Newspaper of Evening Star, June 4, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 4, 1855 Page 4
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evkning star. 0I7JB MX OLD MUSIC Give me old music ! let ate hear The songs of da)* gone by Ni* star thy mice in kiodly f?*er, 11 to thy notes ? tailing tear Should make a mute reply , TO songs that tutted me on the breast, To sleep away the noon. Ping o.??sin* on ! I lave them best, TT?? reN witchery in the notes impressed With each familiar tune. Give me old win*! it* choicest store, Drawn from the shady bin: Our vinyard* shall produce no mora c, ?? "mag Juice they gave of yore As sparkling Ilea within ; This was my jraadsire?s chief delight, When the (lay's cha-? was o'er. Fill high: hu high! treaaure's delisht, Shall sparkle on our board to nighrf Tboogh we shcold drink no more. Give me old friead*? the tried, the true, Who launched their barks with me, And ail my Joy* and sorrows knew, ? As chance's gale the pilgrim blew Across the 'roabied sea ; Their memories arc lli? same r? mine? Our loves through Ji/e shall las:: Bring <-ne, brin * all, your smiles to thine Upon our sood old song* and wine, t Like sanbeamd from the pail! OTA man named Fairfield has fcooa im prisoned in Newburyport, Mass for courting a lady wbilo ha had a lawful wife. It appears, tays the Newburyport lleraid. that the fallow ha<> a wife in town, bat for the last ten months, under the name of Wm. Bowers, he Laa been courting a voting girl, with his family daring the time living only two street* distant from her, and the two females often attending the seae church No one suspected him till two boys were heard to dispute whether his name was Bowers or Fairfield?one aa-erting that i< was Bowers, and he was courting such a girl, and the other Cat it was Fairfield, and that he lived with his wife at such a number on the uime street, which induoed the mother of the girl to call one evening where hia family were ; said to be living, and where she actually found him with his wife. "Old F?lk3 at Hom* "?The New Haven Register makes mention of an old lady resid ing in the town of Middle Saddam, Conn., who some three or four weeks since, celebrated the 14H)th anniversary of her hi th day, by a lar e party of her relatives and friends This old lady is the aunt cf some of the most re spectable and wealthy merchants of New \ork, and retains her faculties to a remarka ble degree She has a brother living with her, who is 94 years old ; also a sister in the same town 84 years of age, whoee husband, still living, is 88 years old. Of fourteen chil dren by thess parents, thirteen are still living the youngest being 35 years old. The united ages of all these pars on is bat little less than 1000 years. PovrLAR Ig30B\5ce?The Morris Jersey man learns that on Saturday evening last at the Rock%way Basin of the Mrrris Canal, a boy named Henry Herring, aged about 13 years, while performing some duty on a boat, fell over into the canal An alarm was im mediately given, a boat hook procured, and the boy taken out. He had been in the water about five minutes, and it was stated that his eyes were open, and that he bad every appear ance of Coming to life; but his rescuers tied a rope around hi* neck, and threw him back in. to the canal, where he remained until xorning they alleging as a reason for so doing that they thought the law required him to remain in the water until an inquest could be held? A No-vsi. Wat to collect a Debt ?Clara Engle, a German woman, charged with steal ing $200 in gold fioin Charles Hein&ell, No. Sj Lispenard stree;, Now York, was nnited in the bond* of wedlcch to the complainant at his request, by Juftice Connolly, on Friday. He intimated to the Judge that if ebe would consent to become hid, for better or f^r worse, he would withdraw the ocuiplaint. Sue read' ily assented to the proposal, and the pair left the police court apparently highly delighted with the turn event* bad taken. Gerxax Silver ?The German silver used in the construction of knives, forks, spoons, is , consists of two part^ of copper, one of niokei, and one of sino (Jare must be taken in uding culinary and table articles made of German silver tbat they be btougb*. into con tact with no corrosive liquids, as in addition to the poisonous eff-c-?ot the essential metals, (eopper and zinc) therein frequently a small proportion of aiBC&w still remaining in the nickel. We learu from the Jordon (Onondaga) Transcript, that contract* have been made by grain dealers in that village, to deliver be twees the Idth of June and 20th of July at Chigago. free on board. 35.006 bushels of oom at 70 cents; 10 000 bushels at 72 cents, and 5 000 between the 20th of July and 2i)th of August at 75 cent*. Flax Pafbb ?The Louisville Courier of May 25 comes to us printed on made of undressed 11 ax The paper is thinner than that made from bass wood anavlngd, not ao brittle and has more the appearance of ordi nary eettou rag paper. It u a good color. Houses fob TBS West ?Hundreds of frame houses are now being made in our ci y, and shipped west to Illinois. Icwa aLd Kansas. There hourc.sconsist of two loom* e^ch, and are made, rent out and put up for $150 each. Cinemnan Columbian, May 25. GT A patent has been granted to a gentle man of Albany, N Y , for a new composition for aiding digestion. The main di&culiy wi*h people now adaysiito get something to digest. gy Washerwomen are sa>d to be the most ^neonsidtent women in the world, because they adl look for sof? water when it has bean rain ing hard. movements or ocean steamers. Nam*. 7?e*re For Daui. Baltic New York...Liverpool....May 30 Paciiic Liverpool ...New York....May 19 Nr-th Star Hivre New Ynrk..?M3y 19 Wi^hwgton... Bremen New York.. May53 Aftiea............^....Liverpool....Bo-ton May 36 QCf-The California si amera leavt New York on the Vh and 20th <*f each montii. d T CrpUmw'a Coart, Nay 49, 1855. ISTRICi' OF COLUMKIA. Waswinoto* Cooht??To wit: In the case of Teresa A. Faflell, administratrix of Thomas W i^iiffi II, d :?The admiutMtratnx aforesaid ha*. witB ihe apprr>t?a;io.i of the Orphan's Court ot V\ ashingtoii County, in the District o' Co lauibia, appointed Tuesday, the liih day of Juue next, fur the iiial settlement and distribution of the estate of hhI deceased. of the in har.1, (?