28 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1

28 Ekim 1854 Tarihli Evening Star Dergisi Sayfa 1
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THE* EVENING STAR -PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (ixamn sundat,) At the Star butldingt, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WAIjLACH & HOPS, Will Ih> Mrwd to OTbscribcn in the cities of Wuh )u?ujn,gf>orgMMm, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila- j oelphia, at six AND A quartbr CENTS, paya weekJj*to the Agents. To mail rabwribera the subecriptipn price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advcmoe, TWO DOL LARS for 8IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR lor THREE MONTHS. Cf^Sinau conn oat curr. V"' ? ??; "??*?? VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1854. UNDERTAKERS, 4c. CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER. rpHE undersigned would respectfully inform his I friends, acquaintance*, and th* public generally that he still oontinuee to execute all orders la hfe line of business in the best manner aa 4 ?t the short Mt notice. the shortest notloe, and 1b the best manner. Bod*t yrtservtd m U* ft perfect mm t*r, ?9m tn t\e Mtarme# wtiUfur. h? wouW ".pectftilly solicit, ami will tadnm to merit a continuance oi the tame. ANTHONY BUOHLY, ?*? s. wide, between Oth and 10th iti. Residence: Mr. If at tin's, No. 896, D street, talrd house east ol 7th street mar 17 ly COFFIN WAREROOM, Ac. r H -?> J. WILLIAM PLANT A CO, UN i ?residence 418 Sev enth street, between G and H streets. Interment* procured in any ground or osmetorr. Coffins, Cap*. Shroud*, Carriages, IlearTe, and every article for interments of toe best quality furnished at short notice, on the most reasonable terms, and at all nours of ths night. Having the exclusive right of Crumps Patent Corpse Preserver, we guarantee to *?*p the dead for any length of time. oc 11 tf UIJMKIAKISG & CABINET HAKIHQ. " , advertiser i^urns sincere thanks to his i- friends and the public in general for their past patronage, and informs them tint, with in creased facilities, he' is prepared ? ? to attend to all orders In his line of business with promptness and dispatch- He gives his personal at tention to Undertaking, and those requiring his 1V?J 1x1,11 careful and obliging. Calls attended to at all hours, day and night. In the cabinet making line he trusts to be able to ^"tofore. His establishment find lath sta., First Ward, Washington. . _ . ? _ JOSEPH GAWLER, oct 6?lm Cabinet Maker and Undertaker. UNDERTAKER^ I WOULD respectfully return my thanks to the cltisens of Washington and its vicinity for their *ntl ??T *bat owing to the frequent calls in the Undertaking branch of my business, I * ar? induoed to discontinue the manaffcetare VraroSSKSV? my ^tk>n fuily to to* ?/ w DaKT AKIN G. I have spared no pains to have ? very thing that to requisite to my businem, and 1 am therefore fully prepared to meet any order after a raw moments notioe, and I assure those who KlTe me a call that I will spare no pains te oarrv ont th?ir orders to their entire satisfaction. JAMES F. HARVEY, No. 410, Tth st, between G and EL i ?. B.?Calls aReaded to at all hours of the ?<?*>?? f mar 2?ly ?1 "GLEN WOOD CEMETERY." I r pais beautiful burial plaoe of the dead having L j?"t been dedicated with appropriate ceremonies fir the parpoee, is now open for the reoeptioa of the remains of deoeased persons. The MAUSOLBUM has capacity for a hundred bodies, in whioh *nch friend* of the dead as may *pply can place the departed until they select sites jor the graves. The plaa of the incorporators is one of equality in regard to the lots, which will not be put up publicly wr sale, (although they usually bring a premium,) making the early selection of lots tae most desir able. Until an ofloe is established in the city of Wash ington, applications will be punctually attended to at the present effloe, in the east wing ot the build ing on catering the Oemetery. ] m ? ?, ... WM 8- HUMPHREYS "????Gleawood is situated a short distance due north of the Capitol. *0^ 11 _.ira REDUCTION IN GAS FIXTURES. WK are now receiving the largest stock of GAS FIXTURES ever offered in this city, com prisiog every variety of style and finish. They have I been select?i from the celebrated factory of Corne 2tus A Co., Philadelphia, and include all of *-Mr patterns. 1 Owing to a red action In price in Gas Fixtures we are now prepared to furnish them at a less rate they have ever yet been sold here or elsewhere. To keep pao with the above improvement the price of gas lubing has been materially reduoed, and our increased facilities warrants us In saying that we are prepared and can execute any work we may undertake cheaper and better than any other establishment is this city. J. W. THOMPSON k BRO, Plumbing k Gas fitting Establisnmsnt, Pa- avenue, s. side, between 10th and 11th sts. oct 13?dtJanl GREAT ATTRACTION. 1 Ar) doseii linen cambric Handkerchiefs from 6 1W cents upwards iyj dos. grass linen Handkerchiefs from 25 cents up ward*, very cheap French worked Collars in great variety, very low Worked lawn and muslin Sleeves Worked cambric Skirts U40 pairs French kid Gloves, at SO oentsi worth 75 gents Call and buy aheap for cash at WM R. RILEY'S, cor- Eighth street, opposite Centre Market, oct 3?lm EK TAKE NOTICE NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. PW. BliO WXIMti) Merchant Tailor, Pa ? avenue, under the United States Ho- a* fcel would respectlally inform his customers Hi the public generally that he hw just re- nA oeived new fall and Winter goads in gr?at?jflL ?ariety, such as Cloths, Cassimeres, and Vesting oi the latest importation, and is prepared to have them Blade up at the shortest notion, in the most fashion ahie manner, and at low rates of prices. Having made arrangement* to go into the Readv ?MdsOiothiag business extensively this season, he stris confident that he can offer th<?e wishing to Kahase a stock of Clothing, not inferior to any in city, and not made up at the North, as is usu JJUy the case with work sold here; but cut in his cwn establishment, and made by our own needy cit duU reason, at low ratee of prices, he is Bled th?re.or, to oompete with northern work in nt of prices; and as to quality and style, he will ive for those who Uv it nim with a call to iud?re He can sell whole suits, Coat, Pants, and Vest, at to* following low rates: floe i suit for business purposes, ou< of cloth or eaa iimere, for the small sum of. Dress and frock Coats, from ."ilO to $20 Overcoats of different styles 12 to 25 Black and fancy Pantaloons- ."tj 50 to 10 ?1 It and Velvet Vests..... 