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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 30, 1855 Page 4
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? "ggggggg Anction Bal?? By ORKICK 4 SCOTT, A?cIIobmti. VALUABLE BUTLDTNG LOT ON NORTH I, between 8?h and Oih streets west, at Auetn n. On WEDNESDAY, the J?th instant, we shall sill, tn front ??f the premises. at 8 o'clock p. m , the beau tiful building lot situated on the south side of north 1, krtwfca Mh and 9th streets weet, being west half of Lot No 7, in square 404, having a front of 30 by %'eetdeep. Tcims: One fourth cash ; balance in 6,19, and 18 month-, for notes satisfactorily endorsed; bearing in ternet from day of ?tle. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. GREEN k SCOTT, may 34?d Auctioneers By J. C. McGriRfT, Auctioneer. Extensive assor : ment op new and second-hand Furaiture, without reserve?On THURSDAY morning, May 31st, at 10 o'clock, at Store No 395. south side of Pennsylvania avenue, betw.e i 4Jf and 6th ftreets, I shall se.l the entire etock in trade of J. R McGregor, (who is alout to rbinge his b?a<nea?,) ormprising? Suite of p uah-c*'v?red Parlor Furniture Rosewood and Walnut Wardrobe* Utessing and Plain Bureau", Wash^tand* Fr- nch, Cottage and Plain Bedsteads Hair and husk M ?ittes es, Peath?M Cane and wood-seat Chairs, Rockers Looking Gla?see. Clocks, \ ase. Cribs, ?"radles, Trundle Bedsteads Children's Cab, Wsgon, Chair* Ti;, W'? d, willow : n ? ir in Ware C>ma and Glass?a:e, Toilet Sets Cuilery. Scales and W tj>hts. Ca-tor* Si-ver p ated and Briianma Tea ar.d Table Spoons 5h<>w r Ha h, Water Coolers Ik or Mats, Tin Saf. s Coi.kni and ?"ha ,.ber Stoves, Cooking Ut*n-ils Spri s Wp ?on, with t >p. Wheelbarrows Sb-lvne Store. Kixtur s, &.C. I ?.g :h? r with n> a ly every article usually found in a hou-e form-bin:; store. Terms: All sums" of and under $25 cash; over $25 a credit of CO and nine y days, tor satisfactorily endorsed note#, bearing interest. J AS. C. McGUIRE, way 98?d Auctioneer. By ? AS. C. McGUItlK, Auctioneer. 1 >air splendid bay lARRIUJE HORSK*, I two superior Biugy and t'ad'Me Hdws, fin* E glish Clarence, one double seated Ruecv Wagon, Harness, fnv^rs Sic ?On THURSDAY afternoon. M :? '"s*, at 5|^ i>*cl'?ck, at the Auction Rooms, I shall -e l the f. Ilowing j-'opertv of I is Eicellei cy the Fr nch Minuter, who is about to leave for Eu-1 rope, viz: Pa r of ?tip r.f): Northern bred bob tail Bay Carriage Horses Tw e\cf" t Bugzy and saddle Horses On fln?* English r!arrncr * 'ne .loubie seated Buszy Wfgon /la;nesj, ov^rs, Sad lea, Xc. Th?' arov nnv be seen at Schwartz's Stabirs, in th?- Firtt Wsrd, anytime previous to the sal?. Terms : (J10# and en ler cash; over tha- sum a ereditof two and four month-, for notes satisf.cton ly enoo.* d, bean: g interest JAS. C. McGUIRE, may 98?d Auctioneer^ Cy GHKKS * SCOTT, Auctioneer*. | IANDSO.M COTTAGE KCILDINu LOPS at |*X *t?ctr-n.?On THURSDAY, the 31st instant, we ehail ?? II, on the preui see, at 6 o'clock p. m., ?evirnl haiH-oine buJding lot*, having an entire from "m Mas-aehasetts avenue ot 79 feet 11 inches, and a fiont on 3i street east of 155 feet, forming the ~Grn? r ??? Mis.-acbUfetia avenue and 3d street eaet. in an e i\aied and ti?al'hy posiuon on Capitol IItil, ne if the ? apitol, and a pump ol excellent water ?t the corner. Al9->, t??-o l"ta on E sttett north, in fume square, It being sqnare No 755. The lots will be sold in ?1X?? I-, (tun pnr-. hasers. Title pe?iett. Terms: One f.uth cash; balance in 6 12, a>id id, f>r n ?:es beifing interest from the day of the ?ale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. GREEN fc. SCOTT, inav 96?d A ietioneer. !iy GRKK1 A SCOTT. Auctioneers. Large and commodious brick house and Lot on t apitol ilill at Auction?On FRI rlay, the 1st day of June, we shall eell, at 6 o'tlook p m., on the pr?mi.-e*, the large and well-built three-sf ry bfirt Hou-e, lately orcupied hy the H<-n udfe ? ranch, Mtunted nn Delaware avenue, oex. tu Ui* torntr o' n? rth B street, near th- north Canitol ra'e. Th house c?t tr. i::J thirteen conve me tly arrr.-ged r^otus :?nd wide passage'i toe hou r, a > Mr t with thick ^ alia, and a cellar under the mLe!e huildlns, -nd 'h': I ?t hetrg half of L'?t N 6, mi -tjuare So. 6having a front ol tliirty feet ri* inch*--, rui:ni:i^ 135 feet sev> n inches to a thirty te?~t alley The alK-ve 'e?crised prio rity it, certainly ? ne of the han?*snm> st location* an i iii<?st be tin it ul ites tit VVashington, pre^entmj ?h? mos- com'i.andinf view. Ther** ii al.-o a pump of excellent water near ine d'>?>r. Term*: Ore f?uMh cash; balance in one, two, tbr?e, aim ;-Jur years, tlie purchaser to give n*tes for i.*?e deh-rred payments, bearing interest .rom da> ot* pale A deed given and a deed of trust taken. Till*, lnui.-puiabto. All conveyance at the cost '>( the purchaser. SREEN it SCOTT, may-25-ri Auctioneirs. 8y J 1-. C. VcGl'iUK, Auctioneers. *\ EUaTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE and eli 1 g?k?ly -Hiiate?i Hous and Lot on Maryland ave nue, b? twe? n ?1H and 6th street- w-a-By virtue of e deed oi trust bearins date on the 5*h day of Feb ruary, l<i5>, and recorded in Liber J. A. S . No 52, fouo- <43. air. me sut>scriber will sell, at public sale ? ?n THCRSDAY, tne 31-t day of May. 1855. at 5)4 o'clock, p m , on the premise#, all that piece or par c? l of ground lying and being situate in the city of Wa't'initon. and Known ?ud distinguish*d as Lot U. :n the saMivimon of Lots Nus. 7, (*, 9, 10, and II m square N'n. 49i. !Vontin? 23 feet 5 inches on Ma rylanu avenue, between 4'4 and 6th street*, west, ?i. I running back to a feet alley, with the build ings and improveiuenie, winch consul of a well and eofctanuaily built two story and atuc brick dwelling hou?<-, with two story frame back building and ne cessary outbuildings. The above property Is situated in a het'thy and de-ir.tbiw locau >., and raptdl > enhancing in value, ard offers a favorable opportunity to p rson- d? si rotis of o'naining a conveuient and comfortable res ldenre, or n.aain^ an ?iive*iuent. Tne term-" of the -ale wiil be o e-half ca?h, and the ba aoce in 6, 19, and months, for notes bear : < M re?t tr"ii? d?y oi Hie, secured by a deed of | trust ? n the property if the t rm> of s ite are not complied with in six day* after the sale, the property v. .11 be resold at | the risk en 1 eipenee <.f the purchxscr upon one i week's i?o.'i e. ? Ali conveyancing at cost of purchaser. Title sn?!is-jutaWe. CH\S 8 WALL AC n Trustee. J AS. C ilcGUlKE, may 'J?eotids Auctioneer By J C. MrGl'IRK, Auctioneer. T7* \LU BLE IMPROVEIi PROPERTY AT Public t'e'e ?On FK1DAY afternO"n, June 1, i^4'.