Newspaper of Evening Star, May 17, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 17, 1855 Page 4
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EVE [fo* Tiir st*w. THE FIREiKlT Ke^peet/ully dedicated to tkt Western lion Company. II *w solemn the filing ib*t over Ue steal* In the da?knes* and gloom of night, When aPHmni from car sleep bv tue rtninons peals Of the xir*f b?-ll ; when the red light Flashes fitfully up in the murky air As if it would pierce the sky, And th? rirt mn'i shont in borne to otir ear Hy the blast rushing wildly by. When the watchman's cry from his distant l?eat Faintly fail ?ton the drow?y ear, Ard the hurrying feet in the ech*>m* strcrt Can be h* ard d net and clear. For, perchance, there are aching and tAarftil eyes X w vratchiug a bun.log home From squallor's low roof the flames may arise? Or from splendor's stately dome. Eat dreadiul alike, whether palace or cot, f all* a pr<-y to consulting lire i IVhtl t thousandsare tbrongln; around the fpot, Act the struggling tSamra asp re T<> btir*t or o'rrieap the tottering wall Winch iVebly restrains their mi^ht; Ar.d the rafters fall, an i the smok?, like a pall spreads gt jom o'er the terrible sight! Yet ?uch are the scenes to which cheerfully go A gallant, undaunted band, Through the huibiu r ? heat and winter'^ snow 2 he enemy to withstand. Then honor the Fireman?hia be the fame Which eve* attends the brave; For who more deserves an enduring name IT an he who battles to save. Wa-hing'on, May. 1*55. W. C. An A<iEi> and Desticte Clergyman.? T.lijah G Welles, a minister of the Bap tist denomination, about 70 years of age, who has far some time past had his lodgings at t<o. 11 Avery street, was two or three days since found by the family in the house to be sick in his room, and i.? an entirely ^^titute condition. Some clTort was mHr to place him in more comfortable quarters, and where necessa ry attention could be given; but the de fined relief not being obtained, Capt. Eaton, of the police, was informed of the case, and pro.ured a permit to place the unior.unate patient under the care of Dr. Moriarty, at the Deer Itland Hospital, whither he was yesterday removed. Last night he was very sick, and there is much doubt if he can recover. Mr. Welles has occasionally officiated in sev eral of the Baptist and Orthodox church es cf the city and vicinity. It is proba ble he has not ii^ade known his necdiul condition of late.?Baton Traveller. The Scmmkb Soxg.?We take the fol lowing beautiful and seasonable hymn from an ancient writer, whose produc tions, probably, some readers are not fa in liar with: ? Thouniakest, O Lord, the outgoing of the morning and evening to icjoice. Thou visitest the earth, and waterest it; thou greatly enrichest it with the river of God which is lull of water: thou prcpartst theni com, when thou hast .so provided for it. Thou waterest the j l-Jges thereof abundantly; thcu settlest the furrows thereof: thou maket-t it soft wit ii slower?, a ad thou blessest the tpr;nging thereof Thou erownest the year wi.h goodutss, and thy paths drop latncss. 1 hey drop upon the pastures of the wilderness: and the little hills re joice on every side. The p stures arc clothed with flocks: the valleys also are covered with corn; they shout for joy, they alio sing. That's So?Little girls are young la dies They used to retire at eight o'clock, but now they do not " go home till morn ing." They are charmed with opera ; they work cats t&at are no mousers, and birds that are no singers, in green and yellow worsted, but the moulding of a 1- r f is one of?4 the lost s.rts. '* They can till you who wrote the last new novel, the color of the heroine's eyes, and the rurve of the hero's nose, but seem totally oblivious to the fact, that their po r old fashioned mother is toiling her life octfor thtui, and the poor old mother is willing, but then we are not.?A loan y Knicker bmtktr* MO'. 7:\li NTo OF OOEaN STEAMERS. ;7ene. - Lemti For Zk.vt. f ill;-u>l....New Vork-.Miy 5 ' i'avr.- N- w York..May 9 Atn.:? .....Bo-ton .........Liverpool...May 9 L.iverpoc'.... Boston . .May 12 Ac New York..,'.iverpool ...May 15 r?.i li-J.e New York..May 19 Tut t _iuV>mia sxea?er3 leave New York on t:.e itb -ad -Uf: ?jf each monui. AlOUVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS K?U3:Sll rial*!?I D. WILL413 \!r r.r?<wne, M l M Tr.-aJwell, Mass 4; F IbrritfaB, NY Mrs Wh-tney,do H 'A ? liter, Pa M?-s Whiti:ey, do j V 'Xruatp, NJ Mr? Woodward, do j C s', 1'a H S Whitney and lady, ii .1 r-pria^or, do NY s? P C.ion, ?Vi* J Johnson, Pa l' I ienkin*, do Mr Brent, Md J Worole. Co U ?V Ueatli, do II W f-cof. Pa ST Stuart, Va P r? Torre, tC J U Young, NY <J r twac W E Howard, Md \V II M Taylor, O F brent, do <.< v M NtJ 11 Pye, do W M Gwyun, do K Morris, MJ Crowbi' 12otaI?t. r kg. aeowi, i: R Davtdsna, lad C A Sleklow, Kv A K f^aton. NY T. Pro liininme, Tex l)f A Scli*ab-, Pa Mies i'ru lhf.mcie, do ii S r:triiigfi'M, NY Miss fl Arehuncen, do \V I'reky, Va O Pianchie, La J M Peete, f a Mr Ba>l> k lady, NY 1? H ttoMser It lady, NY B Buffnn, do Mrs i* jftsii and cbildten, J E Weeks, do I la J C CiUwell, Va J Mapohwtf, Pa * K N Bowes, 2U ?> 1 an J Glass, O S :? Johit^, Ala B Darby, Md A J Peters h. Ia!y, NY J II Martin, Of: It Humphrey j, Pa T4 Yeartey, Ml j C r- |iarf?w, Mil J iaylor, Va W Farnham Mass Willards* a. a Si j. c. willaks A J? I canoe k, UsiN J S (Jlayl>ro<.k, Tenn r S V at-iaA*. lady, NY Capt hetliaan,do *r, Cuba J ChilJ, A'a / E^tt ra, ?.o J E Scrubs, Va PJ eiez, do J Frost, Pi Y ii A H uaUey, I'pA W Hunungtoa W II Fnuet, Ccl>a A fl Johnston, USA F Alvarrs. do E L Nicll'rfs, NY ? ' Alvru do (7 B Ftailb, Mo E ii? ViKujfA, do MP O', Mil J1" il? i, v*r.. Vela, do J O'Brian, Va 1- VV foster, Mass fwi ksrood ilOH*? n. & a. aiaawooD. S I) Lumpkius, Ta II llirper, Ta A Luil??r * * n, do 3 Wright, Ky J V Grw ?, Md Dr Hedges, Md .t fi Sejt^U, NY L K Hi^ht and fairiiy, A Header^*, IK- NY E W Ward, do li j Fsrker.Md J Se;k, U8?M A D Lincoln, Ma-s W i:okeit?, Va Dr CM^kt, DC {ulte.d Sttliil Hotal?>. c. nacxarr. E I ucj?. 'r Va J n Burnett k Udy, WC I. is llaikneas, -X U H Appieio* and iady, II KrotVMSj, DC ?1* ?a W C ll?f kiBJ, \ a J Tailwt, do itP.izer, N Y H P'.ekh&m, do 8 Atwaur, (itf r isilon Af*i#HdrU| Va. A HXWTOJI, fWMUTWU xir ii ail \l,l p B Crfea, Pa yr. i~7.I_. vv - TBIfalle.Va 11 Ml* M A Dov r, M.l jKi?s M liner, Md ? A Iluoiphr^es, Pa S SI TTwY G W Neiwe. XY ii VV Wi'siiirst^n, Vt ? 