Newspaper of Evening Star, March 30, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 30, 1855 Page 4
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WILLI* BELL Down ia yonder shadowed valley, Where the deslh tide's water* roll. Where hofe phantoms ever daily, With the fleeung, famtiag soul ; \Vh< x4 the hvmn of death is waking In ih* gloo'm with measured swell? Thiiher went, oar heart-strings breaking, Little, loving Wiltte Bell. All th? sprinrtime played he glauly, With the *unbeams from the sky? In the snmmer watched he sadly All the spring flow'r? fade and die ; And be wandeied by the brook side, Where the gushing waters fell? Where the angei* sang at night tide Mns:c low to Willie Bell. But when summer bln*$o?n* faded, And the autumn leave* flew When the gentle buds were *haded by the snow wreatba from on nign, Then a voice ci me down from Heaven, Like the waves in winding shell, And an angel crown w?? given, To i-i* brow of Mi lllie bell. folded tneaa his hanls of whiteness, ??r the marble, lifers breast; ^ -? While iwcH strains from harps of brightness Welcomed hun to heavenly rest; And the eyes of bine were closii g r?r the cheek where death-damp* Ml, While in dreaml*?? sleep imposing, Was the form ot Willie Bell. Dnwn within the crassy meadow, O wn within the s-lent vale, Wh^re at evening comes the shadow Of the moonbeams. still and pale, There, upon the earth's cold bosom, Mn: the snow flake* as thsy I'eU, Laid we our bright summer blos^oui, Lov'd in death, sweet Willie Bell. WlS7*R LlNGKKINQ IK THE LAP OP Spring ?Yesterday (says the Rochester Union of the 22d inst.,) Elizabeth Rom berg, a smart young Swiss girl, only 18 roars of age, appeared before Justice Mocre and made oath that Benedict Sall? who is a man of property residing in Scio street, had seduced her under promise ol marriage, and had failed to fulfill his ob ligations. Complainant stated that she hrd been but a few months in the country, and went to reside with Salle about the lirst of January last. That she had ev er since waited patiently for him to con sulate the marriage contract, but hi had failed to do so, and now gave her tc understand that he did not intend to dc so. A warrant was issued for Salle, and placed in the hands of Policeman Brad shaw, who after some timo returned tc the police office with an old man ol seventy, leaning upon crutches, and ap parently just ready to step into his grave. This was Salle, charged with the se duction of the fair young Swiss girl ol eighteen. That he was guilty ofall with which ho had been charged, was soon made clear to the magistrate and all pres ent. He said he would marry the gir! with pleasure. Upon his making this announcement, the face of the female waf lighted with joy. She was as ready and anxious to have the ceremony performee as ever bride could be. It was proposed bv the parlies that the Justice at one* unite tht;in in the holy bonds of wedlock Justice Moore declined to officiate. II< said he could not be the instrument of join ing tender youth to decrepid old age there was imperative reason why thej should marry, and many why they shoulc not. II a thought the holy institution o marriage would be perverted by such ar act. We think the Justice was right bui the twain who would be made ont thouzht otherwise, and went away ii search of a priest who has less compunc lions than a Police Justice. Telegraphic Improvements ?A Mi Hughes, of Ky., {.says the Louisvill Journal, has invented a printing tele graph, or telegraphic apparatus, of tb fallowing wonderful powers: One cup c Morse's battery will send a message b; this instrument as far as one hundred cups by any other telegraphic instru ment. Thu?, a Grove battery capable c sending a message three hundred mile by the instrument now in use, will sen it thirty thousand miles by this machint Relay magnets are unnecessary in usin this instrument. The action on this ma chine by the holding, instead of the r? ceiving power of electro-magnetism, is great advantage over all other telegraphi apparatus. It prints with great rapidity The keys, containing the letters, occupj a space of 8 by 12 inches, and the tele graphing is accomplished as rapidly ai the keys can be touched. No matter hov many keys may be touched, the eorres ponding letters are impressed upon th< paper. Any one who can spell can ust this instrument. And while two offices are in communication, the operator in the receiving office need not be present. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Aami. Leave For Deu$. Hermann Bremen....New York.. Feb. 2i tnion Haorc New York..Mar. U A?;a Liverpool Boston.... Mar. 11 America... Liverpool.... Boston .. Mar. 3J The California rteamers leave New York 01 iV oth and 2oth of each month. A .RIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Wilier Ma' Hot*I?a a St j. c. vilu&d. T L Gn en, NY Capt C Ringgold. US\ h B do W fl Hooper, Mich J G Mill*, ilo Dr M uton h lady, Pa J Lyons ti lady, V# S A Dupont. do S O Deariug. Ga 9 Lewis k Jady, NY W N Aptoo, V1 M Danner, Md J l> Br.ilW, Vt Capt II B Nones, U?R3 R B Ut-rsey, BIT National Ilotil i. d. viluib E P Beale, Md B Austin, Pa F E K?-rltP, do J Moor*, Mo It < inilrrs, Pa T O Colt. NJ t o! An .r* w-, NC J O r'miili, do F Brent, DC E Bobia?oa, Va II Ni> ho:-, d;i J D Gremitt, do T WiIIiaiLi, do F J lierren, Pa J M Re- d, NY B Harrison. Md M R Gliner, Md W Nuthall, do J P McCay, do J H Wilson, do J L Wiileon, do W ilitchcll, do L Parker, do Browns' Hotel?t r. h u. iiowk. J tfelivain, Pa J B Gharapioo. Pa W Lroffden, jr, Md Miss llarwsa, Va J 'j Data. U*LN Mhi Harons, do J P A McCoy, NB W 1) Barker, do I) S* ?rle. Pa WS Brow a, do il W Wall, (*o J Hmith. jr, Ala ?? W I a\ m, Md R T Libbey, Pn *. IU:.oot^.., p. Mi*a I) l> R DWae Mr Vaa eului, NY F Brail. Md J K \\i| ham, Md H Levi, do H Yatea, Va ^ ' # I nlied States Hotel ?r. c. hackmkt. Re- ' il Lit eU, Va J |? Hannam. O ? S Dickiu on, do " H L B..nsef, .Ma-s W O Conover NY MU* L Dtverean, Ct II Lav<-n, Va ' K U* Montgomery, do G V Brown, J .^-settee, Ga J P H^igb a. |ajv pa W B Ellonheal, Ta Sit* Park# & cLCi Md pC'itt, oo J 11 ^cou, do Mr VVdiL:w/, 5ud W J Beattii-, SC Kirk wood IIout?J? m. Il a. aiaawono. J R Abho?t. NY OR Hi'len. NY T Kinu a lady, Pa T Per y, Md U Lewis, M< DA Card well r, r Barry, l'o R \V P tluae, O W Baxter, do I] acalon Ilonaa, Alexandria, Va. ?. NtwTOR, raoraia-roa. I. II Manly, Va TR Love, Va Jud?