Newspaper of Evening Star, February 28, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 28, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. DOM'T BUS Of DOT. Don't debt?ninr nia4, n#ver mmd. ? If thy clothe* ut Uded and lem; Fit '?iii up, msfce them in, it Is better by far, Thai to have the bean weary aad warn. ?- ? - Who'll love you the more for t*e act ot yew bat, ~ Or tba raff, or the tie off our shoe, Tha shape of your rat, or y*w boats or era rat,- ? If they know you're in debt for the new. * | There's bo coat/art, I leiiyoa, la walluag Mm atreet. In fine clothes, if you kn >w you're in <kbU And feel that perchance you some tradeftneft tnv meet Who will sneer?''they're not paid for-yet," C<fJd.Krt<^f" ,et "** **?01 you' do,,'t ***** ?*M> # If the chairs and the solas are old? . ? Tnej wW nt jrour back better than any new *ct, Lnleas they're paid fer-srttb gold; ir ihe house is too Mnall, draw the cine* together, 11 warm with a hearty coed will; u?pa?d lor, m all kinds of weather Will send te your ?arm heart a ehill. Do?*t run in debt?now, dear girls, take a hirft, (If the fashioas have cheated since last seaeon,) Old Nature is out la the very same tint And old nature we think has seme reason. But Jut say to your friend that you caaaot a ford Te spend time to keep up with the ffcshion; That your purs* Is to light and your honor too bright, To be taraisbed with such silly ??*? Gents, don't run in debt?let your friends if they can, Have fine houses, feathers and flowers, But unless thay ate paid for, be more of a maa Than to rnvy their sunshiny hours. If you've money to spare, I have nothing to say To spend your dollars and dimes as yeu piaaae; But mind you, the man who his note has to pa v. Is the man who is never at ease. Kiad husbands, don't run m debt any more: Twill (ill your wifb's eup full of sorrow, To know that your n?ighb<* may call at your door, \\ ith a bill you must settle to-morrow O, take my advice?it Is good, it is true ! (But, I eat you nay same of you doubt,1 III whisper a secret, now teeing * is yea? 1 kmve tried if, and knew ?U about. The chain of a debtor is heavy and cold, Its links all corrosion and rust; Gild it o'er as you will?it is never of gold Then spurn it aside with disgust. The man who's in debt is too often a slave, Though his heart as >y be honest and true, Tan he hold op his head, aad look sauc v and brave, When a note he can't pay becomes due Thi Tiradmtll op Lira.?Round, round, it goes, this treadmill of life, and he who stops, in its eternal inarch, finds himself in a bad predicament. We real ly wish the thing could stop, jus*- long enough to give one time enough to take a good long breath, but it wont. Tramp, tramp, tramp, we must keep a going up the weary steps, which sink beneath our foot-fall and keep us going in one unvaried round. Sick and weary, depressed in spirit and faint at heart?no matter?on we must go, while the world slides from beneath us, and each successsive step, finds but another like its own which must be ta ken. Such is life in our experience, and really, we suppose, whatever we feel in clined to think, sometimes, that it does not vary widely from the Jot of others. It has its compensating advantages. Away from the wheel which we tread in its unceasing round, we trust motion is felt, which is not of this round and round character?that wherever may seem to our state, there is progress somewhere, which owes its motion to this little tread mill of ours, which we tread so wearily sometimes.?ashui Telegraph. Tun Shob Bosixeg.?Concerning the shoe business in Lynn, Mass., Josselyn's Daily says: "It is improving but there is no rush. It is a healthy reaction, and workmen have but to wait a little, and not offer to work at low rates; and the time is not far distant when all good workmen will find employment at full prices. There arc a few manufacturers in Lynn who wish to make things look worse than they are, for the purpose of grinding down the price of labor still lower than it is." ZZT* An appliance for blackboards can be made by boiling one pound of log wood in water enough to cover it, and adding half an ounce of green vitriol. This is superior to paint, as it stains the wood and will not wear off, dries in a few minutes, and bears no gloss. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. ifasae. Leave For Dmyt. Asia Bo?ton Liverpool....Feb. 28 Lchju -Havre New York...Feb. 14 Canada Liveqiool.. Boston Keb. 17 Pacific....... . Liverpool..New York...Feb. 24 Hermann Southaiuptio..New York..-Feb. 21# CGK The Calii'oraia steamers leave New York ou the 5th and 90th of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Will aril a* Iln tl?n * k j c. wiuiit. S F Butterworth, N* J Murphy, NY J Bigler, do A Miljs, da C Bloat, do A Mills, jr. do P B 3telle, do W J Sherwood. Cal A Welch, DC W Pell. NY G B Loring, Mass W H Tiilin?hast, do W P Scott, M i C J Tillingaast, do Cana*, do JP Kennedy. Md V* B Reynold a. J Utiles, L Kearney, t'SN L K Schenck, NJ T W Sherman, USA Brtwai' Ilotel -r. ?. k.'M. tt iwt. J II Latham, O F M Bot?r, Md T Cojrle, Va J Uarpur, do A C Terrett, NY J N Carpenter, Ark H C Frayaer, do J Hvtaud, Va LL Williams, Mo J M Harrison, do Hon 8 U Rogers, KC W A Steve:.son, do P B Duvall, Va Misa V B W,l is, do Miss Howard, Md Mist A M Wu. *, do J Cook, III M Handricks, do C?4 J M Demeat, Te* Mr Otis k. lady, NY T M Roues, NY R Toap, Tenn H G Coggerell, do F M White, do J Williams, la C Taggart, Del P Harwood, Mass C T Simmons, Pa 3 Green, Va E N Black, do; C W Shoruidge, Pa G H Hubbard, 111 H Cstherwood, do J J Andrew.Cl B Lee, la HA Dyer, do J W Remuie, do F Den meal. Md J Hanap, jr, do M A Ptaude, do T H Wiiha, Va J Thomas, NJ Mms B Willis, do II Waidron, Mich J ? Williams, Va Klrkweed Haase-j. a. a a. ciacwuoa J C V\ bitwell, NY CM .Vlodernar, Can F E Berlin, Cal M Peters, USN 8 Denny, 80 A J DrHaven, Nl W Header*oa, NC B B Taylor, Md G W Gipeon, Va DrG Brown & lady, Masj Mrs Gipaoa. do PA Hargus, NY J Webster k lady, Ma?s D Hsald, do C E Schetf, do AT Wahou, Mi A Van Aesdala, Ni W B Cooper It *ona. KY H Voorbeea, do M Dev J L Williamson, NY F O Libhy k lady, M* B M Jordan, Va G V Brooke, do W P Hasseer, Md J**1" Hetsl-I. a. ? ac Kir IT, ? M v D 8tert k o G B Hmiih, do J Collier, NY J^N