Newspaper of Evening Star, April 14, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 14, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. OMNIPOTENCE BT DR. ?0tr*l*0. G-Hl: God a'one I# truth -m miliien ?park? Pp itij tmm the blsnne fire, ?o living thine*, Ali iiviu2 ihinp?ail life proceeds from Him, And unto llini return?. H??, he a'nne In iloriou^, i?>rin!e#s perfect, and unb<m, PervaJin* all?within, without. Nor life, N ?r mind, m Uw. His purity divine, Towen over .ill eii?tence; higher s-till Th m eve.i hi* own almighty enercy, Th? life, th? mind, the 5*-u*e, either-air, List)!, waf r, <un1 the all containing earth, 1'roceed f-iirn Him His head the hiptun heaven, The: ?n ar.d moon Ilia eyes. His ears the pninu, Ail r- u-id the zodiac. In the voxda His speech, Iris life the air, Hi? h >rn nature'-* breadth, Hi - lc**t the e.uth. The all pervadm* He, T* a* his p rfection that created heat, Wii .se fuel 19 the sun. The moon he launched, Tiaiii to "n^B.1- r?rain to raise the com, Which l- e.is the cetminadnff source of life, Wl;'?se imj>r? enation auimatv* the wo:!d He hath created e d. an i demi M^n, b*Msts, birrN, vital airs, corn and wheat; Truih, Contemplation, veneration, all The claims of duty, and lliJ ntes of la^r. He th?* s. vrn o. ifi .es of the head. With ii. :rrc? ptive p ;wer?>, the objeefn too Of |t>eir perception, and perception's s?lf, lie I >ruied, and seated in tb? heart that life Which revX* in the organs givm to all. Ocean* and mountains all pmc/ed from Ilim, F.'otu friii ail nvi rs li w. From hiin all f.vd Bereiv.-s :s fi :v<??s, and its ftrrncthcniliz powers, "Ti- II ? wlio the btdy l>ind.~ th?* mwI, lli pt met all in all! Object >?!* ? v. ry h !y thought, and aim Of ?.arh diTiu* observance. He, Eu^rtme ; Immortal He! and O, beloved one! Il lie ht- seated in thine utmost no Til, n will ilton break t' e bones of uTiorance, At.d fclory in bright ka'>wiedg< . A IIjsbaxd ik-Law.?A member of the bar says that sometime ago a rough customer, or rather client, came into his olfice and began to state his case in rather an abrupt manner: 4t?-ir, I have come to you for advice. I'm a husband-in-law!" "A what?" epoke out the learned counsel. *? Ilusband-in-law, sir!" " I hat e never sceu that defined among the domestic relations." 44 Don't you know what a husband-in law i.j ? Sir, you're no lawyer ! you're an ignoramus! I am husband-in-law, but not in fact, sir ; my wile's run olf!" CI7"Thc Wyoming Mirror relates a good joke of an old collector, who was proverb al for his politeness as well as pertinacity. lie was always in the habit of taking a delinquent debtor aside when he (iunr.td him. Oae nay he met a non payer, upon an unfrequented road, some half mile iron) any h*juse, and probably the same distance from any human being. "What does the old chap do but leave his buggy, call the other aside, and in a ft neo corner poiitely asked him for that little balance. Goon Advice.?The venerable Peter Picklvby said to his son Jabc: "Read your Bible, study the laws of Moses and don't upeal any ot them. Mind the Ten Commandments, tu, and the Eleventh l.kf'^visc?and don't sell the birthright of a Yankee nation lor a mess of potash; and the day may kam when you'll be minister of the penitentiary, or a secre tary of newgation." CT Never marry for a fortune. We overhi-ari a poor unfortunate get the fol lo<cing sotkdologer, the other day, from Lis bjtter half: ? You good for nothing follow," said siie, "what would you have beta had I not married you i Whose wis the taking kiver, whose the p^g trough, whoso the frying-pan and the iron-hcoped bucket, but mine, when you. married me?" A few nays since a man crosscd the Mississippi at the town of Chester, (111.,) by swimming, for the sake of sav ing live cents fen nge! What did he g.;in by it ? lie lost one boot, and spoiled a pair of horse pistols. Mean men sel dom become rich. To save a 44 pista rten," they are continually jeopardizing their 44 quarters." If you want to be troubled with doubloons be moderately generous. come for the saw, sir." "What saucer?'' " Why the saw, sir, that ye borrowed." 4 I borrowed no saucer." ' Sure ye did, sir, you borrowed a saw, fir." 4 (Jet out of this, you*rascal, I never saw your saw, sir." 4'Be dad but ye did, there's the saw, sir, now sir." * 0 you want the sue. Why the deuce didn i you t>ay so?" Woxan lost paradise to make man happy: he deserves purgatory if he in Ats htr rrrtehed. iJOVEiiLxVlb UK OiijfiAN STEAMERS. A i. hi*. if :r? For Daw. UmuB Sew V<*k Havre Apl. 1 / .a. t?"?ii l.iver^ool..Apl 11 W. ?i:o^'.oo.. Bteutva Ntw Yoiik..Mar A3 iiaiuri Biintau .. *i\r. j1 Jp- I '.?e Cajifturaa stnaiii^rs leave Mew York on l'.<- ati: .ml jfeidi month. ^.iKiYALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. OrnwRi' Hotel?t- p. i H. iigkm. F V. wkias, >!d R II Phillips, Va |? W Hawkins, d i Hr Wr.i Uahe, Cal Y Hawkins, do J MrDi-rui ?tt, NY T L M-Uliev.s, Va I! H Eastland, Tenn >lh> \ Ma thews, do R dartin & ly, NY *!i - I. Mai u< ?i, do W P HrnoLe, Mil J .- M r hell, O T Brooke, do H Cirt;i i.iiriincr, Ya I'r K J Scoti, da W A S?uart. iio l?r R K Chandler, Va .<1 Y-:vis tin W Z lieall, do .. 1 U? r y, Md Ksllcial Hotel?s. d. ?huko 5 N Payne. NY H C I.mishiin, Pa !!? ii T G Pratt Lad wo, E l.iHi, NY VIH Mr< Ghalson ai d daotV, Jiiig ? f^alrt, 4o ' Va W C Ihiiiton, NY T Ghai'on h H ott, Ga V P l?rew<ter, STY N H M osie, Va J P Kert, Va J r- Wr.jht. Ill K K-.bins?n, NY J. U. i-.ru, Kun.e'i It Sli.cum. d?? J Ackeru an, NY L N Rcp?s, uo Willarrit' ilot-I?a a N t. c. wili.aKD. J T K? I v Va J D Gih<n, U5N W 1! K i Pt W || .-p?o::ej Ma?3 ? La- l. Im n R Hirkin, jr, Erg r >.ii ?r, i!o jTn?ibantu, do y.r Uj?r. no W H I'arker & ly, IJSN A W I'a Seke acd lady, J T Hen iemky, NY ' Mr* Tillinjlia't, la I?r L Ei.'rialfe. M.| Mr Thicker, O *1' W Bf?.tltati g, Va J Ri4< r?, K I a'lfd State* Hotel? *. c. E I? Hamilton. Va I) S IlowarJ, UaM A H H'HhI, N^ M C Altiu.i.in, do A I! MJ ? K J M^is^aiid son, Tenn L i* ^p**r, do W S Turhtviil?, do kCl kjrootf H. a. A. (ibkwood. 1) T iViiIitBK, Mm HT M^nainu, Maiw t; It Cr'irotJ} O - H Hill, O h< Whilball, Pa Mr Sargeut, DG 11 . Masob.^, N Y ?Lauai?n rZcasa, Al?i?nflilt, Vt. a Kaw-iaa, raoi'iuatcK. V V. Carder, Va J Jen, Va W II Eva-*-, do 6 C liiehjfd-on, do jWMubie, di 8 F Hta?*t, do ?, < 4tt tL la iy. do Mi?* ? Butler, Md J r.mce, M) 11 P. Derrick, DC J 1 sir >thrr ."c !^<ly, Va A P Jackvin. to Mr S*r thi r, Va G S Msein, Va I. H F.tlhUi':, do R E UeBatts, do 0 :: i.uekett, do J H Ple< k?r, do J Zul'-r, ft., d > P Ph;:ppp^, Pa K t? Hn.or, 1?