Newspaper of Evening Star, March 1, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 1, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING SfrAR, THE AM I BIO AW FLA0. ? * r When freedom from her mOMta^aeifbt 1 Cafortadl^ w?e air.,, ; > She lore tlie uur? robe of aifhl, \?d set the stars of |*orr there, r I She to* with us mmu dye*. . The milky baldrie of the akies, And atnped iu pare celestial whB?' 1 With streaking* of the morning light; Then from his mansion in the m* ?. ? She coiled her eagle bearer down, And gave into his mighty hand - The symbol of her chosen land. ., Maieetic monarch of the cloud, Vviw rear>t aloft thy regal form, . . ? To bear the tempest trampinja loud And *e the lightning lances driven. When strive the warriors of the s lor pi, And rulla the thunder-dram of heaven, Child of the ran ? to tliee lis given To guard the banner of the Tree, f To hover in the sulphur smoke, To ward away the battle stroke, A ad bid it* Mrddmga shute afar, Like rainbows on the cloud of war, The harbingers of victory! Flag of the brave ; thy folds shall fly, The *fn of hope and triumph high, When speaks the signal trumpet tune, And the I ;ng line comes gleaming on. Kre yet the life-blood, warm and wet. Has dimni'd the glistening bayonet, Kach aoldiar eye shall brightly turn To where the sky-born glories bum; And as his springing steps advance, Catch war and vengeance from the glance. And when the cannon^moutilings loud Heave in wild wrtathes the battle shroud, And gory sabres rise and fall Like shoots of dame on midnight's pall; Then shall thy meteor glances glow. And eowenag foes shall sink beneath Each gallant arm that strikes below That lovely messenger of death. Fl <g of the seas! on ocean wave Thy stars shall glitter o'er the brave; ?? When death careering on the gale, Sweep* darkly round the bellied sail, ? And frighted waves nub wildly ba.k Before the broadside's reeling rack, Each dying wanderer of the sea Shall look at once to b?aven and thee, And smile to see thy splendors fly In iriumph o'er bis elo?iag eye. Flag of the free heart's hope and home! Hy angel hands to valor given; Thy stars have lit the welkin dome, And all thy hues were bom in hearen. Forever float that standard sheet I ? Where brt aihes the toe but falls before a?, With Freedom's soil beneai'i our feet, And Freedom's banner streaming o'er as! A Male S entrants.?It is told of the Indian Rajah, Johas Indra, that he had a porter named Dato, who resembled him so much that he put his fcwi?royal robes upon him and seated him on his throne, and then took his Station at Che gate, and laughed to see his ceortiers bowing before the porter Dato, and obey ing him. But the porter said, "who is that fellow at the gate? Off with his head." They decapitated the Rajah,and the porter Dato reigned in his stead. Cheap Living in Kansas.?You bor row a neighbor s frying pan, book his ba con, and make his hens lay in your nest. Doughnuts grow on the bushes, and gut ta percha oyeters can be found most any where For people of "limited means and no principles, Kansas opens a wide area for comfort and eatables. >* Ancient Price of a Sh^vr.?Among our gothic ancesters on the shores of the Baltic, a young man could not hare the privilege of being shared, until he could show the bead of an enemy, killed by his own prowess. The Know Somithings.?The Haver hill Gazette says, "there teems to be a new element at work, which shakes the nervou9 system of 4 Sam' very much. The question now, is have you seen Gus? which those who ought to Know Some thing say lias a mystic signification. The Tide Turned. -More than forty thousand persons have return ed from America to Europe during the year 1864. Cheap Fame.?In Kansas it costs a man only fifty dollars to hav? a city named after him; towns and villiages in proportion. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. ^ L*avt Ftr Dmw. Boston Liverpool.... Feb. 28 -..Havro New York...Feb. 14 Liverpool.. Boston Feb. 17 Pacific York...Feb.24 Hermann......... Southampton.. New York.. Feb. ay The California steam m leave New York on the 5tli and dUUi of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Wiliarda* Ho.el?a. a k j c. wiuai#, IT Ames, Mm J B Cornell, NY r D K?tNQ?on, do J Is iickfon, do J B Foster, Ms P Miller, do 2 JL5111?*' ^ W H Webb, do - B Weeks, Md C H Glover, do G Meyward a lady, NY E Waikm, do wC.Tf **'? 1,jh *' Barnnger, NC W H Crocker, do y R Pharo, NJ I?r R Boyker. Va JF Willit, p* J A Green, do ? C Willit, do Cant H O'Neil do D Ward, O J W Morgaa, do A Lilly. Md J Hunter, do W Fievagel, Ta 0 Rice, Pa G Brown a lady, Ma?s 8 P Brown, Me T L Mann a iamily, NY G Clark a daughter, NY J White, Va R Smith a lady, do R Beall, Cal 8 Hawk a lady, do P CaUin, NY J 8 Htraaahan, do Mrs Catlin, dd H Bancroft a lady, do L Catlin a lady, do C H Dal ton. Mass C F Garnett, Va J Town,end, NY J II Cox, do F Tow Mend, do A Worrell, Pa Refolds, L'SM J B Gray^n, jr, La Cant Lindsay C G Carver, pi J 8 8iualley and family, J F Powell Va . , A B Hutchinson, do 1 - ^k,n'' Ky J D Quarles, do T 8 Wilkins, do J V Crocker, NY i I Jr> do W 8 T|IC||W) do J P U Ukins, do G W Houk, U 8 P Johnson, NY T W Lurkwood, Mich Misa Johnson, do W Murray, NY J V Penairand do 1-fL Bayli./s U,., H T llalbert, "fvnn COU hum' pa 8 C Dunham, NJ Dr W Comae do T D Gilbert, Mich W F Roger., 'o * W Del A U Hola es, NY J A Hayes, Ala J Gyltack, Mex X RoUiielder, NY R Markoe, do UU Ruggs, IU ?IrhwMd ll?mse? j. a. a a. Kiaxwoo*. VV E Inlay, Ct A B Eagan, Ga T D Robinson Mas. J K Jefferson, Tex Dr A L kenedy, Pa J 8 Allen a lady. NC Mr Churchill a ly, Mas. W K Jones, L'8A L M Standish a lady, do C F Thomas, NY H A Breed a lady, do W F Berry, |?d C Woodbury a lady, do O T (rawlord, do to! A Smith aad daugh- J E Hummgu..., NJ ?rs, Md E Brinley, NY ? .V" U M 'Maoe, do ' MGIaae, do i rTSMl WV ? M Modernar, Can H M prle?. U8N W H^;SL A J HeHave., N J ?.!?*!*** u*tal-?. ?. IICHIT. wTi^Jf'v, " E Turner, Mas. J Abbott aTdy, NY CA ** J But-klin, NJ B o wE?,!L', 2. , iw^iid4 w'bo^T V' a Hoaiti Alexandria, Va a. XXWTOX, raoPKirroa. L O Suhvan, Va . '? BuH, NY Dr J Joham? h lady, dS S E W Rocker, Va T R Love, do f Placjde, Mi ? u do f J A Washington, Va ? 5 SI 40 R-B Jo ?T?u?art,do H A VVhimTL i!c il3S?"P?f>' P? j w Mlchi.