Carpenter, Ark J Parseil, NC. ? V* H 8 Wall, do J N Gaskill, P* it h... ,v, S sJLUt^ o W Jow?P. r-SETi? Judf' Parker, NY m o Xv ' ? J torjell, do 8 K Titus, do ? Ion Ilowaa, Alexandria. Va a. sawroa, raoraisTea. Col E B Jacobs, Va I) C Tn?Ue, Md T P Cbiffede. lady and A Mom, Va daughter, Md W B Warwick, da G B Sidney, do J Q Whilwell, NY G Phipens, do C Hrrnden, Va J E Marsliall, Va R H Cockenlle, do Misa E Marshall, do 8 C Richardson, do J Taylor, do C J Hite, do Mrs Tartar, do Hon B Brown, do Mies L Lewis, do B Smith, do * f1* A Lewie, do n Moore, Md L Noland, do C Holiiday, do , C P Mallory, NY A R Aawdaa, daV ? G C White, do flp dyaJdini, do r? -wu .v? PROPOSALS 70H MAIL BAGS *oet Orfi%? DrPArrvcvr, January IB, 1855. EALED PROPOBALB will b? received at this Department until 9 o'clock a. m., of tb? Ul of April next. for tarnishing for four year* from the 1m day ?? Jwjr MX I, is inch quantftiee and at sueti 111?? say be required and ordered for the mail s wrvice, ntaii bag* of the following description, to i LJl . Can??* Mail Bags. i ,cfce No. 1, (41 inches in length, and 09 indite in [circumlteance,) lo be made of cotton canvass, rT?1**"* 15 ounces to the yard of 87 inches width ;1 5** yam of the fabric to bt doubled and twisted ai d flve-lttJ. r Bi*? No. 2, (41 inches in length, and 46 incite* in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvas*, ^weighing It ounees to the yard of97 inches Width, and the doth to be woven in every respect like thai of thf first sice of bags. Sue 2*o. 3, (31 tot-lies in length and 38 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvas weighing 10 ounce* to the yard of 92 iuchcs width' aud tb ? doth to be worm as above described ' The canvass hags o;' sizes Noa. 1 and 9 are to be made with a sufficient number of eyelet holes, and provided with strong cord to secure their mouths. & i*!? * be well and distinctly marked "17. S. 5s%"u,nbCTrt MCOrti',?10 <?? ????? fliu JrOra"? t-'<inv*,r Foveas, is !&k? "T- a""? "? B?ac No. 3. 36 do do 42 S ' ^1?* m?* 4*X do ,l0 ? do Size No. & 96 do do 28 So The body of the leather pouches ia to be made of inf for Nog. 1 and 2 hot lew than 8 ounc??, and uw ^.,B* leT, "J*** not ,eaB than 7 ounces to the sq. f1? the bottom and flap to be of good tkirlin* I"5?' W'tanned, and tue same to be well aiui ^.CUred wi,h 1,1,5 be*1 iron "ve ?? well canva*? Pouches are to be made of densely woven canvass, sa as to resist water or at teast equal to that of which the pouches now in the service are made. lAOlktr and Canvass Horse-mail Bags, (in saddle bags form.) / L Bod? 48 ,nchea lon*> u"1 49 inches in cirenrnfuence at the widest pans ; ends or bottom* of s me, 14 by 96 incites Size No. 9. Bodv 44 inches long, and 36 inches in cirewnlerence at the widest parts ; ends or bottom? of same, 19 by 24 inches Size No. 3. Bojy 4U inches long, and 32 inches m circumference at the widest paru; ends or bottoms of mum 10 by 30 inches The Mather horse mail bags are to he made of g*od and substantial hag leather, well tanned, and weighing not less than ? ounces to the square foot and the seams to be well and strongly sewed ; or, if nvetted, to be so donn as not to. chafe the horse :?r rtd^r. The cafrvaw horse mail bags are to be made of the Me quality oi fabric a? the pouches above il*# scribed. Canvass and Leather Drop-letter Pouches, (with side pookets.) Size Na 4. 30 in. in length,and 36 ia circumference Size No. 5. 26 do do 28 do Canvass Newspaper Mud Ba*?. Size No. 1, (48 inches in length and 62 snches in circumference,) to b< made of cotton canvas*, weighing at least 15 ounces to the yard of 99 incl??? width ; the yarn of tbe fabne to be doubled and twisted ani( five f(|d, and the ha? to bj: so constructed aMo bijoqked. aTid to have a handle at eacti end. ^^e No. 2, (41 inches long and 49 inches in cir cumference,) to be of the same material and man ner of construction wirh size No. 1. Prop, *als for .improvements in the construction of any ot tlie above-desenbed mad hags, or in the ma terials thereof, are invitej ; and the relative va!u and adaptation to the service as well as price of such improvement will be considered in determin ing the lowest and b.*st bidder. No proposals will be considered if not accom panied with samples of each article bid lor, showing the constnictJMi^jnality of materials, and workman snip proposed, and also with evidence of the com petency and ability of the bidder to execute the work according to contract. The specimens must he delivered at the Deter ment on or before the V3d day of April neit.and will in connexion *a pm;*MaJa fufm basis of the contracts. Specioras deposited by bidders Which may with saf. ty end ceurenieoce be used in the mail service will be paid for at the rates pro posed by them. * A decision on the bids will kc made on or before the m>t dav of .May net, and the bidder or bidders chosen will he required to enter into contract on or be/ore the 15th day of Jens Ben, wilh bond and sufficient sureties lor a flJihtal reffor*aa%c- of the obluntions as entered rtSa. An the articles contracted for are lo b? delivered at the contrae?r's crpmfe, at R.wton. Masnacliu y,wr^.a,ui N- V.; Philadelphia and lituhursh. Pa.; Balumorr, Md.: Waahin^oo, O. C.; Charleston S.r.; Auntst^Ga.; MouicDuierv ville, Ky.; tuicinnati, Ohio; ana ?!. Louis, Mo., in su"h qnanuties and at such times as the Depart ment may reqnirr ; and they are to be rigidly in spected before delivery, and none are to be received which shall be inferior to the spcciincm or stand ard l>*|?S. To enable bidders lo estimate the number of the duiercut kinds oi mail bags which will probably be required, tlir y are informed that there were fur nished tor the use ot the Department, during tlic year which ended 30 h June last. 2 135 leather pouehev; 3.978 canvas* ponches; 150 leather hor^ inail bags; U)o canvass horse mail bags : and 17.110 cai.v-Lsa mail bars. ' T\te proposal* should be endorsed " PropotaU for Mail and bt addressed to the " l'oUma>tcr JAMES CAMPBELL, jan 15?law!2w Postmaster General. OB. ? 0 E S I ' s CNVIG0RATLNG CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. XJIALTQ RBSTOIilD AND LIFI XX LBNOTDMNKD, by DR- Momsira iNviaoaATma H 0* 00K1>UL.