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samltoinott of the summer,' might beeeme
lennu;. -By moling omt X would pot ith
army In better eoaditton for purtottfand
woatd at least, b, the destruction of tht Din
Tills toad, retard tat concentration ofHho
Iwaarauetor Le end Johnston, ana eeui.
tht enenjito abandon much material that ho
ralgH cthttvtie mi. I therefore ditenn.
iaad not ta delay tbo morement ordered.
-' Tin roan.
Sheridan.' adreneed, and with a portion of
Ml taraltr got pofiiolon of th Fir Porks;
but lb caeny, after the affair with the Fifth
one. reinforced tht rebel ceTalrr, defend
lag that polat with lafantry, and forced him
back towardl Dinwiddle Court House. Hm
Gnurvl Sluridan iuplaytd great gtntral
tkip. Inittad of ntraaUng with hli whole
command on tba main armj to toll tha story
of saperlor forces encountered, be deplored
Mi earalryon foot, leaving only mounted
men enough to take charge of the horiei.
Ihla compelled the enemy to deploy oter a
raet extent of woodi and broken country,
and made hlf progress elow.
ah act or IIKROUH.
Oeneral Ord adraneed from Durkerrllle to
ward FarmtUle, tending two regiment! of in
fantry and a eqoadron of eaialry, nnder
Unlet Brigadier General TheocVoro Read, to
reach and destroy the bridges. Thlt adrance
met the bead of Lee't eolamn near Farm
vllle, which it heroically attacked and de
tained until Oeneral Read wat killed and hie
mall force OTerpowered. This caused a de
lay In the enemy's morementr, and enabled
Oeneral Ord to get well up with the remain
der of hie foroa, on meeting which the enemy
immediately Intrenched himself,
rite ii D.
Aforoe luffleientto iniurea easy triumph
orer the enemy under Klrby Smith, weit of
th. Mississippi, -was immediately put In mo
tion for Texas, and Maj. Oen. Sheridan des
ignated for ite immediate command; bnt on
the 2oth day of May, and before they
reached their destination, Oen. Klrby Smith
eurrendered hli entire command to MaJ.
Uen.'Canby. Thli aurrender did not take
place, bowerer, until after the capture
or the rebel President and Vice President;
and tba bad faith was exhibited or lint dis
banding most of bit army and permitting
an indiscriminate plunder of public property.
Owing to the report that many of those
lately In arms against the GoYernment had
taken refuge upon the soil of Mexico, car
rying with them arms rightfully belonging
to the United Statu, which bad been eurren
dered to ua by agreement Among them eoine
of the leaden who had surrendered in person
and the disturbed condition of affairs on
the Rio Orande, the orden for troops to pro
ceed to Texas were not changed.
rami or all th askius.
With the following paragraph Oen. Orant
closee hie report:
It has been my fortune to see the armies
of both the West and East light battles, and
from what I bare seen I know there is no
difference in their fighting qualities. All that
it was possible for men to do in battle they
hare done. The western armlet commenced
thelr battles In the Mississippi ralley, and
racelred the final surrender of the remnant
of the principal army opposed to them In
North Carolina. The armlet of the Cast
commeueed their battles on the rlrer from
which the Army of the Totomac dirlied its
name, and receded the surrender of their
old antagonist at Appomattox Court-house,
Virginia. The splendid achlerementt of each
bare natlonalitod our victories, remored all
rectlonal Jealousies, (of wbioh we bare un
fortunately experienced too much,) and the
cause of crimination and recrimination that
might hare followed had eithen section failed
in Itl duty.
All hare a prond record, and all tectlout
can well congratulate themselret and each
other for baring done their full share in re
storing the supremacy of the law orer erery
foot of territory belonging to the United
States. Let them hope for perpetual peece
and harmony with that enemy whose man
hood, homier mistaken tba cause, drew forth
such heroulean deeds of Ttlor.
I hare the honor to be, rery reipeetfully,
your obedient (errant,
U. S. Gbait, Lieutenant General.
Washington Clr Post OBlco Arrlral
utd Departure of Malic.
Northern and Eastern Malls 1st. Due at
4.40 a. m., departs at 7.30 a. m., closet at
o a. m. Zd. Duo at 11 a. m., depart! at
11.15 a. m., eloees at 10.30 a. m 3d. Duo
at .40 p. m., departs at 6 p. m., closet at
4.46 p. m.
Western Mail, rla Relay House 1st. Dne
at ft.40 a. m., departs at 6.15 a. m., closet
at .so a. ro. ja. Due at e.Ie p. m , de
part! at 0.45 p. m., closet at 5 p. m.
Northwestern Mall.ila Baltimore, Harris
burg and Plttiburg, I'a 1st. Due at 5.40 a.
m., departs at 6.15 a. m., closet at 4.30 a.
m. 2d. Due at 6.15 p. m., departs at 645p.
m., cloiet at 6 p. m.
Tha Southern Mall, for Richmond, Paten
burg, Raleigh, Wilmington, N. C, and other
points South, Tla O. and A. R. R 1st. Due
at 7 a. m., departs it 7 a m., closes at 6 a.
m. "Id. Dne at 4 p.,m. departs at 8.30 p. in.,
closet at 7 p. m.
Fredericksburg Mall, rla Aqula Creek,
embracing tha Northern Neok of Virginia
and intermediate points between Fredericks
burg and Richmond, Va. Due at 3.30 p. m.,
departs at 7 a. m., doses at 6 a. m.
Annapolls Mail 1st. Duo at 11 a m., de
parte at 3 p. m., closes at 2 p. m. 2d. Due
at 6.15 p. m.( departs at 6.15 a. m., closet at
4.30 a. m.
Alexandria. Va . Mall 1st. Due at A a. m .
departs at 6 a. m.j closet at 5 a. m. 2d. Due
at 4.30 p. ra , departs at 6 p. m , closet at 5
Georgetown, D. C. Mail 1st. Due at 6.30
a, m.t departs at 7a. m., closetat 6 a.m. 2d.
Departs at 12 m., dotes at 11 30 a. m., due
at 4 p. m.
Roekrille, Md., Mail Due at 6 p. m., de
parte at 7 a.m., eloeet at 6.30 a. m.
Port Tobacco, Pitcataway, and Dumeld
Mall Due on Monday, Wednesday, and FrI
day, at 7 p. m. Depart! on Tuesday, Thun
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m. Cluses at 6 30
a. m. on those days.
Upper Marlboro', Md., Mail Due at 3 p.
in., dally, departi at 8 a. m., closing at 6.30
Burratt't, Beantown, Charlotte Hall, and
Chaptico Mall Due at 7 p. m., depart at 7
a. m., closet at 6.30 a. m
On Sunday, only two malls are recetred
from the North, and but one from the West
and Northwest, due at 6 a. m. and 11 a. m.