*cl > k, o'i the prenii1 shad sell, by o of the Orphans' Couit, that valuable piece of propert> ?i'tt-'ited at the of 10th ai.d ? street, and geiH-rAt r known as the M- tical Co'Dge. The lotiroi u 61 (? et 1 inch on & street by 58 feet on 10th street, contain ng 3,543 -quare tect. The building coB?ists of a and well to-:: thrae e;rr. bri -k Butl ung. which is admirably adapted tor a warehouse, for manufacturing or | school purpo-es Pomona of this building are now under ver> satisfactory rent. T:t ? p>-rfe. t I Term. I >ni- third cash; tiie residue in 6, 12, 18, and 24 mon'h?,with intere.t, secured by adeedef| trust r>n the pr. anses. 8. H NOi'KSE, Admii ir train I, By W.VI. NOUK8E, Atmrney, JAM. V. McGUIRE, may r??enStdii Auctioneer. BY J C JlcGlJIRE, Auctioneer. ri ULSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUILD 1 ing L t n- ar Railroad D pot - By virtue of a deed ol 'rii-l bearins date on the 4th day ot April, ia.,? and recorded in Lib* r J. A S., No. 38, folios 181. kc , the subscriber will sell, at public >ale, on FkiDAV, he 5:h day of mnr, 1855, si 5* o'clock i p r? , on the pr. mises, ai! that fiec. or parcel <.f| gruua l lying and being situaie :n the citv M Wash mgton. and b mg part'of s-ju ir. No 630, beginning! at a point r-n New Jere< y avenue 'J70 feet Irom the n"nh*e?t cor*er of said square, and running thenc>* ea?twar<:iy at right angle? to New >er*-y avenue | 124 teel 1 \ inches, thence due -outh 23 feet, mor? or le-s. to a parallel line 29 feet from the first de ?cribed line oi this piece of ground, and running par e:i?! with said lirw? we?twa'dlv to New Jersey *ve nue 118 fret inches, thenc? northwardly on N?w Jer?- y nv n'i- 22 feet to the p<mt ol beginning. Tue ah .ve property is eligiWy situated near the Railroad Depot acd adjoining Foy's Hotel, rapidly enhancing in value, and offers a most favorable op ! portundy for investment Term* ot sale : Hall ca-h, and ba'ance in 6, 12, and IB inorths, for n-.tes bearing int- rest from the day i?f sale, secured by a d. *u in trust upon ihc property If the terms of sale are not eoniplied with in six days after >be sale, the property wiit lc resold at the risk and expense of the purchaser. CHAr S. WALLA? H. Trustee. JAS. C McGUIRK, may 13?eofcd* Aucuooeer. at 5 der NEW FOLK A. THE CHEVY CHASE POLKA, composed for and dedicated t- Miss S&Jly D- Bradley, by J. D. Saunders. Esq.. ot this city, wbo-e coriipoeitiocs have always met with such great public favor The ments ot '.ba piece are such as will introduce ft among ali lovers ut music. Price 96 cents. Jant pataiished sad tor sate by HfLBus ai arrz file President's Mounted Guard Quickstep, com Cwd by tie accomplished Pianist. Mr. Robert Hei . will appear la a tow days may 19 FIRST PREMIUM PIANOS. JU?T Pianos from the celebrated factory of PMnw-ty &. Sons. New York j one in Loui* XIV style Tf. #e Panes ; re in erery re aped the b?>ai now made in the United State*; 'hey received at the late Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair 'he first prt mium (a t-ilver medal) for each of their Piano* exhibited. Every pcrnon ad.mred the volume of tone, a* well a? the workmanship of their Instru m? nts. These, in addition to my other stock of Pianos, forme the best and largest collection south of Masons hnd Dixon's lire. The p .hlic an respectfully i?.vited to call and ex amine before they purchase elsewhere, they will find moderate price? and reasonable terms PIANOS to rent always on ham', and sec-'nd nand Piano* taken in part payment for new one*, at my Piano Wareroom, No. 498 Eleventh *t, above Pa. avenue. FR. C. KE1CHENBACH. may 14?eolm* FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable adtUlioo to my stock of COLD HCTTIHG r*TIWT LZVIRS and LADIXs' WATCH KS '>f first quality, heavy 18 carat) cases. Also. SILVER WATCHES for boys. I ?ffer them at greatly reduced prices. The movements are selected with great care, and every Watch is icarrcnted. Persons in waiit of a fine timekeeper are Invited to examine ray assortment. H SEMKEN, No. ISO Pa. avenue, bctw. 9tb and ltnta *is. mar 30 SEWING BY MACHINE. MISS it I VC GOLD. at Miss Pilings'. 13lh street, between Pa. avenue and F strei t, No. '447. is prepared to execute with despatch, and in the neatest manner, all kind? of plain sewing for families, hotel keepers, 8nd the trade generally viz: L-idies' Skirt-, Bo,lies, flic , Gentlemen's Shirt*. Bosoms, Collars, Drawers, Pocket Handkerchiefs. Furniture Linens, viz: Table (.ioths, Sheets, Pillow and Bolster Ca=es, Towt is, Napkins and Curtains. Also, Tailor snd Mantua makers' work of all kinds. Miss R would inform'he public tha' she has ?e curvd the services of Miss ROONEV, itom Balti more, who has been woikmg "ii the machine for 18 months, and understands her business thoroughly. All work warranted to sk.nd equal to any otter, and done or. the most reasonable terms may 17?t o2w* CARRIAGES?CARRIAGES. I HA'. E now on hand, and constantly finishing, a very larce ae-* irtment of Pleasure anrto.'SJRJL? Family < ARK1 VJE^5, ?>f the latest fa?h 6^3^=^%^ ions, which I will sell as low as the same quality ol work can be sold in any of the principal market* of the United States. The subscriber is now dealing exclusively in Car nages ot hid own manufacture, and all work -old by him will be warranted, and compare favorably wi;h any work in this market. As 1 always keep a lame assortment, 1 invite purchasers and others to ex amine my -tock before purcha-inu elsewhere. Carriac.