2 50 to 10 This stock of Clothing is of a superior quality, Mid has been made up sinoe he received the fail and w.nter fashions. He keeps constantly on hand a large assortment t'mbrSlaa^Ac!!8-*UCh " Ql0Te8? Cravats, Collars, riole Agent for the sale of Scott's Report of Fasb lonsin this city. s^p 15-tf HEAD QUARTFJR>r Comer of Thirteenth and E struts, near the Tktatrt. The proprietor of this f?Wpttblk house, Mr. William WV Greason, has r?fitted, ren orated, and prepared his^^^^^^_ 1 ?sUhiinnment for the accommodation or vi iter- m such a manner that be trusts will give ruil satisfac tion to all who extend to him their patronage lie has made arrangements to have the vety best oi UY.-TICKS, Ac., for the whole season, without regard to expense, families and Parties promptly supplied, lua Bar and Larder is at all tim?-s stoek*d with the best in the line. Making his acknowhdgments tor past enouuragemen t, be respectfully invites a 00n unuance of the same, with every intention and ex ertion to please. k lew boarders can be comfortable acoommo sep a-fim FOB P00B AND LABOEIHO MSN. OMALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet or more, in ky various parts of tbe City, and Georgetown, at ?w pnoes, and terms to suit. LLOYD k 00. BUILDING! STONE For Ra.e, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharves in Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. _ , . LLOYD k CO. ,*?l? *arge and handsome CARRIAGE and HARNM&i LLOYD k CO, jy a,v_iyi6tb 8tr*t? ?PP Treasury Depvtment. ( H008? 0041 81?ovel , Ash Buck ts, Cinder ?r *nd rab"' (complete in one,) Shovel and Ton^i, Pokers, Shovel aad Tong- Stands, Blower Stands, Fenders, Fire Carriers, kc, Ac. A larjre *,f-PP'.y.?f th* * ,OT* K0"-18 bave just been received, Uieect from the factories, and are a arranted superK r to any others in the market, and at as low prioes A call is respectfully 4oiieit?d. o, - J0S- L SAVAGE, oc 16 8ign of QDt Paw, Pa. ay-^^ttolOUi ft. y<tUUOL B002ll ol e?ery description at the O lowest pobiiabure' prioes, at TAYLOR k MAURY'S Bookstore, near Wh st. CAPTAIN CANOT, Author of the grbat book just bb IN3 PUBLISHJID, SPEAKS of HAMPTON'S TINCTURE. GREAT cure OF RHEUMATISM CCWTRAOTED UNDER TROPICAL CLIMATES. Baltimore, Md., June 4,1854. Mr. SMkbridgt, of the Fountain Hotel, Light street, Baltimore? Dear Sir: Being on the point of leaving the city, I avail myself of a few idle moments to thank you j kindly tor the medicine yon sent me, and which has restored me to the use of my limbe. I beg you to send me four bottles more, to oarryon my voyage. Since I had the fortune to use Dr. Hampton's Vege table Tincture my confidence is to strong that, In gratitude 10 the proprietors of said medicine, I beg you to present my respects to them, and Induce them to make it more pnblicly known as a sure Rheumatic cure. Having called on me on the 19th of April last, and seen me prostrated on my bed, useless in all my li ?ibs, you can appreciate nearly as well as myself the prompt relief I received from Dr. Hampton's Tincture, and I am positive had it not been lor your strong and forcible reoommenda* tions I should still have been in bed. It is really a pity this specific should not be ap proved by medical men, aud like all patent drugs it should suffer the imputation the public generally give to Buch preparations. I myself, who was al ways opposed to a patented specific, took this medi cine with reluctance, and without confidence in it, and it was only through your disinterested, friendly recommendations, and my critical situation that in duced me to try this really beneficial Vegetable i Tincture. Ton may inform Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbray that they are at liberty te make use of mv name in the support of the good effects of Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, as it has cured me is five weeks of a chronic Inflammatory Rheumatism, contracted ! under tropical climates, and of seven year?periodical duration. I have only used three bottles, and find that even the deformed parts of my hands are fast returning o their former natural appearance. 1 I have been under the treatment of several phy 1 sicmn? in London and Paris, without any apparent benefit; also, while in New York, having tried the Thompeonian and Homoepathic remedies, after hav ing been tormented with galvanic bateries, oold ani aromatic baths, and hundreds of internal and external medicines, all to no effect, I am, so iar, cured by this Hampton's Vegeable Tincture only. Therefore, my J ear sir, accept of the assurance of my gratitude, and believe me your well wisher. Thomas Cahot. REV. VERNON E8KRIDGB, U. 8. N. Portsmouth, Va-, Aug. 18,1851. Mr. J. E. Boush?Dear sir: While I am, in gene ral, opposed to patent medicines, candor compels me to state that I have great confidence in the virtues of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. For several months past I have used it in my family; and in dyspepsia, loss of appetite, dizziness, and general de bility, with entire success. So far as my experience .extends, therefore, I take pleasure in recommend ing it to the afflicted as a safe and efficient remedy. I am, respectfully, yours, Virhom EsxanxJi, Chaplain, United States Navy. HOME TESTIMONY. OURS OF LIVER complaint OF TEN YEARS Washikoton, May 17,1863. Messrs. Mortimer A Mowbray: Gentlemen?Hav ing been afflicted with Liver Complaint of ten yean standing, I hereby, for the b?neflt of the afflicted, take great pleasure in announcing that after using a few bottlee of your Tincture, I found it had ac complished a perfect cure I have used different medicines from time to time, bit have never been able to aooount for any apparent good, and it is a blessing to stricken humanity that that medicine is found which possesses the wonderous power of pro longing human life. The many cures it has wrought is a sufficient guarantee of toe beneficial results which may be experienced fram its use. Yours, respectfully, J. Guam* Hat. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cures ot Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dytprv tin, Nervousness and Gen sral Weakness. Asa female medicine or for delicate children we believe it un enuaied. ?F-Boldby MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, New York; CHAS. STOTT A CO., WIMBR, J. B. MOORE, D. B. CLARKE, CLARKB A BOWLING, W. ELLI nand H McPHERdON, Washington; also, by R . CISSRL, Georgetown; and C. C. BERRY, Alexandria, and by Druggists everywhere. aug 81?tr TAKE NOTICE. HOUSEKEEPERS and others are reminded that the following list of articles are of the very best description, and can be purchased from the sub acriber on as low terms as any other house in the city. A large assortment and supply always OB hand: Oils of all kinds Queans ware Paints Brushes Cainphine Clocks Varnish Lamps Turpentine Chandeliers Window Glass Girandoles China Vases Earthenware Brittannia Ware Glass Ac., Ac., Ac, Goods sent to any part of the city free ot chargei Country dealers will do well to call. 0 8. WHITTLESEY, Tth street, opp. Selden A Withers' Bank. taar 17?tf REMITTANCES TO IRELAND. 1 )ERSONS desiring to send money to Ireland, can X obtain checks for ?1 or more, on the Belfast Banking Company, payable in all the principal towns. Apply to CHUBB BROTHERS, Banker*, opposite the Treasurv Building, 'il? A AS FIXTURES. r|A?LE subscribers take pleasure in announcing tc X the public that their stock of GAS FIXTURES sompri^ing Rome of the best and latest patterns, ha bean received, and that they are now prepared to sel it the lowest rates. Persons in waut ef Gas Fixture* rill please call and examine ?they will no doubt tind it to their interest. Dwellings and publio buildings fitted with gas-tu bing at the usual sates J. W. THOMPSON A BROTHER, dec 18?tf Pa. av., bet. 10th and 11th, *. aide. WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, Statue avmue, between 1V? and Mi stt. MANUFACTURER of Steam Engines, Boilers. Water Tanks, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers and Werk generally. Will furnish Saw Mills, all kinds of Castings Wrought and Cast Iron Pipes, aud everything in the Iron line generally. Two small KNMN&S on hand and for sale. For Information address G. E. NOYEri, Washington Iroc Works, Washington, D-O. ?v 14? TO INVENTORS. TiHl office of''The Inventors' Protection National Union" is on 7th street, opposite the Bast Por ?loo of the Patent Office, and is now ready to attend to the business of its members, namely: in making examinations and soliciting patents, Ac. Inventors are invited to call and get a copy of the Of nstitution and By-laws, and where any informa Tien will be given respecting the Union. All letters on business must be directed to this ol ic*, where attention will be given immediately. A modnl ah?i> is in oonnection with the office, where models can be made to order at the shortest notice. T. G. CLAYTON, ap 10?ly President I. P. N. U. PLUMBING, GAS-FITTING, ANL TINNING. I^HE undersigned, having added Gas^Pitting to tbssir former business, are now prepared to ex ecute all orders in that line, in tne cheapest, most expeditious and approved manner. PLUMBING and TINNING done as heretofore. A fine assortment of STOVES, Tin and 8heet Iron WARE constantly on hand. Sole ageiits for the District for MaeGregor's Patent HOT AIR FURNACES, f>r heating Public Buildingr, Churches, Halls, Private Residences, Ao. Also, for Barker's Double Acting FORCE PUMPS. Persons in want of any of the above articles will find it to their advantage to call on us ere pure ha ting elsewhere. Pledging themselves to a prompt execution of all orders entrusted to them, they most respectfully uolicit a continuance of the favors so liberally be stowed upon them by their former patrons and the public Inderal FURSE A COLLINS, Nos. 359 aud 371, Pa. av., opposite Willards* Hotel. Sep 6?3m SILVER AND BRASS PLATING. Ho. 442 Eighth Street, between D St. and lis. avenue T PUB undersigned is prepared to do SILVER and 1 BRASS PLATING in all their varieties. Numbers for Stores and Dwellings, Door Plates, Bell Puils, Railing Knobs, Letters and Ornaments for military and otier Associations furnished at Baltimore prices, and of his own workmanship. All kinds of Conch Work In the line done in the best and cheapest manner. Those who want jttar?C> brass plating, A<%, done, win please call is Wwvfe, on J. A. SHE EH AN, sepXWlsl Practical 8Um A REMEDY FOB "EACH DISEASE." AT the request of many of my patients, I have consented to pat ap a class of my most effl dent prescriptions in the form of FAMILY MEDI CINES, each one suited to a particular disease, and not, like the manufacturers of the nostrums and panaceas of the day, promulgate to the world that any one compound will cure all diseases, and who, (in the words of the great Italian physician, Spal lansani) "put medicines which they know little, into bodies which they know less." J. 8. BOBS, M. D., Phila. For Cholera, Dysentery, Bowel Complaints, <Jc Dr. J. 8. ROSE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM. I This mixture is one of the most important medi cines, and should be kept in ail families as a "spe cific" for Cholera and Bowel Complaints it has nev er failed. Dysentery vanishes in a few days when this article is used as directed. Price 25c. Dr. J. 8. Boss's Paih Com will cure Stiff Neck, Sore Throat, Pains in the lace, Side, Back or Limbs frem a Cold, Cholic, Cholera Morbus, Ac. It cures Sprains, Chilblains, Cramps or Pains in the Stom ach or Bowels. Price 12)4, 25> and 50 cts. Da. J. 8. Ron's Extract or Bcchu is one of the best remedies ever used for diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, Ac. Price 50c. Da. J. 8. Boss's Nxavoos ahd IimaoaATnra Ooa sul, for Heart Disease, all Nerreus Affections, Tlat ulenoe, Heart Burn, Restlessness, Numbness, Neu ralgia, raising the spirits, and giving power to the whole system, it is almost miraculous in its effect. 