13 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1

13 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1
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WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1854 Tli-E EVENING STAB J, PUttUa0&i> KVERY AFTEffNOON, (sxcan acwi'A*,) - 1 At ths Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue awl Eleventh street, TUT WAI.LAlll A: HOPE, Will be wtved in ?ubscribrre m the citi?*s en" W m>> ingiuu. ^xatidria. Raltiomreund Phila dull***, at SIX AND A QUART BR UENTS, paya ble weekly .o the Agent.-. To mail subscriber* th? subscription price te THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advanee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, ana ONE DOLLAR for T VOL. IV. PAj'AR. cu>u n in* a arratrr ran*1** i?H? r?-?tin? Thaw tor I"?b4 in aap mtfi-t |*?to'ai??id nu S?i?*nUy. iSOkglr. pfcf UMM.!nV. t. - ..%? *4 to rww. FlVC Cfp 4% ?.? ,tt? ? ? % ? . ? ???? I* T*n 4o?..ii*^ I Twenty ".7!....is ?<<? 09* CilH, IBTaEIa BLT IV ADTAjira. (Xy- Single copies (in wrapper*) car (>e pr?v?rr.i a Uit couDbM, MnaHMtiateiy *ftrt tfcn i-wuf o( the paj?<jr. Price?tjiuk v?a*Ta- , j rosTHAtTsaa wiiu ?ct aa mwu wUt tor allowed a commission of tmnty pel cent. FOB "1ACH DIIXASB." -ofs^nyofmy patients, I bav* /X ooiuented to pat op a class of my mmt efl. stent prescriptions In the ft?m of FAMILY MEDI CINES, each oM tiitwl te a particular diososa, and not, like the ntao&oiami of the nostrums and paaioeae of the day, promulgate to the world that any one eompound will core all llsoossn, aad who, fin the word* ol the great Italian physidan 8pal IaMaal) "^ m**rin? wMaft tkeg know UttZs. +Ct> Mw wfttek they Jmow fact.'* J. 8. BOSB, M. D., Phila. &?***"*> Complatou, <As, r. J. 8. BOSK'S CARMINATIVE BALSA Br mixture in one of the most Important medi oinee, and should be kept in all femilles as a "spe cttc" for Cholera and Brwel Complaints it has nev er Called. Dysentery vanishes in a few days wbec this article is used w dire -ted. Price 86c. Dr. J. 8. Boob's Pai* Crai* will core Stiff Neek, Sore Throat, Pains in th? face, Side, Back or Limbs from a Cold, Cbolic, Cholera Morbus, Ac. It cnrw Sprains, Chilblains, Cramps or Pains in the Stom ach or Bowels. Prioe 12& 25, and 60 eta D*. J ? 8. Boob's Sxiiici or iiuoau is one of the beat remedies over and for diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Ac. Pride 60c. Da. J. 8. Boss's KmT'icn u$o IwTieoaanno Ooa tUL, for Heart Diasaoe, aiJ Nerveos Affections, flat ?'f00*' ?ar?? Bestiesaaees, Numbness, Kou rat pa, raising the mints, and firing power to- tfc* *Bole system, it is alsnesf miraculous in its stfeet. 10 cents a bottle Boca's Drsramc Oowvotnro, a snre care u DWP'^ Urmr Oompialata, and indigestion, J*** +?** ** bis AlteraBvs as Family Pills. Priae af both Tie. *0?1? e?*>P0M?st Pallia g af and ?nd ^ instaaoe hawwthSy fc**. *? radically earing tho* distrwarint com plaints females are eo aftea ?object. *rfae SO cents ?P** '? ?- Boss's Aoti wijiitts ea Luuoaq Pills.? These pills are not warranted to ear? In every mal tare, will "ure the moat stubborn casus of Bilious Fever or Fe?er and Ague. Prioe 12}$ and Me. Do. J. 8. Rosa's SaooaraatLLA Conrou?,-for all Skin Diseases and for purifying the Blood, It Is sa perior to all ethers. PrisOAOc. and $1 ?*- J' 8. Baca's Muxia e# Ornm, free from all the bad effects of Opiam or Laadannm, such as Head ache, Constipation, or Bisk Stomach. Prise Sis. All whoee Constitutions are lmpairsd by disease or weak by nature, nt^'A read Dr. J. 8. Bose's "Medi *ol Adviser, (which contains a description of tbe Dis eases of our climate and the mode of treatment.) It can be had without charge of ? Z. D. Gllaan, Charles Stott * Oo- Ww H. Oilman, J?tn JV. Nairn, Patterson A Nairn, D. B. Clark, I H H McPhsr-oa, William X. Svans, Eld well A Law-1 renae, J. B. Uootw, Washington; J. L. kidweii. weorgstown; and by all dealers in Alexandria. Vir g1"'* - - - je LITER complaint, 4 A P I D IC I, 9 CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL DISEASES ARISING FEGif A DISORDERED LIVER OR 8TOMAUE. };tnh as Ooaiap?t1r>^. ls^>rd Pilsa, Pullnry of BI-joJ to the Hexd, AsW^T of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, l/i*5?s+ **- fyoi. firfln^ta ?r weight it th-5 Stomaca^Aoiir Sra-t*ttot ?,f??2Viug or flutter ing at the Pit of th- .o'omsjh, fewlcnur if of tLr Head, Harried en J IMfflc&lt itT**thla?, f iatterlng at th?? Heart, Ciioliag or Uotfocating c^nsailenf whsuin a lyiag 90f}tar-?. Pimn"^ of Vialon, De?r or We'os before th?*i?ht. fever and Dull Psin In Um Lead, BeUci-ja^y bf Pereyiration, Yellowness ol the 8kia and *7e3, Palr. in the Oi ?e, E?ck, Gheei, Limbs, A.\, Pln:iad He%t; Barring ie? tbe Flwh, Onnr.ant imaginings ?f evil, and Great 9ej?re?ioi; of spirita, oaa sa mioniuT ocam> n DR. HOO FLAN DS C#l?bratod German Bitters, PliSPABID BY DR. (J. M. J ACKSON, ?o. us Aral) streoO, Pblladelphla. nsir power ever the aoovaUloetisw Is notexoeiled Ifei called, by any other prspnrati3a in ihe Univd itat- as the oaree attort, in &*ay ea>:ea aftar tkiV fdlpnyaisiacs h?d fa*lad. Tiieoe bitters are wortfcy tha attention of invOldt Pojssssln^ great virtues in tha rectifi. *t1on of dis eases of the Liver and l?r?er glands, exercising tha most searching powers in weakness and a?eeti?ns ol tha digestive organs, they aro, withal, safe, certain and pUasaat BKAD AND B1 OOdTINCBD. _ _ ^ ^ PuiLAVtiPHU, March. 