Newspaper of Evening Star, February 9, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 9, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. f AB EWKLI. ?t rancncE. Mv snttl thy sacred image keep*, My midwght dreams are all of ihce, for namre then in silence sleeps. And silence broods o'er land and tea; Oh. in that bU'I, mysterious hour, How ott from waking dreams f start, To find thee but a fancy flower, Thou cherished idol of my heart, Thou hast each thought and dream of nune? Hare 1 m turn one thought of thine ? Torever thine my dreams will be, Wi.ats'er may be my fortune here; I a?k not lore?I claim from thee Only one boon, a gentle tea^ May t:'er blest visions fiOin above Plav brightly round thy happy heart, And may the beams of peace and lov?, Ne'er irom tliy glowing soul depart, Farewell! my dreams are still with thee. Hast thou one tender thought of me ? M%>> like summer bird* may fly, >fyih??pes like summer blossom* depart, But there'* one flower that cannot die? T hy holy memory in my heart : Xo dew* that flower's cup may All, No jiunlight to its leaves be given, But it w.ll live and flourish still. An deathleiw as a thing of heaven.^ Mv soul greets thine, uom<u<k'd, unsought, Ha?t thou for me one gentle thought? I'wtw?HI farewell! my far off ffiend! Between us broad blue rivers flow. And lorest wave, and plains extend, And mountains in the sunlight glow. The wind that ho-atiies upon the brow Is uot the wind that breathes on mine, Th? star beams shining on thee now Ate not the brains that on me shine, But memory's spell is with us yet? I anst thou the holy past forget The hitler tears that you and 1 May shed whene'er by ar ^ui?h Lowed Exhaled into the noontide sky May meet and mingle in tlie cloud; ? And thus, my much beloved friend though ws Far, tar apart must live and move, Our souls when God shall set the free, ?'an mingle m the world of love, This wa< an ecstacy to me ? Say?would it be a jov to thee ! Pkfjtdice.?All men are apt to have a conceit of their own understanding, to be tenacious of the opinion they profess: and yet almost all men are guided by the understandings of others, not by their own; and may be said more truly to adopt than to beget their opinions. N urses, parents, pedagogues, and after them all, and above them all, the univer sal p.\iagO?ues, custom, till the mind with notions which it has no share in framing, which it receives as passively as it receives ?he impressions of outward objects, and which left to itself, it would never have framed, perhaps, or would have examined afterwards. Thus, prcju dicies are established by education, and habits by custom. We are taught to think what others think, not how to thind for ourselves; and whilst the mem ory is loaded, the understanding regains unexercised, or exercised in such tiam me as coa.-train its motions, an-1 direct its place, till that which was artificial becomes in sort natural: and the nind can go no further. It may smmd oddly, but it is true in mauy cases, to say that if men had learned less, their way to knowledge would be shorter and easier. It is, indeed, shorter and easier to p:o ceed from ignorance to knowledge, th&n from error. They who are in the last condition must unlearn, before they car. learn to any good purpose: and the first of this docile task is not, in may respects, the least difficult, for which reason it is seldom undertaken. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. vV titardi "3 -a a & j c, wi<la&?. A W Biackburu, Fa T C English, USA A C Hall, d-? J c Walsh & lady, NY J II Mlai Mi>* \Val>Jj X tlo II Barrett, Me Iu M- Uonnick, USA W ? iiauiberlain. NY J VV Ball, NY W VV Chaiiilxfiiaiu, do J T Ciowell, NJ Bli^> R t baiubtrlaiu, do >1 FaiL?, MJ ? H' Lcwh,*i SJA.-hill L B 1 witetiril, do Arttwm' l<n*i?i. r. a 4. *aofc>. T Aikbttn, M.I J ttedzer, NY J S Mitch. II and family, J Robinson, do \a J Cook, do II Skinne.i. do S B Cole, do T S Sands at son, (>t J B Savant, do J M trtwnttK o A C Hammond and aly, W M Murpl.y, Ky Va II J Staple, Fa F A Mi w?n?fr and lady, KHopton, Va M*m J J An>ierw?n, do \V llambler, Cal 11 T Mil;er, do II Schultzc, Fa S M Yost, .10 Gen Blake, DC Mrs Conaefl. fan Capt G A Kiwlinss, Md A \V Blackburn, Fa 1? s Mortis, Va K Mannfc, do K Marquay k. lady, La C S Tltompaon, Va 11 flaz? lune, SC ' I) VV Fryatt, do VV Steele, do VV F Herr). Md J VV Whitloek, Md VV Z Beall, do G McReod, Ky J B Bromley, Ct J Mearu, Ga G Dudley, do VV K Dean, VY V E Thayer, Ma-s J VV ( lark, do K VV King. NY VV II Finn, Tern VV J Ives at family, A|, j D Mclean, Va A F Ja*ke, Va G VV Uuuter, jr, NY ? VV VV lli>er, Md R C Downan, Va A E Jackson, T?-nn H T Bartktt, La S B Cunningham, do J C Carter, Mo J VV Harrison, Va J F Bu'l, Md VV L Walker, do II VV Baldwin, NY II Myers, do ^ T Hall, do T Bruinan, Ga VV S Carter, do R P Clark, do ^ Col G VV Ewing, I id C Cray, do T 8 Ri.lgway, Pa A VT Wooler, NC M B Miller, d.) B Whitfield, do M'<J M Siimiies, NY C II VV i?ht,*!d J White, do J 11 Wight, tlo J J Sc tl, do W B Holliiigworth, do Xstloaal ilotal?s. d. wiluu. J Fitch. \Y If F Lombard & lady, NY SBtoyie Micii Mi-s Rurnap, do B B VV asMngt' n, Va >1..? Skee', do J Allsn.do Mxs KaldAin, do A G Allan, do B B Andrews, NY J VV Cram, Md J 11 Sawyer, Va S Harlan, ir, Del li F Oarmichael, do S >1 Hamilton, Md C S Cross, NY L R W|isun,<io i W Olreg, do W BauAi.-#, do G R ? Laffl r, Md J B Brooke, do J B Buuklv, do B F Thurston. RI Mr Miller, DC C Sohr? iber. Fa A Pendergra<t, L'SN VV Kwiii, Va M J Moore, NC R Rowlev. NY M t arter, NY J T Hutchinson, .Vd J VV Beebee, do G L Awes Ma*.- VV Harris, NY VV 11 Willcox, CI J L Smith, do Col Stull h ward, Pa R A McFarland, do C?d Harney, L'SA R C Jonnston, SC JvlrktV 00.? IIosit ?J. n. a a* KikKwoOP. C?pt VV J G-nil I, NV T R llaskins, Q.t Mi.?s K Gould, do J VV Caton, O Dr G S Boit, do R 12 Stewart, do L II Taliaferro. Va F A Robinson, Fa Col J H Bewmun, Mi Mr Fatiou. Me J Stamper, V a Mr? Patton, do J 11 Manu. Fa S J Cozins, Mass G I* Preseott, Md T P Maxwell, do S M G<jldsbwroii!?h, USN R M Knowles, NY J* i' Jackson. N V T S Harper a ladv, Pr? P K Thomas. Ma-s R A Young, do ( A*t' f *1 ^ts' ?i 11 o? #I ?a a. Bai ihit. J Doling, NY J Hanncgan, Md J Ci>miiiai>din. O J Sathrem, l> B B Swan, Nil S Johnson, Md H C Lonng. Va J II Miller, (> J C 'h>uii, K ?nsas J B I'.