Newspaper of Evening Star, June 13, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 13, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. THS ROSE Tb? fallowing poem by Eimur.d Waller, om of the ofd Esgilik potts, lWi-1667, has a aentimeat u Alo u the how or iuelf is sweet: Go. lovely rose! Tell b? r that wastef her time and m 7, That now she knows, When I rewmble her to thee, How sweet and fair she ?eenn to he. Tell her that's young, And nh^i to haw her iticm spied, Taat hui?t ui-u 4;trutg 1p deterts where no men abide. Thou must havn uneommendeil died. Small is the worth Of beauty from the light retired ; Hid her come forth, Suffer herself to be desired, And not Mash so to be admired. Then die, that she The common fate ot all thing* rare May real in thee; How -malt a part of time they share That an? bo wondrous, sweet and fair. Yet. thoopb th^y fade, From thy dead leaves let tfojpunce ride; Anil teach the maid That goodness Time's rude hard dc6es ; That virtue l.ves when beauty dies. A Romanck in Real Life. ?A wedding took place in Bristol, Eng., a few weeks since, under somewhat romantic circum stances, realizing the old adage that 44 truth is strange?stranger than fic tion." It appears that a sister of Mrs. N., who resides at Montpelier, some two or three years sincc married a merchant, and emigrated to California soon after wards. with the view of bettering their fortunes, taking with her the likeness of an unuiamed sister. The picture hap pened to be hung in a very conspicuous part of the hou.se in California, and nt tractul the attention of a rich resident of thAt State, who happened to pay a visit to the house. He was enraptured with the image of the fair unknown, and exclaimed? 14 By Jove. Ill marry that girl, if she is to be found in the world." lie was told where she resided, and he posted to her a note, enclosing a present - of ?40 and a few days since a knock was heard at the door, and on the young lady going to open it, a good looking, brouze-featured gentleman rushed into the house and gave a chaste salute, ex claiming that he had come from the other end of the world to Und her, at the same time pulling out the likeness which first led him to seek his attraction. Of course they were married, and are to " live long and die happy," as usual. The Gaieties cf the Insane. The last grand ??hop" of the season, by the inmates of the Insace l'.streat in this city, was given last evoiiing, Jose 1. Tiseae social par ties are uaaaiiy confined to the iletreat fami ly. and ?re not intended (or the pleasure of the public. Ihis being the last one of the winter series. how?v?r. Lis Lzcelleacy Gover nor Minor and iady. and ccvsral ethers, were invited to be protest One hundred and eighty-four inm ?tc3 were assembled in the hail. Itey were of ail ages and oondi*one !n life, from the gray hairs of sixty ard stvanty winters to the blooming youth oi fourteen summers An hour previous several of them wore raving maniacs, te*risg tnesr clothes, or attempting to do so, aiid re quiring the olosest attention. Now brought into the hall under the influence cf music, and impressed with the idea that they were auiu^g asocial party, bearing a par:of there sponsibility of its general go..d condust, thtir depar'.niont tras uneictptLaab!e Of coarso, all of tham did not join in the dance, bat full sets were termed of tnoie who were so disposed, and they indulged in cotillons and country dances Followfrg each figure, the party wore favor ed by sinking, and music on the piano. Sev eral of th? patient4 have excellent voices. and one of them eipeoiaily, an old lad/ cf ^pan ish deseent, thorrughiy educated in Parii, moved th? keys *1th a delicacy of touch that e^aallsd the taost popular pertormors. Finally, reire-stmsnta were served; and then the "Elephant Jupiter" wn marched through the hall, to the great amusement of spectators. It was :m admirable personation, and a pricuet.1 eye could not readiJy distin guish it from a "xoal live" monster of trunk und tushes Jupiter bowed t? the Governor and his lady, r u-ed his trunk gracefully in salutation to the audience, and '*epoke to 'cm" in that hoarse vciee. rarely hcaid save in the jangle of the Last. At lb o'clock a grand march to mc&io ocn ciuded the festivities of the evening, and the large family retired in order, to lhe:r respoo tive apartments ?Exchange. Pssalty or KlSSISd without Lbavb.?In the Queen's County Sesrioni, held a' liomp stead. L I , the trial of William W Va!k, M C , for assault and battery epen the per ron of a Mrs Peufold, has b?en going on for several day3 during the past week, and eon elude l on Tuesday by a verdict ol" guilty. The counsel for detence have appealed. Tfce affair has beea somewhat inagnilied, beoauEe of the prominent position of the defendant, and of the political hostility of the plaintiff"s hu: band xhe offence consisted in the honorable member kissing Mrs P , and it does not ap> Star that anything more was attempted, owever. it will be a wholesome lesson to L. . thario's generally, intimating to them tho pro? priety of eochning their affeotionata demon strations upon flowers whose petals they have a light to bip, without invading the piivaoy of another'?. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMEE8. Mam*. Li 21 e For D-iy?. Atlsntie Liverpool....New York..June 9 HI lv>u> ?.Havre......... New Yoik.. June 6 H-ivre New York..June 9 A?ia L'verpool..Boetoa ... June 9 V\ u l.Ki^toa. isew York.. Bremen June >6 Eerier-. >u New York... Havre June 16 Hernrui' rt iU'atnptori.N'evr York. .June iW Atrica iluMfB .1.1 verpoui...June 'JO li.inoie New York...Aepiawall..June -*0 ^tar ol ihe South..New Vork... Liverpool..June UO ? inker City N.w \ ork..Havre June Jte Luicu NuW Yoik..liaVi?< June 30 TI.e iJalsturida ateameiii leave Ntvr York on He 5th and L"}th of each n.<>nth. AL3 AT PhLNOiPAL HOTELS. Brow. ??.' EotJl-^r r. & a. saows. ? Loek-iU Ga Z B Keall, M J J <; Klocker, Nt; Di C I. Hh?hy, do J Mc(?inaia , Va R P Mimck, do \V Kf-at. <? J P George, NH i' A Birtktt, do m llirah, fa j A Hunt, N Y t' '1'uvior, lady an J niikl, 1% Terraa, do ?lo J O'Br en, fa Mih nowt!l,do H U irton, O V NewKoid. do 3 J C- Iffl^n '1' Hf 'V.n, do H Jo- l., USN Mi-.