1, iS43. Dr. 0. M ?t?lu9B: Dear S'r?JOr th* 't-v.it two foaffl I hare been ????rely aiflicted with Liver Com eint, Dyspepeta, Milione Diarrhoea, and Phas, m. ittg In a jreattf^jr<?e con ?La.i'.lv, tae vain*? and iw eanveniences atirodant upon eu't 4la??asei, withant onsrgy, beiog a_ ueely able t j aUeud to any bo><? nwi. I lost a gr?at deul .foy iluti, an 1 us^J many klnfeafim&JiaD*, with ao anparaut ^fa?uge, nnU! I oommsnaed Tltn y*ir ??Soo/landi Q< -vta-t HUiai* thoy have eatirety cured ma. I hove gained in weight over fbrty pwrut since I commenced theii nee, and T am now entirely fr??fr*?m pain and ach? at any kind, and feel like a new mm I unha?ita^ logly rec ;ru-?ni your BuUrs to aU invalij?. Years, rwpeotrully, JfOlTN R. CK)R?, S?'o. li Lagr Plaoe _ ? ? H. pub. of th? Argua, *Weiton. Mo., July 17, lt>0l, aaMt: "1 was iait eoanftr so ver> low and we<UL as net to be able to stand at the longer than one honr at a time I tried one bottle of your German Bitters, which entirely cured ma. I hare used two bottUsa. I 3?nt two battles 160 mite from h?re to a friend who Lad been oiak for a Ion* time; he has aLso b*en cured by th?ta I beliere t* be superior to any aieditfne naw in use." ?'JZ' p*rkItt,? Marlstt*. Ohio, Peb ?, 18il. ?aid: "Your Bitters are highly pr:i?i by these who nar? ased them. In s ?? ?{ Lifer Ca&olalnt, al low ?taadinv, h \ad rttituct t'.s $kill of ttu was aiiuraly wad by th? ?se of* ?**r, Jew-dier, boaster, 0-, Des lwl, : fc*I *?nt>r4c# tiiia opportunity of i"c forming you of the ^r?&t ^^aeiit I have derived trocs the use of Dr. Us'j<L,ui's (ieraian Bitt-irB. I have used tuem for v)hil^ and 7erer, and Disord?ad Stomach, onl found relief in e*srv cms Xhey are the beat remely for Disordareii 8t"omacbiI a ?xlstanee." ?p- .*? gy*???, ? Miicr of the Cbtwasr, Norwich, Conn^ said : "I nave been using your Qer man Bitters tor some tima, for Dyspepma, and hav? found so much relief from them, that I h ive made op my mind to give tham a Attir*ie editorial en dortewunt." Holdom, Kemp, It Co , Jar.-jvLK Wis. Sept. 1861, said: "YoorG*ra;.n Hittard are i?serred ly popular here, and anton^ all the prepared madi cines on our shelves, none have we sold which have riven the satisfaction of HooflanC'a German Bittera" an. 2d, 1952, they b*id: r?oommend theTt an Invaioabie spring and summer mcdicine." W. ? Orr, Woosfr, 0^ Oatob?r 2d, 1S62, sell "Yon ask me my opmion of the German bitturb i have usod them for Dysp^mia and Indigestion, a Uks oleaaur- in suting that I think they are the ?sry bost rembJv extant for the abore oomplainta? Oo <szt in Vu ? of cut the proprt ttor j ofsnssrut of tfu 4*}' \*yir. Orr is o dietingalshM lawyer of Wcoflt?. TOass Bitters a. e mhtumli vsuaraau They turner proetrou tJu tyiUna, but xmiformte it. For sale in Waaaingcou by 2. D. OILMAN; In Georgetown by J. L KID WELL, in Alexandria uy J. R. PIBRPONT In Biclunoni by ?UBCKLL, LADD A CO In Baltimore by CAN BF A HATCH 10 40 D4VI8 A MILLtB la io 8ETH RANCB In io elACPIISBaGir A MARSHALL In Norfolk by M. A. 8ANT08 A bON. And by raepec^ble dealers in medicine every ?-ly WA&REH'S IMPBOVSH PIRK AND WaTER-PROOP UCWf POSITION ROOFING. WK pleasure in aulliug the attention ol parties cont*mpl*tiug buiidiug to thi- high ly popular roofing m^rial, whi^ ha. b?^3 in ? Unsire use throughout the ciU^s ot the *S'..8t?rn 8t?tes and Brit'sh Prsvino^s for upwards of 10 ye8r? daring which Urn* it h~ U?n c*fod by ev?r/ y'ri' Otyofeircumstanc-M, an i is uniy?r:al!y conceded to 1 ptfseas. in a greater d-sre* than any other rooflni MaUririal |n u*. the valuable quaHtien of cheapness, durability and sacunty against the acdon of the eL em-nts. W? are rf>ady to contract for roofing in the citv and country. \ Offi.ee bourn from 11 to 12 a m., and 4 to 5 p m , C. M. WARRKN A CO.; ' I 10tn 2d dtsor above McGuire's Auction H x>m ' f u^ it?OW .. J CM*TAIN OANOT, A UTHOR OJk'VuJC GREAT BOOK JUST BE A IN J PUBLISHED, SPEAKS of HAMPTON'S TINOTUBB. GREAT CURB OT RHEUMATISM CONTRACTED UNDER TROPICAL 0LIMATB8. BaitimoU. Md., June 4.1864. Mr. Stockbridfft, of the Fountain Hold, Light street, Baltimore? Dur Bl*: Being cm the point of 1 Baring th# dty, I avail myaelf of a few idle moments to thank yon kindly for the medicine you sent me, and which has restored me to the use of my limba. I beg you to send me four bottles more, to carry on my voyage. 8iroe I had the fortune to use Dr. Hampton's Veg? table Tincture my confidence is so strong that, in gratitude -o the proprietors of said medijne, I b?v you to present my respects to them, ana inluoe them to make it more publicly known as a sure Rheumatic cure. Having called on me on the 19th j. of April last, and f een me prostrated on my bei^ ?seieas in all my Limbs, you can appreciate nearly as well as myself the prompt relief I received from Dr. Hampton's Tincture, and I am positive had it not been lor your strong and foroible recommenda tion* I should still bar* been In bed. It is really a pity this specific should not be ap proved by medical men, and like all patent drugs it should suffer the imputation the public generally give to such preparations. I my > elf, who was al ways opposed to a patented specific, took this medi cine with reluctance, and without confidence in it, and it was only through your disinterested, friendly recommendations, and my critiual situation that in duced me to try this really beneficial Vegetable Tincture. - You may inform Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbray that they are at liberty te make use of my name in the support of the good effects of Dt. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, as it has en red me in five weeks of a ohronic fy/lamnatmy Rheumatism, contracted under tropical climates, and of seven years' periodical duration. I have only used three bottles, and find that even the deformed parts of my hands are fast returning o their former natural appearance I have been under the treatment of several phy sician* in London and Paris, without any apparent benefit: also, While in New Ycrk, having tried the Tbompsonlan and Homoepatbic remedies, a^ter hav ing bi?n tormented with galvanic ha teriea, c*M and aromatic baths, and hundreds of internal and external medicines, all to no effect, I p.m, so far, cured by this Hampton's Vege able Tincture only! Therefore, my dear sir, accept of the assurance of my gratitude, and believe me your well wither. Thomas Cako*. REV. VERNON EhKRIDGE, U. 8. N. Portsmouth, Va , Aug. 18,I85l! Mr. J. E. Boush?Ln-ar sir: While T am, in gene ral, opposed to Datent medicines, candor compels me to state that I have great confidence in the virtues of Hampton's Vegecabl- Tincture. For severs 1 months pa*t I have used it in my f?mily ; and in dyspepsia, loss of appetite, dizziness, and general de bility, with entire success. So far as my experience extends, therefore, I take pleasure in recommend ing it to the afflicted as a safe and efficient remedy. I am, respectfully, yours, Virsow Kskkidgz, Chaplain, United States Navy. HOME TESTIMONY. CURE OP LIVER COMPLAINT OF TEN YEARS WA",Hi!fGTON, May 17, 1853 Messrs Mortimer A Mowbray: Gentlemen?Hav ing been afflicted with Liver Complaint of ten years standing, I hereby, for the b netlt of the afflWed, lake great pleasure in announcing that afUr using a few bottles of your Tincture, I found it bad ac rompliAeJ a perfeot cure I have used different medicine? from time to time, bit have never been ajie to aocouni tor any apparent good, and it i? a bleeeint to stricken humaulty thai that medicine is tr.und which possessestbe wonderous power of pro longing human life. The many curee it has wrought is a sufficient guarantee of the beneficial results wtiiuh may be experienced frem it* use. Yours, rtepaotfully, j. Curtain Hat. Call and get pamphlets gratia, aud see cur*s of Cough, Bron&iUit, Hheumutism, Neuralgia^ Dyspep sia, JServotaness and. Q<tn cral Wtakims. Asa female medicine or tor delicate children we believe it uc equaled. E*-6oldby MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 HroHdwav. N-w Yor*; CHAS. STOTT <t CO., WiMER, J. B. MOORL, D. B. CLARES, CLARKE A BOWLING, W. KLLT ^-?TT, and H MePHKMr^ON, Washington; als^, by It. 8. t. C1S8BL, Georgetown; and C. C. BERRY, Alexandria, aad by Druggists everywhere. aug 31?tr TAKE NOTIOBr HOUSEKEEPERS and others are reminded that the following list of crtieles are of the very oeet description, and can be purchased from the sub Ejriber on as low terras as any other- hoax* is the city- ^ A large assortment and supply always on Oiia of all kind* Oueensware Paints Brushes C enphine CMoeita Yarniah Lamps Turpentine Chandeliers Window Glav 'Ji'andoleo tJS.ina - ' / * al^r then ware Brutannia Ware Ql** *??? la., Ac. <3oods sent to any j>*rt of the city free oi aLarge. Country deaiero *vall do weii to call. C 6 WHITTLE&tV Ttb street, opp. S^ideu a Withers' liank. mar 17- -tf K^UTTAHCES TO IEELA1TD. PSRSO^S desiring to send money to Ireland, can obtain check* for ?i or more, on the B- liVt I inking Company, payabla ln: all the principal mwdb. Apply to CHUBB BROTHIRH, i ^ Bauktra. opposite the Treasury BalMing. . MB FIXTURES. subscribers take pleasure in announcing to I the public that their stock of GAS FIXTURES, i oompri3ing seme of the b*st and latest puttartM, has jet;n received, and that Lh?y are now prep;?re?l to s?U at tte lowest rates. Pertoofi In want ef Gar Fixtures wiJ please call and examine -they will no ioult Snd it to their interest. ^ Dwellings and pubUc buildlagp fitted with ga^tu Mng at the usual rates J. W. THOMPSON A BROTHER. 1^?tf Pa. a?., bet 10th and 11th, s. gids. WASHINGTON IRON WORK^, M. ^wcen and ah sis. ANUPACIURER of Steam Engine, Boilers, Water Tanks, ihafting, Pulleys, Hangers and Mill Werk generally. 6 Will furnish Saw Mills, all kinds of Castings, Wrought and Cast Iron Pipes, and everything in the Iron line generally. Two small EJ\ GINKS on hand and for sale. Por Infonnation address Q E. NO YES, Washington Iron W'orks, Washington, P.O. jy -\s?tt TO INVENTORS. " I^HE office of "The Inventors' Protection National Lnion" ia on 7 th street, opposite the B^t Por dcc of the Patent Office, aud ia now ready to attend to the business of its members, namely: in making sxaminatlon= and aolicitiug patents, Ao. Inventors are invited to call aud get a copy of the Jouftitutiou aud By laws, and where any informa ion will be given respecting the Union. Ali letters on business muat U direoted to this of whrre attention will be given immediutely. ?\ model shop U in connection with Uie office, *rhere models can be made to order at the shortest notioe. - T. G. CLAYTON, ap 10?ly President T. P N IT PLUMBING, (rAS-FlTT1NU, Abb TINNING. THF .under,tl?n?i> having added GaaFittint to ?}if Z*1"*, now prepared to ex m-I r? ln Ul,lt line?in cheaper, moe' tfxpe?1iUoua anl appro?ed manner. PLUMB1NO and TINNING done as fc?eie;ore. A fine assortment of STOVES, Tin aad t-haet Iror WARE cousiantly on hand. nWAl'nSRXA^s^'v' f?r pat.n. pk,' j u VT .V^8' bating Public Bulldintr Churches, Hatls, Private Residences, kc Also, frr Barker's Double Acting FORCE PUMPS Persons In want of any of the abofe articles wil Bad Jt to their advantage to call on us ere purcha Mng elsew,.ere. Pledging them?elves to a prompt execution of alt ord.r* entrusted to them, they most respectfully ?elicit a oontmuanre of the fovors P0 liberally b>* stowed upon th?m by their former patron* at>d th. public in general FURSE A CO'.LINS Noe 3o9 and 871, Pa. ay., opposite Willards' Hotel sep o? .im SIL-Vr?R AND BRASS PLATING. Z0-"2 Ei^hih t^wnUst. and ra. avenue.. rpilM undersigoe,! is prepared to do SILVER and 1 BBA88 I'L vTING in all their varietiJa Numbers for Stcrea aad Dwellings. Door Plat?? Bell Pu la. Railing Knoba, Let'ers and t>rnamenL? for military and ot'ier Ass ciati >nH furnished at Bal imore prices, nnd of his own workmanship. All kinds ot Oonoh Work in the line done in the beat and cheapest mauter. Those who want silver, braaa plating, Ao., done will please oaU aaabore, an J. A. SHEEHAN, sepaa?In Practical Silver Plater. TAKE NOTICE. NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. PW. BROWNI1SO, Merchant Tailor, Pa a