Malls departing on tbit day for these routes
close at 4.45 p. m. for norlollc, Old folnt
Comfort, and Portsmouth, Va., at 2 p. in.
The office It open for the delivery of Ietten
and papers from 8 a. m. to 9 p. m., except
on ounaay, wnen it it open irom o w iu
&i.. and from 6 to 7 t. m.
Brookrllle and Olney Mails Due at 10.30
a. m. dally, departs at 2.30 p. m., closes at 2
Coleiillle, Md., Mall Due on Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, at 5.30 p. m., de
part at 7 a. m. tame days, doting at 6.30
I. 0 O E R S
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT,
VAaAbusetts avenue, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth streets, touth side,
Will attend premptly to all work connected with
ih Im)T branches, aad,lso,HOKSK-SUOElNG.
millS IBTOOIVE NOTICE, THAT THE
X aakaerlber ha obtained from the Orphans'
ColaTt ViiklaftoD county, la tbe District of
Colombia letter of administration on th per
oonavl uUti of AIu Ramsay, late of Washington,
Ity, D. C , tJiMAMd. All priDi having claim
agaUst Uo Mid doeoaeod ar hrby warned to
xhlbll th aar wltk lb TOcbr tbereof, to
Uiavbcwlkr,ooorborlla'ilit day of 2fovm
btr swvt t U4r aur tbsjnrU by lair d xeludad
all .Wmaalt ( U ld mUH.
Qlvaa s4asf mf 4 Iklf 31 Jar or anvem
r7D.JMi. D. ifAMSair,
Fost Orriu Pbparthivt,
Ktrufr SO. 1&- I
8ald Propoiftli will b ik1t4 at tba Po-t
OffleaDtMrtnaalMUUb 30th dirof Dem
Ur, 16U, atlt fl'ftloclt at aoon.for farnUhlcn
Statloutrr for tbli Dpartmat for oat jaar from
tb flnt Jaj of Janaarj, 1W. Thow ooaccora.
ranld by iatlifactPTf utlmonUUof alllltr to
fulfil a contract will not b coaaldered.
AJ1 tha artlcUt mmt b of tha ymt boat qaill
t.aatnrlot of which, coatalnlni atlcaat a roam
of each kind of papir, mail accompany tht bldi,
andiboPopartmoot retwrrf Uo right to rf tain
and pay for tb aamoat tht prleo atattd In tbo
onr, or to rotara than., at Ita option.
No bid will bo eoBBldt rod whero tbo article,
necomranylnif It aro sot of tbo kind and qnallty
reaolrml by tha Dopartnoot, and parlona arti
cles will inblact tha onttro bid to rejection, at tbo
pleaaoro of tbt Department.
Tboanbjolaed lut apoctflea, at nearlr ai can
bow bo done tbo amount, quality, and detrlp
Uoaofoachof tbo kind of artlclaa that will bo
Estimated quantity icantetlfor th ymr.'
Class No. 1 rapia.
1. 10 Ream fotlo poit, latin or plain An
lab, falnt-llnad and trim mad, to
welfh cot Ian than 17 poande per
3. 40 reama foolicir, plalft, machlae,
fal&t lined, and trimmed, to weigh
not lean than llponnda per ream.
3. 10 retmi foolaeap, blue laid, faint
Itnod, garden pattern, commonly
known aa dlapatch or coamlarpa
per, to weigh not leaa than 10
pounda por roam.
4. 123 ream quarto neat, machine, plain
alnt lined, threo aldea, per ream.
A. 3 ream beat doublo cap paper, plain,
per ream. '
6, 10 ream note paper, gilt, per ream,
largo -lie. '
7, A ream note paper, plain, per ream.
8, 10 ream not paper, gUt, per ream,
ft, 0 ream note paper, plain, per ream,
t mall alto.
10. 100 ream enTelopo paper, yellow or
baffe, per ream,
11. 20 room blotting paper, royal, per
12. 6 doien. proa copy book", not lees
than 600 pagaa, per doien.
IX 9,000 extra largo alio wbiu adbeslve en
Veto pea, very smooth and thtak,
9by 4j-Jlnehe aqaarelper hnn
14. 23,000 long buffadbeatTe enrelopee, Tery
smooth and lblck,9J by 3)4 Inch,
ong whit or buff adboalro enrol
opee, Tory ttnoolb and thick, for
letters and circulars, & by 3sj
lachee, per hundred.
18. 3,000 white or buffaibeelto en ret opes,
very smooth and thick, per hua-
17. 1,000 small alxe white not adbeslTO en
velopea, per hundred.
1&. 3,000 large alie white note adhesive en
Tolopee, per hundred.
19. 3,000 letter siie white adhesive envel-
opea, per hundred
Clam No. 3. Pok akd PitciLa
2 24 grosa Perry & GaUlott'e beat Me-
utile IVns, per grosa.
21. 40 grsa lleulllc Pens, per giota, of
!K. 1 doaen bt Oold Pena, per dosen
2-t, fiOO opaque Quills. No. 80, per M
24. 60 doien Penholders, (assorted,) per
13 23 doten Faber's best black Lead p en
die, (graduated.) per doien.
6. 10 doienbeft red and blue Lead pen
rlla. iter dosao.
CLA8 NO. 3 ISK, ItXaTAXl8, WAfEBS,
a ID WAX.
27. 12 dozen Inkstand, Knox's or any
natenUarfi-e or smalt, per dozen.
2S. 4 dozen Inkstands, callron, largo,
aoubie, per dozen.
23. 200 bottles Ink, black, Meynard h
Nores. la auart bottles, per bottle.
30. 33 bottles Arnold's copying Ink, per
31. 100 dozen Davids' carmine Ink, ounce,
No. 1, per dozen bottles,
32. 20 punde Wafera, common sizes, red,
33. 73 pounds Sealing Wax, best extra an-
terfine scarlet, rer do and,
Clam No..-CciLtaT aitd MinceLLARKors
34, S dozen Penkulvea, Kodgera & Son's,
four blades, bnekhorn bandies,
Senulne, per dozen.
ozen Eranera, Kodgero & Son's,
Wory bandies, genuine, per dozen.
30. 4 dozen Offlce Shears, llincb, per
37. 4 dozen 00 ce Scissor, per dozen.
33. 20 dozen Foldera, Ivory. 9 Inch, per
5. 400 dozen Red Linen Tape, aaaorted,
osen Silk Taste, colore and width,
In banks, er dozen
41. 20 dozen paper welgbta, asaortsd, per
42. 20 poonda India Rubber, prepared, pr
43. 3 pound India RubVer, unprepared,
44. 300 quarts Black Sand, per quart,
43 20 ounces Pounce, per ounce.