<N R W Carter, Va c c Cnt'i, Pa Airs M A J< hnttou, $20,000 worth of Dry G-eods. lo bo sold imm ediately at a threat Sacrifice RB. HA'iL, No. 373 North Seventh street, ? above I, i? now ;n receipt of the greater portion of hia purcha.-es for the spring traee, and wou:d call the attention of purchasers to his large and vaii^d assortment, bHi ving t!*a' nn fxarairra tion nf his stock will entitle him t? the preference. In Domestic G >oUs I present a line vanir.g in style a-id variety, from any other house in the city, em bracintr the best fabrics of the various manufacto ries, whilst many other kinds o< goods have b?en pur*ha*ed at the lite Auction sales in New York, at a very large per ceniaje below the original cost. 6000 yards plaid Gingham d cents original cost 10 cents 6000 do fine Calico, fast colors 6 cents, worth 13 10 piece- good black Silk,25 cents, worth 50 Plaid Silk* 44c, worth 75 Plain silk Tissues 3, cenU, worth 50 50 pieces Berege de Laines, 12 cents original co?t 18c Yard wide fijurcd Lawns, 6 certs 50 pieces fine dotted Swiss Muslin 12 cents 50 do do Embroidered Curtain do. 12 cents, worth 25 10 dozen beautiful Shawls, 62 cents 5 boxes handsome Itonnet Ribbons, 6 rents 20 pieces fine fri-h Linen, 25c, worth 50 50 dozen fine Linen Sairt B<-so;ns, 25 cU, worth - 50c. 50 pieces heavy bed ticking, 8c, worth 12 000!) \arcs bleached and uiiMeachcd Cotton, 5; 100 dozen Linen Towels, 6o La<1i> ? Handkerchiefs only 3o Gentlemen's silk Cravata. 25c 100 dozen Hos* and half hose, 6c Ladies' and Children's Gloves 4c A complete assortment of Swiss ncd Cambric Edg lugs, Inserting*, Flouncings, Undersleeves, S*is; a::d Cambric Cellars at extremely low prices New style Bonnet.-?, only 25 cents. In my B s>r and Shoe Department I have great bargains to offer?Ladies'Slippers 37 cent?; Miss** Slipp rs i;5ct-; Ladies Toilet Slippers62 cts; Mioses UaiiTsfiJ cts. Ladies fine Gaiters $1, worth #1 50; Ladies half Gaiters 75 cts; Boys' Shoes 25 cts, Gen tlemen's and Boys Copgress Gaiters, Oxford Ties, and Fancv Shoes in geat variety, very cheap. Ttie above named bargains, together with many other articles have been selected Willi especiil ref er'nee to the wants of my customers, and I am pre paid to offer to purchase#* such inducements as are seldom equalled in ibis or any othei city. R. B. HALL, No. 373 north Seventh St., above I. ap 10?eo6t JOSEPH GAWLEI!, CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER, PrSKSTl.VASlA AVENUE, between 17th and 18t!i streets, (Fust Ward ) Old Furniture repaired and pew male to ??rd-r.? Cotfins made and Funerals attended to at the short est notice. ft?" A share of patronage Is solicited, mar 31?eolm Proposals for building Light Housa en "Sev en foot Knoll," mouth, of Fatapscd Eiver, Maryland. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 4 OrrirE of Lioiit Hohse Board, Washington, l?. t*. March 27,1855. PROPOSALS w ill be received until the 30th of | April next, (on which day th? bids rvtll be opened > for furnishing the inateruls, (of wrought ai d n-t ii??n) and building a lu&t-ln use. upon screw pile foundations, on '*S?-veii Pool Knoll," the mouth of Patapwco river, Md , by the 30th of Decern-1 b-r next. J {Detailed drawings of the p<an of the light-house c tn te seen at this othce (No. 67 Winder's Buila 1!!Z.) Should any bid bn accepted, a contract wiil be ex ecuted at once. No pi>meut will be male until the whole work is completed: and before it is received it must be ap proved by the as*;i t of the Government appointed to ?upj riniend the work?said r.g nt having power to reject materials and workit aiiship not iu accord ance with the terms ofihe contract. The ri^ht i< reserved to reject any a-d all hi'ls that may not be deemed advantageous to the public interest. All bids -Irnuld be vale.: ami addressed to th? un dersigned, endorsed "Pr. pvrals for Seven-foot Knoll Light House." EDMD. L. F IIARDCASTLE, mar28?eolm Enzineer Secretary. K owt s miN. MILITARY AM) NAVAL MERCHANT TAILOtCS, No. 212 Pt 5.nstiv:?*iH A venae, WOULD respectfully c?Il the attention of their frit mis and lite | ubl.c g> n ra.lv 10 their new stock of Goniis ju-t receivi <1 from N>w York and now on exhibition? enrtsiMig o! CLOTHS, CAd SIMErvES jiu! VEST1'.*GS, together witli a. full assortment of gentlemen's turnish.ng ar tiC^S. They would remaik that the selection wasi msiie principally by the junior partner of the firm. N. B.?Th. y have a ni;w style of G>ov<-s, s. me tiling sup* rior, called the "JOSEPHINE KID," to which they invi.e par icular attention. ap6?eo3ar (I nt at L in- u) "patent ICE PITCHER. T HIS PITCHER Is M!i:>lar in appearance, and equally convenient io tltoee in common use,but is so ciMi?tmctcd mat wlii'n the eowr i.^down every part of its contents is doubly encased from the at mosphere, th< eriect of which is tii:it one aud a hall pounds of ice placed in three pintj of water will last nearly seven hours, whereas, the same weight ? f ice in i like quantity and teii:p-;rature of wat-i nt a common pitcher, only lasts ab'iit two hours Being composed ot metal, it is of course more du rable titan the ordinary china pitcher. This, takm n co meiion wuh the convenience and luxury ot always having ice-water on baud, aud the immense saving of ice, renders it decidedly the moot eco nomical pitcher now in use. For sale at the manuf cturer's retail prices by C W. BOTELEK, ag S?co6t Iron Ha!!. WASHINGTON AQUEDUUtT (JmcE WisaixuToi Aq tDrtT, P Wa-li;ngton, March 7, lo55. } iROPOSALS are iuvr^d for traduction, ta.ine and brick Mtnsourr, dams, tuuueis, and other works of the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received up to Uie 8th of May will be opened ai noon of that <iay. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will l>? ready tor examination on and alter the vOtii day o( April next. Propolis will be received fi.r the work of particu lar cuiveris, r rnlj-es, lk.c., us described in the plan and specifications. Portions only of some of tha work* can be com plrtud under the pie^ent appropriation, but all the contracts for unfimrhed work will be riibji-ct to fu ture appropriation" by Coagrcsd. The En^tnt'tr re serves the right to prescribe ttie amount of work to be doo? atid mte of progress under such contract tor each appropriation, and, in cose of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decnie wnen and what works sh J1 Ixi si>p[itd unul funds become avadable. In can: of the entire stoppage of any par'icular work fir want of funds, tiie reserved ten per cent, will !