arentw, uader the United States Ho- a? tal would reopeottoliy inform Ui customers and the public generally that be has just re- VM eelvudnew Jail and Winter goods in gr?at.JU variety, sach aa Cloth*. Cassimereo, and Vesting ?v the latest importetion, and is prepared to hay* them made up at the shortest noHce, in the most fashion able manner, and at low rates of prices. Having made arrangement* to go into the Ready madoOlotbiwg business ext?ns,v#fy this season, he feels confident that he oan offer to those washing to purchase a stock of Clothing, not inferior to any in thl<? city, and not made up at the North, as is usu ally the ease with work sold here; but out in hi? own establishment, and made by our own needy cit taens in this dull season at low rates of prices, he is enabled therefor, to compete with northern work In point of price?; an1 as to qual'ty and style, he will leave for those who favor him with a call to ind^e He can sell whole suits, Coat, Pants, and Vest, at the following low rates ; flood suit for business purposes, out of cloth or cas simere, for the small sum of. $15 Dress and frock Coa's, from $10 to $'*) Overcoat* of different styles .'.... 12 to *25 Black and fancy Pantaloons. $8 50 to 10 1 Silk and Velvet Vests , 2 50 to 10 This stock of Girthing is of a superior quality. (uwi bean made up since he received the fall and winter fashions. He keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of fancy arti 'lee?such as Gloves, Cravats, Collars Umbrellas, Ac. Sole Ag?nt for the sale of Scoffs Report of Fash ions in this city. sep 16?-tf ? - HEAD QUARTERS, Corner qf Thirteenth and E tireet?y near t\e. Thxairr. y?n The proprietor of this A ifjK ( mjJ public house, Mr. William Greasou, has refitted, ren ovated, and pr?pared hiri^AintteE^B establishment for the accommodation of vi iters in s>ich a manner that he trusts will give fuil satufac tion to all who extend to him their patronage. He ha-< inade arrangement* to have the ve?y best of OY8TJCKS, *e., tor the whola season, wit hout regard , to expense. Famines and Parties promptly supplied. Ilia Bar and Larder is at all tim^s sto k'd with the best in the line. Making his acknowledgments tor past encouragement, he respectfully invites a con tinmnc? of ths same, with every intention and ex , ertioa to plaaee. ?-A lew Boarders can be comfortable accomroo ?iatwd. sep 22?Urn ONDfiRTARiSRS, Ac. A lit"!!?G> ?'.cat'.j 5i?d aromptiy er*cited ? ?ii Pt'TT..%Xr attended t> a* II' COFFIN WAREROOM, &c. J. WILLIAM PLANT A CO., I'X ' DKR TA K tCR .S?res! d pd c*? 418 Sev enth street, between G and II struts. In.eriaent" procured in anr ground or c^meter . Cape, Shreuds, Carriages, Ilearre, and every article for interments of the best quality furnished at abort notice, on the most ffconaMe terms, and at all hours of the night. Having the exclusive r'ght of Crump s Patent Corpse Preserver, we guarantee to | keep the dead for any lencrth of time. rc 11?tf UNDERTAKING & CABINET MAKING. advertiser r urns Pincere thank? to bis friends and the public in general f r their pa*t patronege,' and informs them th t, wifh in oreas d facilities, he is prepare ' to att?nd to all order* In his line ot business aith. promptness and dispatch. Tie gives his personal at tention to Und-rtakjng, and tbo e icquiriiu hit 1 tervics will always find him canful and obliging. Calls attended to at all hours, day f>nd nigsit. In th? rabiuet making line he trua's to be able to give satisfaction as heretofore. His esUhlishment I is on Pa avenae,Nos. !8tJ and 1?3, between 17t?i jud 18th sts , First Ward, Washington. JOSEPH UAWLER, oct 6?la Cnblnei Ma*?r and TJnJei-tske.r. CABINET MAKJBR & UNDERTAKER. Till! undersigned would respectfully inform hte friends, aao*aint?uees."and the public orenerail? that he afcili c*, ?.tU*cec to cxoouie all orier* in hi? line "f busHses Li !I>? beet rcaunerand at tht short est noi:ce KSUPAlIi. I I *^835*5^" the rUwt notice, snu in the t*?t j I maa*i*r. *jHcierved ? ? ii*e ii c;u y J rer, 'v.n ir. t!it xa.:r:\nt te&aiJ-.'r. | vfl ukra?for past favors, he would rei?-> frilly eolieit, and w:M endeavor to merit a con^icc*o:! the ,o?. ANTlfONV BUOHLi, Pa. a"e., ? "ie, between Sth and 10th ota. j Bsalieucor --ir. M -rthi'p. No. i9i, D street, t ird house ewpt o; It* ftr^ct. ciav 17 ly ~I r^EilTAIief7~ IWu Ui.D resractfoliy ret en iny thank- to the i jitizras of ^'aabljcton and ite vicinity ft r tfioit j past p^trona^e, an 1 uy '.hat owing to the fV^aent , calls n the Undertaking branch o: xj basinets, 1 , have bi?en induced to dijeontiuu# th^ ia?iUUt:u;t*are | of Purrmnre, 5tjd turn my attention fully to the UNllSKTAEING. I L)*/m toartid qo nainn to-hate every tuing tut-.t \? requisite t" ay btuin^ss, and J am therefore lully prepared to meat xny older ttftet a tew riot) e, uad I a?-axc tlitd* who loay give me h ."til tiiat I v.iil a^-ui no pains t? carry cut their ordei.3 to Cheir entire satasfaet'^n. J A r. ii AK V t f, No. 410, ithau, baatcn fl at 2 Pf. ?T. B.?C?.!L* atteuaed iu ai ail Lours of the ni,.'ht .afcr a?ly GAS LIGHT! GAS LIGHT! IllttSlAH JL.fc.WlS, PRA.CriCAh G A 8 FITTER, 10th ?hreetr between Teuna uveutie e.nd ii Street, (]few thors uiKAte KeQuirJs Auction Ston.) "AWING served a regular ipprtuf if, ship of over five ytars at the Gas Pitting bu*iue hi one of the iur^e.<t estatnishmeuis in Phil adelphia, 1 wouj respectfully inform the" citiaeos of Washington and Georgetown' :hat lam prepared to (it up Dweiltuijs, ohurche^. Stores! Ac., iu a neat and substunt.al manner, und warranted not to !eni. T. L?. exe ut<i3 ad kiuds of iron Pips Work, for g^s, nteam, aud water, at the shortest notice, and on accommo-iating terms N oroerous references given if required sep IS? lm* -r ; "GLENWOOD CEMETERY." TITI8 beautiful burial place. <>f the dead baving just be?-u dedicafci.t with appropriiiteceienionlfiF for the purpose, i? uo* o^en for the reception of the remains of (leased per; one. The MAUSOLEUM hut capacity for a-huudred ho lies, in whioh such irieuds ~ t" the d?ad a? mi?> applv can place the elpamd until they select aileb for the graves. The plan of the incorporators is ono of equality in regard to the lot;-, which will not be put up publiciy ?r sale, (although they usually bring a premium,) making the early bolucUon of lots tae mo t desir able. Until aa office is established in the c:ty of V/aah ington, applies tit. us will be punctually alt, U'twJ to at the present cilice, in the east wingot Lhs bulla iug on entering the Cem^teiy. VVM. S. UUMPURiYS N. B.?Glenwood is situated a short distance due north of the CapitoL ^ ?uk 11- vm fosToor and laboring men. SMALL BUILDING LOTS OJ_ 10 feet or more, in varitiiw parts of tbeCity, and Georgetown, at