-At first tbe proper tie* attributed t) Pro;. M0E?h*8 INYfQon At i ?Jn ^'5?0acosdi-'t'Sild44i?" h2 public often dscsirsd, believe tbe air, pie and sublime truths hanounced br ths dlsoovexei ? faCta *tUmUd b7 witi-esie.-'of the highest ciaaa and character, are cow tiintaph doubta. I-VCliiDULITT IB OVhU lint?7l i * mM8 ?f tteaaocJwU:h Is perfectly The lluxri rs-Lsdits, in all caaor, the daploraole eriu arUnafroia ?u.jmsor abuse of tbs various organs wh;ch make up the ?vond'/ful machine ea'W eflStt. It reatorea to rual Vigor erery delicate rrno tien eonnact?d with that myalarlcus ccmpouS agoncy of matte; ?ud mind, neoeosary to the rs-rrs d*avm?} hiiuian lift. To persens of feeble miucu lar frame, or defiant In vital power, tt is reo->m mended as th? only means of eommunleatine that to the proper enjoyixient ?Ppet'-^8- ae well aa the higher mental attribute*. Ice beneficial effects are not con .f ^ h?ehle obi, the allln* wife, the listless, ernevated youtSPfehe l^Z0tUJ?*a ?L victim ef nervous !?. praseion^ the individual suffering from gener?.l de> oility, or from tbe v* iknoss of a sinrle eraan will ose of this in;omparaoie renovator. To \.he have a predtopoaltk,,. to paraijaia it will prove a plst's and un&iling safeguard against that terri ble malady. There are many, perhaps, who have so trifled with their constitutions, that thev think themselves beyond the reach of medicine. Let not even these despair. This Euilr deals with dlaeaM as It azistb, without ref; rence to oauses, and will ndt i.nly remove the dlsorv ?r itself, but BBBU1LD THB BHOXKN OONSTlTUTlOir. The derangements of the sjiters, leading to n;r 1MB dicaases, ?ud tue fr>rms of nervous dlseaso it aei( are so numaxctu that it would require a ooluxcn lo enumerate the maladie. for which this prepara* ration is a specific. A few, however, may be enuiae latel, vis: neuralgia, tic lolereauz,ln^iache.Incip ient paralysis, hysteria, e&lpitadon of the heart. Bpi nal affections, muscular debility, tremors, flatul-?;?, a pricking sensation in the flesh, numbness, tnrpii ity otth- liver, mental depresska, weahnees of 'be will, ladlapovltion u move, faintnes* after ezcr^i'e, broken *Uep an i terrifying dreams, inability to i? main in oae plaee r r position, weahners of the pro* creative organs, aezual Insompeteacy, laeLuvoii^Iy, monomania, fluor aibus, * nking at the stomach, f> male irTegularitiea, a chronic tendency to saierar riage, emaciation, and all ooihplaints growing out yt a free indulgence of the passions, and all barrenness that does not proceed from organic causes beyond the reach of medicine. tfce organs to be aeted upon are free from malformation or stzletnral diseases It is averred that MORA 1*8 INYIQORATING ILLX1R will replace weakness with strength, incapacity with efldency, taragularity with noiform and natural ac tivity, and this not enly i^flmut haaard of reaction, but with a happy eflaot on the general organisation. 49*B?ar in mind that an maladies, wherever they begin, finish with the nm iaas system, and that the paraUaathm of thonervea or motion and sensation is physical death. Bear la mind also, that fbr every kind of nervous liseeei the Rlixsr Cordial U this only reUahls preparation known. CAUYIOB. Dm. Monas'a l^vtoonanao Coamaa vias been com tarfeitod by seme unprincipled persons. In future, all the genuine Co. dial will have the sroprietDr's tec ^mlie pasted over the eork of each bottle, and the folioeing words blown in the giaee Or*f ??mo*n Inviforatlii Cordial, C. 0. RIBG, Proprietor, M.V. 99" The Oerdial Is pnt ap highly concentrated, in flnt bottles. Priea,-?$3 per bottle: two for $i; six for $12. 0. H. RING, Proprietor, 193 Breadony, Sew York. United Btatrs, AGEfTT. " b GIL HAH I* gatnmnnni B. g. ranch. [So. 630] mtm. I ?"? ???? ?<f?u luaii a uuu11j saia win aa ?*?. ?** ?? .n u2 SUta? odd?* B?3Uo,? of land bearing ? ??JT ' within fix Bilw on tick tide at tha r f iW* U AKD 0,10 w? *Ait*0*a, In tbs dlubU mWrni,"1* "'J Ml&JIS9f*M. ?utg*>t to ths ??ubl? mln'mum of two dollar* and flftw eantl Pff,,*?'*' " Pr' *ded by the met ct SOth ftirte?brr th^tS from graiaatian ae to prfae by K V^ '15"- which were alvertlsej it^daSr^ MV. 4W- b*r <Xw? n.tVi.*?J' ? ? bot wit*. ^ n frr?her not.c j tor the pr^owd railroad 4^Tb^n-?T ? b* P?Mie nrtlee Mo. ?*, bearing data 10ih August, 1853; and tha tame te pr>at? entry at tbe dite of?>?id withdrawal, w?r? continently not restored to mar SiftESS ?"tf No *?> dated 6tb Sept?abrr, towi't ? undermentioned townships, Aorth of the bau line and rati of the Choctaw rneri dian. Townships/our, of ran** thi ton ^Tcwnahip. three, four Jvc, and tw, of rang, four ,hrw? fcur, fir;, si* and icoen, of rang* flfcon ' ?ixf^>,h,r' <*? M>d seven,ofran;e ^Towmhipt <k, tix, and term, of range seven Townshlp teim, of range eighteen. ffirr that aU tha land* sit foutside of tt^A0Mgiiimxte ou each aide of U?e abOTe road wi JWrtwn and not siao~ res* red to priva.e ?ntry aaabora state 1, which will ha sab jeec to entry at one dollar and twenty-five esutaJ. Su?V'?X ("lor4Ct?^ settlement aad pre em?* ,?* Prio*" D"? Mbed by the graduation act anl LdUrfki,t' i W4wia th" fmlJwin*n?med dietricte and townships in the States of Miss wippi and Ala bama, wLl be snbjt-ct to entry and loettioa on and after Monday the nineteenth Jay of March next, to wit: ' 11 Sioflands subject to sale at Aug lit a, Horth of Ou bau line and east if the Choctaw meri dian. ^Townships three, foyrjpe, ,jx and ssven, of rang* .SIS.1^ /our- ?'?? * ?**. <?< lburUanhlpS thTr'>f?urJtv'.sis, "d ?even, of range Townah'.p seven, ofranjje fiteen Townships three, four, and doe, of range sixteen i ownehip?! three, four, fee, six, and tmn, of rang^ seventeen Ur<*? f"ur> M*. ?