- M.i.Id, NJ J H T>?ui. Ky Mr* sliurje**, 2 children J I> At b- iii. Va & burc, do L. Fowdi, u t Valtf it ftfates Uot?l->a. c. tirnir. V Whitcey. Nil B P I.aw 3t lady, J Biley, N V J I{ Purdy. Va P Wii!??n, Va J m l.anfdan llri Shaw, do f |> Williii. J F Johnson, Pa K J Moffm, do J Hirkcock, N J W K OMucni, N J W F Faicell.do F B Baiion & lady, Va 1* JitckMMi, NY Mim li Boygrf d'> G 8 ranpioa, MJ J Odotouab, NY M S F* ;ih. Pa J Sialer, do P P Caa.pV II, Prl W Kirsh, do W Hearty, U >m Ulikwood <ioa???j. n. ki. mnrooi 1'. Itobiiv-on, Vi* Mr Tay'or, Md *2 J Phaw X torn, NO Mr* 1 wytor. d-? <' V Fi-iitr, uo W 1. haaJ Ij?o, ill J H llaaktli, Pa W Perm, do WMl#r''s' (lettl-B. a. k s. c. r.uiu, 8 L f-i-x, u AH Pratt, NY C II Hoyi, KY It Funatt, Cal Mrn 'A f. '.Y- oito."1, Va J K- mhelmeu# Pa JGvl-, M.l C Ta> or. Va >Lord,0 ' FIRST PREMIUM PIANOS. TU8T recetv* J, several Pianos from the celebrated ?J factory of Ste inwny fc Sons, New Vork, one in Lonia XIV style Theee Piano* are in every re flect the hent now made in th* United States; they received at the late Metropolitan Mechanic*' Fair the first premium (a silver medal) tor each of their Pianos exhibited. Frery person admired the volume of tone, as well as the woramanship of their instni mi ntn. Thr*e, in addition to my other stock of | Pianos, forms tin* host and largest collection nouth of Mawn'a snd Dixon's line. The public are respectfully invited to eall snd ex amine before th?y purchase elsewhere, they will And moderate prices and reas?onable terms. PIANOS to rent always on hand, and second nand Piano* taken in part payment for new ones, at my Piano Wan room, No. #98 Eleventh st, above Pa. av? nue. FR. C. BE1CHENBACH. may 14?eolni* A CARD.?LOOK HERE ! ALL ye lovers of the good things of this life, and we will tell you where you may obtain at least some of them. Thankful for pa-?t favors, I would respectf ully ask a continuance of the same dur ng this Spring and Summer. 1 am prepared to furnish all who will give me a call with the sweet and cool iog Beverages in my line at short notice. Such Ice Creams, Water Ices, of all flavors, Scharlotte Reuse, Blancmange, fce. Cakes of all kinds. Also, foreign ar.l domestic Fruits and < onfectioiiery, gen erally kept in well regulated establishments of the kind. Particular attention will be paid to furnishing Wedding or Bride's Cakes. Also, Parties, Balls, Excursions, Pic Nics, fcc., he., and upon reason able urms. Call at the old stand, Massachusetts avenue, be tween 9th and 10th streets. Northern Liberties. N. B.?Best quality ICtf CREAM sold at $1 50 per gallon. may 7?eo3m JOHN' W. RIGHTSTINE. LAW PARTNERSHIP. Robert j. walker and louis janjn have formed a co partnership under the firm of "Walker & Jauin," for th? management and ar gHment of cises m the Supreme Court of the United States, and before the Court of Cliiivs at Washing ton City. Address Washington, D. C. may 10?eo3m M. WILLI AN, LADIES' DRE5S ?J?D TE1MMINQ 8I0BE, Pa. arcmic, between 7th arid 8th strata. MWILLIAN would respectfully announce to ? the Ladies of Washington, that he has just received from the Northern cities a complete stock of GOODS, among which may be found? New f-tyle French Dress Trimmings Fine French Flowers and Ribands A large lot of Rennets, in silk, crape, aud straw, of the latest patterns And an excellent assortment of handsome Emlroi deries ef all kinds. Dresses made ia the latest Paris fashions at rea sonable ratfs. Pinking and Fiutlng and Ki4 Gloves cleaned. Ladies Mantillas,leady made, and made to order, may 31?eolm CARRIAGES?CARRIAGES. I HAVE now on hand, and constantly finbhins. a very large assortment of Pleasure and( Family CARRIAGES, of the litest fash L ion?, which I will sell as l \v as the .?une quality of work can be sold ia any of the principal markets of I the Umttd Si;>; . I The subscriber is now dealing exclusively in Car riages ot his own manufacture, and all work <old by him will be warranted, and compare favorably with any work in this market. A a I always keep a large assort meut. 1 invite purchasers and others to ex- j amiae my stock befbiv pfirciia-.ru elsewhere. Carriages built to order Old Carriages taken in exchange, or repaired at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, Sign of the Golden llorse, No. 409 Pa. avenue and street. . may 1?eo3m DO YOU WANT FIRST KATE ICE CREAM? GO at o?ce to ARNY, Rridj't* street, Georgetown, h-j viai awarde.j a MEDAL bv the Metropoli tan Mechanic?' Institute, for ICE CREAMS, WA TCR ICES, and CAKES. u*y eott NOTICE. 1UIE Undersigned can accommodate parlies with COACHES for plear-ire ?rip??. Also, to make trip1 to boats arriv :ij;, after night from the White Ilause.1 For term* apply to Mr. JOHN HOLBROOK, at the Siaje Stand at the Capuol,or orders left at G. & T. Parker 3l Co.'a ttore. WM. W11ALLY. may lb?1m* TEE MUTUAL FIE.7I IKSUKANCX CU31PA HY OF THtl I ISTF.1CT OF COLTJHBIA, (CHARTERED l#y <>r.srre**. offers to th<? property j owners ol th > District snfer and cheaper u;- aim of insurance ihar. any other t'ompanv. ULYSSES WARD, President. ('HAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATIIEW G. CMERY,Ti"cainirer. HAMAOCas. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick Thoma* Btagden P. W. Browning F. Howard, ~ Matiiew G. Emery. ? ? ? ?s ij * ? J. C. McKtlden, itficerCol Olhcefbolumbia Place, comer Louisiana avenue ami 7ui stre,et. Office hours from 3 to 6 o'clock p.m. feb 28?eotf IIATR WORK. ORN AMENTS of Hair, such as Bracelets, Otat elains, Cnains, Breastpins, Earrings, Fingei U:ii?s, male to order, of any desired design. All orders iVuthfuliy attended to. Specunen* mny be seen at my store. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. nv., between 9th and 10th ste. Mar 30 [No. 637.J Notice of' th* Kcmovol of ike 1,'ind Office fiom Clinton to Wuriovr, in the Stutb of Missouri. "TTNDiSK aithnrltr of lha act of Confess entitled ' Aii art aatborix n.' eha??H In the l<e**tion c! Land CtBofJ,'' upcr Ted M'.rch 3. 1S.'?3, It's hereby d>-eiared anil madn knov. n that the land < tti?* f r thes^leif the pub'.'e Uods at Cu;?T05, M^sonri, will t.e remevo>* to VVaw w, I>enton cjunty, in the Sidd Sl^a, cn theJirtt iiy of July next Given und?r my hand, at !h* city cf Wa*hio?ton, thi? fiftA?nth day ef Ma?, Acno Donini od? thous and eitrht hund ed tnJ fl ty-flve. By ordar of the President: JOHN WILSON, Ccomu&>k>n*r of Oeaaral Land OiBoe. may 17?lawflw WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Orrici WAsniNOTOM Ag-KiiccT, 1 Washington, March 7, 18S5. J PROPOSALS are invited for graduation, rtonc and bnck masonry, dams, tunnels, and other works of the W:uhit.KU>ii Aqueduct. Pro(tosals received up to the CStli of May will be opened at noou of uiat d?ty. Maps, profiles, and ^pecificatioas of the work will bw ready f?r examination on and niter the LCtli day ot Apnl next. Proposals will Lc rtoeived for u.c work of particu lar culvsrt^, I rid^fie, Stc., as described m die plans and specifications. Portion* only cf ?omc cf thu works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the