43. 400 pounds Twine, linn, per pound
47. 100 founds Twine, cotton, pr pound.
43. 6 dozen Uulrr, mahogany, round or
Oat, per doren,
48. 3 doeen gutta percha Rnlers, round
or flat, per doien.
'.10. 3 pounds Sponge, best, per pound.
31. 10 pounds OomArablc,beat,per pound.
The adhesive envelope must be thickly
f:nmiaed, a fourth of an Inch wide round the
bach bidder must furnish with, bis propoaala a
sample, and bat one eample, of each article bid
Each article mnat bo bid for, and no more than
one price named for any on article.
Jilds not lULiy rosiormmg id mt auTerisaeiuroi
will not be considered
The terms and conditions of the advertisement
for stationery at to bo Incorporated In the con
tract for stationery; and the bead of the Depart
ment will, In all cases, Judge whether the arti
cles tendered by tha contractor aro of the quality
required by the contract.
The stationery Is to be furnished as H may be
ordered by tbo Department, and at the contract
price, whether the quantities exceed or fall abort
of lUoae estimated.
Each proposal must be signed by the Individ
ual or Arm making It, and must specify a price,
and Ivt out priet. for each and every article
named In the schedule. Should any nrtlclea be
required which aro not enumerated, they are to
be furnished at the lowest market prices, If the
Department shall see fit to order them from the
contractor having tbe contract for similar arti
cles; and If the contractor and tbo Department
do not agree, then tbe Department may have the
article furnished by any otlrer person or person
who wtU furnish It at a price lower than that
demanded by the contractor.
Blank forms for propoaala will bo fnrnlabed at
the Department to persons applying for them;
and, as without anlfortntty therein the Depart
ment would nod It difficult to make a decision,
none will be taken Into consideration unless
substantially agreeing therewith.
Th bead of tbe Department will In all cases
decide whether tbe terms of the contract have
been compiled with, aod reserves tha power to
annul tbe contract upon any failure to comply In
a reasonable time.
Bonds, with approved security, are to bo given
by the person or persons contracting; ands lu case
or failure to supply the articles, the contractor
and bis sureties shall be liable for the forfeiture
epeclled In such bond as liquidated damages.
Tbe contract will be awarded ts the lowest and
best bidder ; the best bid to be determined after a
careful examination for tbe purposo of ascertain
ing which bid will, In Its prartlcst results, be
most advantageous to the Department
The Department reserves to !tIf tbo rlsbt to
reject any bid where It la apparent that a part of
me article are ma ror at very low ana a pari at
very high rates, wlthoot proper regard to the cost
of each for tbe purpose of eiTeotlng the aggregate
of tbe bids nnder the estimate contained la the
advertisement. W. DENNI60N,
noySO Potmatr Oenenl.
nW . HAMILTON,
WHOLI4AIU AKD ITAtL DIAIK1 IX
SASH. DOORS, BLINDS, AND BUILDING1 MA
No. 363 SEVENTH STREET,
Opposite tbe Centre Market,
no7-tf WASHINGTON, D C.
-PARDNBIVS PHOTOGRAPHIC ART
fill Seventh street,
ONCE MORE IN RDNNINO ORDER.
Tbo damage cansed by tha late flre has bem so
far repaired that business will be resumed
THIS MORNING. (WEDNESDAY, October 4tb,)
men, aa rormeriy, me rate win do sinewy en
forced throughout the establish meat,
"PRODOCE THE BEST, NO MATTER WHAT
THE COST IN TIME AND MATERIAL."
Mr O takes this opportunity to tbank hi an
tnerou friends aad customer for past kindness,
and to say It shall be bl constant aim to con
tinue to merit the very liberal encouragement
berslofars xttdi, to kin. Midtf
TyjriWTAX AND NAVAL .CLAIM
C. 8. BUNDT h 00..
333 Pennsylvania avenne, (opposite' WHHrd's.)
WASHINGTON, D. a
J. D. Rktmiit, Esq. ISO Nassau at N, T,
Do uwi, Cobitock k Blow, N. Y
and others nofl
tOIIN P. SLOUOII.
No, 338 P STREET,
Between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
QL0SB, C0RBETT AND MONROE.
JAMES T. CLOSE,
aatouoionei inn va. vol,
f. E. COEBETT,
of Now York,
W. A. MONROE, 1
Late of War Department
ATTORNEYS, V. B. CLAIM, REAL ESTATE AND
IXtaUAAflUB AUfiHT, BUiaVilTUJU)
All business entrusted to our care will be it
tended to with promptness and fidelity.
urricn no, Zi7 reuusyirama avenue.
Opposite Wlltard's Hotel,
Jyl-if Washington, D. C.
(Late feolleltor of tbo Oflte of the An J It or Of tbo
Treasury for tha Post Oflco Department. )
ATTORNEYATLAW AND SOLICITOR OF
OOee,47 Seventh street.
vppouie ina i os. udn iepanmen,
Will practtco In the Courts of the District of Co
lumbia, the Court of Claims, and tbe Supreme
Court of the United States, aad will giro prompt
atUntlon to the prosecntlon. of claims and tbe
adjustment oi account in an ma Departments oi
Office, 476 Seventh street, opposite Post Office
Tons l. WBtuia. wiluau x. brtakt.
JOHN B. WHEELER A CO.,
Real Estate Broken and Attorney for Claims
afTilustthe United otatee. O flee WO Seventh
street, between, D and E streets, second story, P.
O. box, b3l, Washington, D. C. City Property,
and Maryland and Mrglula Farms bought and
sold on comtnlsslen. References! Richard Wal
Iscb. Esq . Marorof WashlsstontGeo.A. Bassett.
Esq ,Clerk Com. Ways and Means, House of Rep f
win. a. west, tq. , uniei t;ierx rreaa. i'ept. ;
Messrs Perry & Bro., merchanta ocO tf
j o u uTo ll i vlfir,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Offlce on the northeast corner of V aad Fifteenth
treets, opposite the east entrance of
the Treasury Building,
Attend especially to alalia i upon tbo United
H. GIBBONS X OO. ,
REAL ESTATE, HOUSE, AND
CoMxmtoxxaa or Diidsai NoTAKiBsPrBt.tc,
81 CEDAR bTEEET, and 446 BROOMK GTKhET,
(Near Broadwar.. KKW YOllIC.
nouses Let and Leased, Real Estate Bought,
Sold, or Exchanged.
Loan Negotiated, Deeds, Bonds, and Mortgages
Rents and Claims collected.
t?- No connection with any other offlce In tbe
a. h. oiniOrT. r. r. annox. a.w, em nous.