< J VV Tyler, do J M Johnston, do J J Litre.I, do G K Royall, do T B Nalle, A L'hapaian, do L Briscoe X lady, do , R M Sirio.'inc. do e XcretiUi, do D Uaakios, NJ SEW POSTAGE ACT. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC AND 1NSTRUC-! ? __T TIONS TO POSTMASTER8. ^^OTICEis hereby piv?n that, agreeably to an I* act of ConjruM approved March 3, 1F55, the following ral?* of poaUg*- are lu be charged on and after the firtt duy of JiprU next, in lieu 01 those low established, to wit: Oo every single letter conveyed in the mail be tween place* in the United titates, for any distance sot exceeding three thousand mile*, three cents; and for any distance exceeding three thousand miles, ten cent*. From and after the first day of April pre-payment on letters is required?excepting upon such as are to or from a foreign country, or 10 officers (f the Government on official business. The franking i privilege remains unchanged. ! Prom and after the ftrst d iy of January, eighteen 1 hundred and fifty six, postmasters are required to place portage stamps upon all pre-paid letters on which such stamps may not have been placed bv 1 Uie writer?. J By the 31 section of the act the Postmaster Gene nil is authorized to establish a uniform system for ^ thTT '7.n,0f "8ble leUe?- This provision of the law will be earned into effect, and special in stiactions therefor will be issued to Postmasters as dTtribated neccs8ary blank* c*n ^ Prepared and | JAMES CAMPBELL, Postmaster Gen'I. Fost Ovnet I)k-artm?nt, March 8,1855. mar 10?3tawt April 1 RETURNED TO BUSINESST~~ f^ORr^ER CUSTOMERS AND THE j ' have this day opened a new stock and am prepared to get up all orders in the very best style for those who may favor me with their patronage. J. HIGGLES, Merchant Tailor, D ftrect. 304, next door to the southern Telegraph Office, Seventh street, mar 26?eo6t WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. | Office Washington Ay edcct, 1 P Wa-hingtoii, March 7, 1&5. j R< 'POSALS are invied for graduation, atone and bnck masonry, dams, tunnels, and other works of the Washington Aqueduot. Proposals received up to the 8th of May will be opened at noon of that aay. Maps, profile*, and specifications of the work will be ready tor examination on and after the SiOth dav of April next 7 Proposals will be received for the work of particu lar culvens, bridges, kc., us d* scribed in the plans and specifications. 1 Portions only of tome of the works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu ture appropriations by Congress The Engineer re serves the right to prescribe the amount of work to be done and rate of progress under such contract for each appropriation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shall be stopped until funds become available. 'n. c*se entire stoppag* of any particular work for want of funds, the reserved ten per cent will be paid, if, m th,-judgment of the Engineer, the work his been properly executed so far as it has gone. ,'P?p?Zni9 be mftde in 'P^e checks upon the r'f. Treasury, upon ?ue monthly CMimafes of Lngincrr. reserving 10 per cent.; and it will be a condition ofall contract-that the workmen shall ba p*'i th-iir full wage, monthly and m ?,,.Cic. All bids sh uld be sealed and endorsed " Prono sals tor work on the Washington Aqueduct." The Umt-d States reserves the right to reject any or all the buls should tney not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangement* a. n ay be considered most conducive to the progress of the Every off^r must he ncrampnnied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible i>?r sons, to the effect that he or they undertake that ibe bicder or bidders will, if his or their bid braecept./d enter into an obligation, within ten days, with r-bi and sufficient sureties, tor the completion li the work undertaken; said guarautee to be accompanied bv S* U,e Lni,ed Sta,M rtl3^?ct judge, ^ict attfirney, navy agent, or some officer ot the General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, that the guarantor? are able to make good their guarantee. I _ ? Form of G.arartee. I ToCapt. M. C Meig3, U. P. Engineers : \\ e, the undersigned, residents of in the State of-?.hereby jointly and severally, cove nant with the United States and guaranty, in c?.e | ae foregoing bid ol be accepted, that henr en a n^er tf,e acceptance of said bid, ?xecute a contract for the same, with e(V)d and sufficient sureties, to Perform the work or j lurnish the articles proposed, in conformity to the l terms of the advertisement under which it w\> made; and, m ease the said sbnald fail to enter into contract as aforesaid, we *uaranTv to make goid the difference between the offer bv the siij and the next lowest bidder. A. It. rlfSSS lo the h"1 of'?y knowllige and sufficient? ' ?uaranl,w M. C. MEIGS, mar j i ofEa^aters * HOWARD LIFE INSURANCE COM^ PANY OF NEW YORK. of Washington, Agent. HE Howard Lifu Insurance Company, tn-urnn log an Ample capital, and every facility for ex tending ,U operations upon the mo?l secure bas" makes every insurance against Life Risk* upon the' most favorable terms. 1 u,e Parties insuring upon the mutual plan are enti tied to a proportionate share of the profit* ; or upon the joint stock plan by which they pay a lower rate of premium, but do not shore profits policies are granted cither for life, or fo, a limited JssssSissr "? Persons insured in tins Company have Ihe nrivi Ten" 3 Nc?h one door east of ? mar 3-eolm . D- McPAKLAM, B2\T TXST Office Xo. aft^???>1wnia avenue, ncar' mar20_colm^ , nShmgtnn'f) C? United States Patent Ofllce, > Washinston, M?r. V2,1S55. f ON the petlMon of Chabl'8 W. Cofkla .v cf Sew Yetk, N. Y., praying Or th^ ?>xten?lon cf a pat ent granted to him fui an Improvomtnt in '-the manner of arranging the low prepfure steam ?ng>ne so as to adapt it* parts t? be u?el by ves-? e. for ocean s?rvica," for seven years from the explrutioL of said patent, which tites place on the 11th day of Jane, elghteeu hundred and fit ty-fire: It is ordered that the said petition be henrd at the Patent Office on Monday, the 28th day cf May, 1856, at 12o'rloek m.; and all persons are notified to appear and show ciu.**, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. Persons oppotring the extension are required tc file in the Pateat Office th?dr objections, sp^ially 3et forth In writlLg, at least twenty days before the d?y of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and trans muted in accordance with the rul>*s of the olti e. which will be furnished on application. The testimony in the case will be closed on the 18 th day of May; depositions and other papern re lied on as testimony must be filed in the office on or Were the morning of that day; the arguments, if any, within ten days thereafter Ordered also, that this notice be published in the Union, Intelligencer, and Kvening Star, Washing ton, D.C.; Ar^u?, Baltiato-e, Md ; Kvening Argu?, Philadelphia, Pa^ Beientifie American, New York and loqalr r, Cincinnati, Oh!o, onc^ a week for three successive we?ks previous to the 23th day of May next, the day of hearinc- g C11ARLRS MASON, Commissi.ner of fntonts. P. 8.?Editors of the above papers will please copy and send their bills to the Patent Office^ with a pa per containing this notice. m%iQ >?.^Sw United States Patent Ofltce, l Washihoto*. Mar. 21,18a5. / ON the petition of CuiBLKti P. IliB*, of N. York. N. Y_, praying for the extension of a patent granted to him for an Improvement in "the man ner of making the slides *f fxteurion tables," for snven year< from the expiration of said patent, which takes place on the 224 dzj of Juu-, eight een hundred and fifty Are: It is ordered, that the said petition be heard at th? Patent Office on Monday, the 11th day of June next, at 12 o'clock,m.,and all persons are notifiedtc app-ar and show caus*>, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. Person* opposing the extension are required to file in the PatentOflice their otyections, specially set forth in writing, at least twenty days bsfore the dayol hearing; ail testimony tiled by either party to be used at the said hearing must be taken and transmitted in accordance with the rules of this Office, which will be furnished on application. The testimony in the oase will be dosed on thr 31a t of May ; depositions, and other-paper.- relied on as testimony, mu^t be fil^l in the office on or befor* the morning of that day; the arguments, if any, within ten days thereafter. ordered, a ao, that this notice be publiuhrd in the Union, Intelligencer, and Eveuing a tar, Wishing ton, D. C.; Argua, Baltimore, Md ; Kvening Ar?us, Philadelphia, Pa; and Seientlfij American, New York; ouo? a week for three successive weeks, pre vieus to the 11th day of June next, the day of hearing. CHARLES MASON, Commissioner of Patents. P. S.?Editors of the above papers will please oop? and M>nd their bills to Ihe Patent Office, with a papei containing this notio* 22?Th3w A YEiR'loo,t OF FAlH'rt and An ai^nUfic Du-?7De7j?f IS", ? volume PRANCK TAYLOR. PROPOSALS FO* KAIL BAGS Post Orrici DupaRtmbitt. January 12,1855. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at thia Department 4inul 9 o'clock a. m., of the 33d of April next, for furnishing for four yean from the lit day of July next, in such quantities and at such time* aa may be required and ordered for the mail service, mail bags of the following description, to wi t Canvas Mail Bags. Sixe No. 1, (43 inches in length, and 62 inches In circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, weighing 15 ounces to the yard Of27 inches width; the yarn of the fabric to be doubled and twisted and five-fold. . , . Sixe No. 2, (41 inchea in length, and 48 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvnss, weighing 15 ouneea to the yard of 27 inchea width, and the cloth to be woven in every respect like that of the first sixe of bags. Sixe No. 3, (32 inches in length and 38 Inches In circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, weighing 10 ounces- to the yasd.of 22 inches width, and the cloth to be woven as above described. The canvass bags of sixes Nos. 1 and 2 are to be mad" with a sufficient number of eyelet holes, and provided with strong cord to secure their mouths. All are to he well and distinctly marked"!/. S. Mail," and to be numbered according to the sites above specified. Leather and Canvatis Pouches. Site No. 1. 48 in. in length, and 60 in.circumference Site No. 2. 41 do d* 48 do Bite No. 3. 36 do do 42 do Sixe No. 4. 36 do do 36 - do Site No. 5. 26 do do 28 do The body of the leather pouches Is to be made of good and substantial bag-leather, well tanned, weigh ing for Nos. 1 and 2 not less than 8 ounces, and for the smaller 6ixes not less than 7 ounces to the sq. foot; the bottom and flap to be of good tkxrting leather, well tanned, and the same to be well and strongly secured with the best iron rive a, well tinned. The canvass pouches are to be made of densely woven canvass, sj an to resist water, or at feast equal to that of which the pouches now in the service are made. Leather and Canvass Horse-mail Bags, (in saddle bogs form.) Sixe No. 1. Body 48 inches long, and 42 inches in circumference at the widest parts ; ends or bottom-* of s ime, 14 by 2tJ inches Bite No. 3. Body 44 inches long, and 36 inches in circumference at the widest parts ; ends or bottoms of *ame, 12 by 24 inches Site No. 3. Bo ly 42 inches long, and 32 inches in circumference at th? widest parts; ends or bottoms of same 10 by 20 inches The leather horse mail bags are to be made of good and substantial bag leather, well tanned, and weighing not less than < ounces to the square foot, and the scama to be well and strongly t.ewed ; or, if rivctted, to be so done as not to chafe the horse or rider. The canva?s hor?e mail bass are to be made of the same quality ot fabric as the pouchcs above do scribed. % Canvass and Leather Drop-letter Pouch's, (with fide pockets.) Size No. 4. 30 in. in length, and 36 in circumference Site No. 5. 26 do do 2* do Cauvats Newipaper Mail Bags. Sixe No. 1, (48 inches in length and 62 inches in circumference,) to be made of cotton canvass, weighing at least 15 ounces to the yard of 22 inches wi<ilh ; ihe ysrn of the fabric to be doubled ajid twi -ted and five fold, and the bag to be ?? constructed as to ho locked and to have a handle at each end. Site No. 2, (41 inchcs long and 48 inches in cir cuiuf?ii-ace,) to be of the same material and man ner of construction sixe No. 1. Propfwai'i {or improvements in the construction of any of the atiove-described mail-bags, or in tho ma terials thereof, ^re invited ; and the relative value and adaptation fo the service .