contract* lor unfinished work will bo subject to fu ture appropriations by Con^re^s. '1'ue Engineer re serves the right to prescribe the amount of work to be done and r*te of progress under such contract for each appropriation, und, in easa of the appro priation not liolauig out sufficiently, to decide when and what works sfiail be slopped untilfunda boccuie available. In ca*c of tho entire stoppage of any particular work for want of funds, tiit reserved ten per cent, will be puid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, the work lias bten propedy cxecaud no iai it has gone. Payment wdl be made in specie checks upon the United States Treasury, upon ib* monthly o^timatas of the Enfoieer, resenrng lo per cent.; nr.d it will he a condition of all coniracuthat tiu workoion shall be paid taeir full wages monthly and in spocie. All bids sheuld be *eah*?l and endorsed " Propo sals for work oti the Washington Aqueduct." The United State* reserves ii?e right to reject any or all the bids should they not lie de< med advan tageous, and k> make such arrangements as n.&y bu ?on-idered mo?t conducive U> the proves* of the work. Every offer mati be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by ?ne or more responsible per M?ms, to the effect that he or liiey undertake that the bidder or bidders tvlll, if lii^ or tiieir biii be accepted, enter ir-o an obligation, within ten tlays, with good and sutbeu nt hUieties, lot tii? completk>n ofthe w.;rk undertaken; said ^uarfntee to be accompanied by the certificate of iho United States oistrict jUuL'e, United riiates district attorney, uuvy a^ciit, or ii<ime officer of the General Government or individual known to tno Enginettr or iX'iw.rtiB' ni of War, tuat Uie guarai.toirs are able in make good Lh< ir guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidden if any of them choose to be present. Form of QuoravAtc. To Capt. 31. C Meigs, U. S. F.n iceers: We, the undersigned, residents ol ?, in the State of , hereby, juicily and ?tf*emlly? cove nant with the United States and ptannty, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, Uiat he or they will, within ten da a alter the acceptance of said bid, ?xccute a contract for the same, with good and suffleient suredes, to perlbrm the work or furnuh the article* proposed, :n ccntoriaity to the terms of Uie advertisement under widch it was uiadi; nnd, in ca*e Ui ? saul ' should fail to enter into contract .is aforesaid, we guaranty to make good thu ditfercnce between the offer b; the ?^id and Uis uext lowest t-idder. A. B. . ^ ? C. D. I hereby certify thnt, to the best of my knowlndge and belief, the above named unuan vhv are good and sufflcieut. ? pa M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Kngiaeer* ui Charge, ja_r 7?.otMa>i3fiiwU PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. ? . S_?. Dnwmw, M?j 13,18*6 RPARATR PROPOSALS for faniibmz tb? sta tionary require by thi* department daring tbe fiscal ymr ending Jun? ?o, 1846, will bereosivsd until 12 o'clock m., on the 3oth day of Juns next.? "Biose unaccompanied by sa?*sfaitory testimonials cf ability to fulliU the contract will not b? consid ered. All (he trtidesmnst be of the vary bert quality? fourteen samples of each article must accompany the bid. The snmrlet of the piriy to whom the contract may be awarded will be paid for by th* de partment; the others will be returne 1 to the re spective parties. No bid will be considered when the articles accompanying it ar? not of the b?st quality, and united to tbe w?iti of the department; ?td inferior, spurious, or imitation articles will putyoct the bid to rejection at the pleasure of tbe depart rrnnt. Ka-h proposal must be signed 1 y ?he firm or in dividual making it, and must stecify a price, and but one price, for eich and every article contained in tie schedule; and, a* without uniformity there in the department would it difficult to make a de cision, none will be taken into consideration unless substantially arrteing therewith. All the articles to be furnished mu?t be of the b*st quality, and de ivered without d-day when or dered, to tbe sat sfaction of the head of the offloe for which they are required. The department reserves to ilielf the right cf or dering a greater or Iojs quantity of each and every ?rticle contracted fqr, as the public service may re quire. Fupplyituj an inferior erticle at any time will be deemed sufficient cause forthwith to annul the con tract. Bond*, with approved security, to be given by the persou or persons contracting; nnd i?i cane of a fail ure to stpply the article* required, thi coniraetcr and hia sureties shill b* li&blo for the forfeiture spec'fied iu such bond as liquidate! damtgee. The subjoined li t sp-cifies as nearly as now can be doae, the amount, qua;it<% and description cf each of th-i kinds of articles reqitred: t8 reams folio port, satin cr plain flnhh, faint 140 do U9 do 11 do 6 do 20 do S94 do 83 do 12 do 3 do IT do 27 do 18 do 2 do e2 do 45 do 7 do 3 do C'J do S77 dcE?n cards Parry's b-st metallic penB, p?r Cozen c..rd i 61 do do ot all ether rasnufacture In use, per dossn cards 76 grofR metallic pens, b?st nu-Jity. per gross lit M quill?. No 80, p?r M 1 M quills, No. 70 d> 6dos=n *Vir pointed silver pencil, with goll pecs, p*r d:r ;n 10 do g-Jd pens, Brown's or equal, po" d * n 5 do eilver c-jse* for tie semo, per drz^n 8 grofs of l?aJ3 tV>r ever p.intrd pencil*, nsioried elsss, per grt-ss 217 dozn belt black-lead peucO*, p?rdoiea 10 do red-lead per:ci'.?, ppr ic^on 15 do 3-*0 do T5 do 4 do 1 do 8 co 1 do 9 do 17 do US do 11 do I do 4 do 4 do 11 do 4 do 5 do 10 gallons best ink. black, tte department tohav* ch ice ofth<> market, p^r gallon 5ii2 bctt'es ink, black, ihj drpariuient to LiiV} choice of the in?rk<?t, p r quart 6 quarts ink, red, the department to have choice of tb? msrket, pc-r quart 46 bottle? ink. Mu?, the depaituent t-> have choice of the am: *-i!, per quart hoilla 227 do Ink, red, the department to have choice of the market, ia % pint bcltlrs, per bottle 209 do carmine ink, small Ms*, French,cr caul, p-r hwttl* ' 148 do Ink. best copying, ia % pint bot;lt?, per bottle 1000 wif rs, large red, f.r d -ptriment s <a', per M K.9 pounds wafers, c m am ?t te, red. p r pound 117 do stulirgwax, N>s; extra superfino, ?ca?iet, per pound 1 (V) do black, per pou-'d 34 do India rubb-i', p-repiie-J. per pfiund I do d? uapr z,aTcl ptr pound 178 qu&-ts blick sand, p?;r quart i!6 oano s ioun<v% per ounc? 1 doxen 04me"s hair p^nrfls, averted, perdoaen 170 pounds twine, linen, per p'U'd lf>4 d-o do ootcos, per pound 141 M pocket envelope, of whi o or yellow paper, of tbe fullo*insc sms, via: b\ ly 3^ inches, per huudr* d II doa-TO rclers, mahogany, rounl or ffiiL per doaen 44 do ?Nsti- p?n-bcMew, Aldsn's, per doten. may 14?law7w [No. 634] Notic* of th* ?3tabliskfM7Lt of an additional laiui district in the State of California VKrilKUgA'J nnder the provl-ious of the act of vv C ngretia, approved March 3, 1863. entitled, "An ws t to provide tor tbo si?rv?y of the public land in California," Ac., the Pr^si t^nt of tho United .