>?? piid, if, iu tii- jti Isineutof the Engineer, the work has been properly executed so far as it has gone. Paym* trs will be made in specie checks upoatlie United States Treasury, npon the monthly e>timates of the Engineer, reserving 10 p>-r cent.; and it will be a condition ofall contract^ that the workmen shall be oai 1 their lull wages monthly asd in .-pt-cie. All bids sh-uld be (?a!ed and endorsed " Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United Slater reserves tiie rig'itto reject any or all the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements a> n ay he considered most conducive to the pio^iess oi llie work. Every offer must be accompanied by 8 vrntteri guarantee, signed l?y one or uiore responsible per son-?, to tlie effect that he or thev undc.-takc that the bnlder or bidders will, if hu or their bu l be accepted, ?-iner into an obligation, within ten days, with good and *ufticieut sureties, lor the completion ofthc work undertaken; said guanntie to b?' accoaipanied by the certificate of Uie United States district judge, United Stati*s dist> ict attorney, navy agent, or some oflicer of the General Cov< riim**nl or initividu.il known to tne Engine-r or Dcpartfl^nt of War, that tue gu-ir.vntorj are able to make good ifccir guarantee. Form of G'taranitt. To Ci?pt. M. C U. S. P.nctaesrs: We. the uraiersitened, residents cf , in the State of . hereby, j nnily an-1 ^-rTerally, cove narit with th" United Btates and rnaranty, in case tiie foregoing bid ot ?? be arcep^nl, that he or ?hey win, with.ii ten dvs aft-r the acceptance of | said bid, sxerute a contract for tii-e ssire, w nh pr^od and sulHcn nt sureties, to perturm Uie work or furmsti the aiticli s propored, in conformity to the terms of the advertisement under which it was made ; and, incase the said ??? .-li ?g!d fail to enter into coiitrsc' as aforesaid, we yu&ran'y to m ike go id the difference between the offer by the snd and the next lowest uiuder. A. B. C. D. I hereby certify that, to tlie best of my knowledge and belief, the above named guarantors are good aud sufficient. E. F. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge; mar 7?eotMayP&wti' N NOTICE OF REMOVAL. EW FURNITURE STORK.?ROTH WELL &. _ BRoW.\ h ve removed their House Furnsh ir.g S?ore to the large nrol handsome bail.finz on 7ih slrepi, next to Odd Fi Hows' H ill, where we have lor sale a large and varied a sortment of eiegaat par lor, chamber aad Cottage Furnitura. Also, Car .''tin j* Oilcloth, Doer Ma's G.ass and rhin i Ware, Tiocks in variety Wooden Ware, Bssket Ware, Velocipedes Children'^ Carriages, Rocking Horses Matt'e?ses of hair, cou.in au l shuek Otfice Tables, De. ks, Ch lirs, &e. Japanned Tin Ware andjBa hiug Apparatus Tuey will keep constantly for sale a tuil assort meutof house lurmshing Goods, aud will sell on the most favorable terms. op 0?eolm ROELIi M BOYD, BLIND MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, ilTOULD rwpecift'ly inform their friend* and YV Uie public generally that they are pn-pared to attend t;? all orders in ;d^,r;|l;.^r31 the r li^e of biuineeo. 5'4L _ All klmls of UPHOLSTERING g-.g? neatly executed; such as?Cutting and a!~" Making Carpets, Fitting down Mattinj? | and Oil Cloth, Making and fitm tr up? H?d and Window Curtains, Hair, stouck r 5i: and other Matin Pew and other S.S--; Cushion?, Spring Beds, Lounges, Easy, and Sick Cnairs. We have in store - Window Shade-and Trimmings, Cord* and Ta?srl?, Split Blind?, Wide Paper for Curtain*. VENITIAN BLINDS mad" in any style, and old ditto repaired to hvk as well as new. All kin.la of old Work repaired, and ail or ders thankfully received and promptly attended to for cash, or a perfect understanding before hand. If you want the worth of your money just give ne a cal', at No 301 Pa. avenue, south side,betw. 9th and lOtii rtreeta ? mar 30?tf SPKCTACLB5, EVE CLASSES, he.. Gold, Silver, nnd fine Steel Hpcctaclce, Eye Glas S69 & C Qt^ Particular attention paid to the selection of Glassea adapted to the even of wearers. M. W. GALT & nRO., Jewelers, 8514 Pennsylvania avenue, mar 28?tf . NOTICSC ?I received tins day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTON'S and S rUDS, of the- latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: as Vot Chains, Chattlam*, Bracelets, Pins, Earrings, Rinz", etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. li. SEV.KF.N, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. Oth and 10th st'. Q&-New Points put to Gold Pens at short no'ice. Diamonds reui'>unted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 30 ?tf ~2I7'JLIAN PIANOFORTES. jfjZi Another of the?e beautiful instruments mnue by T. Gilbert St Co., Boston, can now be seen at out | Mu-ic D?;pot. 1 Also, a splendid papier mache case parlor Mclo deon, made by i'. G. Gardner fit Co , Conn. HILBUS 8t IIITZ, mar 2G Stnr Buildings. NEW SONG. Wnv DID I LOVE FALSF. FLORA, words and music by W. B , of this city, and dedi cated to Inez Allison, the fair Guitarist This song ha* a most charming melody. Just pub lished and lor tale by HILBUS & HITZ. a;> 4 LOOK HERE!!! MORE BOUNTY LAND TO JILL who served in ant war since 1790, whether as Officers Soldiers, S ulors. Marines, Clerk*, Indians, Chap lains, Wagon Masters, Teanistvrs, Landsmen, (or their widows or minor children) who have not yet received full 160 acres, and have been in service 14 days, will do well t<. write to us. yoitpaid, and their Land Warrants will be (Awarded to them for the above quantity, and no chars" if they do r.r.t get it. LLOYD & CO., Claim Agent's Office, opposite U. S. Treasury, Washington City, I?. C mar ft - 3m JOST NEFF'S PREMIUM VIOLINS AND VI~ olmcellos can be !.een at our Music Depot. AmaU urs and the profession are invited to call and try these excellent in-truments HILHUS fc HITZ, Agmts. jfgnr>i Contrabass 'or sale low for cash, if iinmc] diat- application be made as above, mar 23 ___?? BANKING E0U3E OF PAIE0 & N0J7ESE, Opp^iite United Slatfi Trzarxry. FkON'DS, Stocks and othw MMriUes percha-tcd J and sold. Interest at the rate of six p^r ecnt p*r annum a! loweil on deposits when left for IQ ?*jyt ct loader, janiil?6m 00UGU3, COLDS, HOARSENESS, iteiief ia ^lve &;lnui?i. TYLERS COUPOUXD GUM All ABIC STRUT. 11HZ increr,?!cc demand for tbis ieoet pleasant, r.if^, ?i?i etfccsrious remedy lor all pcliucnarj lis- atcr, enablol the proprietor to roducw tht otice bo &i to 7.1 Re.