R D .
n. u. miZli;u,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
OFFICE, NO. 311 NINTH STREET WEST,
Near Pennsylvania avenue,
Wonld respectfully inform bis friends and the
fiublic generally thai ho 1 now attending to all
ogal business, such aa administering the Am
oesty, as well as all other oaths, Drawing
Lasses, Deeds, Will, Power of Attorney, Land
lord and Tenant Notices, Ac, Ae.
Legal advice given In all its branches without
y- Particular attention paid to the collection
ef debte and claim In general. Je34tf
TUE "GIDEON FHINTINO
ESTABLISHED IN 1803.
JOSEPH L. PEARSON,
GIDEON k PEARSON,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
No. 611 Ninth. Street, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
Having; greatly Increaaed the facilities of the
OLD ESTABLISHED PRINTING ROUSE
by an almost
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
And tbe addition of several of tbe most Improved
Arc prepared to execnte every variety of
FINE VISITING CARD
PLAIN OR COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON
COUNTY Ta Wit i
In tbo case of Margaret Wilson, exccQtrlx of
j-aincK vriiKoa, deceased, me executrix more
said has, with the approbation of tto Orphans'
Luun ei tishuiiigiou uuumy aiuresaia, ap
pointed Tl'LaDAY. the 2i5ib.de.rof Dsew bar.
In)). Iwr the final aettleuient and dlstilbutlon
of the personal estate of said deceased, and
Of theaanetsln hand, a far aa the same have been
collected and turned Into money; when and
where all the creditors in J heirs of said deceased
are notified to attend, (at tbe Orphans' Court of
rvasningtonuouniy arjic4aid,; wita meir ciauus
Ereperly vouched, ortbty may otherwise by law
e exclnded from all benefit in euld deceased's
estate r provided a copy of this order bo pub
lished once a week for three weeks In the Na
tional Kepcblicah previous to the said SCtu
uay oi uecemoer, inoo,
Testt E. C. ROBBINS,
deCMawlw Kexlsaor of Wills.
I'HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT THE
. subscriber bas obtained from tbe Orphans'
Court of Washington county. In the DUirlct of
uoiumbia, letters or administration on tne per
sonal estate or ueorge w. wiuon, late or ueorg'
town, D. C , deceased. All persona b
claims airalnst the said deceased, are hereby
warned to exhibit tbe same, with the voucher
luvreoi, q m suoscriiier, on or ueiore tuc om
day of Novembur next: they may otherwise by
law be excluded from all benefit of the said es
tate. Given nadsr my bind this 26th day of Novem
lr. It. TH08, K WILSON,
r "ir a p v. vi
p. b p o a?
u "- -.-,
CM K elreel, bet. Klalh aid Tilth.
tlaile, epeaela aipol al'tke abore tilaee, I
jea ic laraiiaiaiaiiiM aa, all la weal ef
by tbo pint, quart tr gallon, ait abort notice, by
leaving their order at Uo Depot, MoAJS M
street, aad will have then, delivered at tlelr
bouse without delay.
OYSTERS FRIED AND STEWED.
J. R, WRIGHT,
DOtMm No. 38 M street, bet. 3th and 10th.
A CARDTO PREVENT MLSAPPRE
bensloa. It 1 proper for ns" to state thai I
bav no Interest or concern la any other Oyster
Establishment than my old Original Establish'
saent. No. 381 C street, whero 1 am now fitting up
a new Saloon, with comfortable table, capable
ef seating sixty person at a time, for enpplylog
customers with Roasted Oyster (aa welt a In
other shape) In tbo manner of the celebrated
Fulton (N, Y ) MarketestabllshuonU.andwhlcb
will be opened la a few day In a atyle to sur
pass anything ever before attempted In this city.
No pain or expense bav been spared to make
it tbe leading Saloon of Washington.
nl7lm T. M. HARVEY.
OQO PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, oon
i0 J BErWEEN vth AND 10th STREETS. 07
NEW CENTRAL OT8TER BAY
AND STEAMED OYSTER SALOON.
The undersigned respectfully Inform their
friends and tbo pnblle that they bavo,. ""N
fitted up the above mentioned ostab3 (J
Ilsbmeataa a flrst-clasa Oyster Bay JJjJT
aod Steamed Oyster Saloon, and they mr
pledge tbemselvee to keep constantly on hand
the very beet qualities of tbo best flavored ealt
water Oyster that the briny deep can afford
Our facilities cannot bo surpassed by any house
tn the country for procuring tbo bivalves to suit
We bavo made engagement with a host of
best running boats that come to this and the Bal
timore market for our constant supply, and hav
ing had a number of year experience to tht
btulaeso, we feel ourselves confident of our abil
ity to meet the pnbllo demand.
Families, clubs, and entertainment parties can
bo supplied with best qualities, served In every
style, by leaving orders with tbo Saloon, or with
Mr. Charles Brecht. Wlna Merchant, la the ad.
rieaseretsemDertne address, zsarennayivanla
avenue, between Ninth and Tenth street, south
side. . G. W. IURVEY,
no7-lm THOMAS II OLD EN.
'p!E METROPOLITAN SALOON,
J- No. 433 Tenth street, between D and E streets,
Washington, D. G,
WILLIAM UHOWN, PROPRIETOR.
Having taken thla old-established stand, we
are prepared to furnish Board by the day or week,
upon tbe most reasonable term. The Bar I
stocked with the choicest brand of Wine.
Liquors, and Cigars. Meal fomUhcd at all
hours. Good Billiard Table on the premises.
fTUE WOODBINE HOTEL AND RESTAU
Corner of Fourand-a-balf and 0 Street.
WASHINGTON, D. a
DAVID R. BMITn, PROPRIETOR.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
DINING AND ICE CREAM SALOONS.
131 WEST BALTIMORE STREET,
Are the most comfortable tn the city.
Ladles or families shopping or walking will
find these saloon very convenient, where every
thing, from a simple lunch to a first-class dlnnor,
may be obtained
Breakfast, Dinner, and Supper aro promptly
serve in tne nesi siyie. tne out oi tare always
embracing the most choice dishes.
Ice Creams, Water Ices, Cake, etc., of tbe best
quality and superior Savor at moderate rates.
Weddings and other assemblies supplied with
every requisite at tbe shortest notice.
From long experience In the business tbe pro
prietor guarantee satisfaction to all patrons.
v BUHLEK RESTAURANT.
324 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenth streets, (up atalra.)
The proprietor of thla favorite Restaurant ha
spared no pains to make this the best Restaurant
In Washington; and be polnta with pleasure to
the large patronage he baa always been honored
with, and resp'-c'fuUy solicit a continuance of
OAMK, OYSTERS, and other refreshments con
stantly on hand, and at the most reasonable
prepared at tba ebortest notice and la the most
Breakfast from 8 to 13 O'olock. Dinner and
Sapper at all hours, mayS-tf
H jV I J X- 33 n sr .