<> far as the ?ame have be*n collect d ;.nd turned into money, when and where all tlx: creditors of *aid deceased are noitfl'd to iiOend, (at me Orphan's Court of Washington City,) Kith their claims prop erty vouched, or they may othe. wi>e by law be ex eieded ham aii beoefit ot aai4 etlate: Provided, a cop- ot this order be pub!i?bed once a v e? k tor three weeks in the " Daily Kvemtif Siai," previous to said 13th day of June next Ttsie: ED N. ROACH. K<g. Will*. Tnw copy?Teste: En. N. Rosea, keg. Wuls. MayJMsia-niaB M3l FOB THE ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA AND MANA?3Ati GAP RAILROADS. HE Hubacnber'sCoache# w IIcall for Passenger.* _ widbic a to connect with the above _ .|| ?' ^ Railrwaa, My^?'..achea connect witbiflLxl^^C the s?ceamer? Tbos CoLLvra or Gaoaoa kVatiniKo ?pov, wiiteh leave Washington at 6 a m. M??l* turiiMhai on the boau. pTrsoas wisiitng the Coaehe, to call for them can leave tut ir naoi? and resident with Mr. John T Tillman, near tb? C^pitcl (aie; Mr. Buu's dru store, corner renncylvania aveaue and 13Ji sireei or at Geo. k. Th<* Parker k Co >s store. Coaches ran be bad far Pleasure Tnjw ?ayiB-te WILLIAM WHALEY. TUE POTOMAC RIVER STEa JLOAf COMPANY'S STEAMKR ALICE O. PRICE, CAPT. MAMUf L BAKER, .a ? ^ Will commence her regular Zr*, -* r.^r on TDMi'AT MORWHO, ttie -?J\ti in-unt, touching at tlie differeot Landing* on the river. Lemce Washington at 8 and Alexandria at 7 o'clk oa Tuesda, and Prid?y morning* Rtturning, wi I leave Cone Rjver at 4 o'clock, on Wedneoday and Oaturdoy mornings, on Li further notice. may 36-d La bid wabrauti wasted, to which the highest prices will be paid by CHUBB BROTHERS, iuay 31?if (late]) opp. the Treasury. WiSRIKfiTON STOVE liRDFACt-iftl, 8. E. comer of Pa- av. and Eltvzntk i>i w<, Sole Ajencv for CIIIL80N, GOULD fc CO.'fl Warming and Ventilatia? Appuralua, M. POND * CO.*S (of Boston) Union Double-Oven Cooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Cofjstnntlv on hand, and recclvlne LATROBE STOVES, for h^aung two stories; Parlor and Cham her GRATES. EnamH ed and Japanned Cooking, Hal), Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room 8 ? OVK^; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; Block Tin, Planished and Jn^annfti WAKE in great varietv. All of which will be w>ld at tii<; lowest possible rates, that will compare favorably with any E?tab Usbmcnt sooth of New York. An examination of my stock ih earaesrtv solicited. ai? 13?3m J\8 8KIRVI.\Q DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully cnHs puMic attention to his new. patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED method or setting Artificial] Teeth, with Continuous Gum?the very PERFECTION OF THE ART. Thin ?t>lo of Teeth ha* the following aivanttres over all others, viz : GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT, and REAIJTY, vieing with Nature in thette respects, and in some others excelling. Public in spection Is respectfully solicited. Pleaac call and see CACJTION.?No other Delist In the Dk'rict of Columbia has a right tr make this style of Teeth. N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugxed and warranod for life. Office and house at No. 398 E street, near the comer of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street. ap24?tf FORP OOR AND~LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 test cr more, it various parts ol the City, and Gecrgstown, a loir pricci., an<2 Unas to rait LLOYD A CO. ? VILDI X a BTOXE. for sals, deiirarabie at the Canal, cr W bar fee Jr Washington, Gooxgctu-an, or Alexandria. LliGYD * CO. lfth strati, op?. Treasury Department |t?.H T NEW POLKA. HE CHEVY CHASE POLKA, composed for and dedicated t Mips Sally D. Bradley, by J. D. Saunders, Esq., of this city, whose compositions have always met with such great public favor The merits ot the piece are such as will introduce it among all lovers of music. Price 25 cents. Just published and for sale by HILBUS Bt IIITZ. The President's Mounted Guard Quickstep, eom gpsed by the accomplished Pianist, Mr. Robert Hel #r, will appear in a lew darn inoy 12 DR. THEOD. HANSMAN Keeps flis ?>ffi *e hours from eight to ten o'clock a.m. No. 505 Seventh st.,oj>p CHd felloica HalL may 23?lm* WILLARD'S HOTEL, Old Point Comfort* Va. This splknlid sea-shore house is MOW OPEN. Boar.i p-rday .. 00 B.?ard by the week, per day 1 50 Board by the month, per day 125 Baths free (or the guests may 10?lm C. C. WILL ARM & RRO LILVER WARE, PLATED WAHK O ASOPISS FASiCV GOODS.?Silver 0\Tee and Tea Sets, Sugar Bowls, Cream Jugs, ?'?^leu, Cup', Spoons and Forks Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable for presents. Plater! ColT r Sets, Castors, Baskets, Spoons and Forks, on best Albata. The articles are warranted as represented, and wiil be sold at a email advance. EI. SEMKEN, 330 Pa. avenue, bet 9th and lOtn streets, mar 29-tf FISCHER'S BAND FULLY ORGAIs IZED. HAVING now completed a'l mv f rrangemenl*? for a first rate B.iArfS and COTILLON BAND. I am again nt the service of the public to attend Excursion Parties, Exhibit ons, Parade*, Pic Nies, BalN, and Serenades. All those in lavor i.f a citlien's band are respectfully invited to encourage our en erpiue, here in Wa?hinat~>n City. P FISCHER, Leader. P 8.?This Band, under my direction, is regular) v uniformed, and Irom a practice over twenty years I can give satisfaction to every one. Residence, Pa. avenue, north side, bet. 9th and 10th streets first door west ol Iron Halt. Orders left with Misers Hiibus A Hit* punctually attended to. may 14?1 n>? notice! THE WHITE H0ULE PAVIL .ion Ac . h?? been rsnted for tie season, ana is ieady lor the reception of visitors. Large h d small parties can be accommodated with Meals, Sic. For particulars anp'y to WILLIAM COKE, on F, between 21 ^t and liil streets. No Ex':nrMon parlies except those already en IM % t an furnish their own caterer except paying extra for the us* of the house. By order of the MANAGERS, may 21?MM'&Flm Private Medical Treaties en Ttii PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEV^>P MARBIAQ1, RT H. B. IiA CROIX. H. D.i ALU A NY, X Y. fcO Pages at< 1 130 floe Plain t?ad Colcrad Lithe graphs and Plates. Prlea only a* Casts. S^-Bent fras c/ postage to all parts of th? Union CHEAPKHT BOOK EVER PUBLL-JiUD, ?n J contaiauv aear;y d ub!? the quantity o reading matter in that of the FIFTY CENT8 OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treat* on the I'lIYBlOLO (*YOF MARK I AG B, and the - s>* ret i'firniiL^rar.d Oi.icrdM cf ;? outh aal maturity, re sulting from -xcesseb, which destroy the physical and men tal powers, with observations on _urrtege, its duUss and di*.iualiCc&tioi.3, ?d<I thsir r?jnedie<i; with lithographs, illufOrAtiiig thf az?atoia7 ui phTSlology, r.nd diseasas of the rrpro. i&otiva of both a*5ea, their structure, ubo aud fuciiioriS. A jK>>niar anJ compreher ivatraa tse on tne duties and oaana)*l<v v f single sad mar ried Rto?happv *.ni *:o;ttal al'ia&nas, mode cf s* snring then- Luf-l'awuj aid lufc.tUe one*?their otrlauoc and re?.