* It rrithin the reach of ali cli^ee* Its inferiority o*m Ei^ot eiiai'.a* preparation* is a* testfol by many eminc.it physicians who fcav?t-?i' ~j< witueittee of its e01e*ey wt.en the usur! re. rue ;i*?e have Iki.?d; hL?o by thoa-fc:lof or-r most re ,.w?table cit*z.~ns who have o* d it ia t^rlr "anlii*; io-h nai wilh n?v*r hilln|enc fir the lu*l tv-rtT yf.-.rfl, during -**ikh perio with very little ail train advert!??:;. 40 , it hi ? ?pr*-?d repatatl??u over the whole Union Tn ca'M of r-ee-.t Cc-'Ai Cong*;, fTwtinezt, Jc, r. ?ve<? i?ja:>*uist? re!l-f. ard g*n- ra"'y cur^s in a u*j cr rwo, wi'-Iioat ir.wrtVtiat; with d'et ??r hu-sip? *, 0: r--vderiDg tt,? s*ys:f=a ia. ?e so-ceptibie f Colu?; > chr*/r,lc s.sthmi, Whwp-ny Cough, Orojy jBrancriiiU, Jffecliont of the and CVr.Jkm.r Hon, it is alway? very b'SP&oial. and selioui taiL rc?>.n ccname-i^l In tirae to rertect a cure. lTii* 25 and 60 cauts a Lottie. Soia wholeea'.e by httue A Na^rn, Stott k Oft. Riigely A Oo. Alexandria by Peei L 2te?SL?. It SeorjzetoFii bv Mr. Uiwal. TYLRBCS (HUM A KAMC WYDP DRfilk ? sirailsr compoeiition to th? al>ov?, hat in nildes sni raf r* portub.* trr^.i; Vstj tit li'-e a f.h-.:ii co: ? troublesone Cmgh, f.nd clear ths tlirrat tsii roi-e; they oont&in no injurious or.ij. are partico larly reccmiaenifci fcr ohifirta. iVe<iaetiter? ofpvft lie nerrajhli^r, public fp-fak-re Bitg?rr, &o. Price and fij eentJ per box. Wot sve'at most Drag and Candy Storos. oet 17?tf INVIGORATING CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. TTEALTII RESTORED A1W UF? JLl LXNQTILBMkD, by IE. M0BCST8 u%'YinoajLTrs-3 ELIXIR Oli OOaDIAL.?At fir3t the proper ties attributed to Prof. atOagli S INViaOBATiNG KMX tit OK CORDIAL wor^ deeded fibolons. The pablicofUa d 5ei??v% eculino* bt?int th? simple ?uid snbiiraa truths anceucced b ? th?i diacoverer.? dm iica, nndeniable facts attesfe-I by witv.esiea ol vhe hijliefrt cIjm and eharaciar, ar? uow triumph al over aU doahta. IliCRKbULlTt 18 uVltlt i llBOWN by a macs of te?timony which lc perfectly rmlittbl*. The Xnxia reicedlsfl, in all easac, the deplorable ??iie arising from anL;a::? cr ahu.*e of the varlou; ?rgans which male up the wond?'f?l ma;bine called jian. It re?teres to fall vigor ev?ry <Hlcat? fnac Uen connected with that myatenous eoupoand t^eney of matter ?nd mlnci, ne<3M>earT to the re-pro ludtcn -f human lift. To persons of feeble musca lar frame, or deQeient In vital power, It Is recom mended ks the only means of oommnnlcating that saerjry whirh Is neceau&ry to the prper eajoTmeut ??t all the natural appell'ea, aa well at the irigfcrr aeati.1 attributes. Its cruafloial eL'srte are net 00n Sued to either aex or to any age. The feeble girl, ihe ailicj wife, the IUtieee, ?mevni^d youth, the overworn man of business tne vliitiia 01' nervous do preesion, the individual snaring from general de lillty, or from the wettknea* of ? single organ, will all had immediate and permanent relief from the aM of thii i:rvpit.t.reble renovator. To those who have a predisposition to b*raly<-ie It will ^rove ? :oie; l-ite anl un??i:ng oangaard against that terri ble tualady. There are many, perhaps, who have 60 triflsd with thei? eons titrations, that thev tbiak .h?.cii!lv?vs b?j Olid the raa-'h of laelislne. Let not t?en th<?e despair. The Kilxir detis with dlfQt^ae it exists, without referecse to ceus?at and will cot n'.y remove tne aiaoider iUxif. tut REBUILD TUB BEOSXH OOSflriTUTIOS. The d$ra?.gbaeiit? c-f the systsn, Jea'lio j to nar '003 olsMMii, and the forms of nervooii diabase lt< ^eif, are so nuui^roos that it would require a ooluma to euomen.1* tins for which thlrf |>repara latiou is wsjecino. A few. hu??^er, may beenuma iatad, vi>: nearal^A, tie dolsreaux. hca l*ahe,incip ient paralysis, hyiworia, palpitation 0! the heart, spi aa- adfaotic as, nummular debility, tremors, hatuience, t pricaeosaticu in the fl?eh, utKb;,^ terpid ityotth liver, mental de^rmeloc, iretJuwa? ot the will, indispo iuon u mora, fiuntnws alter rterciw, broken sle.-p a;, i terrify itg dreams, inatdlity to re main in one phvoc 1 position, weakness of t'ue pro* :ree.tiTe argaas, lacompeteacy, m?:i.ucho)v, moaona -ift.f nor albas, uking at the stomach, ?? m&to Irre^ulariUte, a chronic u-uu-ncy to roiscar ries, emaciation, and all 'X>iaplaints urn-^inp out ot a free indai.enc* 01 the an<i an Dbrresneer that does n*t pr -v-M trom organic caturse beyond the r*ach of m^liciue. Whenever the organs to he acted ujku are free (rem malmnaatioa or wtriotural diMa?M it is averred that MOP-SE'a IKYIOORATIKO EIIZER ^rill replaco Aeiine^ witii strsnpth, i?i3ai.aolty with ^flluleucy, irregularity with nniJorm and natural ac tivity, ao.1 this not ialy wtfhoat hniard of reaction, but with a happy effect on the general orge.nlzatim 4i* W-sr in mind that all maladiee, whenever tl:-?v oe?^n, f.nuh with the nervous system, and that th^ pfeTaJuetion of th? n^rvee or motiou and sensation Sf ;?b j sic ai death. D^ar in mind a Leo, that for everv kind of uorfoo? di^^e the Elixir Oordial is the aoly reliable preparation known. CAUTIO*. Dr. Mottft'J TsiTiGca 47;?5 CoaPUL has been sons lerfeitol by tome unprincipled persons. la fature, all the gtuuJne CciGlal will have the proprietor's fac Ffriile pacta! jver the cork of each | Lottie, and the follo?ix-.g word* blown In the glass Dr., Kcris'i Invlgoratlag Cordial, O. fl. RIftO, Proprietor, M.Y* ^ The Cordial is put up highly oonoestrated, la pint boU'w. Frtoe.- tS per bottle; two ftr $S; Fix for $11> 0. n-VlTNa, "roprietor, I9i Broadway, New York. Bold by Prasglsts thrccghont tha United State*, Canadas, and Weft Indlss. AO EN2J\ Washington?Z. D. Qll?JkM. Balllaa tro?8. 8. HA.N'Oft Klohntood?B1NNRT k 1IBI, nAQTTD'Q SPANISH MIXTURE. ?fc? Or?at Pari A?r of eh* Blood I Sot a Particle of Kercarj In It An I?cxtLUEU Rekkdt for fciofala, Kle*'i Evil. ?UxtusnaUsn, Obstioate Cutaneous Krcplious. Pimalw or Pustules on th. blotches, BoSZ Chronic *ore Eyes, King Worn or Tetter, 8-aid Bead. Ko!*ra:eiuent and Pain of the Bo iec and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitio Diaordars, Luab.vo. Spinal Compla:nts, and all the dmn *ri*!rg from an tnjndhiou* nae of Msr urr, Im prnd nee in life, or Impurity of the Blood. TH13 valuxbl* M.-dSeme, ahich hat become oe'ei h**ted tor the nnaiber of -xtrarrd.nary curee. etTectnd through its sgeary, ha* Induced the propri etor#, at the urg nt request of th*Jr friends, to offer it to the pablte, which they do with the almost eon fldenoe in its virtn*s and wonderftil curative pron ??rti ? The following certificates, r elected trom a !