Newspaper of Evening Star, July 5, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 5, 1860 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. IFom th* Star. A FRAOMKBIT. t ipl?? IK. I hav? bo home! my dark and dreary way LiaJs to bo haven or no biexs'd abode; At<d i ha t thought why I should li nger stay. Struggling with Karth, and separate from my (nil; "Why should I Hnrer where hoar frosts decay The friendship that with verdure onoe perfumed TiiB live-lorn* hours of each brilliant day, Nor died wnen ev'nmg's li?ht my path illutn'd. Why shunld ! stay ' Alas, my aohin* heart Throbs fi?r an answer, hat dare not repljr ;? it is. because iny soul with f?-a- doth start. Aui slirio** from the Ouiuipotauoe beyond the sky. Guilty, ashamed, repentant, and afraid, M> strufgiinz son* from sin would he released; -Here, Lord, I yield it! In the dust 'ti* laid.? And thus my all of mn aad misery hath oeased! Jintk ceastd ' Oh. let it end forever here? H?re let medrink from fountains pure and str<>a<' And as I lave my eh?ek with joy's {rst tear. Attune my hps to heaven's redeeming song. Teaoh me tu feel that I no longer stray? Teach me to know that a 1 my sin's forgiven ? "Teaoh me to s'*e that, as 1 humbly pray. My path i* clear to happineHS in heaven. i L*TT*k ran* Swuo* Skwa*i> ?The following letter from Senator Seward waa read at a meeting beld at the Republican Headquarters in the city of New York on Thursday laat: At bukm. June 27,18<H> Gentlemen : Your letter addrewd to me at Washington, lnvltlne me to meet the Republican nf N'ptr VArlr na mir ^ v. a. uu j ??bj uvuicn mu from the Capitol, and designating the i5th instant for that purpose, has jnat found me at home here. 1 escaped from Washington before the adjournment to fnlM ?me domestic engagements here which could not be delayed. I r-jolce in the indications of activity on the part of the Republicans of the city of New York In the canvnas which is opening under most auspicious circumstances. ^ ou will, 1 hope, be favored with viaita by many of the Republlcaif Representati vea of thia State and other States For myaeif. I desire to be regarded as always with yon. and as one of yourselves 1 need a little time here to repair the wastea of eighteeu mouth* absence from Dome; a little time to bring up arrears of a correspondence too g?-nerons and patriotic to b* neglected I would fain hope tbat rny active eti'orts in the canvtm might not be necessary. But I hold myself hound by obligations of public duty and of personal gratitude to contribute all the 'exertion nec eitary on iny part to the establishment of the Rep ii llcau party iu tbe administration of the Government by the election of iU cboaen and worthy candidates. Lincoln and Hainliu; and tbose obligations I saall faithfully fullH V?ry sincerely vour friend and obedient servant, w? H Siwabd. tO? l>etter? from Denver City and Nebraska City state that the emigration to the Pike s Peak gold mines was undiminished, although large numbers were returning home disgusted witb the prospect before him The necessaries of life were held at extremely high prices, and the wages of common laborers were extremtly low. ranging from 91 to HI 50 per day Execution sViki, ma ?Oiv Friday Nathaniel Harten expiated on the gallows, at MoundsviUe, Va , the crime of murdering Melissa Morris, to whom be confessed to bavi nc waylaid and thrown intu the ravine, where her body was fonnd A ery luiiecrowd was iu att^ndanc* ?n?t ?? train wr'i run by the B.iltlmore and Ohio Railroad at that point tE7"Tbe (rrand jury of Middlesex county have returned bills of indictment against Silas Carletor: and three other I'nited States deputy marshals for attempting to arrest F B. Sanborn on the .requisition of the Brown raid. IHT"Only one newspaper in New York city as yet supports the Douglas faction, and tlat is a weekly journal of local circulation and limited influence.?X. Y. Day Book. U7~ An amateur sculptor of Butler. Mo , Is engaged In chiseling an ideal piece of statuary from coal, which he calls an "African Slave." 117" The Chicago Times reports that the small p< x Is in that - ity, and two deaths have J occurred from it It is said that a sporting Duke Lai given an order for a model of Tom layers, the sue of life, to be taken, and cart in silver. IC7" A convention of spiritualist* held its sessions in Burlington. Vt , oti the 13th and 141b Only about 166 persons were in attendance. ID* A bear weighing 2.50 pounds was killed within five miles of Staunton, Va , or Thursday last. The reaurvey of Mobile Bay, which has been und*rtak?n with the object of improving the harbor, baa just been completed ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS. NATIONAL HOTEL.?T Payn*. DC; J Jamis on au?l 'ani. Va; P lncr&tiam and lam, Oa: tshaa mm .. u ouui;i ti i&'S N ^ [ C ^ hw!?r, Pa; A Bond, i-tUBA: F Mevent, VV Woodwojth, NY; 6 peebl*?, Ky; J Arthur, Va; C B Thurston, Md; D Macarthnr. U?m; J Mooorieff. N V; Maj Bowman Ui^A; A Dudiey and It. Mint Dudley, Md; W Carter tuii fain. Mv; Miti lN?t?r, Kj; Mrs Benedict, J Benedict. ?; P Hale, C Carter, Na; Wm Bjrne, Md; S Taj lor, Eng; T Bowling. A Alhizer, J Berry Md; B Price. La: D lowrawski, Rn?; UVMutm?re. Ma*.; R Martha!!,I a; Mr* and Mi?? Hitch ?ock, C?i; B Johnson and ly. Md; t: Reiney, <5 ??e Roth, NY: F Whittle. Ky; A White. M2?s Seilman, Fa; Mrs Anderson, Mm Beard, 80; C Jett, La; H (iUier, Md. BROWNS' HOTEL.?W A Warner, Md; J B Scott, DC; A Lowe, M Owing*. A Whiting, Md; H Vic od and fam, Wov F McMullin, Vi; A Wiiion. J Marion; SC; J H Jonss. K B KoberU, Pa; T Barn. NY; S Lockettand ty, U8N;G Butler and ly, Tex; ti Brent. Va; W Piattsburg mid fain, W Ma (1m, A B Meat, tf Weil, Md; K Tuwnsond. NV?n mou, .mas; Alra M Younr, NY;R Hoojch.Md; M Brnnn, SO; A McNo?e, V>x; J Morn!!, N Yj Mi?? A B Armstrong. A OCharle*, (ja: M Levy, NY; H Snyder, Va; S KoJofns, Md; H Thorpe, Tenn; W Hade, Kl. Kl RKWOOD HOUSE.?J R Jones, Pa; R Mu rrave, O: 0 I/Ookw?>o0, Me: A Hod?on?n<i ly, M<t; Kti!d?n.l)C; S SaJaand, I. Watkin*, NV; T R love, Ya; H Spring, Pa; L Brown. M<1; J K Ne?!', Pa: C Jardeua, Vv, J W liknuon, L'SJN; J Lnderririden, B W Berry, Md. OCEAN STEAMERS' SAILING DA YS Fboxthk Unitkd States. St'nmetM. Leave. For. Day*. Asia ..New York?.Liverpool Jnfy 4 Nmt York.?