14 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1

14 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1
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VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1854. NO. 558. tite evening star PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (1X01PI SUHDAT,) jt the !>tar Jiuildings, corner Pennsylvania uvew*s (W<t Eleventh street, Bt WAliLACII * HOPE, ?y j| ^ ?erved to subscribers in the cities of Wash in<t?jn Alexandria, Baltimore and PbUa jVlptna. *IX AND A QUARTER CENTP, paya 51^'werkly to the Agents. To mail subscribers th? (Mtorripuw price THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS 1 yfar in advance. TWO DOL I \gS for SIX MONTHS, .Hid ONE DOLLAR TUREE MONTHS. {fc^-Smuts copies oni c*jr. k BEttED? *ob u^ACH DISEASE." At th# r^i'i^1 of *"*ny ?f ?y patient#, I have ' mf\T?*>aXjh 1 to put up a ciaaa of my most effl , t ,5I5lpflow in the form or FA MIL T MED1 Ccr"\E~ rn-'1* <>n* soit*d to a particular disease, ani ' tbe awaufaamm* of th* nnstrom? arrt C "*!' ? of the lay, promulgate to the world that arapound will core *T1 diseases, ?nd who _s ath? worl?- at the great Italian physician 8p*i }' tmn,*> "put **'d\cin*i which they know little, int' buJvj u/Mch they know lest." * J. 3. ROSS, M. D., Phila par Chakra, Pystniery, Bow\ Complaints, <fc., pr J. 8. ROCK'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM This mixture is one ot the most important mt-di elaes, aid shonld be kept in all families as a "spe for Cholera and Bowel Complaints it has nev er failed. DynenWj Tanish<?9 in a few days whet tbi? artlefc* is n??-1 as lire ted Price 25c. Or. J. 8. Ross's Pais Cursr will cure Stiff Neck gn*? Throat, Pain* in th* face. Side, Back or Limbi fr?ai a Culi, Cholic, Cholera Morbus, Ac. It eur>.f gpralns, Chilblains, Cramps or Pains in the Stein *c-> or Bowels. Price 12/4> 25, and 50 eta Da. J. 9. R*?*'a Kztk&ct or Buchu is one of th? b?* rsm-dies ever used for diseases of tbe Kidneje Bl? ider, is. Price 60c. ?a. J.S- >?S3*3 Nibtcs) akd lnTiiuaATme Ooa Dili, for He*rt Disease, all Nervaus Affections, Fla: .j,? Heart Burn, Rcstlesnnaiia, Nurabn^sa, Neu raf.i*. raising the spirits, and giving power to th< wr*olt system, it la almost miraculous in its effect t" -sat* a bottle. D* J. 8. Root's Dtspsptic Compouwd. a ?ure cur* f?r Dyspepaia, Liver Complaints, and indigestion wh?n taken iu conjunction with hi* Alterative 0: Family Pills. Price of both 75c. Da. J. 8. Root's Golds.1 Pais for falling of tb< W uK Femaia W'ainees. Debility, and Relaxation They nave a peculiar affinity for the debilitated maaelee of the frmile, and iu no mttan-e have they feiltvl in ra iicaUy curing tho^e di3tre.vdng c:>m pUints females are so often subject- ??rica 60 cents Dr. J. 8. Rosa's ATn-^oiorrs or Rulroad PrtLS.? Tb??e pills are not warranted to oure in every mal % iv or disease incident U> man, but th^j are a grand remedy for a Bilious state ot the system and cotj nl^n 'ever*. When n^d with Dr. Rose'sTnnic Mix tar>. will jure the most etubborn ca'e* of Bilioup y..r.-r or Fever and A ?ue. Price 12}>^ and 26c. Dr. J. 8. Root's 8a?3.*farilla Compouhd, for all 8'sin Diseases and for purifying the Bluod, it ie su perior to ail otheri. Pries o'.'c. and $1. Da. J. 8. Root's Euxia of Op;om, free from all the bai eiT^cte of Opiuza or Uu.'.wium, each a? Ilsad ?cb?. Constip-tion, or 8ick ^tom^ch. Frioc i5c. AU wh->59 Constitutions are impaired bydisew?e or weax by natarc, should ee?d Pr. J S. Hose's "M?dl o*'? Aiviscr, ( viiich contains a description of the Din (.49^ of oar climate aud th* mode of treatment.) It cai be had without charge of Z. D. Giioam, CaarUs 8tott A 0">., W. Q. Qiltnei:. J.'^n W. Nairn, Patterson A Nairn, D. U. Clark. H n .McPfcerson, tViiliam T. ?van?, Kilwell A Lax rea^s, J. B. Sf.oore, Washingtor-; J. L. iidwell, Garget jwn; a?! by *11 dealers it Alexandria. Vix gin;*. je 2. ? LIVER COMPLAINT, 30 Y8FHFSIA, JAVNU1CK, C/1R0N1U OR NERVOUS DEBILITI, DlSE:iSS3 OF TiiS KIDNEYS, AND ALL DMSA'5SS ARISING FROM A DISORDERED LIVER X < OR STOMAOU. tn*ii a? 0>n3tipatioa, iavjrd Pi'M, fuUn?edo( 6loo; to the H??i, Acidity oI tbe dtoaisb., H?rt'TMrc, ?>:-?.5U3t ?o, 1, ?rV-ight in - the Tru U'loni, &.uvin; or F;r.^r lr..; at the Pit of the Siosrwh, flwiiriDin^ of the H* V*l?rri*?>^n*-Cittcnlt i?r -?-li,,jr,g> Fhitterin^ at tbe H?w.7t. Ohoihij or Sru "atis? Sersationi wle^l? % ivlnf postire; DiJlc^-s of Virion, Dots o." '<b*k>/? the sigh i, Fey^r t.vl Dnll F^in i*j thi hs*d. fcediM-a^y sf >jrspii>tkm, Yel'owseae cl the and ss, Pain in ti?s Side, Back, Chest. LiaYi, *3., g-aid-n tluihec or 5s*t, irajning is the *l?h, C^nTtaat lasajinltigs of evil, and Qrea i?f^.*30aivn of 3i?ir!.td, oati st arvacsxjAUT C7&D R DR. HOOF LAND'S Ctlebratod German Bitt#zc, PRISPAiiaD BY / DR. O.M. JACKSON, Ma, 1<8 ArtU str??i, PaUadiiphlJL ' Melr"power aver the %bovc iiarawie cotexoella^ if e 1 oaCed, by any other prsoaTtlan in tba Ucitj-i . as who surea aUcst, iu m-.-y ca3ee r.tsr ckU falfhyaialam b*l failed. Tbns bitter? are worthy the attention 5fiB7*!!i' P>wew!a5 great virtues is the res'ification of d's e^ees of the Liver and i*:?T !il%nd3, ei?rciaing th no* sr?.*ehhig powtx3 :-u weikners end vTTeotieni o? tne ii^satire orgaae, taey are, withal, 3afe, cortai; aod ,A' tf>?e A "ulAD AND B2 CONV?NJ?D. JU, MarcL, 1, 1353. Dr,<J. fll. Jask^ju: U11: ?i?r?F>r tbe pait cwo I Oive s-y-reiy atd'.ned irith Liver Oorn plaluX, Uyjpepua, Biliou-, Diarrhoea, and Pilot, ?u! urlo^ in a greatde :ree c >ajtauly, t'?e pains and in c?.>*? jiiieaMi a;U:uiaat apou such d'seases, without ene'^y, bsin^ s i*rceiy *'.ne to attend ts any buri t lodt a fcfeai ml *t my de.sn, and niied Q'.s? luuir f-l melicine, Wi.a no apparent ofcaage, until i ^>Uiel witi /our "U^ojiincCt litr.r.m liUieriy' ttV. ij^ya eaiirjiy curad .ux I hare gained in W?iiHt foriy p*u.iji since I -oamenced tfcsir W?, aa4 I a n n.o\t anrirel/ frts from paia ar: 1 ach? of l\ j kiad, and f<el likj a nei# man. I uuhesitaV l ts. ? a j-nl yaur Hiiteia to ail in v&lilS Voqm, reepeotfaiiy. JOixN R. OORV, No. 22 Lagrange Piac > ' "W? n. A iftoit, pab.af the Argus, Weston Inly 17, t55l, said: "I was la?t aaamar 30ver; i-w *ai weak aj not to be ab'.s to Jtuid at the ea^e longer than one honr at a tiiac- I tried one bottle OTyour German Bitten, which ?urlreiy curvd me. I bare -*ed two bottiea. I sent two bottles 160 mil* ftja hsra to a friend who had bee- sick for a Ion7 tiaie; ae has ^iso been cared by them f beltere tbem tc be sup-rior to any m-iioine new in use.