Newspaper of Evening Star, April 6, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 6, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. - ? ? - - XWIKO SOLACS ?T cnuuu BILL. The human heart ha? bidden treanxti, la secret kept, ia silence sealed; The thoughts, the hopes, the dreams, th- pleasures, Whose c harass were broken, if rsTealed. And days may pass in fay conftiaioii, And nights in noisy rio. f y, ?Me, lo? Fame's or Wealth's illusion, The memory of the Past may die. But there are hours of lonely muting, Such as in the evening silence come, **heo soft as birdi their pinions elooing, "The heart's best feeling-1 ga'het home. Tllcn in our souls there seem to languish A tender grief that ia not woe ; And thoughts that ooce wrung greea* of anguish, flow ciu*e hot some mild tears to flow. And feelinc*, once as strong as passions, Float softly back?a faded dream ; Uv own sharp griefs and wild sensations, The ta?te of other's ? ufferirg* seem, Oh ! when the heart Is fre?hly Meeding, How long* it for that time to be, When through the mist of years receding ; Its woes but live in reverie. And it can dwell on moonlight gl aimer, On evening shade* and loneliness And, while the sfcy grows dim and dimmer, Feed no untold and strange d?* ess? (inly aa deeper impulse given By lonely hour and darkened ro"m, To solemn thoughts that soar to heaven, Seeking a life and wo.i< to come. ? Tumish Brigands.?Two redoubtable brigands Hogia Oglon and his son Ismail for a long time caused great terror by their audacious crimes, in the neighbor hood of Adrianople. On the 13th ult., Rusten Pacha, the Turkish commander, ascertained that they were not far from Kisanlik, and he sent Deli Mustapha at fee head of a small detachment of troops to arrest them. The brigands fled towards the Balkans, but Deli Mus tapha followed them closely. Compelled to quit their retreat for want of food, they returned to their own house; but Deli, who was aware of their proceedings, soon arrived. He placed his troops round the house, and summoned the two men to surrender, but their only reply was to fire on the soldiers, wounding some of them. On this, Deli declared he would burn the house down, and he caused measures to be taken for executing the threat. The wife of Hogia Oglon then threw herself at the feet of her husband, and entreated him to yield, but the mis creant raised his pistol, and without hes itation blew out her brains. The wife of his son, a young woman with a child in her arms, then Knelt at his feet and supplicated him to surrender rather than run the risk of being burnt to death. But he discharged a pistol at her also, and she fell dead. Then seizing his yataghan and a brace of pistols, he rushed from the bouse and endeavored to cut his way through the soldiers. His son followed, also armed with a yataghan. But they were both overpowered, and bound hand and foot. They were then conveyed to Kissanlik, and locked up in prison. They were ordered to be put in irons, but no ring large enough to go round the ncck of Hogia Oglon could be found. This man is seventy years of age, but his strength is extraordinary, and he is of a most determined character. On being 1>laced in gaol he said, "Every man fol- l ows^is calling; mine is to rob; and if necessary, murder all I can." CTa" The amount of property of Phila delphia, belonging to the Catholic Church in 1851, which was exempt from taxa tion, was, $10,586,415. ZIT The Liquor dealers of New York city have determined to test the consti tutionality of the ordinance prohibiting the traffic in ardent spirits on Sunday. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS Soma. Leave For Dents. Umoo New York Havre Xpl. ????... Liverpool. .Apl 1] Liverpool New York .Mar *1 Washington. Bremen New York. Mar it America Liverpool....Boston .. Mar. 31 The California steamers leave New York m. the 5th and 89th of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Browma* Hotel?t r. a u. brown He** Barniu k lady? Va 11 OlJner a lady, NY J F Cooper, Ga J Owens, do R Bougla?s, jr 9C P 8 Metcalf, Ga W G CeDuc JMin C L Metcalf, do M H Garurtt, Ky J K Uarrac i t, Mass J B?aum<.o(, La A Wenabls, Va I Jones, Me O W Bayley, NU II Jones, .fo OF Whitader, Md I) R Henshaw, Del J W Taylor, Mo L B Blanchar.l, Tenn V A Kvans, Pa J Par^ons M! M Chapman, Md ? F?V\n*hf' (]i I> * ^cott, Ark R J Hill, do A H Graham, NC J A I amaber, Md J A Goi.over DrH II Brown, do Col G W Ewing, /ad A B Lyle, do R Ward, SC RJBoww,do J Franklin, Ky J H Lucfcett, do National Hotel- -? d. willaid J N Wjckoir. NY T H Nswboid a family, fc H Harlow, Mass . NY n E * Rhine lander, do PUN nil, NJ >fr, g n aieVt;nj J Burroughs, d i fc maid, d j J W At'am*, NY B R 8uv>-ns, jr, do E Hoole, do W B Clark, Md * R J Thorae, do L Easton, do TKaton. Mich T H (VSullivaa. U8A F K Readme. Pa BG Whitall, Va J hande*-, Va j M Morgan, do bu'd' FA Stockton, Fla I*"1* Va W T Stockton, do J W Riley, do Lt Duer, USN J W Burke, do A B Coo ley, Pa i ???! *, Ai,ch"""" ,"d ShfcSS/'* ' ?'?"*>? Mrs Hollys, do W L H-inter, Md 8 W Lackland, Va J Sheeiiey,do Wlllardt* Hotel--a. a. k j. c. wtiuu, Carvalho Iforaira k f?u?- J W Collins, Md jly, Brasil H Bell, do J_D Barnes, Va A Hunt, Pa NCBradfocd, C*J R H Cabun, do * ? Mrs R C Jones, NC U*N W W H ardtiis. Pa W M Doder HI A J Smith /USA J Hunter, Va W H Miller. O J Monroe k lady, O POdlin,Jr,do t nlifd States Hot*1?a. c. iackhit. A J ton*Idia, Va E D McMdlen k family, W H Hi.kerson a lady, Pi '' , . JTCatly k lady, NY J H 8cntt, do K r CouuHly and lidy, k. Flood, NY Md Col A 8c?daa, Mass T F Thomas k son, Va Dr C Brown, do H Wooleott, NY L fwiaaell. Va SB Walker, Va E C Billings, Mam A Davis, do Kli k??od Hoait?j. h k a. kiekwood. w H Todhunver, DC S Dillon, NC w 1 * Tknmpian, Mass VN w allace, Pa W K Nelson, do 7iilwnVvk son'60 \jMa'k My*NY JSISi va J r^uho'??n. do Manalou Iloass, AUiaadtU, Fa a. nwroi, raorairrua. J R Huber., Va VV J Cave V. vrr*?ci,u P G Lane, Tei G B Maul.