500 " o v a l 500
TO HEW BDILDINO,
JOIKIKO ODD PILLOWS' HALL.
JAMES B T0PHAM A CO.,
Th.lr Will -Known Old-Eitabliib.d
TBUSK, SADDLERY, DAEHIBS,
JIILITABT EQUIPMENT MANUFACTOBT
DIRECTLY Ol'POSITE THE OLD STAND,
Where may be found, ofoorowa maaafaitore, a
moil complete anortmiat of eurf iljle and
price of military aod cltlseni'
SADDLES AND BBIDLES,
BREAST COLLARS AND MARTINGALES,
TINE SWORD BELTS,
WUa Topham's Falint Slide.
Bole Manufacturer, of
LANOUOLZ'S PATENT SPDK8.
If aaufacturen of
LANOHOLZ'S PATENT CURB AND NOSE.
TO B SALE)
ZWBANK'S PATENT SrDR,
STEEL, BRASS, and SILVER PLATE SPDE8,
BUFFALO AND FINE WOOLEN ROBES,
UOItSK COVERS AND BLANKETS,
MILITARY AND CITIZENB
RID1NO AND HARNESS BITS,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
FINE DOOT1LE COACH, CARRIA0E, AND
FINE SINGLE CARRIAGE, BUG0T, AND
SUTLERS' STAGE, WAGON, CART, AND
rf iftti tmnnv ti'inf
kioiNo, 'and wAgon whips.
EVERY STYLE AND PRICE.
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS AND VALISES,
IKON FRAME TRUNKS,
WOOD SOX TRUNKS AND VALISES,
LADIES' DRESS 1SUNKS AND BONNET
ARMT VALISES AND PACKING TRUNKS,
Lialber and Cauvai Pelllaleur Bat;i; Liathir,
Canvas, aod Carit Traiallng Bagi; Ladln
French Satchili; T07 Tranki, and School
Satchili, and ellrx article la their line ef boil
nim. E E M E M B E R I
JOUN R. KLVANS A CO.,
07 LouIhIidi aienue aad 303 0 street
WASHINGTON, D. C,
CUT NAILS Finished. 6 to 13d 1 to
12d;Hox, a, 7, 9d.
CUT fel'IKKS 1 to 7 .notes.
PRESEED AND BOAT SPIKES.
nORSS 6UOKS, Dnrden'a tioveran.e&t, No. 1
tofif Barden'e City, No. 1 toot 0. and
P., No. 1 to dl Mulo Shoes. 1, X S.
UO BSE NAILf (rifle's, o to lot Pntnam'J,
6 to 10: Patnam'a, "X," 6 to 10; New
Loadoa. dtoioj "American, to IP.
apU TWMOt NI.TOA8H
" n t , , i M i i
J AX. ,aft,0 K K A C '0 i ,
boy "J unal limit ra'lM aaa trip on hand
a fall eapplj ef all
SEVEN-THIRTI TBEASUBT NOTES,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, Ac,
and pay the highest prlcei far
piKST NATIONAL BANK 0t
H. D. Coeia, (ofJaj-Cooli k Co. , ) PreiMeat,
W, S. HnmicTox, Cashier
FINANCIAL AQENT OF THE UNITED TTATIS,
Istk itibit, orroam mi rai Ascar Dariai'
OoTornmeat eoenrltlee with Treasurer 'United
40TONIC MILLION UOJVLAUS.-e
Aetlnf la connecUoa with tbo hoose ef
JAT COOKE 4 CO., aa
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR TUB 7.90 LOAN,
Wo will fill orders wltk promptness and dis
patch, allowing the regular commission to
Banks and Bankers
A constant supply of tbe Notes on hand aid
ready for Immediate delivery.
Wo boy and sell all classee of OOVERNUEST
SECURITIES at torrent market rates.
FURNISH EXCIUNOE and make Collection!
on ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OF TBE
We purchase Government Voncber on tbo
MOST FAVORABLE TERMS, and fitvo Oimirrt
and rnourr ATrimoir to
ACCOUNTS OF BUSINESS MEN AND FIRMS,
and to any other baelneaa entrusted to os.
FULL INFORMATION In regard to GOVERN
MENT LOANS at all tlmee cUerfally fninlshed.
WM 8. HUNTINGTON. Cashier.
WaHTix,v. Mereb an. UU, mh21-dt'
TJ 8. SEVKM.TUIRTYLOAN agency.
W. T. BMITHSON Jt CO.. ,
UNITED STATES 7 j0 LOAN AOENTS.
Alt Denominations of the
T-30 NOTES CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
For immediate delivery t and
ALL CLASSES OF GOVERNMENT SECURITIES
Bought and Sold on Commission.
Aa wo shall give oar special attention to the
Purchase and bale of Government Secnrltls. we
most respectfully aollelt your orders.
W,T. BMITHSON & CO.
Gold. 6 took s, aad Bonds Bough! and bold on
VT E X-l C O ! MEXICO!!
$30,000,000 LOAN OF THE REPUBLIC
TWENTY-TEAR COUPON BONDS IN SUMS OF
H0,tl0",tJO00, AND $1,000.
INTEREST SEVEN PER CENT., PAYABLE IN
T11E CITY OF NEW YORK.
PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST PAYABLE IN
10,000,000 TO BE SOLD AT SIXTY CENTS ON
IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY,
Thus yielding an
INTEREST OF TWELVE PER CENT. IN OOLD,
SEVENTEEN PEtt CENT. IN CURRENCT,
At the present rate of premium on gold.
THE FIRST YEAR'S INTEREST ALREADY
TIIE MOST DESIRABLE INVESTMENT
Immense tracts of Mining and Agrlcaltsral
Lands t Sixty per cent, of Port Dues, Imposts,
and Taxes, In the States of Tamaaltpas and San
Louis Potosl; and the plighted faith of the said
States and the General Government aro
ALL PLEDGED FOR THE REDEMPTION q?
THESE BONDS AND
PAYMENT OF INTEREST.
THE SECURITY IS AMPLE.
Thirty dollars In United States Currency will
bay a 7 per cent. Gold Bond of X.
Sixty dollars In United Stalea Currency will
buy a 7 per cent. Gold Bond of 100.
Three hundred dollars In United States Cur
rency will buy a 7 per cent. Gold Dond of $300
Six hundred dollars In United States Currency
will buy a 7 per cent. Gold Bond 6f $1,00-).
LET EVERY LOVER OF REPUBLICAN INSTI
TUTIONS BUY AT LEASr ONE BOND.