-N?w York... Bremen..... .July 1 Kangaroo New York. ..Liverpool July 1 Kuropa ...Boston. Liverpool.... July 11 Adriatic ........New York...Havre Jn'y 14 Teutoni*.. .New York... Hamhury July 11 JPersia.?York. I Ctna..? NewYork . l.iverpool .Joly 1? O-'klen Pioeoe. New York.. Galway July 19 f lion New York?.Havre...?. July 21 Arabia..... Burton Liverpool... .July 25 Vanderbilt ? .New York...Havre July *t PKO* Europ* Au<lo8axon Liverpool... .Port'and Juae3ft Golden Fleece. Galway...*.. New V ork...June A Pereia .Liverpool New York. ..June 4> Etta _ .Liverpool. .New York... J*ae A Puitou ? ? South pt??. .New York...June 2j Palestine Liverpool. ..Quebec...... Juae 25 Arabia.. ? Liverpool.... Boston JuneS' Araco .?.^.South'pton.-New York. .July 4 Bavaria ..... South'pton .New Yora July 4 Jura Liverpool N>w Y?nk . Jnly l?) The Havana mail ntf&mers leave New York oh the 2d. '.ifiti, I7th, and 77th of each month, and ChariMtoa ou cue 4tu and I9tti. ID9 California mail leave New York op tin srh and ?.th of ?v>' month Hf.GL'LAR steam packet line bbT\VEkN BALTIMORE AND. JT** la WASHING TO N.-Laave Com ineroe st. wharf, Baltimore, as fol-*"*"" ?D?AJio!?n Scats. ererr WEDNESDAY, at 6 p m. UL(]i?u,?T*r; SATURDAY, at 6 p. m. i/?av? iul?y's Wharf, at the foot of lltli street Washirut n, asfolows: Colchbi "every WEDNESDAY MORNING, ate. Dn*ojn> Stat*, every FRIDAY, about 12 mt or freight, fco., apply to fHpS. W. RILEY. Agent, Riley * Wharf, at Uefoot of a U TtTfim Utli ?t.. Washington OHN*S LIBRARY SERIES, INCLUDING toe Sandard.Ciassical. AnMq larian, Illuatra ted, Seiertifce. Philoiogioal, Eouiesiastical aad Briti?h ClaiMio Libraries. A series of Standard Work* accurately pnntad and at low prices New works a e added to the series every month. Any volume may be had separator, and hack volum-s eaa he always supplied. Tlk* uoatplete series kept oooataotly on haed bv r M1L.K * SOLOMON, M-tropohtaa Bookstore, 33-J Pa. av., bat. 9th and 10th ata. j# an >Me ??enta f'T l^aarenoe'i 8tatio?ery. PLKr. "LD RV K WH18KY.?On baud aevera brand of Pura Old Rya Whii ky. Cofjer Dla tilled ma^c by the moat rehab ediatillerain Peon flrania. Maryland and Virginia, warranted pure. Aieo n> ported Hrandiee, Henneaay, Otard, I?npuj # J?i??e Robins, k.o. Alao, Peach and Apfje Brau<ly, pure Holland Mia, old Jamaica ana St. Oroi* Pom, and Winea of every variety, all ol 'au<:ad brands A ohoiee lot of Cicara and Tobaoco YOl'NG A KEPHART, Asents, ap >?-iv Pa av.. hetw 9th ami toth ata. L'RKNCH LACK MANTLE? AND POINTS Para ol?, Auq *bv)*s, auU |8on Umbrellas, Jk sad, V^leacines.Swis*and* -?-? noiiivm ?.ujpu e.fcni French worked" ColVii, l.ifi n ''ain' rio, 9ru und Throad S-*t?. Co'm'd T?rlt?iC?n.brio. J%oonett, M? I. N?na*>< k ?r d P aiN Naatwik Mvslma. II >i > /?, ti'??* , ?iMiiti*'te?iiUoJi ;?t?k MitU, fcc. j* n 'fMJe ?W + AYLOE k Ht'TCHiaOW. Bacon * ravkn* andbtkinway * S ?v?- unnvftl ?i PUNO FoRTE^m^, of ?f! ?nd ?ix?a. Alan, rthfr mi>M. for ?*l- ?t IkfitJ *|fff ml? the anl? a*?acy. M KTZ ROTT*? Mo?icSt?r?. s^v.Tftl a.coiiil ha :d Pianos m beat order, oh*ap. . a ( hrap music;. . i /V lart?kj^ 'f*wie Pore?B*o4A?*np*?, Jbr?*>? at fcaff tno- f?.?r onlj, at th? Mu . w.a urmtnTt rfjhtc^kkina huns' supkkb pianos, i ?? *,i&W F. *LWIt,m Fi.ft* MISCELLANEOUS. MEMBER* OF CONORE^ OTHKR9 Who are toon to return to their homes, and who would add to the comfort aud beauty of their houses, are reepeetfnlly invited to our warehouse, Pennsylvania avenue. Market sfpaoe. No. 4, third door east 1 Ninth street, where they may find a full and complete assortment of? Ele*ant^Wilton^VeIvet Carpetings, from $1.25 to Rich English Brussels do. at from DO cts. to SI 10,. , Rich Imperial Three-ply, (2K lbs. to the yard,) at from 87/s cents to A 1.10, Splendid real imported Double Ingrain do., 7n to BOc. Very good do. do. do. at40to60c.. Also, all widths twilled a d plain Venetian do., for halN and passages, 25 to 75 cents. Also, elegant wide Oilcloths, for rooms, hails, passages, step*. Ac., which we cut out to order. Also, new style Cocoa and Canton Mattings, H ioh JLnri ATtAnairA mriAtT nf Vaiv'At inH RriiBiAly Rnrs ami Drncget*. in l*>rders and by the yard. Door Mat* ip uivat variety. Superior a-d very cheap All Linen Sheetings, Real Silicia Table lJaniask*, from6-4 to 12 4 wide. Table Cloth* in all sizes,3-41>J 8-4 to 12 4 by 24-4, Napkins to match, Also, Towellings, Toilet Quilts. and other Toilet Goods, in pleasing and (treat abundance, very' cheap. CURTAIN MATERIALS. Our stock of rich and appropriate materials for Curtains is not to be surpassed, in point of eiogaiwe, variety, and reasonableness of price, any wnere. We have? Elerant Satin Brocatels, which are nearly 2 yards wide, at from 62 oents to $6. Damask and Satin Laines. from50 oents to ,?2, Extra rich Embroidered Tapestry, a new article for curtains, richer than brocaiels. Reps and Turkey Clo.h*. in embroidered patterns and by theyard, at astonishingly low prices, Also, superb Embroidered I,ace and Muslin CnderCnrt&ins, at from 12J4 cent* to #3 per yard, And all the cornice*. Side Bands beautifully representing flowers and fruits, with rich Centre and I 1 r? t 1 /. . . I r?iuo v^orag, snu 1 itsneis ana unnps 10 maicn In consequence of the advanced ?tage of the reason, we have determined to rim off any of th? al>ove pool* at iust about the fust eost. and at pncet warranted to be legs titan the game can be had elsewhere. All good* sold to go to a distance wili l?e carefully packed for transportation and sent off free of extra oost. je W-10teo_ CLASKTT A DQ1)*QN. jyjAY lOlU, I960. OPENING or THK SEASON. MoDONNELL'S CATAWBA GINGER WINE. Our Grooers and Cjtixens will please Bear in Mind that The Season for this MOST HEALTHFUL AMD PURE BEVERAGE Is Now Open. The Agent in Baltimore Has Received A Large Stook And will be h&ppr to receive the orders of his Washington Friends. Quality Uwirantetd Strictly Fwe. jaj. McDonnell. General Agent, ma 1(1 tt ft j tr Haiti more. 275 A L kKN 275 JACKSON, PLASTEHER S , Pk?v vi Avvvrt Between l*?th and 11th streets. je 19 BINo. 660.] Y THE rRESiPKNT OF THE UNITED STATE*. In pursuance of law. I.Jamks Buchanan. President of the United States of Amenoa, do hereby declare and make known that public sal?s will he held at the under-mentioned Laud Offices in the Territory of Nebraska, at the periods hereinafter designated, to wit: At the La*d Offioe at Beownsvilli, commencing on Monday, the 6th day ol August next, tor the disposal of the puhiio lauds within the following townships, viz: North of th* bate lime atul east of the sixth principal meridian. Townships 1, 2. 