11 ^uyjer, Va e* A Puckifr, uo X '' . Sl? ve cer,?. H J5 !nan* ?; H Van:*-', to 2 MJ |i Tucker, L?C t FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to riv stock nf ?H>t.? HrjTTIWO P4T BKT f.EVER', ? and ladiss'watches Of first quality, heavy lb carat) ca?s. Also, SILVER WATCHES Tor boya. I off it them at greutly rcduced pricct. Tbc ir.ovt ments are selected witli gtcat care, and every Watch is irarrarJeil. Persons in want of a Hue timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. IL SEMKEN, No. S JO ra. avenue, 9th and 10th sts. mar 30 ? NOTICId.?I received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of \ ihe latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Good*: as Vest Chain!-, Chatelains, Brncclets,riiis Earrings, Rings, etc. Croat inducements offered to purchasers. 11. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th ami 10th st\ QQ- Neio Points put to Gold P?na at short no'icc. Diamond* remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 99?tf R' WASHIS6T0Jl SWti MlNDPiCT'EY, S. E. corner of Pa. av. and EUixnth street, Sole Agency for CIIIL.SON, GOULD & CO'S Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M POND fc CO.'S (ol Boston) Union Double-Oven Cooking Ranee, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating tw-. stories; Parlor and Cham ber GRAVES, Enanit-1 ed and Japanned Cooking, [fall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S : OVES; Piam, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; Bloek Tuj, Planished and Ja, aimed WARE in great variety. All of which wdl be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will c"dff>are favorably with any Estab '.ishment south of New York. An examination of my stock i?j?amestlv solicited ap 13?3m J VS 8KIRVING DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention to his new patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED method of setting Artificial], Teeth, with Continuous Gum?the v^ry PERFEC HON OF THE ART- This style of Teeth has the following advantages over all others, viz: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS. COM FORT,and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some others excelling. Public in spection is respectfully solicited. Please call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District of Columbia has a right to make this style of Teeth. N. B?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugced and warranted for life. Office and house at No. 998 E street, near the comer of Pennsylvania avcuue and 14;h street. apg*?tf TO THE LADIES." MISS S J. THOMPSON Jis mvy prepared to show our lar^J and '.veil selected stock >f Miilinery' 'which she has just opened, of the la ie-<t styte3 which we are s: lling at the lowest prices, aad^re cordially invtte the ladiea to call early and nave tho fsr--t selections. We would a!?o respectfully ca!J their attention to ->ur large and hand handsome stock of Fancy I'ertumery, Gl?>ves, l!'?aiery, &cr which we can seii at unusually inw price*. HUTCHINSON ft MUNPO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, First door west of Walter Harper & Co.'s. mar 28 ? PAINT AND OIL STORE. M T I'AmEU, HOUSE, SIOK & OSNASE?rAL PAISrEJI, JOUIS1ANA avenue, between Sixth and Sev J ea;h streets, No. 60. Residence No. 330 C street, between Sixth and Seventh has add-d to Irs present business the sale of PAINTS, OILS, CLASS and PUTTY, in small or large quantities. I The attcnti >n of* eepers is particularly j called to the convenience of t-iis arrangement as ' they can at all times procure HEARTH and other . MIXED PAINTS, of all colors, made ready for use | by a PRACTICAL PAINTER. : Oiders promptly a* tended to and respectfully so i liCited. CHE At* FPU CASH. may 2? Ira ( iEV. JOHN LANAHAM, PASTOR OP TIJR ?j EXETEU STREET, U. E. CHURCII ?A "*roig desire to benefit Uie ufthcted induces turn thus to cenfy. We chal enge any other medicioc to present snch a mass of tesimony from gentlemen xiid ladies of high standing of onr own wel!-kn<;wn citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON LHITIS, RHEUMATISM DYSPEPSIA, &c Baltimorb, January 24th, 1855. .Vewrt. Mortimer $ Mowbray: I take pleasure in sa\ing to you that I have used fr -'Ur'-Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit, r'rom a serious Mroat affection, my general health Vid become very much impaired, when I com menced to use *? Hampton's Tincture." I found its effects upoi- my gener 1 health most salutary.? tly nervous system and dijestivs organs soon right ed up under its use. I Lave several titans tec-Mnmccded it to my friends, and ir. every case, as far as I have been in tonutd, they have use it with success. Yours truly, John Lanaran, Pastor Oi Exeter st., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OK THE LUNGS. Ramior, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. Heart. Mortimer !f JVlciohrctj: I do here y certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and had four attacks of it I was advised to try I>r. (lampion's Vegetable Tincture I procured one ooitie, and after taking winch, I was satisfied that I was much bett- r; and th:;t, af er taking the fourth bottle, I was entir* ly well, and now I enjoy as cntid iM&iih as ever 1 did in my life. I can, and do. with jut Uie lean hesitation recommend the Tincture u? allpersons afflicted in my way. Toarj, - Cso. W. Wiazlst. CURE FITS?READ! Mafttolhe Sick than GoLl.?From one cl the most respectable Drngrsta in South Carolina. CQAaLBSTOM, 8. C. Sept. 21,1853. Mesjr.u Moan*** * Mowsrav:?'The sale /our lla-Tiptou's Vegetable Tincture is increasing jvery day, and every bottle sold recommends this raki.i le medicine to ihe atlheted. Several of oiu atanlers have liied it in different ctisca with aston ishing success, and are gett^g it by h^lf dozens. It u*s been tuund lo be the greatest leuiedy for riieu s*iic ail'octions, and a wonderful cure has been performed on u negro bov, surfering from Fits. 1 ?vill fnrnieh yau widi a number of certificates if you wish Una. I am, aattkmea j-ot:rs, W. G. Taorr. CaII a;:d get phinphlets giatia, and set: cuira of ] Cough, Bronchitis, Rheaniatfsai, Neuralgia, Dya ?eptu?, Nervou-aaw and General Weakness. A3 a fciiiaJc medicine or for dehcate children we believe it unequalled. Sold ij MORTIMER &. MOWBRAY, 140 Ba?ti more street, Baltimore, and 3o4 Broadway, N. Ycrk Cmas- Stott fit. Co., J. B. Moons, D. 11. Claeke Jlabks Si Bowlino, W. Ei.uot, and H McPue* hu4, Washington; al?