>*, te?l af range eighteen. ,,in?tbl' d"tricl ct Mbjfct lo tale at Dxmopo ut, Alabama : Aort'i oj th: baa lin:ar.l wM 0f the principil nte ridian. Town?hlpa thirteen, 'oarteen, fifteen, sixtoen and sevenfeen, of ran/e two aZ2?h& tbir'??Q' four;ecn? fi-tfco. tixlten and ter+nteen, of raoge thr*e 'lp* th,rtwkn- fourtswi,ffUen, tixte-n anil MT0DUWQ, of tao^e feur Townshipa thirteen and fourteen, of range five. Jjf, t0T^,h[P8 ,d?Bl?n*ted in r jman ie tera are Wholly within tha luniU of aix and fifWn milei; re apeetivaly on aaeh ?ldaof aald road, and th^a in Uahct are partly wi.hin a-M limiu, as deaifmat^l on the diagrams which will be furniahed to the re yectire dutrict offlcai? by the Cominifaioner of the General Land <Jflioe. The landa will be soi l, tulject(o the ripht ?f uwy granted by the act ot 20th 6*ptem-*T, I8i0, to tl e ^tates a foresaid far aaid railroaJ. not .needing one hundred f,tl on each aide thereof, and therefore the pa! tk-ular .ract* of lan i which include the road will be a .Id ?;m eonta:ning the quantities r nactirilT shown by the offlj ai plats. f public Pale in ?. ?r la which *^%y Me advertised; the sa'e will be fcept rpen fir a efficient Urns to admit of offering all the lands, but not exceeling two w*t<kr and app'icationp to make private entries of the landa offered at pualic aala undrr this prrrlamation will not be r?- eired uatil tfcer the cicsa of the two WW &0a " CMren under my hanJ. at th*%city of Washington, hiatevun-h dav cf February. Anno D-iniai one then and eight hundred and flfty f.v*. D fk D 4 fkankun nsRcis. Py the President: Jons WiL'O.t, Coaia'ssioaer Qaceral Land Uffias. HOTrCK TO PRK KMPTION CLAIHAXSS. i?lK.r.i^%a?a0f approved 31 ot March, lU^entitlel "An act to rxtend pre emption rights to oertlin aettler* tharein m-ntionai," the pre emp tioi la^B ware ex-ende'lrver the abora mentioi,ed alternate odd nun;bend *ctL as within six miles en each side of the route of the road, whpre the aettle meat and improTemor.t were made prior t> tb<? da'e ofaH.tmen', if proven up abd pai,; f.r ai the ]?te o. twotfollaM and fifty <wnt? pir acre, before the day fited for the public sale; and by th<? ;u-? *r> proved Mth March. 1S64, enUtiaJ >aJ It -or'the re.ief of wttlera on lands reaerred for ra'ln*d pur poses, p^r?ona who aottled acd imprrrred the above named <?cUon< prior t?? the date of withdrawal will be entitled to preempt ioaa attheordinary mioiiaum price of the pub.w landa, or at the r?te of cne dollar ^,d, t^nty fire cnU per acre, if proven ?p and paid for bef-re the day flx-dfor ihe pub'ic ??a!e-? Therefore, < rery person entitled to the iig> t of pre empttcn in any of the alternate odd nnmbered eel toas a!>ove mentione?, wl hla s:i miles of the rout3 of the road, und?r the act of 8d March, 1?3, above refi?ire?l to, on Fottl^ments mtie prior to th* 4th of February, 1H63, (the date of a'lo'ment) cr under 'be r^f Vlh 18 W- on ^tlemeu J made pri5; to the data cf the original wi hdrawal of the lands from market, line wis# every person entitJad to nr? ?mption under tbe act 27th March, 1864 in Snv ot the outside o/the tix mile limits dirosUd to be restored to en.ry on the 17th day of Marrh next is required to esubiml. the same to tbe aati^,ction *nd receiver of the proper Jaad offlc?, and make payment therefor at the prici Bx-d bv \'rtSf1hu/racticaJ^ ???? swing this notice, and be Pi re the d.y appwnUd for the pnbl c ?a!e tr restoration to market of the lands embracing the traot claimwj; otherwise such rltin will be forfeited ? . . JOHN WILSON, feb 10 ?lawl jlr" 8 of Je,lerml Und OAoe. Rev. j?)hn lanahan, pastor of the EXETER STREET, *f. E. CHURCH?A strong desire to benefit tbe afflicted induces linn thus to certify. VVe ciialienge any other medicine to present such a mass of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our ow n wed-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON CU1TIS, RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, &c. Haltimork, January 24tli, 1855. Mum. Mortimer if Moubray : I take pleasure in aa>ing to you that I have used your "Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. From a serious t-iroat affection, my general health |"had become very much impaired, when I com menced to use '? Hampton's Tincture." I found iu effects iiuou my general health most salutary.? My nervnu#*ystem and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. I havs several times recommended it to my friend*, and in every case, as far as I have been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, Job* Lanaiian, Pastor Of Exeter st., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OF THE LUNGS. RALiien, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. Mcurt. Mortimer 4' Mowbray: I do here y certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and had four attacks of it I w.ts advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture 1 procured one bottle, and after taking which, I was satisfied that I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good litalth us ever I did in iny life. I can, and do,with out the lea^t hesitation, recommend the Tincture to alt persons afflicted in my way. Yours, Gko. W. Wkaklkt* CURE FITS?READ! More to the Sick than GoU.?From one of the mod respectable Druggists in South Caroliua. Charleston, 8. C. Sept. 21,1853. Messrs. Mortixkr Ai Mowirav:?The salP ?f your liamptun's Vegetable Tinctnre is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommends this valua >le medicine to the afflicted. Several of our planters have tried it in different cases with aston ishing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It has been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure hai been performed on a negro bo?, suffering from Fit*. I will furnish >ou with a number of certificates if you wish them I am, gentlemen yours, \V. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and sea cures of Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys pepsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As ? female mediciae or for delicatc children we believe it um-quidled. Sold by MORTIMER ?i MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 3i)4 Broadway, N. York Chab. SroTT k Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Ci.arke, Clarke k Bowus?, W. Elliot, and H. MtPiier soit, Washington; also, by R. S. F. Ct sel, George town; and C. C. Uerry, Alexandria, aad by Drug gists everywhere. feb 21?tr T. H. PHILLIPS' 00ACH FACTORY. 