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T AITOK aOVKRNHBNT SALB lU OF steamboats, wnarr-boath, barges, and otiub property. QtTAftTltMASTia GlWIRAL! 9"'"' J WAwaTO. D. C , July .J "v. Reeled .Prwoiftlt ars lavlted iiJ" " after iknroftbi purehasof th following- OTEAMBOATS, WHARF-BOATS, BARGES, aad other property. AT TITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, UNTIL MON AT DAY, "UIBBRIl.li ..lh. Blde-wheel steamer Davsuport (ferry-boat), res ialered IM tont. ... 8t.rJ.wbMl Itearasr Convoy, No.!, registered WhVehVu b seen at LITTLE ROCK, ARKAIf -SAS, BBtll the day of sale, AT VICKSBURO, MISSISSIPPI, UNTILFRIDaT, SEPTEMBER 13,11 M.,for Screw Tag Belle Darlington, registered M tool. Ob (1) Wharf-boat, 796 tons. On (t) WhaiMwat, 7S7 tool. Model Barges Porter Rhodes Bad George B. Me Clans, Nine (9) Gaawale Barges. Forty (40) Coal Boats. Oi (1) Yawt aad one (1) Floating Dock. All o which can be seen al VICKSBURO, MIS- BI6SIPPI, until th day of sale. AT NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI. UNTIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 13 H., for On Wharf-boat, 700 tons. Mod! Barge Mollle. Fit (3) Gunwale Bargee. Tare ( Coal BoaU All f which caa be aa at NATCHEZ, MISSIS SIPPI, oatU th day of aal. AT If BW ORLEANS, LA, UNTIL WEDNESDAY. uurousu 4, urn, or in Model Bar? Mulllzaa. and on (11 Coal Boat. Which caa b seen at PORT HUDSON, LA . natll tnedav ofaala. Forth W bar r-boat Natehex, 700 tons; aad two (2) Coat Boata. Which caa be -rcon at BATON ROUOE, LA., natll id aay or saie, ALSO, for th Side-wheel filwmtr Colonel Holeomb, (build- lag-,) registered x20 too. Side-wheel Steamer Illinois, reel a tered 600 too. blde-wheel Steamer W. B. Savory, regletered 62 Eldewhl8teamr J. M. Brown, reglitered 839 toaa. Side-wheel 8 learner A. O. Brown, registered 229 toot. Side-wheel Steamer Ohio Belle, registered 300 ton. Side wheel Steamer Mnttanir. registered 178 ton. Side-wheel Steamer Saint Charlea, reglitered M7 toaa. Side-wheel Steamer Diana. rfflatard 7R0 torn. 6tdewheel Steamer E. II. Falrchlldi, registered U1 ton Side-wheel Steamer J. K. Adams, registered 687 torn. Sldewheel Steamer SwUserland, registered 019 tona. Stern -wheel Steamer IdaMay,reglstered2M tons. tuern-wneei meamer iowa, registered asi ions. Stern-wheel Steamer Altamont, registered 39! tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Dick Fntton No. 2, regis tered US tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Colonel Benedict, registered 191 ions. Stern-wheel Steamer Colonel Chandler, regis tered 2n ton. Stern-wheel steamer Cornle, registered tons, btera-wheelSteamer Llixi Davis, registered tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Colonel Chapln, registered Screw Tog Leviathan, registered 324 tons. Screw Tog Blnnle Bank., registered 32 tons. Screw Tog Baltic, registered 111 tone. Scrw Tng Captain Pitkin, (now building ) Scrw Tug (no name and now building ) Screw Tng George K. Tyler, registered 116 tona. Screw Tag America, registered -US tons. Screw Tng Hancox, registered l.W tons. Screw Tng Admiral, registered 10-1 tons. Screw Tor Gladiator, registered 171 ton. Centre-wheel Steamer Kepper, registered 81 tona. v-mr-'wuMi oivauier uenerai uanaom, regis tered 104 tons Centre-wheel Steamer Colonel Colbnrn, regis tered 91 tons. Model Barges Nos. 10, 11. and Abbey. Canal Boat Rosalie. Tea (10) Gunwale Barges. Twenty-fonr (24) Pontoon Boats. Fonr (41 Yawl Boats, one (11 811 Boat. nn l M-talllc Boat, five 0) bklffs, and one (I) set of nay a. All of which can b seen at NEW ORLEANS, La. , natll th day of aie. AT MOBILE, ALABAMA, UNTIL THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 12, 12 M , for the Side wheel Steamer Lanret Hill, registered 7S3 ions. Side-wheel Steamer Warrior, registered 466 tons faldewhlSteainer James Battle, register! 021 tons. Sldwhl Steamer Ariel, registered 302 tons. Side-wheel Steamer N W. Thomas, registered 611 tons. Side-wheel Steamer Starlight, registered Xi tons. 61d-whel steamer Iberville, registered Oft. tons Blde-wheel Steamer J. D. Swain, registered 227 toaa. Stern-wheel Steamer Jennie Rogers, registered jmo ions. Stern -wheel Steamer R. B. Hamilton (sunk, ) reg Istered 199 toaa. Screw Tng Perry, registered 1M tons. Screw Tag Alph Catling, registered 91 tons. Screw Tag Blossom, registered 54 tons Model Barf Ford.Canal Boat Ooldn Era, Canal Boat (no name), forty (40) Pontoon Barge, thirty (30) Yawl Boata, and three (3) Sectional All of which can b seen at MOBILE, ALABAMA, natll th day of sal. Persons making proposals for more than one boat or barge, should giro the name'or number of each boat or barge bid for, with price pro posed to be given for each. Each envelope containing a bid should be sealed, aad th nam of the boat or barge, or de scription of th properly, endorsed thereon, and addressed to Brigadier General L. B. Parsons, Chief of Rail and Rlvr Transportation, In care of th officer In charge of river transportation at the point designated for opening bids Th Government reserve the right to withdraw aay of th above property, and to reject pro posals If dmd too low Payments to b mad In United States cur rency, upon tbe acceptance or any proposal, and prior to the delivery of th property, A foil description of th property may be ob tained on application to Colonel ArtburKdwarda, assistant quartermaster, St, Louis, Missouri. hr order of th Quartermaster General : LEWIS B. PARSONS, Brig, Gen. and Chief or Rail and River Trans portation. i'4 ! LARQEQOVERNMENT SALB Oi' COAL 1,000,000 BUSHELS. -,- . Wmnio'ro)i,.D. C, Angustfl, 186-5. SEALED PROPOSALS are Invltod and will b received at the places aud until the date here alter aamd, tor th