>, by li. S. F. Ci skl, George town; aud C. C. Bzaav, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. feb 521?tr AN APPEAL TO~COiL2ION SENSE. 1ST TUB SIC* HBA* TUX T*lTtl. Captain Bbhjakiji?Wherever known h.j tej.i mony will he conclusive. But lest tiioso who i!c not anew the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. Daw son & Bro., with others of the beat known and most highly respectable citizens of Eas;on, cndoise hir wonderAil cure by HAMPTON'S VWBTABIJI TINCrTRE. Eastom, Oct. 4,1851. Messrs. Mortimer 5* MmWay : Gentlemen?I feel it iny unty to ywu and the pub lie to certify to tac effects of Hampton's Vcgetablt 'J'incture. I was for more than five years l&bnriiit under a dis*a^? of Chronic Rheumr.tism, and tin ?reat part of that time i was so h^lpie-s that I had t*? be helped from my bed and dressed in tnv c'othce ( b?-came rcduced to a mvre skeleton. AH the med icines I to<?k done me no good, and ! continued l< btoiV worse. 1 heard of Hampton's Tincture si'it thought f would give it a trial. At this time I did not expod to live one day after another. 1 lid nu tr.fce it (the Tiactnre) f>r the Rheumatism, but i? a short t.aie 1 was well i.f that di-t?b*e. From tlx effects of your 1 incture and the heip of- li ?i 1 au n?w getm.g m go^>d health. 1 wish all the afflicted to try Hampton 'j Vegetf t.* Tincture, as I have d me, with Uie .same eflVc'.liial it Laj on Vooi obedient servant, Isaac BeXTAVin. We are ncquuinted with Isaac Benjaniiii, ?oio him someol Haiiijit>ui's Vegetable Tincture, and bt <irv> the above statement correct. Dawson a Bno. From oar knowledgs of Captain Beniaiuin We an confident that the above statement is true and ub exogerated. J* A. Johnson, Chablbs R j*ins<>n. C-:i and get pmphlet* jratla. nnd see r:irt.< o Couch, Btonchitis, Riietinintinin, Naurkirla, Dvs p< pc a, Nervousness and General VVcakue^>. As a k-male medicine <.r for delicate childien we beli*.r? it unequalle 1. 8ula by MORTIMER h. MOWBRAY, I W RuiU more sUeet, Baltiiaore; aud 3?4 Broadws.v, N. VnrV Cbas. Stott fc Co., J. B. Moobb, D. 0. Clabbb Ciurvb *, W. Elliot, an I li. McPqbr son, Wa-Mfifcton: stto bv R.-?. F. Cissbi.. town, and C. C. Bbrbt, Aletandria, and bv Drug iristo ev?*-y* h.? ? Ian H?tr KIA8 ME IF VOU DARE !?.A new Walt*, very suitable lor beginners, compos* d and diti^am to Mi-s . Georgetown, by l?rof. W. Hunter, j Published anil <?r s;.ie at I1ILBUS & llirjt'g Mtt.dc Depot, Biay "J? Corner Pa. av. andTlih st. " SHALL ilORWl " AMD " CiSDLE* ?? 1800-4 WO. NAVV BSPARTMKST, > Bcreai- or Provisions and Cr/rrrtiRfl. I May 8, 1854. j PHpJn2?iSi iPdtf ?ndor?a "Offer fin is iT .Ptorf"? ?r ^>?rr for Ca ad ?.?*,?? tr ??Cff.u c*1tpJ ftTathLrhap' M U,V.a*6 mV Hwll! be re ?k,???u T,nk:1 3 o'c'^k p m., ?t> J'it ? y of Jun? tor fumish Kfl ? u?8' ^?n rBe#iv*n* twenty days' bo t^i ? .4 if naTjr y*rJ? at c -*rlcm, v. l4 ?,!ettP: U'ooklyn, Yrrk; and SwT/arMcw' eU*?h *u*at,u" cnly of the folj iLi '*lt-water vap and tha eandlas, for each of which eeparaf proposal a fnU?2!d?' b? required or ^ contractor by th? chief of this bu thl a'.u r... rfP-ctive eommandln* officii cf M "" mil?s Bo ea, shaving Co?1h. c~araa Pruslw, a avlng Combe, fine Pra.'h9*, scrubbing Qra's for Hat? S? s *' \ ,0 Jack-knire* Bru?hrS clothes Bsson., in Mogle cmm Rpttar, B?vy tm? R*i >r strap*, OrJway'j Buttons, navy medium P?i,-aore 7 Butccts, navy coat Ppoons pare Cation, Spoola r.f Vcfc 32 and lfl, 200 yarda S cor'a, eqi.l parrs ' handkerchief), cotton, fast color*. *S by 80 Incbe*. weiabt not leas than 2 oa. each, texture 8 by o to % in< h NWd1'letwSSf' K09 h 2,3)4 aBi *> drill-eye J, Ribbon, hat Left Fr-nch black, 12 yards toth pl-ce; width >j inch; tutare, 14 by 21 to 1<Z Inch 9 * /b 3oap, in cakes; each cake net !e38 than OS. Silk, tewing, blue black; wrapper Lot to exceed rz to the pound Threal, b'ack acd white. Marshall's beet quality lap?, wilte lir.en, 6 rarls ic length, A inch wide textur*, 8 by 0 to icch iape, black, twi<iod coUi>r, 6 yards in length, 'neh widq m Th-mble-, 8-10an.! S> 10 cir.met'r Muster J 8*^1, Jlin^rLran browa , Pepper, black, Slid t ar Pep; er r?d, American Bottles, ccUjvto, for mia'ardand pepper Uo-ks for h'trie', btst quality Kuxtard reed aid prpp-r, in t>* ravo s'"te, end bat i'ti and corii, art to \x Slivered at New Yo, k mty. salt-watxr boap?srparaU but for 103,COO Ibe soap must m4iuf?c;ur>d fr:m cocoa-nut OI , aca b* of ih.s b.-rt nuall'y denominate "white mU-waW ftoaj., eni delivered io cojfl strt nf b.xes of about ebv. n y fire pound* each, and, feft*r izspecticn.thoboxM ma?t b* hooped et euch enrt ?it the expense of the contractor. Ibe price to be uniform at all the yard'. TfparaU bid for 40,000 pounds. r r?*0 ?an-'i'e8 ?'Jrt \y Ameri an man af?tured, of l inT?^'a , Bterln-, C cnd!? to the xoiin.J, 8 1-10 inches in length, tix ?nd ea, No. 1, to w^lk aot less iban 14;> 87^100; m8'.t:n* p^int not to be iew thin 115 de-?f?es iahrtnhfit Xh? wick mu t be br.i l^d, anl oomrosed ot 73 co ton Jhrairts of the but quality cf t o. 27. he c to t^. da livered in g od b^srs, ronti*^ aboat 31 pounds racb, acd the be \ to be marke t witli the contra *t cr'k name aai the weight > fth? cardies. Ail the articles mas' he cf joodqua'lty. anl < ;n .orniable in all iesp^t? to the sunpUs deposi ?1 ?t said nary yarls aud ia this buieau. an-l f-ubj^ctto as eh insre?tion at ibe nary yard wh:re duliy r?d ?:s the ch.ef of the bureau m%y dirtct, the in?pert mfnt b8 a?''0i3t 1 l>' thd L.p.rt i Ad the articles t o be delivered free of acy iacl a^nta expense to the govertim?nf, in proper rem# g cr packcgei.acd ihe j . ice of c*ch art.c'.e must be ths fami a1 tlie rr-spet tire p'area of dalir.*ry. Paek tg-s in wht-h the above a t c a ?re 1 LvrreJ mii't ked with the: contents and tile oame cf th^ contractor, and be iuffc'ect to injure their ttnioo rirj safe keeping. * Ine contr-. tor must establish agencl-g at finch 6.a.ions cth-r th ?ti his res deace, tha' co c*elar may tV!!!, lu 'cr^,,Lle< m y be r~quir?i; and when the cooLrtc or or ajnnt fa?in pr mpt y tocora p.y with a i ?! ui it: n the Chief nf the i u reau of Pro visionsaudClothicg shn'l be ??U'horised to .irect put chase* to N> Bia,te to ?up?:y Lha deflcierry, utllieT 0 penalty u< I* exprui-^1 in the; tie r cord of a requi-iticn, - r a dopltcve oopy tbereo' ?