3. 4, 5. and 6, of range 3. Townships 1,2. 3, 4, 5, and <5, of range 2. Tnwnshll>s 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. arid 6. of mum 1. North of the bast line and west nf the sixth principal meridian. Township* 1,2, 3, and 4. of range 1. Townsnips 1,2, 3, and 4, of range 2. At the I.and Office at ttaowxiviLLB, commencing on Moudaji the 20th day of August next, for the disposal of the publio lands within the following townships, viz: North of the base line and west nf the sixth prineipal meridian. Townships 1,2,Sand 4. of ranges. Townships 1,2, 3 and 4, of range 4. Townships 1, 2,3 and 4, of range 5. Townships 1,2. 3 and 4. of range 6 To#n?hips 1,2, s and 4, of range 7. Townships 1, 2, 3 and 4, of range 8. At the Land Office at Nebraska City,commencing on Monday, the 2f>th day of August, next, for the disposal of tne public lands within the follow ine townshiDS. viz : Xortk uf the ban line and *n*t of the fixth prinripal meridian. Township lb.and fractional township 17, of ranges Townships 7,8, 9, 1", 11.12,13, 14,15, and 16, and fractional township 17, of range 5. Townships 7, 8,9,10,11.12, 13, 14, 15, and 1G, and fractional township 17. of range 4. Townships 7, 8. 9, and 10, of range 3. At th ; I,and Office at Nfbraska CiTY.oommeno ing on Monday, the 27th day of Auguet next, for the disposal of the public lauds within the following townships, viz: North <if the base line and east of the sixth principal mend inn. Townships 11, 12, 13. 14, and 15, and fractional town?hips ifi and 17, of range 3. Townships 7, 8,9, lit, 11,12.13, M,and 15,and fractional township 16, of r*ng?2. Townships 7,8, 9,10, >1,12.13,14, and 15, and fractional township is, of range 1. At_theJjmn| Offica at Oma_ha City, commsncing on nioituaj, the 13th day of Aucust next, for the disposal <>f the public land* within the following township*, viz: North of the base lin*. and east of the sixth principal mtridtan. Townships 22 and 23, of range 8 Townships 22 and 23. of range 7 Townships 22 and 23, of range 6 Townships 22 and 23,11 range a Townships 22 and 23, of range t Fractional towuatup 17, ai.d townships 18,19.2", 21, 22, and 23, of range 3 Fractional township 16, and townships 17,18, 19, 2??, 21, 22, and 23, of range 2 F aotional township 16. and townships 17,18, 13, an, 21,22, and 23, of range 1. At the baud Office at Dacot&h City, commencing on Mondar. th*tith day of Angu-t next, for the disposal of the public lands within the following townships, rix: North of ihe batt hue mnd tan qf the sixth principal meridian. The part* of township 24 utside of the Indian iceermuon, ??i r;vil<e? e. 7. aru} 8 I lie parts of township* ^4,25, Jb, and '27 outside of he Inrtia-i reservation, and townships 28, 29, 80, 31 an* 3*. of range 6 i'uviiibipi 24t 2&i ?5>? ^7) 29, &nd 32, of range* __ Townships 24.25, 26, 27, 28.?, J?, 31. and 82. of rang* 3 _ Township* 24, 25, 26.27,28 , 29, 3D, 31, 32. and 33, of range 2 At the Land Office at Dacotah City, oonimen oiug on Mondav, the&ith day of August next, for the disposal of the pubiio lauds} within the foilowiug townships, viz: North of the bast line and east qf the tixth principal meridian. Trtwnshipa 24 25. 2b. *7, 28. 29,3?, 31,32, and S3, of range 1. North nf the base line and wst tfthe sixth print ipa meridian. Townships 2s, 2b, 27,2*, 29, 91, 31, 32, and 33, of rtnge 1 Townships 25 26, 2', 28, 29 . 30, 31,32, and 31, of v. luwitsmp* ?, a>, Z7, ~JB, ?), 3), 31,32, and 33, of rang* 3. Land Appropriated by law for the uae qf sohools, Indian, military, and other purposes, will be excluded from the ?a|ps. The offering of the alio ve lands will becommenoed on the days appointed, and will proceed in the order la which the* are advertised, until the whole ahall have been offered ami the sales thus closed ; but no sale shall l>o kept open longtr tkan two itttks, and no private entry of any of the lands will be admitted until after the expiration of the two weeks. Oivsn under m? hand,at the oity of Washington, this twentieth day of Aynl, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and sixty, JAMES BUCHANAN. By the President: Jos 8. Wilsos, Commissioner of the General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right o? pre-emption tO ail* OI the lliula within ' -?? _ ? ......... wow n IIOIM (IQ DUU paiM of township! above enumerated, i? required to establish the aaine to the satisfaction of the register a:d receiver of the proper land office, and make pkymeut therefor a? toou aa practicable alter seem* this notice* aad befor* the day appi>i r.u^l for the commencement of the public sale of the land* embracing the tract claimed; otherwise anch claim will be forfeited. JOS 8. WILSON. Commissioner ef tha General i,and Offioe. Not*.?Under the regulations of the department, aa heretofore and now existing, no pajment can be made for advertising erociamationa except to auch publisher* a* are tpeeiaity authorize to eublisk by the Connni'Mioner of the Genera! Uarxl Oflloe. ma J-W,ltw IVKW 8TYLB8 0PR1CH J KWKLHY?H. O* ? s? ih?t are wiabuii to e*trihnme anything i* hlsjlin* # TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. BRANCH. CHAneic or Hocus. ON AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, June 13th, 1880, tram? will run m follows: Leave Washington at? 20 and 7.40 a. m. Leave Washington it 3-?> and 5JO p. m. On Sunday at 3 30 p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4.25 and 8 40 a. m. Leave Baltimore at 3.15 and 4.20 p. m. On bandar at 4 25 a. ra. Faaaengera for the East will take trains at 6J0 and 7.4<) a. m and 3 2o p m. For the West at ? 