purcb of all the sur plus Coat at those places, belonging to th Gov ernment. AT LOUISVILLE. Rr . unlit 11 inv t of WEDNESDAY, August 30, for Coal lylna at LOUISVILLE, Ky., and NASHVILLE, Teuu at or. ijuuia, mo , until 12 o'clock M TUESDAY, September fi, for Coal Win ul CAIRO, HI., MEMPHIS, Teno , HELENA. Ark, . and MOUTH OF WHITE RIVER. AT VICKSBURO, M! , until 12 o'clock M , of ykidxy. September u.rorUol lylngat VICKS BURO, Mis AT NATCnEE, Miss., until 12 o'clock M , of MONDAY, September 18. for Coul lying at NAT CHEZ, Mis. Separata proposal wilt alio be received at the same tlm for the Barge and Boata containing the Coal. Each envelop containing a bid should be sealed, and th name or number of the Barge containing It endoraad thereon, and addressed to ' Brigadier General Lewis B. Parsons, Chief of Rail and River Transportation, " In care of the Maartermaater In charge of river transportation at the Dolnt designated tor OMnln? th bids. Payment to b made In United State currency npoothe acceptance of any proposal, and prior i aeiivery 01 tne property, Th Govern inent reservea the right to withdraw any vt ih Coal and th Barges containing It, and to reject prop.,-! If deemed too low. By order of th Quartermaster General. . ., LEWIS B. PARSONS, Brigadier General aud Chief Rail and Klrr TraBsportatloa ang7dtan3Q PROPOSALS FOR COAL. ULkAIMipODirArCEl) -- u -HVT ""ATaivT, V Waihdkitoit, fjrtb, d.iWerr, l IL, OrJu.ut, y.rj (i ffi .!" tttt twit, vt ttt m..t IUIUUvriUDll I .l S00 bu.bU of CUucu.lt fur urdmnc tur Tb.boT.coU tok. of th b.at lil!ll-, iuj abject to lB.pctiuu before aceeiit.ace All of lb. o.l to be tlttvered by (lie l.t ofne tobor, 186J, ire of expeaw to the Oof .ruiueut APPUO , PAPB11 rOfl BALK AT JW HtlKM, AIUIT MEMTOtty. ucutabt or was. lion. BJwIn M. Etaatoa OEo, ond loor War Doputmost. AMISTABT KCBRAKT 0 WAIt TJoa. O. A. SatlA OfflotL third llr Wat Dtputment. UUHSAIfia-CQIXT. 00e In ehkm of C.nt.ln O. K. LmL AxUUnt AdluUnt OtnenL Ho. 20 Winder', Balldlog, lecond floor. cniir or rrArr. Major Oenenl H. W. Hillock ODo. cor- , n.r x ana Mnnu-Dtn simis. . H .t . . ADJUTANT aZNSSAL. Srtgtdlcr Oeneril L. Thomu Offloo, War D.partm.nt BUREAU Or MILTT1KT JURICI. Brtfadl.r Central JoMjph Holt, 3aig Ad TocaU QDral Offloe. Winder'. Sulldlnr. eorner of F and Sarenteenth itreata. JDDQKS ADVOCATE. Major L. 0. Turner. Judn Adroate. De partment of Wuhlngtos, Ao. Offlce, 539 Seventeenth itreet Theopbilu Qalnflf. Major and Jadcr. Ad TooaU, Iw.ntj.ieoond Arm Corpt Office, u. ioneentn itreei. solicitor or Tn was dkpartiiist. lion. William Whiting Offlce, Room Mo. SI, War Department. MIDDLE MILITARY DIVtBIOHS. Major General Wlnfleld B. Hancock, com minding Office, Room 29, Winder'. Build in. Urtret Brigadier General 0. H. Morgan, Chief of Staff-Offlce, Room 29, Winder'! Building. Major 0. B. Fartont, Autitant Adjutant General Office, 148 F itreet. INSPECTOR OENEEAL'S DEPARTMENT. Office, 637 6eTenteenth itreet. BUREAU OF THE SIGNAL CORPS. Colonel B. F. Flatter, Chief Signal Officer Office, 187 F itreet. PROVOST MARSHAL GENERAL'S BtTREAU. ProToit Manhal General, Brigadier Gen eral J. B. Fr; Office, War Department. orncaai ih ruoToir habsbal shibal'i orrica. General and Mticellaneoui BuslneiaColo nel N. L. Jeffries, AuUtant to l'roroit Mar ihal General. Captain W. Owem, Fifth United Statu oaralrj. Dlibunementi, Acconnta, Keturns, Ae., under the enrolment Act Major ueorge iv. Burton, Aulitant Adjutant General of Vol unteer!. In chanre. Captain Samuel Dana, 17th Infantry, dU buriim officer. Captain II. R. Rathbone, 12th United Statei tniantrj, dtaountng omcer. Captain Richard Loder, 4th artlllerj, dii hnrtinie officer. Captain F. II. Barrolt, 2d Infantry, dli- onning oacer. ENROLMENT. ETC. Captain George K. Scott, Veteran Reaerre uorpi, in cnarge. DESERTERS, DESCRIPTIVE LISTS, ETC. Major T. A. Dodge, Veteran Reserre Corpi. VETERAN RESERVE CORPS. Captain Jamei McMillan, 2d Infantry, A. A. A. G. MEDICAL OFFICER. Surgeon J. II. Baxter, United Statei rol unteeri. ACCOUNTS OF DISBURSINO OFFICERS UNDER Al'I'ROPKIATIU.1 FORCOLLGUTIHU, UltlLLt INO. AND ORGANIZING VOLUNTEERS. Major Chauncey McKeeter, Aisiattnt Ad jutant General. QUARTERMASTER'S DEPARTMENT. Brevet Major General M. C. Meiers. Quar termaster General Office, Art Union build ing, corner or Pennsylvania avenue ana bev enteenth street. Brevet Brigadier General Charles Thomas, Assistant Quartermaster General. Colonel L. B. Parsons, In charge of fourth dlrlsion Quartermaster General's Office. Colonel A. J. Perry, In charge of second division Quartermaster General's Office. C lonel J. J. Danno, In charge of sixth division Quartermaster General's Office. Colonel B. C. Card, In charge of seventh and ninth divisions Quartermaster General's Office. Colonel George D. Wise, In charge of third division Quartermaster General's Office. Colonel G. V. Rutherford, in charge of eighth division Quartermaster General's Of fice. Colonel S. L. Brown, In charge of fifth di vision Quartermaster General's Office, in charge of Forage Office, New York oity. Brigadier General D. II. Rucker, Depot Quartermaster Office, corner G and Eigh teenth streets Captain J. M. Meore, Chief Assistant iiuanermasier uuioe, corner iwenty-nrst ana r streets. Colonel M. I. Luddington, Chief Quarter master Department of Washington Offlce, 534, 536, 538 and 540 Fourteenth street, near New York avenue. Captain R. BrinkerhofT, Assistant Quarter master Volunteers, Post Quartermaster Office, 232 G street. Cantain J. II. Croweil. Assistant Quarter master. In charge of Rents and Construction of Buildings Offlce, Eighteenth and Q streets. Cantain James G Pavne, Assistant Quar termaster, with General Rucker Office, Eighteenth and G