>? Cl Prf'vIs:ons ?'*nd Clcthinr, or a't e ther ct the nary y,M? uf-maid, aba'l i- ^Id- ce th*. saih requis ticn ha? be^n made -nd re-eired. Two or more approred eun-ties In a F jm waal to wt.mnted amount of the c t,tract will b* re qn;rvd,ani tea per contumln addition wiilbe nith ei,?? omenta on account ' ' % co ,r?trral Becurtty, to its p r^ra ance, and not in any e-ett to be pa-J until it i". in all re p*; s complied with; 8f)d ninety pcr centum of the amount ci all d- i^e- i- made wUl K, r Hic by tt<? nary tgSnt within thirty ilay.? af<sr bill? to him*U d 6haU h"C Uvn Frp?ented r. ^'^7;?8 cf ciay t-obtained on ar II ?^u- u'tS7ynt ^ rt-nnuth, New Hampshire: Hoaton, W York, Ptilal -lphia, Bal imore, Norfolk, P.bsmoU, and ?t thi' b^r au i ItC?^L*r Ja^!cate of the lotter inf.rmin* a r? ' ?oeptac'? of hit proposal, win be de^me'i a n-uficaUon thereof, within the dl-anlng ot the act of 1846. tni Li, Lid will be mad- and ac cep.fd in oon-onntty with u?L.undcr?t-nlinir Efery offer ma-e must b* ac^-mpsn'ej di re'tel ir tj? act of t'ongress making Hp-ro'rl-ti 'ns for the navai a?rvica f-r t 64?-'4T. a. D-ovVd irth Augunt ISfi) by a written g-.ara ;t?o, P ^n-d ^you.? or more r^spr>nfiiole persona, to the 'If ct hat he or t.iey uoieriake that the bid l-ro- h!Id-r? will it his ?rit^ir bid b.t acc pt-d. enter into aa oblirnti-n within ten daya, v.ithgo.>l aad auffi.uent r,ir-t:e' ?wit luf hVh: PpUe3 prop w L T' ? bureau v ',l niJV ?,U5Cr'fiJ''r 'ry P f P" a: unleti ac companied hrtue tu:\ ao e required byUw th comp^teicyof th? gmnntes to b? cert fled br the .S-M, dia.ri. t or :b? . ^ r ol 2^ <?lidderi " *>U?1 to thaampUsnr.d ",criptton of artxci'.t reqwred as, in the ijuprc-imi m?OretreCep'U>!i.' a -?Utt tjU> r9i(i compjiriton toi.1 tie node be ut en the. articles <ffrrc>l and the samples and coiUrac , rcce vtng no ;t tha fall bebno th. m; and their ttfUionisalso par.? ularly directed t > the annexed i2S5?r m w ,o tiu act ?sthe ioth <*f Est-act from the act cf C<m?re*i approved August 10, ??19TL" 8 ^ it further enacted, Thai from and of t t?u art every pro oaai for na inriUd by the Seer t-ry of the Navy, ir"Vvf Pr?*ii0 10 tJla ?enoral *p;?rcpriatonT> J \ 19 n*T7? *P3roved March third, oi^htoea hun wrTi.tad Lry;thrr> ch%11 *? a^ompa. ied by a raaqrrr' ?gn#d by ?ne ?r ,n?r" r^p^si. h /7T th!4f h* or th?7 nad?rtake hit the bid -er cr biddom will, if his or their k;d be aj^pted, enter into an cblipaUm in aoch time as n\t^ ?.fr'*!TibS? }*y tbo 8acreUry of tbo Nary, MJi good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the suol frsTa^n*0; P1"0^' eha 1 ^ oonsidered nn 1*1 by m-rh Kuarantee. If after the thThfairi!??fa propfHal and a notiflcation thercof o tne bidder or biudcrs, he or th?y shall lail to nnt?r h^te aa obii<atif n within the time prescribed by the SL \ Zi il With gooi s"fflcitot sure nmLUma lie tuppdes, then tt e Secretary of th? Naty shall proved to c^ntrsc with some o ho. perjoa or usrnaa far fU-nUh-cg the said sub ri ?"f? forthwith ca i<=? the diff?rene? b^ twe-n the cmoant wntaim-J in tha proposal ao KUMantied ?nl th* am?mat for whieh Lo mar hare contrac oi tor turniihing the said supplies iop the wao.e rerloi of the proposal to be cha-jjid uo fwa.nat sa d bidil-r or btditra, aad Lis or their guar ?ntor orgusraa'or..; and the same mar be imuedi* ?i^e.y recovered by th^ Uuit-^d ?ta'?s, for ths use of ?.l ^ ^P**'10 *Bl? in ?n tctioa of Uel>t asa'nit either or all of taid ptrfoat." rPublle, No. 7.1 to bids for proTieiona, clothing, and small stores for the um of the nary/ t'Z ^Halc and nouu <S topnso** J-""L T1 ft Jn Amtriea w <-*>ngiess at j That aJ bidj for supplies of prorL-icns cloL.iu? rnd fiaiill stores fcr the use of the n-irr S.^^Ct?i*V.thef>pticn of tLe department, it madi by ore wh" is n?;t known as a manufacturer of. or regular dealer in, the article propyl to? Unrt'rT tVtb.U!h.,tBC.,'r.or rerer!?. must be ilJs <?10 :tly s.a^d in the bid* offered; that th<> bids of nil ?^.us wbJI mHJ h?Te failed to orinply witli the conditio n-j of aay oc ntr^te they m^y hare r.rer^ th? ont' eVlt0 71"1 the Un?^ ftatM ,haP.l. at the option of the department, he rejectad; that i: ? ?ne bl? h? tbe *upp:y cf aD article on accouutof any one party, either in hie i own name, or in the name of hb. partner!^ik,w I auy other p-rson, the whole of sncb bids shall be re ' j fted at the rpt,-,n of the departmeBt: and tliatof* I partners of sny Arm shall not be weired as auS ties for each o'her; and that, wbenerer it may U deemed for the interes t of tha goYrr^ 1 !?!!? ? w tsaith of the crew a of the United i ' hi ? Pr?care partiouL.r brands of flou4 wUch are knewn to keep beet on disUnt stations, the Lureau of 1 Tori*ions and Clothing, with the approbation of the Secretary of the Narr be to th. Siok Oi- be-t terms, io ma ket overt Approved 27 Mar Jt, Ua. a*y P? law4w - . L. J. niUOLUTOX, DEALER IN IOE. OJire an.1 Dep:t south tide F, next to corner I2f* ft. j 1CB KEPT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT THE OFFICE, which cau be had m lar?or araaH qua .I tim. ? 00^ office open from 5 a m. to 9 ? m 1?*-2in * BKJ'WN'S FOREdTtR, rv^n7^-]? directions or tlir planing a??? m tnaxtmenf of lor:#: treea. FttANUK TAYLOK. Pablio BaIs of TJiitod States Property *t the Havy-Yard, Memphis JT ord?r of tht Bama of Yardi and Dockr O N the 1st day of June, 1P55 the following arti v cles will lie sold to the highest b?dJer, a? nub lie anctipn, at the navy yard, Memphis, Tenncaree: Building Material, <flr. 113,900 hard brick ; 153,311 feet various timber and lumber 1,941 feel coping; 635 feet stone belt course 47 feet dimension stone ; S'J feet done curbinz. (undresses) ?' 