-ward, M;ua Dr Brown, Va * VV P RUkely, Va G F Kutz, NJ VV A Harris, Mo S M Bell, O J Conover, NY V' Miller, do VV VV Dunnavant, Va M Marlow, do B C Bill, Md M B Dyott, Pa JTniialun llcust, Alexandria, Va. a. nswtom, raoraiaToa. M P Flaeide, Md N B?Tkeley, Va B Frariklin. IK7 C F B- rkelcy. do VV F Evans, d" J T Brow n, Md F A Franklin. NY J Clew, do DrPr Slaughter, Va R P N Garuett, Va W B Slaughter, do T A Robinson, do C H L'pton, do R J T White, do T M Alfriend, do A VV Yerbv. do Col fl B Powell, do T AslibX, do C II Stewart, do I) L McGuire, do A A Mar-hall, do R Boiling, do A R Sparks i wife, DC VV 11 Peyton & wife, do Jt Suiiiiueruuui, Va T t? Dicker*)*, NY i ii m 1 JOHN H. BUTHMANM, IMPORTRR AND DIALER IN WINK, BRAN dy, Cigars, Ac., Peou?> Irani* |T6BD(, south side botween 4.^ and Sixth streets, h? rec?ived bl? fall stoek tnd assortment of the above, consisting in part of? Msdeira, Sherry, Port of various gmd.*,Ch%m|>agn? in qt? and pts, different brands A grant vaii*ty of llhin?* Wioe, s of it spaxk Ud| Also, St. Perry sp*rklin* red and a lute Claret, at trees trom $8 60 per dos?n to the highest or der And oaniercas other kinds of Wi.ie Almv T#ry cut erior Cognac, pal* and dark: 8chaid? am din, Jamaica Rum. fine old Whiskey, Irish Malt, Cordial*, and Uarana Cigars. dee 19 -2?wfw . PROPOSALS TOd MAIL BAGS. Post Ofkick Department, January 12,1855. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this I>e;>aJlment until 9 o'clock a. in., ol the 23d of April next. for furnishing for four years from the 1st day of July next, in suoh qoantitiee and hi such lime* a? may be required ami ordered lor the mail service, mail bags of the following description, to wit ? Canvas Mail Dags. Size No. 1, (43 inches in length, an.l 62 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, weighing 15 ounces to the yard of27 inches width; the yarn of the fabric to be doubled and twisted and five-fo'.d. Size No. 2, (41 inches in length, and 48 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, wsijlnng 16 ounces to the yard of 27 inches width, and the cloth to be woven in every respect like that of the first size of bag*. Size No. 3, (32 inches in length and 38 inches in circumference.) to be made ol cotton canvass, weighing 10 ounces to the yaid of 22 inches width, and th ? cloth to be woven a? above described. The canvass bags of sizes No*. 1 and 2 are to be made with a sufficient number of eyelet holes, and provided with strong cord to secure their months. All are to be well and distinctly marked '4 U. S. Mail," and to be numbered according to the sizes altove specified. Leather and Canvai* Pouches. Size No. 1.48 in. in lengih, and 60 in. circumference Size No. 2.41 do c!o 48 do Size No. 3. 36 do do 42 do Size No. 4. 36 do do 36 do Size No. 5. 26 do do 28 do The body of the leather pnuchcs is to be made of good and substantial buu h ailier, well tanned, weigh ing for Nos. 1 and 2 not less than 8 ounces, and tor the smaller sizes not lea? than 7 oq/iees to the sq. foot; the bottom and flap to be of good skirtine leather, well tanued, ana the same to be well and strongly secured witli the best iron ri' e s. well tinned. The eanvas.-i pouches are t.> be maJe ol densely woven canva-s, s ? as to resist water, or at bast equal to that of which the pouches now in the service are made. Leather and Canvass Ilorse-viail Bags, (in saddle baga form.) Size No. 1. Bodv 48 inches long, and 12 inches in circumference at the widest parts ; ends or bottoms of s me, 14 by 26 fetches Size No. 2. Body 44 inchcs long, and 30 incl.e- in ' circumference st the widest parts ; tin!.- or bottoms , of same, 12 by 24 inches Size No 3. Iloiv 42 inches Ion4, and 32 incites 111 circumference at the wiJest paiLs; t ui!. or bottom of same 10 by 20 inches The leather horse mail bags are to be made o; good and substantial b ig b alii r, Weil tairiwd, :uid : weighing not l's< thau 7 ounces to liie rq.nr* f-?-?t. and the seams to he well and strongly sewed ; or, it nyetted, to be so d<mu as not to chafe tin horse 01 rider. The canvass horse mail bags are to be made ol the same quality of fabric as tiie pouches alove do scribed. Canvass and Leath r Drop l ttsr Pouchcs, ; (with bide pockets.) Size No. 4. 30 in. in length, and 36 111 circumference Size No. 5. 26 do do 28 do Cunritb* Ne'jcsjHij>er Mail Size No. 1, (48 inches 111 length and 62 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, weighing at least 15 ounces to the yard of ihl inches width; the yam of the fabric to be doubled and twisted and five fold, and the bag to be so constructed as to bi locked, and to have a handle at eacii end. Size No. 2, (41 inches long au J 48 inches in cir cumference,) to he of the s;itne material and man ner of construction with size No. 1. Proposals for improvements 1:1 the construction 01" any of the above described nnil-bags, or in the nin te rials thereof, ore iiiv?te.J; an i the relative value 1 and adaptation to the serv.ee as well as price of inch improvem nt will lie considered in determin ing the lowest and best bidder. No proposals will be c- nsiderctl if not accom panied with samples of each article In! lor, showing the construction, quality of maicitals.and workman ship proposed, and aNu with evidence of the com petency and ability of the bidder to execute the work acc<KJing to contract. The specimens must be delivered at the Depart ment on or In-fore the 23d day cf April next, and ill, in connexion with the proposals form the ba?is of thkeontracif,. Specimens di-posi'ed by bidder ivbieh siay with safety a;.d < onvenu nee be used in the inau service >vill be p ud lor at the rates pro poned by tliem. A decisian on the bi.is will b?- made on or before the first day uf May in it, and the bidder or bidders clwMen will be r quired to enter into contract on or before the '5th day of icne next, with bond and sufficient sureties for a faithful performance of tin obligations as entered into All the articles contracted for are to be delivered at the contractor's expense, at Boston, Ma.^achu setts; New Vork and Buffalo, N. Y.; I'hiladlphia ind Pittsburgh, Pa.; Baltimore, Mil.: Washington, D. C.; Charleston S.C.; Angn>?^tja.; Vlomgomery, Ala.; New Orleans, La : Vi?.