-, do * T D Tharman, do J D Goodanaa do CPMallory.NY ? m B D Spalding, do L J*?***' . C HoUiday, do 4 D Buddy Pa 4 J . ?Ml FfitTT AND EVERGREEN TREES. JML rsmiTTs'.<rn^\ has a splendid stock ef?M 3(Jall tha standard Friut Trues, large, ri?jr Z Maaod thrifty, via: ^ * **&si **** ,ui>eM?r iuaiity'411 u>*|(ad Tears, Apple-, Hums, Cherrie*, ApnctHs, Grape :-r*Sla?m, kc. 60 0U0 English Lancashire Gooseberries, the large show kinds ftne and strong '2%fit* Currants, Victoria, Red aad White Dutch, . Red and White Grape, Black Naples, kc If,000 Raspberries, FastnlfT. Red and White Ant werp. kc. 1 ,oqp Rhubarb Roots, Prince Albert, Victoria Cham paigne, ke. Shade Trees of best quality, such, as Silver and Su E Maples, European and American Lindens, ropean Ash, Mountain Ash, kc. Evergreens in great variety and rare* kinds viz:? Anne arias, Arbor Vits, Cedrus des dara, C. Lib~ni, Funebral Cypress, Cryptomeria Ja poiiica, Titz Roya Patagonia,' Librocedrus -L'hilensis, Pinces Chmbra, P. excelsa, P. Ger ardiana, Picea Wrbbiana, P. pindrous, P. Pichta Abies Menzieuu A.Morinda, Irish and Engli.h Yews, with inany other beautiful Ev ergreens, all at moderate prices. JOHN SAUL, Seed Store corner 7th and H sts. Washington. feb22-eo?r | INo. 5fi?.] NOTICE OF TtlE DISCONTINUANCE Of the United Slate* land ojffuc at Jejfrr^onrille, Hn rennes and IVinamac, Indiana. TTNDBR the prov.sions of the second section of U the act of Congress, approved June 13, 1840, wtech declares "that whenever the quantity of pub lic laads remaining unsold ia any land district shall be reduced lo a number of acres less than one hun dred thousand, it shall be the duty of the Sec retary of the Treasury to discontuiue the land office fur such district; and if any land in any such dtstrict shall remain unsold at the time of the discofttiauance of a land office, the same shall be subjeet to sale at some one of the existing land of ftces most convenient to the district in which the land office shall have been discontinued, of which the Secretary of the Treasury shall give notice and inasmuch as the 7th section of the act approved 4th September, >S41, authorizes the Secret-ry ot the Treasury to continue any land district in which is situated the seat of government of iny one of the States, notwithstanding the quantity of land unsold ia such district may not amount to more than one hundred thousand acres, when in his opinion such continuance may be required by public convenience Or ift order to close the land system in such State at a convenient point under the provisions of the act on that subject approved June 19, 1840, and ina? a* the duty above required has been devolved uyon the Secretary of the Interior by " the act to es ablUh the Home Depttrhnenttn approved 3J March, tyotice is accordingly hereby given that, in view of reports from the land officers at JzrrE*soNvn.t.?, Vincknxzs, and WimaXac, that the vacanAnd in each of said districts is reduced below one hundred thousand acres, the Secretary of the Interior. with, the apjrrobation of the President, lias directed that the laud offices at JicrncRsoNVtLLK, Vintennf.s and WtRilAC; in the State of Indiana, be discontinued, and the lands remaining unsold at the ume of the discontinuance be made subject to sale at the land office at Indianapolis, the seat of government of ?aid State. Lands remaining [unsold, and unppropriated by taw, and subject to private entry within the limit* of the districts now discontinued, will cease to be subject to entry as heretofore at those offices, from the date of the receipt of this notice by the reg sters and receivers thereof, and the land officers at Indi anapolis will give public notice of the day on which they will be prepared to receive applications for entries of any such lands at their office. JOHN WILSON. Commissioner of General Land Office. Jancaiy 25, 1855. jan 29?2aw6w GENUINE GARDEN SEEDS. JOHN ?AVL begs to announce that lie has just completed his supply of the above, all ca efully selected from the stocks < f the best growers in En grind and the Continent, viz: Prince Albert aad other early Peas,early short-top Radish, Early York, Large York, London Market, eaily Battersea, Shil lings Uucen, Flat Dutch, Drumhead and other choice Cabbages, Purple Cape Brocole, Cauliflower*, Let tuces. Onions, Beets Buns, Carrots, Parsnips, Coles' Crystal White Celery, Savoy's Leek, Turnips, Cucumber-1, Melons, Tomatos, Herbs, kc., w:th all other vegetable seeds in great variety, c im prising the well tested standard kinds with the choice new varieties, superior in quality and economical in price, to which he respectfully calls the attention of ihoae who require a really genuine article. 11 is long experience in the seed trade fully justifies him in -aying that his seeds cannot fail to give great ?ati* taction. Flower seeds of the rarest and choicest kind3, se lected with freat care and what are specially suited to this climate, are offered iu tingle packets or col lections, at very low ratss. Market Gardeners end others are respectfully in vited to inspect the seeds and scale of prices. Catalogues can be had on application. Seed Store, corner Seventh an l II street*. feb 22?eo6t* [No. 531.] Notice of the temporary continuance of the Ldiiul Office at Vmcennes, Indiana. IN compliance with the act of Congress approved Feb uarv 13, lt>55, which provides "that the of fices of register and receiver shall be continued at Vincrnnes, Indiana, until after a filial report shall have been made by the eorr.mi??ioners, pursuant to the act of Congress appris ed July twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and filly four," entitled "An act to ascertain and adjust the titles to certain lauds in the State of Indiana," notice is hereby given that the order iNo. 528) dated January 25,1855, directing the discontinuance of certain land offices in Indiana, u suspended in its application to the office at Vin cennes "until the services required by the act of 27th July, H454, of the commissioners sliail have been fully performed," of which due notice will he given. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, 1 this 17th day of February, 1855. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner General Land Office, feb 19 ?law6w MUTUAL EIRE INSURANCE CO MP AWT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Chartered by Congreu, OFFERS to the citizens of the District the safest and cheapest means of insurance againM lost) by fire on all descriptions of property, as may be seen by an examination of the charter and by laws. I Applications for insurance can be made to ihe un ilersigned or at the office, Columbia Place, Seventh street and Louisiana avenue, where cepies of the charter and by laws may be procured. ULYSSES WARD, President. Manager*?Thomas Blagdeu, Ulysses Ward, Dr F. Howard, J. C. McKelden, John Van Riswick, P. W. Browning and M.G. Emery. an 3t?eolm THE MUTUAL FIRE IS8UEAHCE C0MPA ?Y OF THE 1ISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, /CHARTERED by Ccngress, offers to the property owners of the Disuict safer and cheaper means of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATHEW G. EMERY, Treasurer. M ANAQZaS. Ulysses Ward ? John Van Riswick Thomas Blagden P. W. Browning P. Howard, Matliew G. Emery. J. C. McKelden. Office, Columbia Place, corner Louisiana avenue and 7th street. Office hours from 3 to 6 o'clock p. in. feb 26?eotf GAS FITTING. TVIIE subscriber has secured the services of seve ral superior Gas Fitter*, and is now preparing to introduce Tubing into Dwellings, Public Halls, fit.'., at moderate c.targes. Orders left with my foreman. C. II. Myers, at his old shop, on 9th street, or at my store, will receive prompt attention. On hand a handsome a*vortment of GAS F1X TURErimad* by Cornelius k Baker. Philadelphia, which will be sold at the manufacturer's retail pri <*"? ? c. VV. BOTELER, Iron Hall? feb 24?eo3t TO LOVERS OF BUTTER. THE attention of thoae fond of good BU ITER is called to the fact that I have just received 149 kegs of prime tresh BUTTER, which is offered at the lowest possible prices, either wholesale or re tail. I am constantly receiving fresh Roll Butter, which can be found at my sta'ls either in the C'en tre or Northern Liberties Market, and my Store, at cor. 9th and L sts. W. C. JOHNSON, feb 24?eolm* K AHAWHA, Va.| Vaak IWatua \yS bought and sold by A. M. SNYDER k CO., Brokers, corner 15th street and Pa avenue. IV Tran Alleghany, Va., Notes bought and sold l?y A. M. SNYDER k CO. Q&- Selden, Withers II Co's Exchange Rank Notes bought and void by A. M. SNYDER k CO. feb 8? eel in LAW PARTNERSHIP. SUPREME COURT OFTHEUNITED STATES. ROBERT J. WALKKR and LOUIS JANIN tave formed a c 'partnership under the name oi 'Walker and Janin," for the argument of cases in he Supreme Court of the United States, at Wasfc. ngtoncity, wheie both will attend throughout the uture sessions of that court. They may be addrewad at Washington, N. York, >r New Orleans. jan 19?eo3m* SPURS?SPURS?SPURS. A VALUABLE INVENTION, an inprov'd A SPUR, is now offered for sale, either in State >r Cminty Rights. Enquire of JOHN F. CLARK, lo* ^kliaia Everde.l, Jr., Assignee, corner of E sad Eighth streets. feb 92 - eoot* A LARptTfTFoP *LaX SEED just received A and for sale by , SAM'L BACON k CO., febl9?Im Corner Seventh at. and Pa. ave. ftfo ftsoi By tbePrcaldcnt or (tat United State* TN purauaaeecftaw, I.TSASK LI* PIEaCB Tr*? EZTTISS r JE *??<*?/. ?'be tmntg-fbnt *i*??!2f?iZ ^ d,taP??*1 ? all that portion ^ n?1S^JKl!Y? 01 TUolW ?rJ*od b*trln* Koni2^?or, ; 4.^ m.l?g on each Me of the auth or aV. ^ .??10 M? *?"?*?. In tbo ?uu? nii^' Miams-rn. aubje.t to th* ' U"m ,,r,c* ?r lwo dollara mod fifty cent* P?L >ff' P*1 T d?t by the act ot loth ItpunUr, !k i ^Xc*pt>d from ?r*aaoatlo? ea to price br SlfSPJS'ST'19*-whioh w?? In J kr s.le la production No. 490, bear ing data May, 1853, but subsequently witl arawn until farther notlofor the prjpoeed railroad jSmJ!f2?do? V3 by public notloa No. * v *6* 19:h A"*0*4' 1??; and lha uoc ??.?"? subject to private entry at the data of said withdrawal, wart consequently not raator<4 ta mar laL 3Lrnrral cotl<* No" *22,datoi 6th September, *a??,^aliunted in the undermentioned townahipo, North <rf the base line aad east of Ihs Choctaw men dian. Township Jour, of ran^e thirteen ^Towuz-hipa three, four Jive, and lix, cf range four ,.J?*2I.hip8 ,hre"' four> fiT'? d* fni ttven. of recge fifteen ^ ?l/teTMii,P" tfirtty^our,-^ve^ "i*! aad aeren,ofran^a toff?*P? ^pe' <*J#? teven, of range reven Townahlp wren, of raoge elghteex NotMe la also fceteby ^gen that all (ha lands alt oatoi outsiie of the kmWUe Kmtis on **ch aide of the above road withdrawn and not aino> raatcred toprivate antry a? abova atatel, which wUl be miV jaot to entry at one dollar and twenty-fire ceata P* acre, cr (il lor actual settlement aad p-e cDntv 'be P*ic*e prea libed by the graduation act of 4th August, ISM in the following-named d'atricta an-1 townahipa in the 8tatee of Mies micpl and Ala bj?*i> wiU ba aubject to entry and location on ? nd alter Monday the nine'eenth day of March next, to wit: Mi?iaaiwntrkt ofUnd- -^ttoaala at Acocm, North of the bate line and east of the Choctaw men dian. twawT1*^1*" tltre*>f0UTJLvr>811 *nd asren, ofrarga Mt- ?< fonrtS?lipB 01re"' *OUT^r' ***' 8eTen'of rM,&? Townahlp seven, of range fifteen tflZte' f"'ir- and *?*' of ???? a'xtean lownahipn thrte, four, Jive, six, aui seven, of range aarenteen ' . r.^',hA"r- '*"? *n<, In the dUtrict cf lanis subject to ra'.e at Demopo us. Alabama : North oj the base lin- and west of the principjl me ridiai. Town Llpai thirt?en, fourteen, fifUen, aizteen and wrea^n, of rain^e tiro ?iM"n Townahipa thirteen and fjurteen, of ran*" five Tbe townships df ai^nated in r >man le tera are wholly Within tbe limita of aix and fifteen mil*-* r? sportively on each .id- of naid read, und thoea in ?toiiea are partly wi tun a-id limits, aa deanrnat-d on the diagratna which will ba furnUh?d to tha re apectiva diatrict office.-8 by the Ccmmueioner of the Uanaral Lard office. Th?J.*?d".u iU h* 3011 ? tH^ct to the riohtof way grantad by the act of 20th N-ptem >>r, 1860, to tLe t ^ for?