40 a. m. and 3.20 p. m. ror Annapolis at 7.?o a m and a*1 p. m. For Norfolk at 7 40 a. in. On Saturday evening theS^n p. m. train com to PhiliKie pntaonly. i? 13-<1 T H. PARSONS. Acont. NEW ORLEANS IN TBRBB UiLYB WITH TB R CHOICE OF THREE ROUTES. illBHIHI ALL RAIL ROUTE, Via Orange and Alexandria Railroad TO LYNCHBUR8: Virginia and Tennessee. East Tennessee ana Virginia, East Tennessee ana Georgia, Nashville and Chattanooga, Memphis and Charleston, Mississippi Central, Nfio Orleans and Jackson, TO NSW ORLEANS! M KM PHISROITK: Memphis by Ra:i, thence b? First class Packets to iNew Orleans. MONTGOMERY AND MOBILE ROLTE: Montgomery by Rail, thenoe to Mobile by Firstclass Packets. Mobile to New Orleans by Lake Steamers TWO DAILY TRAINS?SUNDAYS Included. Len vr Washington at 6 a m nnd ?i j? in The Steamer GEORGE PAGE leave* her w hart foot of Seventh street at fiJi a. m. and 6^ p m. and connects at Alexandria with the Orange and Alexandria Trains for the Southwest. Office?Pennsylvania avenue, corner of Sixth st. BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH TO NEW ORLEANS. Lynohburr ?8 501 Memphis . .S3! no Bristol.. .1.50- Atlanta?^? 2fi 00 Knoxville .SOOil Maoon 28 <*> Chattanooga 24 mi Columbus 31 50 D&ltun ?4 *' Montgomery 31 M Huntsville .i.7 00 ) vra Memphis.12 6" Grand Junction.00 N.O.J via??. June 42 50 Nashville 26 6? I \ via Mobile.. .46 00 THIS ROUTE IS ENTIRELY MY RAIL and is J00 MILES SHORTER, and 24 HOtRSLESS IN TIME than any other lane? the Ljnnhbnrg Extension being now completed, as also the Mississippi Centra), making it the QUICKEST AND MOST PLEASANT ROUTE FOR SOUTHERN TRAVELERS' It is provided with First class Sleeping Cars! ( To New Orleans. 7a Hours. -ri u v j Memphis?^. 54 do. ) Montgomerr ?? 53 do. I Nashville . 16 do, VT Mill 4 1% K VTCt L'VPD DUG I u / I 11 ~ U C7- HIAlUaUU fx L?il iU C7 > I UDOC are taken over this Now Lute. Tickets ca? bo obtained at the *outh Western Office, oorner of Suth street and Pennsylvania avenue, to the follow inc point?Lynchburg, Bristol. KnoxviH*. At'anta, Chattanooga. Huntsvilie, Grand Junction, Maoon, Nashville, Dalton, Columbus, Montgomery, Mobile, Memphis, and NEW ORLEANS. ITT" THROUGH TIFKETS TO THE VA Rio us Virginia srhiyus. fC^Omnibuses and Baggage Wagons leave the office at 6 a m. and 6 p. m. JAMES A EVANS. Ticket \gent, ma 23 tr Corner Sixth st. and Pa. w. THE STEAMER JAS. GUY Will resume hei trips on TUESDAY, 21st of Jl,,u" ^ February. I860. Will !<*.av? VVA9iI-bfj2SK INGTON every TUESDAY and*""** FRIDAY, at6 o'olook a. m .and ALEXANDRIA at hail-paste o'clock, lor UUKKIOMAN and the intermediate Landings. On her return trips, ahe will leave CURRIOMAN every WEDNE8DAY and SATURDAY, at 5 o'clock a. m. LUCIAN 8. PAGE, Proprietor. NATH'L BOUSH. A?'t. Alexandria. fe ji PFOR NEW YORK. AS8A6E, rNCMTDlN? MEAL8 AND STATEROOM. tT.ftO. The New York and Virginia Screw Steamship Company'! new and elerart steamship fTmn MOUNT VERNON,Capt.T.C.SmiCh,42fJ? will leave the Coir pan y ' Depot, Wei tern Wharves, atlWt'clooka. in. every WEDNESDAY, and the Company's Depot, at Alexandria, at So'olook p. m. eamedar. Passengers from Washington and Seorgetowc can take the coaoiiee oorneoting with Alexandria steamboats or railroad, which leave the oorner ol 7th street and Pa, avenue hourly, or they oan leave on the steamer from the Western Wharves at 11 'olock a. m. State rooms oan be engaged on application t? Messrs. Morgan <fc Rhinehart, Western Wharvee Freight win be received up to the honri of depar tare. 17 Insoranoe will be effected on all goods by this line at the 0*00 or the Company at X per oast premium. The accommodations tor paasenrers by this line are in every respect first-c ana, and every effort wil be made to render thia 00 m mum cation with New York an agreeable and healthful one. For freight or passage apply to FOWLE A CO., Agents, Alexandria. H. B.CROMWELL & CO., ael-ly 86 West sC. corner Albany, New York. DENTISTRY. 7 M LOQMJ8, M. D.. the inventor and patentee I of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH. ai^Mk tends personally at hie office in this city, m/tmm Many persons oan wear these taetli who**"33* cannot wear others, and no person oan wear others who oannot wear these. Persona oallini at my office can be accommodated with any style and price of Teeth they mar desire; but to those who are particu.&r and wieh the purest, oleanest, strongest. and moat perfect denture that art can produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be more fully warranted. Roonu in this city?No. 336 Pa. avenue, between *th ana 10th sts. Alio, 907 Aroh street, Pmladel phia. oo 1-ly D DENTISTRY. R. RILLS, after a practical teat of two yeara, feels that he can with confidence reoom-^M|k mend the Cheoplastio Prooeea for inserUn^niRM artifioial teeth It has the advantages oP""" strenftn, beauty, cleanliness, and cheapness. Fall usper sets inserted for 3*. Partial in proportion I Office 306 Pa. arenas. re i SjilKOfl'J fMACNOLlifMACiiOLI? LSK We offer for sale th?* abovn standard brand of Id* Coaper-Distilled-Malteri Rye Whisky, in bairela ana nalf-barreia. A? it la or our own diatilla tion.and highly improved br ace, we oonfrientij reooinmend it aa the rnas?>T and best Whisk y tiiat oan poaaibly be distilled. We aleo nffer oar OLD FAMILY RYE WHISKEY, and other branda, from the largest atook of Fine Whiakies in the United Statea FREEMAN k. 8IMP8ON, Phoenix Distillery, on the Sehoyikill river, Phila Offices? 96 Wall atreet. New York ; and 109 80 Jth Frost atreet, Philadelphia. mar 29 ly ^OOI OUT FOR PAIN T No. 419 SEVENTH STREET. ronr voort South of (Mi yellows' Hill. H. W. HAMILTON baa opened a PAINT SHOPand PAINTSTORKon the Nev York plan, where can alwara be found PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, BRUSHES, Ac., Ac.,at wholesale ami retail. MIXED PAINTS FOR SALE, Ami) BtrfKKTs with Bbushks to Loan! N. B.?Particular attention paid to Hou?e, Sign, Ornamental Painting ai d Graining. ftained and Enamelled Giaaa of all kind* alway* on hand, or furnished at ahort notice. He warrant* satiafaotion in all wo<-k entrusted to hid care, and it confident that he can do work a* cheap, if not oheaper. than an* other natnbliahinent in thi? citr. Give him a call. Don't forget the number?it is $14 Seventh it rent. niaiotf PUTTY IS DOWN. WASHINGTON CAR RIAGE FACTOR Y. ? ? D Slrert, Bttwtc* 9 tk and 10 tk Sir ret*. We fare iuat finiahed a number^ firat. olaaa CARRIAGES, atioh aa Light fancy Wagon', Park P Stat on*. family nir wEB^; riant*. ami Bug*l?l. wliiok we will noli .