-liWle, Tenn.; Louis vdle, Ky.; Cincinnati, Ohio; and St. Li.uis, %jo., in such quanuties and at such times as tin- Depart ment may requir*'; and they are to br ngid y 111 speeted before delivery, and none are to tie received which shall be inferior to Ihe ?peviuiensor stand ard b.gs. To enable bidders to estimate tho number of the different kinds of mail b.ie- wbi>-h will probably be required, they are iiiiormed that there were fur nished for the u<c of the Department, during Him year winch ended 30 h June last. 2.135 Icath^f pouches; 3,'<7o canvass fioucbcs; 450 !? ather horse mail ba^s; 6O0 canvass horse mail bags; and 17,110 cai.vass 111.ul bags. The proposals should l?e endorsed " Projects for Mail Hagand be aduressed to the " J'ostma*tcT General." * JAMES CAMPBELL, jan 15?lawl2w Postmaster General. ROSENKRANZ Ph\N0S. Jl'ST received two of the above uaequalled in ttruments direct from the Mattu factory 111 Dresden, Germany. These! Pianos having both, after a lot g sea*. and land voyage, arrived 111 perfect* tune, afford another guarantee of thtir superiority in keeping in tune. 1 heir beauty and power ni tone elicits the highest cuccniums from all the great iiiusnflti crities of Europe. MIL BU S &. HITZ, Music Depot, cor. Pa. av. 11th aud D sta. an 8? tt [No. 528.] NOTICE <?F THE DISCONTINUANCE O/lfie United States laiul office at JejfersonvUle, Vin cennes ami W iuatmu , Imliana. ITNDEK the provisions of the second section of ) the act of Congress, approved June 12, 18tt), which declares "that whenever the quantity of pub lic laeds remaining unsold 111 any land district shall be reduced to a number of acres less than one hun dred thousand, it shall be the duty of the Sec retary of the Treasury to discontinue the laud office for such district; and if any land 111 any such dt-trict shail remain unsold at the time of the discontinuance of a land office, the same shall he subject to side at some one of the existing land ol fiees in> ><t convenient to the di-triet in which the laud oflice .hall have been discontinued, of which the Secretary of the Treasury shall give notice;" and inasmuch as the 7th se< ti< 11 of the act approved 4th Sept mher, (841, authorizes the Secretary ot the Treasury to contuiue any laud district in uliieii is situated the scat of government ?f any one of the States, notwithstanding the quantity 01 land unsold in such di-lrict may not amount to tuor<? iban oui hundred thousand acre<, when in Ins opt>: on 'uch continuance may be required by public convenience or in order to close the laud system in such state at a convenient point under the provisions of the act on that sabject approved June 12, 1840, an.l inn* n.urh a* the duly a/ore required kax been demdred upon the Secretary of the Interior by ''the ait to ei t.iUUh the Home hepartmentapproved 3J March, IS49: Notice is accordingly hereby given that, ia view of reports from lie* lanl officers at hi: rksonvih*, Vinckn.xks, and VVin aMai , that the vacant land in each of said districts is reduced below one hundred thousand acres, the Secretary of the lute-, ior, a-ith the aj.pioitatum of the I'rcsidtnl, has directed thai tlie land offi.-?wat JerrtnsoiviLi.K, Vikck-SNZm and Winama r; 111 the Htate of Indiana, be discontinued, and tin- lauds remaining unsold at the tim< of tlie discontinMance be made subjcct to sale at the land office at I.nuianapous, the seat of government ol said State. Lands remaining [un-old, and uappropriated h> law, and subject to'privale entry within the limits of the districts now discontinued, wid cease to be subject to entry as heretofore at those offices, from the date of the reccipt of this notice by the reg sters and receivers thereof, and the land officers at Indi arafolis will give public notice of the day on which they will be prepared to receive applications for entries of any such lands at their office. JOHN wILSON. Commissioner ol Gmicral Land Office. Jani aKY 25, 1855. jan 29?lawflw FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUIL1/1NQ LOT-< it lo fisat sr more., ir various tarts ot th? City, *nJ 0<orgetown, at le.wpTlix". ?Qd tenns (0 suit. LLOYI> <1 00. building STUSIK, Por sals, dsliver*bl? ?t the Canal, or WhagTM it Waftington. Qecrgetcwn, or Aleiandria. LLOYD A CO. Iftthacreet, opp. Treaaurj D^pa-1 taut. I PROPOSALS FOB FTTWIISHmO PAPER FOR TBI PUBLIC PRIWTIHG OrriOI PUFERIWTKJIDKIfT Pl'BLlC PRIKTIKO, Washington, January 25,1855. N pursuance Of the provision*! of the act entitled, ? "An act to provide for executing the public printing," fcc., approved Augu?t 2H, 1*52, sealed propowas will be received at this office. in the Cap itol, until Wednesday, the 28th day of March next, at 12 o'clock u>., for furnishing the following quan tities anil descriptions of writing paper, to wit: 8500 reams, weighing 28 pounds per ream, and mea suring 19 by 26 inches 3,100 reams, weighing 26 pounds per ream, and mea suring 18 by 25 inches ? 100 reams, weighing 24 pounds per ream, and mea suring 18 by 22 inches 340 reams, weighing 22 pounds per ream, and mea suring 18 by 18 inches > 400 reams, wiglang 12 pounds per ream, amftaca suring 12 by 18 inches All these papers to be made of the best materials, and finished in the best manner and tree from adul teration. A contract will be entered into for sup plying the qaantities stated, at such times as the public service may require, but the privilege is re served of ordering a greater quantity of either kin 1, should a greater quantity be required, at such times and in such quantitie* as may In; deemed necessary. Samples ol' eircli kind of paper must accompany each bit, and all pnqiosals and samples must be transmitted to this oflice, free of jiostage or otiier expense. Each proposal roust lie signed by the individual or fi rn making it, and must .specify the price per pound, and the consequent price per ream (and but one price) of each description of paper. All the paper must be delivered tit such place or places ac may be designated in VVa>hincton city, in good or.?er, free of all and every extra charge or ex pose, anu subject to the inspection, count, weight an I measurement of the Supeunteudeiit, and be in all respects satisfactory. Blank forms for proposals will be furnished at this office to persons applying lor them ; and none will ne taken into consideration uulcss substantially agn eing therewith. Bonds with approved securities will be required; an3 the supplying of an inferior article, or a failuie to supply the quantity required at any tiin-J will be considered a violation ot the contract. Each bidder is required to furnish with his propo sals satistaetory evidence of his ability to execute it, and any proposal unaccompanied with such evi dence will be rejected. Proposals will be addressed to the ?'Sup rintend ent of the Public Printing, Capitol of K-.r United States, Washington, and endorsed "Proposals tor Supplying Paper.