*rge number, are, however, stronger testimony than the mere word of the proprietor <; and are all from gsnMemen wsll ?aosn in th?ir localities, and of the hiAheet respectability, many of th-m residing in the ?t*y of Richmond. Ya. . ~ F. BOYDttN, Ksq., of the Kxehacg* Hotel, Bleb tcoad, known everywhere says he haeeeen ?he Med. icins called Carter's Spiitkh Mixvjss, administered in over a hundred cases, in nenrlv all the disuse* tor whiohit ia resouinsnded, with the most aston ishingly ,:o?d ranks. lie says it is the most ex tra^ ?iarv t?edioir>e he has <?vfr6?eu. AGU? AND FEYSit?CHEAT CUBS.?I fc?r-?by aertify that for th;se yaara 1 had Ague and Ferer of the iao?t violent description. I had several Fhv *icitn*, tcok lwge quantities of Quinine, Mercury, *ud I believe all the T.-nfcs advertised, but all with out permanent redef. At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two botLles of which effvct.ially cured a?e, and I am happy to cay I have hid ceit> er aMJ'.s ?r fevers sins'*. 1 consider It the ber.t Tonic in t.iis worM, and the only medicine that ^ver reached my oace. JOriN LONGDJEN. Bxavex Ditch, near Richmond, Vs. C. B. LOCK, Jfeq., now ia the city of Rijhaond *nd for many years in the Post Oflic*, has such xmfidence In th# astonishing efficacy of Carter's Ipmhh Mixture, that hi has bought upward? of bH Sottlea, which 1 e hvt piven away to the afH'oted.? Jdr. Lack says h- ha* never kaown it to fail whtn taksn according to directions. Dr. MING*, a practising Phy.'Icfatt, and formerly rf the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed m a nuznbsr of instancetn? eff-cta of Jar'er'a SpaniFh ili^ture, which were most truly ?Tttprlnoji. lie say a iu a oas of Ovnjumpiion, da Sndect on the Liver, tha good effect* were wou rful iml*?d. SAMUAL 51. DIIINRER, of the Una of D>'nk?r k alt-rris, Richmond, wac cared cured of Liver Com plaint of three v nard stitnJing, by the o*e of twe botll.* cf Carer's Spani-h Mixture. 9RB VT CTJilE 07 WBOFOLA -Th? Edilore of Lhe Richm'-nd Republican h-d a B^'.vant employe-l in their press ruora. cured of violent Scrofula, com bined with Rhaomaiam, which entirely dL^abled bim from work. T#o bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of hira, aad the Kd: tord ia a public i.otice, my they ' cheerfully recom mend it to all who are affliot^d with ?uy <jifaase of the bioo-1." 3IJLL ANOTHER CUR3 SCROFULA.-Ihid a verv ralnabie hoy cure.1 of Scrofula b7 C?r'-r'i panish Mixture. I eon iler it truly a valuable m? Jl'dce. J.1.HE3 M. T.VVLOH, Conductor on tbf 'i. F. aad P. it. B. Co^ Richmond! V* ' SALT BII3U2?i OF TWENTY YEAR3 STANDING 0 o ' Mr. 70TIN THOMPSON, reeijla^ ia the city of Hkhaoorf, -arcs car el by thr e h rtlos o; Cartir'^ Sf avsa Mix um, of Hait iJic-.:n:. which he h~d for J?ara. and which ail the pbysirians a. Jk -i'c7 c*>ald not care. Mr. Thompson ;s a well kios-s W'wntin the city of UJchm'ondf and hi? itoctl E-KTtrkab^. ^ of Ki'ibsscrd had a serv^nt a.edrf Sr.hili-, in the worst form, by Ca tor's pan:sh Mixture. He says he ch-erfuliy roc>")m a?> ads it, and considers it a vary mvaluafclj me*i j!s? ED'-YI?! HUBTON, com'olMfcner of the r?venu?, ta; s i* has eea thn go- d effects of Cartel's Spuc^h Mjxt?re in a number cf i<ypui!;tic casee, and says it is h ?%>rf*et firr f' rthat h ir-:bJe dis-ass. H il. O. fl ARU 0 ID, et Riebiuoad, cur?>d of old Sores ar>4 Uloers, wh ch disabled hioi f.^m w.ikini ro->k a few boUte- of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was e?abl >d to watk. without a cratch, in a short 3ce p^rmar.en iy cured. W.dpy .Jvotaat M. WARD, CLOSE A Co,, No. J.3 Ma! jsu J*ns. New \c-ik. ,J: * 80&*, No. 132 North Second St., <*h)!;<i"lphia ' B.I?N't'?Tf A B3EP45, No. 125 .'Jain etrset, Eich XOnd| Vs. And for sale bv rTIAT!LE3 STO^T, vrashln^ton 2. C; HEN:.Y PiEL, Alexan<Ula, aud b> Druggicto *verywh*f. f ri^ $1 per toitie, or cix bottles ft.r t5; ser il?iy Private Medical Treaties ex iu PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAtiP. ET Bl. B.I A ChUlX, M, Dlt ALliANY, N F. ?0 Pag?g and 120 Fir-e Plain and Colcred Litho frrai h3 and Platf? rV Prlca only ?5 Cants. -fc~a 99Vui' tro- of pofVageto ?!i n?- y .-,f tv0 t!Ci0TV^? Cfi t'lPH T B(?1?K kve;? PCHI>I.*?l| ;;t\ >cj c.";ntairiir.g ar-Atly d nb:e the onintl y <?: r^ai^ag raatter ia th^t of Firr> cjcmv on '.ollar ?VTi ^ T PUBLIC4H0> S. J,1,*1/';1;cri 'hn ''Uvsf0Lo ^ ^ARhlAOi?, stna the " ^?t ?;firnit|WM.<| .jieofd-r ^ of yontii and maturi y, re sulting from ex(*?s*b, which dssircy tbephvdcfti and xnen ? tai pewws. ?i?h oi??rvationa ia^rnag?-, Its duties and disqualifications, aad their remedies; v-th lithographs, iiiufUa.ing the tnat'imy and pcysioiogy, and dl-?av-s 0f the rerro luctivfc organs of h th eeies, tbeir s4ructure uses and fctir U^r?. A pcj#u1ar and comprehensive trea tise on the duties and casuai'lv*'. f single and Liar r<?d life?happy and ?m.trci ai'.auwwi, m(Vi? c{ ^ cur:ng them?iatei'citovs >r.d 'nfsitile oaes?their ?bviation and ren.ovs-? :u?purU>nt hin^a to tI;o?e yintrmplating matriccay, th?t will overeoaje ob ?eciionn to it; nou>. howav?rr. should Uke this im portant step w' liout iret consulting its pages - ^immeatariee o^> Ujc .lipeneeeand m^Iical treatment Jt remaleo rrom ii .anoy to old aie, each caoe *raoh ically illustrates by b?auUiul lithographic plates? oenods debiitty, its caus?^ and cure, hy a process at once mo simple, rafe and effectuaL that tailore is ir*pos4hle?rules for daily aaaui^meat?an easav ini Spermatorrhea with practical ctervaUons oe a jafer, and more succeasfu; mode of treatment?ore. autionary hint? on the evils resulting from ?mpiri ?1 practice?an namy oa all diseases arising ftom uaalscretion, with plain and simple rules by whioh all perrons can care th?m3elvea without meicbrv? ?smeilies for thoee relf iaflicte<i raisoriac ?nd d'i? pointed hones so unf-rtonateiy pwyatent in'the foung. ?t Is a trcthful advfer to the marrlsd and ^hoae oontewplating mairhige. Iv, perusal Is Jw dcuiarly raoon>mended to percons tntwtainlnir ee uret doutita of their physioaleondiiian, and who are jonsoious of having hasarded the health, happing and priviiegej to which every human being it cn I'.tlCd U), ? ?i?ricCt*,b, cf?tB p?? copj. ? At# oopies for one dol >1 8 "tos P^tage to any part o/ the Uai K. B.?Those who prsfer cuy oocsnltDr LaCbux jj.on any of theai, sesee upon which his book treats or mai1' Medlo,n? Mnt to any ^ t I f Union awarding to directions, salUu pack?i acd car-folly secur?d frcra all olieervation. AdJnM Or. M. H. bk C?01X,No ol Maiden Lane or P0f?fc Oflw TIo'jl 6VQ, Aihanv. N. Y. Office or..n daily li oia t a ra to ? p m, and on Sunday from 2 until 6 pm. Office U?2jaow?a from No. ?G st. Hial(S?m Labi, Albany, N. Y. .?r i*c"7 AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE. LIT THE SICK HEAR TIIK TJIOTO. t,a?TA:s Henjaxin.?Wherever known bis tesil no?k\.