Circulars furwarded and subscriptions re
J. N. TIFFT,
Financial agents of the Republic of Mexico,
7 Broadway, New York.
T-Snbscrlptloua also received by Banks
and Bankets generally throughout the United
riMIIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT THE
1 aniiiacrtLar ha obtained fruu the OrDbans'
Court of Washington county, ia the District of
Columbia, letters of administration on the per
sonal etute of William R. Hurler, late of Wash
ington City, De C, deceased. Alt persons having
claims against the said deceased, are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, to tbe aabscrlber, on or before the 23th
day of November next; they may otherwise by
law be exclnded from all benefit of the said
ttate. , .
Olven under my hand this 2.1th day of .Novem
ber, ISHfl. J. E HUIILLV,
r IMIIS IS TO GIVK NOTICE, THAT TIIE
X subscriber baa obtained from theOrpbaus
Court of Washington County, In tbe District ol
Columbia, letters of Administration on the per
sonal estate of John N Vorls.latoof Washing
ton City, D C , deceased All persons having
claims against tho said deceased are hereby
warued to exhibit the same, with tbe vouchers
thereof, to tbe subscriber, on or before the Mih
day of November next; they mny otherwise by
law be excluded friu all benefit of tbe said es
tate. Given under my hand this Uili dayof Novem
bsr, ISM. JENNIE VOIHH.
No.ni Fajjr,Ana,,WAiiii(UTO,D 0
Books bo end la every style Turkey, Itoro4e
X It OI OHALH.
nwsfNcr Ainr o'f'goyernment
V r BEEF CATTLE.
"" Of r 101 PtKrt CoHMtMAlT, )
Fort Mosnot, December 1,18. (
Sealed rroMsal. tn ducllcate. will bo received
by the nnderelgned until 12 o'clock, n.. on
WEDNtBDAY; the 20th dayof December, HM,
for the sale of ona hundred and fifty (150) head,
noro or less, prime Beef Cattle.
'ineuaitie win do soiaai ineir gross weignis.
Proposals wilt state the price ver pound. sroM
vein lit. and number of bead reaulred. Tho eroas
Weight to be determined In tho nsnal manner of
averaging me w-iini oi di came.
' Proposal! will be received for five head nd
Tbe Government reserves tbo right to reject
toy1 iwPOsJa deraed too low. Didders not
present will bo notified by letter of tho result of
their proposals. t
The Cattle to be removed Avodayi from date
of acceptance. They can bo teen at the Corral
near the Fort, are in good condition, and aro
really a superior let of Beef Cattle, fit for any
market. .... . ,
Terms t Cub, In Government funds, and prior
Proposal should bo endorsed on the envelope,
"Propoeals for purchasoof Beef CattlV' ad
dressed to JAMES CURRY,
ds2-18t uoionet ana i. d.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF BEEF CAT
TLB. OrriCI COMM IM11T 0P SCBSIBTIJtCB, )
Richmoxo. Vi., November 23, ISM.
by tho undersigned until 12o'eloek, m., on MON
DAY,' the lllh day of DECEMBER, 1?M, for tho
VIVE HUNDRED .W0) HEAD OF BEEF CAT-
The Cattle will bo sold at their gross weights.
1anAMU hAnfrl stste the Ttrlce ter round.
jttoss wslght, and tho number of bead required.
The gross welsbt to be determined In the usual
manner of averaging tho weight of BEEF CAT
TLE No bids will be received for aieunamirinan
twenty-five U) bead.
Tho Government reserves the right to reject
proposals deemed too low, Bidders not pre en t
will DO nounea oyicuer ei ioq imu.i vi iuiu
Tbe Cattle to be removed within ten days from
the date of acceptance, at tbo exponee of the pur
chaser. The Cattle can bo seen at tho Government sta
ble, known as Baeon'a Quarter Branch, on
Brook avenue. Rich mend, Va.
Terms t Cash; in Government funds, and prior
Proposals ebeuld bo endorsed on the envelope,
"Proposal for pnrehaso of Bef Cattle," and
addressed to the undersigned, at Richmond, Va.
By order of Thomas C. Sullivan, Brevet Major
and C. S., U. S. A. .Chief 0.8, Department of
Virginia. II. V. CLINTON,
no27-13t Captain, C. S. V.
PROPOSALS FOR LETTER BALANCES
Pobt Orrici; PrPARTHiJTT.,
Wairixotox D. C, October 30, 1S(U.
Sealed Propoaala will bo received at thli De
naHmeiit until ths lftth dav of December noxt. at
12 o'clock noon, for furnishing Let' or-Balances
tor in ns oi rosi uiuces in me uniiea oiaies iui
one year from and after the 31st day of Decern
ber next, of tho following description, namely i
lit Balances capable of welching elghtoooces,
avnlrJoTiols weitfhL ta be araded down to uuar-
ter Ounces. Of theso It Is supposed about JJS
will be required for one year A
2d, Bataaces capable of welghlag two pounds.
avoirdupois weignt w uo graded uown to nan
ounces, vi itiKse jt is sapposeu etuvui aim v iai w
reoulred for one year.
Perfect correctness wilt be required In tbe
balances to be furnished, as w ell as strength and
Sample of each description of Balance must
accompany eacn bid, and me umaer win msy
obtain tbe contract will bo required to furnish
Dalances ordereJ or a qnutty in au respccn
ahiibI lii Hi atsmnliB.
Each Balance uustbe well and securely packed
la a box for transportation.
That na1aneaa iiinut lid deli Tired, free of all
chsrge, to tho Bank Agency of the Post OClce
Department , at Washington, D. C., where the
same will bo accepted, IX found to be perfect and
eqaai io ine samples.
Each bidder must furnish with bis proposals
evidence of bis abllltv to comely with bis bid.
Two euOcient sureties win bo required to a
A failure to furnish the Balances as contracted
for promptly, or the furnishing of those vt an
Inferior qoalliy, will be considered a sufilctent
caase for forfeiture of tbe contract.
Proposals must be endorsed on tbe outside of the
envelope, Proposals' for Letter Balance, ' and
directed to tho first Assistant Postmaster Gene
ral, Washington u. u. w utaMXisu.t,
ocSl-wOw Postmaster General.
'PROPOSALS FOR WRAPPING PAPER
JL AND TWINE.
Post Orrtri DiIPAbtmiit, )
WAsntvoTox, D.C , October .10, 1SW
Scaled nronosal will be reived at this De
pi rtmest until the 19th day of December next.at 12
clock noon, for fttrnlsblog WRAPPING PAPER
AND TWINE for theme of tbe Poet Offices In
tbe United States for one year from and after tbo
311 aay ot uccemDor uex
The said articles to bedell.ered free of ox
Tense at the Blank Ageoclf of tho I" 1.0 flee
Department, at WasMngtmi, D. C, New York
city, and Buffalo, New York.