*' 11 A. <7. PR A MAN, Superintendent of the lNiblic Printing, jan 29?eotd INVIGORATING CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. Health restored and lifs LBNUTHBX?1>, by I UR. MOIISK'P INVIGORATING Ef/XUt OP. (J0KDIAL.?At first the proper t!ei a.tribnte I to Pro'. MOaQS Ii: VWOliATKO Ki.'X'R v?". CORUiAL were leeraod i^balouf. The public often deofired, could nc'. Lsluoe the aiuipie *dJ su -'iac truths laoounced by the d'woverer.? Hui t* . ui.i;at?lile facts atiesteu by *i;r>e.-ai* o: .leiiigh- elr.*s ac.1 obarsctfr, are now triumph i^rj. kli Jdji'i. 0i.lTV 18 l/VER Ttf tU-* '? by >4 :ck - o: i.eft;ir_m> -rtich ia perfectly irrr *lat?oi?. ^*.? y :li* rexwei, ?o sil < *??-., lli? ieplorable KHxiug tTOm kiilU'UC Ot kbu it. Oi ViTIOUS or* *-j.j ri'- :h make i?p the vo-vd- '? !: "?-.oine .cuv* to toll T'lj'Sf eve./ 'i iic?t> tut.o i!3u cc>^aectea wiiii tL?t r-\joo^;pound ./ cf lasit..?? ul mi.vl, ueje.rr.ry to the reyr-t d^U-. )?? ?] i?.m "i lift 1 of le?b'e in use a iarfra-.i-. - I f: ?ect v.:*l y.wer, '.t !? r?coti mca'-d .1 ? only nem.3 ol ecaiTiui-lcitiE^ that ?ner;> * -? ?- '.*> th? ?r.: p=>r enjoyment cf ili Uu loral appftt ? ? .*.s f.cll tLe M.jher inrOt'kl a tiiouttffl. itf I rk.f? V" t? are not con to tbirw* or to ar,j Hie feeble girl, the ailing wise, toe li-'tiefl'. oni'?tt*l y>utl',the over # iii- >-ar: CT t; ? vU: ia of u... <*..ui ue pr?. i i ir.r-idu<! -i-.r-j'ir 4 uei?l <S* bi'.U;,, < : '1 >>ui ti e of "rgaa, will *l'i Cud i wr-i.. !?- tri ?ae .',. r?:::cf froia the n^t- "f' ?i;> incDJivtr?>bl -rrvt . r. "'*o 4ho_* who have a p'rlL; .1 i"T'. >'? it \rove ? complete pa.I nr-W'Scg ". ; ?^rtl ""ijalnc* ?bet terri ble inalaiy. 'Li er i ? re i. y, r-iio have so 1 txi-ed with '?"ex'.* they th'.nk hero^lves beyond tlia net 'itn these despair. Th* Jf:i^!r;>ris ":tv <:;c-H5e-s UeTi?ta, without retercuce to ct :?? r, t.d wiH not ,? relieve the disorderh?el.. bs* i.gyuiLi/ tiib broken co\"-urim Jiente of tl?? Ej i>w- ie*>'.in{ to nrr xous ii^< .id, at.<t the forms of acrvoc;^ distc^e it self, e.e ao nui vrous t'uani Wuiili rcqulrvdca'aroj to eanmer--te t.ie maladies tor *liich thun p.ep-ra rati' a ij ??. tveci?)f.. 'A f-w, howev. r, rihj b<;anuiiit rate i, ?)?; uc dolereaux, ht* <ach?-,lncii)> lent p*ra!y?iu, hystena. jialpitition of the hetri.bpi m' arfe"tionr, mnacu-arability, tremor*, ttatulenc.% a ptac .inrf iu '.he tlesb, n,-mbuta-'. f*rpM itt '{til H.r, r, ? -iU:l tt-j weatner> of the till, iadisp? ?!? 111? inovj, :?i!ni:.?ep alter iTXt'cise, broker, -leer- - . twrityina It hxs, inability to r> sain In oaa place * p^siu-tn, 'jees ol th? pr> :eativ?; or<au!% y, melao-'^olv, mono^t -' ia !l jr<r alba?, T.kfng ?t ti.e ft?omacIlt !r ina'.? irrag*iiarich?e, a ejiornc *^u.l ;nc/ to mi.'CK*. dw*f ^iSd-'in^tu, c ? ! 21:. "v. **. .-ii.il growing out fi a tr - Iti'Ialnenee oj t?ie pviHio-, =, ur.d .11 '-*rr?nac..? rbat does t?t troi.i o?/a*".i<* cknr;g beyoud the r uh ofce-icine Whenever lb* organs to be *ct*v? ui cn are ftree fror?i malformatioa or itrK.ural'li'ra:*^ it avtrred that MORfcii'ri INVtaOlUTINU MJSi-t wiii weaKneis) with strength, iacai<aoity with ?sJlei?'Gcy, irre^ul.?rity wirfa acd natural ac tivity, snd this not fe?j!y vckxiwut fc-Si*rd ol reaction, but w.rh a haj py eff>x<n on tiie ral otrgauization. Cin iri.ad that all maladies, wherever tbe; W/in, fjmth witn the uerro.u t>yrt?ia, and tbm the piulii?tii>D <"-f t!ie :: ?rve* or mrfioii and -encatioa i? p iyf.ir&! i?->vkh. BeHi'iumiud t'lat for ?ve. y kinl of cerrfts dbea^e :li* i 0.r-S:ai Is th* only relisfc'* jirsT'srwn- o * r.e?ii. CAtTlO*. i -L. H' '.?? n lavia-iEir.n-j Cor.!>i?i ? ' -?o ocua ^12? nnprinciflod n". la fiituie. a:' Nie gfn Cordi ! r?ti have prcprie'.or's fae fissile paste-' or-r the oor'i 01 -a-: bottle.anl tfc<? foi'o .in , words blowr in tb^ ?;'as , *?f ovb?'i Iav!?jor*tit?<5 Cordial, C. Q. lURti, Proprietor, ?.V, The 1" ynt up 'llghly eon'"*ntrat*l, l? $4ut iK.t J??6. Vrio:, - C2 l>*' v- ??la*; tvo for $;*; si* !or $12. 0 II. TIPTO; Propriater, lQ-i Broad-vay, "?w York. :?y l-rui^lrta thron^hoat th* UclttJ1 SUtea, '?? t ??, i,r:di v^eet In li??.. AGBNTf. Kac'niagtoa?Z. I> 3r?:tlni<ir^?8. 3 ITANC. *hnra-u.1?BINM11T ? TR'1. 71;?? a1' 2 United S'nten Patent Office, \ WiBUlNOTcif, Jan. 81,1^34. J ON the petition ofCH.'.Rus l> vevp rt and At,. BKr.T Bridges, of Bridgeport, iLfse?bu?'ttsl praying for the extension ot a patent granted to thein on the 4th cf May, 1841, for improvement in tae maonei of eonstruci'rg ra lroad arriastes ho ai to ease the l iteral motion of t)ie bedi-s thereof, fbr sevtn ye:tr? from the expiration of said patent, which takes pla'ie on the 4th d*7 of May,eighteen hundred ?nd fifty-five (1836:) It is ordered, that the said petition be heard ot the Patent Office en Monday, tin- 2a- ay 01 April, next, at 12 o'clock, m.; and all persons are notiti* 0 to appear and show cause, If any th< y hate, why said petition ought not to be ?rant?l. Persons opposing the ^xUmpion are required to file in the Patent Othce their objections. Fp< ;-ially Bet forth iii writing, at least twenty day? before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hmring must be takun and trans mitted la accordance with the rufcs of tLis Office, which will be furnished on application. The testimony iu the c:ts? will be clouxl on the 13th April; deposition# and other papers relied up on as testimony must be fil?d in the oflice oa or W fore the morning of that day; the arguments, H aav within t?n days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notice be published in ihe Union, JaUdliijencer and KveningStar, Washington, D. 0., Pennsylvania-), Philadelphia, Pa., beientihe 1 American, NVw York: and th? Pos-t, Dot ten, Mue.. once a week fbr three successive weeks previous to the 2 Jd of April next, the day of hearing UllARLtd MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?liditorsof the above papers w ill please cop and send their bills to th? I'aleu . Office, with a p?r ivjutaining this nolicn. fob 1?T3w UNION ACADEMY" ? Corn- r of Fourteenth st. and Vrui l'mk avsruu. 4 *EW ra-re pupils oau be received to make np j\. the fioi'lvd number. A .plication must be mad? 60 >a. The difciplice, iu9traction, unl means of illustritujn are such as to im>uie satisfactory pro gres iu tacse vupils who aio panetual, regular and obtdi^ut. Circulars at the Bookstores. 1?c3)?3m Z. HICUAUDS, Principal._ CHARLES WALTERS GENERAL AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. NO. 534 SEVENTH 8T. OPI'OSITB C*NtRE MARKET. Oifite hours froui U to 12 a. m., and from 2 to & p. m. jan 17? lm* M\THEIIIATICAL ISSTEUMCNTS. "US Q. ANDKR.40^ has received a large and _ complete assortment of Mathsm* ic?l Instru ni nU and Drawing Materia s of Ft?p>rior quality The Math-maMeal Ins rucueots ar? ci.iefiy of Swiss m?nuf.ctory in ^a'^s, as well a* i? s-parate |iec-?; Water colors and oil colors Drawing papers of ev ery quality. A1 o, 8tudiesin Drawing an t Paiuiing. dao 22?tf 976 Penn. avenue.