** jK, 8. Parfclwa, Marietta, Ohio, F?b 2J, 1S51 ?aid: 4,Yoar Bitters are highly prised by tbotte wiiv bHT? osei thsm. Iriacase ef Liver Complaint, oj 1 ?ug ?i*uling, w'lt-.i had retitttu the tkui oj to era. r?/n;va??, was eatireiy .are 1 by tba ase of '* Co: cies.1' HLwaaei malr, Jewel?#., Waster, O-, Itvo 21,18-)1, sail: '*1 embrace this opportunity of in form'. r\?/oa of the gr->at benefit I ta7e derived from tne ase of Dr. flMfland'a Q^rmm Ci'ters. I ha^e u-?ei tUem for Ch-ils aad i'erer, and Bieorderel Storaajh, and foacd ra'ief in svery oase. They ire the beat raiaedy for Disordered Ht^aa^hil tbla: La existence." D. *6. SfbL**, ?l?i., Kl-.iT- cf the Ocurier, Nor jvioa, Cjuu, svii : 4il hive .?een unng your ?ler raa": <Jiit?r.? tor *>-r>e lime, foe Dyspepsia, and have f >no i ?? much relief from theca, that I have nw n? v.? saici .o jjve them a UrU-Trtie editorial en djrsem.*.*.' " iloldea, >??W1:?, ? Co., Janesvil'e, Wis. Sept. 1-551, aail: "Yo?ir Qarmaa fitters urn deserved ly popular m?re, ?nl aail tha prepared meli cined on our in*l7?f, n^uc have *'j sold which have given tne ea'-ula-jtioa of lioofla&d a (iozsaan Bitier*1 June 21, lSai, th'y sail: "VP* recommend tb?m a3 aa inraiaaida?pring and iuuimer medicine." W. ?. Orr, Wooster. O., October 2d, 1852, s*vi **Yoa asx me my opiaion ot tne German Bitt^re. 1 Live U'wd them for Dyspepsia and Indigestion, aad t?ie pleasure in stating th vt I thinit they are the ?er/ b?*t re-aeiy txtaut for tbe above complaint*? tVry ~k*e dtade-M% in the adv-ntce of g&I the prvpti etorg myixciw.i of the day." *,-?.*lr. Orr is a lisna<u!ab?l'awy?r of Wooeter. Tn*M riiUeraa.s aariaxir vairra^LS U-.ey ntoct prosi. <tiA the ty.U wi, bat invitjorcUe it. For sale in Waenin^ton by 'I*. D. WfMAil: In Georgetown by J. L. KFDWBLL In Alexandria ay R- PiSitPONf la Richmond by FDRCdLL. LADD A CO 1 la Baltimore bv 0AN'IIY h HATCH i la d<3 DIViS 4 MILLER In do 8J5TII HANCM. Ia do *ACPa?R80N A MARSHALL. In Nerfelk by M. A. 3AVTO* % 8dN. Aai by 'ejp*c:ab;e dii'er^ in meiidae every 'ee ^ - W WABREN'S IMPROVBt? Kl?t? AND A fcTBP.-^?f><?? COMPOSITION ROOFING.1 W'A take p.a?s ire ia calling the attention of parties coutenpliiting uUiUiing to this high ly popular ivj&ut uieierial, which has be?m iu ex tensi^e uso thr jusrii jot il?e : i*itv< ot Uie vVesUrra State aad Br>t ?L t r at wardu of 10 yean, daring which t>me v. n.v* Lrs.? ..vsted b> ev?ry vari ety of curuca^tarioee, an 1 ?? auivatraaiiy concelttl to po?ars3. iu a grt*.ai?r than anv other roofing material ia u.se, the valuable q ntiilnff ot cheapness, darabuity and bocarity against the action of tbe et ?MBk We are reviy to contract fir ioofing in tbe city aad country. Offlrt hour^ ir. Qi II to 12 a m , and 4 to 8 p a. C. :d. WAUilfi.? * CO, loib a , 2d dtor at M Guire'a Aafi,iou noca ?ug id?oiii* [No. 62J.1 GENERAL NOTICE ?0R RESTORING LANDS TO MARKET ON CKP TAIN PROPaSkD RAILROADS. \TJ"HERIS48 certain lands situated in the Kates 4 f herdEafter-mentiont d w?re withdrawn from sal or ?*ntry (except for pre <?mptirn claims) by or lsrs of the President of th? United States, issutd on the representations and at the ur???nt solicitations > f members of b:th hruws cftepvjs. in anUeipa tion of grunts tving made to aid in the construction j of racpoSED ju.iiEoiD8, and Ccnsrr?si not having made grants theref>r, the President has d rected that ail the lands heretofore thus withdrawn until further orders which were subject to entry at the date of withdrawal, (except thos* since entered l>y prt*-emption,; shall be restored to market precisely on the tame terms and conditions a? though tbe r^me had not be?n withdrawn from sale Notici is therefore hereby given that, on and af ter Monday, the ninth day of Octob r next> all the lands which were subject t) j rirxilt entry previous to withdrawal (except those since pre-empt d) situate iu tha following States, Territory, and lau districts icd particularly 0escribe'! in the notices of with drawal enumerated b<low. wiil a^rain be subject to private entry an1 location; and that those town ships advertised for sale previocs to withdrawal tfce roseiTatian of which has also been rescinded will be reproclnimed <or sale hereafter, to wit: Lands described in pnhlic notic? of withdrawal No 494, August 19th, 1853, for the railroad from Hrandon. Miss to >1 outgo me ry, Alabama: in tbe distriots of land sub.ect to sale at Jack son, Mississippi J>o at Augutta, Mississippi Do at Demopolis, Alabama Do atOahalta Alabama No. 496, January 5, 1854, for the railroad frorr Gain's Landing, on the Mississippi river, Arkansas, via Camden, and near Fu'ton, to th? Texan bound ary line, and its branches at Gaiaden : In tbedistrieto of lands subject to sale at Helena, Arkansas Do Champagnole, Arkansas Do Little Rook, do Do Washington do No 498, Jaruary 24, 1854, for the railroad to con nect the Chatfanoo^* Tennessee) wi'h the Oentra! nilrrad cf Mississippi at the Mobile and OLio road branch from a pcin: near My ton to Beard's Blutf. at the southern bend of the Tennessee river, Ala bama : In the districts of lands snhject to sale at Demop olis, Alabama Do Cahaba, Alabama Do Tuscaloosa, do Do Hunt^ville, do Do Lebanon, do No. 500, February 2?, 1864, for the rail rr ad from Mobile to Girard, Alabama, from Selma to Gunter's Landing, on the Tennessee river, Alabama, aud the continuation ot the road f.om Savannah, Georgia, via Mobile. Alabama, to N?w Or'eans, Louisiana. =nd the branch thereol from Albany, Georgia, vie K'ifaia, to Montgomery Alabama; la th9 districts of iands subject to sale at St. Ste phens, Alabama. Do Sparta, do Do Cahaha, do - Do Montgomery, do # Do Tuscaloosa, do Do Ilcntsville, do Do Lebanon, do Do Angusta Mississippi So Greennburg, Louisiana Do New Orleans, do No. 5o4, March 28,1851. for the North Missouri railroad: In the districts rf land subject to sale at fit. Louis. Mis ouri To Palmyra, Miasnuri Do * Milan, do D "> Fa-etr.", do No. 605, March 30, 1S54, for rai'roads from P?