19 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1

19 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1
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THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED BV1RY AFTHftNQON, (HXCTMPT SUNDAY,) At tM? Mtar JSmidtng*, tomsr Frrrrtq/l+mnia *9*nu* mnd EUmtntk stmt, Br WALLACU dfc HOPE, WB be BerYtjd to anbaontwa to ihe ciaea of Wast* infton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX AND A Q0ART1R CENTS, paya ble weekly tn die Agenta. To mail mbacriberi the ?abacnption price la TH RKB DOLLARS AND PIPTY CBNT8 & yew In aehemee, TWO DOL LAHS for SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLL Aft for TH8EB MONTHS. {&-3iuol* coring out CUR. i - VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1854. NO. 562. THE WEEKLY STAR. THiai lot a grentet variety of I be found In up other?la pubUahed on Banrdny. Single copy, par 41 ? TO OITM. Pi?b copies?.*???.?????. ????? ...? 6 M Ten do ^ M Twenty do ? #??? *????????????? M Cm, utouiit at &?ta*cb. (9- Single eoptea (in wrapper*) can be procured a Oh- counter, ImnWlataly after the lane of the paper. Pnce?tiiii cma. PniTHumi who act aa agema will be allowed I a ninimiMioo at twantr nor wil. A EEWDY FOB "V^CB. DI**ASK. T the request of '^^y Of my patient#, 1 have , a oonsented to up a claw of my moat effl In the fo.m of FAMILY MMDl* ***" 4 CO* raited to 4 pareicular disease, and not, llk? 4^ aenufaomrsrs of the nostrums Nid P*n*">?e of the day, promulgate to the world that ?ly cne compound will cure ell diaeaess, and who, ?n the word* ot the great Italian physician 8j>el insani) "put m*i%ctrvt* <o WA dV? imoss Uctit, r*fe> AmWum tikis' k fA^to1 Lm| W WWJ W?W?W J. 8. EOWL M. D., Phlle. Vbr CMwi, Dytmterjf, BovJ Camplamtt, <*?., Br J. g. K08V8 CARMIWATIYB BALAAM. This mix rare is oae of the moot Important m?di <3lnee, and should be kept in all families as a "*pe ctflc" for Cholera and Bowel Complaint* it hat nev er Mind. Dysentery vanishes In a few d^s when this article is need as lire ted. Price S6c. Br. J. 8. Rostfs Paw will core Stiff Neck, Bore Thruat, Paint) in th? race, Side, Beck or Limbs Cr9m a Cold, Oholic, Cholera MorbuA Ac. It cur?*> Sprains, Chilblains, Cramps or Pains in the Stom ach or Bowels. Price 12& 2ft, end M eta Dm. J. 8. Rosa's limoi ov Bcohb Is one of the beet remedies ever u*ed for diseases of the Rldnays, Bladder, Ac. Prioe 60c. Da. J. 8. Rom's N?vchs ui Ia*i?uaATia? Coa MIL, for Heart Disease, all !Cerveus Aflertione, I iat u tenon, Heart Born, Restlessness, Jtumbneee, Neu ralgia, raiting the spirits, and firing power to the whole system, it is almost miraculous In Its effect. SO cents a bottle. Da. J. 8. Rosa's Dtstbkio Oowrorao, a gore cure for Dyspepsia, Liter Complaints, and Indignation, when taken tn conjunction with hto Alterative or ??lily Pills. Prioe of both Tic. Da. J. B. Ross's Bsuaa Pgoa far Vailing of M? Womb, Venal* Weaknsas. Debility, and Rataaakca l"n*>y nave a peculiar atonlty for the debilitated muscles of the female, and in no instanoe have they 'Ailed in radically oaring thoee distressing com plaints fomalee are so often subject. ??tae *0 cents Dr. J. 8. Rosa's Ajm-aiuojs ea Sitmoap Piuji ? Theee pills are act warranted to mm* in every mal ady or dlseas* Incident to man, bnt they are a grand remedy for a Bllioua state ot the system and com mon fevers. When used with Dr. ajpee's Tonic lfla ture, will cure the meet stubborn mm of Hi lions fever or Verer and A?ue. Price If ^ and Me. Da. J. 8. Rosa a SaasaFaanxA Oottrotrn, for all Skin Dieeeees aag for purging the Blood, It la ta pe rior to all ctheve. Price aOe. and $1. Da. J. 8. Rear's Buara w Ormu, free from aQ the bad offsets of 0?iam or Laadaanm, rnah es Head ache, Constipation, or tlek Stnmask. Piles Me. All wfccee (Vastitntkas are impaired by diseaas or weak by natava, shoald read Dr. J. A- Rose's uk?41 cai Adviser, (which contains a deecrtpkon of the THe eams of oar clhmaSe and the mode ef treatment.) It oan be had wtthoat charge e# e. BJIIUana, Oharle- ftr>* * Or,., W. *. ?liatAn, John W. Utirn, Patterson 4 Halm. B. B. da k, H H jdcPh?raon, Win*us f. Bvane, Kid well 4 Ls w wuee, J. B. Msotn, VasAJagtra, J. L. I^.U safl hy all dealers is 4<susliK T\g. Je af? LI VMM, COMPLAINT, J A VIDIOI, COftOtflO Oft MEfOUS DABILITY, DIS1A318 Of T?U K1DM1IS, AJUi ALL DUIAAIS AAL91KQ tBOM 4 DlSORDflRffD UTIft 01 STOMACH. . Kith as Qo as Ufa Its a. Inward Plio^ Vflfwtn ef flNtd i AeMI11 of ffie l*0Ti%ch, Frrss-m, | food, V^lncpj er v? (" ataman, Magnet for Toed, V^ilocrs sr * 3Uut tn Me 8tt>?L*^,A>ax ?rastaMcus, or jT-.f>? lag at the Pit ef Me 8t^-atch, Swimming of t^e Head, lamed and Mrnlt I^rcaMiss, FiSttrritg at Me Bsart, CA'klng e* Cf?rssUBg SenKda.ts wSM la a lylag eoetars. or ? <-: -c, Dc to or VeM heiore theatgfei Jrra* atid Th&l PsCa to Ma hand, Meitsty ef Pcr^pi-nAcr*. Yclltwcwsa ef Me Skin and Byee, Pais !*J the 9dr. Back, C&?%, lAmka, Ae., Sadden flashcc cf Heat, Santa* to Me VleM, OauUnt I*?g;tlaj3 of evil, and toff* a ef Spirits, DR. MOOFLAND'S Q?ltbim%?d Ghormaa Slttvrs, PB BP ARID BT DR. C. M. JACK80IT Ba. IBB Arsh aUast, VhUndtl^Kia. *aalr power ever the above iisscsm is notezoelirf U ej enliad, by any other psapaantfam tn the Tjx.ih4 i sares attest, In maty *ft?r ful^hr" had failed *Wr V 1 mm attmen worthy taa atter^, of lavaiSdi. edu great virtues tn the - eMIImto ? of dU anse of Me Uvar and s?esr exereialM M? mmt senrehlag powers to ^UZmlai aBee??.f 4 Me dlgsatlve organs, thsy ^ ?iUal, safs, cerUto. baad ay^o bs oowrmcsD _ _ , Bttajjauoia, Maaoh, 1, l? 0-m- Js^oon: Dear Sir? Bor the pa^t tvt ysari I aav-^ c>a?u saverMV al&lcsed with Lives C-^to ?*?*. ?