4TT Eighth st, adjoin!ag Raiasy's Livery BtablM OWING to the ineraaand trsds which a generous publle has bestowed upon me, 1 have bee* com pell ed to erect ? acw and larger building for the carrying on of my business, llere I shall be en abled to execute all orders entrusted t* m? wHh greater facilities and dispatch, aad I woald resjKCt nily solicit a continuance of the publics petsonsge. Carriages aad Wagcna, of tha most moAsvn style, ballt of (he beet materials, and warranted te give satisfaction, uepalr* ol every lassription punctually attended t?. For sale, cheap, ? Moond-hand Clarsnce Carriage, CeeM-TT TBAVtXOm IlKkCIOK*. Latbam'< libs or uuuikm will le-ve Alexandria at 4,7V, md 9K am, 1^4 and 3Jtf p m. wuj 1eeve Waahingion at 6, If. and 19 a n.,3* ib<7 pm. Ictuctt be secured at tfca Office, PeirlWi at, sod Newton1! Me Minn House ; la Wast [lull's Segar Sear* aad Kirk wood Howe. This Line run* regularly winter and* Che accommodation of the Public. Passengers called tor and taken tr their residences if not too ffcr. FARB?Far the first trip up and last trip down, 50 cents; ail other regular trips 35 cent*. Trunks extra. LATHAM fc COOK. Jang?tf CROHWBLLD BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN ^ new YORK W' BALTIMORE k BOSTON, ILL dispatch a Steamer daily from Baltimore . . and NewYork, and twice a week from Boeton o Baltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line afford* unequalled facilities to the bud lew men of the District of Columbia. The Agents it either point will receive freight and give a through nil of lading to Washington at the lowest rates ot rreight and no commission* charged. Applications or freight promptly attended to by the following igents: A. l>. HALL, 58 Exchange Place, Baltimore. 11. B CROMWELL. Corner Washington and Albany sts., N. Y. JNO. W. 8CHANK, jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf, Boston. "for the west and south. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAlhROAD. IMPROVED AX RAN 3 KM BITTS FOB TRAVEL! IMPORTANT CUA SOMS OFSVHKDVDM! / F>Xt [KBHCI The late completion of the e6gl8fly*5pBj*ntral Ohio Railroad between Wheeling and Columbus, uniting, as it does, by io ibort add direst a line, tbe Baltimore and Ohio RaDr ad with all portions of the West (and North sad Southwest,) gives this mute greatly increased kdvantagss to through travelers In that direction. On and afer MONDAY, November 27, 1864, the tjains will be run as follows: FOR THROUGH PASSENGRR3. Two fast trains daily will run in each direction First?The MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station it 7 a. m., instead ot 8 o'clock as heretofore, (except on Sunday.) and arriving at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m. Second?The RXPRB88 TRAIN, leaving at 5 p. m , instead of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, aad running through to Whee'lng In about 17 bcurs, reaching there at 10 25 a. m. This train will ?U>p st Wash ington Junction, Sykefiville, Monocacy, nsrper'g F?rrv, Martinsburg, Sir John's Run, Cumberland, Piedmont, Rowlesburg, Newburg, Fetter man, F?rm ingten, Cameron end Moundsrltte only, for wood and water and meals. Both tkeee trains make prompt aad regular connection with th* ears ot the CenfrAl Ohio Road for Cambridge, Zanr sville, New ark, Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville, Da} ton, P&ndufiky, Toled"*, Letroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, St Loaia,etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by the Mail Tri'n; will reach Cincinnati for dinner next lay, while by the Kzpress Train thsy arrive there st 12 the next nighty being kept but one night on the route by eith*r train. Pas3%ngers for tbe Northwest via Cleveland and all Intermediate points can mnke a direct connec tion with > he trains upon the Qieveland and Pitts burg Railrord at all times when the Ohio is naviga dIs for steamers between Wheeling and Wellaville, by leaving Baltimore In the Mail Train at 7 a. m. Returning, tbe Trains leave Wheeling as follows: The EXPRESS TRAIN at 4 30 p. m., reaching Bal timore at 0.60 a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.46 p. m. reaching Baltimore at 7 p. m ?^-Through tickets by beat from Wheeling for' Oloci inati, Madison, Louisville, St. Lcuis and other River Cities, *111 be sold at a 1 times when the stage of water will admit. Jfjjr Through tickets between Baltimore and Wa*Qlntr:on, aod all the important cities and towns In the Wesk, are sold at the Ticket Off ces of the Company. FOR WAY PA88EN1ERS. THE MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden 8tatioa will take passengers for all the usual stopping places on the Road Returning, this train leaves Wheeling at 11.46 midnight, Cumberland at 10.16 a. m., ant arrives at Baltimore at 7 p. m. THE FRsiDKUWK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, forYrederiok and icUrmediate places, will siart at { 4 p. m., daily (except Sundays) arriving in Freder ic* at 7.40 Returning will leave Frederick at 9 a. m , a-riving Baltimore at 12 30, noon TI1K KLLICrrra MILLS accommodation will be run daily, (except Sundays,) as follows: L-ave Caindrn 8uticn at 6 a. m. and 8 p. n. Lea re KU'eott's Mills at 7.30 a. m. and 6.30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: I SAVE daily, exoept Sunday, at C s.nd 8# a. m. J aod 3 and 6 pm. On Sunday at 6 a m and 6 pm. Leave Bsitimcie ut 4}<? -nd 9am; and ft and 8 p m. On Sunday at 4# a in and 5 p m. The connections with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad for ike Wet-t are by trains tearing at 6 a m and 3 pm. Vor Philadelphia and Nerr York at 0, ami IJ^am and 6 pm. For Annapolis at 8^ a m an d 6 p ci. For Nor.olk at 8 p m. T. H. PARSONS, Agent Partlcu'ar attention is called to tbe Rnle requir ing a responsible voucher for any person ef color who m?y wl-h to pass ov;r the road. dec 18-?dtf 0&AXGK AMD ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and after Tuesday,^Nov. 7, lk~, TILS Cars leave Alexandria daily for Gordons viile and intermediate stations at o'clock, a. m., on the arrival of the boat from Washlngtor, giving ample time for breakfast on board. Cor nesting at Manasots J uncti ? n with a train for Stras bnrg, at Warren ton J a ction with t train for War renton, and at Gordonsville with the trains on the Vir^iuia Central Railroad for lii^hmond, Charlottes ville, duJ Staunton. The cars ieave Gordonsville daily for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at before 12, a. in., on the arrival of the trains ot the Virginia Central rail road from Richmond, ChHrlotf^rllla, and Staunton. THROUGH TICKETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton $2 00 " ** Gordonsville ?????????e??? 3 60 M ? Charlottesville 4 26 " "44 Staunton 6 00 " " Strasburg 3 60 M " Lynchburg....