50 cents a bottle. Da. J. 8. Ross's Dtspiptic Compound, a sure cure for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints, and indigestion, when taken in conjunction with his Alterative or family Pills. Price of both 76c. Db. J, 8. Boss's Goldsh Pills for Vailing of th? Womb, female Weakness. Debility, and Relaxation. They have a peculiar affinity for the debilitated muscles of the female, and in no instance have they foiled in radically curing those distressing com plaints females are so often subject. Prioe 50 oents. Dr. J. 8. Boss's Anti-bilious or Railroad Pills.? These pills are not warranted to cure in every mal ady or disease incident to man, but they are a grand remedy for a Bilious state ol the system and com mon fevers. When used with Dr. Rose's Tonic Mix cure, will cure the most stubborn cases of Bilious fever or fever and Ague. Prioe 12% and 25c. Da. J. 8. Boss's Sabsaparilla Compound, for all Skin Diseases and for purifying the Blood, it is su perior to all others. Prioe 6Co. and $1. Da. J. 8. Boss's Euxia or Opium, free from all the bad effects of Opium or Laudanum, such as Head tche, Constipation, or Sick Stomach. Price 25c. All whose Constitutions are impaired by disease or weak by nature, should read Dr. J. 8. Rose's "Medi sal Adviser, (which contains a description of the Dis eases of our climate and the mode of treatment.) It san be had without charge of Z. D. Oilman, Charles Stott A Co., W. H. Oilman, John W. Nairn, Patterson A Nairn. D. B. Clark, 3 H MePherson, William T. Evans, KidweU A Law renoe, J. B. Moore, Washington; J. L. Kidwell, Georgetown; and by all dealers in Alexandria, Vlr {inla. je 27? LIVER COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, OHRONIO OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED LIVER OR STOMACH. |??h as Oonstipation, inward Piles, fullness of Blood to the Head, Aoidity ol the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, fullness sr weight in the Stomach,Soar Eructations, dunking or flutter ing at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision, Dote or Webs befora the sight, fever and Dull Pain in the head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness ol the Skin and lyes, Pain In the Side, Back. Cheat, Limbs, Ac., Sudden flushes cf Heat, Burning in the flash, Constant Imaginings of evil, and Great Depression of Spirits, OM ?? svrsoruAUT ows ax DR. HOO FLAN D'S Cfetebrated Gtormaa Bitters, PRETARED BY DR. C.M. JACKSON, Mo. 1)10 A.rail itrttt, Philadelphia. IMr power aver the above diseases is not excelled Ifej nailed, by any other preparation in the United State;, as thecurec attest, in many cases after skit fai physicians had failed. These bitters are worthy the attention of invalids. Possessing great virtues in the rectification of dis sasee of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching powers in weakness and affections ol the digest!re organs, they are, withal, safe, oertain and pleasant. READ AND BE CONTINUED. PaiLADSLPHU, March, 1,1858. Dr. 0. M. Jackson : Dear Sir?for the past two fears I have been severely afflicted with Liver Com plaint, Dyspepsia, Bilious Diarrhoea, and Piles, suf fering in a great degree constantly, the pains and in conveniences attendant upon such diseases, without inergy, being scarcely able to attend to any busi ness. I lost a great deal ?f my flesh, and used many kinds of medicine, with no apparent change, until I jonmeuced with your "HooJlantTs German Bitters they have entirely cured me. I have gained in jreigl# over forty pewids since I commenced their ose, and I am now entirely free from pain and ache jf any kind, and feel lixe a new man. I unhesitat ingly recommmd your Bitters to all invalids Yours, respectfully, JOHN B. CORY, No. 12 Lagrange Plaoe W. H. Adams, pub. of the, Argus, Weston, Jio., July 17,1861, said: "I was last summer so very ow and weak as not to be able to stand at the case onger than one hour at a time. I tried one bottle >f your German Bitters, which entirely cured me. I lave used two bottles. I sent two bottles 150 milee "rem here to a friend who had been sick for a long ime; he has also been cured by them. 1 believe iheci to be superior to any medicine new in use." JE. B. Parkins, Marietta, Ohio, feb 22,1851, laid: "Your Bitters are highly prised by those whe lave used them. In a case ef Lifer Complaint, ai tOng standing, which had res^slcd Iht skill oj sexy rrai physicians, was entirely ?ared by the use of 5 Bottle.*1 yt i&?sselm?ir, Jeweller, Wooster 0-, Deo. Id, 1851, said: "I embrace this opportunity of in forming you of the great benefit 1 have derived from the use of Dr. Heollanu's German Bitters. I have owed them for Chills and fever, and Disordered Stomach, and found relief in every case. They an the best remedy for Disordered Stomach 11 thlnr in ^ c'.'Syksii EiQ i Editor of the CburUr, Norwich,Conn.,said: "Ihave been using your Ger man Bitters for some time, for Dysnepeia, and have found so flhch relief from them, that I have made ap my mind to give them a fir si rate editorial *? iorsement." Iloldam, Kemp, * Co., Janeaville, Wln^ Sept. 1851, said: "Your German Bitters are deserved ly [popular here, and among all the prepared medi >in 'B on our sntlves, none have we sold which have man the satisfaction of Hoofland's German Bitters. June 2d, 1852, they said: "We recommend them as