/ape^. BUld o? uiarrhma, and Piles, <*v tn a ^eat le^ree coustantlj, JM pains aul u* ^ ^ _ | ,^| W. y Hp ^^4X16 "* veal ease atMoIbnt uoob suah dfiaaMaSj witiioM <aergy. bauig seax^sij aule to sMsni te an7 I a* near I loei a gtsat deal ef my SaM, <*n.l used msn^' kinds af maiioki*, with nr. ?oparsnl ohange, anal i aamaamaad with yr.or - Oram JMsr<,v Mer have eutiMy canal ua. I have fMaed 1m weipht ovsr fertj p^ttuxs sls^ I cocsiaeuoad tL*L oee, and I ?<b now nutirolj ftee rrui pain mtd aoh? of na/ kind, aad foal U*e a new maa. 1 imbeeita 1^1/ t*c*Bun*e.d your Ulttere to alllcvaUda Yoors, r<a^>estfull7, jo ail a. oo a y, 1'c. IS LafiiAs* rU?ftr. W. U- Adsut) pib. of tks Argos, Weetot, Mo., July IT. 1&&1, "I was lastimamar sover; Low and *e?a as not to b* eDis to stand at the oase longer than oua hour at a tiaia 1 tried one bortU o' yoar Berman Bitters, n.dteh entirely ear?d mi. I nave aaed two bottles. 1 sent two hoitlse 1*0 miles Orom here to a frland who keri Wan tick for e Iook lime; he lias also been cured by Mem. I bcli?v? them to he superior to any aadtkiiM new in use." m. ?. Perkins, lUmtta, Ohio, Set M, 1SS1, ?04: "Your Bittars are alghly prlaad oy Aeee w? have uaed tham. In a ease ef ldvtr Complaint, at loiu sHauling, ?s?tdl kad rsstrtsd lh? Jmi of tm sraJritBfisnt ras anea i ????< - " ? TtJ>auui?u, was maisf need by Me aes cf *>! W? ICtintlaelr! Jswetigr, V7o?n.ar, 0^ Bar Si, 1M, said: embrace this o^pM-tunttr of to I you of iha gfeat beneAt I hnve desisad toaa? e^ Br. Heofland'e daman Btten. I ksn for Qhilis a^d Bsver, and ytAWM*, acw found rellaf in every tare. Me best r^ady to.- rifaadsaad BinutsM fl %M to 0. *? B/kes, ???., Mtttcr of tAs _ Harwich, Oftnn^ said : 'Tnavs ban using year Qm man Bittw for some time, for Dyspeutia, and har* ??uad so Bach relief from rhem, wat 1 have mad>-1 op ray mind to give ?*??a a f*u rjit V 1?A aa Golden; kssif, A Oe., Janeavtlie, 8.?pt. 1 Wl, atld: '^Toar tterman Bit?re are less rut ly popuiar here, aad eaa| all the issfsstd m*B nin?* on oar tdtsirea, qjum tu.ve we sold which hew* given tfceMjltoCaofaoo of toookaad's German Bittern* June Sd, liM, tuny m*4 : "We aaaonuneud them aa lnval?abls spmg and summer medldiie." W- *? Orr. Worwter, O., Octr-ber Bl, IMS, tekh i uYoa mm m* my -vMIti of the tJ??ai Blttsra. 1 i hav? usad ttMB for uyapeodia ana Indigestion, end !| take plaasoje to saasing that I th.afr they are tAe ?J very Mat raaedy sataat for Me above complaint*??] rery bast rsmeav same t for tfca above ?mplnlnt?- ?< lAsy art daaee* tn ca- edaawss of *U if* yrqan. f ?lory sMi/tVares mf Ms 4tg." - - - - ? ???Mr. Orr to a tiiaee Biosrs a> s _ prestrate Ids *?' Ma^Jnals a for sais to WhMagtua e> I. ?>. tflLMAB: In Oe^r^sCiwn ef J- L BLDWBLL. In Aieaan ea J. A. PIAAFONT In Ritiaeooud t# PUAOBLL, LA DO A 00 In Baitixnore by OAK BY A HAXOV in a, DAYI8 a MILLMS in do HBTH tfSNOB In do (AAkIPHBBBON 4 MARSHALL, In Moriblk ay M. A. 8ANTO0 A SON And by respecmbi* ttoaiar* In raedicla* ?riy vh?-< -W g?ly y ? ? 1 1 { WA&KZH S IIMPROY1A ?IRK AND WAT1R-PR00V I COMPOSITION ROOFING. At r ? take piaMurv in calling the at-eution of i Tv p*rtlss ^otomplating building to this high- j ly pepuiar ro? Aug m?D-rial, which had b?*?*n in ?&- . t^usivH llb-i tnr xuchout the cIUhs of tht> Wrairm E'.itan an 1 BriC?h Pr<jvir,ot?? for upwards cf 10 years, d aring which t*n>? it. Lau lw-ea i?M>;ed b/ ?very vsfi e'y of circiuagU-nooi1, and 1? univamally conceded W ! pctaMM, i'j a -;raa>r J-g. than an; oLh?u roofing , maU<nal la uo, ihe vaTuabU quaLitiM; of chMpceM,. durabtiUy aud eeourily a^iudt iLe ao'Jon of the el- j eraenU. Wa are ready fo eontraA for rvt%i tn tbn eity ! and country. hour, touiu 11 so u^a $o& 4 to A ^*ft ?itihrrr Haoia. CAPTAIN CANOT, Author oi thb qrbat book just pb IN1 PUBLISHED, SPEAKS of HAMPTON'S TINOTURB. QKBAT CURB Of RBBUMAHSM CONTRAOTBD UNDER TROPICAL CUM AT KB. Baltjkoxi. Md., Jane 4, 1864. Mr. atockbridffe, vftto Fbmtum Hotel, LyM street, Baltimore? Dear Sir: Being on the point of leaving the city, I anil myself of a few Idle moments to thank you kindly for the medicine you sent me, and shich hu restored me to the nee of my litabt. I beg you to send me four bottles more, to carry on my voyage. SI roe I had the fbrtnne to use Dr. Hampton's Vege table Tincture my confidence la eo strong that, in gratitude o the proprietors of sai l medicine, I be.? you to present my respect* to them, and induce them to make it more publicly known aa a sure Rheumatic cure. Having called on me on the 10th 1 of April last, and seen me prostrated on my bed, asele* in all my li ubs, yon can appreciate nearly as well as myself the prompt relief I received from Dr. Hampton's Tincture, and I am porttiye had It | not been tor your strong and forcible recommenda tions I ?hould 'till have been In bad. It I* really a pity this ppeclfln should not be ap proved bv medi-al men, and like all patent drug* it should suffer the Imputation the puMic generally give to suco preparations. I my e elf, who was al ways oppo??d 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 eritiaal situation that in duced me to try this really beneficial Vegetable Tincture. You may inform Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbray that they are at liberty to make u*e of my name in the suppsrt of the good effects of Dr. Hampton's Vegetable tincture, aa it has cured me in five weeks of a chronic Ir\flammatorjf Bheumatism, con' rn^ted under tropical climates, and ot seven years'periodical duration- 1 have en y us** three bottle*, and find that even the deformed parti of my hands are fast isturning o their tormar natural appearance I have be*n under tM treatment of several phy sicians in London and Paris, without any apparent benefit; also, while in Raw York, having tried the Thompsonian and Homaepathlc remedies, after hav ing been tormented with galvanic ba teries, eld and aromatic baths, and hundreds of internal and extsrnal medicines, all to no effect, I am, so tar, enrsd