-s bni't to order Old Carriages taken in exchange, or repaired at the shortest n.tice. THOMAS YOUNG, Pign of the Golden Horse, No 400 Pa. avenue and 4# street, may 1?eo3m NOTICIC ?I received this day a iuw assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS. M the latest styles. Also, a variety of otht r new Goods : as Vest Chains, Ciiatelams, Bracelets, Puis Earrings, Rinsrs, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa avenue, bet. 9th and 10th . Sew PinnU put to Gold Pens at short notice. Diamonds remaonted, and jewelry made t<? order, mar 29?tf Kro7aQ7T WASHINGTON STOVE XMUFACTnRT, S. E. cQT-nmr of Pa. av. auJ Eleventh rtreet, Sole Agency for CHILSON, GOULD St GO'S Warming and Vrnlilatin? Apparatus, M POND Sl CO.'S (of Bo*tnn) Union Doublf-0ven rooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INViNC'BLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, ar.1 r ceivin<? LATRObE STOVES, for healing tw -tories; Parlor and Cham her GRATES, Etiamt I ed ami Japanned C'lokin^, Hall, Parlor, t'hr.mber and Dii:ing Room J OVF.M; Pfain, Ttnnrd and EntmeHsd Iron HOLLt'W W \RL; B'oek Tin, Planishedand Ja. anned WARE in itreai vaiietv. All of * hirh will he sold at the lowest possible rates, that will e? mpare favorably with any E>iau lishment south ?f York. An e ia lunation of my stock iseamestly uolicited ai> 13?3m J AS SKIRVING DENTISTRY. DR. MUN.rON respectfully calls public attention to hi- new patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED method of setting Artificial] Teeth, wi h Continuons Gum-the verv PERFECTION OF THE ART. Tlii?-tyle of I *. th has the following aivantagt-s over all others, viz: GREAT STRENGTH. CLEANLINESS, COM FORT,and BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in these respects, and in some others excelling. Public in e;?ection is respectfully solicited. Pi??*e call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No oilier Dentist In the Di-trict oi Columbia has a richt to make this style of Teeth. N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plusred and warranted for life. Office and house af No. 908 E street, mat tiie corner of Pennsylvania avenue an 1 14th street, ap 24?tf PAINT AN]D OIL STORE. Jl. T f*A): KEA, HOUSE, 8105 ft ORNAMENTAL PAIN1EB IOUIS1ANA avenue, between Sixth and Sev j enth -tre.-is, No. 00. Reticence No. 3S0 C street, between Sixth and Seventh has add d to h'S present hufine^< the sale of PAINTS, OILS, GLASS and PUTTY, in small or large quantities Tiie attention of housekeeper* is called to the convenience of this arranc* inent jip thev can at all limes procure HEARTH and othei MIX ED PAINTS, of all colors, made ready for U;*j by a PR At.' I'lCAL PAINTER. Orders promptly attended to and reapectfuliy so lieited. CHEAP FOR CASH. mavii?!a? REV. JOHN LAHAHAX, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M E. CIIURCIL?A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces him thus to cer if/. We chal enge any other medicine to pre-ent such a mass of te^iimony from gentlemen and ladies of hi(|h standing of our own wi-il-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BROM CHITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, &c. Haltimork, January 24th, 1855. Messrs. Moriimer t,' MotcUrtj: I takn pleasure in savins to you that I have used > ?ur '-Hampton's Tincture" with very tfo*at profit. From a serious t.irout affection, my general health become very much impaired, when I com inenced to use (* Hampton's Tincture." I found it- effects upo.. my genenl health most salutary.? ilv nervous system and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it to sny fnends, and in every case, as tar as I have been ui formed, they have use it with success. Your.- truly, JnuN Lamaban, Pastor Oi? Exeter St., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OP THE LUNGS. Kalxioh, N. C., Feb. 8, 1B55. Ucur t Mortimer \ Mo it Way: I do hereiy certify that about twelve months ago I was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and had four attack* of it I was advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. 1 procured one boith , and after taking which, I was sdtistied that I was much better; and that, nfler taking the feurth bottle, 1 was entirely well, aed row I enjoy as itoo.l b?altti as ever 1 did in my life. I can, and do, with our the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to ail person* afflicted in my way. Your?, Uio. VY. \V"za ZI.K7. C URiJ FITS?READ! iloretothe Skk tfia*t Gold.?irctu one o! me most recpectabh; Drugci-<ts in South Carolina. CuAitarroN, S. C. Sept. 91, lbf>3. Me^ars. Mortimer & Mowbiat:-The ?de nf jr.-jur Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing ever/ day, and every bottle sold recommend'tins valuable medicine to the afflicted. Several ot our planters have tried it in diffV re:.t cases with aeton i3aing success, and are getting it by half doren?. It has U en found to be the greatest remedy for rbeu mat.c affections, and a wonderful care has been peifor-ied on a negro U>v, suffering from Fits. I wdl furnish you with a number of certificates if you wish them. I am, gentlemen yours, VV. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets graus, and see cur* s oi Coti^h, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys pepsin, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a female medicine or for delicate children we btfliev* li kinequalhrd. Sv d by M(>R1 IMEIt & MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Cuas. Stott h. Co., i. B. Moorb, D. B. Clarice, t i.arks St lliiwuas. W. Er.MOT, and H. McPuir ?oh, Wa-hinpson j n'so. oy R. S. F. fliiBM BlIH|il town; and C. C. UtKRr. Alexandria, and by Dnig* everywher.'. feb 31?tr TO TIIE LADIES. fltHE undersigned i* p<*p%r?d to gise lessons to la> X die# ioid chi dreu in all kinds of embroidering ball and fine ne.slle work. Al?o, in Mantillas, Col lan, and aNe??o? will be Mnbroldend promptly M> orler. S^unping and Drawing done tn neat style. MRS. P. ZOLLICOPER. SST Maryland av., bee ?Ui and 7U> sl, island. ? SHALL STORES " AWD ? CANDLES 1MM8M ? 