*, do II C Filleb own, DC B T Dulaney da J A Carter, Va H Foster, NT T Mason, do R T Brown, do C A Rnd k family, Md A B Burton, Pa MrAmMe*. Va E H Kemper, Va T Y Allison k lady, III J A Adam-, $|-<s* H McMumgui, NT, E rf Harlow, do P B Ambler, Va E Fountain, Va J J AmMer, jr, do W (?vertoo, do N B Hill, do SB Brown, do G W ColrlnAO, do J Jett. do W B Baiker, do E K Basker, do J DeButis, do D L Rentch, do J W R do AM Hnowdeo, do . u *c,,h?*'y. j Fiizpatrick, Md .'.7 o,br'1' *ev do Townsent, NY ? Cal C8 Negoe, Pa I ELDORADO HOUSE, Pa. inmh, between Third end 4$4 VilllNTOII, n. e. CLKM BUT RITIOLDIi R(La? of Willarde' Hotel,) E8PECTFULLY retains thanks to his Men* and tbe public for tl??ir exceedingly libera^I pa tronage since tbe opening of his house, and be begs iomur th?m that they will always be equally pleased In ftiture diner his opening his large patronage has induced him to fit up two large morns, in a handsome myle where he Is enabled ?o furnish DINNER AND 8UPPER PARTIES, for from two to fifty persons, in an unsurpassed style M lo quality, as well as excellence. mar 90?enlm IH* MUTUAL Fill I?SUEAHCSOOMA HT 07 THE II8TEICT 07 COLUMBIA, CHARTERED by Congress, offers to tbe property owners of tbe District sarer and cheaper means oJ insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHA8. WIL8ON. Secretary. MATHEW G. EMERY, Tiaawrer. SiliSIU. . Ulysses Ward John Van Rbwtck Tbomas Blagden P. W. Browning F. Howard, Mathew G. Emery. J. C. McKelden. Office, Columbia Place, corner Louisiana avenue and 7tb street. Office hours from t to 6 o'clock p.m. feb 3fi?eotf LAW PARTNERSHIP. SUPREMECOURTOFTHEUWTP.D STATES. ROBERT J. WALKER and LOUIS janin liave formed a c 'partnership under tbe name or "Walker and Janin,"for the argument of cases in the Supreme Court of the United Slates, at Wash ingtnn city, whe?e both will attend throughout the future session* ol ihat eourt. They may be addressed at Washington, N. York, or New Orleans ian 1??eo3m* ORGANS FOR SALE. A SUPERIOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; and a line Rosewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now on exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair. They are from the mnnufbetory of HENRY erben of New York. For terms, fcc., apply to Prof. 8CHEEL, on 14th street, north of F HENRY erben teb 96 - eotf . BEAUTIFUL SPRING GOODS. WE have now in store a very large and splendid atotk of NEW GOODS, and having been bought at tbe large auction sales in New York We invite tbe special attention of purchaser* to call and examine for themselves before making their selec tions. We name a few leading articles. 95 pieces very rich black Silk, from 75 cents to $2 - 95 pe' yard 100 do rich plain, stripe and plaid Spring Stllrs, very ch? ap A large assortment of Spring Mousselinee, Chally d* Laine?, Ginghms, Lawns, Bereges, plain and printed 95 of the cheapest plain Crape Shawls ever offered in this market With an endless variety of new style Spring Shaw^ and Scarfs at greatly reduced prices Table Diapers, Napkins, Towelling, Irish Linen;, Linen and Cotton Sheetings, superior Shirt ing Cottons in great abuncance Which will be sold low for cash or to our prompt customers. Qg- We must insist upon the payment of all bills which have been rendered. COLLEY & SEARS, No. 593 Seventh st. 3 doori above Pa. av. mar 99?e<?2w GOOD INVESTMENT. I HAVE the following and other securities whirh can be purchased to pay from 8 to 15 per cent, upon the investment, viz : Iowa Scott Connty Bond 10 per cent interest, pay able in New York Sacramento do do do do St- Louis do do do do Illinois Central RR. do do de do Magnetic Telegraphic Stock, paying 13 per ctn*. dividend The highest market rates will be paid for 90,000 acres Va Scrip and Land Warrants. HAMILTON G. FANT, Banker. 439 Penn. avennc. ap 2? eo6t (UnionMnt) [No 53*.] Notice of the establishment ?/ the 9?Ue of Surveyor General of pubhe lands for the Tertitory of Utah. N virtue of the anthority contained in the act np proved February 21, 1856, entitled "An act to establish the office of surveyor general of Utah, sn-i to grant land for school and universi'y purposes," the President of the United States has directed tint the office of surveyor general of said Territory I e located at Great Sa t Lake City until otherwise or dered. Given under my hand, at the City of Washington this twenty fourth day of March, anno Domini 1W)5. JOHN WILSON, Commissioner of General Land Office, mar 29?2aw6w FINE GROUND PLASTER. CJ. WISE A CO. have always on hand, at . their Mill, a full supply of FINE GROUND PLASTER, which they are prepared to furnish to farmers at low cash prices. We have also made arrangements to deliver it at the Steamboat Wharf at Washington. Alexandria, Va., March 30?eoot* INVIGORATING CORDIAL A PHENOMENON IN MEDICINE ^ALTH RESTORED AND Uft LlINGTIIMNKD, b7 DR. 1I0R?B*8 INVIGORATING ELIXIR OR GOilDIAL.?At fix?t the prop-r ties attribute 1 to Pror. UG^aX'S INVIGOEATL-'G ELIXIK OR CORDIAL were deemsd fabulous. Tin public often deceived, $onklnot fa&w tbe d a*l* and sublime truthf announced bv tbe dlsoover?r - Bui facte, nudeuiabl* facts attested by witr as*** 0 tbe highest nuns and chara>Tt?>r, are now trtum: b lag over nil doubts. HiCMDULITY IB OVER THROWN by a cute oi testLsony which Is perfect Irresistible. The Muxia remedfse, In all caeer, tbs deplcr^ 1? ?viis arising fiom amuuae or abuse 0' the va: i' l organ/ which make u o the ^o^dr -ful machine uL?: sua. It restores to full vigor every delicate iunc den oennected with that mysterious oompour* agency of matter >n>1 ra<nd, neceaaarv to the imeho%cJ human \%Jt. To personj of feeble muscu lar frame, or deficient in vital power, ft ie reoom mended as tbe only meaaa of communicating tha? energy which In neceaaary to the prjper enjoymeat of allthe natural appetites, u well as the higher mental attributes. Its beaefidtl silects are not 000 fined to either aex or te any age. The feeble girl the ailing wlie, the listless, em* rated youth, the overworn man ot t>uslc?sr, ihe victim of nervors de pression, the Individual suffering Iron general de oility, or from the weaknes ef a single organ, will all find iamedlatt and permanent relief from the use of this in sou parable renovator. To