by this Hampton's Vege able Tineture only. 1 Therefore, my rear air, accept of the assurance of my gratitude, and believe me your well wisher. I Thomas Cue*. RBT. TBRKON BSKRIDGB, U. 8. N. Poxtsmocto, Va , Aug. 18,18?1. Mr. J. B. Boueh? wear sir: While I am in gene I ml, opposed to patent medicines, candor compel* me to state that 1 have ?reat confidence in the virtues of Hampton** Yege.abl* Tincture. for several moaShs past I have usad it in my family ; and in iyspepsia. loss of spi*tlte, disiiness, and general de bility, with entire snores*. So far as my experl'n? extends, therefore, I take pleasure in recommend iag it to the aBUctied a* a aaie and efficient remedy. I am, respectfully, yours, VSB.SOS BSKXISQl, Chaplain, United State* Navy. HOME TESTIMONY. CURB Of LIVBR OOMPLAINT Of TBN YBAP.S Wasmsoros, May 17,1863 Messrs Mortimer A Mowbray: Gentlemen?Hav ing been afflicted with Liver Oompl&int of ten vaars standing 1 hereby, for the b> neflt of th* afflicted, lake gnat pleasure la announcing that after urinn a few bottles of your Tincture, I found it had ac compBfeod a perfect onre 1 have used different medicines from time to time, bit have never been able In account for any apparent good, and it it a biafltfng to rtricr.en humanity that that medicine 1* found which pom**** the wonder^us power of pro longing human life The many cure* It ba? wrought to a sufficient guarantee of the beneficial remits whtoh may ba experienced frem its use. Yours, respectfully, J. Cchtais Hat. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see raw of CbwA, Brvnchms. khevmat~*m, Nnsraigia. Dytpep tta,Jlsr<j9arteu and Gen eral Weaknms. As a female msmcine or for dell cave children we believe it un equaled. Jfc-9o!dby MORTIMBR k MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street. Baftlmore. and 804 Broadway, New York; OHAS. 0TOTT k 00 . WlMBR, J. B. MOORB, 9. B. CLARKl, CLARKB k B0WLIN9, W. BLLI nand H McPHBRSON, Waahiugten; also, hv R. , 0I9BBL, Georgetown; aad C. 0. BIRRY, Alexandria, by Druggist* everywhere. yog 61?tr TAK1 NOTIOl. H0U8EMBP1BB and othere are reminded ttat the following list of articles are of the veiy best dsflcrlpSoa, and ean be purchased from the sub seriber on as low tarns as aay other house in the dty. A large a?i ifisnt and supply always on Oils of all ktedf %w*qbv%rs Painto Brushes OmpblD! Clocks Varnish Lwnps Tcrpaitina Chandelier* Window Glass Girandole* China Vase* 3nr then wars Hrlttannia War* GlaM ka., Ac., Ac. 3ooca aant to aay >urt of the city free ot charge. Country dealers will do well to oall. C 8. WHITTLB8BY, 7th fftraaW opp. Balden k Wither*' Rank. mar 17? &KMITTAJfCK8 TO l&SLAVD. T )SRiONa dtfilring to sand money to Ireland, can \ obtain checks tor ?l or more, on the B<-lfa*t Banking Oompany, payable in all the principal towns. Apply to CHUBB BROTTIBR^, Bankars, onpoalte the Treasury huililo*. 'A* ?Aft fIITDRHB, ?f?ntu 3una<7ib*ra take pleasure in announcing to I. tje public that their stock of GAS flXTUBJiis, comprising *am of the bast and litest patterns, has been received, an4 that they are now prepared to sell at the lowest ratee. Persons in want ef Qae fixtures will please call and cvamine -they will no doubt And it to ifiMr fcitrreet. Dwellings and public balldings fitted vith gae-tu b*ng ic the ansa utai J. W. TB01l?8nM k BROTHBR. dae la?If Pa. av., bet. 10th and 11th, e. side. WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, Staxne ao&nue, between 1% and 6lh tU. MANUPAOTUKBR of 8teaxn Bnginea, Bolters, Water Tanks, Shafting, Pulley*, Bangers and Wert generally. Will furnish Haw Mills, all kinds of Castings, Wrought and Oast Iron Pipes, and everything In the Iron line generally. T*() small KNM&M8 on hand and for sale, for Information address Q. B. N0YB8, Washington Iron WorkA, Washington. D 6. jy 1*?tf TO INVENTORS. *T>ELB o#oa of "The Inventors' Protection National ' Union" is on 7th street, opposite the Best Por Jto of the Patent Ottoa, and is aow ready to attend to the busiiuM* of it* members, namei v : In making msmtoatlrn and soliciting natents, Ac. Inventots are lnvttod to call and gpt a copy of the Constitution and By-laws, and wh<*ra any informs Hon will be given respecting the Union. All letVnt on business must be directed to this of %oe, wbr- s bttention will be given immediately. A model shop to in connection with the office, where models *an be made to order at the shortest notice. T. O. CLAYTON, ap 1A? ly President 1 N. U. PLUMBING, GAS-FITT1NQ, AXb TINNING. I^HB undaralgned, having added Qas-fitting to . their former businnts, are now prepared to ax ecute all ordnrs In that line, In the cheapest, most expsaitinns and approved manner. I LUMOIVG and TlNNiau dnne as beretolcre. A floe asMor'sient of STOYBS, Tin aad bheet Itvn WAlLK ooastantly on hand. | hole agante fo th? District for MaeQregor't Patent I HOT AIK fURSAOSB, for heating PubUc Buildingc, Uhurchee, Hans, Private Rcsidenoee, ko Also, fir Barker's Double Acting fORCB PUMPS. Pernonftla went of any of the abore article* wtl fiiid it to their advantage to oall on us ere puroha sing elsewr ere. P.elgln^ ihemselvee to a prompt execution of all ord r- entrusted to them. Uiey mott respectfully uelicit a uontinuanoe of the ft vors so liberally b< etowt^l upon them by th^ir former patron * and tht publl; in eenera- YURSE k COLLINS, fios 869 and &71, Pa.ay.,opposite Willards* Hotel. e-*p 6?3m SILVER AND~BRASS PLATING. No. 44i SiyhA Strut, beaten Lt tt. ami J'a. avenue. Mix undesigned is prepa'ed to do t*lLVt.H and BKAsS PL iTINU in all th?-lr yarietlea. Numbers for Stores and Dwellings, Door Plates, Bell Pu Is, Railing Knobs, Letters and Ornaments for nii.itary and otier Ass Nation* furnished at ita! tcDore price*, md ? f h'e own workraanshlp. All kinds of Consh Work la the Une dons Ut the best anA*heapee:mat?,?* , ^ . 