[low prices, and tferms to suit. LL01'i> A CO. BUILDING STONE I For sale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharves in Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD ft CO. For sale, a large aud handsome CA11 til A GM an<i HAMXE&S LLOYD A CO, 15th street, opp Treasury Department. |y 2t??1 y 1 NEW WOOD AND COAL YARD. rpUhi subscribers would respectfully Inform their J Jl numerous iriends aud the public generally that in addition to our Wood aud Coai i nrd ne%r the PLoeuix Planing Mill, Ooorge'own, we haw, f?r th? belter accommodation ot that portion of our cos timers who re?ide in V,Tashingit'U, oi"-ned a yard at the corner ol Twenty fi:at and I srre^ts. At either of the above places tho^e in want of fuel i will at all times find a good supply of all kinds of 1 WOOD and CuAL, at the lowest market pric s. | All orders left at eitner ot tb>< above pi. cep will be attended to with ptvuiptn<-as and dispatch. s?p 27? dim TllAVKRS A STQVKR ofc".iiiiSCiiL,AGrcu. a alio., 1 ENGINEER 4 ORNAMENTAL DRAUGHTS* MEN AND ENGRAVERS, PBNNSYLV AMI * hvenue, between _ 12 h aud 13th streets, north side, ever V ss's Je-reliy Store ?Me srs. T. II. A G. A- Ochlschlager WmiTd respectfully announce to their frierni* and tne pitilic that they have opened an office at. the above place, wh*re all efderi in the vsriauK branches ot Prawing an-1 Engraving will be pnempt ly and earefully attended to We p r:icularly call th* attention <of persons wishing Designing or fctagraving on Wood, as this Is the only office at present in Washington where such work can be ex touted. * sep *&?!?* & imW OFFICIAL Tbiasuet Department, August 26,1864. Notice in hereby given to th? holders of the fcl Iowing-descrlbed stosfcs of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at an; thB? between the date hereof and the 30th day of November next, portion* of those stock*, amounting in the aggregate to $3,840,000, In the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In oim of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, preference will be given in the or* der of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States, by the parties who are to receive the amount tber of, most be transmitted to tbis department; upon th? receipt whereof, a price will be pai', compounded of the following particulars : 1. The par value, or amount specified in eaeh cer tificate. ;; ? J . . 2 A premium on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 1*, 1856, of 3 pn- cen ^ on the stock of the loan uu thoriaed by th? act of 1842, redeemable 3lst Dum ber. 1802, of II per cent; on the stock of the loan authorised by the act* of 1847 and ^548, and redeem able, the former on the Slst Decembsr, 16ff7, and the latter on the 20th June, 1868, of 16 per cent: and on the stock of the loan a jthorite i by the act of IS&O, and redeemable on the 31st Deoeniber, 16i>t (commonly called the Tvxan indemnity,) siz per cent. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st ot July, 1854, to the date of r?'*ipt aud set'le ment at the Treasury, with toe allomuioe (for the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest in addition. Payment for fa:d stocks will be male in drafts rf the Treasurer of the United Pta'es, on the assistant treasurer at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, at the parties may direct. But no certificate will be entitled to the benefit of thin notice which shall not be actually reueived at the Treasury on or before the said 20th day of No vember next. JAMES GUTHRIE, aog 28- dt20^ov Secretary of Treasury. FIRE GILDING, GALVANIZING, AND ELECTRO SILVER-PLATING, ON ALL KINDS OP MSTA.L LABARRK would respectfully inf rm the pub ? lie that he hat <ip^Eod a f hop at the oorner C and 10th streets, in the above busiaosH, and is now rotdy to Teceive order* in any branch, namely: FIRE GILDING on all kinds oi ornamutits for churches, chalices, jewels, and rege.Ua for Free Masr.ua, 0<id Fallon P, and other K>cie:ies, military ornaments, 4c. Al<*>. SILVER AND BRA8M WATCHES. Chain-, Gublets.. L'ckeU, Tea and Xable Spoonn, Dessert and Better hnivet?. ELECTilO SILVER-PLATING On Military Ornament*, Fruit liaakeU Waiters, Candlesticks, and Caeecte. Aiso. Silver plating for Plumbers,Gas Fitters, Ac Ail ornament tor miiifarv, Fr-t Masons, Odd IM low*, and other Societies and Clubs made to order on the shortest notice. ,?* r FRANCIS laSlUiiW, Comer C and 10th sts west, near Pi, ave ae 6?tn: CARTERS SPANISH MIXTURE, Viae CreiU Fvrijaer or tu? Elnod 5 Bat & Particle vi ia it. iFl5TAis.i3U Rs^ssiior ttcwfair 'Ling's Evil, Rhn realism.ObatinateCutan* j?ir ?t!*?ns,Pimplecr i Fudtules on tut iact, U!otcjue.'J fac.- .OhrcBicScs ?yM, RingWorm or Tetter, 8 ild ll Solane mint and fain of the ttoaee tuid Jci.u, Stubborn Uloor*, Syphilitic Diwrdaia, T.vvb, *>';.?? Con plainV, and ail j/ip.eeu^ar j \c( f.-oaTa. ^uiwionfi See or rfgioary. Ia.prcJtno* 1* Li.e,?* luparltr nieod fjp.HS v?JUi;i>!? M*L'ciae, which ha: becomecele J. b rated. I or che number of utraordinary cure* ?E$ated tkrOiigi'. its agency, hat lndnced the ywrn*!