those who have a prsdispocition to paralysia it will prove a oomplete and un&illag safeguard against that terrl hie malady. There are many, perhaps, who have ao trilled with their constitutions, that they think themselves beyond the reach of medislne. Let not ?van thee* despair. The Hilxirdeals with disease ao It exists, without reference to causes, and will not .alv remove the disorder Itself, but RBBUILD Til If BROS IN OONSriTUTIOK The derangements of the system, leading to ner vans liseaees, and the forms of nervous disease It self are so numerous thatlt would require a ooloun lo enumerate the maladies for which this prepare ration is a specific. A few. however, may beenume rated, via: neuralgia, tic dolereaux. b^aiache, incip ient paralysis, hysteria, palpitation of tbe heart, opi* na affections, muscular debility, tremara, flatulence, a pnitln* sensation in the flesn, numbueaa, torpid ity ot th H?er. mental depression, weakness of the will, indispn .ition te move, faintneas after exercise, broken sleep an > terrifying dreams, inability lo re main in one piaoe c r position, weakness of tbe pro ?aattve organs, sexual Inoompetency, melancholy, monomania, fiuor albus. r nking at the stomach, (?? male irregularitlaa, a rhronic tendency to miscar riage, emaciation, and all oomplalnts growing out of a free indulgence of the passions, and all barrenness that does net proeeed from organic causes beyond the reach of medicine. Whenever the organs to be acted upon ars free from malformation or strlctural diseases It is averred dollars invigorating rlixrr will replace weakness with strength, incapacity with efficiency, irregularity with uniform and natural ao tivlty, and this not enly without hasard of reaction, bat with a happy effect on the general organisation. 49"Be*r in mind that all maladies, wherever they begin, /hush with the nervous system, and that the paralisatkm of the nerves or motion and sensatfen is physical death. Bear in mind also, that for every kind of nervous disease the fflixer Cordial is tha anly reliable preparation known. CAUTION. Da. Momi'i Ivnaoaarnra Ooaaux has been ecua lerMte'. by some unprincipled persons. In future, all the genuine Coi-dial will have the Coprietor's fee simile pasted over the cork of each ttle, and the following words blowa in the g'-fr Dr., Horaa'a Iavlforatlag Cordial, C. II. RI1G, rraprlaiar, I.T. .d^TheOorUalispat up highly oeaesatratod, la flat bottles. per bottle: two for $1; Mx for fU. 0. H. RING, Proprietor, In Broadway, Haw Tark. by Draoists throughoat tbe Ualled States, is, and Wsst ladles. AQKNTf. '?Vashingtoa?Z. D Gil Mam iialtimuce B. 8. UANfflL Richmond?BBNNBTT A aan. r PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND NO. 1 Mb. FREDERICK PROHPERI bags leave to in form Mi friend* and former patron* that this baa been folly re-organized and is now unde? bis direction, and be is ftilly prepared a band of the moat Scientific Musicians in the city, to tar nish music for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pic Nics, Ex cursions, lie., at the shortest notice possible, bjr ap plying to FREDERICK PROSPERl, Leader, CH AS. PROS PERI, Conductor; I1ILBUS k HITZ'S Mo sic Depot, oc at PETER TALTAVUL'S, opposite the Ga,rrison, Garrtaon street. Navy Yard, feb 19-3?n? A RARE CHANCE POR A MAGNIFICENT PI ANO.?We hare on exhibitioa at the Fair at the Smithsonian Insulate, four superb PIANOS, which were made expressly for th.a fair and inay be relied upon as superior instruments. We will dis pose of them upon very reasonable terms, give any reasonable time on them, divide the payments into small notes, in fact, make any reasonable arrange ments to suit purchasers. We have also on band in store the largest and most reliable assortment of Pianos ever offered in this city, from the renowned manufactories of Hal let, Davis, It Co., Boston,and Bacon A Raven, New York. Old Pianos taken in exchange. New Music and an assortment of every article pertaining to the music trade. JOHN F. ELLIS, 300 Penna. avenue, near Tenth street. mar 13?tf FANCY MILLINERY. ^^^MISS AMELIA PRIBRAM and Sis-^^^ ^^?ter b?re?poned a FANCY MILLIN-HU HH^ERY SToRE on Pennsylvania ave-HM^ ^**nue, between Tenth and Eleventh *** streets, south side, No. ST7, and would respectful ly call the attention of the ladies of Washington and , vicinity to their handsome and varied assortment of | imported and manufactured MiMpery, latest styles; New York, Paris, and London fashions ot Straw, Silk, Crape, Lace, Velvet and other Bonnets. Also, dress and other Caps. All orders in the Millinery line thankfully received and faithfully attended to. mar 8?lm* WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVER AND PLATED WARE AT REDUCED PRICE8. WE offer our entire stock of elegant GOLD WAl'CHES, RICH JEWELRY, PURE SILVERWARE. &c., at greatly reduced rates. Persons would do well to examine our assortment, which is by far the largest, most fashionable, and best selected ever offered to our customers. M. W. GALT k BRO., 394 Penn avenue, between 9th and 10th sts. mar 13?tf "ssorewIrdT RAN AWAY from the subscriber, living in Not tingham District, Prince George's county, Mary lard, on Friday morning last, ths 16th instant, my nrrro man EMANUEL,who calls himself Emanuel C: u?h- He is about 25 years of age, dark complex ioi , has a full set of teeth, has a scare on his fore lit- nl, one on his right arm, near the elbow, is five feet eight inches and a quarter high in his booli. He had on when be went away a suit of drab cloth and a black slouch hat. I purchased him of Mrs. f'arah flarwood, Saratoga street. Baltimore, and she has a brother of his living with her; and his mother (a free woman) also lives in Baltimore. His wire belong* to John L. Dufief, Esq., near Darnel town, Montgomery connty, Maryland. I wiil give a reward of twenty-five dollars for bis apprehension, if taken in Prince George's connty, and fifty dolla s if taken elsewhere?in either case he must be brought home or secured in jail, so that I get him again. THOS. R. EARLY, inar23? lm P. O Nottingham, Md. SILVER WARK, PLATED WARE AMD FINE FA?CV GOODS.?Silver Coffee and Tea Sets, Sugar Bowls, Cream Jugs, Goblets, Caps, Spoons and Forks. Also, a great variety of magnificent Fancy Silver Ware, suitable for presents. Plated Coffee Sets, Castors, Baskets, Spoons and Forks, on best Albata. The articles are warraMed as represented, and wiil be sold at a small advance. H. SEMKEN, 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th street*, mar 29?tf 3^5 KEHLEHER k PYWELL'S COLUMBIAN LIVERY STABLES. Eighth, between D and E streeets, Washington, Horses taken at Livery. Hordes and Buggies for hire. Mcuri. K. k P. has on hand a fine lot of Horses for salt, and fresh droves are constantly arriving at their Stable. mar 29? 