streets. Captain D. u. Thomas, Military Store keeper Office, 304 H, near Seventeenth street. Captain C. II. Tompkins, In charge of Quartermaster's Stores, Wagon Transporta tion, Ac. Office, corner Twenty-second and G streets. Captain E S. Allen, Assistant Quarter master In chargo of River Transportation Office, foot Sixth street. Captain A. S. Nesmith, Assistant Quarter master, with Colonel Ludlngton Office, 63S Fourteenth street, near New York avenne. Captain T. K. Churoh, Assistant Quarter master on staff of General Slough, Alexan dria. Captain J. G. 0. Lee, Assistant Quarter master, Depot Quartermaster, Alexandria, Va. Captain E. M. Camp, Assistant Quarter master, in charge of Receiving and Messing Soldiers Office, Soldiers' Rest, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Depot. Captain Samuel D. Lauffer. Assistant Quar termaster, In charge of Forage Office, foot of or Beventn street. Captain Benjamin Durton, Assistant Quar termaster, In charge of Railroad Transporta tion Offlce, 401 C street, near Railroad De pot. Captain C. Baker, Assistant Quartermaster, with Captain Tompkins Office, Twenty second and G streets, Inspector of Camps, Ilorsesand Mules. Captain 0. S. Barrett, In charge of Re ceiving and Forwarding Ordnance Offlce, Arsenal. Captain II. B. Lacy, Assistant Quarter master, in charge of Receiving and Issuing Quartermaster's Stores and Payment of Crews of Government Vessels Office, foot of G street. CAVALRY BUREAU. Under command of MajorUeneral Ilalleck, Chief of Staff Offlce, 302 II street. Brevet Brigadier General James A. Ekln, in charge of purchase and Inspection ol horses, and Quartermaster duties Office, 374 II street. Captain George T. Browning, Assistant Quartermaster in charne of Denot of Cavalrv at Glesboro' Point, D. G. SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT. Brigadier General James A, B. Eaton. Commissary General Office on Lafayette Square, comer II street and Jackson Place. Lieutenant uoionei u. xien, Depot uom miliary Offlce, 223 O itreet. MEDICAL DEPARTMENT. Brigadier General J. K. Barnes, Surgeon General Offlce, eorner Fifteenth street and Pennsylvania avenue. Colonel Madison Mills, Medical Inspector General United States Armv Offlce. 302 II I street, cornet Seventeenth street, first floor. Ltent. Col. John Wilsen. Mediae! TnsnMtn. U. S. A Iruroeetov nf th. I)n.rtm.fit r,t i smiDgion omoexio. ui b.1 street, yvash- iiixivu. Burceon R. (T. AbbotL Med a1 ninuttn. -r , - i i, i n ... ' j un.u. oi h aaningvon uuce, dm jroor teenth street. Surreon Basil Norria. to attend r.ra ' in. regular army omce, corner Fourteenth and Q streets. Bun-eon Thomas AntlralL to attaint nfn.r. of the volunteer army Office, In a frame vuuumg on toe space nciwcen Atgnteentn ananineieentn streets, south side 1'enniyl ranta avenue. BuraeonC. Sutherland. II R A.. Mmtto.l a urveyor vmce, 212 u street, sear Mgh teenth. General Ltosnltall are nniler the char, of Burgeon it. v. ADDOlh UNITED STATES ARMT MEDICALMU8EUM. II street, between Fourteenth itreet and New or K avenue. Unen dallv. evcant Bnndava from 1a.m. until 4 p. m. EXAMINING BOARD FOR ASSISTANT SUB- ueuks vr vulu.iteeks. Thomu AntlielL President Office, in a trame Dutiaing on tne space between Elgh teenth and Nineteenth streets, south side i-enniyivania avonue. PAY DEPARTMENT. Breaet Brigadier General B. W. Brie Acting Paymaster General, in charge of th. Department Offlce, corner of F and Fifteenth streets. Chief Clerk. E. II. Brooke. Examination of Accounts umoe, ill r street. Major llutchlnt Discharge Omc. of all officers, corner F and Fifteenth streets. Major Rochester Discharge Offlce of all officers, corner IT ana tneentb. streets. Major Potter Discharge Office of regulars. oorner F and Fifteenth streeU. Malor Taylor Discharge Office of volun teer soldiers, corner Thirteenth street and Hew xorkavenue. ENGINEER DEPARTMENT Brigadier General R. Delaleld. Chief En gineer Offlce, Winder's Building, oorner F ana bevenuentn streets. ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. Brigadier General A. B. Dyer, Chief Office, Winder's Building, eorner F and berenteentn streets. MILITARY DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTON, Major General C. C. Augur, Commanding Department and Military Governor District Uolumblo Headquarters, iouretenth street, near riew lork avenue. Brigadier General J. A. Ilaskln, Chief of Artillery, Department ot Washington utile e, witn Major uenerai u. u. Augur. Captain II. W. Smith, Assistant Adjutant uenerai Discbarge umce tor Department, Office. 530 Fourteenth street. Col. T. Ingraham. Provost Marshal Dis trict of Washington, Fourteenth street, near Itew lork avenue. DEFENCES OF WASHINGTON. Llent. Col. B. S. Alexander, Additional Alde-de-uamp ana Major or engineers Of fice, northwest corner of Pennsylvania ave nue ana nineteenth street. MISCELLANEOUS. Major General E. A. Hitchcock, Commis sioner tor Eicnange oi rnioners umce, No. 23 Winder's Building, lecond floor. Brevet Brigadier General William Hoff man, Commissary General of Prisoners Of fice, 148 F street, corner of Twentieth street. Brevet Brigadier General D. C. McCallum, Superintendent of Military Railroads Of fice. 250 G street, near Seventeenth street. Brigadier General A. P. Howe, Inspector or Artillery, unltea otates Army umce, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Nine teenth street. Colonel J. H. Taylor, Chief of Staff to uenerai Augur .utnoe, oja fourteenth itreet, near New ork avenue. Captain J. A. Slipper, A. D. C. with General Augur. Brigadier General J. C. Caldwell, President of Commission for Examination of Officers Reported for Dismissal Office, oorner of Blx- teentn ana u streeu. STATE AGENCIES