* t- rf. at th* urgent r??ci*e<;t of their friends, to ofter it to the public. ^hlahtbsy ?io aith the utmost c?afi asat* in Iti Tiriuar ted wonlerful curat!re prcper tie:,. lihofoUvwitig cerUdcaias, selected from a iaxge EiU?i?o3r, are.howoS'cr, stronger tv tiaonv than the mer" von! otth? proprietors: and are all'frr.n Ren t'emen *ei: iTO*a in their localities, ar J of the hi>rb ?strispecteblU :.y,aiiJ3j ofthera re?idtug*n the airy of ii'4c Va. F. BOYDfN. Xdon cf the licbange Hstel, Rieh aond, knows c .erywkeie, aeyg be ban seen the iiedi r.n; c>,U?d C^uts^ h opa*i3h Mizrtai. nSmin' terrd !?VVl, *nearly ali tunuiueasee for %hic, IVi rewninieidcti,*iib lUe uiCciasvonishiniilv Kewyt it 'j, tLe cwt ^iracitflnary fSpd^tpe h? has ever a.^jf. 1 ^KSA?<fa22?-it?ty 8ert>ty?hat Tor three ye*t>-1 b Ague a_id Fever oi fc^e m-^t vi- ieat denc.!T)tk>t ] Lad srreral Pfc^si fejMBH, took large quantities .if Quin ce. Msrovry, ilnd I ibeikveall Hie ToBi'je ajveittped, but a'.l w!!L-jut ^e:n:aneutrelief. At last i tneo Oartar'a Spsni b Jflxtrir^, two laj14Ig+ z? mhicli Lualiv curKi rt e>, ind Iamhappy to Uj I bav. aadaeiiLar Chills n Severs sic-*. I effnrf-ler it the b'st Vonic in ti-e world.end tne ooly tiiat t*?* n?v ? JOBN LONG Dili i>eev?--Bati. &ea< lii. bmcisd V# ' B. L1JOB. V n in tb* P! imoi 1 j andformanj, y^itsBinth* irestoa^.hM fueh t.ood I a.'uceiti th? i^rtouishini; efScaay of Carter's I VirlTlT!^ ttiathepJW' bought Up* rl'X? Of 68 i<>ttl?? I which he ha: *iv en arty io the Mr. Lm a **rr.heha, utTft \iuwr.io fwrwi?a taken tr. M1NQJB rr*maa_iBg Phvdsjan, acdf&rmrny j a Oit) t\tKeiL to the city of Ri^bm'ir.d. Siiys lie j ijas7,iir.eu!eUu; a anmbet of ia rtaneee the eit-t* ot ta ; tar's tj?n: ia loiuurri, which *ere iuo?i tr ulyst.r b i vJC'tcUiu. l f;* **? - the v'tv# voiiUc.r nil ^x ;ec<i 8AMuiL Id. DidilH t.U, ox uvoi oi ? Morris,ritLja^ud, vr:-L'Ctu. j 0* LL. rCois^i^a . ?'? ' ?oar ''trVit;? > U-. v-" of tv< votti-so. IrUi'v onfc-.iahtlistr'ft SWEAT OCA*-OF ftOUOFflw ^ ,; *h? Iwichraond iUyttLrlican '< <m1 a c*i *sat whj^'o ...? their press rcojn,. arrd or violent i ia, sou'^|n*u with lUisuiriatibni. which uiea).;,?d t:t rron; Vv-rk. Two bottles ul CarUre fc^arauii iii^tcrs xas-'.* a perfect careMhiji:,and the ?.-rifc.s.u, la ?. tice, Bay they41 cheerlulty r?:couuaei >1it i ???,.! 4s( ar. ai3iet?d with tT>y tiig^e cf the b'c.>d." f TTLL ANOTHER ^1-RE OV SCRCFl1! A. t-1 h?i t rs-r valuable boy cured of gcrofulr by Curui'f rjaiunt Jflrtu.e. t e.;>?:?lder it truly r ValurVl* medic:to. JAM?1 M. TJ VI.Oh. Conaaetar on to* K. V. A P. R. ik. Oi'n ilicLiiiciii. Va. ^AjuI1 P.iiiibfc* lit TP? M'i YJLAB* SIAlti'INli Cl/BJI' Ut. JOIJ^ iiiOMl'^'N, residing in the city oi Hiohmoud, w&o cured ay three battle* of Carter's Spiuish Mixture, ef Bait Rheum, which he bad nearij twenty years, sr>d which ail the physicians of the ojty Ms'ii notevre. Sr. Thompton is a well known oer.:i.ant in the dty of Itickmord, V*. 'Oil cur? it. uiost remerStcble. WM. A. MATlUffWS, e. Hishmond, !:ad w ser yen-, .-ured ot Byfhilis, in tb? worst j'tto. i.v Car terV ifr.t he cli^nifn^ly re 'N' 'Ijlt'Ev!; tv rjE..! '{* it ?? eiae. ^tvV. :tiL liTOc-, c. ati0iaehjn*r ?vt tbe retenu?, ?# h' La^ieea Os^ffood <>t;?cta ot"'erter'e ffp-iuiwh .V in a nui i! jr of gyi nilitic caet?, and flays |t ?e v. f srie.t cure for tfca( horrible disease. V/41. V ilAiiW<J'jD. of Kichrsf.nd. cnr<vl o: old 6v>ref;ana UktJ^, tthich disstblod him ttom mslkinf. Took u few bottle*' Ci Garter's rpHtiish Mixture, and Tine, enabled to walk without a cratch, in a ehort time permF.a?ntiy cured. rtiuclpai Depot at M. WAIvD, ULOVfc t 00- No. h? Maiden Lane. Jew fork T. W. L'lOTT A cOK8. ??c 1G2 Nrrth Setouu street, rhiltdrtpWa. filSNliTf ft "HRW- No 1 j.i M*ln strep*, Rich ?.ojott, Vai : And for udf to viIAia,fc8 hluTl'. H'aah'nAtoL, - . C!., II?M'-^ PJtiiis Alurtodria. and by broiririfltp m ery wi'.rre. ?rir* jt Wrfle, cr > \n"f?i?e frr 3.1 sep if*-? XtiUjKKX VICTUH1008. Vr<3D will Ibd bi th.- riaci JUO rtTANb. ?V*nsyl waiiio itvenue near 12? street orposiie the ir ?u4; llotnJ, iOOKINO ?a w??Kv; wJtfa or wil,bfiut Kram-a; portrait Picture ?nd Miniture tram^ <d the ut*d .iyles, tiraokcix, 1ahi>ia. Koora Moulding, ^mifea, .yw,As.; r>r by l?-?v:u^ ?<rder yon can have any thing done in ia> lia? N. ll.~OId Fram?^, 4e., fljjli at ii-r sr_.rt-?: no twe on reesonaMe tenue Dod* I'rrtr* ? the rHy fefc ao-?ix ? j on it wao'mlr. EVENING STAR. SOCIETY AT FLORENCE A correspondent of the Newark /Idvertiser at Florence, thus speak* of sundCJ notabili. ties, and the state of society in that city : "In muMc, Italy is stiHfar in advance of tt=; though Rwsini?the song-bird ot Para dise, nestled in these olive vineyards?grtwu old and captious, perhaps, now shuts ail the wealth of his melodious soul within itself, re fusing lo ' minister to the corrupt tnste* ??f the day.' In other than his own words. Verdi's assumption of the musical throne has driven the king of this realm into moody solitude And a kingly solitude, indeed, is old Rossi ni's !?hisvery si'ence has % royalty in it that is felt; he retiras in grandeur, attended by wealth, and the repose of h i age is a? luxn rioos as was the life of his youth, and the reign ot his prime His beautiful *fl1a stand on a commanding point of the coUme, and is the resort of his s'.ill loyal subjects Too near acquaintance,, however, with the perser.s and i private histories of most great men of Europe not only dissipate the illusion of distance, but i reveals characteristics and habits so revoltirg that one often regrets such disenchanting uj tiinacy. In this cae, one turns from the ele gant retirement of the old voluptuary, Rossini to the tomb of the spiritual Bellini, wiifc les, of regret that Paradise reclaimed so early: its. musical