-tal^s is tritbon.'.vl. at sach time or tiiner as ia bin jndlgaienc tho pub.ic Inteiuet may 60 imporatirely lequire, ? ? ? to divide tho ritnte ?if California Into two c.r three a^parate land dlstriets two cf which dir.rlctj were establish-d nn d*r S4.'d act ty publio notic;, dated 21st Maroh, 18M; and whereas the nurve n and settlements have attended in California bo fir that the convo nl nci of the B-tikrs and the publb interest require (i.*! -t-.Uiahnantof tho three di^t.-ictj? ruchoriawl by it- a?;t of 'hn 3d Maroh, 1863, afor<?'a;d ? Now, th. rfafr.re, he It known, that under, and by autk' rity of th;? said act of Con?;r?8s oJ 3d March, 13W tho President *f the Unltod .-tites haadirect-d that the titatu of 0*li#-rnla fball bo divided into thrae separate land district*, the boundaries of which ar? aa fol'ows, vli: All that part ofthe 8Ut??, e^mm^ncir.g on the Ta ijJflc coast, l)iBg north of tne liae between town sbipp Hiven and ei?ht(7 and 8) north of Monnt Pi able base line, tbenc? running oa^t oa said line to tile meri lian. thencw ?onth t n the nit,rldlan line to thtt line dividing tow^uhips three and flour (3 and 4) north of said bane H o, thence east on said linn be tween townships three and four to the eastern boundary of the 8UU, will fmm th? "I'ppia Dib TiucT," the land efflce for which has been tatabliahed at MarynvilU. of Um Stat? lyla^ south cf 'he above deferine.l limits andni'Cth cf (he line dlvilicg townl ships twenty and twenty-one, w-uth, (or fifth stand ard south) will fjrut the "MrnBLv Dijtriot," the of fice for which is at ft?fa'a; ard all that part of the State lying sou'h of the fith standard p-iralb 1 the "Lowoi Di9Tui<rr,"a* h.Mvtofore orgaiiise?, tbe office fi?r is es ablicbed st Los Ar.*cL>*; and in 7, ? ? th* pni J direo ion of the Presid-nt of the United States, under the act of Conpress aft>re'ald. the bouudatias ibsve mcntione l ?h?ill in future be i*garlel as the hmits of the said land districts re spectively. Given under By hand at the c'ty of Waehinaton, Ihls ninth d?v of April, A. P. 1855. By crder cf the l re?ddent: JOHN WILSON, . Ccm?ni;?8lonir Oeaeral Land Offlse. ap li?iawi3w PKStkp ^ih ^?UNT|5D GUARD UUICK 4. oi BP. 1 hie excellent piece ?f Music of the popu.ar composer, Mr. Hoben Heller, lias Just been published by the subscribers. Tbe title t>ac? 1j most elcguntly embellished. HILBU8 k HIT7, ^ ^jWusic Publishers, Depot in gtnr Uutldings. WA'l JCB. COOLfei'.m sofuuhiucnew, Hicellent arUcle. DOIJBLfi 1CE PITCH e.iw.Vifferent style* and tuacs; Brittaenta Pitchers, opeauid covered ; all kinds of Briuannla and Block iaa *?w' at 1110 Houseketper's Furnishmg Store, 400 Heveuih at. M ^ C. Fit ANCI8. K""!,^,lr VBf n.7w ^ehmers, composed and dedicated o ?!?? V , ?y 'hrof. VV. Hunter. PahlMhed find for sale at UILBUd & HITZ'a MtMc Dep.t, i m*j 8- Uoruer ftu ?, and liu> k lined, and trimoii d, te weigh cot less tkaa 17 lbs per r^am foolscap, hind madu, fulat-llnod, and trlmmel, t<> weigh not le^s than 12 lbs p r ream fooIs"jip, mach'uo, fa!? t lined, acd trim med, to wei-^h not less than 12 lbs per ream foolscap, plain, hand-made, faint lined, and trimirel, to wsigh net less than 12 lbs per r. am foolscap, pl iln, machine, faint lined, and ti.nm?d, to w*;igh not less than 12 lbs per raam foolscap, blu*} laid, hand mr.d?, faint lia *d, gard-n puttnrn, commonly known as despatch or consular pajer, to wei^h not less .han 10 lb- per raam quart> pojt, hand nude, plain, 'aint lined three ti-J?', per ieam qnarto pAst, macliiutt, plain, fjJnt lined thi^ s:d?s. por ream quarto po.st baad-mad?,plain, faint lined fcur sides, p^r ream qoarto pos^, ..ma-hino, faint lln??d fbur sides, p-r r?am qu?rto pcet, ?rrnch, ftiJct-lined, threa side?, per ream to e psper, gilt, per rcaia do ptiu du medium p"p?r, ibr books, per ream copying paper cio do euv? lopi i'aj'or, y.llow or buif, royal, pfr raam do do flit cap, white or blue, p??r ream large brown envelope, psr ream blotting papor, royrl do lold*rs, ivory, 9 inch, per doxen re<l lin?n tapu, rs:o-?td. ]>er dcxeu eilk t?ste, assorted colors anl width", in hanks, per dcr.sa pour ce boxes, of ivorj', per docen do do cc^ia do ean l boxes do da do tin d? wafer-s'.aT?s, cr b res, CDC '*, p-'r (bn?n era?ir?, P.od,ters a ioi,V, ivory handinff, genuine, jt-r iri-n peoknive?, r. dgers t ?on'p. cr ?qnsl. 4 blade*, tiackhorn or pearl handlrs, g n uine, per doz<>n wo'er -Uir ps, ivrry handles. prr rfc*~n do do lignura-vitie handles, per doaen

ofllcs ih?ar?, 11 -"nch^s p^r donen office scissors, p?r <lr ton inkstands, cut?laps, recently inran'ed fountnlu, mnv-ble top< j>?rdcs.;n 1' ksiutii-, c?s* iron, p r dozen f'r-nch pump China inkstaudi-. n ?r dOften WE WOULD NOT GIVE A DOLLAR For all the tincture hampton ev F.R MADE.?Thus spokr a wis? artd rood man, bat mark the change! Let the afflicted Lear him, and then decide whether to suffer on or be made whole. Te professional men, with mined health, j hear! Rev. Jake? W. nrwmcrr, the talented and inde pendent editor of that highly popular and extensive If read paper, the Christian Banner, pnb'.whed at Prederickabure, Va., in his editorial ot the 18th of I May, 18S5. thus spe*ke of HAMPTON'S VEGE TABLE TINCTURE: "Some time ajjo \v<? merely alluded to Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, with a promise of noticing more particularly the great relief we hare oureeif derived from its use. During our collegiate course, owing to sedentary habits, we became quite dyepep tic, and were very nrich troubled with vertigo For more than twelve years after leaving college, we were laboring unier these two afflictions In the spring of 189b; our general health became so delicate that it was with great difficulty we could attend to the ordinary duties of our profession. Everything we ate immediately turned acid, our digestive or gan* became wholly deranged; losing as it seemed to us, all their activity and vitality; we were con stantly depressed in spirit, our energy almost for sook as, and nothing but necessity urged us on to action. We had taken strong medicines, observed great particularity in our diet, and all to no purpose. We had despaired