> W r IK-! ft ver- mall prnlt. Beinc praot o&l m?ohanio? in diffarant hmnoliM of the buiUMH, we natter ouraelvea that we know theatyleeaad ea?u>/ of work that will (lv? ?ati?faotion, combining hghtneaa, ooinfort and darabilikep&irlna promptly and oarefully attandfd to at Cnaohmakera, anooeaanra to Wn, T. Hook. < ap 5ff-4ly __ CHICKKKING * 8ON8' WORI-D WIDK fluee PI aN<>&, for aele ?n?y a* JOHNvlT EL S06 Pa. aeMnue. toetw<^n #th and tftth ?ta Alao, Piano* for hire bytke d*j, week,or Month, upon aaejr tor ma. -w . . ??r*at tarraiai i? ?pa^ head Ptenoi., >j|? a yif*V NICK CHIOTKRIN6 *IXNO, jjX^alt^oit^naw^at f jg^Por ^a at MEDICINES. W PURIFY THE BLOOD. ITH Corrupt, disordered or vitiated blood, yon must be sick all over. It may buret not id p>mpjes or eoree, or in lime active drseaee, or it roar mere Iv keep yon listlees, depressed and good for nothing. But you cannot bave good health while your blood le impure. AVER'S SaKSaPAKILLA purges ont these mpuritifte and stimulates ti:e organs of life into vigorous action, restoring the health and expe'ling disease. Hence it rapidly oures a variety of complaints winch are caused bv impurity of the biood; su has Scrofula (or Kiars r.v{l.) 1 amors, Uloers, Sores. Eruptions. Pimples. Blothes, Biles. St Anthony s h ire. Hose or Er> sip?ia?. Tetter or Salt Kheum. Soate Head, K mgworrn. Cat.oer or Canoerous fumun, Sore Kjm, Female Disease*, ?uch as Retention, Irregularity, Suppression, Whites, Sterility, Syphilis or Venereal Diseases, Liver Complaint and Heart Diseases. Try AVER'S SARSAPARILLA.and see for yourself the surprising activity with which it cleanses the biood and cures the disorders. AVER'S CHERRV PECTORAL is so iniversally known to surpass every other remedy for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Intiuensa. Hoarseness, C oup. Bronchitis, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of Consumptive Patents in advanoed ?ta?ei of the disease, that it is useless here to re count the evidence of its virtue. The world knows them. AVER S CATHARTIC PlLLS-for Costivsness, Dysrepia. Indigestion. Dysestery, Foul Stomach, Jaundice. Headache, Heartburn. Piles. Rheumatism, Dropsy. Worms, and in short for ail the purposes of a purgative medicine. Prepared bv J. C. AVER A CO., Lowell, Mass , and sold by all Druggists everywhere, je 21 eolm TT XI. d? "JL" HriVIIEWELL'S UNIVERSAL COUGH REMEDY, For all Throat and Lung Complaints, from Common Coughs to Actual Consumption. HUNNEWELL'8 J l W L Y (ELEHRATED The Natural and Sure Rmitdy for all Nervous Complaints, From Neuralgia through all cases where Opium was ever used to that of Delirium Tremens, aud the oominon chief cause of iiiscase 1.088 OF 8LEEP. The Tola Anodyne, though containing not a particle of Opium, produoe* all the rfqiiiremeiits of, and mar l.e imed mall oasea wherever Opium was used without producing anything l>ut Cures, and leaving the patient in a perfectly natural a.ate. The Universal Gougn Remedy, (freed from ah the common obirction of ?ough Remedies, which Broduce nausea or prostration,) may be considered le common enemy to ail Throat and Lang Complaints, and used with perfect impunity. Asking all to court from proprietors or friends the most severe investigation of both ReniMies, and reading of our pamphlets to be lound with all dealers. ana more particularly to purchase only of those who oan be depended upon, we wait in confidence the decisions of Patients and Physicians. Pnoes within reach of all" GENERAL AGENTS. J. \V. Hcnnkwkll a Co., 7 and 8. Commercial Wharf, Boston, Gko. Hi:n*kwell, 113 Water st., New Vork, Unjter the special supervision of JOHN L. HIIN NEWELI*,Cnemist and Pharmaoeutist. Boston, Mass., whose signature covers the co'ksofthe genuine only, audio whom address all communications. t<oid by ail respectable dealers everywhere, and all the Druggists in Washington and Georgetown, mar 26 eo.r Wolmhnlil'a a nnllino Pranorofinn aaviauwavi a uvuuiuv A x v pni?MVUi " HIGH I,Y CONCENTRATED" COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU, A Positive ?iid Specific Remedy Fur Di?*ases of the II LA DDF.R , KIDNEY'S, GRAVEL,and DROPSICA L SWELLINGS. This Meaioin* increases the power of Digestion, and excites the AB^OB BKrSTS into heathy ac tion, by which the WATERY ??R CALCEROUS UepoAitLon&? and all UMNATl'RAi- KNLARGExMENTS are rcduoed.as well a* PAIN and INFLAMMATION, a"d?i8 good for MEN, WOMEN, OH CHILD RES. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT RIJCHO. For Weakn????? Arisine from Kxceues. Hahits of Dissipation, tar;j Indiscretion or Ahuse.. AitfttJtd with ike .foliowtnt Symptoms :? Indisposition to Exertion, Los# of Power, Lowcf Memory, Difficulty of Wreathe*, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision. Pair in the back, l'ni"er*al Latitude of the Musou'ar System. Hot Hands. Flushing of the B >!y. Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions on the Face, PA1.LID COUNTENANCE. Tlsese symptoms, if attorned to go on, whioh this medicin* invariant removs, soon follow* JMPOTENCY, FATUITY. EPILEPTIC FITS, In Onk or Which thk Patent may Expire. Who can sav tbat they are not frequently followed by those "DIREFUL DISEASES." "INSANITY aND CONSUMPTION." Many are aware of the cause o( their suffering, B L'T NONE WILL CONFESS. THK RECORDSOFTHfeflNSANR ASYLUMS Ani the M'tnneholy Death* by Co*>umptton B?ar ample witness to the truth of the assertion, thk ( Institution onck affected WITH ORGANIC WEAKNESS Requires the aid of medioine to strengthen And Invigorate the System, Which H*lmbom>'s EXTRACT BUCHlf M?r?r?ab/v dots. a trial will coiltflci thk most skeptical. FE M A LES?F? mtl ES?FEM ai ES. OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OH CONTEMPLATINU MARRIAGE. IN MANY AFFECTIONS i ECULIAR TO FEMALES, the extract Biifhn is unequally by any other remedy, as in Chlorosis or Retention Irreguiaj-ity, Pamfalnoss, or Suppression of Cue tomary Evacuations, Ulcerated or Scirrhous state of the Uterus, I.euoorrho?a or Whites, Sterillity, ?nit fnr tL \ AnmnlAinti inni^nut tha a * arising from indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the DECLINE OH CHANGE OF LIFE. *zr SYMPTOMS ABOVE. NO FAMILY SHOUiili BK WITHOUT IT Tnk no more Baham, Mercury, or unpltarant Medicine for unpt-isnut and Dn*gerou* litfrasts. HELMBOLi>'8 EXTRACT BUCHU Ct?M SUCRE