cb AM M TRAVELERS' 1 'TRKUTORY. LATHAM'S LIHK OP OHNIBUIEB will leave Alexandria at 4, 7*?, and 9% n in, 1^ and 3% p in. Will leave Washington at 6,11, and 12 a ui., 3J( and 7 p ni. Beat* can be secured fit the Office, Fairfax St., and Newton's Marsion House ; in Washington, at Hall's 8egar Store ai.1 Kirk wood Horn*. This Line runs rrjnilatly winter and summer for the accommodation of the Public. Passengers called tor and taken to their residences if not too far. PARE?For the first trip up and last trip down, 50 cents ; all other regular tripe* 25 cents. Trunks extra. LATHAM & COOK, jan 8?tf CROMWELL'S BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN NEW YORK BALTIMORE * BOSTON, vBSSoBBSSm 11T1LL dispatch a Steamer daily from Baltimore fT and New York, and twice a week from Boston to Uiltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line affords unequalled facilities to the busi ness men of the District of (Columbia. The Agents at either point will receive freight and give a through bill of lading to Washington at the lowest rates ot freight and no commission* charged. Applications for freight promptly attended to by the following agents: A. C. HALL, 58 Exchange Phce, Baltimore. H. B CROMWELL, Corner Washington and Albanv sts.. N. Y. J NO. W. 9CHANK, jan 14?dSin Foot of India Wharf, Boston. ""for the w est and south. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAlbtiOAD. IMPROVED ARRANOKMNNT8 FOR TdAVELl IMPORTANT CHASOES OFSCHtDUDK! 1 Th9 lat? completion cf the entral Ohio Railroad between Wheeling and Columbus, unltiag. as it do?s, by so short and direct a line, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with all portions of the West (and North and Southwest,) gives this rente greatly increased advantage to through travelers in that direction. On and afer MONDAY, November *<?7, 1854, the trains wil1 be run as fallows: FOR THROUGH PASSEXGKR8. Two fast trains dally will run in each direction first?The MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station at 7 a. m., instead of 8 o'clock as heretofore, fexoept on Sundav.l nn1 nrrivine nt Wheeling at 2 40 a. m Second?The KXPRRSS TRAIN, leaving at 5p. m , lnst<*ad of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and rnnnirg through to Whee'ing'n about 17 beers, reaching thera at 10 25 a. ra. This train will step at Wash ington Junction, Sykesville, Monocacy, Harper's F?rry, MarMnsburp, *lr John's Run. Cumberland, Piedmont, Rowlesburg, Newburg, Ifetterman, Farm ingten, Cameron nnd Mouudsville only, for wool and water and meals. Both these trains make prompt and regular conncction wi'h th? cars ot th? Central Ohio Road for Cambridge, Z?n?svllle, New ark, Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville, Dayton. .aandaskv, Toledr, Letroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, St Louis, etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by the Mall Tr^'n; wi'l reac* Cincinnati far dinner next day, while by the Express Train they arrive there at 12 the next night, being kept but one eight on tbe route by eith-r train Passengers for tbe Northwest via Cleveland an J a'i intermediate joints can mike a direct i.orneo tion with he trains upon the Cleveland and Pitts burg Radrord at all times when the Ohio is navlga ble l<* s'~amers between Wheeling acd Welbvllle, by leaving Baltimore in ihe Ma'l Train at 7 a. a. Returning, the Trains lu?ve Whuelicg as follow?: The KXPRK8S TRMN at 4 30 p ni- reaching Pal tirnore at 9.50 a. m. The MAIL TKaIN at 11.45 p. a . restategBaltimore at 7 p. m. SHu ^h tickets by boat from Wheeling for ?*ic?nnnaH. Mtdison. Lcuisville, St. Ix uis and other Hirer Cities, <? rl he sold at a 1 times when the stags of water ? ill aduiit. 1'hrju/h tick-ts between Baltimore and Wasoicgton, and all the important cities and towns lathe West, Rre sold at the Ticfce OEiees of the Company. * FOR WAY P\SSEN^ER3. THE MAIL TRAIN, living Camden 8tatlou will take DssseL jers for all tbe usual stopping places on the Road Returning, ihis train Iujivms Wheeling at 11.45 midnight, Cumberland at 10.16 a. m., and arrives at Baltimore at 7 p. m. THE FRkDKKICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and intermediate tlaces, will start at 4 p. m , daily, (except 8un<!ayi) arriving in Freder ick at 7.40 Re urging ?ill leave Frederick at 0 a. m.. arriving at Pf Itimore at 12.30. noon T1IK BILIOrPH MILLS ACCOMMODATION will be run ds'ly, (rxc?pt 8undav8,) as follows: Vare Camdm i?uui'?n at 6 a. m. and 3 p. m. Leave Kilicott's R'ills ai 7.30 a. m. and 6.30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: JF.AVii daily, except Sunday, at 0 and a. ra j f.nd 3 an-1 ap n. On Sunday at b a m a:: i 6 pm. L*av<* I'.aitira re a? 4}-? and 9 am; and 6 and 8 p TE. On Sunday at djf s m f.nd 5 pm. The o<v;neit5-iiia with Pal!!?uore A Ohio Railroad for the West are by trains IcaviBg ai; C a m and U p m. For Philadelphia ?nd New York at 3, and 3^im aud 6 pm. For Annapolis at 8J-? a ia and 6 p ai. For Norfolk at 2 p ra. 7. II. PAlvdONK, Agent. Pa.ticu ar attention 13 called to the Rule requir ing a responsible voucher for ai . pere-.n of coloi who m <y wl"h to piu>s cv r the road. dee 13?dtf CHANGE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, THE Cars lea^e Al^Xiindrii daily for Gordons vil'e and inteTu-dinte - tations at 7)i o'clock, ?. m., on tbe arr'.wal of the boat from Wa^hin^t^n, giving am pie time for brenkf<??t oa boatd On re;ting at Mma^as Juncti?n with a train for Stra> turg. at Warreuton Ju 'tic<n v;ith a train for War r'liton, and at 0?>idon?v:!;e with the trains 'n tlie Virginia Centrul ltailroal for Hl htuouJ,Charlottes ~ille, and 8tauuton 1 he jars leave Gord nmriPe dailj for Alexandria and iutarmediat-? otations. at ^ ljefoie 12, a. n>.,, on tbe artival of tbe t'ain<< o Oie Virgiaia Central rail roa-1 from Richmond, C^ar'Mfet.-ville, and StaunU/n THROUGli TlUliKTS. From Alexandrii to Warreuton %2 00 M M Gorloasrilie 3 60 " " Chariottesvilla 4 26 " " Staunton t> 00 " Stra?bnrg 3 60 ? 44 Lynchburg 6 76 " ** Winchester 3 f?0 " M Laray 4 26 ? m New Market 6 00 " " Mlddleburg 2 26 For Lynchburg, connfctlog with the stages at Charlottesville, on Mbndays, Wednesdays, and Fri days For Lur-.y and New Market, connecting with the s ages at Culpeper, on Tuesday#,Thursdays, and Sat urd-if F r Winchester daily, cocnecilng aith the eUg^t at Piedinoat Ft Mid<U?burg daily, connecting with the otaget at the Plains. Per order: W. B. BR0CKETT, Agmt ncv 7?dtf ~F0R MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS, Pare round trip $1; from Alex andria "6 cents?Ibe THOMAS OO'.LYER leav<ri W?