^ h nCa'1CiUmV,;* ,!,lt l,!M lhn"e who oc not know the Captain dJiould be ec. ptical, Or. Daw son t* Bro., wiUi othora of the b?*t known and most hiehly rr,p?-et&b!e citiacns of Lasf.a, endorse his wonderful cure by HAMPTON 3 VBGETABIJB TINOTFHH. \r X, ^ . Kastom, Oct. 4, lo54. Mdrt Mortuiicr \ Mowbray: Gentlenifn-I feel it my duty to you and the pub !pV ,n ccrUty to Ure affects of HuuipUui's Vea-table J inclure. 1 was for?more thdii five years laboring under a disease of Chronic Rheumatism, and the great part ?t Uiat time 1 was so helpless that I had to be helped lr.Mii my bed and dres^d iu my ciouies I became reduced to a mwe skeleton. All the med icines 1 took done me no good, and I continued t.s srow woixe I heard of Harnptun's Tinciure nnd thought I would eive it a trial. At this tim^ | jid not expect to live one day after another. 1 hd i>oi take it (the Tincture) for the hheumatism, but in a*hort time I was well i f that disease. From ti* effectsot your 1 meture and the help of fj.ui i a,n now getting tn goo*] health. I wish ai! the afflicted to try Hampton's Vetetab.?< Tincture, as I have d >ne, wiUi the satue effect tnat it has on Your obedient servant, Ia*AC BiRjuin, We are acquainted with I?nac Benjaratu; role mm snnieot Hampton's Veeeuble Tincture, and be ueve the above statement correct. Fmm our tnowleds- of Captai^R* jamS we?are confident Uiat the above statement i? true and im exagerated. j. A. j0HKsa^ Call and gat pamphlets yatts^nd se^o!?re!!m Coagb, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neunam, Dv? fep?'a, Nervousness and General U aakne-s ' aI ? i7ESSF w for deli#ttU 8old by MORTIMEB & MWYBRAY 110r.i? more ?,*?, Baltimure; and a>4 Broadway N Y?k oT.";Srs,tS; V^00*^ 1 DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED German Bitters, miPSEXC IT DB. C. X. JACKSOlf, Philad'*^ Pa., WILL KrrBrTUALLT cru LITER COHFUUiT, DYSPEPSIA, iJOTICR, Chronic or Strroue Debility, Dictate* of th* E'idneyt, and all diieaset anting from a dU trdered Liver or Stomach. Such as Constipation, In ward Piles, Fullness. or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau ?ea, HearU>urn: Disgust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructation#, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pu of the stomach, Swim ming of the Head, Hurred aud difficult Breathing. Plu.termg at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating 8en?aiion8 \\ h.-n in a lying Posture, Dimness ol Vision, Dots of W? bs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Ilea I, Dcficiencyof Perspira'ion, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Hack, Client, Limbs, fcc., Sudden Fltrtt of Heat Kurning in I he Flesh, Constant lmagin uics of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. "\IIE proprietor, in calling tne attention of the . publi; to thii? preimratioa, doe* so with a fe.M of the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the (lipases for which it in recommended It is no new and untried articlo, but one that has 5t:n#d the test of a ten y?-ars' trial before the Amen cm poo)ile(and its reputation and ?ale is unrivalled by any similar preparation* extant. The testimony in iu favor civen by the most prominent and well known Physicians and individual*, in all parts of ;he country la immense. Tne following from North Caiolina is respectfully sub iitt d, ret- rrmg any who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book lor Farmers and Families, to be had grniis, ofail the Agents lor the German Hitters. Principal Office and Mamiactory, 140 Arch at., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM IS0RTF1 CAROLINA. Cerhfkcile of Dr. If. Smith, of /'tne IliU, Rick tnottd County, AT. C. Pike Mil... March 4th. 1664. Dr. C. M. Jackson, rhiUdelphis?D,ar Sr: I nave been a subject of Dyspepsia, iu iu worst f rm. tor the la?t five years. Such was my condition fo iwelve months tbot ;he physicians and all who mw me said 1 must die. VVnile in this condition, I wat carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wa? not benefited b> any water to which I was taken. While on m> way home, I stopped a week at Rutlierfor tton, a small village in North Carolina, to try ths tfleet ol some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the wt'CK, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and tuyseif. Then were several of the viilaae physicians in the 6tore. and one ol them seemed to take i>ome interest in my ca?e aad, alter a?king me some questions, said lie had been a dyspeptic, and had been gn-atly bene fitted by the u?e of " l)r. Iloofl >nd'* Germnn Bi' ters," prepared by y. u, and ne insisted that I woul*| try the Bitt-rs lie also called the u-xt day at room, and i:i*L-ted so much that 1 would try them that I a*ked h.m to get me one bottle. He did it, I and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do ta; I was more benefitted by u than all the water an": j medicine I ha I ever taken. After reaching home one of inv neighbors came t? me for a presetiption and medicine, (he ad) .-pep ?ic,) and i gctve him nearly all Um: Bitters 1 hria ?--ft. which effected much goo.i in his case. He has oi'fn called on me for more oi the same k nd of rnedi cine, saying he was more b<-nefi;ted by it than any jther he had taken, b'lt I have not been able to get *:.y more for him or myself v.. ? , ther<' ??re, please ship me a dozen or more as soon as pns s*hle. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. I). R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C , I October ill. I8.">3, says:??* Having experienced ven great benefit from the use of ?? Hoofiand's Gumai Bitters, 'in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangcmeiit ol til*- Liver, and iu concomitant evils,] I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the ' benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot. &c. &c. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. HdftaviLLE, Yadki* Co , N. C , Nov. 1st, 1653. Dt. C. M. Jacicsou?Dt-ar Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine winch, to -ay the lea^tof it, ha? ef tected a cure that all other med cines, that 1 have .aken, have entirely failed to do. "Iluofland's Ger man Bitters" have eured me of tin most stubborn . and aggravated case of the pn as that, perlia^, ever | fell l? the lot of man. My cs.se is u ?t a tranter in U.is community, as I am well known i.? this and the | -urrounding counties, and can truly &av that my re covcry has ;i.