1 846. I NAVT DEPARTMENT, Bnuii or Paonciova auo Clotsino. May 8, 1816. PROPOSALS, sealed, and endorsed "Offer for fiasll frtoret," or "Offer for 0*adi?f,n cr ,40ffar for Salt-water Soap," as the ca*e may bs, will be re ceive! at this burem until 3 o'clock p. m., ? n Thursday, the 7th day of June n*xt, for furnish ing aud delivering, (on reoeiving twenty days' no ti-*) at the United States navy yar s at Coarh-s. tcwu. Massachusetts; Brooklyn, New York; and Qosport, Virginia, fuch quantities on/y of the fol, ar'idee (excepting the ralt-water soap and the candles, for each of which separate prjp* and contra.U will be male) as mar be required % ordered from the contractor by th* chief of this bi r-au, or b? the r^sp^ctive commanding officers <M the raid navy yard*, during the fiscal year ending 40th Jane, 1316, vis: Bo ee, shaving Comb-1, coarse Bru-hfj, s* aving C^mbs, fine ?'ru?hes, scrubbing flra<sfor Hata Bm hn, ?h ? Jack knives Brushes, rlothw Rsiors, in ringle cases B\?ttens, navy vest Ra? >r straps, Or J way'j Buttons, navy medium Sci?aors Buttr na, navy coat Spoons Button-*, dead eye Blacking, boxes of Be-swax, in lb cakes, pure Cotton, Spools of No?. 12 and 16, 200 yards aicb 3 oorJs. oqual parts Handkerchief-*, cotton, fast colors, 32 by CO Inches weight no4 leas than 2 oi. each, texture 8 by 8 to %'\neh Needles, setting, Not. 1, 2,3,4 and 6, drill-eyod, between* Ribbon, hat best Fr-neh black, 12 yards tofh piece; width + inch ; t< xture, 14 by 21 to % inch Soap, shaving. in cakes ; ea^h cake not less than 2 ci. ? Silk, sewing, blu? black; wrapper not to exc-el 2 o? to the pound Thread, b'ark and white, Marshall's best quality Tape, wVlte linen, 5 yards In length, i Inch wide; textur?, 8 by 9 to inch Tape. black, twilled cott-n, 6 yaris in length, t 5nch wide T nmble-, 8-lvlanS 0 10 diameter Mu-tard ^eed, American brown epper, black, Mai .tar Pep; er, red. American Bottles, rctagon. for mus ?r1 and pepper ,c:ks for br.ttle*, btst quality Mustard ftttl and pep;* r, in the raw staUawl hot ties and corks, are to be ailtvered at New York only. Writ* salt watsr soap?eeparate bid for 100,000 pounds. Tte soap must be m mufscturM fr-m eoeoa-mit oi', and b* of the heft quali'y denominated '-whit* salt water soap," en 1 be delivered in rood stroac b ixea cf about rev 'n'y five r' U>d i each, and, after inspection, theboxes must b? hooped at ?ach erd, it the excess* of the contractor. Ihe price to b?j uniform at all the yards. Cam>LS??srparaie bid for 40.000 j*yunds Th? candles must be Ameri-an inamfnctured, of prin-e leaf lard sterin?, 6 esndles to the pound, 8 1-10 inch-* in length, fix cand e_3, No. 1, to weijh rrt less than 14 cutces 87-100 ; melting point not to b- le'fi 1h*n 145 degrfes Fahrenheit. Th* v ck mu t be brsi l-d, anl composed ot 78 co'tou threads of :h* be;t quality cf .".o. *27. ' he candles to Le de !iv#red in (t >od b'K**s, containing about 31 poonls ? ach. ard 'he b< x to be ui.irkei wita the contract or't- Dame and the weight < f the candles f-rtlitM^n'" mU?: be of??0<! Qoality, and oe formable la all lespecta U the a^mph-n d^posi e,l et ??. . navy yards and in thii bureau, an 1 Subj. ct to I mu may direct, ihe inspect m?iit * b8 *PP?*Bt-?l hy tLa xNavy Dep.rt A l th-articles to b* d-livered free of any Inci denU exp-nse to the governm-nt, In proper vecse s th?'.*C er,tnd lhe price ?f e%ch ?rticle must" be the sam-* at the reSp-cfire p'ac^? of delivery. 1'aek a tic -s ?r" *Uv?d mf? b - raa ked wlthth... entente and the narnerf th .S'i t0 imu" ??"?*>? Tne contractor must estab-Ish a?-nd-9 at scrh lS2>,in'tfSrnii?n h" ?"*enc*'tb*' may t? in farnlsbiof ?ha: m y be r<-q.)lrefl' an 1 contrac'or or agent fails promptly tocom ply with a :?lui .t< n the Chi-frf the Lureauof vls|onrandCict^gehalbe,uthoM,ed?o^i^ : T : l? "Jpr':' tLe tefoeacy* under the penalty to b^? fxpres?e^l in th^ contract r cord ot a requisition,. r a dnplic.te ?p. tb.'r^t p t^rt th"'U Provisions rtnd < :0thfn- cr ,t tha- : : h n*777ardia^resnid,Bha'l t* f-v!d-rre T.n ; T^ai" tion hrl, b^n .nd n 'eivfd a wo or m >re approred hureties in a ^jai ?iniT ?/?* ibo rttima'ed amount of tl,, " n"r?A win^t , quired, and ten p^r willb-wnit held from the amount cf ?U pajtn-bh. r,a ^cft Uereof as oolUt-ral security, to secure its p rform an~e, and notin any e.*r.t to bop*td untl. it i- in ah refpec's complied with; and ninety t'-'m otth? amount of all ds'ire'ls, wilir^r-Sw ?nlwD*T^v,f?rn wlthin ^Irty oays after biil7 i, Um *Jl,U b"? DiiciirA cffjrjPJ?tld may be obtained on aP ii?m?K. y ?' Pert mouth, f-.w vBV.tSon,NtwYork' Pbilalelphia, Bal ' A ^ k? P'rs'cola, and at this bur<Mu b'Jfl r o^s*r du:1|,;,lte of the letter inform! a a.Jd-r ot khe aenptaaa of his nronatih] win da. med a nniflcation thereof within ^ or tu~t of iw. ,?d hi,bid'.ui ta ;i',7 "yJeJ,0*?? "rniltJ *ith ihisun-ierBtindlnff iSvery offer ma^e most bs accrmn>n<><i ,u ru.-wil iu the ae: of Congress m^kiag ?pproLri?ti^na r the naral B.rric^ t r 1849-'47 ar nror/l 'loS. Au<u>t, 18 W> br a written guarantee ,^nld b- ne or mor- responsible ^n.^to the eff'cUhat hi or to'fjr?/"th678' With ??o1 aad sufficient HurKies11 b"hih; V,PPI^ The bu^rS Sil^idK.0 [ "ny p'rpc' a! unl"8' so ? by the <uarant?e required by law th? competency of thi Kuarante-to b- certified br' thp ^ "w?,, or th. ESr The al'rn'vm of btddtrs it ailed to the tamplrs and drscnptvm of article rrqwrt-i as, in the irunrc'i'm ./Watson a fust t,u> r-gui oompiriion ZiU ? "> artieUt >f,rtd and the sample a?d a*trac . reoe ^ng nonetfia? fall thrm ? arui 'hJi* atU- honts aUopar i.^4 ducted iTThe ZinZZ August'l?T' W addUUm to the <"* ?f th* o/ Mxtr act from the aet of C^mgrets approved August 10, tnaci'd< Tb?' front and , ln P"-S|Wr'of thi? ?r;t everr n-n rsa.l fn, v?] nappli *b lnvlteu by the Socr tfry oTuJ^avr under the provho to th? ffoneral .pproprJfcon?Tl v?7:rV^hrl? MKa^hK!hir^^iSt-JSii1 , y ' ir?*e, shall be accj">mpao*ed bv a ri ?-u guaranrae, hlijne j by one or more Tvrtr nri ble pera- as. t? t.hs -t t^af h, or thlv % u a^'n*^ bid;er 7 biddarfi W>1'. if hi* or their bid be a-3?p^eJ, entar ?nto an obligatirn in 6neb tim? ?? isay bi pr-scib?d by the Secretary of the Karv TliJfl S ?U? "u?c,"n> ""ritiea, t, furnish the bu^ pi as prr.p g-a No proposal sba 1 be consilered un ieasao-iompsmiel by rU-h KuarnatM. If a'ter the h? IhT9 !K?p0eal "ninoUfl *Uon th^reo' -c ha oilder or bidders, he or th:?y snail fnil to er*pr i )to an obligation within the time preec-bad by thl 0t W*Tl W,th *00,i ?r:d sufficient sure of th? vU? nf. e tuppUB^ thf n tf ? Secretary of th Navy shall pro^etHi to contract with some othar ceraon or pera -us far Airni^hiug the 8um ? twlnari ??'thwith r?a? the diff-renc* b-' the amount contained in the proposal *> guarantied and the amount for which he nTha? contract?! for furni hing th? said suppl^ ?tte who).! reriod of the propje*l to hi eha-vad un aralnst aa:d bidd-r or bidders, and hk or their ku!? mtor cr guiran'ors; and the turn* mav be imro^i ately recovered by the Unit-d States, for the use oi th-' Navy Dapartmsntjin an action of debt H(ra'in,t fitlit4! OT 811 of Fl|'(J p6r.wOD9." fPablfc, No. 7.] Joitt Rksolctio* relative to bids for provisions, o othing, and nmall stores for the useof the navy t;ZTA"?