-.swell as price of such im pro vein :it will be considered in determin ing the lowest and best bidder. No proposals will be c'neidcred if not accom panied with sample* of each article bid for, showing the construction, quality of materials, and workman ship proposed, and also with evidence of tho com petency and ability of the MddcrtooX'sCMe the work according to contract. The specimen- must be delivered at the Depart ment on or before the ?3d uay of April next, and will, in connexion with tfce pru:?*ala form the basis of the contracts. Ifpeciiaera d-poei'ed by bidders which uny with safety cenveuienco be used in the mall service will be paid for at tfce rates pro posed by them. A d cision on the bids will he medr on or before the first day of Way next, and the ladder or bidders chosen will he required ?o eeter into cor.tmet on or before the 15?b day of Ima next, kUii bond and sufficient sureties for a faii&fu! prrfcrxuctc of the obligations as entered -Ml?. All the artieles contraried f->r are to be delivered at the contractor's expanse, at P.ojton, Massachu setts; New York and Buffalo, N. Y.; Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pa.; Baltimore, Md.: Washington, D. C.; Charleston 8. C.; August-v Ga.; Montgomery, Ala.; New Orleans, La.; N^hvTJJ-, Tenn.; Louis ville, Ry .; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Hi. Louis, Mo., in such quantities and at such times as the Depart ment may require; and they are to be rigidly in spected before delivery, and none are to be received which shall be inferior to the specimen?< or stand ard bsgs. To enable bidders to estimate the number of the different kinds of mail ba^s which will probably be r'-quircd, they are informed that there were fur nished for the u*e of the Department, during the year which ended JO h June last. 2 135 leather pouches; 3,978 canvass pouches; 430 leather h.irse mad bags; 605 canvass horse mail bags ; and 17,110 cai.vnss mail bars. The proposals should be endorsed " PropotaU for Mail Bagi," and be addressed to the " Potimmster General." JAMEd CAMPBELL, jan 15?lawl2w Postmaster General. INVIGORATING CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE. TYEALTZI RESTORED AXD LIFE XX LBKGTHBNED, by L>B. MCil&B'S INYIGORATIR-} ELiiiH OH COHDIAL.?At fcrst the I ties attribn"ei to Pr '. MQR8XTS INVIGO* Al/NG ELIXLK OA CORDIAL war* dwmM (nbalous. The puMh c?Iji deaelv-l, mill not brlirc* ?h<5 si*npls and subline truth* ?tncunc%l bT thA d!s?cverer.? But facto, uncleiiiabie factaat'.eetod by witre?#?e oi the highest clau a&d character, are now triotoih Ine ovar all donbta. INCUHDUWTY IS OVKlt THJ610WN by a i&*fs cfte^tusony which la perfect!? Uresis table. The Bintia rc:sMUs6, la aU the deplorable evils arising from eiaj*~reor abuse cf the various orgaaa .?hl?h -v.** up *:he?7o->i'-'ful machine oniied .aaa. It restOies to full vigor every deUo&te fu no tion connected with that mysterious era pound agency of matter ?nd nifnd, necasjary to tha repro duction rj human life. To perilous of feeble mo?"o* lar frame, or deficient In vital pewer, It Is recom mended na the enly means of communicating tli&t energy which is ne:eeeary to the pro per enjoyment oi ail tha natural appetites, as veil a: the higher mental attributes. Its beneficial effects are not oon fined to either ht or te any age. The feeble girl, tha ailing wife, the lir.tle**, ernevatr*] yonth, the overworn man cf basinesfi, the victim of nervouj d? ernssiun, the individual 6jff>ring from general 'Je Uity, or from the weakness of a single organ, will ail fiiid Immediate and permanent relief from the use of this inoomparabie renc.vetcr. To thbt>e who have a pre-llnpoMtlon to paialysio it will prove a coiapibtii and un^iiKag sctdguarU y;?intt that urri bie malalv. There axe many, permps, who have so trifled with their constitutions, that they think thems-dvea beyond Uie reach of modl rine. Let not even these despair. The Elixir deals with direaee u it rxiste, without reference to caose? , aad will tiot tiily remova tne dlaorder lUVif. but ttXBUlLD THB BBOKlkN UOtiaTITXJTiON The derangements of the ajitem, leading to nsr vow iiaeaaee, and the form* of nervous disease it* aelf, are so numerous that it would rrquire a column lo enumerate the maladies for wfcLh tM- prepare* ration Ls a epecina. A Tew, ho?ov?r, may be eautue rate-1, vis: neuralgia, Uu dolereaux, bealarhe.incip ient paral j ?is, hysteria, pel pitation of the heurt, spi nu! affoctiona, in uscuitr debility, tremare, (UtiUenoe. ? pnehing sensation in the fiaMh, numbness, torpid ity oith- liver, meutal deproailou, wecJtneaj of the will, indisp.iv.uon t? mcve, tnintnefia ufur exercUe, broken eleep an i terrifying dreams, liability to re main in one place c l position, weaanau of the pro* creative organs, sexca: incompetency, melannholv, monomania, fluor albns, s nking at tbe stomach, re male irroiralaritlM, a chronic tendency to mlscsr* riage, emaciation, and ail complaints growing out of a free iodal^enoe of the pacsioue, and all barrennea* thnt does nat prnaeed from crganie ceosoe beyend tha reach of medicine. WheDfver the organs to be eeted upon are free 6cm sa*&naatk>n or "trictursl dbjexces it ia averred that MORfiFB INVrOOnATlNO BLLXIR will replac: weiknees with strength, Incapacity wi sffldeurr. irregularity with jwifnrm and natural ac tivity, and f hia not enly ^fhout hasard of reaction, but with a happy effect on the general cr?*nisati' u. 4^Bear in mind that all maladies, n herever they begin, finish with the nervous system, and that the paralisatioe of the nerves or motion and aenaation is physical death. Bear in mind also, that for every kind of nervous disease the Kixer Oerdia! is the only reliable iteteratfon known. CAUTION^ Dm. Mo*re's IsrieokATma OoimIi Las been sotia terMted by sone vnprincipled persona. In future, all the genuine Cordial will have the Krister's fao etmile pasted otn the cork ef each e, and ;.he ihUo?ing words blown in the glaee Dr>|Motie'i lavlgeratlag Cardial, C. II. RTIkO, Proprietor, W.T. Cordial is put up highly concentrated, ha pint bottles. Woe,?per bettle- two ibr $*; six tot tU. 0. n. RING. Proprietor, l?f Broadway, New York. Bold by Druggists throughout tbe Colted Ptites, OMadas, and Weet Indies. AOMNTC, Washington?Z. D QUIfAK. Baltimore?8. 