ot ever recovering our health, when a female friend of ours importuned us to get a bottle of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, cssurina us th~t we would tlnd great relief from its use. We briefly replied, "toe would not gi ve a dollar for all the Tinc ture Hampton ever made, ho tar as our own individ ual health was concerned." We had no faith in it nor any other medicine in t fleeting a cure on us. In the kindness of her heart, however, without con suiting us about it, she sent and got one bottle and urged us to accept of it, and for her rake, as it could not possibly injure n?, to use it according to direc tion. For the high regard we hod for ber and her | act of kindness, we promised to do so. And with out cxageration we can truly say that before we had used the contents of one bottle we felt like a new man We used, consecutively, from ten to fifteen bot tles. We were afraid to give it up, fearing our old diseases might return. Smce then, our digestive orgins have been uniformly correct, our head clear, and so far as our labors, tolls, liabilities, responsi bilities, nnd worldly carer will allo.v, our spirits have been buoyant, and we eat what we please, and as much as we please, and when we please? and all Is well. For the r..ike of the afflicted we make this statement, hoping that others may find the same relief from it? us* that ?ve have, it should be hept in every lami!y. No larnilv should ever be without HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINC TURE." Lawyers, DiHtfir*, fiiv.k-re, Ministers, In ail the Departments of Stata, Ladies and Gentlemen in the highest walks of life, as well us Ubotie moving in the most humble spheres, tpeak of the cures 011 them selves and friends by this wonderful nrticl?. Call and g-;t pamphlets ?jrat1s, nnd soe cares 01 Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuruisia, Dvn peptiia, Nervouar.es*- and General Weakness. As b female m?diciue or for delicate childtcn vre bc!iev< it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 140 Bala more street, Baltimore; and 304 Broadw.v, N. York Cbas. Stott fit Co., J. I?. IVloor.E, I). B. Clarke Clause & Bctvliko, W. Elliot, and H. McPhh son, Washington; also, by R. S. F. Cishel.Georjre town, and C. C. BttiKi', Alexandria, ami by Druj guts ever} '?vhtuu. REV. JOHN L AN AH AN, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. 12. CHURCH?A strong uesire to benefit the atiicted indaces him itiUJ to confy. We challenge any oilier medicine to present such a n;ass of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of ernes of COUGH, BRON CHIT IS, RHEUMATISM. DVSPEPSIA, & c. Baltimore, January 24th, ld&i. Afcssve. Mortimer if Mowlnay: I take pleasure in sayinz to you that I have used your "Hampton's Tincture" with very great f ront. ] from a serious throat affection, my general ht.rlth hid become very much impaired, wh^n I com menced to use 4* Hampton's Tincture." I found I it* effects upon my general health most salutary.? j My nervous system and digeauve organs soon right ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it to my | triends, and in every case, as Ur as I have been in formed, they h^ve use it with success. Youra traly, Jobn L*.MA.EA!i,Pa?:or Of Exeter i>t., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OF THE LUNGS. Rai s:on, N. C., Feb. B, 1855. tfcsrrt. LVrrlitrrr *" Mowbray: I do hereby certify that rbont twelve mon'hs ngo I was taken with a severe hemorrhage r.'the Lungs and had four attacks of ;t I was advised to try I<r. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. 1 procured one | boille, and nfiir taking which, I was satisfied that! I was much bett<v; and that, after taking the f. urth bottle. I was entirely well, and now I enjoy s* pood htultli as ever I did in my life. I can, and do,with out the least hesitation. recommend the Tincture to all persons aiAicted in my way. Youre, Geo. W. Wcaki.iTi CURB FITS?READ! Mare to the 5 . ftan OcU.?From one of the U04 ] respectable Drugtrsf in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Hept. 21,1853. Me>?r?. MoRTiMirt & Mov/axav:?The sale <?f year Hampton's Veritable Tincture is increasing every day, and ev ry V?t:i e >!d recommends this valuable medicine t-< Ji?: aiTkCfid. Several of cur planters li:ive tried it in different case's with a^toii uhing success, and are getting it Ly hail'dozens. It has been found to be the greate rt tenii-dy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has been peiformed on a negro bo', suffering from Fits. 1 will furn ^h you with a number of certificates if you wish them. I am, gentlemen. you:s, w. G. Thott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cures ol Coa*h, Brorichius. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dye pepsie, Nervousness iisd General Weakness. As a female medicine or for delicate children we believe it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 140 Haiti-! more street, Baiuinote, and U04 Broadway, N. Vork Cbas. Stott Bl Co., J. B. Moor 1, D. B. Ci ARits, ULARrr & Bowlihp. W. Ei.uot, and II. McPnan ?os, Washington; also, by R. S. F.Ci-s?l,G???rge town; and C. C. Bcrrv, Alexandria, and bv Drug gist* everywhere. fC5 jl tr Private Modical Trasfcioa c.t rr? . PHYSIOLOGICAL VLBW Of ilARUIAQa, nr m. ?i. la cuour. sa. d,, jLLEAXI', If. IT. 2b0 Pages an I 12) Fine i?lila und Cok>:*d LiiLo gr?,p?j and l'iai4r 49T cat/ Stt C??ta. -liai Hf-Bra*. frse el ;>G6Ut?4 to il! pjj-ta of tie? Eniou^* UilZAPKsT r.OOA KYS2 PL:Hul*Hi.D,nnaeonUinl:ig snarly d^nbls the quantity oi r ^dii*? In tnat or thu 55s ?it rv C?:;t3 oa. dollar 1 ruiiu?ATioN8. II traits on the PnY?I0I/> UY 0?? in/iL-lil/.Oii, unu the &?:r?t i?tlncit!e?ai:a diior^r of ?outli and mariiilty, re a-cin Qxctiiite, whioj destroy t'e.s j'hyBieal and m?a 1. tJ i-CMf . i, witls oh^rmUoni On mr.rriage, its duties and ul&iuuHflnaUon8, and tteir rcm?ai*fc: irivt lithographs, idueLating th? an&toiay and physt ii?r;. ?s ef the repi<".* loctlve orgaiMi of bolh , thiM atructnr*', kmc and tunatioxu. A pof iLur m>u u^dpiahtEJive tx?a oa tho dutias and cafluw?' .<t'. f eia^le aad niar life?happv un5 .truitsul uVIhtuxjl mcde cf ee at them?uMtitous - int>/tli? on?s?tbelx Ion and removal?tn-i-jrUnt hints to thoM acntetaplating iajliLflU'uy> thet will orara-: raa ob jections to it; non;s ehould take tbie im portant step without fid conunlting ltx pugea? itnunsntaried 0 j the Jilsjnuej ar.d niadical treaUn&nt ot feualos frcu inianoy to old age, cub case graph ically illustrated by b?antifnl lltiiographio plat??? nervous debility, it-. c-mix J naa cure, by a preoees at cnoe so nisapls, eiTe and aifeetual. that iailcre U lapoesiale?ruled for daily m:u;s^?aeni?an twj on S;)erm\torib(?H with praciio^d observation* on a ?id?i, and more sucafeifUl ta?