*n e-^cola, Florida, to Montgomeiy, Alabama, ind Iroiu the last mentioned p'a->? via W?>turap,ie, Ely too Decatur, and Athens. t<> the Tennessee tine In the districts of lands subject to sale &t Cah?.bf\ Alabama Do Tcsciloosa, Alabama Do Iluatsville, do Do Moot?nm**ry, do Do Tallahassee, Florida Ne. 697, Mty 16, lfco4, fj* the 'HkUnd and Otta wa. and other proposed i ail roads, and not released by Nctic* X?. 619, Jan* 11, 1854: ' ia the districts of l%nds*ahject to sale at Ionia, Michigan Do Gennessee, Michigan I Do Detr.it, do ' Do Duncan, do Da Bautt at. Marie, do Do Menasba, Wisconsin No. 516, June s, 1854, for the Iron Mountain and Mississippi River railroad: < la tbe districts of land subject to sale at St. Louis, Missouri Do Jackson, Missouri No. 519, July 15, 1851, for the railroad from Du buque, Iowa, via St. Paul. Minnesota, to Left Hacd ^irer, at Fond du Lac Lake huperior, Wisconsin, (except the 1 a:*ds in Wiscinsin heretofore restorer by n? tice No. 6 <0:) In the districts of lands su*j*ct to sal at Dubuque Iowa Do gtili Water. Min.Ter. Bo Brownsville, do Do Win ma, do Do heu Wiog, do Da Mi neapoi'S, do That the lands witndrawn in th? districts of land subject to Fale at Monro* and N'alcbivoches, Loui sisna, by notice No. 495, December 17, 1853, for th* r?il road from bhrevesriort to Vickshurg, in the said j?Ut >, and of whkh the reservation was extended by notice Vo. 510. wi!l b- snbj-ct to ?-ntiy eir?in on the, 7'h of December, 1864, the time Bxffl in said not:ce* and tl<at the respecfiv?> registers and receivers of the F-v-ral land ofltces abov? named will c?rry this no ti<* int* eff-?t without awaiting further instru-JtrvHs from this office. (liven under my band, at the General Land 0! fi?-e, at the city of Washington, tlws 5th day o. September, Anno Domini, 1654. By order of the President: j JOHN \nL80N, sep 7?2aw6w ! ' ' Commissioner. Rr~.: - . tt UiOAX I te ibsr 14th, 1854. j PROP0?4JWJ wlil h? receivetf at t'lla o(51;e nol i and erf t!fc> 16th o/~ovemher next, lor tne con bt ruction, eqnlpslTnt and uaiivery of an Iron stoats cr for tivs leik-'Sorvev jSirvio*. to bi delivered at ;> tr-it, or at any port of LaXe Slid, by the 30th of i-^xtJac*. not to ik ?? t'.sn 13'^ tcet lonjj, JO f-.rt breviih of be*ra, e-o'.usiv? ct li i tares for'paddie wheels ani wheel houses ; of no* l??s than iiQO tons burden, and depth ox held ab-)U( b# feet TL?e ds'-fe and cshin of said boat to he irnnk fash i'>n, ?ni to be divided a? fvll.:.'.78: f t the in chinerf. cabin and mess room f<rr te.? nauos; ot the'mAChinery. cabin and mww room for onicerR-. also to have cookiDg rcom, stewarn e rvuui, j ttuLiy, wutT el' sefc?, end customary cabin and kitchen fnr nitare for not less than twenty hands -nd fdx ofRc ;rs. "hr upper Jeek, r r ca^in roof, to be t?uflici>;c tly firm for customary use. I*il >t or whne! houses to be on 'he upper deck, and to be eupp.ied with customary conveniences for steerh-g. The o^t to be sshooner ringed, and to he supplied with requisite st ars, f-aiis and ringing. To ba prop erly pKLutod; to hav-i two adequate archftrs, with t^iequate chain cib!es and all customary fixtures of Oa *ser holes, chain cable boxes, windlass, levers, *c , 4c. Eich proposer to eaumerste detail* and dimen sion of parts, and t> furnish a drawing tnd model ol t >e h at. Ihe boat to be supplied with two good yawl boats not It-es than 20 feet long each, an ? each boat to iiave two good oars, with rudder and tiller. No advanoes to be made on the oontraet, and the War Department to have authority, for reasons, to declare the contract void, and to advertise anew. The War Department reserre* to itself tbe right to accrpt any of the proposals or to reject the whole and to advertise anew. The boat t > be able at eemmon steam pressure to maintain a speea of ten miles the hour 'find to be supplied with suitable coal bunkers, capable of b?o?inrf not tes? than 100 tons cf eoai Materials to be of the best quality, put together in a workmanlike manner, aud ail customary pre? c-iuticn-? aud fixtures for strength, and against Ike to be o'f & rved. The boat to have not less than 20 adequ-tte water buckets. 1 he bteam eogin? of b*et quality, to be of the low pres-uiv kiod, with the bebt receat improvements. Waen the boat is reported ready, by the con rac tnr on- Inspector will be appointed by tb j War De partment, one. an oftlvr of ihe Navy, to b^ cho.-en l>y th ? 'onttict'r. The?j two to select a third, and to employ not excc*ding two proles ional eteam bo tm'P. Also to employ the requisite firemen, lahortrs, 4c , in order n make inspection aud trial. The boat after inspe<'tion to bo e?postd to a t ial trip, of not less than 100 miles, in moderate weath e-, on which trial trip, said boat sh-.ll maintain an av;Tige sp?ed of not leej than ten mil.s the hour for ftm cons^cntlve hours. Th? c Ttiflcate cf said inspectors, in re^er-nce to th? condition, strength or materia's and machinery, p orkmauship, finish, aud ps?form<iuce of the boat, to be received as evidence that tha coutractor has in filled h'.s coQiract; also as evidence wf expenses of inspection and trial, one Hal"' cf 6aii expenses to be i-aid by tke United States, snd on- half by the c^met-rr. J. J ABEi?T, Col. Corj a xop. Ecg'rs, srp It ?d^0tA2awtNovl TA*T? lBftTiru NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. PW. BROWRlMOj Merchant Tailor, Pa ? avenue, *ader tbn United States Ho-, mm to) wou'd n-eprojuliy inform hid customers and the public generally that he ha? just re- ylA ceivod new Fall and Winter goodp in gnat^UL variety, such sb Clothe, Casslmeres. and Votings ol the latest importation, and is prepared to hare them made up at the shortest no?ice,- in the moit fashion able manner, sad at low rates of prices. Having made arrangement' to go into the Ready ?ttfdeClothiwg business extsns'vftly this season, he e>:is confident that he can offer to those wishing to purchase a sto^k of C'othiDg, not inferior to any in thi) city, and not me.de up at the North, as is usu ally the exec with work sold here; hut cut in his own establishment, atid m?de by our own needy cit itens in this dull season at low rates of prices, ho is enabled therefor, to compete with northern work in point of prices; and as to quality and style, he will leave for those who favor him with a call to <udge He can Bull whole suits, Ceat, Pants, aud Vent, at the following low rates: Goo 1 sui' for business purposes, Out of cloth or c?9 sinere, for ths small sum of...