child. "Florence seem* now to be a gathering place for the notorious, as it has been the birth place of the celebrated. Here resides in almost regal pomp. Prince Ltamidoff, bus hand (separated of course) of the famoi.s Prinoe^s Vlatilda, now in powe- as queen ot beauty?though in verity pussee?at the court of her cousin, Napoleon III. Demidolf is a Russian of plebian birth, his princeship hav ing been the gift of this ducal crown, probably on account of immense wealth, his only Jinnee ly claim His chiUtau.?ou9 of the great at tractions here, more desirable for being let? accessible than other*-is richer In itsii.ierior than any of the ducal residences Not onij bus .he tablts and other ? articles uf furniture tut mantel pieces and pavements t?f mala chite and tajn's lazuli; indeed his visitors of ten wear in a small broach on the bosoms pro cious stones, suuh ad they walk ower orle.jp upon in his gorgeous saloons. Tne grounds attached to his villa a;e nearly as? extensive as the royal gardens, and are enclosed 'he whole length by an iron fence, higher and richer tlun surround* any American park. Put inborn vulgarity is apparent in the posi tion of this sumptuous residence on low marshy land, excluded from any of the tine views which les*er villas ei.joy. The Prince's income is said to be over 000 per annum ; yet. Wi.^n recently remanded to Russia, he left Florence deeply in debt; from which fact the expenses of bis daily liv ing may be estimated. Should he ever return it will probably bo with diirinisbed wealth, a? his Kmperor no doubt had need of him ine present - bonne amie" of thi< prince i the wile of a nobleman here, who lives "him self on the best terms with her, though her re lation with the Russian is pubicly acknowl-, edged?she presiding at all his brills, which, by the by, are attended by the best society, including English ladies ut delicate tastes and habits! On the Prince s departure he pur chased a place for this renowned la.ly, where she resides with her husband during his ab sence. Another notoriety here is Uyron's Guiccioli, now married to a rich old Florentine marquis, whose peaeoek tread through the hsll? of fash ion. with th?s beauty (of sixty) on his arm. de notes how proud he is oi being husband of th? poet's mistress!?which honor it would seem is deemed enviable by the crowd of courtiers iha. surround the marchioness, who. if not fair as the Countess (iuicck-li, still holds her own artistically?her blonde ringlets being no white: for her years-and who carries in her march a quoenty consciousness of superiority among hi^h women ludeed, in comiug tu I'loreuce sue knew her sphere, and revolves gloriously in it Many other lesser stsrs of fashion?fallen stars in their native spheres find here also the most favorable position ; among ihem are several '? ladies in their cwn r;ght,:' i. e ; without their hu-bands Truly Florence is a motherly hospital for suffering reputations, and it is wonderful how soon des perate ^nses come out whole again A Flor entine Liniself remarked the other diytfa great lady who had lost c&stc even la another Italian city, "Wh-. don't she come here' Florence wouid receive her with ojwn arms, and put her in position again " ? I ? ' _ - . I Definition of a Yankee. As the Yankees are creating no liftle ex citement in tho commercial political. and military world, we give the definition of a g^n uine male Y ankee that may not be considered amiss. A real genuine Yankee i? made up of ani mation. checked by moderation, guided by de termination, ai.d supported bv education He h*s veneration, c rrected by toleration, with a leve ef soli approbation and emulation a d, wuen reouced to a state of aggravation! can a-tume tho uiW profound dissumul -tiori for the purpose of reU ion, always combined if possible, with speculation. A real live Yankee. just caught will be lound not deficient in the following qualities: He is seh-denying. self-relying, always try ing. and into every thing prying lie is a lover of piety, propriety, notoriety, and the temperance .-ocitiy. lie is dragging gagging, bragging, striving thriving, swopping, jostling. hns'Iirtg, wrest ling, musical, quizzical, rsironomioij. philo sophical, poetical, and comical sort of charae ?er; whose manifest destiny is to spread civili autiun/o the remotest corner of the earth, with an eye always on the look-out for the main chance. A Novkl biem ?On Sunday last, the Ro man Catholic Council of the Archdiocese of New York, which had been in session for a week previous, terminated with imposing cere monies. A procession of nine bishops, more than thirty priests, and a large number of deacons, sub deacons, chaunters, ac lytes, Ac . marched through the streets, from the resi dence of the Archbishop to the Cathedral, and then around and through the latter building This took place at half-past ten o'clock, in the morning. At the head of the line was borne a large crucifix, followed by ncolytcs, robed in white, t^nd the inferior officers of the ma?s hearing wax taj ers and flowers. 