25 perches rubble stone; 8,900 lb?. cut nail*, (assorted) 1,152 lbs iron spikes; 250 lbs wrought nail* I<,064 Welch slate; 9^5 feet ridge tiles 164 tiles, (30 feet long;) 115 window sills, stone 1,050 bushels sand; 1,675 lbs sheets ad 7G bbls cement; lot of lime 1W bushels chare >al; 6 boxes tin 31 boxes window glass, 57 lb* tasli cord 1,868 lbs sash weight*; llOhingea (assorted) 5 kegs white lead, 38 gallons linseed oil 549 lbs putty; 10 gallon* spirits turpentine 1 lb sugar of h ad; 910 feet tin guttering 20 lbs Miiap copper; 160 gallons sperm 6:1 1,0C0 lt? oil iron; 1,39S lbs new iron, (assorted) 32 lbs lior>eehoe mm; 12 bbis scrap mm 15 lb* horseshoe nail* 10 lbs solder 333 lbs blister steel; 18,000 lbs cast iron bell line hangers 10 lbs emory; 44 window frames 5 door frame*; 27 fhutters ?) pairs sash, (glazed;) 3 pairs s)sh 2U0 pieces white oak timber ; 3 lbs Russia isin glass 3 Ids Russia glu?; 150 Ib3 tallow 2j0 lbs hard soap; 1 lot of old castings 1 lot of tree nails; 1 lot of band leather 1 lot of lace leather 1 lot of oil cans ; 1 lot of jugs, barrels, hick ory logs, assorted wire, steel, nails, station ery, he.. and 4 'bs India rubber packing Machinery, Tool*, 4"c., of Various Descriptions. 5 ram;; 3 hoisting cranes; 2 derricks 4 setting fijs; 1C9 cart felloes, 2 cart shafts, 10 cart tiubs, and 214 spoke* 8 old raihoad cars; 15 axletrecs 16 assorted blocks; 4 spring bol s I scrubbing brush, 48 tire buckets 1G5 lbs ihain cable; 8 dating knives 30 locks, (assorted;) 5 tin laoteis 1 set wine msasures; 12 sa?h pulleys 3d mason's hod*; 55 shovel* 4 axes, (Collin'*;) 2 cylinders and caps 3 white wash brushes; 2 dozen . u-t buishe* 30 augers, (assorted;) 3 frame 1 saws 2 foot adzes; 1 whip saw; 2 scythes 2 hand burrows; 2 timber books 30 mortar boardj; 40 wheelbarrows 2 mortar beds, 26 trestles 5 pair platform scales;2 pair sizing scales; 1 French horse 1 wiring machine; 1 large thick edge 1 grooving tool; 1 baton stake 1 peak iron; 1 large burring machiie 1 set north tools; 1 pair soldering irons I pair hand shear*; 1 large cast-iron stake 1 soldering furnace; It work bMiches 16 water buckets; 1 sand screen 2 lime sifters; 9 a; or tar hoes 2 pair plonghplan-s, with bits; 5 tongue and groove pi nes, (at>sort?d) ?I sasli planes; 3 finishing do.; 4 do. (assorted^ 1 gri- (1 stone 1 pair 38 incli bellows; 2 St). 40 inches 4 anvil?; 4 vices; 3 sledge-hammers 4 cross cat sa?*s; 1 staving klock 4 sets tongs; 15 punches 26 hammers, various sizes n?d kinds 2i) b'.'lt tools; 11 screw wien hes 1 set shoeing tools ; 1 set blacksmith's tools in ropewalk forge shop 15 crowbars; 7 picks; 4 stone baggies 12 wedges; 1 paint st .nc; 1 pain^r's knife 3 sets chisels; 6 globo lanterns 5 hand s .ws * squares I set turner's gouges 2 bfoad axes; 2 hatchets, 1 sawstt 5 callipers; 5 - crew drivers 2 drawing ku vos; 6 nippers 20 dozen files; 6 gimlets. Pittsburg Coal. 119 tons best quality. MalcrialJrom Ropetcalk. 4,645 lbs hemp tow yarns; 17 do. old tarred do U.oOO lbs tow; 52 bbls best quality Wilmington tar Carti, Wagon, Gearing, ^ e. 1 wagon; 10 carts; 2 pair timber wheels 1 stra-.v-cutter; I pitch-fork 2 drays, together with a large lot of harness. Household end Office Furniture. 6 bureaus; 11 bedsteads; 10 washetand* 1 wardrobe; 1 pitclons 6 tumblers 2 water jars 3 s?f<s; 20 mahogany chairs 811 12 dozen office a..d hous; chairs 1 mahogany table; 1 centre table 2 se s dining tablet; 2 tables 15 office tabiee; tfsets shovtis, longs, an J pokers' 533j^ yard.; carp-tin?; 17 yard-* s'air do 4 hearth rugs 07 yards oilcloth 1 hall lamp; 1 hn*rack; 2 sideboards 2 parlor mirrors; 1 looking-glass f-r toilet 1 secretary; 4 cabinets; 1 iron safe 3 office stools; 1 ig biard, with mov able frame 2 ? bests of drawrrs, 1 biok case 11 writing desks 1 copper boiler for kitchen 1 pair fire irons; fi staves; 1 eight day cl ?ck Saluting bfittirx/y Con istiu* of 15 32 p muder carrouades, with their equipments cuuitt plete Small kedge, weighing 50 pounds. The terms of sa!e will bs cash, in specie, to be paid before the articles are removed from the yard, which must be within five days from and after tha day of *ale. If the terms of sale are not complied with, the property will be resold, on one week s public notice, at the risk and cost of the delinquent purchaser ap26-law4w DENTISTRY. RB. DONALDSON, Dentist, late of the firm of ? Hunt U Donaldson, continuen to manufacture en.l insert those beautiful porcelain ter-th, with or without gums, tor specimens of which (made ai;d de posited by the late firm) was awarded the first premium at tiie Mechanics' Institute Pair, recently held in this city These teeth are carved and shaded to suit each particular can*, and their re-emblance to the natu ral organs i h so perfect as to deceive the mo?i prac - tised eye. Paiticular attention also paid to filling and pre serving the u.ttural teeth. Charges moderate and all operations warranted. Othce southwest corner Seventh and D s's. - en trance on D. mar 21?6ui CANAL PACKET LI5E T3 P0IRT aOCKS 'lMIE Canal Packet CONGRESS having been J| thoroughly repaired, and pit in first rat* order, will commence running oa MONDAY,^^^ the 30th instant, for the transportation of pasamg* r? and light freight between Georgetown aao the above named point, on the most pleasing terms. The Boat will leave the whrf of VV. H. Ritter for the Point of Rocks on every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY, and FRIDAY mornings, at 7 o'clock, and the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on TUESDAY, THURSDAY,and SATURDAYS, at the same hour, stopping at the different landings along the line for the reception and landing of passengers and freight, going and returning Passage through either way .$2, shorter distances at the same That is to say, from Georgetown to Great Falls 50 cents; Sence* 75 ceuts ; Edwards Ferry $1.25; Manocrcy $1.50. Meals served regularly on board the Boat at mod ? crate rates. JOHN CROMBAUGH, Proprietor, CHARLES MERRELL, ap 23?lm Captain. TaaaauaY Depaitkbxt, March 5, 1855. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the holders of _ stock of the United 8t&tes deecrit?ed In the fol lowing notice of 3d Janaary list, teat for the pur pose of completing the purchase of ihe amount therein named, this depart neut will continue to purchase, upon the terms of said notice, to the ex tent of the residue ol the sum p.opo-ed not yet &b tained-say $1,153,585 05, if said Blocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: TkZAiURY Depabtmekt, January 3.1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders or the fol lowing described stocks of the United States, that Lhin department is prepared to purchase, at anv time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the ag jrogue to $1,900,000, in the manner and on the tct ms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition,.within the amount i.U'-ed, preference will be g vea in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the Uahed SutLS by the parties who are to receive the amount Hereof,, must be transu itted to this department; upon the receipt whereof a pricc will be paid compounded of the following parti ular?: i 1. The par value,or auount spccifiedin each ccr-1 tiScate. 