^ ~?">ad. not < ZM^ing on< hundred feet on each aide thereof, and tberefor* the paiticu ar tract < of lan<l which include the road will iErtLiV"*rn?inlr*,th'> rcapesUtely shown by the official plata. Th# aactiona will Moffered at tbo tublic aale in *o wh'ch th y ate advertiaed; tbe eale will be kept cpen f>ra aoffldeT:t tiaie to sdrfl: of offering all the Unda, but n t r-Xoeetine tiro wtk^ and applications to nake private entrlee of the Jandi enured at public *%\% under this prorltmaTi^n will waikaT r*cei'eVi U3tM gf"r the ff the two Glren nnder my hanJ. at tbe city of Washington th.a reveuih day of February, Auno D-mlnl^ne thousand ai'ht hundred and fifty hv^. pmti D , . FitANKU.V PTERCE. By the Prefiient: Joh^ Wii*ojr, Oo:am--.M??aer Gewrui Laud Oflije. NOTICR TO PRKSMPTION CLAIMANSS. ioF? r. Me.#ft.0f 0on?,<"M "PPrcved 3J of ila/ch, 185.1 entitled "An act to extend pre eicption rirhl# to certiia aet'.lers tn?re:n tu n'.ionai." the pre eair tioi U'> a ware extended oTer the ubore menfioctd alternate odd numbei:d mt'iobh within iHx milea rn each 8id?of the route of t^e road, ichere th?? oent and lmproTfeintnt Wfr? mad* pricrt the J e lf P;0*^ UF ai-J paid for *f the -et? oftwodo lari and fifty c?nt? per acre, before tn? th" P?Plic Ml?J and bytfcen-tnp proved a7th March, 1861, entitled "An art lor the relief of aettlara on lands reaerrM f^r railrr a<i nur poaea,'' pwaons who settled and Improved tbe above P*,0r th? *u< ?f withdrawal -ill be entitled to pta-emptiona attheordinary mianum price of the public landa,or at tbe ntf of. na dollar and twenty-five cent* per acre, If proven np ?nd paid f->r brf re tba day fixed for the public salo ? Therafora, every pardon entitled to the i igi t of pre emption in any of the alternate odd nnmWed aeo tons above meat cna% wl.hln aix mlleaof tba ro^te } ' and"r.tbe act cf 8d Marrh, 1863, ab ,v? refcxred to, on ipcttlemento madj prior to the 4th of ? 12P?(the date of allotment) or under ihe S? *h r ?lCb' !85^' on ?*ul*m?.te made prior totha data of tha original wi hdra**l of the lands ' I**'"* eTf rv P*?on entitled to pre empflon under Jie act of 27th Marcb, 18W, In ?..y et tba landa outset of the tix mile lim:ta dire ted tj ba reatorad to tu ry on tbe 17th day of March nut. la required to eatabliali the hik? to the aati f.ction of he ra.iater anl receiri-* of the proper la .d office, and make payment therefor at th<? pr?c- fcxed br - ?'.K0Vr fraciicaL,e sfter ae?in; thla notice and before the J.y appointed for tha pull c Fale o't restoration to m iritet of the landa embraoin* the tfa?* claimeJ; otherwise auch elai a willbj forfeited JOHN WILSON, , v , Ccmunwioser of General Land Cfflc*. irD 1U ? lawljw REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PAST(?R OP TIIK EXETKR STItEET, M. K. CHURCH ?A Mtrons dcaire to benefit the afflicted indnces turn tliua to cer ify. We chal enfe any other inedicinn to (>rei?ent xuch a n.ass of teaiiinony fri>m gentlemen and ladiea of high standing at our own wed known citizcna. who teatify nf curea of COUGH, BRON CHITItJ, RHEUMATISM, DVdPEPrilA, &c. DALTiMORe, January 24tb, 1856. MtMtrt. Mortimer \ Mowbray; 1 take pleaaure in aa>ing to you that I have used your''Hampton'a Tincture" with very great profit. Prom a aerioua t.iroat atfectum, my general health had become very much impaired, when I com menced to use '? Hamptou'a Tincture." I found iU effei-U upo.i my general health moat salutary.? My nervous ay?leui and digestive organs aoon right ed up undar its use. 1 have several times recommended it to my friends, and in every case, as Tar as I have becu in formed, they have use it with aucccss. Yours truly, John Laharak, Pastor Of Exeter ?t., M. E. Church, Baltimore. ? ?_ BLEEDING OF THE LUNGS. Ralcioh, N. C., Feb. 8, lb&5. Metres. Mortimer 4 Mowbray: I do here y certify that about twelve months ago I wan taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lung* and had four attacks of it I was advised to try lir. Hampton's Vegetable Tincturo I procured one boitle, nml after taking winch, I was satisfied that I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, 1 wi- entirely well, and now I enjoy as good htnlth an ever I did iu my life. ?.|ran, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to all person* afflicted in my way. Your.-!, Geo. W. VVkaklsv. CURE FITd-READ! More to the Suk than GoU.?from oue ol the moat respectable Druggists in South Carolina. Cu a Boston, 8. C. Sept. *21,1853. Messrs. Mjbtimkb h. Mowbba*:?The sale ?f your Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recoiniiimda this valua 1c medicine u* the atflicted. Several of our planters have tried it in different cases with a<ton ishiog success, and are getting it by half dozens. It has been found to be the greater reuudy for rheu uiatic affections, and a wonderful cure liai been performed on a negro bov, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if you wish them 1 am, gcntlemea .yours, W. G. Tbott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see enrt-s of Cough, Brouchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys Bpaia, Nervousness and General Weakness. Aa a uale medicine or for delicate children we believe it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER fc MOWBHAY, 140 Balti nore street, llaltiinore, and 904 Broadway, N. York Jhab. Stott k Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. ('i.abbb, Dlarkb k Rowm.tq, \V. Elmot, and II. MrPiut ion, Washington ; also, by It. t*. P. Ci sat., George own; and C. C. Uebky, Alexandria, and bv Drug fists everywhere. frb 21 ?tr T. H. PHILLIPS' COACH FACTORY, i7 7 Kighth at, adjoining Kalney'a Livery Stable!. UkWIKG to the inereas-d trada which a generoua " pnbll* has bestowed upon ma,l hava been com pelled to areet a new and larger building for the nrrring on of my bueloaaa. Here I ahail be en tbled to ez?eut? all criers entrusted t* ms wlA Biter tieilttles aad diapa'.oh, and I would lfapfct y soHcIt a continuance o.' the publi 'a patfcnage. Carrirg?Hi an l Wsgona, of th* moat modern atyie, milt of the baet DireriaU, and wairantod to ?ivs latiafaetion, uepalra ol every description p?netually attended io. for aale, cheap, a second-hand Clarence Carriage, tenrly new. ceeS0-tl TKAVKLEKff I1KKCT0KY. LATUADl'i LISE OF OflJUBMBl will Alexandria at 4, TV, and 9# *ui, l^and 3J( p m. Will l??ve tVMhlnitoa at 0,11. and 19 a m.,3X &nd 7 pm. Beau can be secured at Uie Ofice, Fairfax St., and Newton'a Mansion House ; in Washington, al Hall's Segar Store ani Kirk wood House. This Line runs regularly winter and summer for the accommodation of the Public. Pa.e?