
Is standing as a gentleman or character and, re
sponsibility, Is a sunt (.lent guarantee to thr af
flicted. ,
SKIN DISEASFS RPFEDILV CURED. 1
Persons writing should be particular la directing
their letters to his Institution, In theJbllewlug
manner: JOHN M JOHNSTON. M D,
UMtlmore Lock Hospital,
dec 15 ty Baltimore, Maryland,
pLAIMS AOAINBTtlNtTKD STATES.
FINLEYBIGGEn.OAte Realster of the United
States Treasury,) and CHARLrS K. SHERMAN,
Counsellors at Law, will derote their entire atten
tion to the prosecution and settlement of demands
against Ihe United states, growing out of the pres
ent war, including the Accounts and Claims ol
States, Contractors, and Disbursing OOloersi appli
cations for the restoration or property Illegally
seised or csptured, and for compensation ror the
use or private property ror Government purposes,
and for damages for the Injury of such properly I y
the army, for military pay, pensions, and bounty
landsi aud for distributive shares of moneys paya
ble at the Treasury and due to sub-contractor a and
others.
1 hey will also gtre legal advice to claimants,
contractors, and to unprofessional ageals tn llti-
Saled cities) and prepare written arguments when
est red
Willi non reshleut Agents who may send them
claims, an equitable division of commissions will
be matte. "
Undisputed Demands will l-e collected and
rromplly remitted for a commission of from a halt
o two ami a half per cent , depending on the
aiuounti and negotiations with the Departments
conducted on moderate terms.
By prompt attention, moderate charrvs, long ex
lerieiit.e, aud a minute knowledge of the ex laws,
regulations, rules, and precedents governing that
class of business at the Departments, they hope lo
render their sen ices usciui to viaiuanis aoupuwie
creditors.
Reference maybe made to members ot Congress,
atuiottioeraoi the Uotemmeutt and esneclallr. by
permlsslonttotbeHoa..LiiiiAWiimLLac,Hrsl
Ldmitrollerof the Treasury. ,.
AUureiS messrs. muur our ivu..,
Washington, D C.
nasi.. fAf- ia ttt atsiABt naa. Ti..iiini anil Wll
lards' llolel. "or -io.
fjnOl'OSAIJl FOR HAY. '
Sealed proposals are Int lied until the th d.j- of
Deccmhvr. ItM-t, for furntshliig the fiiiuslstence Do
iitirtinrnt at Wlhlnton, l. t, Willi too toot ol
)AY, Inhales ,
Thenret delivery lo he commenced on or about
the Oth day of Janu.rr, IBCS, and the whole guan
tlly put In within thltlydsjs front the Out dellt-
Vhe hay to be delivered at Sixth street wharf
and to be welshed end Inspected.
llldders must state, In their bids, the price per
1,000 pound, at which lliey wilt furnish the ll.l .
Firms ru.ktntr bids must state Ihe nsnies of all
the p.rtit s lutrresled. .... ......
Payment to be made la certificates of Indebted
ae...or.uch fund, as the U.veiuuientm.y hale
for ulstrlbullon.
Bid. tu be directed lo Col A. DFCKWITH, A, D.
CmU'tU.a.A, Washington, U, a, and en
dorsed " Proposals for Hay." de II
G.
V. (JOODAJ.r,
FLUMSEn,
OA8 AND STEAM FITTER,
604 &nlA ilrwf, near Conol Uridyl,
smN0TON. 0J
All orders executed at Ihe shortest notice, lojj
BIOSI SUUSlani l.l m.lin.r, irnwnu,i
pcrson.l allentlnn lveo to eiery dcpartciei
the business.
DH. ItOClAVOOD eantluues th. "Tirae
tlcof lciillstry,la the Wuhlnglon Building,
corner Fennsylranla aienue and a.r.nlh .trerl.
Having uracil. ed In the South nearly .lateen i e.r.
he feel, assured that he can give satisfaction to any
that ui) sail. , . -
(ecih Inserted on Vuloanlla, Rubber, nnaa
Plate. Lbloroforui adulnlstereawheifMeilrea''
I augl-K '
TIAI.T0I4MUD

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