IN WASniNQTOH, Massachusetts Lieut. Col. Gardiner Tufts, second floor National InleUistnctr Building, corner Seventh and D streets. OhioJames 0. Wetmore, Esq , 250 F street. New York CoL Edwin R, Goodrich, 283 F street. Pennsylvania CoL Francis Jordan, 487 iiievemn street. ' Connecticut Rev. William A. Benedict, 252 F street, Vermont Colonel Frank Holbrook, 251 F street, Maine A. Watson, 273 F street. New Hampshire Col. Larkln Mason, 617 Seventh itreet. Rhode Island Lieut. Col. James T. Bere- diet, Room No. 1, Washington Building, oor ner Seventh and D itreeti. Michigan Rev. D. E. Millard, comer Seventh and E streets. Indiana Henry P. Lanti, No. 332 F St., corner Tenth. Illinois Col. Harry D. Cook, 280 F street, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth. New Jersey Lieut. CoL J. C. Raflorty, 252 O street, Maryland Stephen W. Douney, Calvary Baptist Church. Fifth street. Kentucky C, C, Pennybaker, No. Four-and-a-half street, Iowa Geo. Cowle, Fifth Auditor'! Office, Treasnry Department. Wisconsin W. G. Selleck, 252 F street. Minnesota J. F. Stock, Room No. 5, Land Office. Delaware Box 651, Post Office. SANITARY COMMISSION. 214 Ftreet, between Thirteenth and Four teenth streets. CHRISTIAN COMMISSION, Corner Eighth and U streets. PROPOSALS FOR REPAIRIKabltD. NANCE 8TORE-I10U8K AT THE NAVY YAKD AT NORFOLK, VA. Ermror Oanjanci, Navt DsrAKTjiijrr, WASRiifQTOir. Anirn.t 1. lfifl.1 Sealed Propoaal.. endorsed "Proiwiul. tor rn pairing the Ordnance Storehouse al the Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va."wlll be received at till, once natll ooon, on the Uth September, 1865, for farnl.blog all the materials and workmanship, and repalrlDg the building, aecordlog to specta. cation, and plana on file In thla Bureau. Plan, and .neclfic&tlon. fur the work ar. al.n deposited la llie offlce of the Civil Engineer of the uonoia uaTjr-iaru, wnere uiuaere are referred for Information It 1. to be understood that tbe contractor Is to furnl.li all the materials aod perforin all tlio work described, aod to eouplete tbe building la all respects Didders will state the price aod name tbo time In which they will engage to complete the work , and the Ilerpau retains the right to reject any or an uius wnicu it .nan not consiaer reasonanie. ao21-tbsmtsepll CURQEON GENERAL'S OFFICE. WASH kj iiitox Cirv, D C , Aogust 17, 1M1 AN ARMY MEDICAL HOARD, to consist of Drevet Colonel C. 8 Trlpler, Surgeon V. S. A., Pre.! ii.nii iimui n.nia.ui,i i'.,ui ir i nri.i. Surgeon USA; Ureret Lieuteunot Colonel Aotboor J tiger. 8atyon IT 8. A., intl Drove t Mttjor C C. Leo, AlMtnt Surgeon U, 8 A , Keeorder, will meet la New York cltjr, on tbe n b of September next, for tbe examination of candidate for ad mini on Into tbe Medical Staff of tbe united State arm, and of Aulitant Burgeon for promotion Applicant! tnuitt le between 21 and 34 year of g, ana puymeaiiy aoumi Application mu.t le addreised to the Snrseon General of tbe army, ittatlntf tbe residence of llie ijuicum, buu mo iaie ana pi ace oi ma uirn. , tbey mnt be accompanied by respectable toutl monlalt of moral thunder. If tbe applicant haa been In tbe aervlce, be wilt end the ten Union 11 of tbe chief medical officer, under wborn be bat Hervetl, aud If In aervlce at tbe preiient time, the application mutt be aeut iiiruuK" ma jtieuicai uirecior oi iu revpecuve Department INo allowance U made for the expenies of per aoua undergolutr tbe examination, a It la an In dUpennnlile prereiilalte to appointment There are now twelre Tacanclea In the Medical Staff j, K UAUNES. aul-fnwlt Bor eon Qnerl V, 8. Army. IMWANOI'AL. T A Y 0 0 OK B h 0 9 . , BANKERS, TirTEXltTIl STRKrr.oppo.lUTnilRf ASUBT, by an4 lelt at camnt rate ul kieponhaal full supply of all ooytznuixT BOXDS, 8IVXX.THIRTT TSKAfiDBT It OTIS, CERTIFICATES Or IN DKBTXDtf IBS, 4c,, And pay tht hlghtit prlcea for QUARTERMASTER'S CHECKS AUD VOUCHERS, angl-dtf 7J"ATIO"Al BAWKT.30 or ni METROPOLIS, OOVXiNMlNT DIPOSITOET AND LOAM AOINOT, at rimiNrn irun, orrosm ohited states tsxasury d. PAETKXNT. TMi Bank ts aitaorlse4 te receive stbserip Ueis to the POPULAR T.30 LOAN. Tb,eee notes are Issaed la dknomlealtoas of ISO, 10O, iXO, 1, 000, aad 14,000 patMe te bearer or order, three yean after date, with In tercet, payable aeral-aannall al seven and three-teaths per centon per annnm, aad are convertible al matnrltr at tbe bolder'e option Into tbe ft, 90 six per ceat.p'uZJ inttrut-btaring bond. Tbe Interest on tbeae otee Is two eeatf per daj for everj 1100. TOLL COMMISSION ALLOWED TO BANES AND BAREEBS, Any laformatlon respectlaf tbe UNITED STATES LOANS will be cheerfully (lv,i on ap plication pertoaallj or by letter. a toll snrrLT or government sico- BITIES CONSTANTLY ON HAND TOB SALE. VYE BECEIVE DEPOSITS, OPEN ACCOUNT WITH DEALERS, HAKE COLLECTIONS ON ALL ACCESSIBLE POINTS, BOY AND SELL COIN, CUBBENCY, AND EXCHANGE, AND ALL CLASSES OP GOVERNMENT 8ECTJB1TIES, PUBCHASE GOVERNMENT VOUCHERS, AID TaiKSiCT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. J. B. HOTCUINSON, Caabler. L. E. CHITTENDEN, President. mhM-tf PIRST NATIONAL BANK OP WASHINGTON. 0. D. Cooii, (of Jay Cooke A Co.,) PresMe'nt, W. 8. Hnrrtjrarov, Cashier. GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY AD PINANCIAL AGENT OP THE UNITED RATES. lfiTK BTBI1T, orrosm TKI TB1ASOKT SiraAT- SUT, Government seenrltles with Treasarer United Slates, 49-ONK IIILUON DOLtVAIlS.