1 2. A premium on the stock of the loan authorized by the set of July, 1846, redeemable November 12, 1856, of 2)i per cent.; on the stock or the loan au thoiiaed by the act of 1842, redeemable 31et Decem ber. 18611, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loan? authorized by the acts of 1847and 1849, a *d redeem able. the former on th?: 31st December, 10B7. and the latter on the 20th June, I860, of 16 per cent ? and on (he stock of the loan authorized by the act oi 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December. 1864, (commonly called the Texan indemnky ) d per cent. ' 3. Interest on the par of each crrtlflcate from the 1? of January, 1855, to the date of rcccHt and set tlement at the Treasury, with the "or to'aSSSS 0,raer) ofon?d?y,? interest .hHKSSfrS! "rr^" 7''1 ^ made <?* dmfts of ?^Tma"d%S.n' N<W Philadelphia,? the be cmit,cd 10 the ^nefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the 1 ri amry on or before the said 1st dny of March ' r At , JAMES GUTHRIE, nor 6- dtJunel Secretary of the Treasury. N' DOCTOR HOOFLAND'3 CELEBRATED (German Bitters, nmin it DB. C. X. JACKSON, Philad'*, Pa., WILL imCTUALLT CUKB UTBR COBPUBT, DYSPEPSIA, iACHWCB, Chronic or Ifervoni Debility, Diseases of the Kidney, and all dieeaeee mrtting from m dis ordered Liter or Stomach. Such as Constipation, inward Piles, Fullnr**. or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn, Lhxpust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Hour Eructation*? Sink ing or Fluttering at ?he Tit of the Stomach, Swim ruing of the Head, Hurr r 1 and difficult Bieathirg, Pluiterng at th?; Heart, Choking or Suffocating Henratioi s ?h< n in a lying Posture, Dimness ot Vision, Dots of Webs beft re the Sight, Fever and Pull Pain in lite Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness oi ihe 8km and Eyes, Pain in the Bide, back, Chest, Luni*, fee., Sudden Flushes of Ileat (turning in l he Flesh, Constant Imagin ings of Evil, anc great depression of Spirits. 11HE proprietor, in calling tue attention of the ? onbllo to this preparation, doe* ko with a feel ing or the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases lbr which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one has staed the test of a ten years' trial before the Ameri crn people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparation* eitant. The testimony in its favor given by the most prominent apd well Known Physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country is immense. The following from Nortii Carolina is respectfully sub?itt d, referring any who may still doubt, to my ''Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book, for Fanners and Families, to be had gratU, of a'l the Agents lor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 190 Arch at Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Fine Hiti, Rich mond County, A". C. Pimb Hill, March iih. 1854. Dr. C. M. Ja<"kpo*. Philadelphia?L ar Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in it j worn f rrn, for the last five years. Such was my coneiuon fo' ?wei ve months that the pliysi* ians arid all who saw me said I must die. While in this condition. I wks carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Caroiiua, but was not benefited l?y any water to which 1 was taken.' While on my way home, I stopped a week at Ruiherfordton, a smd I village in North Carolina, to try the effect ot some Chalybeate water in thut place. About the last of the week, I went inio a dru^ store lo get some medicine for my child an<i myseif. There were several of the vi!lage physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take totne interest in my case, and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been gn>atly bene fitted ny the use of "Dr. IIoofl;nd> G?nnaa Bit ters," prepared by y?n, and he insisted that ! would try the Bittwr? He also railed the next day at my room, and instated so much that I would ?ry them that I asked him to get ine one bottle. He diJ it, and I commenced taking it as ?lirect?d, and f do s:.y I was more benefitted by it than .ill the water ami medicinc 1 had evtr taken. After reaching Imine one of ;ny eame to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and i gave hiiu nearly all the Bitters I had left, which effected much goo.i in his case. He has often -ailed on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saying he was mote benefitted by it than any iKher he had taken. b>;t 1 Imvc not been able to get my more for him or myself e::.c_, ; z?, there fore, please ship me a dozen or more as soon pos sible. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. i). R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., Ortobtr 24 1S53, -ays:?'? I!o.ving experienced vet"y great benefit from the use of " lloofiund's Genu; n Bitters,"' in Chronic Dysentery ard functional de rangement of the Livi r. and iis concomitant evils, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the beaefit of my community. You will, therefore, please seed a lot, fee. lie. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hontsvillk, Yadkim Co , N. C ,Nov. 1?,1{?3. Dr. C. M.Jackson?Dc3r Sir: Atiow me to ex press to you my sincere tiianks for your discovery of a medicine wiiicU, to say the lea-tof it, l.a* ef fected a cure that a'l other roed'cine*, UiLt I have ;aken. have entirely failed to ???. "HoofiandN Cier man Bitters" have sured me of the most stubbotn and aggravated case of tbe pilxs that, ;erhaps, ever fell te the lot of man My case is not a manger in tuis community, as 1 am .veil known in this and Lie mrroundine counties, sni can truly sav that my re covery has astounded all my friend* and relations, as 1 had tried everything reeom'.nend'jd, and nctliing did me any gnod until I -.vhs prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to r>ake any a?c ol this communication, for the b. n-'lit of the a'abctcd, you may think proper. Truly yours. WM. J. ATWOOD. Th^se bitter^ are entirety vegetable, they invi^orat* and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, arid can used for infant* as will as sduiis. Furs'.Ieby respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Wa-hington; J. L. klDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria. roar 1?lv UARTEK'S SPANISH MIXTURE. riii Gceat Pariflar of ths Blood ! Hot a Particle of Mercury In It in Ik?