>d? ol' treataieni?^<re eautlonar/ hints ox. the evils ??*ulti?.g f/cui iapiri aal practice?an ea.ay ca all dwattccj arLslng fttiu Indbore'dou, with pla:n and ohKiplfl rol^ by which all perfons can care thirar.l. T'M) without nereury? rernrahn for Uiom eel/ inilicied iniaoriM and di^ap pointed hopea eo nnfartonr-tely prevalent In the rounjj. It is a truthful i/Jvl;nr to ths marked and thci* noutaraplatlng tnairU.re. Ito perusal Is par tioularly ?eceanviend*d to persons rntertainlng ee sret <lonbta of their -hy-ir^J coaditUn, and who are aonwlou* ol having }.Mard?d ths L- aith, happmrse an4 privilej:? to which every huaun being is ub titled to. prW SSeecta pt? copy, cr Era oopisa for 03a dol lar. Mailed irce of poil?ge to any part of the Eul ted 2tniea. N.?.?Tho&s who prefer may ecc0uUDr.Li.Caoa upon any of tte dkeajre np*n whioh ki4 tooh treats either {-erronaliy or by mail. Mfdldne ?*nt to anv pert of the Union according to directions, u*Mj packed and oai'efnllj ewnrw from all obeerrati-in. Address Dr. M. B. LA CU01X, No. 81 Maiden Lane or Poet Ofloe Bo* 6T9, Alhtaiy. N. Y. 49" Of&oe open daiiy from 9 a m to 9 p n, and 00 Sunday Iron 3 until 5 p in. J03f OfBca Keaaove-1 ft'ca ?To. 66 Beaver sL. 10 *1 *?lda? L?ai, Albany, N. Y. ^ d?o T ORGANS TOR SALE. = A SUPERIOR toned CIIAI'EL ORGAN; and a fine Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now on exhibition at the Metropolian Mechaaiea' Fair. Tbey are from tiie manufactory of HENRY ERBEN of New York. For terms, he., apply to Prof. SCHEEL, on Hth ?tteet. north of F. HENRY ERBEN. teb 98?eotf WAKIUITS WASTED, for wMcli the highest prices will be paid by CUUBB BRuTUKRS. may 31?U (Intel) opp. Uk> Treaiury, . DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CELEBRATED German Bitters, rurixrs it DS. C. M. JACKSON. Phflad'*., !??., *2" "'WCTIIAllT enil I, WYIS COMfLUST, DYSPEPSIA, JAUTOtCE, (TWw or AW., DobiUty, Du^ 0/~? Kidneyi, and all ditate* oritur from m dU ?rderml I*xr or Stomach. ^ J * Such a$ Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness, or Blood so tli?' Ht ad, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn, I>i-jrust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Kructations, Sink in* or Fluttering at the Pit of the SiiimcIi, Hwim ining of the H< a?l,iiurr ed an<l difficult Breathing, Pi uttering at the Heart, Choking or SuObcaui:|! Serrations t*hcn in a lying Posture, Dimness oi Vision, Dot* of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in lite Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowms* of the Skin and Eyes, Pain nt the Sid*, Hark, Chest, Limb*. ate., Suddrn Flu-h>2> of Heat I'-unuDt mt he Flesh, Constant Imagui hi:'.- of Evii, and treat depression of Spirit*. THE proprietor, m calling ti.e attention of the public to thi? preparation, does so with a feel ir.g of the utmost confidence in it* virtues and adap tation to the diseases ft>r which it is recommend 4. It is no new and untried article, but one that litu sroed the test of a ten y< nrs' trial bejore tin: Amen cco people, Mid its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. Tl.o testimony in its favor given by the most prominent and wcil tf'.iown Physicians and individuals, in all pans of ti;e country is immense. The following from North Carolina is respectfully sub.iitt;<i, referring any who may still doubt, to toy "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Hook. lor Farmers and Families, to be had gratis, of u!l the Agent* tor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 1 '40 Arch Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. TV. Smth. of Pine Hill, Ri<Ji moral Cotmty, N. C. Pise liui, March 4th. 1S54. Dr. C. M. Jachsos, Philadelphia?D?-ar Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f .nil, for the ia: t five yean. Sncb was my condition !oi twelve months !iiat the physicians and a!! who saw me said I iuu<t die. While in this conditio!'. I was carrifd to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes sec and North Carolina, but wa; not benefited by nay water to which I was taken. NVhiie on my way home, 1 stooped a week at Rutlicrfonitu!!, a email village in North (. ..rolina, to try the efToc: >>l some Chalybeate water in that p'ace. About the last of the wee!-, i went into a drog store io ?et some rr.vdicipe for my child and tnyseif. There w?'re several of the village physicians in the store, and rne of th?*m seemed to take some inter^t m my case, and, atier asking me some questions, said In had been a dyspeptic, and hs.l been greatly bene fitted by the use of "Dr. Hoofland's German Bit ter^'' prepared by yu, and he insisted that I would try fhe Hitt irs He r.l.so called the next day at icy room, ami in-i-ted so much that I would try itiem that I a>hed hi.ii to gel me ore bottle. He did it, end I commenced taking it as directed, and I do say 1 was more, benefited t.y it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. Alter r? aching h-ime one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he arfvspetv tic,) and i t-kvc hito nenrij all the But# rs 1 mid leit, which effected inu> it K< - ? l m his case, lie hasoft?-n C'uled on me for more of the same k-nd of iii*-di eiue, saying he was more benefitted by it than a .y other ne h"d t^k<-n. but I have not been able to f.'t ar.y more f< r hi*n or mvsHf 7..'" ^_, ther** hf*'., please ship me a doztt or more as soon as pos sible. Respe.-tfully ;<;&?, W. SMITH. D. It. HOOKER, Roger's Store. Wake Co., N. C., October 14. says:?" Having experienced v*rv great beneSt from the u*e of " Hooflanfs German Bitter.',** jr. Chro~ic Dysentery and furrtional de rangement of the Liver audits concomitant cvi'.s, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for tbe benefit of my community. You will, therefor?, please send a lot, olc. tic. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hi jiraTi!.LS, "i adxik Co , N. C., Nov. 1st, 1353. hi.C. M. Jackson?IXar Sir: Ailow me to ?z pr?:? to you luy sincere th~nks for your ilisouvi ry of a medicine which, to sr.y t!,e least of it, has ef fected a cure that ii! <?th r medicines, tl;nt I have Taken, have entirely failed ;o ?to. "Hoofland^ Ger man Bitters" have ?;ured no* of tha mo>t 6tubb<n>t and a vrravated rase of the filss that. j?eri!E.ps, erer f?Ul te the lot of man. My case id net a strung* r in Uiis community, as I am well l:nown in thu and tUe juiro:indiiig count;c-., a;si ran truly say Ilia: r?iy re covi iy has asto'imh-1 ail my friers and relauont, as 1 had tried everyth?nerecouuiiended, and ccthir; did me any go<.d n?iti! 1 was prevailed up.ni to try the Bitters. Vou are at lib rxy to n-ake any use c.