8. IIAN\R B'ohmond?B1WK1TT 4 BBBBB, TRAVKLUtf' > IREUTOKY. JfcS Mott Bodell'a Lint. NEW YORK, JILEXJINDRIJI. WASHINGTON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 1 PACKETS. mHIS LINE OF PACKETS SAIL8 WEEKLY 1 from pier 14 East Hirer, New York.and oflener ifneceeeary, and are composed of the foil owing ftm elass vessels New schr. A. V. Bedell, Bedell, ???. New schr. Mott Bedell, A. V. TredweU. Sciir. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. 8c1k. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander-in-Chief, Wngium, master. Bohr. Qrrenway, Wilson, master. These vessels are aM fast sailers, ond the imliM men of experienco in the trade, ani U?? only regu lar line of Wadiinrton City packet*. MOTT BEuELL, Wall stxoet, N. Y. 8. 8. MASTERS Si SONS, Alexandria. Ya. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?6m W asbington and D. C. cnnBWELL'l BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINE BETWEEN 1m "V NEW YORK BALTIMORE k BOSTON, SmB WILL dispatch a Steamer daily from Baltimore and New York, and twice a week from Boston to Baltimore and Baltimore to Ronton. This line affords unequalled facilities to the busi nese inen of the bistriet of (Columbia. The Agents at either point will receive freight and give a through Will of lading to Washington at the lowest rates ot freight and no commissions charged. Applications for freight promptly attended to by the following agents: A. U. HALL, 58 Exchange Pl?ce, Baltimore. H. B.CROMWELL, Comer Washington and Albany sts., N. Y. JNO. W. SOHANK, Jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf, Boston. FOR THE WEST AND SOUTIL BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. IMPROVE!) ARRAN J KM KNTS FOR TRAVBI.l IMPORTANT CHANGES Of SCHXDUDIt I nirr^wwn The lab* completion of the earn Central Ohio Railroad betwoen Wheeling and Columbus, uniting, as It does, by so short and direct a liar, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad wtth all portions of the West (and North and Southwest.) gives this route greatly increased advantages to through travelers in tbat direction. On and af?r MONDAY, Nf.*emb*r 1864, the trains will be run as follows: PGR THROUGH PASSENGERS. Two fast train* daily will run in each direction First?The MAIL TRAIN, leaving Camden Station at 7 a. m., inst**d o^H o'clock si heretofore, (except on Sunday,) and arriving ?.t Wheeling at 2 40 a. m. Second?The EXPRESS TRAIN, leaving nt 5 p. ra., instead of at T p. m., as heretofore, and mnniog through to Wheeling *n about 17 hcurs, reach!; g there ?t 10 25 a. m. This train will *t<-p at W?h ington Junction, Sykesvil!-. Monooaey, Hsrperls P-rry, Marfiiusburg, 8ir John's Run, Cumberland, Piedmont, Rowl?burs,-N?wburg, Fettcrman, F&im l"gt<?n, Osm<?ron and Mcuadrvi'le only, for vroo-1 and water asd meals. B-th tknse trains make prompt aai regular councctbn with the of the (>ntrel Ohio Road for Cambridge, Zan'sville, New ark, Oolumbus, Cincinnati, i<ooi*vilie, I>nyton, ?&ndaaky, Toledo, Letrcit, Indianapolis Chics*?, Ft L-^ui*,?tc. Pc.sseng?rs leaving llaltimore by the Mail Tra'n: will resch Cincinnati for dinmr next day, while by t!xe Express Train they arrive there at 12 the next night, being kept but one night on the route by eith-r train Passengers for the Northwest via Cleveland and all intermediate joints csn make a direct -onreo tion with i he trains upon tht Cleveland and Pitts | bur# Railrord at all times whan the Ohio is navlga | ble ft>r steamer* between Wheeling aid Wellsville, by leaving Baltimore in the Mall Train at 7 e. m. returning, the Trains ltave Wheeling as follews: The EXPP.PSS TR&1N at 4 30 p. m., reaching Pal timore at ?.50 a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.45 p. m . reechirg Baltimore at m 7 p. Through tickets by beat from Wheeling Ibr Clnci nati, Madison. Louisville, St Louis and other River Cities, *i'l be sold at a 1 times when the stage ; cf water will admit. Through i ickcts betwe-n Balti more ard Wasnington, and all the important cities end towns in the West, are eo!d at the Ticket CSioea of the 0:mpa?y. ? FOR WAY PA8BVN1BR8 THE MAIL TRAIN', leaving Camden Station will take pt-pfiructra fur all usual stopping places cn the Rcsd Returning, this train leaves Wheeling at 11.45 milnizht, Cumberland at 10.15 a. m., an d arrives at B*itii?cre at 7 p. m. THE PREDEBICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. tor Frederick and ibt?rmoji?te places, will start at 4 p. in- dally. (*zr?pt 8nn-'ay?) arriving in Freder ick at 7.40 It^urulug a ill leave Frederick at 9 a. m., arr'.viog at Cakimore at 12.33, noon THE SLUO-JTPd MILLS ACCOMMODATION will be run dally, (Vxcpt Sundays,) as follows: Leave CaxuJrn Stall, n at 6 a. in. and 3 p. m. Leave Lllicott's Mill* at 7.3d a. m. and 6.30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: LEAVE dally, esc.'yt Sunday, at 0 and 8# a. m. at.d 3 and 5 pm. On Sunlay at 6 a in and ipo. Leave Baltimore at 4% aud Bam; and I and 8 p m. On Sunday at iX am and 5 pm. The oonnestions with Baltimore k Ohio Railroad ibr the West are by trains leaving at 0 a m and 3 pm. For Philadelphia at J New Toii at t, and am and 6 pm. Por Annapolis at 8% a m and 6 pm. For l^onolk at 3 p m. T. H. PARSONS, Agent Particu ar attention Is oalled to the Rule requir ing a responsible voucher for any person ef eolcr w'.io miy wi-h to pass ov.r the road. dec 13?-utf ' 0BAN0E AND ALKXA1TDEIA BAILB0AD. Or. and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, ^HB Cars leave Alexandria dpMy for Gordons _L ville and intermediate stations at "X o'clock, a. m., on the arrival of the boat from Washington, giving am?le time for breakfast on board. Con* neeting at Manassas JuuctUn with a train for S^raa tur;;, at Warrentou Jar ction wit*! a train for War recton. and at Oordonsvilie with the trains on the Virginia Central Railroad for Richmond, Charlottes vil le, and dtaoaton. The ears ieave Oordonsvilie daily for Alexandria and intermediate stations, at W before 12, a. m?, on the arrival of the trains ot the Virginia Central tail road from Richmond, Charlotte ville, and Stauntcn. T.lltOUQH TICKETS. from Alexandria to Warrenton $2 00 M M Oordonsvilie...... 3 60 44 '? Charlottesville 4 26 " " dtaunton 6 00 " M Strasburg ??eeeeeeeeeeeee** 3 60 M 14 Lynchburg 6 76 ^ M. Winchester............? 