*luel3 SxiUDT tor Scroruia, King's Evil, PbrUEHtia-n, Obeliaat* Cucjineous Kruptioui, P:ia?i?8 or Fusiuldi on the 1 ace, Blotobee, BolL. Ctrouio Bore Eyes, King Wona or "Tetter, Brabl Head. Kr.l?sr(terjeit ar.1 Pais of tLe P-o>:?? and Joint*, otubbcra Ulc*r% Syphilitic Di>ordeni, Lutabago. Fpiaal Compta^t3, an i all the diaem*^ , les JL ( rated ior th? numl?r of .xtx?.>ruaiary cares, ?ffacted through its agency, ha; induce 1 the propri etors, at the ur;j- nt request of their friends, ta rff?r it to ths pnbl'.c, vhich they do with tbe utmost con fidence in ia Tiruw and vrorderlul curative i rop ,nl s The foLIowiPS certld^at -3, selected Jrom a .arge r.mnlvr, are, however, stsonger tastis^ouy thaa tLe mare wo*d of the proprietary; and are aii gentlemen we'.l Inowc in th-lr lo^litlM. nud ot tha aighefct re?peetah"lty, many of them reMdlcg ia the clry of Richmond. Va. f. BOIDPN, *sqw cf tha Fxah*ni?e Hotel, Rich aocd, kaown ererywbare oayc he liULeen 'he tli-V iclne called Castkx'9 ^panzn ttixvcaa,administered in ever & h-undr?d caees, in nesi ly all the diseases ?or which it U recommended, with the oott aaton Uiduply goe-I remits lie sayn it Is tbe most ?x tiaar-ainarr nediMne be haa ?ver nren. Aflti: AND PfcYES?QRS4T CDRR.?I bewhy aertif? that for thrae years I hid Agua arud Perar of the mo*t vialent deecription. I hti several Phv ddans, took l*r?? quantities of Quinine, Meicarr, tsd I believe all ths Tcuice adv;tlL-?U, hat all with ?iat cirraansnt relief. At lar>t I tried Carter' J pariah Mixture, twa fcrtt'.rs of vhich e^ctually cared cie. and I am happy to say I have bad neither .id! is or fevers ain^e. I eouider it the best J\>nfc in this world, and the otdy trciulne that ?ver rsachcd my taaa. JOHN L0NQDJL.S. Bsavaa bit oh. near Riohicud. Va. C. B. LUGS, Esq., now ia the clt7 af RIAacnd and for many years in ths Post O&ae, has such *>n9d*iie" in lh? a?sonisting eDsacy of Garter's cish Mixture, thut hi lias bought upward" of botUea, which he baa ,ive;; awsy to ths &fil<oted.? >ir. Luck eava he L?s never known it to fail whan tahan according to -iirecti^na. Dr. MINSK, a praedsing Phy^-*u, and fcrmetly of the Oity Hotel, iu the city of Elekmond, says be has witnessed in a namber of instances th* effects o! Oar'e/s Spanish Mixture, which were most truly sorprixlng. He taye ia a ceee of Oon'tuaption, de pendent on the Liver, tha good sffacts wers won derful indesd. SAMUEL M. ERIKKIR, of the firm ef Drinker A Morris, Richmond, was ctsrad cured cf Liver Com Elaint cf three t e&n Btanding, by th? uac of twe ottlss of Gartsr'o Spanish Misturs. CliHAT OURH OP SCROfULA.?Tbe Editors si the Rkbiuond Reput'.ican h*d a servant employed in their press roc a, cured of violent Sc: ofuia. com binad with Rheomithxi, which entirely disabiaj him fircm work. Two boitles of Carter's Fpa&iab Mixture mad) a perfest cure of him, and the Edi tor j in a pnblis notice, eay thay "cheerfully reocm mend it to all who are affllcud with any diaexee of ths blood." STILL ANOTHSil CURS Of 8GR0FDLA.?I had a very valuable boy enred of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAME3 M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the H r. and P R. IL Co, Richmond. Va. 3ALT RHXtM Of T1S RNT7 TSARS STANDImC C"t' kD Mr. JOE.i TEGMl'SON, reViilu In tbe city of Pdchrtcad, was curad by three b^; ties of Carter's ^paslth Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for aaarty fcfwrty years, and whkh all the pbysid.-xis of th* i-Hy ecnld not cure. Mr. Thompson is a wels kecafi r-<T2hant in tbe citj tf jychmondf and his It i.-?arkable. W^l. ^ Sr i rrajiWP, tf Richmond had a servant sored ef Hrphiiis, In the worst form, by Carter's Spankh Mixture. Me eays he cheerfully re<x>m nende it, iad coudders it a very lnraluable xnedi ebt. JsDsyIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, ?yt he h*d *een tbe good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of syphilitic cases, and says it la a perfect eure ft r that horrible diemee. WM. ?. HAttWOOD, *f Rictimond. eared ef old Sores and Xnaira, wb'ch disabled hiot firem walking, look a kw bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and 'u eacJMrd to walk withcut a crutch, ia a thart time permanently cured. Prtnefral Depot* at M WAUD, CLOSE k Co- Na SS Maiden i?? New York. T. W DYOTT A BUNS, No. 181 North Second at, Philadelphia BKNNETT A BOBS, Ho. 131 Main rtreet, Blah And for sale by CHARL5S STOTT, Waxhlcrtcn D.OlHRMKY POL, Alaxanaria,aa(l byDrJSti ererywhere. Pnee $1 per bottle, or six bottles for ifc s>a tl?lv M EMOIRS OP THE COUNTESS OP singtoa, by^R, R. Madden, M- K. I. A., :wo IRiOiCR TAVLOR. TRAVELERS' ?MRBCTORY. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHANGE OP flOUES. ON and after Monday, th* 2J.1 instant, ifcc trains mm Leave Washington at 6 and a. m., And 3 and P?n Oi\.Sunday at 4^ p iu Leave Baltimore at 4 if and OK a m, and 3 and 5* 9 *? On HuniHy a! 4% a m. ap 33- tf T. II. rAISOVP, Afml Mott Bedell'? Line. ^ SEW YORK. ALEXANDRIA. WASinNGTOM CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PJiCKKTS. <|MIIS UNE OF PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY from pier 14 Ea#t Ri var, New York. and oftener ltnece*e?ry, e?id are composed of the following fir* >vew schr. A. F. IMell, mirll, maMar. New schr. Moll K*deH, A. V. TredweiL Hchr. Ann D.,Wia. Oliver, master. Sclv. Volant, !.. A. Smith.muttr. Schr. Commander-itt-Cktcf, Wogl jb?, I Kchr. Qreenvm, Wilson, master, The*e veesels are all fat mien, and the i aim of erperimcf in the trade, and the oalj ar line of Washing" Cfcjr pacaeta. MOTT BEFELL, Wall street, N. Y. 8. S. MASTER* k SONS, Alexandria, Ya. THOMAS 1TLEY, feb 1?Cm Washington and D C. 0KAJT6X ABO ALEXA9DEIA RAILROAD. JBBI On and after Tuesday, Nov. 7^854, rm Can leavs Alexandria daily for Gordon? rille and intermediate t-tatkns at TK o'clock, (.ra^oath* nrriv?l ot the boat from Washington, firing ample time for breakfast on board. Con meeting at Macasw Junctl.n with ? train tor 8trae? vug, at Warranton Jn etlon with a train tor War. -nton, and at Gordoaavtiie with the trains am the Virginia Central Railroad tor Kkbmoad, Charlotte* rille, and Staunton. Th- ear* leave Gordon rrille <*?l)v for Alexandria md Intermediate stetir na, at ^befcre 11, a. ?