*'?ijers called tor and taken to their residences if not too far. FAlte-For the ftrst trip up and las; trip down, 50 cents; all other regular trips 95 cents. Trunks extra. LATHAM k. COOK. jan 8?tf CROMWELL'S BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN ^ NEW YORK BALTIMORE k BOSTON, WILL dispntch a Steamer daily from Baltimore and New York, and twice a week from Boston to Biltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line affords unequalled facilities to the bus! ness men of the District of Columbia. The AgenU at either point will receive freight and give a through bill of lading to Waehintton at the lowest rates of freight and no commission* charged. Application! for freight promptly attended to by the folloiring agents: A.C.HALL, 58 Exchange Pl^ce, Baltimore. 11. B CROMWELL, Corner Washington and Albany sts., N. Y. JNO. W. SCI!ANK, Jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf, Boston. FOR THE TV EST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIbKOAD. IMPROVED ARRAN1EMENT8 FOR TRAVELI IMPORTANT CUANQE8 OF SCUKDUDK! t Th? late completion cf the (Central Ohio Railroad between Whaling and Columbus, uniting, as it does, by to short and direct a line, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with all pardons of the West (ani North and Southwest,) gives this route greatly increased advantages to through travelers in that direction. On and afer MONDAY, November 27, 1864, the trains will be run as follows: FOE THROUGH PA8SENQBR8. Two fast trains daily will iuq In each direction First?The MAIL TRAIN, leaviog Camden Station at 7 a. ro., insteid ot 8 o'clock as heretofore, (sxeept on Sunday,) and arriving at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m. Second?The KXPRK88 TRAIN, leaving at 5 p. m , instead of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and running through to Wheeling in about 17 he uts, reaching there at 10 26 a. m. This train will step at Wa^h* iogton Junction, Sykesvllle, Monoceey, Harper's F-rrv, Martlnsburg, Mir John's Run. Cumberland, Pi*dmont, Kowlesburg, Newburg. Petterman, Fsrta lngt?o, Cameron and Moundjville only, for wood and water and meals. Both these trains make prompt and regular connection with ths cirs of the Central Ohio Koad for Cambridge, Zan'svllle, New ark, Columbus, Cin-innati, Louisville, Dayton, San lasky, Tuledi, Letroit, Indianapolis, Chics^o, 8t Louis, etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by the Mall Tr. n; wi.l reacb Cincinnati for dinner next d?y, while by the Express Train they arr've there ?t 14 the next night, bsiDg kept but one night on the route by eith*r train P:nsengers for the Northwest via Cleveland and all intermediate (oicts can make a direct tenneo tion wil'u the trains upon th* Cleveland and Pitts burg Ra'lrord at all times wheo the Ohio is naviga ble for steamers between Wheeling aad Wellrville, by leaving Baltimore in the Mall Train at 7 a. m. Returning, the Trains leave Wheeling as follews: The EXPRESS TR4lNat4 30p mn reacting Bal timore at 9.60 a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.46 p. m , reaching Baltimore at 7 p. m # 49" Through tickets by boat from Wheeling for Clacionati, Madison. Lou'sville, St. Louis and other River Cities, ?ill be so'd at a 1 times when the stage of water will admi'. Through tickets between Baltimore and Wasulngton, and all the important cities and towns in the West, ure sold at the Ticket Offices of the Company. FOR WAY PA88F.N1ER8 THE MAIL TRAIN, leaving Cam It n Station will take p&seengera for all the usual stopping place.- on the Koad Returning, this train leaves Wheeling at 11.46 midnight, Cumberland at 10.16 a. m_ and arrives at Baltimore at 7 p. m. THE KRkDKKICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and ibt'rmediate places, will e4art at 4 jn m.. daily, (except Runway*) arriving in Freder iok at 7.40 Re'urning will leavw Frederick at 0 a. m , arriving at Baltimore at 12.S0. noon THK RLLlOIT'a MILLS ACCOMMODATION Wi>l be ran daily, (exe*pt 8undavs,) as follows: L^eve (Jamd-n Station at 6 a. m. and 3 p. m. Leave Etlicott'a Mills at 7.30 a. m. and 0.30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: IEAYR dally, exoept Sunday, at 6 snd 8# a. m. j a?id S api Spa. On Sunday ai 6 a in and 6 pm. Leave Baltimore at 4\? and 0 am; and 6 and 8 J> 19. On Uanda7 at 4 jf a m and 5 pm. The connections with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad for ths West are by trains leavirg at 0 a m and 3 P For Philadelphia Mid New York at 0, and 8Uam and 6 pm. For Anuapolii at a m and C p Li. For Nonolk at 8 p u. T. H. PARSONS, Agent Parti cu ar attention Is called to the Rule requii* ing a responsible voucher for any person ef color who m?y wish to pass ov^r the road. dec 13?dtf 0RAKQB AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, THK Cars !?*ve Alexandria dally for Gordons* vllle and lnt? mediate stations at 7 if o'clock, a. ej., oa ths arrlva< ot ths boat from Washington, g'ving amole time for breakfast on board. Con* neeting at Manassas Junction with a train for Strae burj, at Warrentun Ju ctiou with a train for War* ronton, and at Uordonsvilie with ths trains on tbe Virginia Central Railroad for Richmond, Charlotte* vllie, and Staunton. The cars leave OordonsviVe dally for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at before 12, a. is., on the arrival of the trains o' the Virginia Central rail road from Etehmoad, Charlottesville, and Staunton. THROUGH TICKETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton ..%'i 00 " u Ciordoasville...... 3 60 " " Charlottes rUle 4 25 4 " Staunton......? 6 00 " " Hlrasburg...^ 3 60 u " Lynchburg 0 76 M ? Winchester 3 60 u m Lnrmv A 26 JMWs???*?? m?? ee? ?mm V m90 ? ? New Market 6 00 " ? Middle burg 2 26 For Lynchburg, connsetirg with the stages at Oharlotieerille, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri days For Luray and New Market, oonneeting with the s ages at Culpeper, oa Tuesdays,Thursdays, and Uatr orday. For Wlnohestsr daily, connecting with the atagrs at Piadoont For Middlsburg daily, oonnecting with the stages at ths Plains. Per order: W. B. BROGKBTT, Agent. nov 7?