8 60 I.uray 4 ^6 New Market 6 00 u . villMlkMMIII V WW M ? Mid lleburg 2 26 Por Lynohburf, connecting with the staged at Charlottesville, on Mbndays, Wednesdays, and Fri days tor Luzay and Haw Ma>k?t, connecting with the s ages at Oulpeper, ou Tuesdays,Thursdays, and Sat urday. Por Wlnchestar daily, connecting with the Itsges at Piedmont For Middie'uurg failj, connecting with the stages at tLe Plain*. Per order: W. B. BB00K1TT, Agent. bov T?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. ^ On TUB6DAYS and FRIDAYS. *'round trip 91; from Alex andria 76 cents?The THOMAS COLLY BR leaves Wu$birgt<Mi at 0 and Ahxandria at o'clock. Ck>?eh?s leave the Oapltol for the boat at 8# o'clk. Cimfli fore 'C oents. Persons wlsbiog the Coaches will Uave their resi dent with Geo. A 1 hcs. Parkas. llefreuiiments on the boa'. Oct 28?dtf SAM'L OBDNBY, Oapt VIIR HEW YORK *> LIVERPOOL UNITBD STATES _ MAIL STEAMERSL The ships oompruieu thib link arb TIIS? ATLANTIC, Oapt. West PACIFIC, Oapt. Nye, BALTIC, Oapt Oemstock, ADRIATIC, Oapt Oratton. These ships have been built by oontraot, express ly Ibr Government ssrvies; every eare has been taken in their construction, as in the Engines to insara strength and speed, and their aooemmoda tions for passengers are unequalled for aleganoe and comfort. Price of passage from New York to Liverpool* in flrSt ?? ???ess*?????? ?????e ?????? aeeeeaeeaeaa???????? 41? Second Cabin .?.???????????a??aeee?????????? a a a a a aTO Exclasive use of extra site state rooms ???????????e 300 Prom Liverpool to Mew York ?30 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. For freight or pavage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A 00., 66 Wall atreet, Ne? York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, iilYoryoou X. G. ROBERTS k CO., 18 King's Arms Yard, Lottos. JOHN MLNROE * 00. 98 Rue Notre Dame dee Yktoirea, Paris. GEO. K. DRAPER, Havva. The owners of the'e shipe will not be acoountable tor gold, silver, bullion, specie, iewelry, precious itones or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein expreeeed. aov 16?dly w f NAVY SUPPLIES?1855-^56. Natt Dwaitk^t, ) i?reau of Provision. an l Cloth inf. I g?A?ATf JBOKM ILS.^.Y^'iJL ? *>r #TT 8nPr"*?," win I f r. -e!-*t ?? thi. Barm until S o'blook ? ? 0? ?Ut.r ?? ,h wyy.fignct. tm log (no Tmiik| tea diyi' actk*, ftoiM'tor N?nit for which It. day, no*. *2% twenty thousand pound* required) it the Cnltai State. nary-yard* a'. Charltftova. Maaaarfcu ?n Brocklyn, Hew Tork, and Octpo t, l5SJ5JSS quantity, c?ty rf tbe f IteihgVrtl^. mB ' 2 required at ordered from the a*n tractors b? ?b? thief of this barvan. or by tha re?p?ctive wmuiiU ing officers o' tha raid navy-yardc, during tbe teal F?ar ending Jbm 80,1856, Tlx: Floor, Life ait, whiskey, fvga-, ten. eolfre, rfra, molMMo, vin?ga*\ pickles, bean. and dried apple*. The flour rh*Jl b? aaperflne, and rf the manufac hire of wheat grown la tha year 1863 or 1865; hot shall in all ease. ?a manufacture! from wbeat of J?T?P freceding the date* af the 1* qu'aitien for the runt; shall beperfectly a-raet, aid in all reapseU of tha beet quality. an a thai] be d-'ir EtJ? .hipping order, freeo' all charge to the "T' n w' w#ll-fee*mel, sound tright barrels, or half barrel*. ?? tfce ease mar bp? thertavaa and heaidgt to be of whi ewtkoftba beet quality, atrong and, with lining hoops arucd each Lead, arid equal iu qailtr t. ?ample barrel at said new yard.; two half bsrreta to be eoBsid-re-J ax a barrel, aid not more than or e * i.71 th* r?lair?i quantity t:> be 'n hall fcarrjia _I1* kmeuit shall b* made wh< lly from sw?#t u perflne flour, ?f the manufactured tbe y*ar 16i4 tr 1851, but shall in al caaea be manulacturrd fioa fl>ur mad* of the crcp immediately prcad nr h ia*M of the requisitions fjr the aame; and abtl te tolly equal in quali'y, and conform in aiae a id <hap? to the a.iinplea which ere d-posited in tfce P~**r,.T thorough 'ykilu dried, weJI jae>ed, sad deiversd free cf ??*FV2 Fn,t4^ *?*?? In food, aour.?L at!) wried, bright, fl jur barrels, as abote descried nith tha bead ? wall recur d ; cr in air ard water-tlpht wfil-key or apirlt barrel*, at tho option of thabu p-an, The wh akey shall be made wboVy from trail ionnd and merchantable, and be fi ty per wnt' sbove proof accord in r to tba Uuit* *tatee custom" hou8? rtandard. It fludl be de.i*er>d in good r , w. wund.brlgh .t.reequ r^rsho'p d, wdTi=av-n i aWte oak barrrU, with white osk h?ad?, th? Lr:, \? to be mUe of three piece head! r.g and well ;iaafc d; tne ataTee not to be lees than ^finch flick, anitt # ^ ^ ln3h ^ ; wxl each b-rr ih?ll be oxtp^rtd. ia addition, with cn* three d?.-u-t ro?ho?cn each tdlge 1^ inch in a?dta,and 1-1# b Inch thuk, and cim three-penny hoop on ea^ shune, I* itch in width, atdl 1C h inch thirk, pit d.ajram Ihe whelo to b? pu' in jrofd ih'rpinir *Zr' ^hargo to the United Btatos. The an^ar el-all be according to aampl-e i.t 'h? p?id nary yartje; and be dry and fit for packinir. The tea shell b? of gnoi qu*lity Youm Hysor. iquid to the sample* at aaid n*Ty yards. Ihe c ffeeshal te Lo beat Cuba, aoorrilcr to ?mp.e. The rice shall Ve of tbe t ry b?at qusli'v, cf , maiiaSly prcoiing he dates cf tha r I'ii?iti?nj f jt th1* sane. , rs ?>? felly equal <0 tfce vary Uit juality of > ew rfr.san* molwa-, a^J ahs 1 be del. v fred in we.l^earcced red cak tatr-1% with ?hi ? p n*'head* not let. ,ban H ineh th:ih ; th? le'fl ^ m~\ thL-k; the bsrr?> to te thr ? iu*rter* hx>p*?. and, in adJ tion t-> h^vj t.,ur iron feoops, cms onea-hb'ls*. H ?tch in wi 1th ard n - iKteenth ltcu tb'ck, and one on ea.'h ch nia 1 inch in wiufcl-, atd 1-16 itch thick, ani ?'i be sondUtlon J C ?pe <*1'nJ Fla't<J in '^b st ehi^f i. g The rinerar fhaMte of th- fl -it qnaiitr rk??- r'-c *gar, equal to the a'ai d?rd of tbe United Mates I u-iai>e''ns a, and sha I contain no other th?n Mefccarid; arifLiil bade le r-din Larrels a mi ,U re?pect? ?o three- r->quir?i :or m 'as ?, rith tbe ere p.ion th it teViV r.ak fta-r- s and b< a la rh?U be scb.s^tuted for red oak aa'esaadahte p;ne hiads, ana ?bn'l be thoroughly cocp??d and pla?M la the best ahtpping crdie. The pi'kles ahall b?puti;p!n ir-nbot-nd e^L?. fcad each oa?h ahal! coota n cr-e gallon of ocio-s Dne gallon c f peprers, m l th rte?a galloaa rf .null Bucucberj, acd the 'mre ab'ed in ?