=Ling cu at 8 and Alvxaidrta at o'clock. i;cach?s leave the Capitol lor ttel-oat at 8 o'clk Coach fare '0 cents. i'?<.9on~> wishing the Co&chts will leave their real deuce with Geo. A Thoa. Parker. Iteiretihmentfi on the br.,t\ oet 2H-dtf SAM'L GEDN?Y, Capt THE HEW YORK A LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS? mUK SHIPS OOM.'RISING TOIS LINS ARB X THE? ATLANTIC. C*pt. West PACIFIC. Ctpt. Nre, Baltic c?pt. Cos:stock, AD RIATIC, Cspt. Grafton. These ships ha?e been built by contract, express ly for Government service; every care has been taken in their construction, as in the Engines to insure strength a id ap?el, and their aoctmmoda tions for passengers are nnequailed for elegance and comfort. Price of passage fr^an New Yurk to Liverpool, iu first cabin $120 Second Cabin 70 Bxclueiv use of extra site state rooms ?00 From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. An exferi*nced surgeon attached to each ship. No ^-erth C:*n be secured until p iid for. For freight or passage apply to LOVFARD K. COLLINS A CO., 66 Wall street, Ne? York. CROWN, 8UIPLKY k CO, Liverpool. K. O. ROBERTS k CO., 13 King's Arms Yard, London. JOHN MUNROK A CO, 26 Ru* Notre Dame des Yiotoiieg, Paris. GEO. H. DBAPBR, Havre. The owners of the^e fhlps will Rot be accountable for gold, silver, bullion, specie, j3welry, precious ?tones or methls, unleM bills of lading are signed therefor, ani the value thereof therein expressed, nov 16?dlv PAPER MOISTENER.?a New Invention f?.r moistening the leaves of a Copying Book, Post a^e ?t.iini?i> Env<?Jopes, and moisten the finge/s when counting bank bills. Al.su. useful tor varioua oilier pun?oses. It will.be lound an ^iiih^pensible article for every desk. It ?s perf ctly siifiple and cheap, and must come into genetal use. TAYLOR ?t MAURY, jan ItJ Agenu for Washington. iHTiviii unifisuirs UOIitD B. IHTTB. S. HITh GO. SMITH dk (O, Manufacturer* tnd , DMlera In ALOOIIOL. CAMPHWB, KTU ? RIAL Oils Ae. No. 84 8. CALVERT STRICT, of portte Water itwt, BALTIMORE, Md 111?ly IMDIAl DOCTOB. & tt. dPKNOKK Offer* his I tm ileat to ths ?tim? of B?i> timors. (I ean cure all kind* ?fOaiRrrs?takstbsa out without pain. or th? om of anv k*iifs. I ou or? all kind* of Fits and 8pa*mt, Rbea-natk: Paina. Oonrumptioa, Dropsy, Dysp*pais, Hl*n. PsWy, or any other ailment the human 'airily ?r* subject to He <?n atop Bleeding from the Lungs or No*, anv distance from the patient, by km wfi;g tl ? ratieerr same I was born blind, and has studied several y*ars ur.dsr on Indian Doctor ?b? was amor? tV wild Indiam thirteen year#. DR. 8PENCFR ha* remorsd from Mr. Bucktey's Boarding Uonse, to Ko. 84, UANOVRR STREET, "OOUGUS, COLDS, HOARSKNKSS, italtef tn Klvt Mlnufti. TYLERS c(>m1*VLND oum Ah ABIC STKVP 1'UtS Increasing demand for this cost pieassnt, safe, and efRc^i jus remedy tor ail pulmonary diw afc-^, has enabled the proprietor to rednoe thi price to a* to pla>* it within the r*acii of al ebcses It* superiority oyer mo^t similar preparations is at tested by tn?ny eminent phyiridana who bare i*en *y? witue-*ee of it? eMca^r when til- nana! rem# dies twve i&i.ad; also by tl.cuiand C? onr moat t* spectanle citizen* who kare uc*d it iu tbeix amili? bi>th aspr-venti** and tare with cever Jail in rue oea? f*r the !<?et twenty year*, dining which perieO With very little aid lrorn *lT<rfein/. 4c , it ha gradually fpread roputa ion ever the whole Union In cam of recent (hldt cou^\s. ffc^rtewu, A , it gives immediate relief, a*d --nraly ocres in t dij or tw<., without it terferiag with d:?-t or bu.Ue-*, o. r<-ud*riflg the sydesi more *u> ceptib!* ir chrooic crises, at1\r.?at whn.->p ny l\kg\ (Y >uf jfrvncfititt, affediont rf ou ana rutap lion, it is always very b nefoial and seldom fsi.a when commence in time to r"r#BCt a care. Price 8> and 60 ceuta a bottle. fl^ld whoiesa n by Patterson A ('aire, Stctt it Co. Riigely A Oo. AioxnuirU by Heel A Catena. It Georgetown by Mr. Ci'fel jkf TYLER'S nrm A raefc cjtndf DS sl's ? similar comp' sition to the abore, "oot in a tu"d*? and m?r- portable fore ; they act li> e a chkrm or ? troublesome Curr?h ard ci-ar tae tbroa* an<_ TOice; they contain no injurion# dr?j^. ar< ? larly rc<*ium^a4^: ?br chililivs. ire. lis vwembliee. public e-^sk- r?. du{> r, Ac Pri' e 12lj and !2? ,jrb pci bo*. F't *a!e ?t niOft Ihiu Kuil i-1* cur Store* oct IT? SOMETHING NEW. OPIHMITK TliK MARKET OM P<MNrYLVA MIA AVfc;\UE 4 doure btJow N'iu'b itrte-t I.^h NEW CLOT11INO STOtE for ?dm and Hoys openui this day. OKc'Kn? of th? che?p-r Clothing Mercbaats in ths N r?h deteraeise to c J^r to the ultima1; of Anshiocton and ri' ii'i'y his exc^U-nt 01otbin:*at tie iow>s?t Nurthrri. nrii>* for uwh only. Ih^re the POOR MAN will find juat such a CIo'J.in,i Store a?has I be?t wanted ia WHsbingUr.. Ilis motto in cheay ib> ca?h, and tin price cxir. A good ?uhptantia'. ??< o'!?n coat be wll] r?tl fo: $?2 7$; and heayy winter paste, w?ill liiied. for $i 26 and fine ook*8, oreicoit#, tnd Te?t?, io proportion Good wool p.n?i c>tt >u under.Lirta, h ^ier>, ;lov?e Ac., cheaper tliAii the "heap^-t. ncv 11?tf 255 Looking Glasses, 255 OF all ?4ze?and quaLiy, F.-enoh or Qerman piate Fancy or pla'a Portiait end i'.cture Frsm-e, Gilt or fHiicy Colored. Alo. Gilt Room Mouldiag, Marble top HracVou and iabk'S Coraic>? ioide to ocder. Al?e, all k:udi< of old ?ork re^jll^d with uisj atcb and on reafoiiabiu t in.- by J W?GNE n, 355 Pa. aTtriiie, rpr?. i?ut*o?.d lieu dec 2U?tf T. H. IHILLirs' COAOH FAClOEY, 47 7 Eighth et, adjoining iUiney'u Livery bUb:ee OVVINii to the ia'-Tea'i-d tr^d? whkh a M'ae-out publi hua bhetowed u;k.u m<?,l have be-n ccnj peiled to e'evi a nc* and l^r^er buili ia?< lor lb* c rr^ing on o? tn b;ieines<i. ll^r?? I sn?li b . n abled to ^x^u'e nil crd--s eutru tt l t? m? wii q-??!t?*r tio>litirt|i ktd dif?>a'oJi, and T w old rt*<v?ct !uly #ol;rtt a contiuunnc*. or ic?e |.ubli "a paf,oi a? Carriage tn ; vit-gi.ne, of :h-? m< bt mod-^n st> .e I nil', ol itMs btf!?