| this communication, for tli* benefit of the alflicted, you may tliii.t proper. Truly yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters nrn enlirrly ve?et <hle, th>:y invigorate, ar.d str> naiii- : syst'-m, tever rrc.Mrat" it, and can be used for midnts rj w? II as adults. For sale by re? |?jctab!e d. alt rs evefywhm*, and by Z. D. GIL MAN, Washinclon; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; ai d J. R. P1ERPO.NT, Alexandria, roar 1 ?Iv CAKTKH'S~" SPANISH MIXTURE. OmiI P?rlfiir of th? Utootl! Rot ? Particle ef Kercar? In It vn Iai*.uir.ia F-rukpt for Bercfuiv KIc^s Evil, P>?eiir;?t?Siii, Oo-tinate Cutaneous Hrjptiom, Piui?3jb oi* Pursues on tLe face, ?ir.tchss, Bolls, Chronic. ?o? Vj*m, Worm cr TatUer. Scald ileal, Mi l Fain of tiis Bciiesaud Joiut.~, ftTstbrrn Ul:?rs. Syphilitic Ilirrdsi-s, Luctba^a cjira! Ci^mpla-uts. and all the aiseRJ-j ar'-ju^ hen ua injudlcices u-e of Mercury, Ic prcd'ii^ in I if?, or Impurity of the Kloci. vp.'?:s. !?? Mediciuo, ^ hbh hat? become eel* J. brated for the cumber of kxtra^rilinary curea. effectoi through its ages^, baj indzcsl th? propri etory, at tl? ur*. nt cf their frirtda, u> offer i* the m:"t>i r, vi.Ich do with the utraoet on {LJertt '3 us Tittc"3 ari Tondetful enratire rr?P* erll e Tbe ILilox ',*% oei lasted Ircm a number, an, L. ???rt;r, eiTOusar t#t<m?it than tb* mere w i ofti?e proprietor*; and ars afl f?o:a Ktntloraen t?*;i knew a in thcLr Itv^litit^ and of the Li^bct: rE;fti M'ltfjit'Auy cf ti"tureni4icg Ic tbe oSiy of R:-:brao-rt Va. V. bOYDKK. ltKirt of i,hs Ex-htnn* HeUI, Rteb raocd, ktcira every?wu-jr" fay?!:. baaFc-eu the V i 1-iuecViai stAsmi ia ever ? iietdred cates, in near:7 all tbe di^oacsf for whiohit Is re-w mmecdod, vlth the moat arton iahi'-gly gcod rpralte. He says it is tha noct ?x traerdinary xred'. ir.e he lis a ??er r?en. ASUS AND FklVj(U?0iUCAT Ct'iiii.?I hereby certify that ii. r tare, y^t; taJ s/u J F?ver of the Eir-ft viokat duserlr.'ioE. I ha.'. L^veral PLr iduara, t?f<k l*r?e qu>.ntiiit?fl of Qiib-.ice, ^lercuiT, rad I bal.tra all Tonlcn a,lT?itis?dv but ail wi:b out pernuns-r rel>f. At lai<t I trfod CaiteiJF f-pac^li ilUi ari- two botliee of which effectually cured an, tr.a I n hap>y to eay I h*v?? had neither ahills or raver, sines, i cacMler It ihe t-?st T-^i.:c In thli world, tad the only riKii/ins that ?rar ri-cdit-i iu.7 r^jJ. JOHN LOKGIiKN lliavaa i>imh. 7.*j?i : Va. 0. R. IjUon. i.M; ,a i'ie ei'.y of r,'^"iu!on.l tad for uiaa/ :? ia tr-.e Vest V2**, has t.uili xx.f.de.ic: Li the trtcaLildj? t'Jlcx'- of Oatfr'= Dpt.uLiii Jiittu:.?. that he ha; fcoc^tit upwarfu of f ? bolii'3, which lio hixi givje aw.?y to the afiiiutd. Uif. Luck save ha ta* uover Ll.c>wc it U> tali then taxan aecr>r<ilua to ui: tciiou?. l>r. UlNQiti, a praciiabiK H:ysir.lto, iz. 1 fcrmrri ? ef the City Hotel, in the city or Rkbiieud, says ha hea wiineai<U is a ai_t:b?r r-f l*:stances th* cSkUi o! Uart*r'? S; lcltvh iiittore, wal^u wsre aiCEt truly sorprial^g. 1I? iu a ow of Consumption, d? pacdent on the Llvu, liie good afTacip wer? won derful Indeed. 8AS1UICL If. T?llIKKS3s of the fia of Tltlnksr t Morris, TU^hraocd, v;aa cured curod of Liver Ccti plaint of tiira.-. v??tB Btjuuiing, by tie rxae oI twr bottle? of Cart?v'e Oi.ar<i-h Miitiu j. GRK^T CUU9 OP SCP.OFULA.?'L'hr. Edited cf tha Bldiiaond Republican h*.d a eervact erjpic- -1 in th?ir j-rt ss rocaa, cured of violent Scrofula, ccm bined with itLeui: atiaxa. ?vhich entirely dis^b'ej him frora wurL. T?ro bclOaii of Cartsfe Mixture mtde a perfrct curs of him, and i:<, ton in a public uoJec, ray th#y "cboe^fili j t -j.u, mand is to at] who a.e albievci wita anv q 1s?-.-l, j the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE Of SOLOTTLk.-: In. a varjr valwbie toy cured of SerrhUa i j Bpam^h Mittatn. I eorndd^r it truly a rtiuabla me^iaine. JAL I?3 LI. TAYI/^H, CcaaxjU.r ta Ui? SI. F. and P. H.!?. Oo.. RichtaomL Va. SALT &HKUM OF TWENTY YXAi^ ^AliDISa Ol?:t?D Mr. JOHN TaiOMPiSOIt, r??l,1t? Rioluaeud, wa? cured b? threa bolilc? of OuIac i Spanish Mixture, of Halt Mi.um, wJ.ich te had for nearly t*e^:y voare. aud which all the rhyBinUaf of thfi net ciirc. Mr. Thompxii it ^ v#li knowifc p?rti:ant in the city of Richmondf and hie li VirSt laols. Wla. ?.Ki ni01W?. Rirbmord had a serrsnt cure-i etf P^philis, in trie worut form, by Carter's Spsaia Mixture. He says he chr*rfully reonro sat nis it, and conaidera it a very itTaluablo meli dn*. K D v, i!T CTJRTO!", ccoiialasioiier of the revenue, rays m hes seen tbe good .-ff-cts ol Carter's fpaaiet Mixture in a number of 2vpMi'tic canes, and says it is a pet feet eur- for that horrible difeaw. VM. ti. HAEWOOf), sf Richmond, eured of old Bore* s?i Uloers, wh:ch di?eb!ed him from wsikin? Took ? fcw bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and wsa enaJbtcd to wait without ? eruteh, in a 6hart time permanently cured. Principal ai M. WARD, CL06K * Cc? Sa 88 Maiden Luae. New York. T. W DYOlTl k Bolts, No. 182 North Seoond Philadelphia. BKNW1TT 4 BEERS, No. 136 Main etraet, Rich mond, Va. And for sale by nilARLBS RTOTT, Washington, D. 0; HENRY PMSL, Alexandria, aud by DrugtfisU ererywhere. Prioe 11 per bottle, or six bettl? for (i; sep 71?Ir ^ "liyf EMOllttf OF TUK 0OUNTE?fe OF bLES. M ;R. k. ?r I? I TRAVELERS' I>1 RECTORY. fime between Wuhtigton and Wheelimr but 17* hour*! Running ttwu bft**m Washington and Civrxnjuui 27 kourt!! Through Tickets and Baggage Checki to be had in Washington !!! THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD UAVINfi greatly improved iu Western connec tions a?w offers thf MM inducements to raveler* b V\ a^luiixton, Baltimore, and ail i?Ktiun? ?i lb* West, the Northwest and the South wren. The connection Itetween the trains from Wash upon an?l the tr.iin? bnind west from Baltimore is ilwavs pmmpdy made at the Washington J a anion (lately called the Relay Ho,?) ? mile* from Ba I ti ll ore. This i? the only chance of cam required be IW^C Washington and the Ohi?? nT<t. Baggage n -hocked through to Wheeling at the Washington staaon, and recbecked and transferred there, (with die passenger*) w thorn charge, for thoee bold r.f through tickets for points beyond. The connecting train* Uave Wa-<hinrJoii daily at 6 a. ?n. and 4\4 p. m. On Sunday* at the lattei hour only. At Wheeling direA connection m made with tin train* of the CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, run ning from Bellaire on the Ohio, near Wb< etlag, :hrough Cambridge, Eanesville and