*L!tr,"nl? i ?L' rsK; tinctly sutad in the bid- offered; that tSwll {?ergons who may h?ve failed to comply with the oosditions of any coatracte thev may have preV onsly entered into with the United States ehT l !? the option of the department, be rejected- th?i <t nor. than one bid be" offeror JTi^piy^ article on account of any one party, either in hi^ cwn name, or in the nam. of hie partner, clerk ?? any other p^reon, the whola of euch bids shall jected at the option of the departmeat iS Z partners ofany firm shall not be received ties for each other; and that, whenever it mav ? d-emed n^'^sary, for tho interes t of th? Svera meat anl the health cf the crews ofTbe^niS ? k Te-tn procure particular brands of fl0? rh n4" known t0 be^toH distant sUUon.s the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing with the apprrbation of the Secretary of the Na'ry be y ?uthnn??l to proeore the same on the best terms, in market overt Approved 27 March, 18M. maj 9?law4vf FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. OMALL BUILMNO lots Of 10 feet ? more ia p various parts of ;b? City. Mid qLtIm^ f law pric??, ?a 1 Urm? to suit. LXX)YD A CO I U1LDIHO 8 TO I 1C JSt3?22SS?" ly u ly16U> ttTmL WP Tr.a^iry ^^trj(St. WASHINGTON AQTTEDtTCT. Orrict W *?hik?tok Aq anrcT, 1 Wa-hington, March 7, 1856. J PROPOSALS are invi'ed fi>r graduatino, stone | and brick raatoory, dam*, tnnnela, and other work* of the Washington Aqut*lu<*t. Proposal* received up t.> the 8tli of May will be i opened a; noon of that Jay. Map-, profiles, and specification* of the work will be ready for examination on end after the 'iOth day of April next. Proposal)* will be received fur the work of particu lar culverts, bridge*, fcc., as described in the pl.uis and specificauons. Portioni< only of ?omc of thu works can be com pleted under the present appropriation, but all the contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu ture appropriations by Congress. The Engineer re serves the nght to prcscnbe the amount or work to j be done and rate of progress under such contract ' for each appropriation, and, in rase of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shall be stepped until funds become ! available. In ca*e of the en'ire stoppage o*" any particular work for want of funds, the reserved ten per cent, will be pud, if, in thr judgment of the Engineer, tlie work his been properly cxccutcd so far as it has gone. Payments will be made In specie checks upon the United Status Treasury, upon itir monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will be a condition ofall contracts that th? workmen shall be paid their full wage* monthly and in specie. All bids should be >ealed and endorsed u Propo sals for work on the Washington Aqueduct." The United States reserves tlir right to reject any or all the bids should they not be d< emed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements as n ay be I considered most conducive to the propria of the I work. Every <>flVr must be accompanied by a wr.t'en gnanimi e, signed by one or more responsible fx r ^??n-, to the effect that he or they undertake that thr bidder or bidders will, if his or their hid be accepted, niter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, (orthe completion of the work undertaken; said guarantee to be accompanied by I the certificate of the United States district judge. United States district attorney, navy agent, or norm officer of the General Gov< rnmuit or in-tiviiUiai known to tne Engineer or Department of War, that the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. Rids will be opened in presence of bidders if nny of them choose to be present. Form of Ovarantas. To Cap;. M. C Meigs, U. S. Engineers : We, the under-dipied, resi tynts of , in the State of , hereby, jointly and s*?era31y, cove i nant with tin United Slates aad guaranty, in case tne foregoing bid of b~ accepted, that heor 1 they will, within ten da s aftnr the acceptance ot said b'd, axrrute a contract for the saese, wjrh Cood and r-umcient sureties, to perform the work or furnish the articles proposed, in conformity to the terms of the advert! -c.ment under which it was made; and, in ease tlie i-aid h uld fail to j enter into contract as aforesaid, we guaranty to 1 make go >d the difference between the offer by the s tid and the nezt lowest bidder. A. H. c. n. I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the above named guarantors an- gocd and sufficient. E F. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge, msr 7?cntMayffcwtf WILLARD'S HOTEL, Old i'olnt Comfort, Va. Tins splendid sea shore house i* NOW OPEN. Boar.! p?rday 00 Board by the week, par day I'... 1 50 Board hy the month, per day 125 Baths free for the guests may 10 ?lin C. C. WILLARD a BP.O Private Modical Treatio? ?!? Till PBY3IOL03I04L VIKW Of MARRIAGB, BY a. H It A CHOI*, 91. D? ?4ABCVF. A~ Y. JeO Pag*fl and 120 Fine Plain and Colored Litho graphs an 1 Plate*. ?r Prlae oaly SB Casta. H tVlfent free c; postage to all part? of the Union-*# CHEAPEST BOOK KVEV. PtfBLir-HKr, ?nd conUlair.w nearly d Title the qusntity o? reaiiu^ ciatter ia that of "ttr riiTY CE.NTS OH OOLLAF PCRLICaTJO?^. It t:*ats on th?! PHYfbTOL'V GY Of MAHP-TAGB, erd tfcr serrat i' flrr-.;ties *rd dir^rdn cf y-uth ar J maturity, r j *ulti?jg from exesf**?, *r v: 1 destroy the phvdeal and men t&l powers, ?itli obfi?rY?iti'.n? I ?u taartia^e, Its ducie? and disqualifications, and ' their r#?n*iie?; wita li.hcrraph*, iilnstraiing th? anato*_:V and phyr.oi-gy, and aW?.is cf tbs reprn inctive "rscaua of both sexes, the!? Ftructore, utr. and functions. A popular and eororrah?naiv?? trca tise on the duties and cesu*l'i*t<> t elngia and n:ar ried life?b^pp7 and*.1 a?"?va^es. rr.c<1* cf ee cur<n?r th?ui infel' itcv- \ iA-.-tll* obt?t\cii Ob^'^-Tion nod ren_ova;?iiniwitsint hints to thf^ rcm^mplating tratriEray, that will overoosir ob jeeuens to !t; !iono; fc*.w?v<?r. "^onld take this Im portact evep m! tiou^ ^rst ?vui?ultlng its pv^a? araunentnries ?.?! the ui:and medical treatLisni of f^tai?le8 froci i?L.ancy to old a.-e. wh caw gr?rh loally Uiu6ti?t<>4 by be&nttfsl lithographic platw?? nervoas dobility, Itff caasea and cura, hy a pr^wei; ki oace ?> slaiple, :*fe and effectual that ia>!cra It . hap'-ssifcle--rules tor daily manar/jieut?an ??