2'tejsv who Wnmt *jM) bcas* ps&angj kor ku^ n4 liwse ?ffl * ?wra, an 'Jkm T 1 FALL DRY GOODS - ' - ?OR THOUSANDS OF PURCHASERS. WK have now in store and shall reoeive weekly supplies during the season? A iarg?itock of SUJu and Fhney Qoodt. Plain French Merinoa Biooade and plain Mack PI kid Merinos, Cashmera Silks Plain and Plaid Mousea- Superior Bombaxiaee lin* Alpacas, Canto* Cloths Ml shades Ooherg Cloths Enulish Crapes, ass'd Fine Printed Moutsnlins Crape and Lore Tails. Embroideriea and Kid Qlevee. Missee Kid A Bill Gloves Ladies Silk and Cotton Merino and Ootton Ho? Hosiery in great ran siery etiee Chlld'n Merino Bhlrti Bilk and Merino Vests Superior CMhi, Catsimcrts and Vutinfft. Casrtnets and Kentucky 2 pa 10-4 Flannels, for Jeans skirting Bn-erior Flannels, of all Snperllne Tab'e T)lapers shades Napkins and Towelling PUpo and Table Oov?re Also, a fall assortment of Gentlemen's Merino and Ootton Skirts and Drawers, Woollen and Cot ton Hosiery, Kid, Silk, Merino Glores, Suspenders, Cravats, Silk and I in?n Pocket Handkerchief silk and fine gingham Umbrellas. All of which will be sold at fair 1 ow priors, for oash, or to punctual customers MAXWELL, SKA h<* * COLLEY, No. ESS, fieren'h at, three doors above Pa. avenue, oat ? -d2w T^ETllOTicKr NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. PW. BKOWNlXG, Merchant Tailor. Pv ? avenue, ua^er the Linitad State* Do, tel would respectfully inform his customers" and the public generally that he hat just re ceived new Fall and Wiufcer go?d? in gr> at < variety, such ?* cloths, Cassimeres. and Vesting* o. the latest importation, and is prepared to hava them made up at the eh Driest noloe, in the most IWshiun able manner aad at low rates of prices. Having made arrangement- to tro into the Read; ?nadeCiothiag business extens'vely this season, h feels confident that be can offer t-> thoae wishing t parchae* a ftock of Clothlc^, not inferior to any ii thh city, and not made up at the North, as Is usu aHy the ceee with work sold here; but cut in hi own establishment, and made by our own needy cli iaens in this dull season at low rates of prices, he i, enabled therexr, to compete with nor'hern woTk H point of prices; and as 'o quality and styla, he wil leave for those who favor him with a call to 'uJge He can sell whole suits, Coat, Pants, and Vest, a the fbllowiug low rates: Good sui' ft>r business purposes, ont of cloth or oa? aimere, for tha small sum of. $ If Dreee and frock 0<>a's, from ...... $10 to $'4 Overcoats of different styles - 13 to 2b Black and fancy fanlaloons. $3 60 to 1( Silk aad Velvet Vests 2 60 to It This stock of Clcthltg 13 of a superior qualit; and has b?ea made up since he received the tall and winter fashions. He keeps constantly on hand a large assormen: of fat cy arti -lad?such as Glove*, Cravats, Collar? Umbrellas, Ac. Role Ag?nt ftr the sale of Soott's Report of Fasb ions In this dry. sep 16?tf HEADQUARTERS, Ormtr of Thirteenth and K ttreeu, near the Theatre f?"v The proprietor of this ^^va (mj) public house, Mr. William Greason, has refitted ren ovated, and prepared his. establishment lor the accommodation ot ri iters il such a manner that be trusts wtU give fu.l satisfac tion to all who extend to him thrir patronage He | ha made arrangements to hare the ve-y best o' OYSTERS, ac., for the whole season, without regard toexpem* families and Parties promptly supplied His Bar and Larder is at all tlm-e of k-d with th* best in the line. Making his acknowledgments to; past eDODuragement, he reepectfnily lorltes a oun tinuanoe of the same, with every intention ani ex ertion to please. A lew Boarders can be comfortable aoooTimo dated. a?p 28 Am UNOfcRlA&lrto, Ac. OOFFIlf WARER00M, Ac. J WILLIAM PLaM A 00., UN- 1 BBtLTAKHh ?readenee 418 Sev enth street, between G and H streets. In ercaent nr ^?ured in any gronnd or esmeterv. Ccfflns, Caps, shreud", Carriages, Bearre, and every artiste ?? lutermeiii* of tbe best quality famished at s*iort notice, on the Ittst r?a-ouaiie Wm?, and at all hours of the night. Having the exclusive rghtcfj Crump s Patent Corpse Preserver, we gunron e t< keep the d*ad for any length of rime "C 11?tf UNDERTAKING * CABINET X*XI<:<u TEA advertiser return* sincere thank* to his | friends ana the public in general f r th?lr peet patronage,! and lnfbrma them th t. with in-J creaaed facilitiee, he is prepared to attend to all oraers in his iine of business with promptness and dispatch. He gires his personal at* tendon to Undertaking, and tho e roquiriu>c h!? ? ta? itaan will always fini htm careful ana obliging Oalis attended to at all hours, day and nlgot. In the cabinet making line he trus s to be able t< era satisltction as heretofore. His establishment I on Pa avenue, Noa. IStf and 188, between 17th and 18th at* , Flirt Ward, WafhlngtoD. JOSKPll GAWLBR, oct 6?lm Cabinet Maker and Undertaker. CABINET MAKER to UNDUKTjfiBLEE '"II MA undersign ad would re?|>ectAtlty inform hi I friends, acqaaintanoee, and the public generail* that he still continues to execute all orders in hi' line of basinase in the beet manner and at the short est notice. 8JCPAII11SG neatly and promptly executea a ?. FUI?iiALB attended to a: the shortest notice, and in tbe bee manner. lMUt presented at the meti yerjcc* km, . r, com in the uxrrmtjt weather. x.A?akfalfbr past favors, he would respeetnjli^ solicit, aad will endeavor to merit a ocntinuanee c Uu same. ANTHONY BDCHLY, Pa. avs., s. slda, between wth and luth eta Restienoa: Mr. Martin's, No. S96, I* street, t^ir ho use east <ji Tth otraet mar IT?ly UNDERTAKER^ I WOULD respectfully return my thacXs to th' citixenit of Washington and its vicinity for thei past patronage, and say that owing to the toques ?alls in the Undertaking branch of my basines?, i have been induced to dieoontinue the manolhctui? of Furniture, and turn my attention fully to th UNDKRTAK1NG. I have spared no pains to hart every thing that Is requisite to my bualneas, and 1 am therefore fully prepared to meet any order afte. a few moment* noticef and 1 assure those who ma> give me a call that I will spare no pains ta carry on' their orders to their entire aatafaction.