-Vt Aetlnf la connection with the hoaae of JAY COOEX A CO., as SPECIAL AGENTS TOR THE 7.30 LOAN, we will fill orders with promptness and dis patch, allowing the rofnlar eommlsatoi to Banka and Beakers. A constant snpplyof the Not, on hand aad ready for Immediate delivery. We bay and sell all classes of GOVERNMENT 8ECUB1TIES at carrent market rates. TUBNISH EXCHANGE and make Collections en ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OP THE UNITED STATES. We purchase Governmeat Teachers en the MOST TAVOBABLE TERMS, ul jl.e olasroL AKD raOMFT ATVIBTIOI TO ACCOUNTS OP BUSINESS KEN AND FIRMS, and to any other bnslnesa entrusted to as. PULL INFORMATION la r.jard to GOVERN. KENT LOANS at all times choerfolly famished. WE. B. HUNTINOTON, Cashier. ..wtwa. Vsrli en. teas l,l1.Mr JOUN R. BLVAN8 A CO., 87 lonlslaaa ave. and SOS 0 street. WASHINGTON, D.O., BLACKSMITHS' AND WHEELWRIGHTS' luavnuta Sy.ILSWr"','i.;Ml " Md. VICES Solid Box ; Com, Cotter Keye s Feral- SL,EO,dEWMh5(.1A'4- HAND do. PICES, "OTS-Sqnare Poached H.ijoa Ptaehe,. CABLE ClIAINS-UtoUlnch. SPKINGS-Brl(htilllacl. 0 ABTTlIBS " i H P-nt i Solid Collar. WAGON HUBS. OAK AND ASH BENT RIMS. niCKOKY BENT KIMS. SAWED FELLOES-! to S laches thread. HICKORY SPOKES. OAK SPOKES. SUAFTS-Raf, III at BnCmedlnm; X In. - ",-a-( ih-.ibb, n.,T j .api.se, rro eery; lalshed, llfht (aad bars); median Und bare) I heavy (and bars). PdLE8Rnf ! lalshed (aad clrolec) SWINaLSTBEES IJjhl ferruled, is11 an PINIBHEI) WHEELS Lerf. th 11 IMSBfrilhsrsBi ft A Isisrw y0UNT VERNON MAttULK WoitKii " LARGE 8TOCK 07 MARBLE MONUMENTS. WILLIAM RUTHERFORD, E STREET NORTH, between BUth and Be re nth treete, near th Poat Offlca Department, KeeDa CODatis.nllv ah hamt a Ibfifsb mhA annua . . tenure aaaortnieat of 8TATUAKT, ORNAMENTS, ITALIAN MARBLE MUnUMKHTH, UKAVJt HTQNES, Ac., And a com Diet varletr of MARBLE MANTELS. COUNTEK SLABS, AND Which be oferi low for cub. iijs;uuiij ibtimi ui aiienuon or par ohaiierito an tuipectloa of bli etock, whlck ta vhsswh fVWJt'UIJf smVAt4Vee tUftTWa IUCSTA.TJIlAlJTt3. CARD OAPT. ALBX. R6DKRT( tHB Director of the EXCELSIOR B A LOO it, No. 480 rOURTIENTU etreei, uitniMe to tk frttb lie that a aelUat hie barLtiaoreof lbpartt Saallty, and that thera may be fonnd there oaeb ar from 11 to 1 'eUek, a. luxarlont and abon daat LUNCH. anfM-U TflE WOODBINE nOTEL AND UESTAU RANT, Cerm? of Fonraidahatf and 0 StreeU. WAsniiraTdir, d. o. DAVID B. 8MITH, PROPBrBTOR. Tbe ondenlgaed takes great pleaanro In an nonaclog to Ma friend and tbe pablle at large that ha haa tikettha abovo-Hamed tabllah me&L and bavla raade nan lnproTemate therein la now ready to receive calla from all who dealr to atail then ael Tee of the advantage of good lodging rooma and ft well-kept boteL very reiMctfollr. aill DAVID R. SMITO. SIHOLBTOH'fl, No. ftOO Seranlb itreet. near D atreeL ad joining th IRTSLLiaSNCER BUILDING, WubUgtOB, D. 0. , BIN OLETOJT k CO., Proprietors. ThU ejUblUhment, which has been fitted np regard lata of ex pen ie, ts now open to the public. ThWlNE8, LIQUORS lad ClOARSare of th Terr beat brands. LUNCH DAILY FROM UU O'CLOCK. A. M., Th proprietors ask th patron ag of their frlenda and th pnbll generally, JeW S M I T II B LADIES' AND QENTLEMEN'S DINING AND IOK CBEAM SALMONS. 131 WEST BALTIMORE STREET, Ar th noet eomfortabl la th eltr. Ladles or families shopping or walking will find tbeae saloona very convenient, where every thing, from itnipl lanek to ft first-class dinner, mar bo obtained. Breakfast, Dinner, and Bnpper are promptly served la tbe beat style, the bill of far always embracing th moat cbolc dlahea. Ie Cream a. Water leos, Cakos, etc., of the beet quality and as perl or fiaver at moderate ratea. Weddings and other aaaemblles anpplled with very reqntalte at the iborteat notice. Prom long experience In th bnalaeas th pro prletor guarantees saUafactlon to all patrons, JelO-tf JOHN WEIiOKKR'B BUULER RESTAURANT, iA la Mai son Doree ) NNSTLVANIA AVENUE, Between Ninth and Tenth. atreets,(np a tain.) The proprietor of thla.ravorlte Reatanrant has spared no pains to make this lb best Reatanrant In Washington; and he points with pleasar to tbo larg patronage ho has always been honored with, and respectfully solicits a continuance of th earn. GAME. 0T6TERS. and other rsfreahmenta con stantly on band, and at th most reasonable rates. BREAKFAST, DINNER AND STTPPKR prepared at th shortest notlc and U th most satisfactory manner. Breakfast from 6 to 12 o'olock. Dinner and sapper at all nonrs. ma78.tr FAPEIl 3EjVlL.EItS. pAPER WARKU0U8B. OEORasllILL, Jb. No. 87 A 99 Louisiana avenne, corner of Tenth 1 reel. MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER. AH kinds of printing and wrapping paper oonatantly on band and for sal at the lowest rates. 49 Tin afliaisUT nioi fau vob old Books, Pafibs, K.UM, Rofs, 4a. ftp 11 -6m C. P. KNIOIIT. W. II. JOHNSON, J a. TTNIOHT & JOHNSON, Wholesale Dealera la PAPER AMD PAPER MANUFACTURERS' MATERIALS, tl SOUTH CHARLES STREET, Jy20-tf BALTIMORE, MD. PROP08AL8 LARQE GOVERNMENT SALE OP STEAMBOATS, BARGES, AND SHIP-YARD. QtriftTuitASTift QirttiiL's Orrici, i WARiriMUTOir, D. C., Jaly 29, 186.$ ( SEALED PROPOSALS ar invited and will b received at the offlce of the ami-term tat r nn. ral (Bnrca of Rail and River Trana portal Ion), at Washington, D. C. , until the FIRST DAY OF 8BPTEMBER XKXT. at 13 o'clock 11., for the Surcuase 01 me roiiowiug named btkauhuats, AROES, and other property : Side-wheel Steamer Chlckamanga, registered ton d age, 207 tons. filde-wheel Steamer Grant, registered tonnage. l&Otons, Side-wheel Steamer Bnrnalde, registered ton nage, 304 tona. Hide-wheel Steamer Thorn aa, reglaUred ton nage, 140 tone. blde-wheel Steamer 8hermanr registered ton nage, 140 tona. blde-wheel Steamer Wanhatchle. rea-uter.! toanage, 89 tons. B me-w 6 eel bteamer Knoxvllle, registered ten nag, 8d tons. Sld-wbeel Steamer Dnnbar fwreckt. rM. tered tonnage. tons. oiern-wneet Bteamer tungaton, registered ton nage, 93 tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Keneeaw. registered tan a age, 166 tone. , Stern-wheel Steamer Bridgeport, registered tonnage, IMtona. Btern-wbeel Steamer Holatoro, registered ton nage, M tons. Stem-wheel Steamer Missionary, registered toanage. Ho tons. Stern-wbeel Steamer Chattanooga, registered tonnage, 89 tons. Mrn-wnei steamer Atlanta, registered ton nage, 211 tons. blde-wheel Steamer Reaaca, reglaterod ton age, 18t tone. Blde-wheel Steamer Lookout, reg la tered ton nage, 17.1 tons. Blde-wheel Steamer Stone River, registered tonnage, 214 tona. mae-wneei steamer uunsn, registered tonnage, tons. Also, seven (7) Onnwale Bargee. One Row-Boat, and One Model Barge. All of which can be aeen at Chattanooga, Tenn , at any time prior to lb day of sal. Alao, for the Buildings, Waya. Stationary Ma chinery, and appurtenances in (he United States 8blp.Bulldlng Yard at Chattanooga. Afoll description of which can be seen at tbe offlcea of the Quartermasters of Transportation at Cincinnati, LonlsvlUe, NaahvlU, St. Loils, and at Chattanooga. Proposal ar Invltsd for each boat or barge separately J tbe name of the boat or description of th barg to b designated la th propoaal. A fall description of th property maybe ob tained on application to Brevet Colonel Arthur Edwards, A. Q. M St. Loola. Mo. Each e av lot containing abld ahoold b sealed and endoreed '(Proponal (or Steamers, Barges, and other property at Chattanooga,' "Bnreauof Rail and River Tranaportatlo,' ' and addreaaed to th Quartermaster General U' S. A. .Waablag ton. D, C. Payment to be made In United Slates enrrency upon th acceptance of any proposal, and prior to the delivery of th property. Th Government reserves the right with draw any of the above property, and to reject proposals If deemed too low. By order or the Quartermaster General 1 LEWIS It. FARgONH, Brig (Jen aul and Chief of Rati and River TrausD'n. PROPOSALS fcOK COAL'AiJb Wool). ' TlBAHCET DiriSTMSIT, AOff. 19,1801. Proposals wlU be received for the delivery for the use of the Department for about 700 tons beat quality Baltimore Company's White Ash Ad t tin cite Coal, furnace she. (2,340 Iba. to the ton.) ' 1W tons best quality Baltimore Compuur'a White Ash Aothracit Coal, egg else 160 tons beat quality Red Aali Coal, same alze. All U be weighed at Ik Treasury scales, and to bo delivered at or near theTreaaury Ualldlng jW.w !!.r JPa 2l"wl. between tho u and Slst October, 1B64 Alao, for about 40 cords best quality Baker's Pine Wood, to be delivered at mcli timea and In snch qoautlties sa may be required. Bids will bo received until MONDAY, Beptem rj"11.: .r"d .oth Oon''l Bopsrlntsndent of tho Building, under an envelope addreaaed tu to th Secretary or tb Treasary, and to be ou Idered binding for two weeks after that date, ths Department reserving the right to reject ail or any portion of the bids reoelved. NO bldS Will be entertained nUa tlatr,tT ?flteftn!,,,flTMorih,W"F'FMlM y i wvutiavt. aUil-UlWslWt 'BTfflPIOAIi. p ibiA i n o x i o . s Pr.aLTlLUnr'IPriTaUnesplUl, U the Fed- ni Elosk; eorner oi Seventh ftsd 7 itmtd, of pslto U Pest Mi Pfttal 0es, Room A4 U, f stairs, Wisklxgtea, D. a dlsoftso f prtvai matnr tnatsd U lb besl srinllls WaaaaTand'radJeUnres e rested la aU' oases. BTPniLITIO AFFECTION, GON ORRnOJA, GLEET, STRICTURES, BIMINAL WEAKNESS, or th result of VOLUPTUOUS BfeliMS, or any waaknsia of the GENERATIVE 6 ROANS, from any cans whatever, or bow loag atendlnf, thoroughly and radically cured ( ftlao, GOUT, RHEUMATISM, NKURALOIA, and other CI RON 10 DISEASES of tbo NERVES, MUSCLES, BONESJand J0INTS( tSCR0FULA, BLOTCHES oa b FACE, ERUPTIONS oa tho Hub and body, and all other ERUPTIVE D1S EASES and DISEASE of th BLOOD, from what. rersans they may bav risen. AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE, Ho matter what joor dlsaso, let no false dell eaty prevent yoa from applying Immediately to Dr. Veil ny, who Is acknowledged to be by far tho noat SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN la th trsitman.1 of prlvat diseases. Fear not to com aad make known your mla forts, nsa, aad h will speedily snd yon oa your way rejoicing. SELF-ABUSE. That dreadful scourg of th young, Indulged la whn alone, destroys th generative orgaaa, unfits them for married life, producing weakness of th back and limbs, loss of animation and mnacnlar power, palpitation of th heart, ner vous irritability, loss of memory, melancholy habits, Insanity, consumption and death. YOUNG MAN! In tUw of th dreadful eonia- quences of delay, do not fall to make your case known Immediately to Dr. Vellny. Your aecreta with him ar sacred, and yon may confidently rely upon bis medical akllt. Tbooaands whoa systems wer shattered, and who were oa th brink of th grave, bav been brought back to vlgorous.be alth by his skilful treatment. MARRIAOE. Married peraons,or those contemplating matri mony, who suspect themselves of lmpeteney, ssmlnal weakness, or any dlseaso arising from ft relaxed state of th genital organs, whether th reault of disease, Injury, youthful Indiscretion, or Indulgence of th passions tp riper years, ar aarnsstly entreated to place themaelvss under th ear of Dr, V. Tby may rely with certainty upon speedy cure, and being restored to fall health and vigor. Ho treats with entire success all diseases of females, such as LEUCORRHEA or WHITES, LAPSUS UTERI, Ac , Ac. , aad la every caa guar antees a perfect CURE. FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMUNICA TIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL. Psasoxs calling see no one but th Dooroa. These at a distance maybe tbiatio i mail, by sending a statement of CASE, As. Jy2-8m BADD Xs 33 It Y 500 REMOVAL 5Q0 TO NEW BUILDINO, .o-aoo-c