2w* NOTICE ?I rmiwi this r'ay anew assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of | the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods : as Veat Chains, Chatelaine, Bracelets, Pins, Earring*, Rings, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. II. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th st\ i New Point* put to Gold Pens at short no:ice. | Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29?tf LOUDON WALTZ. COMPOSED and dedicated to the >oung ladies of Leesburg, Va., *?y Prof. J. A. Young. A very pleasing composition, published at the Music Depot of HILBUS fc HITZ. mar 12?tf RICH BLACK SILKS of every width and quality, from 75 cents up, very ch- ap Plaid and plain Silks, Pink, white and bl'k watered Sdks for Mantillas White, pink, blue and mode col'd Shalleys White, pink, blue, green, corn and mode colored French Mousselines 15 pieces plain Berege, in every shade at 25 cents, very cheap goods White, pink, blue, green, brown, and mode colored Bereges, in fine quality 100 pieces Lawns and Jackonets in every quality Also, a well assorted stock of Domestic Goods All of which will be ??*<! at very low prices. Customers will ?io well to give us a call. WM. R. RILEY, Crrner 8th st. and opp. Centre Market, mar 31 -im IITATCHES AND JEWELRY.-I Yf have on hand a ?ood supply of fine WATCHES and JEWEL ?Y which will be sold very cheap to su>* 'he iaca. Gold Le-^C^L ver Watches as low r.s $25, warranted to^^^^ keep good time. Call and see lor yourselves at the store of J. ROBINSON, 340 Pa. ave., oppo. Browns' Hotel, mar 28?dim CUPPIN<rTND LEECHING. JULIUS EMBUHER8 YRTOULD respectfully inform the public that he ff is prepared to attend to the business of Cup i ping and Leeching at his Barber Shop, south side of | Pennsylvania avenue, between 13th and 13% sts. Calls promptly attended to iu all parts of the city, and at very reasonable charges. mar 31?lm* ? BAjrxure house of faibo 4 houbai, Opposite United State* Tfammry. BONDS, Stocks and other seevtttaa pnrehased and sold. Interest at the rate of six per cent pw annum al lowed on deposits when'left tor 20 4a ys or longer. ian ?Am Jan 24?6m PARASOLS. 130 very rich and cheap Paraeols, all colors S'raw Bonnets and Misses'Flats, great variety Rich Bonnets and Ribbands 190 dozen Linen cambric Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes, at f 1 50 per doien; we think a good bargain Embroidered and Clear Lawn Handkerchiefs in great variety 500 yards Swiss Edging, 19c., worth 25c. 90 dozen black Net Mitts, from 50 cents up, very cheap 25 doten best French Kid Gloves, all shades My stock u> large and well assorted, and pur chased at the very lowest prices. Customers w II be pleased to favor me with a call and they shall be attentively shown through it, and the goods offered at a small advance WM. R. RILEY, Corner dth St., opp. Centre Market. mar 31?lm NEW SPRING STYLE OF HATS AND BONNETS. EVANS, Pa avenue,4130, between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, to-day introduces the ^ new Spring style of HATS, a new and beauti ^ ful article; and also the new style of Flexibli^^b Hat*, and Gentlemen's Caps To accommodate the Ladies, and whose patron age he respectfully solicits, he has connect* d #n\ with his business the sale of BONNETS both Straw and Silk, together with fUbandsfpP in all their varieties. His assoitment is extensive, uid will be sold for at least a third less than similar articles can now, or have lieretofore been, proeured in this market. mar 31?lw SPECTACLES. OLD, Silver, Ligbt Steel, and Silver-plated VX Spectacles, suitable for all aits and all kinds of eyes. Also, Gold, Shell and Horn Eyeglasses. Pebbles, Perifocal, near sighted and aft other kuid i>f Spectacle G asses kept constantly on hand, and wir be set in old frames at short notice and at a imall expense. For sale very low by mna ? E. K LUNDY, No. 1SH Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C. mar 24? it OTHERS. W. r MEMBERS OF CONGRESS A OTH1 SILVER SPOONS, FORKS, Ac.-M. ... GALT A BRO. invit* special attention to their Mock of pure Silver Table, Dessert, and Tea Spoons and Forks, Ladlas, Butter Knives, and all oilier ar Bclesof pure Silver W.ire, which is largerand more varied ihau ever offered to llieir customers. M. W. GALT A BRO., SUA Pa. avenue betw. tfih and 10th fU. feb M-tf TKAVRLKRy l MKCTUKY. Mott Bedell's Line. & NEH' YORK .ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. ?T1III9 LINE OP PACKET8 8AIL8 WEEKLY 1 from pier 14 Em River, New York, and oflener ifnecfssary, and are composed of the follr?1? -?' class vessels: Mew schr. A. V. BedtU, Bedell, matter. New schr. Mott Bedell, A. V. TmdweJI. Scbr. Ann D., Wn. Oliver, muter. Schr. Volant, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commander in-Chief, Wogt'jm, Schr. Oremway, Wilson, master. These vessels are all fast sailers, and the master* men of experience in the trade, and the only regu lar line of Washington City packet*. MOTT BEDELL, Wall street. N. T. 0. 