* adcr alfl, aud wairaut^l tj ,iv sausfactioiL. .?tpttii?y; tv. y : rcilp.M'u par.cluilly atti-ndec For sai?, cheip, ^ ?ecop.i-han i Clarence Carr'a.e, ncailv no* ? ?i PIANOS!?PIANOS ! W ^ b,>e 'cave to cal1 11,0 a,tellll?? ol thv putilii f j t?? oar nto?ik of PiHiuM now 011 hau l, conaixtinE ufMiperb finiaiiei 6% aud 6 octave ro-cwood ca?e in-^r^:4's^*^*'i sir jnit'iiU ituui the world renowned * ? " 7 ; manufactories of il Hot, liavis 4t t'u., Boeton, an.i Knabc, Qavhli & Ob., Baltimore, comprising iu all the largest, most reliable arid select a^rtim ut cvci offered in this city. Also, Sto ?'s. Cover*, Ac. Old Pianos taken in cxclianso. We will make reasonable oi-?o?ints for cash, Of sell ou lime. JOHX F. ELLIH, No. 306 Pa. aveaue, near Tenth sircct. Jan 31 THE ART UNION OF LONDON? plan for the current vf~ir. '?"MIE list is now open, and etcry ful scrib< r ol J- will br? ent tied to? I. An imprraBKMi of a I'late, by J. T. U illinor.-, A. R. A.,from the original picture bv J. J. Cha Ion, R. A., "A Water Party." II. A Volume containing thirty Wood Engraving illustrating subjects tioni Lord Uyrou'a Pirui of "Clulde Harolde." Aud III. The chance of obtaining one *?f the prin s t> Im? allotted at the general meeting in April, which will include? The rght to seiect lor himself a va riable work ol art from one ot the public exhibitions. Statute s in bronze of her Majesty ou Horseback, by T. Tlior nevcrort. Copies in bn?rtze, from an origin W Mo.u i in relief by R Jefferson, of " The Ee.try of the Uuke of Wellington into Madrid SraiutHsin porcelain or parian. I'rrKit Impresskms of a large Litiioeraph, by T. II. Maguirc, after the original picture by ?V P. Frith, R. A., " Tn? Three R. ws," from Mo liere's " B >urgeois Genulhniume." Honorary Secretaries for Washington, Messrs. TAYLOR Si MAURY, Boo^ellrr.s. jauM NEW STORE, NEW STORE. lvuitiami avei.xu, oyposxu uu b>ink of wathu,gto% MR. TilOM.18 LiELEANY respec.fully invito the attention ot the public to examine fcii t-tock of GOODS, which he has cp>ned ou Lonsi*ri avenue Kt?eon 8ixth and Seventh strc^tf, opposit? the Bauk of Waabington, ooneUtlng of all dwerip tioas o; l'eao, Ac., Imperial, Gunpowder, aud Blad Tea; Win 8 and Liquors, of all forts, which be cat set! at the lowest prices f->r e-ish or approved paper. Besides a!l the necessaries for Gio ery Business ?it: Br-oms, Buok^ts, C^d r Tub?, Matches, Ac.. Ac. Please ca.l aul sea ibr )our tslTca. dot iti?3m OECOKD IIA\D P1ANOS~POR ^BAI.E O OB r.?We have in store four Pianos, two of ChickMBf aud two of Andre Steins, which we offer low psr ca^h, or good notes, or w ill rent on moderate ttBus. New Muac expected lo-morrow mornuig. JOHN. F. ELLIS, Jan 4 3Q6 Pa. avt-nue. EXP EC J ED HEW YEAR PEESEHT8 OF all tht I ranc.ue* of business c^nduvt?d in tbis city, G- eerieJ, p?rfc*j,?, of atl others afford th? amall?8: profits, and should hi?e the preference fcr sash, ard no one in th*t biumess cau continue if his customers are not promot io settlement by thor: notes or c-t&h. Desirous if atoning up fcr the p*.-t, 1 ?arnertly request all who are iudebt'd to caii aud settle *i hout delay. I will further gire notice that all future bill# which may be ccLtractcd with me must be m?de with refer* nee to, aud with t^ie d:s iact understand ing that th?y are to be c'oesd mjnth'y, by caeh or notes at 3d Jays, whi.-fc I h*r?? prejiare J for the pur pose, except t u<?h of my old custodiers who bare il ways be?n prompt. Z. M. P KING dec 27?tf A R N Y , Ino. K4 rrufoe street, georgdomi, S prepared to furnish Balls, Dinmers, Sotr Krs Wxodikos, kc., With everything in the Confec tionary line, in any part of the District, at the -hon est noti e, and on the most reasonable terms, jan IB? u" WIKJ'S WII-J IV 16k>5, 1 pocket voliirue D id's Parliamentary Coiupauion lor 1855. 1 ?ocket volume British Army LiU for 1855 . Fritish Navy List d i I lie Planetary Worlds, their Topography and Telescopic Anpearunces, by J. Breer, CaiuhrulgM Observatory, I vol Blackwood's Almanac for 1S55 Imported by la?t steamer by feb'-l FRANCE TAYLOR. CCONGRESSIONAL 1)1 RECTOKY. / The Geograpical and Commercial Gazeue?a monthly publication devoted to physical,com tuercial, and political Geography, edited by an association of practical and Scientific gen tlemen. Subrcnpuon $-2 pet annum, siugle number 35'.-ents. l>i"turnell's Rhilway Guide for January?pr ce 'i5 cents, with map i!,n 13 _ FRANOK TAYLOR. R?K3,AuiLvhHr WAI-T^c5=F=ririr?, Our Polka, dedicated to Misa Emma J. Brows Ij the same composer, published ami for sale at the f bC5 H(LBUS A HITZ. PHILADELPHIA *CVfRTlSCWNTS. BHTDERB WHTEQ AT PHILADELPHIA. JOIlll V.II1DKR, DtDir li ?t tK. former old eetahltatod WW* .%??, ?T}^ -JCOM StflDMR, /r? No. 7? Walnut street, foar door* to low fourth street, wtore cmuwaers will to ??irpl<?4 ?1th WIJi MS >n4 LIQUORS o# tk? mo?t MgrmM. dating term* JACOI lllDBR.Jr^A|?ttfor to l? portation of FOREIGN JHXhS, t>Ooe So. ?? Wal ?at street, Philadelphia, *btn to li prepared te receive order* for the spec!*] Importation of Wiaca. Ae., from rmrk^Wf houses \m Esrcpe, ia qnattniee of a single do cms and onwards; aa4 al* eoliof* for hi* Sob. JOHN VACG1IAN SNIDER. the r>atrrBece o; hie friends and former customer: %? Ail Wtoes ordered for Washington will to da> Ihrered to Ka prnea/ra* if ft tight. jm S?1y POCTOK VOUESELF. TIM POCKET JESCULAP1US: op, ivibt oni nit? own rnyjuciAH. The MftW.b VJtioa, with haud:*1 Kn^tkillf' _ __ "ho*1."* D.^astjand Mai ' f icL \0ia cfthe li uaaa *? ^ In ?tn? -tope art a. Tow'J.i added a AIM Of ?*ths b.gh <* oatried peoi'e, J t ?"iNt". Bj w>r vot.N *, *. d. Let a) K-iiK-r U# v>baa?4 ?> prwit ?. ?jy at tto M-fCLAl IV* to bis soil* It Gay sara k El from aa n?ti - K-r*rr tot tifi T ccjt ??**?'? ?r *'? r m eater in to tto secret obligations of rj.?rr>i ll'e witbont rea/ilng tbe POCRiET A8CT7L4PTO tot n. o*>* eaffc-nng from a hacknied (Vugh, P\i?? in ito rid?s rect>*3 nights, cer*?.'U3 ure the wfco?etr?ie >1 tr/rpeptie MHattW, end i. >en uK by ttoii |d.v "lcian.be aaother moment, * itbok: wcruiUa* tk# S?CLLAI'IU8. Have tto nLxried, cr Lb.* atout to to married any imp?idixa* it, r-aJ h'. truly use ful booh, aa It kaa toea the ta?ane a -avtag thou? ind* ej ua.ortuuate ereatit'e fro* tto very jaws *t teeth. ?*r~Aay pereot sealing TWENTI-1 n 1 CK> A ?neloeed in a letter, wtii canaire ? c? '<o|,v ot th<? vcrk ty ib^U, or five cop lee will to . Ow* La!> '.a*. t4ar?ac,Cpo?ipaH) BE. %ll. "OTT.f?, No. IIS Spraaactza-c. rhile'Ki Ha a; XS?ly AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE. I IT Till IICI Ilk.*R tmk trutb. Captain Kemjamim.? V\ lien wr iiMta u hie u-wu uiony will to euaclutirt. But lt*?i who do not know the Captain ehouid he ec?'|>tica!, I?r. tlaw ? ?n fc Bro., with niltiira nl Uic In at Iiimimii aud uio-t highly ro?