-ach shall we'i h e*^.J cn,y ,>e rai<1 fcrI *** *** EMk BhsH tben b* flilea wit'i wfcit- w ce Tint-par o? SL ci 1 *id eqoal to tr a L ceff-r. tt^> owk<, r>g4tablea. and vinegar saal: confcrm and be e;utl in all reaped* to he ?empVs dep. e:ted at the a'>r>Te cum-1 navy y**ds. and tb? wntricton shall warre-.t a-d gasranty tha-tLov vd, ke.p good and so and fcrst t*oy^r3 Th?- b aas shall be rf the very ben cuali'v w ite beans, and sha'l b<j of th# crjp uumedia'e'v irtced leg the dates t f he requisition f r th* *a re .WI r-rp ?",ehl,"i b? r fth* t qua'itv, and wa l bef repa>ed ly .1tn-dryinff only, and sba:! be of the crop of the autumn imrr?41?t?:v prrcciinp ! fr*T ?^iae raqu sit'ens jor the k.h,,. AH the fiweKom? d scr Wl art'elea, embracing aik^ barrels, half barrel- and tuxes, Pb,n ru a' the chief of thi* bur > mi ,h/v "eCi', to be !pp inted Ly Ibe ^avy Le^ar'm-rt A.I fn>p*etiocs to be at tie ??K iLT0fy; Btc jit ra'?.,r- h w.ver, le inapc, ; aiat the pI>ceof manu fa-tuie, butwiil in ail case? be sutuect to a final inspection at tae pUtd if dtiiv ery b^iore bid* are si<n,4 therofor. The price? of kh tbe f&r*go:n^ artic'ei to In tK? rame thr:rgbout the roar, Sd b d" ra mav cff'r r one or more article?. r All tbe c*ak?, tarre's, and h?lf barre*!!, boj?7 rr [?cka^s.aVa'lbe marked win tL?ir contentT^d the aontract r*a nine All the harrela and ha'f barreU of 11-ur, br-ad, and pi kels thaU have ,0 addition t"> th? aVve, the ye?r ?hes iu*nnfacta;??.i or put up, marked upon them. The samp!ea referred to }n ttis adverti?em*n? era tho e a*lec ed fcr ihe ensuing fiscal y?,r. and V.r hiblef'1?* 10 ?* H'V: b tH **'CWCtt^y Tha quantity of these articl ij which wil'. bo r* tly^?a<bSt?ib8 PncLe}* sUUd- Tbf* trobi _ To ba rlTdrM for S0"-,; , 1 200 bblj per hb' 1,600.0001* perlO) !ba ?h 8kfy 85.0C0 ga.'e .per?i| 5"ftr 200.0001 a._pTr|b 'i0,WJ01b* p-rlb 2??" 10W)Hb. i+T\h 1VT 200 000 lbs r*r lb iO 000 ga:.? per a; 1 ?.sln# ? ?:?" ?.<X?0 bu- h.... i?T bash r ^"V 30.00U ga s per gui t rifd apples ? 50.000 lb< Fer lb Pickles 130 001b. Jerlb iimfn?2^ntital?v0f 4nyIor ?*' m?-T K* increased or '.mlnished as the a^rvre may hereafter r?.ini-e The contracts will ther?f-re be made, not f^r -peci ic q'landt e-, but for -u?h q ;ar t ties^ J the I JtotbSy " 10 b? d'liTer, d at th?^ "'^ Jarda re *?Llm'*ne at tb? wh>re -> K tW^Ui7d mU,,t at rucb no<le'*y m?J ?Hae in turriabin* what nay be rq iired; and wh n a <*nti-aetor fail? Mromp Jy to coin^iy with a rrquieiUon, the ChieJ of i??ar,efUil ^O^itionaand Cl: thing .ball S a horii^i to direct purchase, to be made to Vunn'v il ^5e*?af?\vnd'r tb? P*??lfy t0 b? exprecsJu in ? ntrtrt; th^ re^oni of a rt-qoiiltl^n, rr t darli Veropythw^fat the Bureau cf ProvUions Vnd lothtag.^r at ei her of the navy-ytrds afor.aa'd -b ???*?? 1- Si *Ed biJd?? ?boee propcsfl. ia^ ' (*nd t.cce cth*r*) will be f rtHwstv ?{Sits! M ~.trST!u ^">"i tr "*? hT**?r *f proved suretiej, in a sum eonal to h. ertimatod amount of t ie r^p^tive ro^?i r!n ll wSellffW,? tt* *** CeDtam ,n ?d2itSi u*3 ?im en from the ainrunt of all n*wwi??.*a iHs-rsl? S3S-' di?~Dfc?,ty with this undarsuS5ing enuTTnlET ^of^L^ acro.n?^^d f" di iona ? for lie mv^ ?;an,?, Ot hf artkl" proposed. Tfce bureau ?i 1 ?irf 10 <?Mlder unless aocoml anied by the guarantee required by law tt. JtttT ggeWTM ttj, ,o% 'th. ^5TT dlstriotor aome offl^r 0| f?^ernm?nt knows tr the bureau. ?ctnd 11 tbe ann <"d Jo at rrmlnti . ny d?" >? ?ot of the 10th 1?S! ' * 0n to irngrm mrmi JK ? ? SVfSgJ $2i*Z?i. "-? <1 supplies invited br th, 0 for r* nd<?r the proviio to the ren^?^ 0f th? NtTy? r tha navy, approved M/.pS tu;8?p",pr'*t on b ^ tr. i - ^ i - ?" ? - ? "p th?t the bl<k*er cr bidders win. If Us or tbifT b?d ba A awep:?d, enter Dt3 IB ohlLsti n Ininebtlms.* mar ba preee iM by the Fsewsry of the JU?7 altb |oW and afiMciant soretire, 1t fer^fcTb _' prrf aao. he proposal aha I be eoa*4sred7n* ?ess sa-owp.atad by such guarantee. lr *fiw ,v# ate p'acc ? of a proposal and a eotill ntioa thereof iha biddf r or btf d> ??, h? or 'hey ah*lt ftall to atW Into ai obUgaHrs within the tlM prseenbed bv tZ B*e aiarr of 'b? Vary wfth goad and -tIi bi sac*. ties, for laraishtag taa tuppUas, then tfce (arm**, of tha Savy shall proceed to eontnet wibaiZl ether pmca cr parages Ser fa-nlehlag the ?M n. pl?e\ and shall forthwith iav? the dlf ersaes bL' twaao the amount contained la Iha arrataal m f?T??tW and *bs amount for wUeH k* May War* contraes! tor fnrelhtng tba Mid rappliss *rr tba wt*d? ? erlod of tba prop-rpotal to ba eha~ged us a a ta d MJd r or biJder*. icj bia or tMr nu: aitU>r<rfu>r<a)oi>: u<S ih?aia? m? ba immedl aUly recovered by tba United f U ?. for tba oaa of the Nary Dcpartm>at, fa an act*n of t'ab: against either or all of aa'd persona." rP?bik,Ka.T.J Jmjtt Raso'.LTios r*:?iT? to b.da for ?rori*km cloth)r,,-, tsd *?all etcrra f<T the u-eof the ravr Riootxrd by Vi* Smote anu Otmm of Rmrtomim hee? of Vie PntTarf Stn',, of America mi (W?n tcmbimi. That ail 1 i,'s for sunpltas 11 protMeat, clothing, and anal; stores for the use aTthe aevy may be rgjeeted. at the option of the department U made by oaa who fa act known aa a maaafeetarw of. or regular dealer in, the artiel- propoe*>d to He furnished, which fact. or the reverse. a unt la die Uyt'y stated in th- bid- offt-rrd; that tb- btdss* all pervns who mar bar- foiled to tvi^W with the conditions of any <*>atrart? tN?y m%r baae rrwW onaly entered iato witb tba United Ma taa sha.l, ? the option of tha d*p?i'm??nt, ba rejwted; ?>.?* If ? or* than one bid be < ff?r?>l for the aupply of aa articie oa aooount of any one party, either In hla own name, or in the nrma of hi? partner, elerfc, <r any otb?r p-raoe, the whole of eceh bMa ahaU ha re jerled at the optima of the departaMnt; aad that oa paitaera of aa* firm ah ail not be naoaitad aa anr? tiea for aarh o her; aad that, wheaaiar N may be deeated neoraaary, for tha intaraat of tha fo*er?. mant aad the health of the crawa of tha Cnltad StaUa Te^arla. bo procure particular brende ?f torn* whl-h are known to keep beat on diatant atatiaaa, the Bnrr an of (*rorMona and aad Clothte<. with the approbanoa of tha feeraUry of tha Navy, be, and haretj U, aathorisad to procaiv tha aaaa aa the beat teriaa. ia market oracL Approved 27 Mar.h. lWd. mar 47 ?laa4w AN APPEAL TO COMMON SKNS1. tnmi arrK iiai tbb ratrra. Carraia Bkmjami*?Wherever known bia Masl mony wttl b?