8. MASTERS k SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb 1?0m Washington and D. C. CROnWBLL'S BALTIMORE STEAMSHIP LINK BETWEEN T NEW YORK BALTIMORE h BOSTON, W' ILL dispatch a Steamer daily from Baltimore v . and New York, and twice a week from Boston to Baltimore and Baltimore to Boston. This line afford* unequalled facilities to the btui new men of the District of roiumbia. The Agent* at either point will receive freight and give a through bill 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, 98 Exchange Piece, Baltimore. H. B.CROMWELL. Corner Washington and Albany iU., N. Y. JNO. W. SCHANK, jan 14?d3m Foot of India Wharf, Boston. FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. Hi PROVED AREANJEMHNTS FOR TRAVJILI IMPORTANT CHANG Kg OF SCHKDUDEt 1 The late completion of tb# itral Ohio Railroad between ling and Ooiumbus, uniting, as It does, by so short and direct a line, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad with all portions of the West (and North anl Southwest.) gives this route greatly increased advantages to through travelers in that direction. On and after MONDAY, November 27, 1844, the trains will be run as follow*: FOR THROUGH PASJRNOERS. Two that trains daily wil' tun in each direction first?The MAIL TRAIN, leaving Oamdea Station at 7 a. m., instead oL8 o'clock as heretofore, (except on Sunday.) and arriving at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m Second?The EXPRESS TRAIN, leaving at 5 p m , Instead of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and running through to Wheeling in about 17 hours, reaching there ?t 10 25 a. m. This train will rtop at Wash* ington Junction, gykesvllle, Monocaey, Harper's F rry, Martinsburg, Sir John's Ron, Cumberland, Piedmont, Rowlssburg, New burg, Fetterman, Farm Ingten, Cameron and Monndsvllle only, for wood and water and meals. Both tfceee trains make prompt and regular connoction with th? cars of the Central Ohio Road for Cambridge, Zanrsvilie, New ark, Columbus, Cincinnati, Louisville, Dayton, Sandusky, Toledo, Letroit, Indianapolis, Chicago, St Louis, etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by the Mail Tr.'n; wil] reee*? Cincinnati far dinner next day, while by the Express Train they arrive there at 12 the next night, being kept but one night on the route by either train Passengers for the Northwest via Cleveland and all intermediate points can make a direct ? croneo tion with the trains upon ths Cleveland and Pitts burg Railrord at all times when the Ohio is naviga ble fcr steamers between Wheeling and Wellrrifle, by leaving Baltimore in the Mail Train at 7 a. m. Returning, the Trains leave Wheeling as follows: The EXPRESS TRAIN at 4 30 p. m., reaching Bal timore at9.60a.m. The MAIL TRAINatll.46 p. m, reaching Baltimore at ai 7 p. 4^* Through ticket* by boat from Wheeling fbr Cincinnati, Msdison. Louisville, St Louis and other River Cities, ?W be sold at a 1 times when the stage cf water will admit. Through tickets between Baltimore and Wasnington, and all the important cities and towns in the West, are sold at the Ticket Offices of the Oompany. FOR WAY P4SSEN1ER8. THK MAIL TRAIN, taring Camden Station will take peseengers for all the usual stopping places on the Road Returning, this train lsaves Wheeling at 11.46 midnight, Cumberland at 10.16 a. m~, and arrives at Baltimore at 7 p. m. THK FKKDEK1CK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, for Frederick and iotermedi*te places, will B'art at 4 p. m , daily, (except Sunday#) arriving in Freder ick at 7.40 Returning will leave Frederick at 9 a. m , arriving at Baltimore at 12.80. noon THR KLLIC0PT8 MILLS ACCOMMODATION will be run daily, (exorpt Sundays,) as follows : L*ave Camden Station at 6 a. m. and 3 p. m. Leave Ellicott's Mills at 7.30 a. m. and 6.30 p. m. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS: LBAYR daily, except Sunday, at 6 and 8# a. m. ard 8 and 6 pm. On Sunday at 6 a m and 6 pm. Leave Baltimore at 4^ and 9 am; and 6 and 8 pm. On Sunday at 4 % a m and 8 pm. The connections with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad for the Weet are by trains leaving at 8 a m and 3 pm. For Philadelphia and New YdVk at 8, and 8>$ am and 6 pm. For Annapolis at 8% a m and ipn. For Noriolk at 8 p m. T. H. PARSON8, Agent Particu'ar attention is called to the Rule requir ing a responsible voucher for any person ef color who m^y wi-h to pase ov:r the road. d*c18?dtf ORANGE AJTD ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, THE Cars leave Alexandria daily for Oordone ville and Intermediate stations at 7if o'clock, a. m., on the arrival of the boat from Washington, giving ample time for breakfast on board. Con* nee ting at Manaeoas Junction with a train for Strae burg, at Warrenton Ju ction with a train for War ronton, and at Oordonsville with the trains on the Virginia Central Railroad for Richmond, Chariot tee ville, and Staunton. The cars leave Oordonsville daily for Alexandria and Intermediate stations, at ^before 12, a. m., on the arrival of the trains ot the Virginia Central rail road from Richmond, Charlottesville, and Staunton. THROUGH TICKETS. From Alexandria to Warrenton ???eeeeeeeeeee* 12 00 m " Oordonsville 3 60 " ? Charlottesville 4 26 a " Staunton.............. 6 00 ** u Strasburg 3 60 ? ? Lynchburg...~.......... 8 76 u 44 Winchester.8 60 ? " Lur^y 4 26 - ? New Market 6 00 ? u Middleburg 2 26 For Lynchburg, connecting with the stages at Charlottesville, on Mbnday^ Wednesdays, and Fri days. For Luray and New Market, connecting with ths s ages at Culpeper, cm Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat urday. For Winchester daily, connecting with the at Piedmont For Middleburg daily, connecting with the at the Plains. Per order: W. B. BROCKET*. Agent, nov 7?