an invaluable spring and summer medicine.'* W. M. Orr, Wooster, 0.. October 2d, 1852, swIA MYou ask me my opinion of the German Bitters, i have used them for D/fepersia and Indigestion, Mid take pleasure In stating that I think they are the very Wt remedy extant for the above Uuy are <lecvdedly *? the advance of all the proprt story mtdicines of the day." ?/Mr. Orr is a distinguished lawyer of WoosM?. These Bitters a. e s?tihxls vsosfAaU. Tr*y nm* prostrate the sytUm, but invif/oraU tt. for sale in &saington by Z- D'Kf???f; la Georgetown by i n piWKPONT In Alexandria ay f Stm Io Richmond by /aRCKL^l^DDACg tS d? 8ETH HANCE. [_ mi AftPHMltSON A MARSHALL. M.A. ?ANTO|*80l^_ And by ree pec table dealers in medicine^ every Where. * WABEEIT8 IMPROVED fIRE AND WATKR-PHOOf COMPOSITION ROOFING. WE take oleasure in calling the attention of parties contemplating building, to this high ly popular roofing material, which has bee? in eit" tensive use throughout the cities of the Western States nn<i British Prsvincas for upwards of 10 years, during which time it has been tested by every vari ety of circumstances, and is universally conceded to possess, iu a greater degree than any other roofing material in use, the valuable qualities of durability and security against the action of tne el ements. , , .. We are ready to oontraot for roofing in the etty and oountry. . . . , _ Oflioe hours from II to 12 a.m., and 4 to6 pan. a WARflKHjfcOO., 10th st, 2d door above MicGuire's Jtwrnaa Room, IP 8m* OFFICIAL Txiasubt DiPAJtTMSWT, August 26,1864. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing-described stoeks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 20th day of November next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the aggregate to $3,840,000, in the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the ?mount stated, preferenoe will be given in the or der of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States, by the parties who are to reoeite the amount thereof, must be transmitted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a prioe will be pal'J, compounded of the following particulars: 1- The par value, or amount specified in each cer tificate. 2. A premium on the stock of the loan authorised by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 12, 18&6, of 3 per cen'4 on the stock of the loan au thorised by the act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decem ber, 1862, of 11 per oent; on the stock of the loans authorized by the acts of 1847 and 1848, and redeem able, the former on the 31st Decemb?rt 1867, and the latter on the 80th June, 1868, of 16 per cent; and on the stock of the loan authorize 1 by th#4et of 1860, and redeemable on the 31st December, 1864 (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) six per cent. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st ot July, 1864, to the date ef receipt and settle ment at the Treasury, with the allowanoe (for the money to reach 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 States, on the assistant treasurer at Boston, New York, or Philadelphia, as the 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 vember next. JAMBS GUTHRIE, aug 28? dt20 Vov Secretary of Treasury. FIRE GILDING, GALVANIZING. AND ELECTRO SILVER-PLATING, ON ALL KINDS OF KIT AX. FLAB ARRE would respectfally inform the pob ? lie that he has opened a Shop at the corner 0 and 10th streets, in the above business, and is now ready to receive orders in any branch, namely: FIRE GILDING in all klndfi of ornaments for churches, chalices, jewels, and regalia for Free Masons, Old Fellows, ind other societies, military ornaments, Ac. Also, SILVER AND BRASS WATCHES, Chains, Goblets, Lockets, Tea and Table Spoons, Dessert and Butter Knives. ELECTRO. SILVER-PLATING >n Military Ornaments, Fruit Baskets, Waiters, Candlesticks, and Ceasets. Also. Silver plating for Plumbers,Gas Fitters, Ac. All ornaments for military, Free Masons, Odd Fel ows. and other Societies and Clubs made to order >n the shortest notice. FRANCIS LABARRE, Corner C and 10th sts west, near Pa. ave. se 6?Qm _____ SPANISH MIXTURE. Vha 9r?at rurifir of th? Blood! Mot a Particle of Mercury in it. UllmrA.U0!.3 SnuDifor 8?rofn Ja. King's Evil, Rhea* nudism, Obstinate Cutanea- arupttons, Pimples or Pustules on theFaoe, Blotches. Boils. Chronic Bore Byes, RingWorm or TetUr, Scald Head, Enlarge ment and Pain of the Bones and Joint*, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Com plaints, and all Diseases arising from an injudicious ?seef Mercury, ImprudaaoelnLhe, or Impurity ol tha Blood. rHIg valuable Medicine, which has become cele brated for the number of extraordinary cures ?fleeted through its agency, hat inauoed the propria lore, at the urgent request of their friends, to offer it 0 the public, which they do with the utmost confi lecoe in it; virtues and wonderful curative proper lee. The following certificates, selected from a large jnrnber, are. however, stronger testimony than the tiers wo ad of the proprietors; and are ail from gen lemen welft nown in their localities; and of the high strospectas .lity ,many of them residing In the city of Urhmend, Va. F. BOYDflN, l?qn cf the Exchange Hetel, Rich oend, known everywhere, says he has seen the Medl ine called Ci &tsa's Spanish Mixtcxi, administered nover a hundred cases, in nearly all the diseases for rhieh itis reoommeaded, with the most tu ? nishingly ;ood results. He says it is the most exu ^ordinary aedicine he has ever seen. AGUE AND FEVER?GAB AT GUKIi.?l hereby ertify that for three years 1 had Ague and Fever of be most violent description. I had several Physi tans, took large quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and believe all the Tonics advertised, but all without lennanent relief. At lent I tried Carter's Spanish fixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me, mil I ?m happy to 3ay 1 have had neither Chills >r Tevere since. I consider it the best Tonic in the rorld,andthe only medicine that ever reached my iase. JOHN LONGD3K. Beaver Dam, near Richmond Va. 0. B. LUCK, Esq., now in the city of Richmond, md for many years in the Post Office, has such confi lenoe in the astonishing efllcaoy of Carter's Spanlrh fixture, that he has bought upwards of 68 bottles, rhich he has given away to the afflicted. Mr. Luck ays he has never known it to fail when taken aooozd By to directions. Dr. MINGB, a practising Phyaioiaa, and formerly if the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, Bays he kas witnessed in a number of instances the effect* of Jarter's Spanish Mixture, which were moot truly sur mising. He se ja in a caseof Consumption, dependent in the Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker A dorris, Richmond, war1 cured of Liver Complaint of 8 rears standing, by the use of two bottles of Cartel's ipanisb Mixture. "GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA.?The Editors ol ihe Richmond Republican had a servant employed In heir press room, cured of violent Scrofula, oumbined irith Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from ffork. lire bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made 1 perfect cure efhim, and the Editors, in a public no dee, say they "cheerfully recommend it to all who are ifflioted with any disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFULA.?I hai l very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable aediclne. JAMBS M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the i. F. A P. R. R. Co,, Richmond. Va. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the city Of EUohmond, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, ef Salt Rheum, which he had oearlj twenty years, and which all the physicians )f the city qould not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in the city of Richmond, Va^ and hlr cure is moat remarkable ?WM. A. MATTHEW8. ef Riehmond, had a eer rant cured of Syphilis, In the worst form, by Car ter's Spanish Mixture. He says he cheernnly ro jcmiaends It and oonsfalers it an invaluable modi sine. . . MDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, says he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it 1s a perfect cure for that horrible disease. WM G. HAJiWOOD, of Richmond, cured of old Sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Fook a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and iras enabled to walk without a cratch. In a short time permanently cured. principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE A 00?? Mo. SS Maiden Lane, New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North Beoond street, Philadelphia. BENNE1T A B1ER& No. 136 Main street, Rich " iSSd for" nale by CHARLES STOTT, Washington, D. C.j HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists ?very where. price $1 P?r bottle, ot six Pottlee for $? sep 2i-y tubfet victorious. YOU will find 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 of the latest styles; Brackets, Tables, Room Moulding, Corpses, Ac., Ac.; or by leaving your order you oan have any thing done in my line. N. B.?Old- Praia**, A&, regilt at the shortest no taWtonoK Dont forget the place, ft* 20?ly JOHN WAGNER. evening star. HOW EUSSIA FIRST GOT THE CRIMEA. Chambers's Repository contains an account, which will be interesting at the present time, of the means by which Kassia became pos sessed of the portion of territory which the iiinglish and French forces are now trying to wrest from her. It forms part of a biograph ical sketch of the famous \*r? ~ . j"lU.varoff' or Anglice Suwarrow, Who loved blood jw an Alderman loves marrow. Catharine had huddled ap a peace with the Sultan in 1774, partly on aocount of the Pu. gatchey danger, and partly beoauaeof the me nacing tone of the British Cabinet; but no sooner was England involved in war with the Lnited States of America, and France pre Ji?riniL r?1 6 in witl*tbe rev?lted oolonist?, than the Empress, true to the traditional pol ,07.?{St- P?te?burgh, forthwith commenced, whilst yet the ink was wot with which she had subseribed a covenant of "perpetual peace"' with Turkey, active provocations for a re newal of the war by offensive demonstrations in the Crimea, on the Kuban northward of the Caucasian Cordillera, and on the shores of ^ A?ea; .ln 1776? Suvorov, fully poe sessed of the designs of the Caarina, left St I eter8burgh for Cherson, the most southern point of the Russian frontier towards Tarkey without even a decent pretence for hos J1/ue8^OD<:0attMked Dulut Obiray, khan ot the Crimea; drove him off to seek such re Sftantinople might and set khan ^nd ST7' * *inaman of deposed "d .supple tool of Russia in his stead. General Suvorov next proceeded to erect forts on the Kuban and nr^ntl k a tilities with 4'the banditti'of Ciroassia*' hot wlthaUoh m-fortuBe tha,liSL task to Maior General Kayser, and busied himself with "the delicate mission"?a macb easier one, at all evente, than a guerilla war the Toherkessi?of removing some 20,000 Armenian families from the Crimea to the district of Catherinoslof in Russia, where they would be mor?manageable than in their own country. Nearly a third of these unfor tunates perished by the way of fatigue and privation, and hundreds threw themselves in despair under the hoofs of the Cossacks' horses, as the riders, in obedience to Suvorov a orders pricked them on with their spears, as if goading cattle to market or to pasture The bubhme Porte loudly remonstrated against these proceedings of the Russian general, and even went so far as to parade a numerous fleet in the Black Sea; but the deplorable war with America and her European allies, precluding the ministry of Lord North from affording the bultan more than " moral" help the Capudan Pacha returned with his fleet to Constantinople, after receiving a contemptu ous note from Suvorov, in reply to his demand f?