JAMJIS i. HARVEY, No. 410, 7th st, between G and 11. N. B.?Calls attenjeu to at all houni of the ai&L. mar 3?ly "GLENWOOD CEMETERY?1 'PHIS beautiful burial, place of the dead having X Just been dedicated with appropriate oeremoniet for the purpose, is now open for the reoeption of the remains of deoraaed persons. The MAUSOLEUM has capacity for a hnndrec bodies, in whish such iriends cf the deaa as ma; apply can place the departed until they select aite'e for the graves. The plan of the incorporators is one of equality in regard to the lots, whL-h will not be put up publicly tor sale, (although they usually bring a premium,) making the early selection of lots tae most desir able. Until an offloe Is established in the city of Wash ington, applications wlrl be punctually atfcnded to at tha present office, in the east wing ot the build ing on entering the Oemetery. WM. 8. HUMPHRRT8 N. P.?Glrawood is situated a short distance due north of tbe Capitol. aojr 11 ?hid NEW WOOD AND COAL YARD. Tab >-u been bars would reapactfaily inform their numerous iriende and the public generally thai w addition to our Wood and Ooai tard ne<r the Phoenix Planing Mill, Georgetown, we have, for the better accommodation of tnat portion of our cub tomers who reside in Washington, opened a yard at the corner oi Twenty first and I streets. At either of the above plaaes those in want of foel will at all timer* find a good supply of all kinds ot WOOD and OuAU at the lowest market prio-s. All orders left at cither of the above places will be attended to with promptness and dispatch. sep 37?dim TfaAVEHS A STOVER F0K POOS AND LABORING MEN. I CtMALL BUILDING una of lO feet or morula j IO various parts of tbe City, aad tieoigetown, at i low prioes, and terms to suit. LLOYl> A 00< BUILDING STONM For sala, deliverable at the Oanal. or Wharves la ; Waahlagton, Georgetown, or Alexandria. ; li oyd a ca For sale, a iargaand hsadaauie GAMMJAtl and jJ m omciAi Tuusckt Dirunun, August 26,1864. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the i"ol loiring-deecrlbed >to<ki of the United States, that thia department is prepared to purchase, at eny time between the date hereof end the 90th day of November next, portions of thoe? stocks, amounting In the aggregate to $3,810,000, In the manner end on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In cam of any contingent competition, within the amount stated* preference will be given Ik <he or der of time In which said stocks may be rffered. "he certificates, doly assigned to the United stages, by the partlee who are to receive the amount ther of, mast be transmitted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be pal t compounded of the following particular*: 1. The par value, or amount specified in each oer ificata. 2 A premium on the stock ?f the loan authorised by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 12, 1866, of ft per cen 4 on the stock of the loan uu ihoriaed by th? act of lt42, redeemable 31st Dain tier. 1862, of 11 per cent; on the stock of the loan authorised by the acta of 1847 and '848, and able, the former on the 81st Decenbwr, 1867, au-1 the latter on the 80th June, 1868, of 16 per cent; and on the stock of the loan aithorta-l by the Act of I860, and redeemable on the 31st Deoeraber, 1864 <oommoniy called the Texan indemnity,) six p*r cent. S. Interest on the par of each certificate from th< 1st ol July, 1864, to the date ef receipt and sefle aent at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reaoh the owner) of one day's interest in addition. Payment for sa'd stocks will be made In drafts of the Treasurer of the United Statas, on the asristant treasurer at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, as che parties may direct. But no certificate will be entitled to the benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 20th day of No? rember next. JAMB8 GUTHRIB, aug 28? dtaofor Secretary of Treasury. VIRB GILDING, GALVANIZING. AND ELECTRO SILVER-PLATING, OR ALL XI5D8 OF KITU FLABARRB would respectfully inf rm the pub* s lie that he has opened a fhop at the oorner 0 tnd 10th streets, in the above business, and ia now ready to receive orders in any branch, namely: VIRB GILDING >n all kinds of ornamenta for churches. chaHn-s, ewela, and regalia for tree Masons, Odd Veiloes, and oilier societies, military ornaments, Ac. Also, SIT'VBR AND BRA88 WATCHES, Tiain*, Goblets, LocXeta, Tea and Table Spoons, Oeoeert and Batter Knives. BLBOTRO M.V1R-PLATING On MiHtary Ornamenta, fruit Baskets, Waiters, .'nndleetMm, and tassets. Also bilver plating for PI umbers, Gas Fitters. Ac. All ornaments for military, Free Maeons, Od-J Fal lows, and other Sectetiee and Clubs made to order on the shortest notwe. FRANCIS LABARRB, Gcmar O ami ltth sU west, near Pa. ave. ec oakt3Fs~ SPAIIISH MIXTURE, Vka fraat Putter ef tit* Blood I IK a PtrOdta if Fercury In It. |PT.?hmtoS?Oil., WtnB-. WwW, RW. attfcBi ubatlnateOvtaaaoaa lrowtlcmg. Pimple;: or Pmrtaleeoe the Faee, Blitshss, Onroafr Sore ttna, Mm Worn at Tette*. kiM Head, ?nlarge runt and r?in ef Mm Bnaes end Jdnta, Stubborn Ulcers, BvphflWe Bfcatdara, h??wgs. Sp<nai Com yMn to.and ell BBmh aristae ? ?? f^adieio us Co5ivercmry, Impminaot in Lite, or impurity of Bleed. T1H1I valuable MetHaa, which has become ceie JL braleA fcr the number ef ex*aordinary curee ifTected tbrrrgh Its agency, heeinan; ed the propria ?ora. at fbe tgea* reaueat of their ftienda, to cfor it ?A tat public, which the* do with the utmost oenfi. I ?n<* In Its ill tnes w** wonderful curative prcp*r m The follewtag certificates, selected from a larre 5 omb?, ere, however, stronger Uvtimony that- the zim w*rd 0: tfca prtrprletore; and are all from gen times wall kuewn In their looalitlse, anal of the hI|C ^8tzeepa3tsMIi^f,many of tkao> residing in the dty of BJchme^ Ta. P. BOYD*, '?