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Far* round trip $1; from Alex andria 76 cents ?The THOMAS OOLLYER leaves Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 9>4 o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for tte boat at 8jf o'clk. Coach fore >0 cents. Persons wishing ths Coaches will leave their resi dence with Geo. A Thoe. Parker. Refreshments on the boat. Oct 28?dtf 8AM'L OBDNIY, Capt THE NEW TURK *> LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES STEAMERS* riE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE ARE THE-. ATLANTIC, Capt West PACIFIC, Capt Nye, BALTIC, Capt Oemstock, ADRIATIC, Capt Grafton. These ships have been built by contract, expreer ly for Government service; every care has been token in their construction, as in ths Engines to ins are strength and speed, and their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort. Price of paaiage from New York to Livirpool, in OfcblQeee ??? eeeee e?????? ?????? e eee*e eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeee $190 Second He bin TO Exclusive use of extra idMetatoi^ins800 From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be second until paid for. For freight or paasage apply to EDWARD fc. COLLINS A CO., ?? Wall street, Ne * York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO, E. G. ROBERTS A CO., L4f*r*wL JOHN MuStroeV OO? _ Notre Dame dee Tlrtoiren, Paris. GEO. II. DRAPER, Havrc. ; of ?Wpe wni not be aocr.untotle for gold, silver, bullion, rp<de, jewelry, precious tton-e or metajs, unless bills ef fading are signed , tbgy^ ?al- thereof thereto express*. i WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Orrtom Wuniwnw Acr wcct, WfklulM, March 7, 18M Proposals ir iaafcod ft* grnduati?n, and brick mnsoawy, dams, tuimeln, nnd oib** works of the W?bin|lM Aqoedoet Proposals received op to Ike 8th of * ay will be ooened at noou of that dar> Maps, profile*, aad specifications of the work will be ready for examination oo aad after the iiOth day ot April Prraoaala will k? received far the work of parti cu. u culvert*, lar culverts, bridgaa, fcc., aa described m the plan* and specifications. Portions only of sane of th? works caa be com pitted under the present appropriation, bat all th contracts far unfinished work will be subject to At tare appropriations by Ooafresi. Tbe Enginer r re serves the right to prescribe the amount of work to be done aad rate of profress under auch contract for each appropriation, and, in case of tbe appro priatfcm not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what worka sh*tl be stopped until fhnds become available. In cum of the entire stoppage of any particular work far want of fonds, the reaerrad tea per cent, will be piid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, the work baa beau properly executed aa Car aa it ban Payments will be made in specie cheeks upon the United Statte Treasury, upon the monthly estimates of the Ehgineer. reserving 10 per cent.; and K will be a condition ofall contracts that tbe workmen shall be paid their full wages monthly aad ia specie. All bids slxuld be ? aaled and endorsed " Propo sals for work on tbe Washington Aqueduct." Tbe United States reserves the right to reject any or all tbe bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements a. n ay be considered most conducive to tbe progresa of the Every offer must be accompanied by a wntlen guarantee, signed by one or more responsible per sons, to the effect that be or (bey unde. lake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, lor the completion oftbe work undertaken; said guarantee to be accompanied by the certificate of the United States district jadgc, United States district attorney, navy agea^ or aoun officer of tbe General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, tiuu the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. ftr* ?/ Cwi adsai - To Capt. M. C Meigs, U. 8. Espaam: We, tbe undersigned, residents af , in the State of , hereby, jointly and severally, cove nant with the United States and ganrnaty, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he??r they will, within ten dat s after tbe acceptance ot said bid, execute a contract for tbe same, with good and sufficient sureties, to perform tbe work ot furnish the articles proposed, in conformity to the terms of the advertisement under whacb it was mde; and, in ease tbe said ? tboaid fail to enter into contract aa aforesaid, we guaranty to make gold the difference between the offer by the aiid ?? and the next lowest bidder. A. II. C. D. T hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the above named guarantors are good and sufficient. E. P. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge. irar 7?eottlaySfcwtf (P.O. ??.] Notice of Withdrawal of certain Lands ta Wisconsin. WHEREAS, in puftuaoct of a joint resolution of Congress, eut'tl-d "A r*a>lution rxplata tory of an ai t (assed August third, eighteen huo dred and fifty four," approved Mai ch 3,1855, re!* t- j In? to the Fox and wiseons'n river giant, tbe ef fect rf which is to enlarge said gra-?t from three to five sec .Ions la width, the President of the Untied States has, by bis order bearing date the ninth day of March ultimo, directed that eertaln to wm hi p a situat-d lu tbe Ftatx or Wiaoomni, on each aide o? the Portege canal and the Fox river and the lakta through which It patses, (including 'he lands here t fore withdrawn and withheld far laid grant,) shall be withdrawn from sale or entry far any purpose whatever until fori her orders Nortci ia therefare hereby given that aaid lands aitua'ed as hereinafter described have this day been withdrawn from sale or entry accordingly, to wit: In the district of lands 8ctg?:tto aale at Maui sea ] North of the base line and east qf the ft urih princi pal meridian Townabip 12, on tbe lett bank of tbe Wieconein liver, and townahips 13 and 14, if range 9 Townships 13,13 and 14. of raoge 10 Towasnip 14, of range 11 Townships 14,16, 1 i, 17. aad 18, of range 13 Townshtpa 16,10.17 acd 18, of range 14 Towcahlps 17,18 acd 19, of range 14 Townfh p<% 17, 18, 19, and 20, of range 16 Towtsblpe 16,10,17,18, 19, 3D acd 21, of range 10 Tcwnsbipsli, 10,17,18, 19,20, 2lk and 22, of | range 17. Townships 16, 10,17,19, 20, 41 and 22 of range 10 Townships 10, j7, 18,19, 20, 21, 22, an<J 23 of ] range 19 Townships 21,22, 23 and -4, of range 20 Townships *3, 23 and 94, ranj'e 21 Jn the district of laods sul'jee' to aale at Mineral Poiht : North of the bate line and east of the fourth pnrd pal meridian. Townships 12, 18 and 14, on the left bank of the Wisconsin river, of range 8 In the district of land* sutyect to sale at Irtvcn' Podtt: North of the base line and east of the fourth principal J meridian. Township# 16 and 10, of range 8 TownsMps It and 10, of range 9 