'I he priests were robed in cassocks, the chaunters in oopes. and the bishops in their official robes and wrh their mitres and crotiers. The arch-episcopal cross was borne before the Archbishop, who was attended by a deacon, sub-deacon, dea cons of honor, and an assistant priest. As the procession moved along the streets, the ch<iun. | ters executed the Latin Bervio?, the censors were swung, the wax lights burned, and the splendid robes of theb. :ops aud archbishops had their trains borne by attendants. When the ceremonies were over at the Cathedral, which was afternoon, the procession reformed, and again marched through the streets, in the siinie manner, back to the Archbishop's resi dence. tlT The Germans in New York city are es timated at eighty thousard, at least. They congregate chiefly along the eaatern border of the city. A Mr. Bogen has undertaken the duties of a missionary to these people lie visits the wharves, to give counsel and direc tions to the immigrants when they land ; and visits the houses of the poor Germans all through the city. His visits during the year are reported to number twelve hundred. He distributes pamphlets of an instructive kind nnd New Testaments to his German friends, and when he finds a family in special peed affords them some pecuniary aid. 8CBAP8. . t3T" Madame, your shawl d'agging in the tnoa ''Well, you liTtfe tutty. suppose it is isn't it Ike faebion" ' - ? ? L"yib? war taxeo bow imputed directly upon the British people and pad tm in bard cash, amount to fif;y millions ot dollar? an nutJIy. in</ j' V1T The authorities of JackftOD, Mi*? , ht?e quarantined the railroad cars from rtie direc tion of Vickaburg The oars are stopj>ed four miles from Jackson. LIorneo ?The l>utoh troops bm'nhJutd the Chinese insurrection. captured tbe a rong hold of U?e rebels, nod forced 'fc?a to pay the expenses of the war, and thedamage* done by tlit-m to traders A woman said in a potiee court, the other day, that before marriage her'fcusbaEd pretended to be ranch strwk by her/bu* now ehe was every day struck by him yueer eiiange. ffTThe Indlaxii Presbytery of the Cum heriand Presbyterian Church, reoaalijr held at Washington, I^avies oounty, resuiva^hat it ia n >t expedient to discuss the 4^e?Vi >|>?f Amer ican slavery from the pulpiL Tha resolution was passed by a vote ot 1? to ir A t -? What is the chief u?e*?f bread i asked an examiner of a recent anhael exhibi tion. "The chief use of braadl" amswered lie urchin, apparently asuKuabed at the sim plicity of the qua*iioa; 4,thn ctrief use (f bread is to spread butter and malaasw on it 1 Nicaragua?Tke civil war *M!>Jtages at the capital, though all the rest of the country is in possession of the revduflonists The city it> to-tit in ruin*. and has been for fonr months ihe scene of continual conflict, aacb party Uaviug half the town fortified. Costa Rica has offered reinforcement" of troops the be Pre*idem if he will oonfirm the Costa Itiean claim to jurodiciion over ih? San Juan territory. Fikndish Mukdbrs.?The Butliiujon (Mo ) Tule^rraph says Thos. B. MeCormaiiV an in ?lusirious and peaceable citfsen, was beat to deitb with a bludgeon, by ? M iruleck Into ?j :.-,t ce of the peace, tpr uo other crime than thnt of passicg over Trulock's premises ihe St Louis Republican giv*t *he particu Wa of a mu'der committed in iilinoistewn. opposite St. Louis. A gang of Iriahuten bent o-i* the brains of an enginuer on the '?hio at.d Mias.seippi railroad, because he refuwftd to let I '.h- m crowd the tender and locomotive. A Most Hb art-Rending Occurrexck ? TL? Richmond Enquirer wrrt: Ha1 unlay wctk, while Mr Juhu C. Clemens. one of the most worthy and enterprising citize&e of Sus sex county. was absent from home, his little 9 >n. J. Clarence, a sweet and intet*?fl'ng boy, * bout seven and a half years olds was instantly killed by the discharge of a gan iP'ttae hands ot a lad of the name of Adams, who. Wag em ployed by Mr Clemens to work on.bis farm Adams was not aw are that the gun wa$ loaded when he pulled the fatal triggter. I'y Mr. H W Farley, of East Boston, has iuvented a method of satting the waives of lo comotives so as to obtain a rotary notion for the wheels Mr. F. places a suitable shaft just benea h the floor, on whiob -baf are two v,i.eels at distances ce responding gauge of 'he track The rail being cut awav ?t that point. th*se rollers are placed with their up p^r surfaces flush with the top of-the-fail. and oy ?o locating ihe locomotive that tha driving tv heels rest on that point any desired;motion my be tjiven by rotating the shaft , ^ A new steiimer. placed upon the Clyde, ha.- ber machinery so constructed that she may made to go laterally or diagonally, to go back, to go a head, to whirl rouwd in ber own length like a pivot.?in a word, to perform every description of manoeuvre or gyration ?bat possi biy could be desired on the w:iter The advan'ages of such qualfffiatibns will at once be seen, for by their means thenr>st tor U' lig navigation may toe overcome. Mr <Jeo. Mills, of Glasgow, is the patentea of this most nsefal invention. I f.~&* In Orange county, N. T . at a metho dist meeting, one of the male signers took hi* seat among the wr>mon contrary to tba estab lished rules, which forbids a promiscaous ar ! '?an^mcnt of the audience Others of the brethren tried to remove htm, and tb'ereupou commenced a free fight Two jfraApad a leg. another two each seised an aru*, and another c?rrud the head; the men :?nd women got thron^bly mined up. the lights were extin guiciitfd, '.ha stove pipe tumbled doartl,Jand be M'.t carried out fat*t U?rem'JW; butaiiarwards rec vercd five dollars in court for assault and I attcry FALL DRY GOODS SOU ? THO LS .iND* OF V L'H CHAS?RS. "fTTfe;hav* n w in =tore &nj'st.ail receive wwskly \ I somites ourinp thf self on? A la nit t'ock cf Stilt ard fri*nrO*ndt Plain Fr neb M-riooi Micea Je ?cd plum Black P! ??1 ^r."-1nr s. Casfcm?-ra ^i<k. : lain vnd PUiJ Moq?im^ Superior ic? Ai p* a*. Ountaa 01 Mbr> Ml (ihaflt'p CfT>crg C'otbs- Faglish Crapes, aj-'d Fine Printed Moua??.|in< Crap# airt Lnv* Em? ahdrri z Mtd A?f (.to*** v; Vhp? Kul & . i r. <?l"vr3 Lutdic* &iit a*i<i Cotton Niertno-andtytton llo- TIr>-i*ry In Rreat van rt>*rv ? I ObiW'ft lTt*rino Phlrt-, fitW and Merino V.-8ts bup&iar CUtth, Tknimfrm tmd IV Hn>js. t'a- inets auu JUtniuckji '4 pa AtM iutanai''. tor .T^an* ^kirtir^j a.. ^ id ifmnnela, of all Fup-rfin- rinp^ra Napkijui and Towv'Hn^ Pikr o and T?*l^ Cov-TB , a;s>. a fall aft-' rtraert of (Icntl^rovhV Merino mi Cotton 8hira an<l I>r??n>rs. Wooliee and tiot ?,!i Tlosierv. Kid, Silk. Merino Gloves, ^usi^ndt-r-. i>?va' ;. 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