* an "explanation" of the Russian doings in the Crimea, and the appearance of " Rua SS Ctlr8ai,""-?n lhe BJ*ck Sea- ^ the effect that the legitimate Khan of the Tartars. Schaim Ghiray, hai been pleased to call in the aid of his auguft ally, the Empress of ah the Ruseias, which had enabled him to dis pense with the assistance of the Sultan ; and that, with regard to the scandalous epithet of ri!!rS"?'w ^lied ^ Capudan Pacha to her Imperial Majesty s ships, that was a grave of fenoe, which must be answered for hereafter. The Sultan was at length induced to acknowl edge Schaim Ghiray as the rightful Khan ; and that point gained, comparative tranquil lity prevailed till 1782. when the Tartar tragi comic force was played out Large bodies of Russian troops having been quietly drawn to gether, and judiciously posted, the Prince Po v!8*"0^?- Proc'auiation, getting forth .that Schaim Ghiray had solemnly abdicated his Khanship, entirely of his own free will, in favor of the Empress of Russia, to whom, therefore, all Nogay Tartars were bound and quired Immediately to swear allegiance. To facilitate the due performance of this solem nity?at which Suvorov and his soldiers were ol course to assist?a grand feast was provided in the open air for the Nogay chiefs and their dependants; where after they had devoured 100 oxen and 800 sheep, with 32,000 pints of 6ago brandy, the oath was administered to them collectively; and Suvorov immediately dispatched a special courier to inform Prince Potemkin of the completion "of that act of faith and homage," by the intoxicated Tar tars. .Doubts, however, were not Jong in suggest ing themselves to the mind of General Suvo rev as to the degree of binding force which an oath, however solemn in Itself, or impressively administered, could be expected to have upon the conscience of men who, " he was grieved to discover, were entirely destitute of reli gious reverence ;" the result of which was an understanding between him and the Prince Potemkin, that ail the tribes of Nogay Tar tars should be gradually removed to the wilds of Lral, and that the meantime they should be, as opportunity offered, as quietly as possi ble, and under plausible pretexts, disarmed .is scheme went on prosperously for some time; but at last a large body of Nogays, on their way to the Ural steppes, suddenly ie fused to move further in this direction, over powered and broke away from the escort, and fled for shelter to the southwest bank of the Kuban, in the plains of Caucasia. Suvorov pursued them thither, with the determination of taking signal vengeance upon the " oath breaking infidels"?a promise which he tho roughly redeemed. By daybreak on the morning of September 11, 1782, a large en oampmeut of iNogays was discovered?whether the precise delinquents he was in quest of the general did not stop to inquire?and presently the Russian squadrons burst upon the sur prised and defenceless tribe, and " tho massa cre," we read, " continued till noon"?till in fact, there was none left to slay; all?men. women, and children?having been destroyed by Suvorov's express orders, " they being god less heathens, who did not respect their oaths!" This terrible example, if we may believe the Russian historians, produced the desired effect and the enforced migration of the Nogays en countered no further opposition. Catharine soon afterwards sent the sujceasfnl general the Grand Cross of the Equestrian Order of St. Wolodimir, "asa public testimony of our approbation of the leal and activity you have displayed in our service, and particularly in the commission you have borne under the direction of our general, Prince Potemkin, for the reunion of the various nations of the Rus sian Empire." Suvorov returned to St. Pe tersburg in 17b6, after having thoroughly " pacified" the Nogay Tartars, one of whose chiefs, Mmrsa Bey?a great eater, who drank pure sago brandy with his meals, and was always carried by his servants to bed?the Russian general regarded with great attach ment and esteem, and took leave of with many expressions of affectionate regret. Old, but Good.?A certain old gentleman had three sons ; the two eldest were remark able for their filial piety and obedience, and were consequently beloved by all who knew them.^ The youngest, on the oontrary, was an incorrigible scape grace, and was hated as much as the others were beloved. The old gentleman, in the common course of human events, got very sick, and assembled his fami ly about him. It was as follows: "To my eld est son, William, I bequeath all my landed property," Ac., to which William exclaimed "Father, I hope you may live longer to enjoy it vourself." "To my eon Edward I bequeath all monies now in my banker's hands, to gether with house and household furniture." lhe second fon also replied in the same man ner as the first, "Father, I hope you may live long and happy to enjoy it yourself." Then turning to the youngest, who was waiting in silent anticipation for his division of the prop erty ho said, "As for you, you profligate gooun* drel. I leaveyou a^hilling to buy ? rope to hang younelf ' To the surprise andtoonster nation and surpriaeof all preeent, he answer*! in the avme pious strain ot the others "Father itylurZlr"''1 "n l?'g "d "??; to ?jo7 Mori about Dahikl ULL*Aifir?A oorrer pondent of the New York Evening Poit con tributes the following roxnantio story : 'The w"tef remembers when the widow Ulmann and her sons, James and Daniel lived m Watertown, Jefferson county, New iurk and remembers when theeeboys. J a me* and Daniel, were at school at Lowvill. Acad! emy, in Lewis eouaty. They were then fifteen to seventeen years of age, and it wu in the years 1?24 and 5 or >?