I' DISEASES In all their Stages. At uttie expense; <iUie or no chance in Diet; No inconvenienoe; And no Ezronure. It raases a fr*?uent desire an i tives strength to Urinate, thereby Removing obstructions, I'reve'itin* anii onriuc Strictures (if the Urethra. Allaying 1'ain and inflsmniatiuc. so frvquent n th-> olas* nl dis^as^* aud expelling a It foifonouf Dutasrd. and teotn out Matter. THOUSANDS VfON THOUSANDS WHO HAVK BKJtN THE VICTIMS OF QUACKS. and wh'i hav- paid h'?ryftes to be cured in a short time, have f, >und th*y were deoeived. and that the POISON" has, by the use of "powerful as TBisoKNio." t?een dried up 10 the ayntem, to break out in a-n **iravated form, ai d PERHAPS AFTER MARRIAGE. I'm Wklmbold's Fxtkact BccHUfor allafleotiona and diseases of th* URINARV ORGANS. Whether existing in MAi.C OR FF.MALK. From whatever cau-e originating and no matter of how long standing Disease* ofthese organ* reuoire the ai' of a Z>mr?fi HKLMB" ?LD'S EXTRACT BUCHU IS THE t>B KAT DIURETIC. And i? certain to have the desired eflect in all DiaeasesFOR WHICH IT IS KECOMMKNUKD. Evidtnc of thr mo.-t nUnbU nnd respon title charter will aooompanv th? medicines CERTIFICATES t?F CUBKS. t'rr>m 8 to 20 years' ncnd'nt, With Names isows to SCIENCE AND FAME. Prtre SI OO per bottle, ?r ill far 00 Delivered to any Addrewj, securely packed fr ? observation. Dkkckihk Symptoms in all Commitjmcatu?ji!? lore* Guaranteed! Advice Gratia!! AFFIDAVIT. tl ?11 * I -A" * m i*ppc?r<-u iwiorf me. I'J AHjarmBD OI hecity of Pni ade!pb:%.H. T ilKLMBOLD.irhoheinir duly sworn, doth aay. hia preparation* cu tain no narcotic, no meroury. or o her injurioo* drura, but are purelr v?>jttaVl?. U. T. HkLMBOLD. Sworn and subscribed before ine. this 2vi day of November. 1854 WM. P. Hi B HERD, Aldrrtran. Ninth etreet. above Race, Phi la. Addrea* letter* for information in confidence to H. T H ELM BOLD, Chemiit. Depot, 104 S<>utti Tenth at , b?t Che* nut, Phi 4. BKWARKdF COUNTKiPKITS AND UNPRINCIPLED DfcALF.KS. Who fndc&tor to dupiiM * or their own and "other" ariicLks o.i thr reputation attained BT HelmlioWa Genuine Preparation*, " " Extract Rucbn, ' " " Sarsapari'la, " " Improved Rose Waeh. Sold l?j S. B. Waitb, 3US Seventh atreet, and 8. C Foru, Jr , corner Penn. avenue ai.d Eleventh street, ANb ALL DRrOGISTS EVERYWHERE, ASK FOR HfcLWHOLD'S. TAKE NOoTHEk. Cut out the ad vertiaement and send lor it. AND AVOID IMPOSITION AND EXPOSURE, an 4 eolv WASHINGTON YV (FIRE) INSURANCE COMPANY. Avtnue and Tenth. Strut. I.~c7 MbGUlRE, President. O. D HANSON, Secretary. m* 7-notr H OWE'S I.UPROVfcD WEIGHING SCALES Thes? SotOea are offered to the eaWio m the moat simple, darable, aim reliable aeaieeever r .it in n?e. FiratcIms premiums have be? awardedUimb by the United StatesPair and Virginia Afiou:tur&I Sooiety; Viretnia State Arnaolturv Pair; Frank.in Institute Fair, Pennajlvanit; New York state Fair; Vermont State Pair. A?., *c. In overt eaee where xniDtwi *o r?ow?M tint olaaa premioma ***of ?aTert deU-lt K? c PATTlftON. Atent. Members of congrf.?8 and others about leaving the oily afaouid oaii aol? exara'oe our irrat a took of Pianoa Chiofcennc & *ona' groat factory, aa alao*" m* * a number of rood aeoond-l>aH. nearly new Pianoa, ICalodenna, Gaitara, Plataa, Violina, Banjo a, Tambortnea, Aooordeona, Mu.10, M uaio Wooka.kc ,ke. / m . JOtiNP BLXJ8, J* 21 1M P*. ?., b?t. *U ?nd 10th aU. lA/4BBIN?TON BKWIN# lOOSltf. MM ftM* Wart* a/ >*. iw. Now ia Ui? tinad to jet SPRING and AUMMKB ?H!RTS n^de t) to ordw. The snb?cnb?r n pr*s^sSem^mss fttu-tf ft O, MOTH MI8CKLULNEOU8. . linje > (/ \ (^ ? DISPATCH! \ ^ N^/^Safe th_e_ Pierci! if mtexdtMty will k*rr*n. "i* to rtmhutd fmmtlttt, it ie Tery deeirabie to bar* i<>iiMh?M and convenient way for repairing FuriuUr?. Tor*. Crook 017 Ac. SPALUI*?'? PKfcPAHI D ?Lll meeta ail auoh and n<> hou?eho?d can afford U) be without it. It it alwar* ready and up to the atieking point. There i? no longer a neoea it* for limping rhaire, ap.intered reneere. headleae doiia. and broken cradle*. It la 1 art the urt'icne for one, shell, aud other orr.anierual work, eo pops ar with ladi*? of refinement and t&ate. Thia admuaUe preparation ia ased ?old. being obemioally held in eolation, and ^oaaeaaing all the aiaable *ua,itie? of the beat cabinet maker*' flue. It may be need m the place of ordinary maci age, being vaetly more adheeire. * USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." Frit*, fc oonti N. B.?A tirnah aooempaniea each bottle WkolttaU D*rot, No. 4*? Cedar etraot, New York. Addreae HENRYC~itPAL0IN6 4 CO.. Box No. 3,9?, New York. Pat op for Dealera in Ctm oontainin* Four, Richt, and Tweive D?sea?a heaatual LiUotrapfc o ?how Card aocompa&iimt each packace. (JTT A aiutle bottle of SPALDIXH'S PRE PARED GLVE will aave t*n time* tU ooat an Dually to ererr hou?ot,>.d._/~Tl Hold by all ajuinunent StttUonare. Drucm?U. Hardware and Funntare D^a era, Grooera, and Fancy !*Cor?a. Country merchant* shoolu make a note of SPAL DING'S PtxETAIiEB HL VE. whet, making up th*ir li?t. It w>"i tJtf.'l unv Himat*. 1A-1? / ^JJJJKTSIS? U^ARO \l AT|CT\I M f ^falK^is^ l JL 7%99 W 4iwfcpv ?/W?- y I 0fiC fr* Of b* ((i? I'll*U*+ ? V^rty rw.>v/***X ?7<10 . 3yw/?.?f VM/IIK Kf',rn,*~<l hf X p& $cy r!?S<! /v^5?yiq'i / ?n yf??< amtttna n t+ir* ^ i lU' 6?t 'iU !'?//*? Wk*akr+% 09 V, jU*?9 9oid h?tie H- ff> o?''r. '' U . ^ comms^rf' ! / . fA' / - < / irniny uiw rlfj <(Jf ll* 1'hu* a? l I.'I JffitciMi M 5S^ $ _ . \ ps IcSS^SSSI! \y? &/ + CAUTION. PURCHASERS SHOULO BE CAREFUL IN PURCHASING THE VALLEY WHISKEY TO SEE THAT IT IS MOUMUinilU WITH THE SIGNATURE OF ON THE AN IMITATION AND A COUNTERFEIT OF THE ABOVE WHISKEY. WM.HJDALY, SOLE! PROPRIETOR 19 SOOTHWILUAM ST NEW YORK. FOR SALE IK irA.SHl.XaTO\ BY in* 23 6w BARBOUR A. 9EMME8. L~ IGHTNIN6! ~ LIGHTNING!! LIGHTNING:!! In Timi op Piaci, Pkspakk po* Was ! F. La BAR RE, SoulKtttft rorntr qf I'ltkam i C.'tf., Mastfactckeb of PLATINA T1PPKL> LIUHTMING RODS, Reap^ctf^ll.y annoonoea to tne public of Washington and vicinity that he if prepaied to >x*cuic a.i ordara for erecting Luhtmng Conductors on tbe moit approved *o;entifio principle*, cnatrooteii >) the vei * l>eat of materials, on very moderate terma. All I'latina tipp'd Point* whiohare manufactured by me will l>e stamped with ir.y name. Weathar V?ne? of any d?i{D mvn to ?