>*, of fee S* change Hetei, Rich mend, known *mi ltei, says be has seen the Medi *ine called Hi ? ? iramna Mixvuxi, administered In over a hundred canes. ia nearly all thediseaeee fbi which iti?reeoinmendad.wl& the most astonishing?; .ood reeuis*. lie say s it is &s moat extraordinary ^sttcine he hue ever nmo AGUB AND FhVli'v?SRIAI" CUR*.?I beret j icrtify that for three y?a?:> t had Ague and /tm the moat violent daecriptton I fc*i set'raiPIyK siana, took large quantitfeo of Qu.^'^ie. k'f ;vr;.*z I believe all the Toxica advertised, bat uii witl -ru' permanent relief. At laat I triad Gartw'e 8pari ! ^fixture, two bottleaof which eSectaaliy curvd ^ - ma Iain happy to aay I havj had nelthei ChlUp it tevers aiaso. I cx nsidex it the beet Tonic In tit* world, and ths enJy medicine that ever reached a?j -rae. JOHN IvONGDSA Beaver Dam, near Bichmond Va. C. B. LUCE, Bm,, now in the city of Rtahmosa, u>d for many years in the PostOffloe, has such conC ?enoeintheaatoniehing eflcscy of Carter's Spanui 'Hxttire, that he has bought upwards of <>8 bottiet^ ? hich he has given away to the afflicted Mr. Luc \ iays he has aever known it to fell when taken acoor i >ssr to directions Dr. M.TNGB, aprscttrjig Phystoan, ana fennei i> sf the City Hotel, in the cityr,f Richmond, Bays lit tea witnessed in a number of instances the effeet* r . 'arter's Spanish Mixture, which were mort truly m. v rfelng. HssayeIrecaseofOonsninptlor.defender on tha Lifer, the good effacu were wonderfal indeed BAMUXL M. DRIKUE, of thbfirm of Wul?r i dorris, Richmond, wes cured of Liver Complaint or t .ears standing, by Mm see of twe bcttleoofCertet' Spanish Mixtnra GRBAT CD&B OF SCBOFULAe?The Bdltoifl oj rhe Richmond Rtfubiiotm had a servant employed Ik iheir press room, eured of violent Bcrofcla, oomtinac with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him ttcrc work. Two bottles ef Carter's Spanish Mixture mae? a perfect cure ef him, and the XdStora, in a public no tjoe, say they " cheerfully reoommend it to ell whe ar? oPicted with any disease of the blood." jjTILL ANOTHBR CURB OF SCROFULA^?Iha> a very valuable boy eured of Scrofula by Carter's (Spanish Mixture. I eoseider It truly a valuable medicine. J AM MS M. TAYLOR, Conductor on tht a. F. A p. R. B. Co,, Richmond, va. SALT BHXVM OF TWBNTT TBARfi BTAKDINtf OURBD. Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the elty of CUehmond, was cured by three bettles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, ef Salt Rheum, which he had oeerlj twenty years, and which all the physician* of the city oonld not cure. Mr. Thompeon is e well known merchant in the city of Richmond, Ya^ and his cure is most remarkable. WM. A. MATTHBWS. ef Rlehmond, had a Mr vant cored of Svphllis, In the worst form, by Oar ter*G Spanish fixture. He says be cheerfully re Kmmendf it, and eenxidsrs it an invaluable medi cine. smWTN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, wys he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mature in a number of Syphilitic oases, and says it to a perfect cure for that horrible disease. WM. G. HAfiWOOD, of Richmond, eured of old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a cratch, in a short time permanently cured. principal Depots at M. WARD, 0L08B A 00, Ne 88 Maiden Lane, New York. T. W.DYOTT A SONS, No. 132 North Becond street, Philadelphia. 6BNN1TT A SllBfi, No. 116 Main ftreet, Rich mond. Va Acd for sale by CHA P.TJKi ST0TT, Washington, | D. 04 KBNRY PBBL, Alexandria, and by I>iuggists ! tverywhera. Prloe $1 per bottle, or tlx bottles for |ft sep 2t-y TUXXXT VICTOEIOUi. YOU will And at the same OLD STAND, Pennsyl vania avenue near 12th street opposite tke Irving Hot?l, LOOKING GLA88BS with or without I Franks; Portrait. Pktuns and Miuiture Frames of the laieet stylesi Brackets, Tables, Room Moulding, OornLses, sc., Ac, or by leaving your order yon can Lslvi Any thing dime in my line ?ws^^saar EVENING STAR j THE WEIGHT OF BR5AD. (to ths editors or thc bvcxliia star ] We saw in the Star of Saturday, 14th instant, under the head of "Local Items " a state ment that some loaves of bread had been taken away from the bakers on aocoun* of their being too heavy; whereupon a baker (Havenner) has commenoed a process of Uw against the Corporation, in order to recover da rages and test the soundness of the law. As regards the question of validity, in its being constitutional, there is no-doubt in our mind, notwithstanding a different opinion has bren given, we understand, by some lawyer, to the Boss Bakers' Society The best oourse. we think, for the bakers to pursue, in the present emergency, wouK be to get up a general petition, signed by the cit isens, asking for a repeal of the law, as most! of them think, as far as our observation ha* gone, that it is a very objectionable law It is not in reference to the cousti ution*lity of the law that we wi?h to make a few sugges'ion*, but in reference to its general features It has been atated that the construction which the Corporation Attorney has put upon the law as not the same which was intended by some who voted for it. The law should have been more explioit, if the Corporation Attor ney is not correot. If, in the law, the eight, sixteen. and thirty-two ounces is more iu the half-loaf, loaf, and double-loaf than wa in tended. they should have embodied the word ''more" in the law. The amendment that is contemplated will have little effect in doing away with the oh jections of the law, in our judgment. We c -me, now, to comment on the features of ibe law. It is a very difficult matter in coaling cfi ^as the bakers term it) a batch of bread dough to get txact weight in eaon loaf, tor reason* chat are well known to every bakor; and torn* dough will dry, or. chemically speaking, the absorption of water is greater with some dr>ugh than others from several causes which wo wi!