~ * $15 Dress and frock Coa's, from $10 to JtfG Overcoats of different styles 12 to 25 Black and fancy Pan'aloons ? $3 60 to 10 Silk and Veflvet Vests 2 50 to 10 Thift et<Kik of ClrthiDg is of a superior quality and has bton mude up since he received the fall and winter fashions. lie keeps constantly on hand a large aannrtment of farcy articles?such as Gloves, Cravats, Collars, Umbrellas, 4c. Sole Agimt tor the sale cf Scott's Report of Fash ions in this city. '? ' sep 16?tf , HEADQUARTERS, Onner of Thirteenth and E street*, near the Theatre. ? The proprietor uf this public house, Mr. Wijiiam Gr-'npon, has r?fitted, ren oviitf.d, and prepared his ^tublishment tor tho accommodation of vi i(ers iu snch a rnnnner th*t he trusts will give fu.l sati6firti (ion to all who extent to him their patronage. He ha iund* arrangement* to h*^e the ve>y bibt of OY^TtSftS, *c., for the whol-i sn?.s^n, without regHrd fo?', ense. fc'wpiil e-1 ard Parties promptly supplied. His Har and Lard?r is at all times st > d with the hcpt in the line. Mating his acknowl' dgments tor past eLcouragement, he respectfully invites a eon tinmnca of the same, with every iuteution and t-x -rt'on to pleare. A jew Hoarders can be comfortable afcoramo dated. s?'P 22? 6m . UNUJCRTAIvBRS,**. COFFIN WAREROOM, &c7 J. WILLIAM PLANT & CO., t'V DERTAKKR&?residecc- 418 gev cnthstreet, between G and II streets. Interment^ pr, cured in anj ground or c?meter;. Ct.fflns, Capf, Shreuds, Carriages, Ilearie, and every article for in'ermew* of the b?*tf 'quality furnished at short notice, on the most r*a*onaMe ttima, and at all i hours of the night. Having the exclusive right of] Crump s I'atect Corpse Preserver, we gusran;f-e to keep the dead for any length of t^me. cc 11?tf UNDERTAKING & CABINET MAKING f|VI--, advertiser returns sincere thanks to his -1 fHends and the public iu c^neral f r thsir p%*? patronage, < <>nd informs them th<t, with in-1 creas< d facilities, he is prepared t" attend to ail order? in his line of husin"" with I promptness and dispatch. 11? t'ives bis p^rcon-.l at- j i> ntion to Undertaking, and rhoo requiring his :ervlc->s Tvil! alwa.s find him cartful and obliging. Calls attended to at all hours, d-iy ?nu nig:.t In ths cabinet making line he trus n tc be *ble to give satisfaction as heretofore. His establishment is on l'a avenue, Nos. 186 and 18$, between 17th und 18th sts , First Ward, Wuhhington. ^ " s . . J03KP11 GAWLER, bet i??im ' Cabinet Maker aod Undertaker. CABINET MAKER & flffDERTAKEK. T?IK undersigned would respectfully inform his friends, ac-quaintances, sad the public generally L'tal h* still to ?xccute all order* in hie Un* of hu3in*o In lie beat manner and at the short cut noHc*. , , liti'AUtiMQ nsatlv and pr^notly n^ecatcd it FUHUUALS Btt-rnded tc< at the shortssi notice, and in the bee' manner. Bcgifixjpjtscrvctl in the uisxt ptrfeei man r er, tven in the vttxrmzit wiiher. v. i) ickfiil for p?at fi^vor&, he would respectfully nc.Hclt, aad v?ill cnde*70r to merit a continuance oJ the 8?in?. ANTHONY CUCXLLV, l a. are , n. 'Sd;, between 9tb acd l^thets. Ktsid-uoa: Jir. Martin's, No. 393, i> street, t kd tovae 3A?t ou| Uv aira?t. mar 17?ly ~ UKDEETAKEIiT J WOULD r??je^tfully returu my thanks to the k citir.saa of Washington and its vicinity for their j?at pi?troaa?:.^ aud bay that owing to the freqaent ?aula ia thai Undertaking ucanch of my business, I have been induced to discontinue the inannfarture i Purcitoro, and turn my attention fuliy to the J1VDBRTA&I&G. I huve .paied co pains to have -\xry thing that u re^uipiv to my buoineaa, a*id 1 therelorw faiiy prepared to meet any order ! -w nfoniov^B nctico, and I insure three who m(.v <ive me a call that i will epere no pwns t* carry oti! dieir orders to their entire satisfaction. JAMEH F. HARVKV, No. 410, 7th. pt., b?tweKn Q ?n l N. fl.?Calls anenaed to at ail nour-a of the a'/hi 9ar ??ly GAS LIGHT! GAS LIGHT! THOMAS L.KWIS, PRACTICAL GAS FITTER, loth street, betr.eeu Petma 8venue and B street, (Few door3 above PicGtcire's Auction More.) AVIaU served a regulhr ppreutic-shipof over fi?e yeart at Fnung bu~iiio-s iu ouvof the , lurgeht e^labiii hment-. i/i Ihil i^if.lphia, I wfrvd rejptctfudy inform the ci'iB?-ns of Washingtcu and Georgetown ihat lam prepacwl io tU up Dwellings, Churches, stores. <ic., in a neut ajad substMiUul manner, aid warranted not to lenk. T. L. executes all kinds ofiroa Pip? Work, for g%s, t-tea<n, and water, at the shortest notice, and ou tccommodatiug turma Numerous references given if required. sep 13?lm* "GLENWOOD CEMETERY." l '5IIS beautiful burial plare of the dead having just be-'ii dedicated with appropriate ceremonies far the purpose, is no n open for the reception of the remains of deceased persons. The MAUSOLEUM has capacity for a hundred bodies, in which suth iriends of tlie dead as uiaj upplv can place the departed until they esleet sites for the graves. The plan of the incorporators- is ocr of equality iD regard to the lots, whi -h will not be put up pufclij'.y lor sale, (although they unatiy briag a pruuii'irr.,) ?taking tue early seicotion of lots tie moot desir able. Until an office is established in the eity of W**h ington, appikitiona wi I be punctually atf? nded to at the pr??ent office, in the east wing ol th? build ing on entering the Cemetery. WM. 8. HUMPHREYS N. B.?Qlenwood is situated a short dintanca due north of the Capitol. nig 11? ;_;n? ii FOE POOB AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING IA)! 4 o^ 10 feet or mor?, iu various parts of the City, and 'leorgetown, at l.<w prices, and terrnB to suit. LLOYD A CO. BUILDING STONE For sale, deliverable at the Caaal, or Wharves iu Washington. Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOVD 4 CO. For sale, a large and handsome CARRIAGE and