>r<ler, mar 39 Sin ARAFFINF. OIL, TIIE CHEAPEST LIGHT KJfOK'.V We a'e row reviving Paiaffiiie Oil direct from the work* in we*t-rn Virginia. The ^na'iity of it ta excellent, producing a MmIt, brilliant and 'eaiitifu. light, and more pleaanut to th" eye? than gaa tight. This Oil is free from alteration, and ver? much more eoonomioal than many of the Coal Oil* u*od at thia time. I ir?" It is in no way exp osive. We kfvD aiso a supply of the i?o?t approved sty .eg of Lamps, fcc., f->r burninr this Oil. KING fc PURCHIvLL. A rents for its sale for thr District of Cvlumh^a, Comer fift^nth st. and Vermont av. Groat Kanawha Coal and Oil Company, mil 11 HT CAIUUAGE8. 1 HE osor:t.er harinf mad* ad?.itt>ona to ti factory, making it now ope ofthe in the District. wnere his facilities fo? BKWft roanutacttmn/CARRlAGK k WAGONS or all kinds can not be surpassed, attc I frwa bis lone experience in the biainea*, he hope? to fire tsneral satiafacuon. ?l\ kind* of Carnages ac4 L;jfct Waroi.. kept ? i hand. A!'. REPAIRSneat'y dene.andal! erflers prsnil I iy attended to. i S*oeu4 aaai Carrlar?? taxeo in ex nanie 1c ae* BM. ANDREW J. JOYCE, 4 II H mmv ?f Itik >ihI V ?ta Five hundred traveling trunks arrived thia dm-, enifr^oinr >11 <nai Mim tiea a:id aii?a of Sole l,?atli*r, La<iie?'fi* *t* Dree* and Packing T'unka. Our triiuk^"^*^ aalea room exhibit* fU thia Mm" the tr-at^t var i?*tt of traveling req uimu?b at moderate piicea. to he found thia aide of New Vork. Alan, ever* deacria tion of LADIES* HAT BOXES. VAL1CE&. CARPET BAG-*. SATCHELS. *e. [Tl^Old Trunks remaned or taken in exchange for new cues. WALL, STEPHENS 4 CO? Tiuiia oa e? Room. mar 31-tf n*-''i Pa. avenue. Plumber an1? oa^ VIt^er, Puiluarmokic Hall, South sidt of Pa. ?c? west of Elrttnih $t? Will introduce Water and Ga# upoa Ui** n>o?t favorable terms. Ir. S.?1 have on hand a lot of COOKING STOVES, and a* 1 desire to oloaa ttiem out. will sell them at ooat for cash. ma 7 ? LKOTRO-PHYflOLOGV ANDKI.KCTKO The ra.peutic*. ahowin* the beet method* for medic*! naea of Eleotrioity,by Alfred C Gar ratt, M.D.I vol. Bvo ; pnoe 9* Tiie South Mde View of Slavery, by Nehemiah Adams. D D , I vol . ?noe ">5 oenta. Lucille, by Oven Metrdith, 1 vol., Mae and gold, rioe TS aerta. Part ( of Tom Brown at Oxford; pnoe IS wi ll. For aate by BLANCH/ K i> A M< 'HI N, je IS Corner gfllth at.. aad Penn. ave. RS. SCHOOLCRAFT 8 NKW NOVKL.I The B'aok Gauntlett. a Tale of Plantation Life in South Carolina, by Mr*. Henry R ?V;l?o#loraft. wife of the loUiau Historian Pnoe ?1.25. J nit publiahed and for aale at PBILP k SOLOMON S Met .-op itaa Bookstore, * 33* P*. av., bet.Kh and Kith ata Sole A (enla for Laureaoe'a Celebrated Foreign Stationery je It ( *. 0. uiui. ?. i. Hon. | AMAA.MOTV* AUTRY. U ATTORNEYS -AT LAW SftSP8&0A* !^ad? UieCoiuUof U>? W?fi,:t Jnd'cia. I?:?tnet afMi? BMMMVii! kttrci to the CaUMttM of ClUM tkfa^vtwivt ?W# ^AFt*. M % W IACOB RKKD, r Mairvrarrtrtnor MILITARY CLOTH I PI ?, Bovtuut Coixn 8bco*d ?kp Braves ?* ., PHILADELPHIA. MILITARY CLOTHE FPU WALK 12,000 citk^4%m^x 4# fur oar !p? t " tb? Wn. IT flw?M ?t.. tioortol. wt rVflNT CflBflBT Tft ri I I AM ?Miirn I Knuaoin tnv? % ?" DAKERf* BUTTE* IN BAI.TIMOKE?Wa I> oan at all w in oftb? year iiffl? ?oa IrtUi mry ?r*o? of 13uttar ??i oho??*. W*l art >m? mv mIov ai In o*iU. mi) l*m u>at up ui U? ^"^^^^"kLLICOTJ ft. BKWKS. 1 M IiiMin Plaoa, Haiti wora. M8D1CIWKB. D* ,#BTE?ft?oRi LOCK HOiriTAL, Nm Di?t0i*?4 tMs mort Ctrtmm. S*m4 w?Jy Xy#rfM; K??M> * (i? wwM, PGR ALL DISEASE* OK lMPRlDKNCKw LXr JVO #*ls* DtiiCArr p#Jir**r APPLY IMMKl) ATKLY. A CVRK WARKAVTSP. OR HO CHAROM, IN FROM ONk TO TWO DAYS. WHkiN) af It( latl. fcntiMM ilNMMifM 4*4 (.Mlti, l>W<JU(|M IWMMf IMIIJ in, IHtMMt. Ux(?U u? Bpinu. ( ? fMMI mt Idea. j. T?? IVibi ft Biftv Of ImMikh. (?* * ??. Tkra>t Rmi h Ik AfitUr trfttl Ltt ft I vrntkM tkMi Tirritii IWiitn truiuf nm Irmtr? ( T**'.k?(.; llfiiitu: *t 4 Dnv<cu>i Pr-< i" m *! :? (11 Mirrit|< nupwaik *. >a4 i? ? Wn 1*4; u4 MM TUVNu MBit Bap*ciall* wfca fc??? lici?i ai 'kiim tf ??*** ?? ?, Ikat draadfa and ilirniu?* kakit mci ?u*t? f *Mfa la U WIIIXIII (KM ? 4* ? V?.| Ma Ml a| kill I' I ? fci . .! >> ? ' M I r>-iit<N ka?a otfuitl i*i*>inf HUM > U? i H'ma'M HMia Villd la >UUlf ik? If r?, ?r?? Ml' fH #ai im| MAlllAtl HiUlIB rui M m )m(H? HWafKUtilk. Hu imnair f*?*.?al tHUM.M|Uit tlaklUtf, d?f?r>nMi?? Ac .*(? '? >rad wh# p|?CH kimttftrMi Ik* Hn af Pi ) m; whf n?< -o?M? la k luut ? j???. ?** aad M?I?hiI; *aa kM itlU U pk?*lCta* urf K ?.ii. iium riruux urtrtr, lafk ka?d ?i4* fpn.( (m Ii.uimti _. f? w d*.r. h?? Ik* tmt it FmI r,?< i**to*r>* mm* iiaMi feature a*i ka paid aa? aaataja a auap. _ na yuBMroa, ? in VI |?? I f" PWTJWW, Bvrw. (NO ar.I af tM MM MIMM C?! ( ' ? tha C liHM llUM, u>4 IM ftwlti p*ri af ?> ?? lif* ka? bM<i m Um ha* pitaia ?f \p> Pun, PtitUii* pMfc &- 4 liMvUrt, tat ftfc'Wd MM of lb? MM rtfM tfeat ? >< a??rlm*c;au; traaMad ?idi n g\ g w (? ba?4 h4 m>? vkm ultir; ?ra?t xritwi *u <> >.( *,?ra>?* a< i?1? IMndl. hoaMi *<a?? |M( t|i((iM kam vitt 4an?f a*ant ?f w>4, ? ? caratf ibbwuimi takk pa.btk'buar motick. Taanf Mai. *..a Mlitn vbo t?i u ma-aaal*a? ?? a Hrvui praeuc* lUIIflD IS *b?1 *.* .*? b*b;l l?*rn?d Inn ??i. u.p* < tr it Kind, it* iIkh f Mch in hK t?? ?hmt |u;Mr, w< if w t*nl. ? * ? a??rn?f* nfw?iM. w< 4 *w?y? b*o < u/ k*4*, tkoait TT'T ??l*T Ti.NI ?r* IWM of th? *?d ikd m*?icb?l? tfacM lrt4M(4 t; Mfl? batata ?f ?n'Ji ? ? : Wok ?m "f tb* (act >< Unib*. Pud* m ih* H*ad. I).* of i?f Mhii ii Povar, l*>ipciti?< a?f tli* Mur Nar??aa ImuMil it. IUr.i,( .i.#i.: of tb* Mij**u?? rwcjmmm, tiiitrn DakiMy. fmpumt of Cm.aa 'ty aiar. Ac. yi KMTALL V ? T- faar^kl tka m,m4 ih ki?I h ka ra^ad - Loaa of Ma anara. V'MifMitr i4 I4*ki, lUpfiiii? af Ifir'i. IC'il Ftrbt 'iiip. A'tmw t hlf Hairtn. ut?rf Valucda, Tiaudi-*. ait ui mm* lk? *^i,a m dkcad NKRTOC0 PMlkiTT -Tktwiota tu aa? ?1ja vk? k*MNH?f(kw daeltMag kwhk ? i|?. ki Muiaf vol. p? k. Mmw tud iihci?t*C.> *n?j iin|kii? tpp?uu>ci ako*- tba aaaa, roar* or **< p-a.a a< -*n??n-n>.. DllfcAlU or IMr&ODKNCk. Wk*o tk? renfatdad * i iir j radata t?u.n tf |iIhmn ha h?i ih>> ifcal tba af thia f mfai it tw rfia? h?Ff >f an tl! lunii of bust er dr*a(* o' incom dtt*ra him froft ?ppl**"f ?a ?* >?* aha, fr?