-ti und?id a!! my friends and relation as I had tri. d everything recommended, and nothing did me any go <d until 1 was prevailed upon to tr\ the Hitt-rfs. You ar;: at liboriy to ivake any o: this communication, for the benefit of the afllicted. >ou may tlunk proper. Truly yours. WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters ar^ entirely vcgetaLU, they invigorate and rtrengthen the system, never prostrate it, ami can b>; u^ed for lnf.iiits as vv^ll as adul.s. K?r ri# hy respectable dealers everywhere, an-: l.y Z. D. GILMAN, Wa-hington; J. L. KiDWELL. Georgetown; and J. R. PIliRPONT, Alexandria, mar 1? ly VI7ATCI1KH AKD JEWKLRY.-l ? havd v,n hanJ a good sup: ly of fine WATCHES and JEWELRY which will l?e sold very cheap to suit the ti.nes. Gold Le v :r Watches as low as J-i5, warranted to' keep gfod time. Call and see lor yourselves at th? fctoreof J. ROBINSON, 349 Pa. ave., oppo. Hotel, mar 28?dim STOP YOUR COUGHING. JUST received, per Adams 6t Co.'s Express one ca.~? of Ma llard's ?ew Yorn Go:d Medal GUM j DROPS, consisting of Btnana, Vaailla, Ra>pbwrry Eeino.i. and Horehound flavors. Also, a complete assortment of his celebrated Chocolates, of universal rtpauuon and withoa ri\ al in the United Slates. For sale at Z. M. P, KING'S, Vermont avenue, corner I street. mar 111 tf VB W BOUKs Mt X>. ^HII.LIN JTON'S BOOKSTORE. The Immaculaie Conception; or, The Mother of God; an exposition by the Right Rev. Bishop Ulla thorne G owth in Hoiuieas, or the Progress of the Spir.t Uil lite, by the author of All for Jesos The Mi tropolitari Magazine for April. The Slave of the Lamr, bv Win. N'otlh Ever} ih'ng in the Stationery line All the new books published received immediate ly allerwards and for sale at SillLLINGTOV'S Bookstore, Odoon Building, corner 4# at. and Pa. ave. ?pr 5? WANDERINGS IN CORSICA, CORSICA Picturesque, historical and social, with ? sk??trh of the early life of Napoleon, translated from the German by Edw.,rd Joy Morris?pric- $1 *0 Lecture on English Literature froin Chaucer lo Tennyson, by Henrv Reed, price 25 Just published and fot sale at TAYLOR & MAURY'S, uiar 22 Bookstore, nesr ftih at. FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 faet or more, it various parti ol tba City, aad Georgetown, a lew prices, and tarmi to suit. LLOYD A 00. BUILDIKO STONE, For sale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wtuoraa h Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD A CO. Utk6tre?t, opp.Treaenry DepartaecL It as?It THE SUPKRB PIANO, MANUFACTURED expressly lor the lateexhl tion in this city, by Bacon & Raven, and which received a ueiul, is now on exhibition at our store. This maaruficent specimen of ?uperior skill will be returned to New York at an early day, u:less disposed of. We are authorized to sell it U|?on very reasonable terms. We have als > for sale that beautiful instrument, manufactured by liailet, Davis fc. Co., Bor ton, which received the first diploma at the recent exhibition. We have aiw jys on hand a I nge and superior stock ofPianosfrom the above manufactories. Old I'ianoa taken in exchange. JOHN F ELLIS, 300 1'enna. avenue, near Tenth slrcet. mar 23 ? > | -O MEMHEKri OF CONURt-S at OTtlEUS. I 1 SILVER SPOONS, FORKS, fce.-M. W. GALT BRO. invi e special attention to their M.Kk of pure Silver Table, Dessert, and TeaSpoum and Forks, Ladles, Bu ter Knives, and all other ar ucles of pure Silver Ware, which is larger and uiorr varied than ever offered to their customers. M. W. GALT & BRO., S34 Pa. av nue betw. 9th and 10th sta. ?pbai?tf F.iA'd PATENT AMERICAN ACCORDEONS. Several of these new and improaed instruments jm.t received and for sale at the Music D- p"t nf HILBUS * HITZ. Al.*o, C dozen of Faa'a new and cheap instruction Books, pri^e 25 cents. The public are invited to examine these Accordc or.*, having received the first premiums in every *x hibit on exhibited. HILBUS k HITZ, mar 24 Role Agents. OHNSON ON MANURES, I y. 1, Loudon VauxWin tilling and vertiiizing land, do Morflton Manor 's, Philadelphia Dana's Muck Mannal for Farmers, Lowell Dana on Manures, New YorR Ruffin on Calcareous Manners, Richmond Brown's American Muck R.-k, New York Practical Treatise on Manures, by the British 8o ciety, for the diffusion cf useful knowledge And many works on Acriculturml Chemiitrr, on Fruit Cultare, Bees, Cattle. Drainage, Tree Plant ing, snd other branches of Gardening and HtubamK ry, manv ol them imported from abroad. W?r? PRANCK TAYLOR. iRRRV'S AND OlLLOPT'S STHIfiL PKNtf var.oas kutds and viaea, bought in pwson from 1 m^on and warranted genuine. FRANCK TAYLOR, _2 I TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Mott Bedell's Una ^ JHC?T TORr.JLEXANDRMjrjfiBrSQTOii CTTT, JISD DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PJICKKT9. amis LINK OF PACKETS SAILS WEUU.T from pier 14 Eaat Hirer, New York. ud oftaaer neceaeary, and are composed of tbe ft J lowing Am elan fww: New irbr. A. F. Bsd*ll, Bedell. DIM. New achr. MoU Btdsii, A. V. Tmtweli. Bchr. ?fl?? D..XVm. Oliver, master. 8ch<\ rolani, I.. A. Fmitb, master. Scbr. Commander in-Chi*/, tVuglum, master. Srlir. Greentray, Wil?<Hi, maaier. These vessels are all fast sailers. n4 the men of eiprnence in the trade, and the only lar Una of Washington City packets. MOTT BBjELL, Wall html N. T. 8. 6. MASTERS It SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, ffeb 1?6rn Washington and D. C. CROHWEI.L'* BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP UNI BETWEEN jTji NEW YOBK BALTIMORE k BOST< If, WILL diapatcb a Steamer daily fmm Baltimore nikl New York, and twice a week fro* Boatun to B iltimore and B.ilum??re to Roe?on. The line afford-* unequalled lictlitim to the bud ness men of the Pi$tri<t of i'oluinl'ia. The Af-nts at either point will nreire freight and give a through bill ofladincto WaohitittM at the lowe*t rate* o< freisht and no com mis-ion r charred. Appltcatx'nn ft?r freight prompUy att ruled to by tbe following agents: A. C. IIALL, 36 exchange Pl^ce. Raltiroore. H. B.CROMWELL. Comer Washington and Albany at*., N. T? J NO. W. SCflANK, Jan 14?d.*bn Foot of India Wharf, Boston. "for the west and south. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. HHPROYKD ARRANiKM*NT8 FOR TRAVEL I IMPORTANT LHANQL8 OF8CBKDCDK11 The late completion of the ttral Ohio Railroad bate sen Whe?ling and Columbus, onltlnr. as it do-e, by ao short and direct a Una, the Baltimore sod Ohio RaOr ad with all p*rtiona of the W??t (an 1 North and Southwest,) gives this iruto greatly increased advantages to through traveiara in that direction. On and afer MONDAY, November 27, lbU, the truns wil' b* run aa fallows: FOR TIIROCOn PASSENG PR3. Two fkrt trains dally will run in each <:reeti!w. Hrst?The MAIL TRAIN, )?c?lcg Camdtn 8ttttoa at 7 a. a . instead ol 9 o'clock as heretofore, (except on Sur.di-r,) *c i arriving ?t Whre'.ing at 2 40 a. m. Peoond?The ICXPRBfcS aRAIN', leaving at 3 p. b., Instead of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and rannirg through to \7bee'ing (d about 17 henrs, retching ther* e.t 10 25 a. ra. Th'? train wdl atep st Wash ington Jnnctinn, gykaavflle, Menoeary, Htrpor*e t ttv, Kartinaburg, Kr John'"" Bun, CVrab^rUnd, ? ie-imont, tt&*laeburc. Nxwburg, P?-'tennsn, Farm* ! igtJo, Ca?eron sni McurJ riile only, for wrod sal water aid c*s;s. B th tfce?e trains make prompt und re?ul?r c*>tinection wi h th? eer* ol the Centra' Ohio Boat ?or Garabridg svill*, New ark, Cclumt?u>, Cincinnati, Lc'ii"vill<s T-aytoo, Sandusky, Tolrd i, Cetrcit. In li*t:ap.o)is. Chic*go, Ht tx>ai^,eto- n^r* leaving Baltimore by the MailTr-'n; wi l rctc'j tlnciTiuati fur dinner next lay, wiii la by the Fx^r??^ Irs in they arrv? there *t 12 tb? next c:7ht, b?iag kept but one night ob :be root- by eith'*r trein P?s*?cgtr< for tbe Nor'.hwe^t viaCere^and and vl ict.Tta?-Jiate poicts can m-ke s direct ^roceo* tion with ^he trains upon th* C eveland and Pitte bcrg BM<lrord st all time? ?he ? the Oliio i? navi(p^ tile tr>r fl'.eara?rs betwe >n Wheeling ar d Well? viua, by leaving BalUia<re iu ihe M* 1 Train at 7 a. m. Retnrriag. the Train* l?ave M htx< lrg a? follewsc rhe PXPBKSS TB - IN at 4 30 o m, r. aching Pal tiaore at 9? a. a. The MAIL TcLAlN at 1L4& pw a . reaching Ba;timers at m 7 p. g^Throuxh tisxttn by Ixat from Wheeling fer Ci;iri' nati, Midison. L*u^>ville, St. Lruia and other River CitiM, * i'l be sold at a 1 times when theatago f ?vr will almit. Mf Thr"Ugh tickets bf^v?n Paitimcre nod Wunis^tor, and all the im(X>rtant dti*a and towmo in the V7ett. sre sold at the Ticket OCoes of thn Company. rCE WAT PASBKN^ar.3. T.IK 1JATL TRAIN, V?un? Camdan station will t-.iie r.fcfs?i k?t?< Tc-r a'l the ntaai atop; ing plaaee on the Rctul Hotorning,'hie tTain leave* Wheeling st 11.45 c'. Cur>b?-rla..d at 1016 a. n, and nrrlvvtj at iiaitiraeM at 7 t>. m. TUB FRe.DB'iJCK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, ffcr Frederick atd Ibtermudiate tls^es, will e<art at 4 p. in , a.-uiy. (ezsept Sun svr) ar.iT:nK in I'reder ick at '.40 Re*urti!o^ will Wee Frrderlek at # a. m^ atr:\iog at Baldmore at 12 30. c?>u TFIR KLLICVlTs MILL? AOOOMMODATIOX will be ron dally, (.-xc pt Sun2a-a.) ss follows ; Leavs Carad-n Station at 6 a m. and 8 p. m. Lea re Kllioott's iiills at 7.JO a. ra. and 6-30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS liUN AS FOLL<JW8: LEAVS dsily, 6Xeept ?onday, at 0 and Sjf n. ^ aad S and Spa. Oo Pu~ lay at I a cs and I p ra. L**ve Paitiiaore at 4% anl 9 a ra; nod I and p ra. Oa Sun lay at 4 % am uxA Spa. Th* evr.n* ;tirr.? with Baltircore A Ohio Ra'lrood t>r ths West are by trains leari?~ st 6 a a ???4 J ??? For Philadelphiaaud-'sw Ycik at 6.and BUan and 6 p ra. For Annapo'.lf st a a ss 2 6 p ra. for Nenou at 3 p u. T. H. PARSONS, Agent Particu'ar attention Is oalled to the Rule reqrfu* ing e resp&neibls vou-her for any person ef color who u-y wi'h to past) ov~r the reed. d-?3 13?dtf CEAKGB ATD ALEXANDRIA HAILBOAJ). On and after Tuesday, Nw. 7, 18S4, THB Cars leave Alexandria da:ly for Gordon* viUe and interuadiate 'taUona at 7 ij o'clock, a nu, on tha arrival o( the boa*, from Washington* giving ample time for breakfast on board. Con nseting at Manassas Junstua with a train for Stra*> bnrg, at W ar renin ? J a- ction witn a train for War re u to n, and aLGcrdonsville with tha trains on the Virginia OenfPfcl Railroad for Richmond, Charfottao rille, and 8tnnntcn. The oaro leave Uordonsvil> daily for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at U before U, n. a,, on the arrival of the traini ot the VirginiaOaatrai rail road from Richmosd, Churiotteeviiia, and htnnnton. TMROUQJ TICKETS. from Alexandria to Warrenton ...|2 00 m 44 QorJonfTville...... 8 M " - Charlott*ei ilia 4 ? ? " Btannton ? ?0 " M Btrasburg t I# ? ? Lynchburg. gTfc Winchester 3 10 Hew Market... ? Oft ?- ? ? mi aveioMumtM ? - ? Msddleburg 1 * For Lynchburg, eonneeting with tha stage* aft Charlottesville, on Mondays Wedneaday*, and hi for Lnray and New Market, an enacting with thn s ems at Oolpeper, on Tnsedays, Ttnredays, and baV urday. for Wlnohsstar daily, oonnacting with thn at ages at Piedaiaat For Middleburs dally, ccnnscting with tha i at the Plains. Per order: W. B. BS0CK1TT, Agent nov 7?dtf ' ^ FOR MOUNT VERNON. ? On TUKSDAYb and ?K1DATB. ,y&rr found trip $1; from Alax andrU 7b cenU -lhe TUOMA4 CVtLLYEB leave* Washicgton at 9 and Al&x^niria nt ?*?% o'clxk. C(^rh?? leave tha Capiuil icr U? Loat at 8^ o'dJk. Cofcch fc ra ' 0 oents. Per&sm vuhing ths Govlll.isavs their rest Isnoe ?i'h Geo. A Thc^. Parker. Rafrethaente on the boat. Oot 28j-4tf BAMT. 0ET>N?T. Papt VI1E HEW YORia * LIVitUPOUL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. TUB PHlPd 00MPB1BINQ ZH1B LLHM Til*? ATLANTIC. Cart. West* PACIFIC. Oapt Nya, BALTIC, Capt Oor stoek, ADRIATIC, Capt. Ornltofo. These ships have bean built by oontraet, expresr ly for Government aenice; every care has boea taken in their ooos'jti ;: ion, as in tbe Kagiaea to Insure strength and speed, and their aoovmmoda tioas for pawengers are unequalled for and c&mfort. Pnre of ptseage from New Tork to Livarpor^ ta flrp. cab' n.................4iao Baoood Cabin? 70 Kxclasivs use of extra siae stata rooms 800 From Liverpool to New Tork 130 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached tc each ship. No berth oan be secured until paid for. For freight or pa wag o apply to hDWABD K. COLLINS A OO., M Wall street, New Tork. SHOWN, SHIP LI Y A 00, LiverpooL B. G. ROBERTS A 00 , 13 Ring's Arcs Yard, Loadat JOnN MUNROE A 00. IB Rue Notre Tame des TirtobeS, Paris. GEO. U. DRAPhR, Uavse. The owners of the*a ships will not be am for gold, silver, bullion, sperfe, jewelry, pt ?tones or metals, unleea bills af Uding are theretor. and ths va'.ns thereof thweln er ?ot 11 41f

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