HARNESS. LLOYD & CO, 15th street, opp Treasury Department. Jy 28?ly . / ^ . NEW WOOD AND COAL YARD. rnilK subscribers would respectfully inform their X numerous friends and the public generally thai in addition to oor Wood aud Ooa; >ardneirtfc? Phoenix flaning Mill, Georgetown, vra hav?, for th<i hotter acoommoiation of that portion of our cos tomers who re?ide in Washington, opened a yard at the corner ol Twenty first and I s:reets. At. ither of tile above place9 those in want of fuel will at all time-t find a good supply of all kinds of WOOD and CuAL, at the lowest market prions. All orders left at either ot thn above pieces will ba attended to with promptness and disnatch. afp 27?dim TKAVJ4K8 A STOVER ! OK(lLS<*iiliAGKK 4u BKO., ENGINEER A ORNAMENTAL DRAUGHTS* MEN AND ENGRAVERS, PENNSYLVANIA avenue, between 12.h and 13tb streets, north side, over V ss's Je velry Storebis. T. U. AG. A- Oehlrcblager would repp*ctftjll>* armeancfc't? toeir friends and thf p ihlic that they have opened an offle at tht above place, where all vrders in the various branches ot Drawing an i Bngraving will be prompt ly aud earefully bttendel to We particularly ca^l the a'tcntioo of pereans wisbiug Designing of En/ra~in^ on Wood, as tbi^ is tha only < frici! rtt present tn Washington where such work can be ex* ecuted. ?' sep 'Z6?lm* j OFFICIAL TMA6URY DtPAMittOT, August 26,1854. Notiw i? hereby given to the holders of the fo'. owing^escnhed stocks of the United states, that r nt i8 prePared to purchase, at any tune between the date hereof and the 20th day of ? Tk? T neXt< pott'ona of those stocky amounting in the aggregate to $3,840,000, In the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: n case of my contingent comnetition, within tbe 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, bv the psrtiec who are to receive the amount ther of, must be transmitted to this department ; upon tbe "E?v?""0* a priw ' ^pounded of .he following particulars : 1. The par value, or amount specified in esch cef i6cat.e. 2 A premium on the stock ?ftbe loan suthorired by the act of July, 1S4?, red-*eniable November 1/, 18o0, of 3 per cen ^ on the stook of the loan an thomed by th- act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decern ber. 1862, of 11 per sent ; on the stook of the loan, authorized by the acts of 1847 and '843, and r-deem able, the former on the 31st Dece.nbr, 1867, an I the latter on the iOth June, 1868, of 16 per cot and on the stock of the loan a .thoriz-1 by the ac' of 1860, and redeemable on the 31st December, 1864 (oomiBonl/- callei the Texan indemnity,) six per cent . 3 Interest on the par of each certificate from the lbt ot July, 1854, to the date of rfceipt and settle ment at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest in addUii-2. Payment for pad stock* will bo male in drafts of tbe Tr?asur?r of the United States, on the Rsfistant treasurer at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But no certificate will be entitled *o the benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 20th day of No vember next. JAMES GUTHRIE, aug 28? dtSOV-ov Secretary of Treasury. PIRE GILDING, GALVANIZING, AND ELECTRO SILVER-PLATING, I OR ALL KUCDS OS MJJTAL. FLABARRE would respectfully inf rm the pub # lie that he has opened a Fhop at the corner C | ana lOch streets, in the above business, and is now reedy to receive orders in any branch, namely: PIRE GILDING on all kind* of ornaments for churches, chalices, ' ewe!s. and regalia for Free Masons, Odd Felloe, and ether socie ies, militnry ornaments, Ac. Also, _ , SILVER AND BRASS WATCHES, Chains, Goblets, Lockets, Tea and Table Spoons, Desert and Butter Knives. ELECTRO STLVBR-PL \TING On Military Ornajneot*, Fruit Baskctj, Waiters. Candlesticks, and tassei*. Also tsilrer plating for Plumbers,Qss Fitters, Ac. All rrnaments for military, Free Masons, Odd Fel iottj. and othsr Sei^5ot>g j,nd Clubs mad-? to order on the sborttst nctiw. FRANCIS LABARRE, Corner C and 10th cts west, near Fa. ave frs 6?8n OAETBR'3 : spamsb mmnm. Wka Ar?at Fwrifltr of tb? Brood I ??t a Particle of Mercury in it. ArInriuiBU Rnriuiyfor berofuia, Erll,Rhen-1 Ksti-.-m, 0"ostin?te Cutaneous Kruutlonn, Funtlepcr I Faot?lfBOiiithe Fecc. Blotch, BoUa. Ct.ror.io s<.T* j Byes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Soald Heed, Enlarge- ! xarnt and Fein of the Boned and Joints, Stubborn i W*** Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Co m- I plwnts. and all Diseases arising from InjuiS'cioua ] MKercmy, ImprudenceinLiio. or Imparity of IRord. "]pHJS v*l>3sb!? Medicine, wStfcfc has bwsieceie brcted foi the number of extraordinary cures ?ffected threngh it# agenay, bun reduced the propria tor-, at the urgsat request of their friendd, to*offer it to I r e puUic, wiiicb thay do with the utmost confi. uT3C9 in its virtues and wonderful eurntive proper ties. The following certificate?, sMoctei from & iarre number, are, however, etronger testimony tl-sn ti e Litre word of the proprietors; and are all from gen tlewsr. w*U knows in their localities, and of the hick-' ?a; roareoiabili.y, aa^ny of them residing Jd th? city of ivSchmsnd, Va. B0YD1N, Ssq,, of the Exchange Hotel, itloh rend, known everywhere, 5aye he has seen the Medi cine called Cu&Tn's administered JL ovex a hundred cases, in nearly ail the diseases for v. hi', h itia resommesded, wi^. the m&tt aHtr-nishindly good reenits. Uestjg it >3 tia most extraordinarv zi rdicine he has erer attn. AGUE AND fmrjSii?aiiSAT CDRS.?I hereby oertify that for three yeaxr I^ad Ague ?ad Fever cf the most violent description. I had Sorerai Phvsi c.aB8, took Isi>e quiintiues 0' Quinine, \iercury, and I. believe ail the Tonics adrertised. but all 'vitjjout sermanentrelief. At last I Carter's Sspenirb two bottles of nhkb effectually cured lie, X6u* I uui happy to e*y 1 have had neither Chilie >r Ferris since. I conidder it the best Tonic in the THria, and the ouiy Kf.d'aine that ever reached n.y 0> JOHN LONGDEH, leaver Tcu, na&r Ri< baio*4 Vs. U. B LUCK, l?q., now It tfc#cJty cf Blcnmora. ard for msny year3 in the 10Won. has such confl <i-yceinth? astonishing efficacy -of Carter's Spanlnh V:iMnre, that he haa bought npwsrde of ?8 bottles, which hehaagiven away to the afflicted. Mr. Lack nays he has sever ktowr It to f?Jl when taken acoori lag to directlorifc. Dr. MINGE. a practicing Physictsa, and formerly efthe City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, ss^s he kas witnessed in a number of instances the effects of Carters Spanish Mixture, which were most truly sur prising . He says tn ? casecf Consumption, dependent OEthsldrer, the good effects were wonderful indeed.' SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of thafirm of Drinker A Monis, Richmond, was cured of Liver Comprint of a years standing, by the use of two hottles of Cartel's Spardsh Mi^iore. GREAT CURE OP SOROFUIA.