Townships 16 and 10, of range 10 Townships 16,10 and 17, of range 11 Given under my hand, at tbe Gaieral Land OfPoe, at the city of Washington. thi? third day cf April, Anna Domini oce thousand eight bond ed and fi ty five. By order of the President: JOHN WILSON, Oommiaekmer of General Land Office ap 6?2aw0w BEAUTIFUL WHITE TEETH. [ EALTHY GUMS, AND A SWEET BREATH L All who are desirous of obtaining these bene fits, atffculd use ZERMAN'4 CELEBRATED TOOTH-WASH. This delicious article combines so many periiorious qualities, that it has now be come a standard favorite with the citiaens of New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Dentists pre acribe it in their practice most successfully, and from every source the most flattering laudations are awarded it. Inflamed and bleeding gums are immediately ben efitted by its use; its action upon them is mild, soothing and effective. It cleanses the teeth so thoroughly, that they are made to rival pearl ih whiteness, and diffuses through the mouiii such a delightful freshness, that the breath is rendered ex quisitely sweet. It disinfects all those impurities which tend to produce decay, and as a consequence, | when these are removed, the teeth must always re main sound. It is used and recommended by all the eminen. Dentists in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and other cities where it has been introduced. All should give it a trial. Prepared only by FRANCIS ZERMAN, Druggi-l I and Chemist, Ninth and Catharine streets, Phila delphia, and sold by all Druggists everywhere, at 25 ' oenta per bottle. W. H. G1LLM AN, jan 17?3m Agent far Washington City. A BOOK WHICH EVERY BUSINESS MAN IN THE I DISTRICT WANTS.?The Washington City Directory, only 75 cents a copy, half price, can be had at ALEX. ADAMSON'S, on Seventh street, opposite to the Post" Office, Vvbcre he keeps con j stantly on hand a fine assortment of Blank Books, Pens, Ink, Paper, Playing and Visiting Cards, Gamea, | fcc. He is aigent for all tbe cheap publications, Magazines and Newspapers. London Illustrated Sews, Bell's Life, Times and Punch received by r very steamer. New York Herald, Times, and Tribune received every nicht and delivered to subscribers mar 3fr?1m ANDERINGS IN CORSICA, CORSICA; Picturesque, historical and social, with a sketch of the early life of Napoleon, translated from the German by Edward Joy Morris?price ?1 iO Lecture on English Literature from Chancer to | Tennyson, by Henry Heed, price fl 35 Just published and for sale at TAYLOR fc MAURY'S, mar 33 Bookstore, near 9th rt. R. H GULLET, Coaaiallsr at Law* Offioe aad reafdenoe ia franklin Row, oorner of K and Thirteenth a treat. ap?<5 6m H' CHARLES HASK. 1HS, Architect. 'Pa. avenue, between Tenth and ffimsirtft streets,) Washington, n. C. WILL continue to furnisbPlana, detail working Diawings. and specmgKuma o< buildings ? every description,and also tnTupRnntend their > roc tmm. fab l?i.i' THE SUPERB PIANO, MANUFACTURED expressly lor the late exhi tion in tbia city, by Bacon k Raven, and which received a medal, is now on exhibition at I our store. Thia magnificent specimen of auperior skill will be returned to New York at an early day, unless disposed of. We are authorised to sell it | upon very reasonable terms. We have also for sale that beautiful instrument, | manufactured by Hallet, Davis k Co., Boston, which received the first diploma at tbe recent exhibition. We have always on band a large and superior stock I of Pianos from the above manufactories. Old Pianoa | taken in exchange. JOHN P. ELLIS, 306 Peuoa. avenue, near Tenth street mar 33? NEW SONG. WHY DID I LOVE FALSE FLORA. words and mtasttf by W. B , ot this city, and dt.ii catrd to lnfi Allison, the tair Guitarist This song has a moat charming melody, lust pub lished and ior sale by HILBUS It 1IITZ ap4 All APPEAL TO COMMON SENSI, let tbi nci mil rwm nm. Carrara Bam a Bra.?Wherever kamra It * i?n moii 7 ?rill be eonrlMw. Rut * u know ike Captain should be ec?pocai, Di I. ?? It Bro., with otkon ?f Um Iwm Umti u .i t highly rMpemUe ciuxras of Frrmb, aado. + u ? wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S TMRiKI tUCTUia EasTOR, Oct 4,14^4 Norn Mortimer * Mov+ray : Gentlemen? I feel it my d'utv to y*n and the put lie to certify to the effects of Hampton's Vageou Tinciure. I ?i fcr more than in years laburr.. under i dinfut of Chrome KknaMim, Mi ttt treat port of that um i waa aa helpless that I ha*! to be helped from inv hod and dreaaed ie ">y clacv I became reduc< d to a mare skeleton. All the mad irincs I lock done me no good. and I continued I grow worae I beard of flampua% Tmeter* ik thought 1 would five it a trfkl. At this time 11 not a Xpert to live oat day after aa other. I M?>< take it (the Tincture) tor the Rheumatiam, but f a abort um* I waa well ? f tlia< diwasa. From llu effects of your 1 iacture aod the help of God I too now r-tting in good health I wMi all the afflicted to try Hampton's Tincture, aa I have done, with tha MM < it haa on Your akedjeat servant, Uaao : We ara acquainted with laanc ReMaam; ante bun aome of Hampton's Vegetab.<- Tincture,M* to dove the *bove auiemem correct. Daweoa k lia Prom oar knowledge of Captain Benjamin wo ara confident that the above atatement ta true and m ei&gerated. J- A. Jobmmr, Cbarlbs R'mason. CaH and get pamphlet* patta. and aee eoraa of Cough, Bronehltie, Rheumatism, Neurairia, Dya [K-paia, Nervousness and General Wiaknaa, Aaa female medfctae or for delicate childrea we beltm it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER It MOW BRAT, III Baiti more street, Balt'more; and 304 Broadway. H. York CBaa. Stott It Co., J. B. Mooaa, D. B. Cuui Clarrr h Bowltno. W. Elliot, and H. McPatt ?or, Washington; nlao, by R. 8. P. Ctesau, < town, and C. C. Brrrt, Alexandria, and by Drug riiti evarywbere. )m Mr COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, Roll of la FIto llBBiaa, TTLEM8 COMPOUND GUM AMAJUC SI RUT rrtHR tnrrenaiBg limed tor this mtA Rlaassr X aato, Md efllaadous ramody tor al paiBMr> diseases, haa enabled the proprietor tc rudam tbe prioe ao as to place It within the