* At ?!a UmetheJ spoke English badly, and I well remember hearing Daniel rebuke James for using pro fane language (a very common habit iiTthose days and st111 more common at the pre*M time) in this wise?the manner of the expres sion is as fresh in tho memory of the writer a* though it oocurred but yesterday; mur^klm' Fy Cot' yon thwear tho The account which the mother of tnosa boys gave of herself and her sons was this > he was born in Ilindostan, and having be come a widow, by the oustoms of the pafans of which she was one, she would have bu[DbiXDi-H fQf*eralFJT*?f ^?p husband ; but by the aid of an Asiatic Jew sh* mml enabled to flee with him to Caloutta,' in India and afterwards became his wife." Exc.li.mt RaPAar??.-The Rev. Doctor C , minister of Douglas, in Clydesdale was one day dining in a larae Dartv Hon Henry ErskL u STUTS "XI 'Sr'XKTLVi jfiS voracity of manner, Mr. f rskine^M^S^lw nel/ft111* ih-ea that he re8?mbled Nebuchad rasr:? s?~s greatNebuohXQ?a^ ^ ,n *** ?f the The company were beginning to titter at the ludicrous allusion, when the?Rev ^ ble devourer replied : vegeta IWn' t ttindy? o'Nebuchadneizar' brutea " beCaUSe rm eatiD? ?Mmg th. ^pi?km?c m KissTccKY.-On the 10th instant, Mrs. Guill, residing near Kay's Fork, Scott county, Ky, about 20 yearVof aje SnDt^ ,e,7,!lf *2,? tree and wa* found di?' ? ? Llth' a Mrfl Plankett, of Grant county about 40 years of age and mother of nine children, hurg herself to death; and on the Tntdi7 a MlSS ^igg,e8- ^Hartson coSnTy about 15 years old, shot herself with a rifle SSy * locking but not immediately fatal' "ESjAftS 'ft "EES?## hlfut, ind cut down in time to save her life. The Cholera ih London?The cholera in tho metropolis still oontinues very severe?but it was slowly on the decline The deaths du ring the first week of September rose to 3 413 ftiid in the three weeks following were 2 R34l' 2.501, and 2216, fell in thTlLtSSktSi Wfhk lD0ctob?r> *> 1631 ^d the number of deaths registered were 1,2?0. !otal ,deat^e fr?m oholera were 754 in he last week of September; they deolined to ill in the week that ended last Saturday. Interesting to Barbbrs -It is said that a gentlemen in one of the large towns of Eng land, whose face rather exceeded the ordinary Iimensions, was waited on by a barber everV lay for 21 years, without coming to a settle uent. The barber thinking it ' fbout t??7to fettle, presenten his bill, in which he charged i, penny a day, amounting in all to ?31 l&s y the gentleman, supposing that he was charged 00 much, rcfnsed to pay the amount; but igreed to a proposal of the barbar to nav at he rate of i2u0 an acre. The premises were iceordingly measured, and the ehavinz bill was increased to ?68 8s. 8d. IST There are two hundred Russian pris >ners of war, with their wives and families, in >ne of the Devonshire prisons. They cost just ibout as muoh as a oompany of infantry would it the war* Nevertheless they oannot bo arot rid of. 8 An Expbn6ivb Accidbnt ?It is stated that he cost to theSusouehanna Railroad Company >f the Fourth of July oollision, is so far, in 1 damages paid to the sufferers ibout $30,000. there being but one moreclaim int yet to settle with, who demands $5000 for he injuries he sustained. CP* According to the Baptist Almanao for Iboo. there are in the United States 10 131 baptist churohes, 0.745 ministere, and 80? 754 nembers. ' . f,he Price of frogs at CincinnaU is nreo dollars a dosen. SnF' 8tKADE & ORNAMENTAL TREES 1 UK underMjfned > to offtfr to the public a Tr-rv 1 choice saltation of Fruit, Shade and lfT^rims?n Trwi.. 4c. of the verj- finest ^uailty ? th iftv ind W.-U grown onnsistUg of drawf and rtanaard .earn. Apples, 1 euohea. Apriootii, Plmos. CherriM> r^v' LancashireGooMberries, Qui ants, Raspberriw, ha. ' Shade trees of th^ most approved kinds tbr streeta ?' ?" 1/vtch Bulbs, direct frwn Holland, amon? wLloh 'f* bl?fn<l fingie Hyacinths, I>oubks aud Ha fiei Tulips. Narcissus, flnowaxops, Croousee Tq? Duibs arc large and well matured. D , JOHN 8AUL, Seed Store, oorner Seven kh and fl a to. Oct BUk WM. HAUNSCIULD^ PAPER HANGER & UPHOLSTERER. A ^ Frt"nch Paper Hangings and I pholster Goods, Pennsylvania av< nue. bttw ^>enteenth and Eighteenth *L-eeta, Washington, Haunschild b**s l?svs to inlbrm his friend. iUvl the Dublic that he ha* on hand a large stock of rieiirh Gilt aud AmcrioaJi TrausparsriUs Hair, Mosh, Cotton and Shuck MattnfiuL which he will dispose ol at th# lowest rrio*^L got 10?3m CLOCKS, WATCHES A .TKWTEr wv" I have just reneiyed and opened ihb ,?reat aneortment of Clocks, Watches.fcfil |and Jewelry, all of which will be sold Bu __ chaaper than similar goods oan U ESI boofftt in the District. I have on hand a few ill. ^ which will be sold a great Witmi. if oalled for s^on, at J. EOBINSON'i^^ ost 5?ime,rBl^ opposk<i &OW mm. NEW STORE!?NEW STORE ' ' GEORGE WILLNER, Papar Hanjr.r aad I nhm.,.. R 464 Ninth ttretL, near &. K t^*nk? fot th* very liberal patrov age already bee towed on one from my ftteodi aua customers sinoe my removal to the new stand. I respectfully invito public attention to my lwin and superior stock of Paper Hangings tor fall sale*, embracing an elegant Meortment *4 real FrenA Wold snd other Parlor styles, ail qualities, Isuad scape >iews, panel papers, for hails, 4c , with a email variety of low priced papers of deniable ooicn and patterns. "" Purchasers will And if to thstr adranUge to rive me a ou 11. ^ ^f^per put on in tbe bM and at rimct Upholstery Goods, sudti m Union and worated Damaskh, MusUn and Lace Curtains, Qilt Cornices, Bands and Ornamsnte, Gilt and Flowed PLa?l.? just received from the New York manu&erures, some nine feet long are beaatiful, Feather fistfs aua Mattreases. Oilcloths laid and Carpets cut and fitted la tX^ 10eo^nojnioal and neatest manitos, oct 14?lm

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