The estimated quantity of each artlele and the
quality thereof required at each gney yoarly
are specified below.
DISTRICT NO. I, AT WASniNOTON, D.C.
2,200 reams of wrapping paper, 20 by 23 Inches
In etie, of material and quality equal la all re
epecta to that now In use In the Department, and
to weigh 22 pounds to tbo ream, aad esch ream
to contain 20 perfect quires.
10,000 pouudi of Jute or other' lultabl twine,
hard twisted, and la bells, to weigh about one
v.aV fVLtaau Va IfVt. Sivius' utai'iivvui va
eighth of an Inch In diameter, and lit balls, to
DfbTRICT NO. 2. NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
12,Oii0 reama of wrapping paper, similar to that
described In tbe estimate tor District No 1.
27,000 pounds of jute or other twine, similar to
that as first described in tbe estimates for Dis
trict No. 1.
8,000 pounda of coarse hemp twlno, similar to
that of tbe second description, for tbe use of Dis
trict no. i.
DISTRICT NO. S, BUFFALO, N. Y.
10,000 reams of wrapping paper, hlmllar to
that described for District No. 1.
21,090 pounds of late or other twins, similar to
that described Tor the ute of District No. 1
7,000 pounds of coarse hemp twine, similar to
that of tbe second description In the estimates
for District No. 1.
Propeials will bo received for each article sep
arately, and separately for each Dlstilct, or for
all the article and for all the Districts.
Tbe contract or contrasts wilt be awarded to
tha Ifiwawt and bant tildJer. ta be determined
after a careful examination, for the purpose of
ascertaining wmn iia wiu in 11 practical re
sults be most advantageous to the Department.
H tbo districts auouia uo reconstructed or in
rrAa.Htd In number, or auv of tbem discontinued
the articles shall be delivered at such place or
places aa the Postmaster General shall designate
ct nrn ValaV rtAS.
And the Postmaster General reserves to himself
the right of Increasing or reducing tne quantity
Af th art1cla AMtlmsteJ and named In this ad
vertisement if he shall consider It proper to do
Samples of such articles as are now used at the
post offices can be seen at either of tho above
Bidders will send samples of inch article as
they propose to furnish with their bids.
Each bidder must furnish with his proposals
guaranties of his ability to comply with hi bid.
and a certificate from his nearest postmaster that
such gnarantore aro creditable and reliable cltl
tens mo ft also accompany bis proposals.
Two sufficient tureties will bo required to a
A failure to rurnien me article or arucic con.
traeted for promptly, or the furnishing of an ar
ticle Inferior to that contracted for, will be con
sidered asunclentausforthe forfeiture of fhe
Bids not made in accordance with thjs notice
will not be Lonnldered
Proposals must be marked on tbe outside of
tbe envelope with tho name of tbe article or ar
ticles contracted for, aud the letter containing
tbeiu addressed to the First Assistant Postmaster
oc31wflw Postmaster Geuorat,
JOUN tt. ELVANS 4 CO.,
87 Lonlslana avsnoo and Ml 0 atreet,
WAsniNoroN, d, c,
TIN-rBanea (pig) ; "Stralti" (plgfc); EnglUb
(pigs): btralts" (pigs In bars).
LEAD Pig, Missouri, rig, Geruau, pig, Eng
lish; bar: sheet, 3, i, 6, t lb, ; pipe.
EINC n, 34, 38 Inch sheet.
TUDBBER'S ANTI-FHICTION METAL.
SOLDER Brailer'ej powter.
COPPER firuler'si .beat blag ; do. tlnaodi
B H ABnSk set,
TIRHa-BR Oiati OH DIUVJKt
pALTIMOBH LOCK HMPITAU
IVraliMUlED ASA mTFUGS TP.OH CUACX
uii oil; vLAfa .:intH a fitmi our ai
1R .tVTtftsTotftst Jwr,jvl tin f.Af. uh
tun, Ul; And only ftffttial ridylkth
Mt.lforWitAscrftefatcf Limb. Strlet
ar4, AsMitoneef the Cldbeye aad Eladden las
voluntary dlscLauM, Irnr-uteuey, Gneral Do
blllty, NervonaneM, Dyspcj-sia, Languor, Low
Kptrits, Confusion of Ueaa, Palpitation of tbo
Hem, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Bight
or OiddlneoH, Diseases of the uead. Throat, Nose,
or bk'u, AtTvitliina of tbo Lungs. Stomach, of
EAWclf those terrible disorders arising from
the Solitary lUbtts of Youth tboi iscnrr and
a.llury practice! more fatal to their victims then
tLerfODg of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulysses,
blighting Ibrlr most Hllltant bopea or antlclpa
tlons, rendering marrlsge, &e., impossible.
Eprrlally, who have become the vlcttmi of Soll
Ury Vice, that dreadfol aod dettructlvo habit,
whtcb annnelly sweep to an untimely gravo
lhoiiM.n'1 of Yituog Men of the most exalted tal
f Pts and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise
bavo entranced listening Senates with tbo thun
ders of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy tbo living
lyre, may caU with fltoonfldenc.
Msrrled Persons, or Yonng Men contemplating
xuarrlAtre, belug awar of physical weakness,
organic debility, deformities. Ae.( spoodUy
lie who places Mueelf nnder tb caro of Dr.
J. may religiously confide on hi bonor aa a gen
Herns n. and confidently rely upon hi skill ai
Immediately Cored and Full Vigor reitmS.
ThU DrcadfolDlseaso wnleh render Life mlts
eraMo and Marriage imponlbte U tho penalty
paid by tbo victim of Improper Indulgence.
Touag persona aro too apt to eommlt oxoosseo from
not being aware of the dreadful consequences that
may eoioe. Now, who that understand th
subject will pretend to deny that tbo power of
r recreation Is lost sooner by those falling Into
mproper habits than by tbe prudent. Beside
being deprived tbo pleasures of healthy off
spring, th most serious and destructive symp
toms to both body and mind arise. Tbe system
become deranged, tho Physical aad '.Mental
Functions weakened Los of Proc restive Power,
Nervous Irritability, DyppepsU, Palpitation of
the Heart, Indigestion, Co ustltnt tonal Debility,
a Wasting of the Frame, Coughs, Consumption,
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTn FREDERICS: STREET,
Left band side, going ftym Baltimore atreet, a
few door from tno corner. FaU not to observe
same and number.
Lellers iunt bo paid and contain a stamp. Tbe
Doctor' Diploma hang In blA office.