ranch M all rlwan Its superiority over moot slmtlnr prepa-ettons Is ab tested by Rtany eminent phyrtcians who novo beea dies have foiled; nlao by tboBran.1 ot our aatra <-pec labia cltisen* who have used It la tbalr tamllies both as preveatfve Md euro with b?tk foi'iag suc cess f>r the last tw?nty year a, during i-hlch parted with very little aid trom advertising he., ft ha crndaaily spread repute Ion over the vhote Uaha In cnees of reoent Obidi CtrngU, Homr$ma$, dt || givss Immediate relief, eed generally aurae La n day or two, without ii :?rferlng with diet or bustaei, er rendering the avatars mora irwptJWa of Ona, In chrocile eases, "xrtava. Wk ~ 9rvneKitit, AfflreUotu cf V* Han, it la nlwnye very WaoAalal. when coir, manned In time to i Prioe aa and M oasis a boule. Bold wholesale by Patiereoa A Ha Rldgely A O. Alexandria by Peal AI Georgetown by Mr. Claatl. MM' TTLKbTS GUM ARABIC OMNPT DROFR a similar comporitton to tha above, bat la a 1 Mi mar* portable furs ; they net Uke i a troublesome Cough, sad alear tha voice; they contain bo injurious drag, are . \rttcu larly reoemmanded for children. frequent*. of pub He aaaembliee, public rpeakera, eingera, A Price 12^ and M eents per box. For sale at most Drue and Oaady S*c-es. oetlT?tf GRATIS! JUST PUBLISHED: A NEW OMf ?VERT IN MEDICINE' A FEW words on the Rational Trt-a Jneut, with out Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or Local Weakness, Nervous Debit ty, Low gnirits, Lassitude. Weak ncss of the Lim*>s and Back, Indiepo-j ait ton snd Incapacity for 8tudy and' Labor, Dullnea of Apprehension, Loaa of Me> ?or. aversion to Society, Lore of Solitude. Tun !a?, Self Ditnnwu Diaaineae, Head Ache, Invoit '? r> Discharfcs, Pain in the Side, Alfcction of the ] ??*-, Pimples on the Face, Sexual and other inflrn. In man. FROM THE FRENCH OF DR B. DE LANB1 The important fbet that tbeae alaroungcomptolai may easily be removed without Medicine is, m tii ?nail tract, dearly detooustraied; and the eatlr*; new and highly aucceeeful Ueatment, aa adoptee ti the author, folly explain* d, by means of which e\ ery one is enaWed to cure hini*e?f perfectly, and *u tin* least possible coat, avoiding thereby all the .id vertiaed nostrum- ot the day. Sent to any addrcae, gratia, and poet fret a scaled envelope, by remitting (poet paid) tw? 'w-l age atampe to Dr. B. DE LANEY, No. 17 Li street, New York. jan 17?3m Military history.? Drinkwater'a Piese of Gibralur Schimmer's Sige of Vienna by the Turks Knolly's Russian Campaign of 1812 Jommi'i Military History of the Waterloo t > paign Buc ruckle's History of the Bengal Artillery NoIm's Cavalry, its history and tactics Gleme's Military Memoirs, Campaigns, Balu*-, and Stratagems of War Military History and Details of the principal cWV tary events of the la?t century, 5 vols Napiei's Peninsular War Napier's Battles snd Siejres in 'he Peninsula Samuel'a History ot the Biauh Armv Bntish Militasy Biography Gleig*a Britiab Military Commandera Slocqueler's Wellington, Robinaou's PictM, Ab Ron's Marlborough, and tnany others The Subaltern in the Peninsula Marshall's Military MisceliMy Schlller'a Tlitrty Years' War And many others of the same class, French, Enr lisb and American. PRANCK 1AYLOR. mar t23 PALMER S PATENT LEG. This american invention stands unrivalled both in tlua country and in Europe. It is worn by 1,000 persona, and with most astonishing success. In competition with 90 other substitutes of the best trench, English, Md German manufacture, it received the award of the ORR1T BROIL at the Worlb'r Exbui tioh ir Los dob, as the beat artificial limb known. In <his country it has been thirty times exhibited, in competition with all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal ciaes, Md has, in every instance, received the award of lh<; highest or first premium. And as a crowning honor, by the unanimous approval of m interna tional council, the " Firat Premium** - i only Silver Medal given for Limbs?was iwardr the inventor, at the New York Crystal Palace. PamptUets giving full information, sent gratis to every applicant. B. FRANK PALMER, 3TB Cheeuut street, Philadelphia. feb ~ ~ jf-JOLIAN PIANOFORTES jITa Another of these beaotiful instrument- aaau?. by T. Gilbert h. Co., Boston, cm bow be sees at our Music Depot. Also, a splendid papier mac he case parlor deon, made by T. G Gardner k Co , Conn. HILBUS h I1ITZ, 96 Star Buildmts. JOHNSON ON MANURES, 1 vol,London Vaux on tilling and vertilixiug Land, do Morfit on Muuku, Philadelphia DanaAi Muck Manual for Farmers, Lowell Dana on Manurea, New York Ruffia on Calcareous Manners, Richmond Brown's American Muck B<>ok, New York Practical Tnauae on Manures, by hr British So cieiy, for the diffusion of useful knowledge And many works on Agricultural Chemistry, on Fruit Cultarc, Bees, Cattle, Drainage, Tree PUsi ing, and other brauches of Gardening aad Husband ry. many ot them imported from abroad mar 29 PRANCK TAYLOR 'ID GLOVES*?Just received a superior leto? Kid Gloves. Also, a fine article at 50 cents. New style of Gent's Summer Cravats. WALL k STEPHENS. 3?? Pa. avenue, next door te Imp Hall. mar 96?iw PIANOS FOR SALE/ND RENT. rTMIE subscriber has always on hand a assort' 1 ment of German snd Amencaa PI-^ajLiA ANOS, from the very best manufacture which be offers for sale at lower priBBa than cm be purchased m the District ot Columbia, and on the most accommodating lerma. All Pimos pureluwed from me are warranted to ctve aaustac lion. Old Pianos Ukcn in exchMge. B. REISS, Profeeeor of Music, G, betw. Fourteenth and Fifteenth etm--*. eb f FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOTS of II fast er toerr. a various parts ot the City, aad Oeorjetova, a: lav prices, aad terms to suit LLOYD A 00. BUILOIRO ITOIRi ?0t sale, deliverable at the Oaaal. or Wharves la Washington, Georgetown, or AUiaadria. Lt4)n> A 00, llth street, epp Treasury DepartmM* iv a?1? ATCHES, JEWELRY. JtNb SILVER U'JtR-L Always on hand a large aatonmei.i ?d the above, v Inch ws offer at the tow eat rain.. M. W. GALT k PR<?, 8 AM Pdheveaae

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