~The Editors d tho Richmond Mejiublican had ? eerTint employed in ?li?ir press rcom, cured of violent Scrofula, combined with Rbcumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles &f Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure ?f him, acd the Editors, in s public no tice, ce.y they " cheerfnDy recommend it to all whe are t5*!oted with any riisr&gc of tho blood." f Tir.L ANOTHER CUKE OF SCROFULA.?I ha 1 a very valuable boy eti-ed of Scrofula by Carter's ipaniflb Mlxturs. I consider it tiuly a valuable iirdicine. JAMliS M- TAYI^R, Conductor on tb* h. M, k P. li. R. Co,, RicLmoiiu. Va. HAW BHBUM 01 TWENTY Y>IARA 8TAi*iiINtf OUKED. Wf. JOIiH THOMPSON, residing in the city of Biohmoud, was cured by th?ee bettlw of Carter's Spanish Mixture, ef Sa4t Rheum, which he h?J rr*rly twenty years, and which ail the physicians of the uity oould not eure. Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in the city of Richmond, Va., e*>d bin cure is most remarkable. WM. A. MATTHEWS, ef Richmond, hfed a c?r T?nt trurcd of Syphilis, in the wortt form, by Ca^i tei's Span'oh Mixture, de scys he cbeerfnily r?> crroraends it- and oowpiders it an invaluable tredi cine. I'D WIN BURTON, oommietionor of the revenue, cays he bar tees the good effects of Sartor's Spcnish WJxtarein a number of Syphilitic cases, and ttyc il Is a eure for that horri ble dif-ebfe. Y-yf? HA RWOOD, of Ricbmcud, eured of old Porer and Ulcers, which disabled him from walkingi Tool a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and ??senabled to walk without a cratch, in ashcr( (Jaie permanently cured. Principal Depots at Ef. WARD, CLOSE A 00- Ko, ti Maiden Lane, New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 1S2 North Second etreet, Philadelphia. HEUNItTT * HXfilio, No. lit Main street, Rich. ei ad. Va. / nd for sale by CHAltLEF 8TOTT, Wasliinetcn, l\ G.; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggist* everywhere. IrisH $1 per bottle, or six bottles for $* eep2i~y TITSKST VICTOKIOUS. YOU will frvd at the same OLD STAND, Pennsyl vania avenue near 12th street opposite the Irving Hotel, LOOKING GLASSES with or without Frames; Portrait, Picture and Miniture Frames o| tbe latest lea; Brackets, Tables, Room Moulding OorniMS, Ac., Ac.; or by leaving your order yoa c*J have Any thin;? <*one in my line. N. Vi.i Fr-mes, Ay.,Te*ilt at the sfcoHest no tice on mH>naoie terns. Dont forget the plaee. feb SO-ly JOHif WA0N1R. EVENING STAR. THE BATTLE OF RAMSAOITH S MILLS The Daring Son* of V?e present our readers with a most Lril Mant partnan adventure of the heroes jf '7rt te^est? wDk !t Wl11 be read with much cerest. We regret to say that it has been WeCt?rg'fCf * in the history of our country ^atif^hdT;??,xw"4,eS ?l t. history of our country, is-anothcr gallant nar 178Un N^l,UreAaChieVed ?n the 22d of 1 1780. Neither American regulars nor British I soldiers having any concern in this spirited affair, it was fought entirely by raw milit; men. of the whig and tory parties ?a?b?K.t !,Wel? h"ndr6<1 (f latter having a?sembled under the command of Col. Moon, i encamped in strong position at Ram*umr s Mill, a tew miles westward from the Catawb.i i river, and in the vicinity of tbe line which 1 separates North from South Carolina In which of the two -nates the encampment w ? ?riU?iS?' 18KDlat VT.C*ent di8l'nctly recoiled ed. although the writer of this narrative has been frequently on the spot. In addition to rapine, and the predion general distress, a iavorite object of this par \ was to overawe and weaken theadj .cent eou< ?H?flHy.Cap unng .and wfthin ?hr British lines a number of i s most inft ;enti?l inhabitants Resides being thm preveuU-.i from taking a lead in the active measures cf resistance, these were to be held as host.?* ? friends^? conJm:t an<^ neutrality of their rlo defeat the mischievous purposes of this par y and to dislodge them f.om their ST-mg ho d, the most spirited of the whig* from Ire dell a neighboring county, assembled ro the t.h'ee hundred men, under the com mand of Col Locke, ihese conned princi pally of foot but in paTt of a small corps of mounted infantry, armed with rifles, pistols, and sabers, led by Capt. Falls, an othcer of peculiar gallantry and worth. This hasty levy of soldiers presented a spec tacle eminently interesting. They were fresh from their homes, their private habits uni ro ken, no discipline or concert of aoMon estab lished among them, and all their domes.ic feelings clingmg around their hbarts. They were, in the true sense of the e*pres cion, a band of friends and neighbors, being the same settlement, and. perfectly kniwn to each other in private life In the whole party there was not an individual who had not repeatedly united with the others in rural spona and social enjoyments. As citi snepfrhlJ a1' ?f the Sauie rauk- and re Kj i J fy WJcre ma3tera of tht ajil the. had assembled to defend. Of this corps of patiiota, the militarv prow ess was entirely untried; not one of them, with tie of Capt. Falls hattog ev.r "7 fronted an enemy in the field. Theii or.lv JklMl,n^qUUemCrDt vas Srcatexpertnes? and tk11 in the use of tne r tie In that qualiti cation they had few suj erior* ?K?e,DgLa!1^S?ed in the'rwmmon apparel, they exhibited no uniformity of appearance I ro remedy this, and to distinguish them from ? the tones, who were known to be dressed in the same way. they fastened over the crowns of their hats, fr-m back to front, descending to the nuw on each side, strips of white p*n*r, abou-|two inches broad. Each one brought to tbe place of rendezvous his own ritle fifty rounds of powder and ball, a week's provision and a light blanket. That they might be ner tectlj unincumbered, neither baggage wagon ' nor pack-horse was attached to the party i Ihus accoutred, eager for battle, and pant j ing for glory, without waiting for a considera ? that waa "ambling in Rowan, a ' neighboring county, under <>en. Rutherkrd, to join them, they moved in haste and silence towards the scene of action Ihe second dav's mareh brought them into the immediate vicinity of their obket They encamped for the night, determined to ; strike and hoping to surprise the enemy in the morning. Rut in this they were disappointed On advancing to the attack, about oreak of day, they found tho loe on the alert, and ready to receive them. They, therefore, resolved to i wait until it should be completely light, that the aim of their rifles might be the more deadly. The morning opening, disclosed to them a i preparation for defence and resistance, n uch more than they expected to find. The enemy were posted on top of a hill covered with tim- i brr. which afforded them a shelter. Their ; flnnks were protected l>y a swamp, a-mail stream of water flowing in ?he rear. In front ' ot their encampment was ereeted. of stakes and brushwood, a bre.Lgtwoik sw compact as to be proof against small arms, and to impede, in a great measure, the operation of cnvalry. A j strong detachment of tbe foe was statioced in advance of breastwork, armed with rifles and co: cealed behind trees. At first, this array of men and means was appalling But the hubicon was passed Re treat would bo ruin, accompanied with dis grace?battle might also be ruinous, but could not be dishonorable Without hesitation, there tote, the latter was resolved on. At his cwn request. Captain Falls, with his mou .ted infantry led the attack. 'When at! the distance of about eighty paces, he received the fire of the ememy's advance. Re'urning this with considerable effect, he rushed.sword in band, into the midst of them, th^cw them into confusion, and forced them to fall back. Pressing his fortune with too much ardor, he I received a ball through his breast, and he fell dead from his hoxso. IJis party, however, undismayed by the loss of their leader, continued the actiottWfth great gallantry, until the foot advanced to tbeir? up port. when the enemy was driven behind his breastwork. Here ensued a most murderous conflict The whigs, having so far leveled the obstruction as to. render it passable, rushed over it; mingled wiii. the enemy, and in many instances grap pled with them man to man. Every instrument and means of death was now resorted to. Tho bullet, the sword the rifle-butt, and even tbe hatchet, with which some were provided, were abundantly employed. Rarely, in any ca>e, has blood been more inexorably, or by the same number of combatants, more prodigally shed. ? For a time the issue was doubtful. Pressed by superior numbers, the whigs were once co n pellea to give ground, some of them retreating across the breastwork. But resolutely bent ou victory or death, they returned to the charge with such fierce impetuosity and great effect as bore dwn all resistance. fe .The tories broke and fled in confusion, the whigs for sume distance hanging on their rear wi'h terrible slaughter. Thus terminated an affair in*h?eh so many gal I ant spirits made their first, and too many of them, alas, their last essay in arms. In tho course of it. tho whigs performed prodigies, ar.d the royalists manifested a degree of reso lution and valor worthy of a better oatim, ihe latter lost, in killed, wounded, and prisoners, upwards of six hundred men. The prisoners and wounded were paroled, and lib erated on tbe field of battle. The numerical loss of the former was exi cecdingly heavy, nearly half of them being killed or wounded. But the actual loss""which consisted in theoharacter rather than the cum* ber of those that fell, was ino^jevtabig., ,0a that fatal day, some of the choicest blood of the South was heroically offered on the altar of f'tedoin. The death of Capt. Falls, in partioular, was deeply lamented. In thb ranks of his count try he did not leave behind him a purer pat riot, or a more gallant *>idier. His son, a youth of fourteen, had aocom panied him to battle. When the Captain fellj THE WEBKLY STAft. This eseelieat P?iljr aal Jo?*il-<:oila*i?? Jn| g neater variety of interesting readini tlUJi to fo??d In other?u puWiahod on ftauutUy. TCUU ?ln|S? copy, per annua ???? ? ?' * TO CWM. _ - Five cop<p?. - I ao Ten do ...? J J Twenty to.. 00* Ca??, utVAaiAiLT rw anvanei. OCT- 81ngle copies (in wrappers) can be procured a the counter, immt-f'ioi-ijr after the ia*ue of the pnp?;r. Price?THasa chits. r<>?Ti?*8TSRK *tio act as agents will he aiionrd a commission of twenty per cent. this high minded stripling, moved by an in sti:ctive impulse of affection, sprang from his horse to embrace the body, and to pr^ts^t f* from inault On? of the enetny. believed t<? br? the same that *ho* Captain Falls, airacccti with a view to plunder the corpse; the son, suddenly snatching the sword of the decea?wf piuuged it into the boa >tu of the marauder, and thus at once punished audacity, and no? b!y avenged his father's death So deadly wns the aim of the tory riflemen, at the commencement of the action before the sui-.ke of their own ?re bad obstructed iheir viiw, that many of them placed thtir ball* iu tho lower end of the strips of paper which the whigs wore over the enwns of their hat* Every shot of this description, passing thr<nr^ i the bruin, was ins antiy fatal. * ** 1 i.-J ' '. . "'k Frnniw Dk\th Suc< eibiRii tus Kvtpac* tm* of a Tootii ?We ruentiouVd a few week^. ajro, in commenting upon the statemPr^ ?f"? Cincinnati paper respiting the swfnl which the ciitor had s.ud w?ro :b? results ?? rotting a dossil of lint, wet with chloru^riM, i ifo r tooth, that sudfTeh dea h occurred sow> t;mc9 from the Jrawiry of n t? or1j with"'.;' tho u c of chloroform Ore ot ine nvo** rf .?}e-table m< iicai p<vii<,nefs of J*?.'e?iwn county de'ails iu :? ictitr to us a .u point: "A y-'ung lady of Ofdham county In ? ?rdinary health, (perfectly well. tfc* T>fht y -:iy,) ride two miles to a physician at d bed n t< oth extracted. Aim. si immediately j jr.?ly? ? of one side of the body ocorrc i. t rteustfipor, acd death 'followed in a fe<v hours It ebc ha 1 smelt at a bottle of ch orotoim those d>* as'e.