~? tdtciiiM uf raapec'.ability, cm afoi.a bafnand hiir Ma fell* nit it* bu rta of ifi. ><.b< cud 4**>f<.i?f rrk".*udar* a he, n,c?p?ka *f 'kni^f iich bii p*'iD!?ry **V*t*ifc*, k**p hup tr'lf.f m?' t arrar nwnn, rt > imi ?a -r>a (an ?i ? tnintJ, ai d in !? >? Vrawnfc ramtd kitltfe ta i'|? ? ? hm falling <>>? pp?M -" i.t; or 'ba L>| 'that 4aa*;? pwaaa . Mar try. kaatan tha caKttitnunbal ?rrntoma ' rnWn diHu>,nctu B?n. T Hi, R?i kin.4c . pr^rrtttu g 91:* 'r rapidity,''!1 daat* fan t pan? ?? ()' artatffa! ivltr -fi t? ?? 4" g kic t* Un tt iiac*??'?ti cmkvt fr?a ?Hom Mara* ei tnttln rium ML iomiopiitMEDv r<?* ahr. IlllW* AITD IMPOTLWoY Br tin |r?ii ted ulmbui ra*ad; MkNHt'tki Nltti tri apttdily carad *i>a 'a. ?ifar m wi< Tbaaaud* ??ttr Ml Mrrow ?n4 d?kil??tttf, *! kit IMt til kap?, fcaac immadiatal? rana*ad All itapailuaaau t? Ntmi|l Pfeyai?al Kiwi OlaMtl' lutitui. I<m af Pr?tr??u?? Pt?n, HiMni imitMlk* Vranblmf and VMkyMiM bbAMuw af ifca aaai faafte Mad apaaadil; carad *l*D'>R*rMEJITOf TBI FtEK Tif M'NV THOlB*Nill :u(J t'.IM '.r.vtaa alAfe lt? Ik; ii'iHint *a?ra utd ika i.a ?roa? 'mparir la-t w> fxrijoM parfaruad tj Pa. Jataaat . ? !. aaaad a* > rapar.ara af tha f?fara aid raia* aifcar taraaaa aa ,taa * a^r.li ba*a ?pj aarad mg- ud i|?i tafara tea tatlii. ka hit aiaiiC | ? |in; ?ti* af i'uicii'ib! ihm i a. n?. ia aSr.iar.t p-ru n< ta i*a ? *<ad )u> M K Urn. 4. du? p-r. i? IMPERIAL WISE BITTERS. Are now beiuc uird fr< ?? M?n.?tu the l>f?l Mit l*aiie. a>. 1 the iv?-sn va-'tiioi t a. who m? t eijirrh?rMim?rfwi*' <>r a- a ' ' rat* la that th?j tr? unaurpM?vj id tji? *?>rid |?r. IXxli i?ee<? thein iu ot?aa(u!:T m hie pracfoe for 3S * ear* M?ra we pure i.mod of h it the ?..,e \( lit t?i n>* i. ufactu and pro?-ont them |.>r ?a e to tii* pu:>u- I- < r ?K*cu-e of Ii:oipient Couautnprion. Dya pepaia, Piles, Nervuu* Inaea ea. I- eiwa e C?>n plaint*. and all dmm rMinriug a u>mo, th*v ar? tie > ..ud d.u t?t a nwat n. va ua??.? rem??i,. ah j? frop their medicinal pr>>j>erti?a tiie> are a pure, wive B'-me and de ijhtfV Beverace. p'..tl?ifuif a the p.ea?ant e*hi>-at tie effecta >.f Bn?' .ly or W mr vi'mliii,... 1 - i. w i ^uvrw ?11 \-i > i nj u i i < ' *1 r W " IT-; K ' I ''' *! * tiuiufcuty ar.d alalvooatei of temperance im?' u? iii ?r?e?evn \-c t?>f Hitter for the mm?ro< potx-nt and adwiitralMt Ltftur' with which the cmjit > i* flooded, and Wieretij el feo'ua.1* in l>an shing Ln ?? * ? Mid Drut>k?i>??i from the land. CHARLKf WIDOIFIF.LD A CO. Proprietors, 7" Wii.iam street. N*w l ork. J. >> 'H\V AR7.K Areot. Wuhirttk'D, D. C. PR. J BOVFK IM)D ?' IMPERIAL GIN FITTERS, For Diseases of the Kidney*. R a?'.der and I'rinar* Organs. and e?peota4i> for FmmU* Obstructions, never fail to cure, Mid are warranted to (ire >au> faotioa. CHARLES WipniFIKI.P A CO.. Proprietors, 7? Wi t.ain at., \rw ,'orh. J. M'KWAIZG. je 7 I T,r A rent. V\ ashinctnn. D. C. Highly important to all; hi US (VpX'S INDIAN VEUKTAbl.K DECOCTION. It is w*il known tfi*? in the fprin? p#op*? fc<* more apt t<> iwnlmot di??a*? than ?t ?r.y oth?Mrtnt; a. 1.0 it ir. w?i! ko?wn ihnt th? wnj <& * ? m t? k<**p tb* blc??d pure, fur ' *.' th? ills th?t flesh ic L???r to." iria* from impurity <?ftV blood, the mmn epnr.c of<>nr eciatrao*. It la. therefore, important U?*ii thai theey?t?*n. Should he Uior<.ilj.fc.? ' (Si.Ml R'ld purified, and mil oaii im> aon? in Use mort ti \ ?ki l>? lieu c A/fcS m. rors j .\ hi a y v m etaHlI. Wf COCTIOy, the l**?t remedy dieooveret! for ti.e cure ol d'.eea*?Ni of Skin, Kryu: ??.& , 5c-->lu a. Kli'uink ti?ni, Nwvihii 111j. F?v*it ?f Hif?r?ht tiwli, | i)y.jv-p.?, Liver Complaint. and ail other iliwuti Viatux from impurity of the tolond. It hu4m(*i1 the most ren.a'kal-ie curee, a* oaa toe ikuwn by uumero.!* Iron pereoua of itoe Li?l*e?t reepect&biUty. and i* reoon.-fnended i/j all who have n?ej it a* the in<.?t irva uabie remedial a?er.i of th?? day. fljritiaaotf by aJ! the l>ru((iatt of Baltimore and at ttoe reeideooe u{ the proprietor. MRU 14. COX. IS* Eaet Ha.I.more ?tre?C between fidea street and Central arena*. None genuine uu'.esc bar name la Uovn on the bottle awl her seal on the oork. 1LT Price #1 per bottle, ?ix bottlee for #i>. Wkdt*alt A'**' R. IS T Cz*twv, Dranwt. Georgetown, 1). C., Who'wlc Arert W Uie Di? Km] ?n|| vappr the trade at My prioen. mora tr THE ALL SkirPlCIEN V VH1EK * TEIESBMAK. 1, S, * I, fr? mii4 hoy*. L'turt Y *< ?fw?4 oy '4' I4? ?c<u? 4* P^fMCu <te ru, i*< lmrit+l Ct,lUt? ?f N^vw< mm. No. 1 > IDTft n?K> for ?I>i???t)f>r, P??nB*'5' rk??. "tr.d all ?h?? ~a) dmbtlitift. ! No. 31 oonipi?t*ly r>%dto?to? a.'! tnto? of thoo* di*e*ae? uiM have been hitberlo treated bv the c? eons and pernicioae km of? pari* and cabehe No. 3 hu entire'* *n?jl?oted th<? tujanoa* u*? o* mercury, thwe>?* in*enrf to the ewffwrer e^ee*** relief, dieperemc * iwfuntiee. *?d rtxHiftf out ?*e voncm of diaeaee. TKIfcttEMAK.Not. l.tfaud ?,are prepared ID the form of a louoi*, devoid of taste aaa aneil, and can be oarried il the vaiatooat pocket. ttoid ip tin om>:.u<1 dieidM into eefaral? u >?ee, a* admit. ? torcUt T Vaipeaa. I?ilernaii4, Rons. Kieord, ke Price #S *Mli. or f>ar "MW f >r $<* whiefc Mm *9. ant m $23 cmw, whereby Were i?e nnu of a< To beM*t.whoieeate^ndieiail. o{ Dr. BaRRO" OlMMIil lUtTU imr UIHIR mow TOClFPOfA rtrtct. New Vrrk. lniin?4itt?l; oil 'roftviu in mtUanoc. Dr. Barrvw yii! forward the Tne*mr to an? fart of the wor'4. ? rackaft, ud ? j ???<*f MoordiDf to Uie iD?*'ucfio?? ?f tb* vrtuw. Sold al?o b. ?. CALVERT Fo*D. Jr7 Wm? mcton. IX C. <t? t-fln SWlNDUNfl QKACK?i ACTION UDaclirlMii Hoc A*. Cordis*. Baohn. Hoopiula, IiutrBinonU or K inca~-?au ttm all, ?jm1, if c tfoti to proCt b? ay exportoao*. vritafor in? anT^teCircujai-OB SPKH-MATHKRHttA . IT* CURB. WiUi Him mli ia part?I oocl daaoo. roj?r Tnagd, a U nmet ftry. laraly aapar ont'.b|^Bo^lTi, Caai'Mtovx. MaA*. FOR t?TAMPIM? rfjiL vl A f ACKKT OF l-APBR ^ AI n AND ENV*1'oPI?8 NO TO MATCB. CHARGE M lil ROPOLITAW ^ 01H>K0TORIL MIILF * tquNim _ a,~u ?ggma: )t Ca^r JlOt. yr, bet. *1 tod Mh ?u " 279 " TSSSSSSSl 206 Pa. Ave., for^.jjn frt'lt*. P^. af?m ?. v> uiA *' p A vh^V ^*kmsL I s?isr*^^,?rTrs^ il\- ?**-*? 'Sirj?a2K& cc vaa.D? oittorarerasr?riorCedb?ttMa of kit on Mtrt- * *?? lllB??rt? _

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