[i*'ctable citizem of Easton, eadonw hi? ivoiMl'Tful cure by nAMPTON'3 VKGKTABIJ5 T1NCTT*RK. La?t?ix, CKt. 4, ItCrf Vf-rrt Moriitner $ Motrfrait : CentlcmeB? I f? el it tn> <iul) to >?t] and ftte pub lie to certify to the effect* ?>l IUni|?ton,a Vr* utile Tincture. I wa? l<w murw lhi.ii five vearw latioriii^ under a disease oi Chronic Kheutfiaitam, aad th. zr< at part ut" that tiaic I wan so hHplea* that I had to to helped from my h? d and dres-od iu my cloth*-* I IxHianie reduced tn a mere skeleton. All th?- ui<-d i ?in?-s I took done me no good, and I continued to crow worse ( hear J of Hampton'a Tincture and thought I would triv?> it a trial. At thia time I did not ex;?ecl to live one day after another. I did not take it (the Tincture) for the Klie;iiiiab??i, but m a >ll!wt tunc I was well *4 that dwa*e. Prnui the ? ffecuof your 1 lacture and the help of God I am now setting in good health. I wi-h all tto afflicted to try Hampton'* Vegetable Tincture, as I have d <r.e, with the aaiue ?JT< ot that it lias on \ nr a!>e<l?eni eervant, Ibaac Benjamin. We are a- luiuited with Isaac Benjanun; enld tilm eoiiie of Hkmptoa's Vegetable Tincture, and to jeve the ?bove statfnivtit corrcct. Dawmon b Ban. Ffoui our kuowlcJ^e of Captain Benjamin we are < <-ntid< ot that the above t-iaicineiit ia true and un ;-x age rated. J. A. Jobnkak, Charles BoiiMaoN. Call and get |*imphh is gratis, and see cur<?* of Cough, Bronchitic, Rheumatism, N'turaigia, l?v? giepsia, N't tvo-.eaes* and General VYeakne*.->. A? a i'cuiale me.'jtuie or lor di-heate children we fcnln vr <t unequalhd. Sold by MWRTIMLR & MOWBRAV. 140 Balb more street, Kalmnore; and 3<U Broadway. N. York Ciias. Stoh & Co., J. B. Moore. II K. Ct?*rt. Ouike Bowlinu. \V. Klmot. and H. MePura son, \Vasli:ngtOB; also, by K. 4*. F. Ci*eti., Georr*^ town, and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug ifists ever) wheie. jan ??Ir CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Thi Oraat Pmrlflar of tha Ulood I Sot a Particle of Mercury Iu It'. An iKCALUbU for Sc-cfuia, King's Kw&V. EheuaidiiA i, uncinate CutaDe^cs KrupUons, Piicvl*)' ?r Puitules on tbe faoe, Blotches, Boils, Ciwaic 8o? Fjk, '*iag Worm or Vettrr, 8. aJ t It *a1, BcUrgT-cant e.?.d ??in of th?* l'r,u?i ?nd Joints. Stoltorn D'.eers, Syphilitic Dieorders. Lu-sixigo Spinal CcmpU tits, an 1 all the di*?aB?s trisi % frot: &n iqjuUicioas uw of M.t- ury, I id pra<i m e in ' if*, or Impurity oi the D.ood TilI ' \ .<i-aa-1 ? M^icine, vbich hu toooau> oe.'^. If.iJ itr tb * Diimber of *xcra idu ary cures. -if ctsxi throv^h itj Agency, Lbi ludjo^l tb? pro^ri it th? urg nl request rf their fxi-ude, to < ff^i .1 to the pabl'e. which th-'y io with the uisuet ciu iiwucii in 11a Tirtu-s a?jd ?ca<i>?rful earitive proj -ti e Th- cfr'ii.-iat-s. *?.o?c sd trcm a iir?c number, are, however, 3' orger t?aUmooy ?Jian the msr? *o*l of il e p.cprWtct *; *od are all rrox> geB-lecien w? l koowu in th-ir loeaiities and jfttn highest repp';f?hility, m.ny o: th-m iw'diLg ?a tto '-ity cf R ch*ao d Va. K. '.tOYDSN, C-q., of tto V'xctoage Hotel, Ki t ?no. d, kuo*n ever> *he.-e a?js to umaeeu 'be Med ian? eu'led Ca-RTib's *rixibu Mixturr. ad miniated . i oTer a hundr-^1 <"*!?-a. in aewiT all the d;ee?se.? 'or which it t* wsoc miMiJid, witii tto aoet a??t<">a (?hirigly good r vu.a He save it is the most ej traardinary u-e -i.iae ^ hm - v?r rreo. AfiOl AND FUVKft?ORKAT CUES.?I here y certify that hv tniee years 1 had Agu? tuu Fever uf the m ? t vbdrLt description. I h?d several PL v nciaiis, took Urg-- ^uan lties of Quitiine, Jlarru-r. and I believe all tto T-nw advertised, bnLall with* )ut permanent teiiet. At last I tried Ca-ter'e -ranUa Mixture, two bcttlee of which rff-ct.iaily are J iae, and 1 a:a Lajspy to aay I ha.-e tod neitter ?hills or ievers cleea. i cousider it the to?t To?* a thijj world, aaj the only medl/sce that *ir~ reached my e?e. JOUN LONtiOAN. Beavik DiTcAnear Kichmcnd, Ya. C. B. LUCK, t:*;., now in the city of Bicluooiiii *oJ tcr many years in the Po?t CflLe. has such oouhdence ia the astonishing efficacy of Carfr-r'e Sp-nhh Sfixtare. that he bae bought upwardtt oi fc? bottl?o, whuth to ha? given away to tto afii ote<*.? Mr. Lack says to has never knowa it ta tmL %bett takeu acc< rdieg to directions. l>r. Vil.MUa. a practising FhytWan, and former!y i f tha City Hotel, in the c*vy of Richmond, sayi. to l.?s witnessed in a nuntor of itistanoeetn* i-Orct tlar er*c tfpanir-L iiixture, wnich were Biost tra'.y urprlpti g. He saya in a c**e of Ooniumption, ?!? i-end nt oa the Liver, th< good effesta were woi orful indeed. SAMUKL M D R1N KIC1, of tto ?nn of Drinker A K-r is, Uicamcnd, was cured cured of Liver Oa j i3int of three v ears standing, by tto use of two j ttles of Carter's Spani h Mixture. QREAa Oii.tlf Of SCR011 ULA.?1 he kiditors of ?h? Richmond Republican h d a se vant employed in tVeir pr-ss room, cu-ed of violent Scrotula. y> b ned with llhoume- uun, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottle* of Carter s f-panish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the kdi A-r. iu a public notice, fay they 'cheertully nam men i it tf all who are atSict#4 with anv CUh?*m lj the blood " STILL ANOTHKR LURK Of flOROITL'LA.?1 tod a very valuable boy cured of t?e*ofula by Carter "a npanuh Mixture. I ?on&ki*?r iC truly a ?tlumb)* medicine. J AMES M. TAYLOR, Gond actor ob the E. F. and P. E. R. Co . Richa 'nd, Va. ?ALT EHhVM OF TWP.NTI YEARS STANDING CUaED J>r. J(>HN THOMPSON, reading in tto dty of RicLanoBi. was cured by three bottler of Carter's i>p>.uish Mixture, of Salt htoum, which he had lor aeat 1; treaty years, and which all the phvsicians of tto oneroid not cure. Mr. Thompson is ? well k ^tfc ?.BSBhant in the city of Hlchraondf and Lh< L* miat MB-arkahle. ^ d. A I? % .THk WS, of Ri;I ao_d bad a twvtac ctredes *?^hi!is, ia tto worst form, by Ca tef? Span.sk Mixture. He sa>u he ch-erfully r?f>? nj. nds it, and cousiders it a very iavalukbU meii KD\> IN BURTON, o^maiK-ioner of the revenue, ?>a to had seen the go 4 effects ol Carter's (Spauish M stars ia a number of SyphiHtic caswi, aad IIvTit is rerft-ct eure I r thit hornbU di*<a^. WM. Q. tlARWOJD. ef Richmond eared cf rid Bores snJ Ulcers, wh ch disabled LiTn frem walLnl ?J4KD' cw * <??? n PbiiSrfJii^rI * 8"'i. *o. 152 Ncrtb Swond * B1;ES'' No- 12? "?i? ?~1. Rleh* ?Viss&tsnp* stoit' JKOOUtN ?* p**!,, b. l.n^S I1 to* bottle, or six botUas for li Hp *1?1/ ^ PtNRnYN AND IRON MANTKLS VIav be m?b a be-iuUful aas >:tment of thi^w f.h.,r m. 'beoorn-rof PeuesylvaniaaveaM and Teath rtveet, ovs, tre Weahi^ CS2 bot 1S -eoL' RALPH UAfcKINF,