Newark, to COLUMBUS. Th???e trains connect at Newark -vi*.li ihe cars of the Newark, Mari?fi>ld and Saadue Ky K illmad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago St. Louis, etc. At Columbus the C. O. Railroad trains connect ?itii ihe fast train* of tlie LUile Mmmi Kuuroad to Xenia, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, etc. At Xenia (on Little Miami Railroad) conn<ctioa * fb.rned with the trains tnrouch f).iyton,U> INDIAN APOLIS, Terre llaute, Laiayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, etc. Af Faneengers holding through tickets lor Jfm piu Hckstmrg, Notches, A'etr Orleam etc.. which are aleo sold at Washington? are ti ansfcrrea at Cin cinnati to the Mail Steamers no the Ohio. Tickets or Evruuville, Cairo, and sit. Louu are cold by this route. FOB CLRVr.LAND, and via Cleveland mj Tt;ledDetroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are aiid. n hen the Ohio is navigable beta* en Wheeling and WellfVillc (lorty mile?s> where a connection with the Cleveland and l'lttrbnrg Railroad fcs made. Travellers ere rcqu^s^d to notice that wkile this ;4 th> or ly route affording through tickets and ch?cka in l\ ashington, it i? also the anort?*t, mort speecy, and direct to nearly ail the leading points in 'he great Wert. The distance (r.m Washing on to Cm ?'iii' ati is but 6!i3 miles, l>eing about 100 nub* short er than bv any ether route 1 fare by Through ticket fro* wash INOTON: T> Wlieelii.f,$9 50; Oatumbv* $13 b&i Dayton, $15 SO; Cincinnati, ?16 ; Louisv.i e. by railma'l $1865, hy steamer from ? inciiirikti. $lf: lu dianaprdi*. %17 .wi; Cleveland, 812 l.>; Toledo. $15 rtO; D troit. .?I5 SiO; Chicago $0>t <55 and f 19 50; St. Louis, $*JC 50 and Memphis, $2f,; Mew Or tenae.flSI.eie. 0*~ rOR i RODERICK and HAHfER'P VKRRT VIARTINRBUKG. BERKELEY sl KI*c.a, CUM BERLAND, Bi'.Df OBDS P RI \Ctf, I'i' lu.oct,Oak land, and Fairmount, |>.w;iir rs may leave iVa?h tiu'.on at 6 a in or 4'^ p. m. For tbt n..oor way -tat:o:i? between l.altimore and Wheeling, take 0 a m train from Washinipon ?r- f or trains to and from Baltimore, Autiapolls, etc., pee special advertisem* nts. Air For further information, thrash tickets, Ac., apply to '1 ilc-S. H. PAfcii)51S; Ag nt. at lVs?hiiig. toL Station. JOHN N. DONS, Matter o( Transportation Raltimorc and Ohio Railroad. Baltimore, may 3?tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. Si CHANGE OF HOURS. V and after Monday, the 23-1 instant, *i>e trt.l ???ill (V~ Leave Washington nt 6 and a. m., nnd 3 and 4% p m On Sunday at 4V< p m Ltave BalUmore(at and 9% a re, and 3 nod 5 if p m On Sunday at a m. ap23-tf T. H. PARSONS. Agent. Mott B?doll'o Lico. SEW YORK.JiT.FJCJIXDRIJt. JV.1 smXGTOB CITY, jiND DISTRICT Or COLL'Mb J A PACKETS. 'rHIs LINE f?F PACKETS PAILS WEEKI.Y 1 iron? pier 14 r.a^t River, New York, and oftener if ncrtnw and are couipo.-<e?i of Uiel<j)!owing first cia-s vcweb: Sew sehr. ?9. r. B? dell, martsr. N??w sclir. fl'itt Bedell, A. V. TrwJwetL Sclir. Jit.ji D., Wm. Oliver. ma*ier. Set', f'flant, L. A. Sttiitb, inaet'T. Fchr. Com itanJer tn-dtcf, Wogl-jm, matter. ?>hr. Gtocmitoi^, Wi!"<on, mast- r. Tii' *e vessei? t? sM f?ut sailer^, an? the m-icri men of experience in the trad-, and the only regn lar line oi Wnahinvton City packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wall ttrept. N. T. 8. 3. MASTEKS a SONS, Alexandria, Vn. THOMAS RILEV, ft b 1?flm Wa>hingt<Ni nnd D. C. OEdKGE A5D ALEXAFDJLIA RAILBOAO. On cvd after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, ri-KZ Cmis lenrn Alisandrla daily fter Oordon? t vlile and Inieriaedi^to stations at "if o'clock, a. ri.. on (he arrlral ct the bont from Wa*hlof??nt p^ria^ar:pls r."a? fc>r breakfast on board. Co? nost'.r:? at Haus-ras J unet{?n vith a tr*l? tor Ptr*? tmr?. at Wej-re?it*>n Juration with a train fcr War r*?t< :i. aiel at Gordouivilie with the trains en the Virginia OiiW. kaUrcau for Hl. bxioud,ChArii>tte? vll'.e, a^'. S*acnt*&. tfhe ear* leave QordnzjrlTe <!ally to- Alexandria and inter collate ftaticnn, at Vi before IS, a. m?, on the arrival M tL-s tT*l3i:? ot tli? Vireltia Central rail* road trctn k!:hao><d. (Jkariottac vlile, and dtannton. THR000H TICKHTfl Frcra Alrxanlria to Warren?on 00 M ** Qordcnsvilie...^. 8 W M * OluT'.r.ttiWfiila......... 4 So " * Btannto- 6 M ? ? Btrarbarf S M " * Lynchburg ? 0 75 ? *? Wlrshseter. - 8 M " " Luray 4 21 u u K#?r Maiirt * 00 - ? Uidileb^rf S 24 Fol c-.:ui?cTin? ?<th tMs itagat nk C! ?loiucrlllo, cn ?, 'vftUckadays aud Fri da^i. rc? Luray and Krsr Market, erimortfcn with the r. ?fni al Oolpeper, on 1 u?cday6, Thorax.) a, and ?al> Uiiay I*'. : \r<;ic!i??ur daily, ccuZ-tc-iLxj viUi 1L? sujee a- I'i*-t ?ii 'nt. For Afi^ditbarg ial]. , cizziMtLg with U*e au^sa at th? I'lains. Per order: W. R. EfLOOHETT, Ajrent. nb? V?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. - m On TUESDAYS and PRIDAY3, ?K^l w-.-? fcticd tfip H ; from AUx andrin .& oenta?The TEOilA.1? OOI.LYRR leavaa Wr^hitizton nt 0 and Aiexandria at CU o'clock. ChcLh leave tee Cupitol tor the beat at ? Jt e'ail. Cc<ach Cire >0 cents. Parser a vlshina the Gtachek wiil^Lak.i Ju*l tdU? d?aea with Om. k Tnor- Parker 1-:-'' hzients on th? boat. 061 dtf 8ANTL QiSm, Capt -LU MEW YOUHL 4k MVeTpOOI* UN [TED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. Tnx smPH ooufRiHiNti xuia llm Till? ATLANTIC. Oajrt. VTeJt PAOlktO, OapL Nye, BALTIC. Cari- Cf-rstr ak, ADiilATIC. CAft. 0-at'JI. fiiM> &.'}? have been built by contract, espna* iy far Goroiuuer.t eervias; ererj care has been taken in their eot?truetf.-n, a# in t'i- An^.aes to lneure rtrengUi ar.1 ?peel, and th?rr aco>-am<^_* ucni for paoengei-a uie oneqaallej for e>^?nos and oouilbrt. ^ . . . Price ef tuMtre fr^m Jf?'r Tork tc L.T': "eo!. !n firs t oablu... - ?? ?-? ?* * Stocnd Cabin ? ^0 RiclasiT' as?-of <xtra ^ae st*i?- - t - oOfl ^r-'Ei Llr-?rpool t? Ken Yc."? * d An eat-erienoeJ rur^oo.1 t- each tiiipt No berth can t><? uotil p^. tor. Fox iei?ht or paj.^?^ apply to REWARD K. COLONS 4 CO., bi> Wall street hew YorfcJ MOW*, biliPLIF A CO^ Liverpool. K. G. R0BRBT8 A 00. tS Arms Ya:d, Lcndon. JOHN MCNROB A CO, 30 Rue Notre Dame des tcirec. Paris. GEO. H. D6APIR, Hnew. 7be owaerc ot the.? rhips will not t? n?eru?tnbls for ^old, ?lver. bullion, )-pecte, jevelry, precious fticue* or c.?Ui?, uuleas bills ef Idling are tignsd Uiwafcr, an i the value thereof therein sxpre^ed. nov 16?dlv i ?? ?' ? ? ? ? ? BA5KINQ HOUSE OF PAIB0 k H0UJMX, Owuili LntUrl State* 7Vs?Mra. BONDS, ?tnclu> and other eeenritMS parihased and sold. Interest nt the rate of ?ix per cent annmn ?lj lowivt on <*? f.*Nits whus ItH (U M days o? ten^i |nnSM-to