Member of tho Royal College of Surgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one of ino most eminent Col
leges In the United States, and the greater part
of whoso life bas been spent la th bospltnln of
London, Paris, Philadelphia, and elsewlvie,
brs etTecled somo of tbe mot astonishing cures
that were over known many troubled wltU
ringing In the head and ear when asleep, great
nervoniness, being alarmed at s addon sounds,
bashful u ens, with frequent Mushing, attended
sometimes with a derangement uf tbo mind,
were cured Immediately,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE,
Dr J. addresses all thou who bavo Injured
tbemselvee by Improper Indulgence and solitary
bablts. w bleu ruin both body aud ulud.uu.lt-
ptUg them for either business, study, aocle'y or
Thee aro soma of tho sad and melancholy ef
fects produced by early habits of youth, vlai
Weakness of the Back aud Limbs, Pains In tbe
Eiiud, Dlu.net) ef Eight, Los of Muscular
Power, Palpitation of tho Heatt, Dyspepsia,
Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Diges
tive Functions, General Debility, Symptom of
Mi.iTAtLT. The fearful effects on tbe mind
are much to bo dreaded Loss of memory. Con
fusion of Ideas, Depienlon of bplrt(s,Evll Fuie
bcdlngs, Aversion to boclty, beldltrust,
Love of Soil ode, Timidity, Ac, are come of the
Thouauds of persons of all age cau now Judge
what Is tho cause of their declining health, los
ing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous
aod emaciated, having a singular appearance
about the eyes, oough and 7Ujtou- of con
Wbo have Injured themselves by a certain prao
tlce Indulged In when aloneHi built frequently
learned from evil compiniTOs,or teeboot,tbe
effects of which are nightly frlt.vrn whn
asleep, aad If not cured reader tR.srrlnftO'liti'-tj.f
Bible, and destroys both nrlnd apJ body shoulJ
What a pky that a young man, tbe hop of bts
country, the pride ,of bis parents, ehfrild be
snatched from all proaptxts antt eaJoymeLtd of
life, by tbe coneqttfnre of deviatlug tmm tbe
path 01 nature and Indulging In a certain secret
tabtt. Such persons Mmr, before cootemplatlug
reflect that a sonnd mind and body are the mit
necessary requisites to promoterununblul h.ppt-
flness. Indeed, without th, tho Jooruoy
brough life become a wry pllgrlmsge, tbe
protpott hourly darken tj tho vlt-wt thiliiJ
bacomee shadowed with dosMlrtand Bite.) with
the melancholy rcfiectl. n that ttithspi laeniof
another becomes bllfhtct irtlli onrowir
DIbEAHE OF IMPRUDUNCE.
When the misguided abd tmpindeot votiry of
plMsurofiuds be has lrabltd tb itoeds of Hi
faluful UUeite,lt too oftea Lapp-mi id at an 111
lined sense of shame, or dread of discovery, dti
ters blm from applyitu; to thoo wbtfront fdu
eAtlwn and renvoi taMUty.cauulOD befriend 1,1111
Ho falls Into tuetnndsof Ignorant nul les!tiktng
pretcndertt.wbo.lDcapftbloof curtu,flUh liip
eunlary subitAnce, kr p blm rl1lng ruoniliaur
monlb,or as long as tbo nalli.t fee cau oh
lAlned, and In detpitr live hlta nlth ruined
health to sigh over Lis galllqg dittipp,iltitrofat;
or, by the uo of that deadly prison, M-'reury,
hasten tha oiaMitnilonAl yiiiptouis (( thU trrt.
rlble dlseue, euch as Alit.eloii of tho Head,
Throat. Nose, Skin, etc ,prigrsnlag wlthfr(Lt
fnl rapidity till death put a pur'od to bit d reudf ul
suffering by sending him Io that undlscoyvred
country from wboxe bturii in lravolr ictarns,
ENDORSLME.NT OF THE PRESS.
The many tbonseiudsmrel at thl lurtltatlon
within the last etghten yours, and Uie uumtruis
Surgical OptrAtlons performed by Dr. Jobustrui.
wltucbucd Ly tho rvpfitrrsof lie "Sun, Mnd
many otber paper, uotlrvs of which upreirvd
again and again before tie public, bt.Vlee lilt
tandlng aa a gentleman of charttctcr and ro
sponilbllUy, 1 a infflclent guarantee to tho a-
SKIN DISEASFJ5 SPKEPILT CURED.
Portions Htlng slwnld be particular tn direct
lag their letters to his Institution, In tie follow
ing manner t
JOHN M. JOnNSTON. M D ,
Baltimore Lock Hospital,
Jl-ly lUIHmoro, Maryland
DR. S. B. BIGESMOND.
253 FsnnsylvAnU Avenue, between Twelfth, and
Tntrteenth streets, Washington.
Dr. 6. calls tbo attention.of the public to the
following advantages of his Improved system 1
1st. The teeth of his manufacture will never
corrode nor change color by any acids, and nr
three fourths lighter than any other.
2d, No teeth or roots need be extracted, aa tbe
artificial oot can be Inserted over them.
3d. Tbe root will bo made Inoffensive And
never to ache.
4th, No temporary teeth are needed, aa per
manent one it an be made Immediately, thereby
preserving the natural expression of the face,
which, nnder tho old system, Is frequently dl
6tb. This work baa been fully tested for over
five years by many of the first chemists and
nhrsidan of thla und tha utd country.
JL ,. . . . . ... la-i ae
B. naaaiso inventeu n wnue luuesirucu-
bl install Alltntf.
, witA wmen me mosi D"iu
teeth can bo filled without pain, and can build
up a perfect sound tooth on any sld roots, which
wtU fast through a lifetime.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I
With Innoxious Vapor, by Dr. Slgesmond, ,2G0
Pennsylvania avenne, Inventor and sol manu
faetnrer of Anaestle Innoxious Vapor, (not
Laughing Gas, nor Chloroform or Ether,) but
strictly an Anaestle agent, entirely free from ex
hilarating effect, aod perfectly harmless, cans
log a qnlet sleep, with pleasant sensations and
for feci Insensibility to pain
The best of reference given If required.
Calland examine for yourselves. d1
THE IMANCIPATIOlTpROCLAMATION VIN
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION OF
THE PREFIDENTOF THE UNITED STATES.
ISSUED JANUARY 1, 1&6&
LETTER OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. fl.
TO TIIE UNION CONVENTION
HOLDEN AT SPRINGFIELD.
(IlXa,,)6EPT. 8, 1$3.
In Pamphlet Form, with Coven, OBcUlIr
Revised and Corrected.
For sale at th Navioxal RirpiucAX Offlce.
Prlee Ten cents per eopyj 12 copies, 1 id
copies 42. Malted , fis 0 poiUge, to any part
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