-s would have t>^e?> laid to iu ch -tfff iy those who si!*ays think that wlia? are coitici^. denees are cause a"d effec fiut this y<?un.; laay did not use chloroform r.o- anything ef th-.- kind, and her case ?hov.s tuei ilv ot ?ih etibing a sudden dea'h takes place soueiuuus when teeth are extracted, t chloroform if it were used. I shows that sudden death* hap^e~ from other causes than chloroform*' nud ti is possible that the cause of death which a^t^l in this lady's case may Sometimes he iiropera iion, where chloroform happen to be given ls>ui?~V'l!>i is'i'trit-r. ?> Pof.rtr.E Stamps ?An oTd lady in' Paris, a few weeks ago. made PonWhirgf f a mwin ?^e po.-t cflioo, becau-e a letter tor wiich ?he al leged she had paid, wns delivered at its desti nation postage unpaid 'Ihe cn.<e went iutu Court the wouian persisting in ttfer sta'emeu', iho fost office oierk is f ertinaciously denying it, uutil at last the plaint til', from a large p. cket-book, hauled out her receipt, a fu*i ner* stamp ' Ihe Court was convulsed, and the old lady fined for the disturbance The case, nil but the trial, is not withuat its coun terpart in s,<me sections of this country For ins'arce, the F.:yettevil!e (N. C ) Observer mentions the receipt, on Monday, of a busi t ess letter frr?iu some part of South Carolina. ft,r wi.ich the editor had lo pay five cents C'n opening it, however, he found the postage s'^mp enclosed. We have read of like eases in other quarters. Tan Millerites.?Discreiiaocies of an ex ceedingly unpleasant nature exist among tho M.lleritea. Some of the Second Adventist* :?t Worcester. Mass , have |H>sitively decided t .-<t the final co-summation of all earhly things will transpire on the 1 i:h ofl^is m^ntK while others Were equally sure That it was to uccur on iuesdav of last week?a mistake not lc-s certain iu the former esse than the last. At Syracuse, however, it ha* bean decided that it cannot take place until the l'.'th of May, 1?55. while in oar own city il is sel Jown hs oertain to occur before the termina te .i: of the preseut year. In this multiplicity nf'opinlons inquirers after the truth will had it very difficult we imagine, to arrive thereat. Potatoes. ? The New London Chronklc scv?; We are ir\furmed by an intelligent bjxi r< li.ible man, who has just retured from an extensive tour through Northern and Western Massachusetts, that potatoes iu that region rtre not only plentiful and of excellent quaiuj. chenp; that he ha< not heard a word said qf lot nor any o: her disease since he has befri gone, and that the}' can be purchased at ffty cents a bushdl. an 1 he i- of opimoo thak^0<> 1 potatoes can he delivered here at the latter price. Apples of the tirst quality are ?)Td a? Uarre. and the adjoining towns, at one dollar a barrel, barrel avrl a't. *.~W There is a most astonishing yield ot" ?:,_>rns in Illinois this season, and also in the valley of Virginia and other sections of thar rftjte Trees are leaded with this fruit ar^i f >r the. puri ne of i'atening hogs it is e tual to Curn; particularly is it the case with the acorns from the white onfc While mast fed j t?rk is n.'t esteemed No. I in quali y. yet by takii g j oikeis from tho woods for a few week prior to slaughtering, an l feeding on c?rn, vb* fat and meat are solidified, rendering it difii cult to tell any difference from a thoroughly corn-fed porker,^ ... . ^ 1 = ytp JOHN REfcSE, rnormmtH of thf En?Ie Flumhin? an^ ' as-Fiftirf Um < t*/ OUIil) mly .-sir ti e artet'tifitt ? *tf e tV citt*?us of >? a.--I;iii^t'fi It-. toWo,hndTitiolly i > the i-icHtt u' Tt He ut cf Oo 'Jn in his I'll-*, wh*>-h'he r.f<. en haud AfcUisdii y .t.'eivi .g.?ute!i?ou to."2 Cbacde)t?r8, L'H'j. J i^iiis, Urn, i. t.-, Pen Jeu"l<, and in fa t everv ar'ieV- loitn^l with 'hp Otc-- *lt t.ui bciiueiis tan W. 1'tuud nt ios eitt'.-j^hmeilt. ? i: bracing all the .- ?t ln'-au'y, s'.jl?, dit,a '?i.l'ty snd fthapi.'V. - M;P i>iumbiu< d?*;-a!iui??-ut eu.b'4ce?-?<} *rficie? in ri hf l<ne, t-uch a.- t-iaibi-: up Ha?lu!'.ar.dr, B;<th ul>s, rh'?wer Bath-<, a*:if x'l tlie i.-<??*? ary lor ili? pr -s?r iisoo ttitr ?r>.n<?ti ot !.i- biiM uesii Wort. c. nfi ied U> b>ui wr.i receivr pT JUip' at t-ntion, ?nJ ie, uM.?n b* u : = in Hu'ldfr."* ciui ail othrrs v..:! tin I it t their ad v^ntfge bftoiaguia^ eih?!*rii r-, to call nt the ' fe' ACi L k. DKI'UT, Corner o; tmua. avenue ?n.Jt>.b *t r??p 15 - ?"??Ini PIANOS FOR SALE AM) RKNT. fgi New and second-hand PIANOS ?f f fV?T'*ny own aad several other factories, ar. alwavs to i? had ht uiy I'ituo WsrwuiB, on )itn btreet, botwc u feun?->iTunia and II 8tr.-et. O-jr -l'*d ."iai-aa Uk.ni. in exchange Tuning u'w:. -.vu^u <?i u . k C. K kICU 1MB .VC'li? P 8 ?A v?ry |o? pi itV.i^?c<ud o?u V Pianos ft <ni |U. fnr ??!? tft CAUTION. VITK tii? uudt-rsigued. Folders, hbv* jtinrfy T^ f V snivel thatif w. Jet?*' ?nv pf-r<* n orjer>ors hereafter in l?u*iu^ aeltivV, fiiling, vt oulleotir ; bottles with tb.-7or.OHin.r caiu^s ou. via: it Amy, Amy ? thinn, VeK-en * Mclraun, John McKeoo, unless anth^rTc.i t-y ns to to-Jo wi'l be prosecuted to th? utrnr t f.stent rd law. M?KEv/y. ? AltNV A .-fllNNT, tirfcritU-wn. Washington, Pert 925 KEWAKD. WE will five the abQve retraii to any person who will ?ii>e u.; t<uch iu'ormath>? u?v ai 1 le>d to the'dert ctfSn uu 1 oouyiction of any jargon cr person* who buy, s^ll, f.'l, or collect our bottles without being authorized t>r us fo to do. ARNY A BHT!TN, '* sep 27-eolm* JOHN McKKON "/ DUTCH FLOWER ROOTS JUSl' JMl 'OJilJCD. . * TH -s ond-rri-ii. J wiaili inform his 1 " cu*tomers that be has just receiTed a fijrf wi ll e lt>n of Flower Kcots, frcui Ilatb m, In Qollaui, ooDKif-tlng of? i;oub:e end alngle Hytrinths in grrst varieyr i>0 do Tui ps do '' iir Jonquils, Ncrci?f u?, Snowdrops,Crocuaw, Kauou cu'u?, Lilies, 4c. ' The poets are remarkably fins this iw%*?n, hfc*fn^ l-t-eii select*d with th* gr ?te(t possible uara, to*V ar? the first cr large .t cullin. , i? ing fnr diffrivnt fr m thoiM. Hold a: Auction, wLlch ar? the four h or tlfiii eulliwg, Mel e??er higl.tx_Ahhr tL?t il.iidcuihu.. rmtonat4a. -- * ? ? ?? joiv?.a.AUL# 8ee1 Store corner Tib and H streets, oct 5?eofit*

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