&val?isportant hints to tho?e aontsniplating Du'-fimrny, that will oveioane ob Je^ns to it; none, hawcrvdr. should take this La portant w'lh^ut tret oonsnlting its papes? smtmentarleM 02 ttoe ^Uasaas and madioal treat^ae*.:* at faaal.-s frcm inJan^ tc old a<w, aaeh ca^e graph ically illnstrats<t by beantiful Utttugv&phlo plates? nervoas debility, ite oans^s and ou?e, V/ a prone;* at os9e <o fijnple, -afs and effectual, that isiiurs it La,">csa?t io?ro??s Icr daily taauagement?an aaosy in Ep< rr^ator*h3ta wilh practicfii pbfervations ou a iafcr. and taore Buosessltl mode of trf?alpieut?pre Mndonary hints on the evils resulting front ejDciri sal practice?tn e;aav on ail iisease? arising ft ere tcdiKretion, with plcfn and simple rales by wjr'cfc all perxrac coo crue themselves withoa: m-rrary? < ren.vJies for those oeif inflictod miseries and dirap pons*! be pee to unfortonatoly prevalent in the rcung. It 1j ? truthful ad riser to the married atJ ioee contesapiatlns marriag >. Its peruaal is par ticolariy recommended to pu^ni entertaining e? :ret doubw oi their nkyAcal coi^jtiin. and who art nnscisas of having caiard?d thu L=*^th, h?pp'nea and privilcgej to whlth ev Jt7 bur-an !s en* titled tc. Prici 25 fcsnso per copy, cr fire oori*j fcr oo? icl ar. Mailed rroa oi poatags to any paxt of Iks Uai 'sdStatw. N. P.?'Ihoae who prefer may oc-ssoltDr.LACaoa upon any ofthediMHMs up'm whS?h iiii book treaU eith. r ?>ers?:-nal:7 or by mail. Medicine sen: tc any part cf the Uaion according to dirwitlsns, i^lj packed ana careftuly aecurod from ail ofcMrratior Ailrees Dr. il. H LA 0R0IX, No. 81 Maiden Laa? ot Post Offlca Box 673, Albany. N. T. Jtjg- Office cp.n diciiy frcsi iaatotpU) &u<l on Sunday from 3 until 6 pm. 49" 03oe Raeaovad from No. K Sparer si., loll Salda& I.aEt, AlLaay, If. Y. H FINE WATCHES. AVING made a considerable addition to my stock of sold Hi rnse raTtirr lcvkxs, and la mas' watch as Of flr.-t quality, heavy 18 caratf case*. Also, SILVER WATCHES Cor boys. I oa?r them at greatly reduced price*. The mov- menu are selected with great care, and every Watch is vxtrriinted. Persons in want of a fine timekeeper are invited ?o examine my assortment. H- SEMKEN, No. ISO Pa. avenue, betw. snh and 10th eta. mv ao HAIR WORK. ORNAMENTS of H ?ir, such as llraceleta, Cbat elalns, (Chains, Brrastpinn, Enrringa, Finger Rinra, made to order, of any desired design. AH ontora faithfully att<tude4 to. Bpaaimeoa may be Men at mv store. H. SEMKEN, No. tao Pa. av., between ?th and 10th su, MmJ9 PROPOSALS FOB KAVAL SUPPLIES NAVY DEPARTMENT, "? BCMIO or COE9T*t7CTIO>*. >? onpji E^rr. tx L Maylfl 1856. ') S*wp PBOP03AL1 to furnish Naval Pupp'ies fbr tha flsral yea? ending 30th Juno. 1S5?, wilt Sh-cTri^n * i\"borfRu unMi s ?,oi<** p-cf I *next- Thewfropora'fio?u?t be endorsed ? Proposals for Naval Supplier., Hireau of Oonxtrurtion, *,,? tbat t <?y may be dUtln. gulr.h?d from oihe- busing letters. Tb? materials nod articles ?mbr?^d in the slasaes I^T, &re pertleuUrly d scribed in prists soh. du es, any of w5 ioh will oe furnhhed to such ai d-slre to offer, on npp iciti>n to the commsndan? ortherearootlTanaTyyarJs, or to th<* na?y a?ent nearest thereto. and thoro of all the yardi upon ap p icaaon to thij bar au. Tho ooornandant aul r.f each station wtjl hnn? n oopy of the scaedulas of the other yard* f >r **,?l.iati n only, from whieh it may bejn g-d wh-thor it will bede 81 make applies io*j for then*. Offers rnuwt b* m Ue for the who!* oc each c ans nt any y?rj upon one of ?b? print* 1 g kmlulee, or Jnar.ctronfcnnitythe-ewith, or th-y will not be oon*Wi?r^J. All articlia must h i cf tha very beat qtialil y oin wrm&ble t> ram pi*, sixe, Ac , to le dah' Jo go^d "Her a?d in suitable yejiats, and parkates, as th> ca?e mar be, a- tb? cx-mise*'d ri;k ft tho cont-at; tor, ana In all re~pec:s suhJtct 'o ths ln?pe:tlon, measurement, connt, w*iaht, . of ih? ynrd where teesived, and to tie eatite si :!:&{? tie a cf the c:m Dinda'it thereof. MJders are referred t? tbs yards for rmp'M, snd a particular description of tii-aitc".?*; and, all o'.her bljgs bnng equal, preference will L-> given to ?i tld'-a of Ame icin raanufic ure. Kre;y rffsr, a t requir d by tin lair of 10th Angus', ImC, ui . at or a^coejpanisd by a writ ten guarantee, th-j Ijrms of whica ara herewith given. These enly whose cif;rs may bo excepted will be notjfcl, an I the contract vill be forwards I m sjen thereafter a3 praetiattble, wbieh they will be squired to execute within tea day* alter its r ipt at the past c iLce or navy i gency named br them. fcur->ties in the full amouu: will be required to si<jn tin contract md their respenfibilit/ cert!fi?d to by a United d-stri^t judge, United gt-*tm dis'rict ittorney, csJbctcr, o- navy agent. As ? ddi ti nal -e^artfy, twenty p*r e*n;nn will he withheld fr mth'nm nnt of ?ha H is un'il h? en ract eball havd b/en completed, nnd ^Igh v per centum of e ;ch bM! approved in tripii-ate by th^ commandant cf tho re*prct v< yards wil! bj paid 'y the navy ax-at within thirty days after ita presentation to him. It is stipulated in the contract thaN \f deflinlt be maie by he jar?iei of the fl s- part in d<-liv?r:ng ell or any of the *rttcl?< mentioned, of the quality >nd ?t xfce time ani place* proviied, ther>, and in That "ace, thecrntr*cteri>an > sureties will ?orf<dt ard pay to the Dni ed Scat b as l:qul Jat?d damsgrie* PUm of mon-y equal t > t*>^ the amount ot* 'hec">ntract price8 therein azrvrd rp:n as the price to be "aid m ciseoftbe a tual delivery thereof, wit ch liqui d Uod damages n ay b? re ov red or r tainedfrcm tiai>* to time a?t*ey accrue -rom the said partis cf the flrat part or o'.tber of tiem. Chwea No. 1, 2 4, 6, 6. 7, to N? d-livered ore fourth prrt cn or hef .ro the 15th Mr.y, ot e-frnrth p irt by the 20 h July, one fourth ty tii? 20th S^i. tember, and the remainder l?y tbe 1st I>-c-wtwr 1S66. nla s No. 3?the whide by the l!>*h M y[ 1S56 CIa?s No. 8 -tho wh 1<j by the 2uth July 1836 Ibe re.Laiu n* cliff?*: to he deliv r^d?<n - lovrth part on or l>eto'e 'he la Si;Member next, cne furth put on or b-lore t :e 1st D,coml_?er n-st. cn? fjurth part on c-r before ILe 1st April, 18S*, and the r:;m?jnder on orbe oretle .0:h June, 1S56, ccm pri-ing at each delivery a dso proportion o ea-:h ar :ele. Clis. No 9 fnd ali following additional quantities of all articles n^u: tbe*ein mu?t be diliv-Ted on like terui< sad c nditioim during the fl-c.l yoar, ;ip-r? r^ejlvlcg a noti-.e rf fif feen days from tha barttu <r c.m^iAndaot of the yrd. Am th- li-w requires the prepayment cf nosta?fl, peiaots d'tiring the o mmsr.