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Far* rcund trip $1; from Alex andria 76 oents ?Ihe THOMAS COLLYER leaves Washington at 9 and Alexandria at i\4 o'clock. Coaches leave ths Capitol for tbe boat tt 9j< oYlk. Coach tire It) cents. I'ersons wishing the Coaches will ieave their resi le aoe with Qeo. k Thoa Parker. Uerreahmsats on the boat o;t 38?dtf SAM'L QKDNBY, Capt V2IU HEW YORK Jk. LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. SniPd COMPRISING THIS LINE ARK . Tnu? ATLANTIC, Capt. West PACIFIC, Capt Nye, BALTIC, Capt. Cemstock, ADRIATIC, Capt Qrafton. These ships have been built by contract, express y fOr Qovernment service; every care has been in their oonstruotion, aa In the Engines to nsar# strength and sp?6d, and their acooumoda* ionr for passongen are unequalled for elegtnoe ind comfort. ,'rUe of passage from New York to Liverpool, In first cabin ???????? eeeaaee see???? ????? ???eeweeaeee ???????? 4190 leeond Cabin ?????????? ?seesi*?eM????esses*? e e e e e ???????? 70 Bxclasive use of extra alas state roams 800 From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. For freight or paseage apply to BDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 60 Wall street, Nev York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, UverpooL 8. G. ROBERTS A CO., 13 King's Arms Yard. London. JOHN MUNBOB A 00. S0 Rue Notre Dame das Ylrtolrss, Pirla. GEO. H. DRAPER, Hav*. ? The owners at these ships will not be accountable or gold, sliver, bullion, specis, jewelry, precious tooss or metals, nnleas bills ef lading are signed herefbr, ani the value thereof therein sxprsss?d. nov La NOUVELLE HELOISE, edition iliustree par Joliannot, Baron, etc., in pamphlet?price 90 euts. pamphlet?pncer 50 Lee Confessions de Rousseau, In pamphlet, with yu?y*illustrations, 50 cents Physiologic du Gout, par Brillat Bavaria, In pam ihlrt, with many illustrations, price 90 cents. Imported from Paris by fcb 17 FRANK TAYLOR. MUT1CM of AJLSYOBAT10K A?d Withdrawal of certain Lands in ihs Cairo and b'miton LiaUroad Grant in Mi* XTOCIOI II W1RB1Y 0IT1M, that in f |M? of Um r?f raaoatatioss of pert of fbo d?l?f auoa la CoagTaaa from the State of Mlaoovt ?f o material ohangs io tho ruppoeed root* of the Cairo and Vol torn railroad In Mid Stats, harstofors assumed in wlAdrewlaf laada Item ??tn for tho grant to oatd road and on (Mr xsqeest that err tala of aaM laada aaoall be asleeaod, aal cth**a substituted la Itoa tbsr?oft ooofortaahiy to uM amended rou'e which ii direct end situat-d con U srably south ol tha cli route; th? Pr?id>nt, by h?s order baarlng data tha 1st Febraery tastaat, has directed that the lands sltaated la the Uwcahips hereinafter enom*rated, whloh ware withdrew? from market bv Ms order of tba ltth cf May, lb53, acd their reservation continued by public pole No 497, beariai date 23d January, 1*54, f* theOa^ Iro and Fultoa raiirai giant la the State if Ms sourt, shall be restored tj market, sad that eertain other lands sltaated la lows-hl* nsm d b?'ow (Inclcding a portion of the old rrieieal roierrattoo) aituatel within the proba le limit* of the grant ae corilng to the route of said road as am>>nd d ihall be substituted aad re erred f-om sale or euti> j?r ? tmption claims not e*c#pt?d) until far her aot!?-e. Therefore, all the vacant land* lutjaet to l<l* et Jaruox, MisBorsi wbiih wer? sutyeet to piirate entry at the da'a ol withdrawal, and wblchb.te not since b an preem^t?d la the ftllowiag tewn thips, w.ll again be sabiect t- private entry oi sn l after the nintffrnlk dag of March atat, to wit: Nnrtk of the b*t* luu ar.d tool of tiitfjth principal aaeniiaow. Township* 21, 22, 23 2), 25, and M. of rawge 3 Townships 22, 2J, 24, 25, i-C, 'IT, and W, cf range 4. W Townships 22, 23, 21, 2S, 23, 27, 28,19, tad 80, of | range 6. Townships 25, 23, 27, 28, 29, SO, aad 31, of taags Towaships 25, 28, 27, 28 , 29, W, 31, aai 82, of 'fSwa'ships 20, 27, 28, 2a, 30, 31, 32, ar d 33, of raage 1. Towkthips 36, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, and 33, of | range 9. Toanehlps 27, 28, 29, 30, 3\ 32, sad 33, of ;as pe 10. Township* 24,29, 30 31, 32, aad 33. of rang- 11 Townships 28, 29 fcO. 31, and of ranrf*- 11 Townships 2W, 30, 31, 32, aid 33. cf rang* 13 Townships 29, 30, 31, 32, and 34, ot rang.* 11 Town-hips 29, 31, and 32, of range 15 ALSO, Thit all :he .'and* situated in the sunt district within the following named townships will le re served firm salecr entrv (net exeit'tlig prermp iious) for the purpose above fp?e^rd until ?urth?r orders, via: North of tkt base lint and tad qf tht fifth priuctj^a! meridian Townships 22*, 23*, and 21*, of rang* 6 Townships 'If, 23? and 21*. of range? Towushipe 21*, 22*. 23*, 21*, an I 25*. of range 8 Tranships 20, 21, 22. 23, 24, and 25% of rsngb 9 Tjwn?hips 20, 2t, 22, ?, 24, 25, aid id*, of range 10 ^Townships 21, 22, 23, 24 U, 2d, aad 27*. of razge Townrhips 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, aad 27*, o range Tovn?hlps 22, 23, 24, 25, 23', 27*, and 28* of range 13 Townships 22, 23, 24, ?6*, 56*, 27*, ani 28* ot range II ^lo wnships 23, 24*, 26*, 26*, 27*, and 28*, of ran,,* Townships 23, 24*, 25*, 26*, 27* and 23*, cf raajo 16 Tawnships 24\ 25*, 26*, 27*, and 28*, cf rar gs 17 Towniblps 2i*, 25*, 26*, and i7*. of rang* IS. All the towa?hipe marked thus * were:nrluJ?d >n the original reaervztkn of 185V Preemption claimants entitled ta any tf the ab ve meotion<*d i^nds ?? be raxi nd to mtftrtun th* ninetrtjith day cf Marcit ntxl on settlement^ *1 rea-ly nud*. or whirh ra <y her*af)er be m? dt-, a id al o thrie claiming withia tny of the sb va iowi ships withdrawn or con io'ied to reserved cm t tlement3 o?di* p lor to the dato of toe pr^'eit withdrawal will make pri of and p%y fjr the >au.e, at the pric ? fixeJ by liw, within tw.ive m ntb?> ut tsr jUi? date of ih<8 r r*spe< ti\<t s^ttlcm u:a; other Wi*their cla-ms wi'l be forfeited. It is suggestei th*t pre^mp'ion c'aiaacu to lands withla the townships to be rest red to pr>v?te entry should give nDt'ce cf:h?ir nl*ii3J and tie tbe pro. f? with tba lan ? oOlotrs bafore the day i[ p irt sd for the restoration of the lands, so a< to pro .ct th?ir claim* fr^m private entry id a'd that d\v. and prevent much dil&r.ulty and d-Uy. Given und-rmi hand, at the <dtyof W.ahi jpt n. thiskix'h day of F. bruary. Anno DojuIqI oco tboa> sand, eight hnnd cd and fl ty lire. By order of the Fr.cident: JOHN WILPON, Cooimir k>n?r of Oeasral Land O0\s* fob tt?lawt>w PKNRUTS \NDIRON MANTKL??May be se-n a beautiful assofimefit of thea? ch^ap and da i rahla article*, at tbe corn ?r of Pennsylvania aveaa? aad Tacth atrsst, orer tne Washington bavingf Bank. RALPH UASKIN8, wov I* ?ff PIANOS!?PIANOS! WE beg leye to call the attention ot" the public to our suvk of Pisinon now ftn _ ' hand, ronsisting of superb tinishe i 6V4 and 6 octave rosew?