r-90O-t SEVENTH STREET, JOIHINO ODD FELLOWS HALL. JAMES S TOPIIAM 4 CO., HAVE REMOVED Their Well -Known Old-EsUbllehed TRUNK, SADDLERY, HARNESS, AITD MILITARY EQUIPMENT MANUFACTORY TOTBItn NEW BUILDING, .W500-C 49500-C SEVENTH STREET, DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE OLD STAND, Where mar be found, of onrown mannfaetar. . hub wiavieiv kHunmeni oi every aiyie ana price of military and eUlsena' SADDLES AND BRIDLES, BREAST COLLARS AND MARTINGALES, FINE SWORD BELTS, With Topham's Patent Slide. Sole Manufacturers of LANOHOLE'S PATENT SPURSL Manufacturers of LANOHOLE'S PATENT CURB AND NOSE- STRAP. FOR SALBt EWBANK'S PATENT SPUR. STEEL, BRASS, and SILVER PLATE 8PURS, ourrALu ami rms woolen ROBES, SOBSK COVERS AND BLANKETS, BI TS. MILITARY AND CITIZENS RIDING AND HARNESS BITS, IN OUEAT VARIETY. n A RN E S S. FINE DOUBLE COACH, CARRIAGE, AND suuui iiAftiifvaa. FINE SINGLE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, AND t.A.rnboo n Ann r.ao. SUTLERS STAGE, WAGON. CART, AND PLOUQU HARNESS. whips. COACn, BUGGY, STAGE, RIDING, AND WAGON WHIPS, ftVJtttX MXa-IS AUD PRIUS. TRUNKS. BOLE LEATHER TRUNKS AND VALISES, IRON FRAME TRUNKS, WOOD BOX TRUNKS AND VALISES, LADIES DRESS TRUNKS AND BONNET BOXES, ARMY VALISES AND PACKING TRUNKS. Leather and Canvas Pcllleleur Bags; Leather, Canvas, and Carpet Traveling Bags; Ladles French Batchelai Toy Trunks, and School Satchels, and ry article la their line of busi ness. REMEMBER! ar flOO- .tar-BOO -C SEVENTH 6TREET. ftpM-tf TOIIN R. KLVANH A CO.. J 87 Louisiana ave. and SOI C street, nsDuifluivn, v. u. , Distant i IRON AND STEEL. SWEDISH IRON Ordinary slice REFINED IRON. BaGNALL'S, Ac. RODS. HORSE SHOE IRON-Mltre, Ae. BAND. OVALS AND nALF ROUNDS. U. B. NAIL RODS. T. V, F. do. L. B. do. NORWAY SHAPES. SPUING STEEL. TIRE do. TOB CORK STEEL. HOOPS Gal taaJied 8CROLL IRON. EXTRA FALL RIVER RODS-Round and square; sharewal plate Iron; puddled plate Iron. SHEET IRON American; American "0ta- rara; Belgian; tm. Ruatila; R-isaU; galvanised. SQUARE CAST STEEL Sanderaon's OCTAGON CAST STEEL. SHEAR STEKL Sandersoa'a. GERMAN STEEL. FLAT CAST STEEL. BLISTER BTKEL Amerlcaa. ROUND STEEL Oast; machinery. apU'lm EDWARD LXOHTT, BOOXBItfDin No. 7J FiM. Ati. , WisaisMio,, d. 0.' Books bound Inleverv iltk.T.sw.. iV.1" . ElMU,ftidJOtU, ' - iwi TALtaoRVLooH: .noflpiTJkis, - ESTADLIStlBD ASA REFUGE FROM" QtfACT. 'XKti c , THE ONLY PLACE" WD5RB A OOAl CUT U DB. JOHNSTON bfte IeoTsTe4 fittMlsr tain. djr, and ealv ffeetaU nmedy la thd worldforWeaknenvflbeBaakorLlKbe. Striate ares, Affection! of the Kidneys and Bladder. iB volnntary discharges, Im potency, Oeneral Da blllty, Nervoeanees, Dyspejvia, Xaagaor, Lot Spirits, Cuofuslon of Ideas, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Timidity, Trembling. Dimness of Sight or OlddlneM, Diseases of lb Head, Throat, Nose, or Skin, Affections of th Lungs, Stomach, or Bowel a thope terrible disorders arising front tbe Solitary HaUta of Youth those sicrit and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the song or Syrens to Ihe Mariners of Ulysses, bllghllng their mot brilliant hopes or aatlelpa tlons, rendering marriarea, Ac, Impossible. . YOUNU MEN Especially, who bare become tbe victim of Boll tary Vice, that dreadfuliaod destrnctlve habit, which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thouaanils or Young Men of the most exalted tal eats and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the thua ders of eloquence, or waked to oostaey th living lyre, may call with full oonfldenoe. MARRIAGE. Married Persons, or Young Mea contemplating marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organic debility, deformities, A., speedily nred. He who place himself under th car of Dr. I. may rellgloaslr confide on Ms honor as a gen tlemao. and confidently Tcty upon hU skill as ft phyaiclan. ORGANIC WEAKNESS Immediately Cored and Fall Vigor restore!. This Dreadful Disease which readers Life mis erable and Marriage Impossible ts th penalty paid by tbe victims of Improper Indulgences. Young persons are too apt to commit exeessea from not befog aware of the Ureadai consequence that may ensue. Now, who that understands the subject will pretend to deny that the power of firocreatlon Is loat sooner by tbos falling Into m proper habits than by the priident. Besides hols g deprived the pleasures of healthy off spring, tbe molt various and destrnctlve symp toms to both body end mind aria. Th system becomes dersoged, the Physical and Mental Functions weakened; Loss of rrocreatlve Power, Nervous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, a Wasting of the Frame, Coughs, Consumption, Ac. OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTn FREDERICK STREET, Left band side, going from Baltimore street, a few doors from the eorner. Fall not to observe name and number. Letters must be paid and contain a ataap. Th Doctor's Diplomas hang In his offlce. DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Loa don, gradnate from one of tne moat eminent Col leges In tbe United States, aad the greater part of whoa life has been spent In th hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia, and elsewhere, has effected some of the moat astonishing cares that were ever known; many troubled with ringing In tbe head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at snddea sotjnda, baahfalneas, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes with a derangement of lb mind, wer cured Immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. . Dr. J. addresses all tbos who bav Injured themselves by Improper indulgence and solitary habits, which ruin both body and mlnd.nnfit ting them for either business, study, society or marriage. These are some of the sad find melancholy ef fects produced by early habits of youth vltt Weakness of tbe Back and Limbs, Pains la th Head, Dimness of bight. Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of tu Diges tive Functions, GduSral Debility, Symptoms of Consumption. Mmtallt. The fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded Loss of memory. Con fusion of Ideas, DrproMtlon of Spirits, Evil Fore boding, Aversion to Society, Self -distrust, Love of Sollude, Timidity, Ac, are some of tbe evils produced. Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge what la th cause vftbclr declining health, los ing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singular appearance about tbe eyes, cough and symptoms of con sumption. ,. YOUNO MEN Who hav Injured tbomsalves by a certain prac tice Indulged In when alone ft habit frequently learned from evil companlona,or t school, tbe effects of which are nightly felt, even when asleep.andUnot cured renders marriage Impos sible, end destroys both mind and body hould tpylr Immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of bis country, tbe pride of his parents, should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life, by tbe consequence of deviating from the Kth of nature aod Indulging In a certain secret bit, Such persons must, before contemplating MARRIAGE, reflect that a sound mind and body are the moat necessary requisites to proinoto connubial happl- Slness. Indeed, without these, the Journey irough life becomes a weary pilgrimage; tbe prospect hourly darkens to the view; theiolud becomes shadowed with despair, and Oiled with the inclanchoty reflection tbst tbe hnpplne of another becomes blighted with our own. DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided aod Imprudent votary of pleasure finds be has Imbibed tbe seeds of this piiorm disease, u loo ortcn nsppens that an Ill umed sense of she roe, or dread of dlacovery.de tars him from applying to those who, from edu cation and respectability, can alone befrUnd him. He falls Into tlihnds of ignorant and designing pretenders, who, Incapable or coring, filch Ms pe cuniary substance, keep Mm trilling mouth after month, or as long as th tmallet fee can o ob tained, and In despair leave him with ruined health to sigh ever Ms galling disappointment; or, by the use of that deadly poison. Mercury, hast. n tbe constitutional symptoms of this torrl rible disease, such as Afiectlon of tbe Head, Throat, Nose, Skln.etc., progressing with fright ful raiiidJtr till death pula a period to his dreadfol suffering by sending him to that undiscovered country from whow bourne no traveler returns. ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS. The many thousands cured at this Institution within tbe last eighteen years, and Ihe numerous Surgical Operations performed br Dr. Johnston, witnessed by tbe reporters of the ''Sun, "and many other papers, notices of which appeared again and again before the public, besides bis standing as a geatleroaa of character and re a possibility, Is a eat dent guarantee to the af flicted. 6KIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. Persons writing should be particular to direct lag their letters to his Institution, la the follow ing manner i JOHN M JOHNSTON. . D., Baltlmoro Lock Hospital, J18-ly BHltlmoro, Maryland isr EW INVENTION OP ARTIFICIAL CHEOPLASTIO BONE TEETH, BT DR, 8. B, BIGESMOND, 369 Pennsylvania arena, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, WasMogtoa. Dr. B. calls the attention of the public to th following adrantagos of his Improved system t 1st. The teeth of bis manufacture will never corrode nor change color by any acids, and are three fourths lighter than any other. 2d. No teeth or roots need be extracted, as the artificial ones can be Inserted over them. 8d. The roots will be mad tnoffenslv and never to ache, 4th, No temporary teeth are needed, as per manent ones can be made Immediately, thereby preferring the natural expression of the fce, which, uader the old system, Is frequently dis figured. 6th. This work has been fully tested for over five years by many of the first chemists and physicians of this aud Ihe old country, Dr, S. has also invented a white indestructi ble metal filling, with which tbe most sensitive teeth can be filled without pain, and can balld ap a perfect sound tooth oa aay side roots, which will fast through a Ufa time. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN t With Innoxious Vspor, by Dr. Slgesmoad, 260 Pennsylvania avenue, Inventor and sole manu facturer of Anaestle Innoxious Vspor, (not Laughing Gas, nor Chloroform or Ether,) but strictly an' Anaestle agent, entirely free from ex hllaratlog effects, and perfectly harmless, caus ing ft qalet sleep, with pleasant sensations and perfect Inaenalblllty to pala The beat of references given If required. CaH ad cxamln for yourselves. det fTJIE AOB OP INVENTION AVHILE A X large tmmber of machine hare been offered to tbe public, aome of which poaaeas points ot excelleuce and acknowledged merit, we have loug felt what others have experienced the ne ceaalty ufa machine more perfect In Its mechani cal structure, combining in the highest degree simplicity with durabilityand which la capable of dulnjr a greater rauire or work on that ami I J oaelly bo understood and coin pre he tided by all. Thla, we are happy to sav. has been accom plished by the IbtrodaotloD of the celebrated FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE, which can b assa aud sxamlned alth Aseftt's F. PILLINO, 268 Pennsylvania avenue, Jyfi-Sm One door from Eleventh street. w HAPPING PAPER IfQR.,8AU$ A'J? AeUslSJ VSSiVA r ,,. ' V