- ? 6 76 44 44 Winchester. ? 3 60 " 44 Luray 4 26 44 ? New Market -6 00 44 44 Middleburg 2 26 For Lynchburg, connecting with the ftages at Charlottesville, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days For Luray and New Market, connecting with the s ages at Culpeper, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat urday. For Winchester daily, connecting with the stages at Pied.uont For Middleburg daily, connecting with the etagee at the Plains. Per order: W. B. BROCEETT, Agent. nov 7?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. ? On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. OUdi?Fiir? round trip $1 ; from Alex andria 76 eents?The THOMAS COLLYKR leaves Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 9% o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at o'cik. Coach fore 10 eents. Hereon* wiahiug the Couches Till leave their resi de ice with Geo. A Tbos. Parker. Refreshment* on the boat. 0;t 28?dtf^ SAM'L GEDN1Y. Capt TIIE MEW YORK SL LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS? THE 8HIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE ARB TIME ATLANTIC, Cept. West * PACIFIC, OapL Nye, BALTIC, Capt. Cemstork, ADRIATIC, Capt. Qralton. Theee ships have been built by contract, express ly for Government service; every care has bean taken in their construotion, as in the Engines to insare strength and speed, and their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for eleganoe and comfort. Prire of passage from New York to Liverpool, in first cabin ....$190 Second Cabin 70 Exclusive use of extra sise state rooms 300 From Liverpool to New York 130 and ?2Qt An experienced surgeon attached to each .hip. No berth can be secured until paid for. For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS k 00., 68 Wall street, Nan York. BROWN, SHIPLEY k CO., Liverpool. E. G. ROBERTS k CO., 13 King's Arsis Yard, London. JOHN MUNROE k 00, 91 Ens Notre Dame dee Vletolrea, Paris. GBO. H. DRAPER, Havre. The owners of tbe*e ships will mot be accountable for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, precious itooes or metals, unless hills ef lading are signed therefor^ and the value thereof therein expressed. LA NOUYELLE HELOISE, edition illustree par Johannot, Baron, etc., in pamphlet?price SO eents, Les Confessions de Rousseau, in pamphlet, with many illustrations, 50 cents Physiologic du Gout, par Brillat Savarin, in pam phlet, with many illustrations, price 50 cents. Imported from Puis by ftb 17 FRANK TAYLOR, m: \ iso. m ITOTICK or EXITOAATIOI [ And Withdrawal of etrtain Lands in tho Cairo and Fulton Railroad Grant in Hu ll miBT OTTVN. that la eonaa of Om r?rnMUtl?M of pert of the tha ttaU ia _ of a ut?y ahup la tho aappoard roate ot the Ooiro tad V niton railroad la aaid auto, btmofon M?rf in withdrawing landa from aukit for tho front to said rood and on their leqoaat that cer tain of aoM landa abonld bo relaaaed, and others snbsdtntad lo lien thereof, conformably to Mid ??willad roVa vMah ta direct tad aihuH eon*ld> ?rahly tooth ot tho oil roato; lha PnUdoat, by b<o ortkr bearing dote tho lat ftbrauy tnataat, hat directed that Mm laud a aitnatad la the tanthl^i hereinafter Maamttd, which wars withdrawn from market by hia ordar of tho ISth of May, la53, and their reservation continued by pnbl.e no'.Le Ho 497, bearing date 23d iinutry, 1IM, for the Qa Ire tad Fulton railroad grai.t la the State cf Mia aourl, ahatl be raatorad to market, and that ocrtaiu other ltnda tit a* ted la town^bipa nan d ba ow (Including a portion of tha old < ruiaal tcaervatfon) aitnated within tho pro La la limits of tha grant ac cording to tha rontaof aaid road aa aatnd d ?hail ba aub<titutad and re erred from Mia or oatry ipr ? emption claims not exoept?d) until far her aotkr. Therefore, all tbo vacant Ian la lul^Kt to sela at Mjagouax, wti h me-e .<bty*et to private entry at the date ot withdrawal, and which have aotainee b en preempt d 1b tha following town* (hipa, w.ll again bo anbieet ti privaie entry oa and afcar tho ninelrtnth day qf March a?M, to wit: Iforth of tht bate lm* and east a/ Uujtfth principal meridian. Townahipa 11,?, tS 2l, 26, and 26, of rang- 8 Towna trips ?2, tt, 24, 25, 28, 27, and 28, cfrnnge Tow nab I pa 22, 22, 24,2J, 26, 27, ?, 29, and 20, of Townshipa 26, 26, 27, 22, 29, 80, aad 81, of range 0 Townahipa 28, 23, 27, 28 , 29, 30, 81, and 32, of rnag?7f ? Townahipa 2ft, 27, M, 89, 30, 81, 32, nod 33, of <(t Towaahipa 2?, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 82, and 38, cf ran ire 9. j Towaahipo 27, 28, 29, 30, 3', 82, aad 33, of ran ge Township* 2?, 29, 30 31, 32, and 33. of rang-11 Townships 28, 29 80. 8t, 32, and 33, of range 1? Tjwnahipa 29, 80, 81, 32, a?d 33. of rang' '3 Town At pa 2V 30, 81, 32, and 34, ot range 11 Townrhipa 29, 81, and 32, ot range 1ft _ A .. ALSO, tltT.** ^ laoda airuacad in tLe bams iwraier within tha following named towoihlpe will ba re *frr*1fTom 'olatr entiv (net rxeipti .< prernip ilona) for the purpoae alove ip?oifird until htrihar orders, via: North of tht bate line and eatt of (he fifth principal iRTidian Townahipa 22*, 2V?, ?u . Si* ofraag. 6 Township* 2a*, 23* and 24*. of range 7 Townahipa 21? 2>. 23* 24*. aat 25*. of range 8 Townahipa 20, 2i, 22. 23, 24, and 25', of range 9 ioTowa?hip?20,21, 22,21, 24, 25, aad 20?, of raota jjTownahlpa 21, 22, 23 24 25, 2d, aad 27* cf rarge ^Towmhlpa 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, 26, aad 27-, o" To?nrhlps 22, 23, 24, 25, 26*, 27?, and 28* of ran;,-* Townahipa 22, 23, 24, 26*, 20?, ?:?, anl 28*, ot rang* 14 ' ' ^Townahipa 28, 24*, 2t*. S6*,27*, and 28*, of ran^e jgTownahlpa 23, 24* 25*, 26*. 27* and 28*, af rango Townahipa 24*. 25*, 2G*,27*, and 28*, cf range 17 Towaablpa 2?* 26*, VG*, .Ed 17*, of range 18 All the town?hipa marked thua * ware included n the original raaarvattcu ofl?5T Preemption claimanta entitled to aor of tie abure mentioned landa to bo reaxrvd to markat on the nineteenth day t f March next on settlements al i read? nude, cr which raaj hereafier ba m*<ie, and alM> thote claiming within any of the abjva :owo anips withdrawn or con inued to b? raaerred cn?t tlementa made p lor to the date uf the prefeat withdrawal will make prcof and pay for the tm*. at the fries fixed by 14w, within tw. hm nth* St tar the date of the r reipectivj aattlem nt?; other wise their cJa:ma will be forfeited. i that pre-tiiip'icn c!aiaanta to lands within the townsbips to be rest ire J to pr;v?ta entrjfihouli |i?f notice cf th^ir cliinu nn<l ?]