>od caw \ strnnieHts frotn the world renowned* " ??? ? ' nuiiiufactortes of IMId, Davis h ("??., Boston, tnd Kttabe, Gaelile at t^o., Baltimore, comprising in all Uie large st, most reliable and select assortment ever | offered in this city. Also. Stools. Covers, fcc. Old Pianos taken in eich^ng*'. We will make reasonable discounts for, or sell on time. JOHN F. KLLI8, No. 306 Pa. avenue, near Tenth ftre< t. jan 31 THE ART UNION OF LONDON. PLAN FOR THE CURRENT YKAR. THE list is now open, and eiery *ubscnb?-r of $550 will be out tied to? I. An impression of a Plate, by i. T. Wiilia?>re, A. It. A.,from the original picture by J. J. Cita Ion, R. A., "A Water Party " II. A Volume containing thirty Wood Engravings illustrating subjects from l.ord Byron's P< eui of " Childe Harol le." And III. The chance of obtaining one of the prizes to be allotted at the general meeting in Apnl, which will include? The right to select for himself a va'uable w<?rk ol art from one of the public exhibitions. HtatUtte-. in bronzi'of her Mtjesiy on Horseback, by T. Thor neycroft. Copies in bronze, from an or.cinal Model ui relief by R. Jefferaoa, of ??TSieE^uy of tlie liuke of Wellington into Madrid Statuttes in porcelain or parian. Proof Impressions of a large Lithoggapli, byT. II. Maguire, ^fter the original picture by W. P. Frith, R. A., '? The Three B- ws," from Mo liere's " B luigeois Uenulhomtne.1* Honorary Secretaries for Washington, Mesara. TAYLOR * MAURY, Booksellers. jan 24 PROPOSALS TOR 7USVISHIK0 PAPER FOR T?E PUBLIC PRnTTIHQ OfrtCE SCPEHJfTEMDEIfT PrBI.tC PRIKTINO, Wasluiigtoii, January 25, lh^5. IN pursuance of the provisions of the act entitled, "An act to provide for executing the pu lie printing,'' fcc., approved August 2G, 1852, sealed pmpoM.s will be received a' this office, in the Cap itol, until Wednesday, the 28ih day of March next, at 12 o'clock in., for lurnifhiiig the following quau titles and descriptions of writing paper, to wit: 8,500 reams, weighing 2H pounds [>or ream, and mea suring 19 by 26 inclie-i 3,100 reanw, weighing '36 pounds per ream, and mea ouring Id by 25 inches 100 reams, weistuug 21 |toundsper ream, and mea Miring 18 by 2~2 niches 340 reams weighing 22 pounds pcrrciun, an 1 mea suring 1? by 18 inche 400 reaini, weighing U pounds per ream, and tnea suring 12 by 18 inches All these 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 sup plying the qaanuties staled, at such times as the liublic service may roquire, bat tbe privilege u re served of orderiug a prcaier quantity of either kin 1, should a greau r qnaniity be reqaired, at such times tUid ia ?U'h quantitiea an may be deemed ne^ewiary. Samples oi each kind of paper tuu*t accompany each biJ, and all proposals and samples mu?t be transmitted to litis olQce, free of postage or ot.ier tipeaK Each iiroposal must be signed by the individual or fl m making it, and must specify the price per pound, and the consequent price per ream (aud but oiie price) of each description of paper. All the [taper must be delivered at such plaeo or places aa may be designated in Wa?hin.i?ti cu>; in good or.ter, tree of all aud every extra charge or ex pense, ana subject to the inspection, count, weight and measurement of the Supeuntendent, and be in all respccts satisfactory. Blank forats for proposals will be furnished at this office to persons applying for them ; and notia will he taken into eonsideiation unless salMtantUily agreeing therewith. Bonds with approved secaiities will be required; and tbe supplying of an inferior article, or a folate to supply the quantity required at any ttm J w ill be considered a violation of the contract. Each bidder is required to furnish with bis propo sals satisfactory evidence of his a'u'ity to execute it, and any proposal unaccompanied with ?ucb evi dence will be r^ected. Proposals will be addressed to the "Superintend ent of the Public Printing, Capitol of uie United States, Washington, and endorsed ' Proposals for Supplying Paper.*? o ^ A. G. SEAMAN, ^ ^Superinteadeat of the Public Priauag. Coiaposied by Hans Oar Polka, dedicated lo Miss Emma J. Browa, Slhe ?IjaipaBBi, puUuhad aad tot sale ataka u?ic Depot of U1LBU3 fc HITZ. (CD 9 fHI-A3fLfH1A AOVfMISfVtNTa, AT PHILADELPHIA. J02ZJ?BJ&S?iB3iZZZ'?i2?l vttb wr?*f ??< LIQVOtl o. tb. m*t m? Z&S ggsgftSiaflBtti.i: -I Hut nr.*. re**iv* w4mi tor tfc* special Importation of Wb* Ac- from nrlow hone** la ?uropejhi L* i stag]* do iei ltd tcpwtfdf; iH w eolkfti fe* mm ton, JOHN TAUGHAN IMDI*. the peti na|i?( tls Meads and former eustomsre. ??? All Wines ardered tor Waritiactoa w*l bai* Brand by lT>wA<t /NfW. J* *?11 DOCTOR TOUEBILV. THE POCKET AESCULAPIUS: OR, BVBRT ONI HI8 OW? PHYSICIAN. On* handrail toT?Tkf? ihovtu DitMMI kBd Mki fcnMHoai ef the El System In I form. To I Treat) w on D?? W Pemaies, Bereft I est Import*iT* tc I ?* '*"*? *#f. wSR iV Let uo fatter be lAtul to pi W?( I eopy M UM *&ULAPIUP U bis shlll II air ?w W? ><? ? to irior* 'Jw^^erSiiJTS TSiiS readi ig the K)CKVr ^BCULAPIDS_ Ut, *0 aaa suffering from a hackaied 0?ugh, Paia tat?* resUsst nights, nervcaa teeUnr*, *nd tb* whole wa of Byrpeptte sensatkBa, and Ffw ?P *T ?