-jMi o* th* ya d or tbe navy ag^nt to teed them bym-?.l schodulns cf sneh cla?e?i afl they d?fire, should mcl e in their *.ppli cation pottage stamps to itiur* th3ir traitmli-i. n, bnt apflicatiotis to the bureau f>: each schodulea will not require prepay m?nt. FORM cT OFFER. L - , ft - ?, f tiL? of , he' agr^eto furnish nrd del ver at he )een?ctiv< navy yards ^ll - he ar<i les rain*din theijas4rt ber-unto arnexed, agreeibly totheprovi4(n3ofrlj^rched;il-s there or. and In et/nfo miu w th the tdv rtisem-ot o the Bureau cf Cots :ujtion. 4c., of loth Uay, ltt(. Khould my oSer bj accepted, I nqur-t to be ai dressed at , and th? ccc:rac.fL,rwar..ed to the nary agon1: at , or to , far signature and certificate. 1) (Signature) (T7i* tcleduifg tuhich th* Ifidr'er rrr'n'ej tans! he pasted to his njjer. aitd nth of them tizie i l>y him Oj-p site each article in the xch'dulr th' pri.e must be f f, t\e flTitouit iorr cti o-tt, t\p o**jT*j4x*e /ooted up for c'at-t, ani t/e amount I'keu'ue written in wjtds.) FORM CF GUARANTEF. i lie un .fit ,:nel, . of in the Stale d , of-? ia tbe State of , Lerohy gu?rantv tht, in caw l.e forego in* b-1 of ,fr any c} the cla pes therun nvm J ? e accr-p ed, that he- rr Ihry will, w thia ten dnyi att-r tio receipt cf the contract tt the p >st oBif ? named <r navy ag^nt de^igi ate), execu.e th ooutr ct for the sams w,;h no d ard sufQcieat fuie and in easaaifd sisII fail toen rrin'n o>Dtra< t as at. refald, ws suarantee to mak? eocd th? differe o- bHween th^ offer r.f he said ? and that which may be ao.epte i. Bignature cf two gturnnUrs ? (Date ) 1 D* Witness. I hereby certify that the ab* v8 maided EuSEs zjzsjs: 01 i,"jv " "A m> " (Date.) (^nature.) To be sigxolbjf t!w. C*ii?t SxJes district judge UnUed Mate* dt,'r,-a'U.m-y, cM dor, - r navy dg'.rU, and no Uiuri) Th? followirg are tte cla'rafl rrqnlrjd at th ? re ?pwctiv^ yaids: KITTERT, MAIVK. No. 1, white oak plai t ftock lcg>. No. 3, wh tu oak promlscn-rs timber. No. 5, . ellcw pine plw-v Clock logs. r?o. (, ye!l>wpin? m a'timb r. ;.o 9 white piae. No 10, ?sh ?? dcipie^j. No 11, b erk walnut aad cho.ry. No. 12, locust and ce ur. No 13, nh.te a^h o&r aad nickory bare. N<. t^, wbiw oakMatw and *iuading. No. 16, uzc No. 1?, eompoeitton and o- pter naila. No j8, Ur iron andtteeL No. 1?, iron sp:k??!? ind nsils. No. 20, bad pipe line, tin N-. 21, hardware No. 23^ paint-, No. 24. flax canvas. No. 25, cotton can vaa. No 88, flax and cotton twice. No 27. triads ft *S?V-;b#r-, No 2i8'to" No. SO, Iwushea., bnr tig. crygooda No.S2 pitch,r<v|n tar No M?i M*p' UlljJ *1?*' 3,? cfcandl-ry. No. d5, sta.iouery. No. S6, firewood. No. 37, oak am. 1 CHARHSTON, MA-aiCIlC3ETTJ. No. 1, white oak plank stock logc. No 3, white oak prolanca" us timber No. 4, while oak kael pieeej. No 6, yellow nine plank atfck lcgi No a. yel ow pina Utms. No. 7, yell- w pine mtist timl^r. So. a, whi:# pine. No 10, white oak boards au t ^VTrt' ,U' b "rk wa!n Jt ?n" ?ter ry. No lfl locust. No. 13, wLita a^h c^rs hickory Lars. No 16, black spruoa. No 16, Iianumvi je toll, oomposition and copper uuiij. J,'o 18, bar }rcn, re 1 No 1ft, iron s^ike <, nails Nt> a) lead p-Do einc, tia No. 21, hardwar-. No. J3, painta, m or ^ CircallVA"- No. 25, cotton canvas. No 26, ila* ana oottcn twine No. 27. sl&ss No 28, leather. No. Lose. No. SO, brushee! No! ??%?*L.rT'IS*$'- *?? 3- ^ich. rosin, tar. No 33 oil arap, tallow No. 34, ship chandlery hQ. 36, stationery. No. 36, flrewcod. Nc. ?/, oakum. x ' BROOKLYN, NEW YORK. No. 1, whit* oak piank stork lo?s. No. 2, white Mk plank x?o. 3, white oak prcm'scurus timber. No. 4, white cak keel p:eees. Ao 6, yellow pine pjank ttork lo^a. No. 7, yelloT pine mait timber No 9, white pine. No. 10, tab, oyrres--, white oak boa-dsnrd butts. No 11, bVk wal 'ut, .h-rry, rnanogany. No. 12, locust No 13. white ash oaj b ckory b>?rs. ...o, 14, *h to o?kstive' and heading No 15 black spruce. No 16. lignuravit?. No if, coniposidoo and copper nails. Ne. 18. bar iron. steel No. 19, iren sp and m ils. No. 20, laad, xinc, tis. No 21, hard#?re No 23, r?iuUj. oils. No. i4, fax cinvss. No. 25, ootton ra&vu. No Sep, flax acd cotton twine No. 27, tla s Na 2*, leather. No. 29, No. CO, Lru.h s No. 81, bunting, dry No. SI pl ch, rosin, tar. No 33, ?'H. fOap, to..ow. No 31, >-hip cban:lery. No. 85, stationery. Nc. 36, firewood. PHILADELPHIA, PK N8YLVANIA. No. lf voll6 oi {pi mil st: ck 1 'gs. No. 6. yellow pine pNnk stock lojrr. No. 9, whits pire. No 10 ash and white rak p'ark and b.*rds. No. 13, wbiU ? Sh oara and hickory bars No. If, b a* rpmce. No. li compositioa and copper nails No. )? bar iron aad r*ej. No. 19, iron srlkes and neils No 20 lead pipe, aino tin. No 21 hsrJwaM. No 23 paints, oil*. No. 24, 0*x eanvas f*o. J*, eotrcn canvas. No. 26, fl3x and o t on twine. No. 27 g'asa No 28. leather. No 29, hc??. No SO, bru'hes No. 81, buotiny, dry gooJa. No. 33, pi'ch, roein, t<%r. No 33 tallow, oil, s:ap. No ?4 chip cband'.cry, No. 35, stationery. No. 37, oakum. ' _ .. , WASHTNGTOr, l>. C. Class No 4 white oak k el piec-s. No. t, yell;.w pine plank stock log, n0 9. whi'e pine No. 10, a k. e;-pr?w. white oak b aid^ and bu t s No. 11, black wa-nur, cherry, mahogany. No. 17. ccmposi t on and copper nails No. 18, bar irt n, steet. No. 1?* 'W^'* ""t Ho- ,0ld P'P 'j *inc. tin No Jl.hardware No W, pi^iron. No 23,paints v ^ ^iazVMTM- No* U- OHtOB ??D* 2 5v *? ' ho<* w<v- 8?. t-ruAbas 5S nJj dry ??r*' N?. Pitch, ro-in, tar. No 33, oil, soap, tallow, is. No. 84, ship w ho- **> the wood No. 37| oakuffl. No, 38, tank and galljy, of wlwMihoa. No. 39, chain Iron. No. 40, lngqt ?tPW (JOSPORT, VIRGINIA. No. 1, wh't* oak plank itark legs. No. 2, wblts otk plank. No- 8, white oak promiwnoQ* timbsB. No. 4, *Ut? ?ak keel piemi No. 5, ysllsw ploe plank sWk timber. No 6. yellow pin* beams. No T. yellow pins msst tlmb?r. No. 9, whi'^ pi *? Nck 10, ash. cypresa, elm. No. 11, black walrnt, cherry, mahogany No. 12, loeost. No. 18, whit* art oars, hickory bars Nj. 15. black s prase No. 10, lignamvitte No. 18, bar iron aod st*.J No. 19, Iron Ktiket and nail* No. iS f, lead pipe, sno. tin. No. 21,hardware No. 22, pig Iron. No. 25. paints, oils, So. No 24 fl*x canv&j. No 2S,r-jtton canvti. No. 26, flax and cotton twine. No. 27, tfa*. No. 2S, l*-a'he'-. No 29, hcse. No 30. No 81, bantlnf, dry gx>ds. No.92, pitch, rot**, tar. No. 3-1, oiU tallow, ecap. No. 34, *h!p chanllery. No. 3i, Rtaliooerj. No. 36, ftrcwjol. No. 37, oakiuo. . PRNSAOOL4. FLORIDA. ClaM No. 1, whit* oak pli.nk rtcok leg* No. f, wh'te oak pUok. Nt?. 13, whlta a-h oars, bkktry ban. No. 17, composition anl oopprr nu:ls No. 13, bar iron, steel. No. 19, iron splkss and nails No. 511, hariwar*. No. 2;?, paint^olls. Ac\ No. 23, stationery. m*y 21?1aw4w m7willl\n7~ LADIFJ5' DBEsS AND TBFMMISG RIOES, Pa. aver.ue, between TtK and fiili MWILLIAN would reFpf?rtf>illy announce to ? the Ladies of Washington, that he has ;u-?t received from the Northern cities a coniplcw stock of GOODS, among which may be found? New style French Dress Trimmings Fine French Flower* and Ribands A lar$e lot of Bonnets, in silk, crape, and straw, of the latent patterns And an excellent assortment of handsonK) Embr?