? the pro:fs with tha Ian I officer* before the day arp ili t ?d for the restoration ot tha Knda, ao a< to pVoVct their claima ft m private entry-cn a*?d af:er thit day, and preaant muob difficulty and d* I ly. ?K2lwv,U?d"?o ^ad? 4t dtT?f ^"hiagtra, tniarxth day of 1*tbruirj, Anno Domini one thou sand, eight bond ed and fl ty fire. By order of the rresident: JOHN WILfON, , v Q . Commit doner of Orn^ral Land Office feb ti-lawtiw PBNRHTK A^p IRON MANTtLS?May be ae^n a be-iutifu: assjitmaut of theas ch'ap and cSu rabla article*, at theo-vrn?rof Pencajlvania areaae and Tanth atra-t, orer tie Wtahlofton Eavingi , RALPH QASKIX&, an? 14?ect* PIANOS!?PIANOS! WE beg leave lo call the attention of tho public to our stock of 1'ianos now on hand, consisting of superb finite J 0J4 and 6 ??ctave ro^wood cane in-fW^TWT rtruni. nto from the world renowned / "WW? manufactories of II diet, Davis k Co., Boston, and Krvabe, (>H>-hle a Co., Baltimore, comprising in all thP lar^vsit, motft reliable and select assortment erer offered in this city. AJao, 8toola. Covers. &C. Old Pianos taken in exchange. Wc will make reasonable ilUcounts for cash or sell on time. JOHN F. ELLIS, ' No. 306 Pa. avenue, near Tenth stre' t. jan 31 < TIIE ART UNION OF LONDON. ~ TtK.hAN F0R THE CURRENT YEJIR. ' * J.'ft ?? now open, and etcry ?u!?cnbcr of $5.50 will be ent: tied to? I. An impreae.oa ol a Plate, by J. T. H'ill wore, A. 1L A., from the original picture by J. J. Cha lon, R. A., "A Water Party." II. A Volume containing thirty Wood Engraves illustrating subjects from Lord Byron's Wem of '? Child*; Harolde." And IiL The chance of obtaining one af the prizes- to be allotted at the general meeting iu April, which will include? The right to select for himeeif a valuable work M art from one of the public exhibitions. ?iatuit**s in bronze of her Majesty on Horseback, by T. Tl?..r ueycroft. Copies in bronze, from an original Model in relief by R. Jefferson, of - The Entry ol the Lhike of VV eilmgion into Madrid BtaiuUea in porccJam w ~ . v. .?\ w in WiiUII or Parian, proof Impressions of a large Litho, rauh, byT. H. Maguire, after the original picture by W P. Frith, R. A^ ?? The Three B< wafrom Mo here's " Bourgeois Genbllmmme." Honorary Secretaries for Waahington. Messrs TAVLOR h. MAURY, Booksellers. jan 24 PROPOSALS FOR FUa*ISHIHG PAPER FOB THE PUBLIC PRIHrUVO. OrrtCK Scpkuntcni>knt Puauc PaiirriMa, Washington, January 26, l^w. "N nurauance of the provisions of Uic act entitled _ "An act to provide for executing the pu lie' printing," fcc.. approved August iJ6, 1852, sealed proposaia will be received a? this office, in the Cap itol, until Wednesday, the 28th day of March next at 12 o'clock m., for furnishing the following qoan' titles and deacriptions of writing paper, to wit: 8,500 reams, weighing 28 pounds par ream, aud mea suring 19 by 2G inches 3,l0d reams, weighiiA26 pounds perreain, and mea suring 18 by 25 inches 100 reams, weu{tiin|24 pounds per ream, and mea suring 18 by 22 inchea 340 reams, weighing 22 piundt jn-r ream, and in^a suring 18 by 18 tuche 400 reams weighing 12 |??undsper ream, and mca suring 12 by lb inches All thwe papers to be made of the be>t materials and finished in the best manner and tree from adul teration A contract will be entered into for sun plying the *aantiues stated, at such times aa th* public service may require, but the privilege is re served o. ordering a greater quantity of either kind should a greater quanuty be required, at such times' and ia such quanuties as may be deemed aevessary. ??\|eaii kmd ?f. musl aocoiupa;iy each bid, and all proposals aud samnles mu.t 1^ .o U.i. Olfcerrr^of Bach propoaal must be sicned by the individual or fl m making it, and most specify the wice ner pound, and the consequent price per ream iand buf ooe price) ol each description of paper All the paper must be delivered at such Hace or places aa may be d?mgnated in Waalnnaton citv iu good oruer, Iree ol ail aud every extra charge or ex pense, and subject to the inspection, count weishi ??St office'to win be furnished at Una be takeif^nio ? thnw ; and none will c.Mf r: uu" denee w wriui such ev*-' a ' A. O. SEAMAN, jan SO?eot7eri,,U',l<leI11 ?f Prinljn? K'.SU WAi-"- ?r s? Po,ta? u? Miaa Emma J. Brown Mtii SSSt^90^'' PUWi>^ wd for aale at the S> 1*^ 3Mus k HITZ. fMMddfHw km hi ?s?mini% AT PHILADELPHIA. TOBI V. WIDKHi D^ier(a HlM^tla J former eM wOMWfc?1 Wins On efJACOJ Ibidem. Jr, ??. ti *w-vjij*rjmn a* I^JwnrtWrwt, JACOB IIIDER, Jr.lmt for k |B pomtiMof foreign wiytx,om<? Menwo. lit ttreet, Philadelphia, ?b?# be la pr > orders lor the iptdai Importation i ? viHow biMM ta Europe. Is qai Iriift* aom u4 nvtrti; n< hr hi Joa, JOHN VACOHAN 3KIDU, tbe y>i Msgi of Ma citklf end loMB?r rwtoBm V All Wlaee ordered ft r Washington will be Ae llrerad by Expreea/rrt cf freight. > I?ly tee on tbe] lea,BKnr POCTOE TOURIKLf. TBI POCKET JC9CULAPIU8: OB, BTIKT OM HIS OWN PHYCMHAH. The FUtttb KdJtton,w:th On* hundred Ex^ravlnpe ?bovine Pteeaerg and Mtl of tb* Bum in everv iksM tad 1% which la ailed a I 94 >ftbe U | oot importance'to p?op'?, or <haee onatMa plating r ur-i?g.