** dciac. be another Bfawt, without wwltim tto WSCU LAPrOB. IIeve the married, ?c thoee about to b? married Bay tmpedimert, read tbl? trBly an fol boc k, as It bar been the m< aaa 01 saving sods of ufortar*ti crwtcr^ fron tL* ***7 ^ ^'Abt person wading iwwil-FITl enclosed fis a letter, wuf taealra eu* ^ work by mail, or Bv* ooptoa will be aatk Oaa Do. '* Addiees, (port paid) D!LTltJI!I5I7 hi He. IAS Bprmoe street, Philadelphia ap 18?ly raiui uiiiTiuum. ticiABD n. tuira. aBeaca ?. D. SMITH db CO* Manufacturers and T. Dealers la ALOOUOL, CAMPHMNB, ?!!!?? RIAL OIL, Ac. Nc U B. CAl.VRRT 8TRXAT, op Mdt? Water eizeet, UAL'CiMOUJft, Md. ? n-iy 13 D1 A 9 DOCTOB. II. 0. bPAI* CIA Od?rf bU PtufcrttW MiTtoaa to tb# tltont of Bab timer*. J oac ear* all kinds of Oane?re?takithem >ot without paiB. cr the nea cf any knife. I aaa ?ur alt kind* of Pits end Ppasms. Rheumall* Pains, Consumption, rrtpry, Pllaa, Wliy, o* any other at*trent th* bninaa tnmUy at* *nt#eet to. 0* sen stop Bleeding from ?bo Laag* or Ho*, aa* lttano* from tb* patient, by kaowiag tb* Mtofi name. I was born blind, aad bos stadUa eeraral fears coder an Indian Doctor who VM among ta* wild Indian* thirteen year*. DR. H'KNCBR ba? removed from Mr. BurkUy'a Board'ng Houee, to * No. W, HANOTIR 8TRBR, ana 11- tf Belttmore, 1U AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE. UTTHI SICK QUI THE TBCTM. CafTAis Bknjahi*.? Wherever ki.<>wn his te*d monv will l?c conrlmiv*-. But lest tho??-who do not kro*.v U;c Captain should he sceptical, Dr. I>aw mrm A Bm., \.tt i other* of the best known and ni<wt highly resectable ciusens of Evasion, endtmc bti wonderful care by Hampton's vkoktabiji tinctuwl Kaston, Ot 4, ISS4. Jfmt Mot timer 4" Motrbrai,: GenUenMti?I feci it my duty to *?<! the rub lie to certify to the effects of iUwiiUni's Vefeuble Tincture. I was lor m?jrc th-?n fi*e years labanng under a di^ea * of Chronic Rheumatism, and ttie great part of that time I wits so bHplcss that I had t.? be helped from my bed and dwwl in my 6toLV* I becimc reduced to a mvre skeleton. All the nied iciws I to. k done mc no good, and I continued to grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tincture and thought I would give it a trial. At this time I did not expect to hv? one day after another. I did not take it (the Tinetnre) tor the bbeueuuism, but in a short time I was w It i.f Hat disease. From ttie edects of yoar 'I inctare an<1 the help of Cud 1 am bow geuiug in good health. fb I B i-h all the afflicted to try Hampton's VegetaUe Tincture, as J have d?e, with the same effect that it has on Your obedient servant, Isaac Bnuamx. We are acquiinted * ith I?aac Renjamtn; wild him pome of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture,aad be deve the ?bove statement correct. Dawson Si Ban. From our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we are confident tliat the above *iatement is trae and un exngerated. J. A. Jonnsan, CnaaLas R^Biaerit. CaH and get pamphlets gr il.-. md itt rirei ot Cough, Cronchitid, KlteumatUm, Neui^irtn, IMrs pepsia, Nervousness and General VVeakwe.#. A* a female medicine or for delicate childien we ;;eve it unequalled. gold by MORTIMER a. MOWBRAY, Ito Ra>u more street, Baltimore; and Broadnr^*. N. Vo?k Chas. Stott k Co., J. B. Moork, "D B. CLtut Clabvk k Bowlimo, W. Eli.iot, and H. McPiilb aoN, Wasiiington ; also, by R. 8. F. Cissbl, Ueorr* town, and C. C. Bcbbv, Alexandria, and by Drug cists everywbe<e. jau I?lr OOUGUS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, ilelief tn Plvs Hlaatea. TTLES3 COMPOCND GUM ARABIC S1EUT. I^HE lucreaaiag dtciaai for this most pleasant, saft!, and cfllca<noaa remedy tor ail pulmonary dlfth. f, has enabled th? proprietor te rsdaoe the price h u to place it wlthl* '-he mash of all eU?ee?. Its suf?r^ority c**r nwt aimila* { reparationa Is at tested by many eminent r bjaiciana who have bean ey* wttaessea of its ftbca~y Whsn the usual reme died foj'cl; a!*o by thovmndof enr most rw speetabls tiineaa who have need it ia their <aiBiliea both as prevsntivs and cure with never tailun sue eeaa f ?r the laat twenty yrare, during whieb perioi With very lltUe aid trom adver Using, 4c., it ha gradually rpread repute'ion over the whol* Vnioa. Ia eases of recoiit ciU< Cofkt, Hoanenen, (to-, it gives immediate relief, aM yen-rally eurea in a day or two, without intertoriog with diet or bwrinaes, or revdering the systom more eahoeptible et Golds, in ehrooi!* cases, AtOoma, Wkonfttg LmioA. Croup, RroncMtit, Aftcti*ui i f the Lungs, and Ckmiumy tivn, it Is alBajE v^ry \> na?dal and seldom faiU, when ccmmeceed in time to perfect a cure. Price 24 and fcO eenta a botUe. Sold wbolesa * by Patterson A Nairn, Stott A Co, Udgely A Co. Alexandria by Peel A Stevens, la Qeor<etown by Mr Oiesel. ITLEtCS GUM AR AL1C CAND7 LSOh* a titular composition to th> above, but in a milder anl a? r? portable form ; they art lib e a charm on a uonb!e*cn.e Oougb, and clear tb* throat and voioe; they contain do lajorioos drag, are parti.n larly rsoommended for chikireB. frequenters of pib Uo assemblies, public ej.cak rs ring*ra, Ac. Price li^ and 2?? cants per box. Po? .ale at moat Drug wnd Candy 3torts. oct IT?tf SOMETHING NEW. Opposite thk warkit on p?wnfylva N1A AVKNUB 4 deor* Kjv Niatb street, is a NEW CL0TU1KG STORE for Men and Bo'a, a Xaed this day. DLCRkK, <-ne et tlas ehesp??t A thing Uerth^nis in tL* North, has dstermiQe^^r to t tff-r to the cith^ur cf Washington and vic.nit^, hid excellent Clothing al th? icwect Neitheru ; rioee, for cash only, lherc the POOll MAN will find just such a Cloth!., t Store a? has le*>^ beea wanted in Waahin^t" n. 11 is motto is cliti; tot eash, and oxt raicx omi t. A good substantial a. ollen eoat he will ie i tot , (2 7ft; and heavy winter panta, well llaad. ior |1 Jk | aad firo coats, t vercoiU, and Testa, m prtportka. ' I Good wool and otton undeirhivta, hosiery, rlovea Ac., cheaper th n the cheapest. an 11?tf ^ 255 Looking Gileses, 255 OP all Fixes and quality, Piench or German plate, Pancy or plain Portrait and P cture PramM, Gilt or Psncy Orlored. AL-o, Gilt Room Moulding, Maihle top Bracket* and i ablee. O>rn!oea made to order. Alee, all kinds of old work regilded with dispatch and on rtaeonable t rma by J. WACNklt. S5B Pa. avonue, opp. Kirk wood ll?us*. dec29?tf * FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. MALL BUILDING LOTS of 10 feet er more, ia Various parts oi tbe City, aad Georgetowa, at lav prtaee, aad ttrmi to suit. LLOYD A 00. BUI L D I Bl G ITORIi Tor aale, dellrerable at theOaBal, or Wharves la WishlD^cc, GsnryetcwB, er Aleraairla. LLOYD A 00. __ 1Mb etveet, opp TrmmXf Departseac It s I 4 CHARLRI HAIKIVBi AwblUct {PL avenue, between Tenth and Eleven* *ree*\ wi*ainm,aa V WILL eontinae u> '?h k h?, detail woskisf * Draanags, and 'peqflKOaui of building* <? ?very descripdoajaad also (9Vtlpenntead thetr erec lion. feh 1?dll

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