-l d tried if ail Kind4 Tresses made, in the latect Faris fashions at rea sonable ! rites. Pinking and Fluting, and Kid Gloves e'enned. Ladies ftantiilas, ready made, and made to order, luay 31?eolia FIRST PREMIUM PIANOS. JUST rt ceiv i:d, s< veral Pianos from the celebrated factory of Sleinway & Sons, New York; one in I Louis XIV style These P am?s are in errry re spect the best now made in the United Stales; "ihey received at the late Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair the first premium (a silver medal) fui each of their Pianos exhibited. Every person ad nireti the volume of tone, a* well as the workmanship of their Instru menu. These, in addition to my other stock ofj Pianos, ferine the best and largest collection south of Mason's and Dixon'o line. The p'ibl c are respectfully Invited to call and ex amine before they purchase elsewhere, they will find moderate, prices and reasonable terms PIANOS to rent always on hand, and 6ec<rr.d liand Piano-J taken in part payment for new onva,ai nty Piano Wareroom, No. 498 Rlever.'h st, nbeve Pa. avenue. FR. C. REICH EN BAC11. inay 14?eolm* MILITARY HALL. TIIF. r.ndersi^ned would respectfully inform h? j friends that he has 'aken the establishment tin- j m?ily known as the " Arlington H< u-e," which lie iatend^ opening on Saturday nex , May 19ih. aj a ' Restaurant of th" first order, and fcHs assured that hewillhave LIQUORS and CIGARS of thechoicest brands, OYSTEMS, GAME and FISH, in season.] and every other article in his line to suit all who should favor him with a call. F. A COOK, may 18?eolin* WE WOULD NOT GIVE A DOLLAR FOU ALL THE TINCTURE HAMPTON* EV ER. MADE.?Thus spoke a wise an t good man, j but mark tiie chance ! Let 'he sfflicted hear him, and then decide whether to sutler on or be made whole. Ye professional m:n, with ruined heal.h,] hear! Rev. James W. IlrKmctrr, the talented and inde l?endent editor of that highly popular and extensive 1 v read psiper, th?* Christian Banner, pub ished at Fredericksburg, Va., in his editorial ni the 18th o? j May, 1855. thus ^.praks of HAMPTON'S VEGE TABLE TINCTURE: "Some time ag > wo merely al'uded to Hamptcn'j Vegetable Tincture, with a promise of noticing more particularly the great relief we have ouirelf j derived from its use During our collegiate course, owing to sedentary habits, we became quiteriyspep tic, and were very much troubled with vertigo For | more than twelve years after leaving college, we were laboring unler these two afflictions In the j spring of 1830, our gener*! health became so delicate i that it was with great difficulty we coul 1 attend to tbe ordinary duties of our profession Evervlbtng we ate immediately turned acid, our digestive or gans became wholly deranged ; losing as it seemed to us, all their activity and vitality; wc were con-1 r-tan'ly depressed Ln spirit, nur encrry almoft tar sor.k us, and nothing hut necessity urged us on to j action. We had taken strong medicines, observed great particularity in our diet, nnd all to no purpooe. We had despaired o! ev-r recovering our health, when a feinal'! triund of ourr im^trtuned us to cet a l.oitie ot Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, assuring us *lm we would find treat relief from its use. We brit fiy | repii'-d, 4'tc? irouirl not give a Hollar for all tl.e Tinc ture ever mar'e, :o far as our own individ ual aealili was couce.rned." VV e hai no taith in it nor any other medicine in effecting a cure on us. In the kin.iness of her heart, however, wuboutcon sultin? us about it, she sent and got one bottle and ur^ed us to accept of it, and fur her saK^, as it could 1 not poBsinly injure us, t?? use it acrori1irl[ to diree tion For the hi ;h rc^a^d we had for her'and her act of kindness, wo promised to do to. And wiui out cxageration we can truly say that hetor?* we| ha<1 used the contents of one bottle we felt like a new man We u*ed, consecutively, from ten to fifteen hot- J ties. vVe were afraid to give it op, fearing our old I diseases might return. Since then, our diu^tive j organs have been uniformly correct, our head < Kar, and -o far as our labors, toils, liabilities, respnnsi hilnies, and worldly cares will allow, our spirits have been buoyant, and we cat what we pleaje, | and as much as we pleas?\ and when we please? and all is well For the sake of the afflicted we I make this statement, hoping that others mav find the same relief froui iti use that wo have. It should be hept in every l.imily. No famiiv should ever b< wi'hont II \ M P TO N'd VEGETABLE TING- I TURE." Lawyers, Dxi n, Jiar.kire, Ministers, in all thv Depa-tmeiits <d Statu, Ladies and (jentlem^n in the highest walks of iife, as well as th ise moving in the most humble spheres,-pe ak of the cuies ou them selves and friends by this wondertul article. Call aim get paiuptilets iwatls, aad see cares a. Cough, Bionchiim, Riicumatisi.., Neurun'ia, I?vs pepsia, Nervousness and General vl oakoe-:s. As a w*m lie medicine or for delicate ciiildien we buiiev it iineijuaile i. Sold by M< ?RT!MFR k MOWBRAY, 140 Baiti more street, Balunore; and 304 Broadw.ov. N. York Cuas. Sro'rr U t'o., J. B. Moors, D. B. Ci.abick ClaKkb Sl Bowukq, VV. Elliot,and H. MePnsa son, Washiacton; a!jo by R. S. F. Cisskl, George t> v.-n, and C. C. HiraKr, Alexandria, and by Dreg giMta evsr, w 1)0 :e. Rev. joi.