-. Bp WW. YCCNG, M. D. Lat BO (ktkM W to prf?wt o eo^y of the JM3ULA PIUS to bit ehllJ llMf mt? ao or married Ufa reudlig tbe POCKlrr dESCtTLAPICB. Let ae one severing from a hnrknied Oougb, Pols la the Mt, ita, oerrcue footings, end tbe wbolel , bo another aMMt, without JESCCLAPIDS. Have tba married, or tbooa to ba married uj lmpsUment, read this tri fbl book, as !t bu le?u the c uu oi m? lug ands of unfortunate rreatur.A from tba vary )ewa W Mb wait pereea Bending 7WKNTY-FTYB CENTS eaoloaed fn a 'attar, will reoaire ens copy of this work by bail, or Are copies vUl bo east for One Dot 'or. Addraac, (post paid) DR. W*. TPUV?, N?. It! Bpraoa atra t, PhlladelphlA. apis-iy iitiiiiii mtiiiaiuii. SJCAAAD P. tUTTM. tMM ?? n D. bM ITU * W?4 Manateetu*e? aad tT. Dealerein ALOOHOL, CAMPHENE, HU? RIAL OIL, At. No. SI 8. CALVERT KTHkbT, op podte Water street, BALTIMORE. Md. mar 21-1 y IHD1A1 OOCTOft. K Q bPENCE* Ofrr? fcl*- aai fVxx ta tba aW? of Bab ?ia- :?. J cau cua all kinds of Canoe re till them mt without pais, or tba dm of aoy kzJfc I om art all kin?i?. of Fit* and Spume, Rheumatic Paint, OnucaptioB, Prepay, Dji^epsla, TTea, Palry, or any otbar ailment tbe human arafly ara raid art ta Ba na rxp bMian Iron tba Longe or Koae. Mf llrtinw from tha i>atintt, by knowing tba f>?tt?ari name. I vu bora bUnd, and baa atadlad aararal yaara under an It.djan Dorter wbc waa aaoag tba vibi Indian* tbirtcaa yaonu DR. Fl'ENOKR ba> naond from Mr. Bacblof*a Bearding Bonaa, to Ho. 8A, HANOVER STREET. ang U? tf PaSttmora, Md. AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENS*. t,rr the met buk the iaCTa. CArru* HrwJ**ia.?Wberenr kimwo bi? trail mony will concUwive. But leat tlioar who do noi know ih? Captain ehnuld lx* acepti?-al, Dr. Daw son Si Bro.f with otiMtraoT I fie b*?t known and utoxt highly rth>pecubl? riutena of Roaton, rndorar bia wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TTNOTURR. Cabtom, (At. 4, IBM. Mettrs. Mortimer 4' Mowbray : Gent>iu?-n? I U-?-l it my dutr to >?hi and the pnb lie to^certify to the etl'-cu at flainplon'a \>gt-table Tii* I win for th n five v? ar? labonn* under a disease of Chronic Kheuinauan. and the great part of that time 1 waa mo bHpleaa tbat I had to be helped %>m mv hed and drexwrd in my cloihea I became redoced to a mere akelrton. All tbe med ictnea 1 took done me no good, and I continued to grow woree. I hearJ of Hampton'a Tincture and thought I would give u a tnat. At tbia time 1 did not expect to liv? one day af>er another. ( did not lake it (the Tinrturr) for the Rheumatism, but in a short time I wan well? f that diacnae. From the effects of your'I incture and the help of God I aut now getting in grad health. I wiidi all llie afflicted to try Hampton'* Wgetablo Tincture, as I have d ae, with the aoiue effect tbu it baa on Vonr obedient servant, Ibaac BasjAMiii. We are acquainted with I*aac Benjamia; wild him none of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and be neve the Abore atatement correct. Dawson h B*o. From onr knowledge of Capuin Benjamin we are confident u?at the above statement is true and un exagerated. J. A. Jonaaww, Charles Rmi?(oi. Cnll at;d get i?Km|>h!eU gratis, and aeeci'rcaoi Cough, Bronchitis, Ubcumalitm, \< ur..t*ia, Dvs pepnia, N'ervousne,^ and General VVe*kue^. Asm female medicine or for delicate children we b<-liere it uaequnfled. dold by MURTIMER k MOWBRAY, \ 10 BuiU more btreet, Baltimore; and 304 Broadwsv. N. York Cuas. Stott & Co., J. B. Moore, D B. Ci.aRke Clarke U. Bowlikw, W. Elliot, and H. McPbrr eon, Wa?hiugtou; ?l?o, by R. 3. F. Cissel, Georgu town, and C. C. 15nun, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. jan 8?tr OOUGDS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, Kullnf In Plva ?lautea. TTLEB S COMl'OCyD GUM ARABIC STRUT. T'HE inoreMing dsmand for this most plsaaaat, aaf ?. Aiii eS' a'luus remedy tor all pulm&nnry dlwases, haa enablei lbs proprietor t? redaoe tba price so a* to pU ? it witbia the reach of all elasoea. Its superiority ot?r SMt liailar preparations is at test tj? mfuy enisent pbys5oians wbo bare teen eye wit^erees cf it# eLlancr when the^sual reme dies hare fai ed; nleo by thousand of our mort ru> spec table ritiaens who kavs used it in tbeir 'ami ilea both as preventive and cure with nevar failing sac* oeae fir ths last twenty years, during whieb period With T>>ry little aid from advertising, A?^ it ba gradually rpread reputation over tbe whole Uaioa. In oases of recent Cbldt Cougkx, Hoarteneu, A, it , gl?ee immediate relief, end generally cures in e day or two, without interfering with diet or buetneaa, or rendering tbe system more eaaoeptible at OoMa, la 1 chronic caaea. Attkma. Wh^om-mn t m . wywmuai V chronic caaea, Atthnz, WKoop ng Cotmk, Bronchitu, AJfutiont of Uu Lumfii, and Ct (ton, it in always v?ry b nefidal. and aaldoi | when oonmencwd In time to perfect a cure. Price ii and tO rente a bottle. Sold wholaeale by Patterson A Nairn. 8tott A Oo , Eil?ely a Oo. Aiezandrla by Feel A Sterena. la Georgetown by Mr. QuaaL ?r- TYLAR S QUM ARABIC CANDt DROHt, % similar eomv?>aiUi<n to tbe above, but in a milder I anl u.r- pcitabl* form; they act like u charm on a troublesome Ooogb, and clear tbe throat and voice; tbt-j contain no injurious drug, are purtlen larly leoommended for cblldreu. frequeutera of pub lic aaseaciida, public speak-n. aingera, Ae. Pri~e lk>^ and is6 oents per box. tor ea'.e at moat Drug and Candy Storea. octlT?tf SOMETUING NEW. OPTWITK THR MARKET ON PKNNSYLVA NIA AVKNUE 4 dftors helow Ninth street, U a NEW CLOTHING STORE for Men and Boya, opeuwd this day. DECKER, rne ot the eb^pe^t Clctbiag Merchants in the Nortb. baa determine! to tfftr to tbe dtfxeni of Waabington and vicinity, his excellent Clttiungat tbe loveat Northern prioae, for cash only. There the POOR MAN will find just such a Clothing Store as baa lou? been wanted in Washington. His mottv is cheap foe oneb, nod on pricx oitit. A good aubetanttal w<olles coat be will aell lac $2 76; and heavy *ln>r punts, well lined, torfljfc and fine coats, overcoats, end voeta, In pre portion. Good wocl and cotton undershirts, Uo?ie.ry, glevea, Ae., ebeu; er than tbe cbeapeat. nov 11?tf 255 Looking Glfitev, 255 | AFail si tee and auality, Fieneb or German plate, I V/ Fancy or plum Portrait and Picture framsa, ! Gilt or Fancy Colored. Al-o, Gilt Room Moulding, Murbla top Bracked and lablea. Ooruic-t made to order. Alse, all kinds of old work ragilded ultb dlepateb anl on reasonable t rms by J. WAGNE3, 311 Pa. avenue, opp. Kirkuood Ueuaa. dec ?? tf ? FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOT* of 10 feet er more, la various parte ot tba City, and Georgetown, el leu prices, and terms to suit- LLOYD A 00. IDILDIIO ITOIK, For sale, deliverable at tbe Canal, or Wharves la Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD A 00. CHARLES HASKIMS, ArtbltaaL Pa. avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh etreeh wawxstom, n. e. WILL coutinaeto fa Druwiufla, and every deecnpuou,Rnd u<su ie wy an ia?ireru? - fcbl-Alf

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