| not disouss here, as also in bakiag according to the intensity of heat or the length of nine required. The most difficult matter is this : to reguUte the price of bread so as to give the bakers a living profit, and the continual changes in its price from the fluctuations in the flour market, yet the enormous profit the bakers will h^\e, provided the piiceof flour should not jug'ifv them in selling their bre^d for s small profit To illustrate the subject: Take the present rate ot flour, $S 50 per barrel tor extra tuper fine, and the price of five cents per loaf, which is near the actual cost, according to our opin ion from the close caJoulition we have m<*0<* If fluu: advances $1 on toe barrel, the bakers will be compelled to rai-e the price of bread, say to six and a quarter cents per loaf lhis will give those bakers who are baking thrte barrets of flour per day the profit of at le-i?t f6. In addition to the profit they are receiving at present, if any. The cent or eent an<l a quarter s difference in adding or deducting from the present prioe maxes a considerable j itam when calculated on seven or eight bun j dred loaves of bread In a communication, i hereafter, we mav discuss the Justness of legis- i lating on the subject of a law to regulate the | weight of bread, and endeavor to review p. me ! remarks on an article published in th* y atioi. al Intelligencer some few weeks ago. Washington, Oot 1ft. 1864. J. a W. (TO* TMd htam } BATILE OF EAM8A0UB'S MILLft. Mrtsr$. Editors: In yonr paper of this ?vening, (14th,) I find the particulars of this battle in North Carolina, in whioh the wri-.er expresses ?? a regret that It kas betm much neglected in the history of oar country." In ssy ?? Statistical History of South Carolina," page 2<Jt, will be found recorded the results ?.f this battle, so honorable to our patriot oiti ?ens. When I entered upon the Statistical Hie?ory. I made particular effort to oolleet every fnrt i oonnected with our revolutionary history, and to record every name distinguished in its ho tion It was to honor the humblest patrio*, that I made the effort; and it will be teen that the event recorded b> your correspondent has not been lorgotten i'ermit me to give you the extract, referred to : " The inf amous conduct of the Tories le?s ened every day the interests of the British among the people, and increased those of the Americans. In December, 1780. Col Wash ington defeated Col Moore, commanding r p rtv oftories near Williams's plantation, be ;??w the Island ford. This is the same Col. Moore that "a* defeated at Kamsscur's Mills, North Carolina, by the North Carolina mili tia. commanded by Col. Locke, where Cant. Falls was killed, June 22, 1780 " Robert Mills of 8. C Washington, Oot. 14 lfc54. Old Proverbs. Hoffman Von Falleisleben has "Ancient; Netberlacd Proverbs from the oldeet oollec-I tion." Ibis oldest collection of proverbs waa printed about the beginning of the fifteenth century without date or place of publication, with the title?- Incipiunt prouerbia serio?a i in theutonico prima deit.de in latinasibi inui- j cem constantiu inuicio coiligentis pulcherrima i ao in homiiium colioquiis oommunia." Of these proverbs we cull at random : Wheu one hand washes the other, both are clean. When food dwindles, hunger grows When the dog has the bone, he has his tail i in his mouth. j It is all the same, two leg? in the etocks or , only one, you still in the stocks. When the wolf is old the crows ride on his I back. A crooked stick barns as well as a straight1 one. What does not please the priest will please ; the sexton. Nature draws more than seven oxen. "It is dirty water," Baid the rower, when he ! could not swia. Tbe oat licks the oandlestick out of love for the tallow. Many a one outs a rod for his own back. One year does not teaoh more than another. The nearer tbe priest, the farther from Christ. How to Bran Coal.?Graham's Magaaino has an artiele on coal buying and burning, from which we seleot ihe following : " The great mistake of all is to put on too muoh coal, as if it we: e weod?the greater the ] quantity tbe greater th? heat It too much ooal is applied, the oombustion Is necessarily imperfect, because the fire is necessarily M checked up, ' the draught destroyed and the elements of the ooal slowly escaping from it, p?8? off io the ohimney nnconsumed, or arc disseminated in gasses through the room. Whereas if the strata of coal be but moderate, a red flame will play around the interior of the stove, by which entire oombuaiion and a healthy heat are secured. One ton of ooal,! therefore, by thoiough combustion, will often secure more heat, and a healthier atmosphere, than two tons secured in the ordinary way; and this is a fact which can easily be demon strated.' It will be very important, this winter espe cially, to have attention paid to this rule. |3F* The man who doesn't love babies is a monster. In one of our courts, recently, on a witness testifying that the "prisoner at the bar" had the utmost aversion to humanity ? the infantile way, the Judge at onoe sentesead tbarssenl to two years longer imprisonment than was at first in landau, WUi evrfia^T ?wvaUy km Mi ** * * Foreign Itamr I1i? Liverpool Northern Time* *171 that Smith O'Brien eame home a passenger by the Norm*, having reoelvad the Queen's pardon. It it not able to say whether he came direct to Englsnd, bat en Australian letter of day before sidling of