*., on the arrival of the trains o* the virgtaia Oaatral rail ?oid from Richmond, CuirlottaTilM, and Btoutoa. THROUGH TICKETS From Alexandria to Warren tor ?fl Ot m m Gordooevlite t M ? ? Chariotteavilla 4 ** ?* u Ptanr.tcr.............. ? 90 ? 44 Btrabnrf..MM..MM? 3 M u ? I-rnchVory.. ? TS t m Winchester.. - S M ? M Lnray...^. 4 Si ? ** New karhat S OS M " Mid l ieburg............. . S tf for Lyniub jrg, ooanecting w?th the stages at Charlottesville, cn Mondays,We^naadajs, and Vri* lt??. fci Lurt* and New Market, eoaneettag with the ? age* at Ocupepw, an Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat nrday. Por Wl^rhsatar dally, connecting with the stag* at Pitlncct Prr ynd^burg daily, connecting with tha i at the Huina. Per order: W. B. r&OGUTT, nov 7?dtf FOE MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. [Fare ronsd trip tl; from Alax tndri* 75 cant*?The THCfc*A8 COLLYEE inaves if Mhfagtcn at & and Alet ardria at 0^ o'clock. Coaches leave the Oapit'. i tor tke boat at I % o'elk. Coach tire '0 eentP. Per* n? wiehh:i the Ors-hee wd leara thatr r?i> l*?ioe with 0-<o. k Tbcs. Parker. hefr*shE.erts on the boat . est SS? dtf 8ASTL Q1DNSY, Cap*. ti!K aiiv; YOOK dfe LIYhilPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. rpns KIIIPS COMPBUIKO THIS Llh'l L IH* AlLANTia Capt. We-t . PACIFIC, Capt Nve, BALTIC, Capt. Cemstoek, AD'f.IATIC, Capt. Grafton. Ther-e sblpe hare be^n fcnllt by contract, exprear \y ftr G?veram??nt r-rrics; every care has beaa tkken in their con?trc ? (on, as in tha Enpoee to ?nsare etiengtb and ?v*ed. and thMr ec-xcuaod*. tions Sor rafjesgen are nneqnalied for elegance and o&s:%rt ?ri."? of passage fr.-m New Tork to Liverpool, in firgt cabin 41* > sored Cabin ? 70 Ezd-sira uae of ?xtra sise eta"'- rorcj* SOS Prom Liverpool t? New York ?J0 and ?30. An exp?rirnc*J pur^on attarhed to each ship. No berth Can he a-ccred until p^ij tor. for Leight or pa-^a^e apv ly to hBATAKD K. COLLINS * CO., 16 Wall street, Nee York. BE0WH, bHIPUlY * CO. Liverpool. K. G. EGBERTS k CO., IS Eing*? ?na Yard, WVnl JOHS MUNBOK k CO, 34 Bae Tfotre Dane d** Tl :aires, Parte. GSO R. PBAPKR, Havre. The owner* of the-e 'hips will act bs aooonstable for rold, silver, bullion, sp-de, jewelry, precions <rton*e or meUls, nnlw hill? >f Lading a tharator, an i the value thereof therein exp ?o* 10?<t i? 8. H BATES. POLICE MAGISTRATE, FIRST ST, JfKAR PFJfSS. AVENUE, Conv<^Ancie? icd Bounty Land Ciaims attended ta Msy>Sa Private Medical Treaties PUTSlOIXXiICAL*VIKW OP MA&&IAQ1, rr K. B. L.A CROIX. M. DH ALBANY, N ? ISO Pages and 130 Fine Plain and Colored L4tho> graphs and Platse. 4V Priae only SS Ctnta. ^BS SS^febt free of postage to all pans of the Union^S CHEAPEST BOOK EYEB PUMl.LfaUED, and eontaining anally d uWe the quantity of r'^iicg matte; in tha* of the FIPTY CENTS OB TK)LLAB PUBLICATIONS. It treat* on the PZIY8IOLO i QY Of MABRLAGBL and th# | secret 1- armiile* and disorder ?f youth and maturity, re 'Ulting ftrom exoeosea. which dt*troy the physical and men. tal pr vers, with ( jeervrtions on marriage, itj duties and aiwjna'.ifleatlona, and their remedies; with lithographs, the anatomy and phvsloiogy, and diasases of the repro. dcctiva organs of both aexes, their structure, uses and faeeti: na. A popular and comprehensive tree* ti?e on iLs dutlos and caraai^ix. >. f ringls and mar* ried life?happr and trultrol aJ'lauvfl. mode cf ae> curing them- Infeilcitocs *rid InSntile ones?their obriaucn and ren.-oval?^moortant bints to tho*e *ntemriatinjj mstriic.?'ny, that will overeome oh* ieotionc to it; no&s, bswev^r. aho;.ld take this tarn portent e>p wf'.tout Cret oonsulting Its pages? xruuD'tiia oa the jbeesesanJ oetUoai treatment ol fecalcK from iniancy to old acre, each case graph ically illustrate l by beautiful lithographic p la tea n^rvoas debility, its eiurM and core, hy a pre nam at osce o eisjie, wfs aal ttfrotuaL, that tail are Is Lsfosaible?rules fcr <htll; management?an eesey on t*pormaiorrLoea with practical ot%errations on a taier, and xuore 6&ocessful raode of tr^atfceiiU?pre sauUcsary hiafc. ol th? evils rewriting from e&ttiri 3*1 practice?an easav on ail airsasas aziMng ft era Lndiucretlcn, with plain and simple rol.<e by whkh all percons can care thcaeelves without mercury? remedifi fcr those self inflicted miseries and disap pointed hopes so uaftrtunatrly prevtleat in the E:ng. It a a truthfal adulter to the mar .led and w contemplating matriage. Iu perwai Is par tkuisriy reootacsid-d to r-rrrvne entertaining se sret douhis nt tteir rbjeimi rurdltiea, and who art x>nsciou& cf luting hart rd*d ths health, hap pi nee* and privilsfiM to a Iuch eierv human being is en* tttlsd to. Price iSsenu par sepj, ox ?vr copies for cne d^> Lar. Mailed free oi postag; to any pert o* the Uat ?ed Btat?a. N. B.?Thcps vrbo prefrr jr.zj eonrs?* T>r La Oxax Kponacy of the disc-upec which l?* kerk treats either ,-ersoaalij or by in. 11. KkL-- .ne eeut to any pert of the Unbn r ocr-li.g to dire^Jciia, Miely pack*d ana carrftiily secure frcia tii eh^arvAtioa. AdJrees Br. M. B. Li C::0!JLNafcl k?uden Lane or Post OfSce Box tT?, Albany. N. Y. Air 0&ec c r r.n jatly Crora liDtotpc, and oa Sunday from - nntfl tpm. 4f H?uev*d from Fa. H I to ll 9aldaa Lan, Albany, M. Y. AecT FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SMALL BUILDING LOI? of 10 Uet er more, la ?acioas parti of the City, mad Georaetowa, at lew prices, aad terms to suit. LLOYD k 00. BUILDING STORK, for sale, deliverable at the Carat, cr 1Ynerves la Washington, Georgetown, cr Alezaeteta. LLOYD k COl ISth (treat, epp. Treasury fftf-1* BAHXDre HOUSE or FAIEO a xocesk, OmmotUe Umted IXaU ~ YYOXDS, Stock, and other JD and ?old. Tnwrcd at the rate of six per cost per aauun al lowed on tiepodiu when left for It gays at ioaatx. ^aii Ui -6ui *

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