\t lat/ahan, pastor op the EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH?A strong desire to benefit the atiheted iminces tuui thus to cer ify. We chal enge any other medlcmo ! to present such a mass of utsiiiaony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of euro of COUGH, BRON LhiTIS, RHEUMATISM. F>VSPEPSI A, lie. n.t.TiMo&i, January 24th, 1865. Meter'.. Mortimer fr Mcwfnay: I take pleasure in saving to you that I have used your "Hampton's Tincture" with very great 1 From a serious l iroat affection, my general health bad become very much impaired, when f com menced to use '* Uamplan's Tincture." I found I it* effects upon my generil health most salutary.? My nervous system and digt stive organs soon right ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it to my | friends, and in every case, as far as 1 have betu in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, John LimnA^, Of Kxel.iT at., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING oFtHE LUNfiSt Ralbiod, N. C., Feb 8, lc55. Iiemrt. Mortimer If Mowbray: I do here y certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs I and had four attacks of it I was advise i to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one I botUe, and after taking which, I was satisfied that j I was much better; and that, aft^ taking the fourth bottle, I was entirely well, and ni.' I enjoy as good hr alth as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend th^ Tincture to allpersoni ifiiicted in my way. Tours, Gso. W. WiiiLiTt CURE PITS?RHAp! Marc io the Sick tKcm Oold.?Prom ens ot the uioet ftspectable Druggists in South Carolina. Cbabustom, S. C. Sept. 31,1E53. , Messrs. Mop.tivir & Mowbray:?The sale ef your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommends this valua 4e medicine to the afflicted. Several of our planters have tried it in different cases with aston ishing MiccE", aud are getting it by half dozens. It bas been fount! to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has been performed ou a negro bov, suffering from Pita. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if voj wish them I am, genBecen yoare, W. O. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratlf, and see cures of Cough, Bronchitia, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, I?ys pepsia, Nervousness and General Weakness As a female medicine or for delicate children we believe fc unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 140 BaM more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Cbas. Stott k. uo., J. B. Moorb, D. n. Clarr, Clarrb & Rowuns, W. Elliot, and H. McPurr ?or, Washington ; also, by R. 8. F. Ci-sbl, George town; and C. C. Ubrrt, Alexandrto, and by Drug gista everywhere. teb 81?cr French visiting cards, extra thin, of the finest finuh, just imported from Paris di WM, by FRANCK TAYLOJL B*/ *v CELEBRATED (German Bitters, 'ilD ?T OB. C. X. JACKSOH, PhiladV, Fa., ?WILL tfflCTPitlT CTU LITER COHPUBT, DTSPKPS11, J1ETOW, Chromic or Xoroomt IkbilUf, Difmn of +4 Rdmoye, and all rfteaaeee oruwf from a *? mrdorod Lioor or Sumach. Such as Compilation, Inward Mee, Blood to tbe Head, Aridity of aee. Heartburn, Dii-fru* for food, weight in the Stomach, 8o?r Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, 8wuu filing of the Head, Hurr ed and difficult Breathrng, riu:tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Imnnees ot Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Pull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eye*, Pain in the Side, Back, Cnest, Linilw, fcr., Sudden Flusbee of Heat Burning in t be Fleah, Constant Imagin ings of Evil, ana great depression of SpiriU. I^HE proprietor, in calling tne attention of the public to Uue preparation, do*** so with a ferl s e or the utmost confluence in i?a vu:u? t and Ul.oii totiie diseju?es ftir whkh It is recommended. it i? no new and untried article, but one that st;>ad the test of a ten years' trial beiore the .\racn cm people. and its rep'utation and sale ia unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor civen by the m<w prominent and we!l tr.own Physicians and individual*, in all par^ of the Is immense. Ttie following from North Cai ii a m respectfully sub 1 itt *1, referring anv who rosy siHI doubt, to uiy "Memorabilia^"or Prac tical Broeipt Book for Farmers and Famines, to be li?d gratis, of al the Agents tor tlie German Bitters. Pnncipal Office and Mai-ufaotory, ISO Arch at, Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hiily Kit* mand Cotriiy, N. C. Pins Hill, March 4th, 1854. Da. C. M. JaTJXsoh, l'lulad. Iphit?Dear Sir: I have been aenbject of Dyspcptia, in its worst f irm, lor the last five years. S>ich was my condition for twelve months that the phvsicians and all who saw me said I must die. While in this condition. I was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and Noith Carolina, liut wa? not benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my wuv home, I stopped a week at Rutherfor Iton, a smil I village In North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that p'nea. About the last of the week, I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myself. There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of tliem seemed to take some interest in my case, and, after asking me some questions, ?aid he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the u-eof"Dr. Hooflind's German Bit ters," prepared by yra, and he insisted that I would try the Bittsra He also called the next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would 117 them that ( asked him 10 get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I wad more benefitted by it than all the wat?.r and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching; home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and 1 cave htm nearly ail the Bitters 1 bad left, which cflected much good in bis case. He has often calledrfm me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, eaying h? was more benefitted by it than any oiner he had takon, but f have not been able to get my more for him or myself si-Cw, v.'.". . there .ore, please ship me a d< ten or more as soon as pos sible. Respectfully yours, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C.f 0 -tob-ir 24.1853, says:?" Having experienced very (treat benefit from the use of " Hocfiand's German Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of th? Liver, and its concomitant evils, 1 am desirous of obtaining a -mantity of it for the benefit of mv community. You will, therefore, please send a lot. fcc. fcc. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hckts tills, Yadkin Co , N. C .Nov. 1st, 1853. III. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex pre-w to you my sincere thanks for your discovery 01" a medicine which, to say the least of it, ha* ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have .aSen. have entirely failed to do. "Hoofiai;d's Ger man Bitters" have eured me of tha most stubborn and .Aggravated case of the files thai, perhaps, ever fell t? the lot of men. My case is not a *trangtr in tnis community, as f am well known in thi? and the -airrour.din;; counties, and can truly &av that my re covery his astounded all my friends and relations, as 1 hat! tried everything reoomiisended, and nothing dil me any good until 1 was prevailed upon to try the Bitten. You aie at liberty to r-ake any use ol this communication, for ihe 1* nefii of the afflicted, ycu may think proper. Truly vours. \VM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are eniirefy refrtaAlf, tl:ey invigorate and Btreaslhen the system, never prorate it, and can b<* ured for infants as wr|| as ailults. F<ir s He by respectable dealers t verj'where, and by Z. D. G1LMAN, Wa-hington; J. L. klDWELL, Georgetown; and J. S. PLGRPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?lv OARTKR'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Ths Qrtit Parlflsr of tha Blood S Sot a Particle of Vercnxy In It in LtiaUIBLI Rckxdt ict ?:rcfola. Ki'-^'s Evil, Rlteamatisai, Ooftintte CuUneou? Kruptkna, Pinnas or Postulas on to? faos, Biotohee, Boll". Clirciic Sore Kyse, King 'Xcrta or Ts'ter, facaid Fle^l, ?i--largeTie?i'. and Pikln of iha Bones and Joint), Sicbborn Ulr?rs, Syphilitic Larders, LnaiLa?r> Fplna' Omrlaxta, ard ali the dba&d?? n^aiig rrosc an lnjadif?ou? cae cf Her*urj, In* prn* *nee in ' -Ifa, or Impurity of the Blood. J-.ail valuable i*"dicia?, v? h;oh h?" beoome oelei biu?d for th? unmber of .xCrarrdiB&ry cnroc. ?7?ctei through its agency, ha? Imlcoed tha propn rtc*d. at tlie urg nt reqoact of their friends, to effsr tt to tho p-jbl'.r, which th?y do -rith th? utmost oca C-l-?a?? In its virni-s ard wcuderfn! curative prop ?Tilr? Th4 fell owing esrtl?:at?s, salected tTc? ? Isrge nuater, are, however, etronger taetlaony ll.un Uj? mere word cf (he proprielora; and are ail tro-n gentlemen weM known in tbeir looalitias, and af the" ld^hthi re.-pe? iVdlty, niany of ih'iu raeWiiog v-j the ^it7 of fUr'umord, Yt. 1. rU)YDKN. Ksq,. cf tlia Src'tange Hote!, Rich Known evarywhwe eay?he ha? seen M?l? kiie trJt'1 Canrca's SPiajsi! Mrxrtas. adm:ci?o?rsu lu ovri a ndred oases, in naorlv all the ^.fcaooai (or w-. -L it is ra^ocicionded, vlth the most &fto& W*ia?v rffodresvUa He ctja it la thauoatax truru-nary medl'-Sna he ban -var ^san. A'lUK AND FiV*a?SRMAT OUitB.?I l.areby aartilV that for thru? yaan I had Ague acd favar h vl.r aost violent (Vaaorl 'icn. I kad arrsral Pii? ek^aoj, Uok Urge quantities cf Quinine, Marco ry, ti>i i L?i.av? alt tha Tocdoe advartlMd, but ail wiui tut p^rsa<uient r>!i?f. At last X triad Catrte/b Cpaul^h Mirtuti, two bottlae of TThlah aflactcally eared bis, and I am h?p?y to eay I have had naitbeT uiiile or tavara rinoa. I oorr.ldsr it tho baat Tcnk In thid world, anJ Urn okJj meiislna that avar :(*died a*? ^*3. rf'JHN L0NttDK5. baars'i Dmni, n^ar kkhaxnd. Va. 0. B. Lb Gil, E&4-, no* in iLa city of Llchucml ?cd for many yaar? in tLe Pc?L Ciiae, had eueh to~fidenoa in the astoiiehin^ afflcacy cf Garter's Br-cish Mlxturt. that ha has nought upwards of 68 bu.Ju, which ha has g:v?,n away to tha alu-ated.? Ur. Lock savs ha has never known It to fail whan taken ; cooruing to directions. Di\ MIKGK, a praatlsiw PhyalcSan, anJ ?&rmanly cf the CSty Hotel, In the .niy of Lkhoond, aays he ha? v. itnswsad in a uanVr cf lapt&neas th? eflnoL' ol Clar'er's PpanUh ftBxtcre, which were moat truly rorprising. lie eays ia a ow cf Ooneuiaptlon, da pendant on the Liver, Ike. good cflHta were won derful Indeed. " SAMUKL M. D&ZKKMO, of the Ann of Drinker A Morris.. Itlchracnd, was cured cured of Liver Com plaint of three y ears e tan ling, by the use of t%n bottles of Garter's Epani h Mixture. GRKATOURB Of 8C3I0FULA ?The Editors of the Richmond Republican h*d a eerrant employed in their press room, cured of violrnt Scrofula, erm binad with Rheumatism which entirely oiaabled him from work. T<ro bot ties of Cartar s PpanuL Mixture mad* a pcrleet cure cf him, and lha Edi tor-< in a public notice, say t|i?y "theerft: y reoom mend it to all who are aflietad with any cd*ear<j oi tha blood." PTILL ANCTliSR CUR* OjF SCHOJULA.?I Iiad a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Gartir's Spanish Mixture. I consider Jt truly a valuable medicine. JAMBS M. TAYI/>R, Oondaator on ihe 0. F. and P. R. R. Co.. Richmontl. Va SALT REUEUM Of TWENTY YEARS STANDI K 3 CU'.KD Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, rexhMBg in the cityol Richmond, wee cured by three bottiae of Gski^ir*e Spaxiieh Mixture, of Salt Rheum, whle'j I e h&d fcr naar'y years, and which all the phyaiciict ?f the elty ??rtild not cure. Mr. Thompson is a i.-el) kaov? MMhast in the sity af RJshmondf and hi h mrsl stcarkabla. WM. 4. liATTBKWB, cf Richmond had a servant ?* Brphilia, in the worst fortn, by Carter's f'panbh Mixture. He eayg b? cheerfully recom mends it, and oonsidera it a very invaluable meli cine. BDWTN BURTON, oommUdoner of the revenue, ?ays be has seen the good effect of Carter's rpeaisi Mixture in a number of dyphiiiite o-aaa, apd nye it In ?? perfect eure fc-r that hornbia disease. WM. Q. 11 Ali WOOD, af Rk-timond, cure*! of old Bcr*a anl Ulcers, wh'ch disabled him ft em if viking. Took a few bottles of Career's Spanish Mixture, and wm eaebled to walk without a crutch, in \m. short time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSI A (Jt., Ka ii Maiden Lan^ New York. * T. W DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North SeoonA su Philadelphia ^ bBN'^BTT A CjbTT A BUBS, No. 12* n?'n street, Rich And fcr sale by OH AH LIS 8T0TT, Waahlneton, 5. 0; HBNRY PABL, Alexandria, and by Dm? *t# r?eeywbera. Friea $1 per bottle, oc Mx bottles fcr i& ?hp *1?It ** travelers1 pntuxrroftT. BY BAIfiMOAB D TO lima Uiwm Waahiaftoa ui Whoalla* but 17* htari! ? Rummn* tinu h*tw*n Washing** mmd Cmeinnsti ST kours f! Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to be had in Washington !!! THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD Having greatly improved iu Western connec tions now offer* tit* fullest inducements to traveler* between Washington, Baltimore, ud alt IXKtiotu of the W?H, the North we* and tin So** The connection between the train* from Wash ington and the train* bound wot froc B.Jiimo,? is always promptly made at the Wsshington Jar^f'oa (lately ctiiied the Belay ilou-e) 9 aule* funn Balti more. Tbi* i? the only rhanse of car* required fce twrec Wa.?liliif ion and the Ohio rtrrr. Itiggage to checked throu*n to Wheeling at the Washington station, and rechfcked and translerred there, (with ice paseengen?) w.tlir.ut charge, for those h<><i...g through ticket* for point* beyond. The con*< cung train* Uave WnshinfUm daily at 6 a. in. and 4X p. m. On Sunday* at the latte; ?ioor only. At Wheeling direct eonne&icn I* maita with tha train* nf the CENTRAL OHIO RA i LEO AD, nin ninc from ReJIaire on the Ohio, oear W h?ellrf, Uimurh Onabniirr, Zane*ville a:. I Newark, to COLUMBUS. Tbe*e train* connect at Newark with it) car* of the Newarl , Man*A?ld and Hand oa ky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, ChieafO St. Loot*, etc. At Coluinba* the C. O. Rit'road train* connect with the fan train* of ihe T/itUe Muimi Kmihtmd to Xenia, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, . tc. At A'eaU (on Little Miami Railroad) connection w r<irm?d with the trains through Dayton, to INDIAN APOLIS, Terre Ilaute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louie, etc. tdf Passenger* holding tnr->ngh tlrk?*T^ for Ifr-v pkit Fiekthtrg, Hatchet, Nev Or leum etc., which are aioo sold at Washington are transferred at i^ta cinnati to the Mail Steamers on the Ohi'J. I tckrta tor Bvansville, Cairo, and St. Lous are sold toy this route. 4V-T0R CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Whesllaf and Wetlsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad to made. Traveller* are re que* ed to notice that while this is the only route aflordmg through ticket* and checks in Washington, it is alto the snortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points in 'he great Wert. The distance fr-m Washing-no to Cin cinnati is bnt 663 miles, being about 100 miles short er than by any other route I FARE BY THROUGH TICKET FROM WASH INGTON: To Wheeling, f? SO; Ooiumbus fl.1 &5< Dayton, #15 50; Cincinnati. $16 ; Louis*.Iby railroad $1665, by steamer from i incinnab. $ 10; In dianapolis, $17 50; Olevelan.1, #12 15; Toledo. #15 80; D troit. #15 90: Chicago. #90 65 and #19 SO; Bu Louis, #28 SO and #*^S, Memphis, #06; New Or leans, #31, etc. 49* r'OR FREDERICK and HARPER'S PERKY MAKTINSBUR'J. KERKELEV SPRINGS, CUM BERLAND, BCD^ORDSPRINCS, Piedmont,Oak land, and Fairmount, passengers may lea re Wash ington at 6 a m or A% p. m. Por the n*inor way stations between i a!umore and Wheeling, take ? a m train from Washington For train* to and from Baltimore, AnnapoU^ etc., sre special advertisem*-nte. A^For farther information, thrugh tickets, kc? apply to THOS. H. PARS >NS; \m nt, at Washing ton Station. JOHN bTdoIIB, M.ister of Transpsititeoa Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Baltimore, may 3?if WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS. ON and after Monday, the 33d instant, the irahM will Leave Washington at 6 and a. m., sad 3 and <X P?n On Sunday at d1^ p m Leave Baltimore at 4# and 9g a m, and 3 and 5* p m On Sunday a: 4J( am. ap23-tf T. H. PARSONS, Agent. Mott Bedell's Line. NEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA. WASniSGTOa CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUXWA \ PACKETS. This line of packets sah.s weeklt IVom pier 14 East River, N< w York, and oflenet if necessary, and are composed of the following bit class vessels: hew schr. A. V. Bedell, Beoeil. irarter. New schr. Mott Bedell, A. V. Tredwell. Schr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, tnacier. Schr. f'olont. L. A. Smith, ncister. Schr. Commander in- Ckief. Wogi^m, master. Schr. Grse*\ray, Wilson, main*f. These \easels are all fast sailers, and the masters men of experience in the t?ad<-, and the only regn lv line of Washington City packets. MOTT BE 'ELL, Wall stmat. W. Y. 8. 8. MA8TERS k SONS, Alexandria, Va THOMAS RILEY, ft b 1?6m W ulusgtnn and D. C. O&AireZ AUD ALXXAFD&IA EAILE0. ? e On and after Tueuioy S**v. 7, 1R54, rrEJE Carr lsars Alsxandri^ daTy for Gortons 1 vllto and Interm^dists ?tarton? at 7 ^ o'ol ?k, a. aL? op th? axriral ot tLe Vt*: from Tashingtrw, gtvtag aapis dms tor br?>.'Jwt on bo?tl i>? meeting at llanasnae Junction witn a tr*ia tor bvisfr borg, at War'sctcn J i c^on vrlti; a train fm. W+f r?-nt?iD. tad at Gordcaerllie with ths Laii?s on th* Virginia Central Railroad frrliic!?2Bond*CAa(^tta? vilK ard fetannton. Ths ears i?av* Gordoa^rT... >^a0? I r A'eraadrla and intsnD^ilata Uailoiu. at Ka^ors li, a. m?, on ths arrival of Ihe trains ?? the vir^iiua QenfU ndV road from Ri^hoosO. Charlotwsvilla. and 8>aanion. TMItC-OGH TICaVTB Psoaa AiexnnlzU to Wsatsahm 0 00 ? ** C.r.rArr,L -i\la f 10 m ? ChatloUe.viUa 4 96 *? u Stauh'j 4 90 * ?= P.iFMhtir^ T?? , f |0 ** u Lyaahbarg 6 T? ? ? VTincisstsr S M " *-* Lurar ?... 6 96 ? a N sw Uarket. b 00 " " Mlddlabarc 9 94 For Ly^tlbsig, u nnectlnz wtth ths at Charlottesville, on Mondays,^ Wednesday*, and ViV days For Lnxay a&d ilsw Liarkst, nrnnonttag with tha a a^es at Onipaper, on Toaaoaya.lhnaadaya, and lab anay. For WlnohisUr daily, conna^iac viLi Uks sta^M at Pitdcoct For Mtddlsburg daily, eonnacting ?iih tha UMM at tha Plains. Fur ordsc: W. B. BBOGKW, Agant. nav T?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNQH. _ _ ^T?to, On TUESDAYS anil FKIDATBL round trip $1; from Alaot andria 76 osnt* ?Ths TCCMA6 OOLLYBB toavw Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 9U ?'?task. Ceachss laavs ths Capitol for tha boat at IJK o'A. Coach Cue ^0 cants. Pareo&j wishing ths Qca^hea *111 leave (Mr fMfc denes with Qeo. A Thus. Parker. Refreshments on the boat. act 96?dtf 6AM*L QKDNVT. Ocpt 1H1C HEW YORK dk. LIVKBPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS! ?nt Hill F8 OOMT BISINO fHll LZ?1 AW TUB AIL ANTIC, Oapt Wast PACIFIC. Oapt. Nra. BALTIC. Capt. Oemstook, ADRIATIC, Cape OraTton These ehips have been built by oontraet, sxpraas ly for Oovrrnment ?errloe; every oar* has bee* taken in their eoastraelcn. as in the Bngtnea la In cars stren/th sad epred, and their annrr,ima6a tions tor pMsengvrs are qnaqniJlad tor etepaass and oocniMt. Prtos of passage from New York to Idfwyoel, la first cabin... .....................??*??... ^.*?....^l^a Seooad Cabin ?? v Bzclaslve ose of extra ?tae ataks rnsm* 804 grom Liverpool to New York ?90 and ?90. An experience! rnrgaon attached to eaok shift No berth oan ue Mcared an til paid lor. For freight ?r p??aga apply to UWA&D K. OOLUNS A 00, 46 Wall atraet. New York. BROWN, 8HIFLBY A 00., UverpoeL B. 6. BOSBBTB M O0-, 16 King*? Vrm* Yard, Lscdea. JOHN MLNRCB A 00, 16 Bue Notre Lam* das Yl touea. PaiU. The owner* of^r? 25t tSil-S as?& esr^raa ther?tor, and (h* vnlae thr** CMreia mv16?dlv T i BAinmre house of pai&o Opmoule UmUd States BONDS, Stocks and other and aold. I ni or est at the rate of six p?* cent bar aaaum al. lowed Qtt dywhi when left far H of *

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