the packet announce* that ?aob was hie deetination. ?Recent letter* from England mention that Samuel Rogers, who is now over V2 years old, appears to have regained much of his strength, aud may be seen taking a carriage-airing in Regent's park every line day ?The Cardinal -Yioar of Rome has issnad an edict in which, after attributing the cholera to the sins of the Romans, ha directs that the finger of St. Peter, the arm of 8t. Roc, tbe heart of St. Charles, and other retios, shall be exposed to the adoration of the faithful, in order to avert tbe wrath of the Almighty. ?M Walther, first councillor to the minis try of Dessau, has recently abseonded. taking with him twelve thousand uhalers, lodged in his hands as a trust. SCRAPS. All the suits brought to eontoet tba Mol>onongh will, in N ew Orleans, have termi nated favorably to tha will. |y There are in Great Britain 1.384 per sons engaged as authors, editors, or writers? 1.738 males and 105 females; af this number 1,1V5 are located in the metropolis. tT* Self-examination is generally felf-hypo crisy. It is a tribunal where culprit, witness, advocate, and judge are all enga -ed in ona interest?ti pervert the truth. tW A French gardener is said to have dis covered that by painting his hot-hou?es with coal-tar, the refute uf tha gas-house, all the insects ?o destructive to plants an 1 fruits are destroyed. Sossa in vhb Kitchb* ? A woui&u making breid?enter little boy. Lit'le By.? 'Mother, it strikes mo you are vary ls*y just now." Indignant Mother.?"How dare yor say go '* Don't yon see I a m making h-ead 1" Little Buy.?"True; but tAat's neither more nor less than loafing '' JSkvkh had awt ? At Churabuseo, a yourg man of the Emerald Isle was shot in the bea<T On the arrival of the surgeon of tbe army, he was asked by a friend if the wound was dan gerous. and was toid that It was, as he ouuld see the brain "Ah ! by me soul " replied Paddy, ''please send a little to my father, for he uften tould me I never had any " Am Umsofhisvicatbd Patriot - The Pan ami Star, giving tha inoidenta of the recent earthquuke there, says "Ona patriotio Individual rushed to his Con sol's reside ee, and claimed the protection of bis national flng. In vain a friend told him that be would be so safer there?that earth quakes reapeot no flag 'I'll bad d if they than t respect oars, though ' he replied If eny earthquake dare touch that flag, the whole Union would rise to pat It down 1' tr" Boh, did yoa aver go to ths gold mines ?'* ??Yes." " \f hat did you dig P' " I dug out as quick as the Lord would let me " If some other people had followed Bob's ex ample we might have had lee* gold: but wo are qui'e sure we would not have had hall so macb rheumatism CT When Nicholas Biddle. familiarly called Nick Biddle. waaooonocted with the United States Back, there was an old negro named Harry who uaed to be loafing around the premises One day, in a sooial mood, Biddle asid to the dark?v; "Well, what is your nime. my rid friend f" "Harry sir; old H.rrv, aaid tha o'h?r S>cobing his sleepy ha*. ?Old Harry,' said B<ddla. why, that is the unme they give to the devil, is it no; ?" "Yes, sir,'* atid the ardored gentleman, "sometimes 0I0 H?rr j and someflme ol? Nick rw Tho Ci roassians never leave tbe corpses of their brothers on tbe Sold of battle, or in the hands of the enemy. They prefer to give up viotory rather than abardon their dead, and they come to demand them of the Kus siare. One day General Paieff-ki. who com manded on the right flank, restored them their fallen oountrvmen saying, " that he did not wage war s*alnet the dead " The Circassian answered, that "they prayed to God he would not leave his body without burial, if he ever fell in battle " The Russians also carry off their deal when they can do ft Tbe Cossacks especially show themselves scrupulous in pay ing tbe last duties to their brothers killed in the fight, SPALDING * ROGERS' TWO CIRCUSES! <k>ffHnjBtTVO THBIH CJtLKhK,*". tkQ Floatiug falaee Circus F?"?in th?ir PeUtm; Aquaito Am phitheatre. ob tb? Ml^iarippl ?n;t ?hi? riven. muI tiMr TOKTH iMXJUCAJf CIRCUS t o f*vor*h y kaoan la the N>rth Kaat, On* saonstor C oncern Wlih tht Two ' cm pan it*, ooeu nriica* iHspaoUvely the most di* tir fulched Northern ani 8cuth ??m swtmMW, IN FRIENDLY STRIPE, Daily, lti tlie same King, in pree eoon of tbe aadieiioe, with Two Sets of Performers TWO KVTS OP CLOWN 8! KYB CLOWNS IN THE RING! two aura or kino uorbssI fomi-leic Dramutic (orps! rvert Aftrmovn. PUTNAM FVERY N!6HT. N&D ULSDALL. THK BCGLKB ! t\ ICMiALL'ti BRA** HAND! CBOA T?>S SIX IS Q BaXD > A Triumphal Proo?*> hiun thn u+,1 ib" principal ?ti>?u, ehut t-n oVdook a m-, at ?rv?rv pi?oe of Ex hibition. of tbe Lends, in t!? ><uid Car of ft?tu?ttw?' DRAWN BY 40 HORSES' Drlvro by one m?n: ncd *x*ry tbtn* alee, In and About th* Ki>u Nhmont, upou tb? Nuue *laborate .nd magnificent scale, with BILL ?LAKk tha irreat N Orleane Olr w n; Maoujcs, tbe Wonderful Nau tionkey; M'ile AUNKtt, tho Ol " raU*l Creole Gyamvt; Wixtsk AMibth* Peerions bmUrk Hi d?r; 0. J. Jtooaas, di?tiD^aisbnl i*o*>alc hi ja*-crwkU ; Muttr > ^ Vict, the Youuc t^aeftrlan Uero( OaaoKS, th?< ntwutiAil Peenio EqueetTirnn?; Mr* L .as. tb? iu trepwl Horaeweman; th* tamoiu ?on.*T baorusaij; li Maoii*tt, *h? iMucwand Voltigeur, Uoasteur i.a XHJE5, Uw? Modern Hercule*. trot bAUitn^, the MngUah Wit nJ-d; W. EXKauta, tb-v VerwU'e Rqv?-Htrtan; D. Lraaai^ tbe?kil f&t Uv CiOMSt; Eosaat H airs, the H(hH Ma*tn ? W. J. Pici tbe famous Jehu; C. Bn*, J. Bts*, W. Coaaca, Ac , will be ex hibited at i and 7^ p m., ATIXRNOON 4 NIGHT AT ALEXANDRIA v ON AiONUAY. tV-nwr J?tb. AT GEORGETOWN OS WHXDAr. October l'rb, WASHINGTON CITY , C?atre Maraet epaoe, ! W?DN*6t>/t;raCMiLA>',PHlI>AY AN? SAT URDAY, OafciW 18th, 5K*h, and 2lst

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