> ronrlue*ae. Bat (eat Uiuae arbo not know the f?aptaia atiould be aeepuoai, Or. b*w~ eon k Bro., witii nthcra of tUc heat known and muat h'chiv reapectaUe citixena of Eaaton, aadoraa Um wonaerful core by hajotok's vsobtabli tiwcttu. CarroK, Oct. 4,1US4. Mrxrn. Mortimer 4" Motrbray : Grntlenx'ti?I feel it my diit^o ywa and tbe pah lie to certify to the effe^ta of Hampton*a Vaat-tatle Tincture. I waa for m<>re thin five year* laboriat wndcr a disease ot Chronic RtreiiruUi?in. anu the Crcat part of u.i.e i ?u *? bHpleaa th..t I had to be ItHped from my bed and Hr?.i?ed in my c'olhea I b-Cdmf reduced to a mere skeleton. All the m*d icinra I lo-k done me no food, and I rnmmued t? grow arrse. I heard of Hampton 'a Tiaciure end thn??*|it ! would five it a trkal. At tl^ tint I Jtd not ?-ifrf-/<t lo live one day after another. 1 |id iwk take it (the 7 incture) tor the Rheumatiam, but ia a *l?.?rt time I wai well. f that di?-a*e. Trom the effecta of yoar 'I incture and the help of fjod I ani now fcttiii" in yood health. I wi?h all th?- afflicted to try Hamptoa'a - Tincture, aa I have d >ne, with th^ aama njrot uiat it haa oa Your obedient aervant, laaac Bnjaata. Wc are acquainted with l?aa<; I). njami.i. raid him some of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, aau be ileve tlie ?bove statement correct. Dawaoa It Bbo. From our knowledfa of Captain Benjamin we are confident that the above rtatement ia tree and ua exajerated. J. a. Jonxaaa, _ ? , Ccttui K amac*. CaH and frt pamphlet# *atla. and a? rrtr, at Cough, Bronchltia, Rheum?iu?ro, N'eiti l?v? pepr?ia, Kervoutnexa and General \\ eakiie.g. A* a female mcdici??e or for deltea^ chiidiwa we it Uiiequalh-d. Sold by MORTfMEB h MOWBRAY, :*?Ba.u more street, Baltimore; and 304 Broadarev. h. Yotk Cu*s. Ftott k Co., J. B. Mooti, D B. Cuabi* CL4?f * Rowlino. W. Elliot, and H. McPai a soa, \\ arthir.irton ; also, bv R. 8. F. ? taaaL, Oewce town, an 1 C. C. Bimt, Alexandria, and by IVrti# everywhere. ^nB ???r COUGHS, COLDS, I10AKSENKSS, jB yiva ninntaa. TTYLER < COMforXD GVJt AkA'BfC XYRZTF. inwe^aln? d mead for thia * p'Tar rt. Rfcfe, ard reredy tor ali piltiaaai i di? asea. ha* enalied th* propriator tr mdnca tha prloa bo as to pltoa it wiUiir: tl?e rea*b of all rli an Iti seperiority over raoet eiiaiia* jreparations at> teated by ei?iceut phyrfeiana who bare rata eya wit .esse* cf |t? ef.cacr whan the uhslI retra if s hare failed; alao by thea?and of oar ?T?etabie cuit?na who kave u*#d it in thotr tanl'M* borh as preventive and can with never ^auc *'' iba l<et Iwmtj y*?ra, during which periol with very iittla aid trom tJrcrtlainf, Ac., ft hi fradualiy eprea^ reptstA ion cr?r the whole Union, in uu?ea of recent CkLU Coujht, ?oarukirjt, dr II inuQfJJit# mt-d ndly ?uin r cr two. without Interfering with diat or baaiBa 'o* re* derinp the ayaUm mora cuacepUHeoi Oc io. a chroDic caaeo, jirfAma, \7koey-mf VattgK, Orv?a Brvnc/utu, jfect?*u of tkt Ltrngt, aaJ Cenm* tun. itualwaya very btneficUl aad aeldom Jaii when ccBmencod in time to pvrtbet a -u:a Trice 2ft ?wd 60 ceits a l?cttle. Bold whe ara'a by Pa'teraon A Valrn, 8tctt A Co. Ridgely A Or. Alexandria by l'eai A SUvaaa. Ia Qeorget^rwn by Mr. Clanel. A?- TYLER'S QUii ARABIC C-f FDT DKGf^ ? aiia^iar coxapcailicn to tha abeve, but Is a ol' to and Bfrre portable fern; they act like a here, oa a trobh!atrme Crcfh, ani e!rar the tbroct and vol*; thry ocntafc no isjnrictta drnr a t> rartl w lar!y rr-^nreend*l fcr children. frM;ai?tar? o| ;ab lie aa*ertbli?*, pubije rpm-n. ?a*rra Ae Pri 18J^ and &6 nenue par box. fot ?al* at moat I'rug and Jandv tioreo. Oct IT?U PHILADBLPHU LAGiR BfcKR DEPOT, 381 Pa. ar-nue, between 4^ a?d 6th $tr*ct. Y17 E have at ail timea U?e beat Philadelphia La vv ger l!?r on hand, and ofler it now for ?ale lor (J per k< g, ai.d in quart bottle* for Al 50 imt dozen. r We send the Beer free of costa to all parts of the city. Many phraiciana have recommended this Brer as one ..f the heat remediea for weak ^tomacha. tnnr 5? lm' F. C. h W. GERECKE. GRATIS! IU8T PUBLIdHED: A NEW DI8COVERY IN MEDICINE! A FEW words on tha Rational Treatmeat with out Medicine, of 8permatorrhea, or Local Weakneaa, Nervous Debili ty, Low Hpiriu, Lassitude, Weak ?ess of tne Liibhs and Back, Indiapo-i siuon and Incapacity for Study and* Labor, Dullness of Apprehension, Loea of Metnorv ^ren1t0 S(%ety' L,OT* of S^"??ie. Tuaidnv, Self Dwtruat. Diaziness, Head Ache, Involuntary rhacharges, Paia in the 8ide, A*ecuon af the Eyea' Pimples on tbe Face, Sexual and other mfimii j.a in man. F?P& T,,E PREACH OP DR. B. D? LANEV. f he important Ibct that ihcae alaruinicOmpli^us maj easily be removed wit hoot Mediant s id 'J j amaJl tract, d,nTly demonstrated; aad tha'entirely new and highly successful treatment, aa adorned b? Um author, folly explaiaed, by me.i" '?gb cv i*16-,1" , l" cur* him?elf periccUy, and at the least possible eost, abiding thereby all (be ad vertised nostrums of the day. eea!edtenvHnL^dri**' ^U'' post free mS. <4 sealed envelope, by remitting (post rwiH two i*><i t B DE I ' Yoft- Jaa 17? PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. TIi? subscriber ha* always on hand a assort1 ment ol German and Ajiierie-n J?? v* AlllQll, fnyi) i),p ye,y ?t t^Aiiifb^Li, which he offer* for eJe at lower nr; ihrtn cap be purchased ip the .'fcstWrt o/ Coluni ia and i n the moat accommodating terms. Ail planus purchased from me are warranted to give aau?uc Old Piano? taken in exchange. B. REI83, rroTesao, of Music eb rouru*uUl Fifteenth stroeta. SFOR POOR AND LABORING MEN mall buildiks urrtor it fi -^ L ^rtoua parts ol the <?J! mmA 2 Prices, aad tanas to seju LlSfrJoo 5 g. . ^MhiPctcn, Georgetown, or SILVER AND PLATED WARE AT REDUCED PRICES W Eiw?T ??*** Of fle|aut COLD BUVUw/n ' EICU jEWXLRY, I T KB . v ABf? w ?rtaU> reduced rate.. J U".W'i^ ?l?wrll 'oexamine our assortnr nt,-?J he^ ii^b?far mo* fashioaeble, wtd ^ selected erer oftnd tooiir customers M. W. GALT k BRO, 3** Pcnn avenee, betweaa 9th aad l#th ste mar ia?tf 1?UJ ' \J LOUDON WALTZ. AlOMPOPED and dedicated to the ? nan; ladies V/t< Lsasburg, Va., ?y Prof. J A. Yorn?. A v?ry pleasing couipoaition, published ut?he Mueic Depot mar l?-U MfLBCS k HITZ. as O M iic

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