**. ?n dp^naatcTThaea ?ith practical o'-Mjervidccs on ? lafer. end more suc^eoafo'i mode of tr?atxa?.nt?pre ybutionary hin* t cs. tlie erib remlting fron air.psri sal pr*otl^?en way on all -A'peacas ariring fron Icdlscrretioa, with plnln and simple rules hy wfclcl all per?C3B can enr?? ibeaiae'.rr-i without mercury? remedied for thoe** r.e'.firfllcted mlacrles and dbia( poiat?d ho^es i>o vmlitauattly prere.l*nt in th? young. It Ij a truthful adrisor to the ajar ?in< thone contemp'.at'.rE U2irritge. Its parivrl !? ^ar ticalarly rwoomsaeaded to persons eauertaJning se dauLta of their p'lj^cal condition, asd wha arr iont-olons of baring aai.-.ri.-d the health, happlnes* and priTl'egoc to trhich ?r-?j human being 1? en titled to. Price ^?r oopy, cr ffvs oc-plea 1x>x on^ del lar. Mtilr-d Lee 0* ic-atags u> any part of tr? Uni .*A ?tit?3. N. 11?ThOM vr?c "reiar may vx>nsjitr-i.LA Caoc apon eoy ofthedk^ea upon wiich lti? bco% trr-at> #:uLr-e?->nally or by cilL ilcdifdie stut t* an" ^-.rt oi tbe Union ?.:3ording to direction, t 1"#!, packed ar a carefnlly ?eour??d from all oarerrtaon Addtew Dr. hi. B. l,.\ CKOIX, So 31 3?siu~^ Lanr or Foat Ofcoe Bo- 570, Aib&ny, N. Y. MSr OiP-oe oprn daily from 9 u ia t? ti p m, ind or Sunday trom 'J until 6 p ra. OJSce h33CTid from ;<io. &fi Bearer at., to SI dlaid** Lzuai Albiny, N. Y. N TaiAsraY DiPARTMtirr, March 5, 1&j5. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t? the holders ot _ . stock of the United States deacrinad in the fol lowing notice of 3d Januury ii v, that for the pur jioyp of completing the purchase of the amount therein nnnied, this depart i.ent will continue to purchase, upon tho terms of said notice, to the ei tentof the residue ol the f=mn proposed not yet ob tained?say $1,158,5&> 05, if naid atocks are offered aad received here prior to the first day of June next: TKixscay L>ErA?THf?T, January 3. 1R55. Notice is hereby pven to the holders of th*; t'ol lowius deacrlbt'd stocks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the dat? hereof and the 1st day of Man 1. next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the ng gregatn to $1.9tlO,UCO, in the manner and on the let ins hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In ease of any contingent competition, within the amount staled, preference will be g ven in the order of tune, in which said p.tocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United Slates by the parties who are to receive the amount tHereof, must be traasn itted to thia department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following partieulara: 1. The par value, or abiount specified in each cer tificate. 2. A premium on tbe stock of the loan authoriz d hy tbe act of July, lb46, redeemable November 1*2, 1?56 of2fc (Kir cent.; on the stock of the loan au thorixed by tlie act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decem ber, 1862, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorized by the acts of 1847 and 1848, a >d redeem able, tlie former on th<- 31at December, 1867, and the latter on the 20th June, 1868, of 16 per cent; and on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of 1850. and redeemab'e on the 31st of December, 1864, (commonly called tlie Texan indemnity,) 6 per cent. 3. Interest: n the par of each certificate from the 1st of J luu ry. IK55, to the date of receipt and set tlement at tl?e Tieii-,ury, with the allowance (for the money to itach the owner) of on# day's interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of tb? United States, on the assistant reasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of this notice which -^hali not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 1st dav of llurch next. JAMES GUTHRIK, mar 6?dtJunel Secretary of ihe Treasury. FISCHERS BAND FULLY ORGAN - " I ZED. HAVING uow completed all my -'rrangemenu for a lirst rate BKAbs) and COT 11.1, ON BAND. I am agai.1 at the service of the public to attend Eicun-ion Patties, Exhibitions, Parades, Pic Nics, BidU, and serenades. A!i those in ta^>r of a : citizen's bnnd are respectfully invited to encOurag* our en uprise, hare in Washington Citv. P FISCHLh, Leader. P-???This Band, nnder my diraotion, Is regularly uniformed, and trom a practice ovar twenty jaars 1 can give rrttisfiiouoti to every one., Pa. avanua, north aide, bet. 0th and i 10'h ^treet? first door weet of Iron Hall. Orders left with Meeers Hltbus fc Hi la punctually attended ?o. My It DOCTOR HOOFLAND'8 CBLKBRiTID (German Bitters, ruriun rr DR. C. M IACXBOIT, PhJlad't., P*., will trrrcTrAtLT cru UTBl COWUWT, DVSPEPSIA, JACTO1CB, Chronic or Xtnout Debility, Di?aoe* of At RJncfi, and all dimcues orwiny from a dio mUrod Liwor or St?mach. Such as Constipation, Inward Pile*, Fullne?w; m Blood to ih?- H?ad, Ac idity of the Stomach, N?u sea, Heartburn, Pisaust ft* food, Fullness <?r weijtht in the t<toinarh, Sour Eructation*, Sink ing or Fluttering at 'he Pit of the Stomach, Swim mine of the Head, Hon ad and difficult Rreathing, Pluitenng at the Heart, Choking or Suffocatinc ^?n*au>>na w hen in a lying PowtlF?, Dieee* oi Vision, Duu of Web* bei'ore ihe r>i?ht, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, 0<'ficiencyof Perspiration, Yellowness ot ihe Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Sid?% Rack, Chert, Limits, 4ic., Sudd n Flu-dies of Heat Burning in t he Flesh, Constant [niacin mgi of Evil, and grew depression of Spirit*. 1H1E proprietor, in calling tne attention of the public to this prrt>aratio?, does so witiiafeel hig of tlie utmost confidence in it* virtues and adap tation to?he disease* for which it is recommend* d. It is no new and untried article, but one that has st >?d the te?t of a ten years' trial before the Ameri peojile, aiu! its reputatiou and sale is unrivalled by any similar pr< paiauon* extant. The testimony in it* favor given by the most prominent and well suown Physicians n;;d individual-, in all parts ol 'lie country is imaienM'. The following frotn North Catolina i? respectfully sub . itt d, referring any who may still doubt, to my ??Memorabilia?"or Prac tical Receipt Bisik ior Farmers and Families, to be had gratis, of a'l the A*ents tor the German Bitters Principal Office and AI i-.uftctcry, 140 Arch st., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA Certijitate of Dr. IV. Smith, of Pine Hill, Rufi morul County, S. C. Pike Dili., March 4th, 1834. Da. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear fir: i have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f rin, for the last five years. Such was my condition fo* .welvr months that the physician* and all who m* >ne said I must die. While hi this condition, 1 was carrird to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wn. not benefited by any water to which I wa* taken. While on my way heme, I stopped a week at Rntherforriton, a ?qn.l11 village in North Carolina, to try the effect o< some Chalybeate water in th it place. About the !ast of the wefc, I went into a drug store to gel some medicine for my child and myseif. There weie several of the vi'llje physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take nome interest in my ease. and. after asking mc ^me questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofl.nd's German Bit ters," f?rt pared by y -u, arid He msisted that I would try the BitUr* He also called the next day at my room, and in?i-ted so much that 1 would try them that I asked hrm to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced taking it as directed, and ( do say I was more benefitt?*d by it thnn all the weter and medicine I had ever taken. After reaebing home one of my neighbors cam" to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dy*|?ep ?if,) and i *ave him nearly all the Bitters 1 had left, which effected much (rood in his case. He has often :ttilcd on me for more of thu ?ame k nd of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any ?Kher he had taken, but I have not keen able to get ir.y more for him or myself V. t , ther* ;.?re, ph-ase ship me a doz?-n or more a* soon as tx>? ible. Respectfully yours, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C.f October 24.1853, says:?" Having eip^rienced very great benefit from the use of " Hoofland's German Bitters,"' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangem**nt of the Liver, and it* concomitant evils, I am des'rous of obtaining a inantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot. &c. fee. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hchtsvili.k. Yaokih Co , N. C., Nov. 1st, IBM. Dt. C. M- J;ickson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, Unit I have :aken. have entirely failed to do. uHoofland's Ger man Bitters" iiave cured me of tha most stubtxn r. and aggravated case of tae piles that, perhaps, evei fell to the lot of man- My case is not a stranger in community, as I am well known in this and the -?urrounding counties, and can truly sav that my re covery h;is astounded nil mv iriends and relations, as 1 had tried everything reoommended, and nothirr did me any good until i wus prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You ure at liberty to trake anvuseot tliis communication, for the l*-r..tit of the afflicted, y ini may think proper. Truly yours, WM J. ATWOOD. These bittern are entirely vottiahic, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and c?n be used for uiiant* as well as adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. GILMAN, Wa-hington; J. L. klDWELL, Geornetown; and J. R. PIERPONT, Alexandria. mar 1 ?lv CARTER'S SFAiNISH MIXTURE. Th? Grant Psrlfltr of th? Blood I Hot a Particle of Mercary In It *n Imx*txiPLx Ritkzdt for Scrofula, Eia^s Erli, RbcumatlBta, Obstinate Cutaneccs Eruptkns, Fim?>!es or PustulAB on the face, Blotches, Boilf, Chronic 8q?e Kj??, Ring Worn: or Tetter, S ali Kead, Knia'frbmeat aai Pain of the Bones aud Joint*, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago. PrinVi Cc.mpla'nta, an 1 all the diseases arising from an irjud' use of Mereurv, 1m prud idm in I ifr. or Impurity of the B'ood. ItHIS viiluaUe M dk^ne, nhich ha? become c?le? brated fcr th1? number of sxtracrdicarj cures, ?ffected through its sgecey, has indueed the j,ropri store, at the urj' nt r^qneft of thelx ftiendf, to o!T-r .t to the public, which tbey do with the utmost cca? 3d nca in its virtues ard wonuerfal curative prop ?rti a The following cer'!?cai?a, ?eiecied Jrom a large number, are, however, stronger t-3tLr.ony thau the mere word of the proprietors; and are s'l frout gf.ntlen?n well known in their localities, of the highost isspectaMlity, many of th?m rwidir^ ia the city of Richaoi d. Va. P. BOYD^N, Esq,, of the Exr-hange Hotel, Itieh mond, kuewn everywhere es ys he Lv seen "he Jde-> ?dne called'6 Hpanisu Mixtcki, adm nirtarec in o^er n h?:ndr^i oases, in nsarly all the diwees^i ?br which it ia recommended, with the mofat at ton Ishlngly giwei rf suits, tie eays it is th: ?est ex tra*rd;nar) medirina he has ?ver e^o. AQUK AND > KViitl?GttlCAT CUiiK.?I hereby certify that for three years I had A^e wad F*ver of the mort Tiolc nt description. I had several Phy sidanf, tcvk l?rg? <iu.->n(!tias of Quinine, Mercury, uhI I bel eve all tlia T-cice eiiettised: bate!! with out permarent relief. At last I triad Carter1* ripaniah Mixta re, two bottles of which eff?cta*l!y curad me, sad I am hapnv to ssy I have hti neither chllia or fevers sinoe. 1 oowider It the best Tonic :n this worLl, ar-J tha only madi'iae that *vei reached ray ca^e. JOHN LOriGDkN. Bi&tu T>itw, near RichmcDd. Va 0. B. LUCK, Eeq., now in the city of Cichaond ana for Liany years in the Port Ofiee, hts s.nch wniidence in the asumishin? efficacy of Carter's dphniah Millar .' tli^t he hae bought upvar-if cf W bottles, which r.a has g-vsn away to the sJTyrted.? Mr. Luck says he h<is onve! known it to tiii whtz> tafe?n according U> dir?jtici?s. Dr. M.INQE, a practi3inff l hypiMan, and formerly of the City Hotel, in the city of Pd hracnJ, saya ha haa witnessed in a number of injtanoe* the effects ol Cartel's Spanish Mixture, wnich were mo?' truly tturprlsing. lie eays in a eaae of Oonsuoption, da Cnuent on the Liver, the good effects were wec rful indeed. BAMCSL M. DRIKBEE, ofthe firm of Drinker 4 Morris, Richmond, was cared cured of Liver Ccm> plaint of three \ ears standing, by the nee of two bottles of Carter's gpanhh Mixture. GREAT CUKK OP HTdOFUL A.?The Kditort of the Richmond Republican h?l a servant employed in their press room, cured cf violent Scrofula, com blued with Rhcoaatteia, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's fpgnb.1. Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi tors in a public notice, say they Cheerfully recom mend it to all who are affile led with any diisare ol the blood." oTILL ANOTlIfB CURB OF 8CROF17L1.?I had a very valuable boy -unsl of 3erofuia by CitXn't Spanish Mixture I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMZF M. TAYLOR, Coniuctc. u? the R. F. and P. B. R. Ca? Richmond. Va SALT RHEUM OF TWKNTY VA RR STANDCTQ CUMkD Mr. JOEH TUOMTtON, iuid!DK in tie ol*y oi Rictusond, wee cured by three bjttles cf CarJors r'pacirh Hix'ure, of Salt Ilhcum, which be ha: tor near'y tveaty vearc aud which ali the physicians of tha fOg could not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well known tvtaoant in the city of RichzLondl and hir to aNi get-'u-table. WIS. A. "iA1TI1 E>'<78, of Rirhmocd had a servant curoa at Pvphllifl, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Be says he ch-erfully reeom mends it, and considers it a vary invaluable medi cine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner ol the revenue, says he hae seen the good effects of Carter's iperuab Mixture in a number of Syphilitic eases, and mys .t to a perfect eure ft r that horrible disease. WM. 6. HARWOOD.ef Richmond, ewred of eld Bores and Ulcers, which disabled him frsm walking. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, as. d was enabled to walk without a orutofc, in a shot t time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CL081 k Oo? lip. 88 Maidan L^ue, New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 182 North Baecnd tt? Philadelphia EEN^ETT A BI.SBS, No. 125 Main rtreer, Rich Bond, Va. And for sale by OHA^LKS BTOTT, Waahmat r D. 0; H1NKY I FEL, Alexandrto, and by Drn/g1st? arerywhere. Fn? per bottle, or l>z bottiej fcr fit, frAck tayuml TRAVfXrWT WRETTOItT. BY BAILR4>AD DIRECT TO lime between Waihington and Wheeiiag but 17* hourt! Running tirrw bftwftt Washington and Cincinnati 37 Lours !! Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to be bad in Washington !!! TUB BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD HAVING ereatly improved iu Wrrtmi e?func tion! now ort< rn the fuJ|r?t inrturi meets to travelers betwern lYa?hin;ton, HaUnn<ire, aad all portions of U><' W?t, tlx- NurUiweet and Uie Soutii * c?t The connection between tlie trains from Wasb ngt >n and the tr.iio* S-nind *crt from Ralcitaoie m tlway* promptly made nt the Washington Juartioa (lately called tlie R? lay Hon-e) 9 mil*** fr?wn Balti more. Thii i? the onlv chutr of ran n quired be witC Washington and the Ohio river. Bupyr u checked throu^u to Wheeling at the WaanMfton xUiii*, and nchecked and transferred there (with ihe pa.-sengers) without charje, for tho-e holding ih rough tickets for points beyond. The coniw ctinf train- leave Washmjrt ?n daily at 6 a. m. and p. in. ? >n Sunday* at the latter hour only. At M heeling Atre i conveCion is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, run ning from Heilaire on the 4>hio. near Wheeling, hroufh Cambridge, Zanesville and Newark, to COLUMBUS. TVfe train" connect at Newark with ihe car* of the Newark, VngHri and Sandus ky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago St. Louts, etc. At Columbus the C. O Railroad train* connect with the last trains of the LMU V..;mi Railroad to Xenia, CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, etc. At .Vcnt^ (on l.ittle Mmmi Rmlioad) connection is formed with the train* ttir.Mich Day*on, to INDIAN APOLIS, Terre Haute, Latayctte, Chicago, Rock Mand, St. Louis, etc. W" l'?a*mn rs h'lldire ?hrnifli tickets lor Mem phis I xckthurg, Vsfeto, A'e? Or lean* etc.. which arc also sold at Wa?hingt>n- are trans-erred at Cin cinnati to the Kail Su am era on the Ohio. Tickets for Evausville, Cairo, and St Louis are sold by thia route. ?FOR CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Tiled', Detroit, Chicaro, tie., tu kets are sold, when the OhM is navigable hi tween Wheeling and WollsVille (f??ny miles) where a connection with tir: Cleveland and Pluaburg Railroad is made. Travellers art- r> qu?-a cd to notice that wkile thia i* the only route aft? rdinc through tickets and checks In W*>hin*ion, it i? also thr shortest, mort spce y, and direct to nearly all the Icauimx points in 'he Treat West. The distance fr m Washington to Cin cinnati is init miles, being about 100 tuiles short er than by nnv ojher rout'-I FARE BY THROUGH TICKET FROM WASH INUTON: T ? Wheeling, $9 50; Columbus |U 85; Dayton, *15 50; Cincinnati, $16 ; L??uisvil e. by railroad *1*65. by -tea:n?-r!rom ? incinnati, $18; In rliui&polis. $17 fk<; * "lev-eland, $'2 15; Toledo, $15 f*0; D troit. $15 20, Cliicaeo. $2l? 65 arid $19 50; St. Loats, $2tf 50 ao.1 ??>, Memphis, $26, New Or leans, $51, etc. KOR FREDERICK an l H \RPLR'S FERRY MART1NS3URG. BERKELEY SPPINOfl, CUM BERLAND, BEDfOBDSl'RIN'G^. Piedmont, Oak land, a:id Fairmoant, passengers may leave Wash ington a* 6 a m or p. un. For the n.innr way sua ui- fx twe? n <>a!iiniore a:id Wheeling, take 6 a m train from Waxlungt^n W r.?r trains to and fr-m Balumorc, Annapolis, etc., see sprcial advrrt!.?em< nts. *^-Fnr further information, thr ugh tirkets, kc., ^?.'ply toTHOS. II. PARSONfl; nt, at Washing t >a Station. JOHN H. IMJNE, Master of Transportation Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, may 3?tf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHANGE OF HOURS. ON and after M-mday, the 22 i instant, the trail* will Leave Washington at 8 and a. m., *nd 3 and 4# p m ?)n Sunday at 4V< p Jn Leave Balumore at 4^ and 9j^ a m, and 3 and 5* P m On Sunday at 4J{ a m. ap 23- tf T. H. PARSONS, Agent. JftS Mott Bedell's Lice. ? SEW*mN<;TOM CITY, J1SD DISTMCT Oi COLUMBIA PACKETS. Tins line or packets sails weekly from pier 14 Ea^t River, New York, and oftenet if necessary, and are compose^i of tlie following draft cln.?? vessels: >cw schr. V. Bedrl, Bedell, master. New schr. Mtlf A V. "JVertweil. Schr. Jinn D., H m. Ohver, master. Schr. VoLinl, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Comrnander-in-Chief. Wog! iia, master. Schr. Greeniray, Wilson, master. These veaae's are all fast sailers, and the master* men of existence in th? trade, and the only regu lar !ine of Waishincton City packets. MOTT BE:?ELL. Wall ?tre?n. If. T. S. 8. MASTERS * SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, ffcb 1?8ra Washintton and D. C. 0EAHGE A1TD ALXXANDEIi EAUBOAXK On and Tuesday, Nov. 7, 1854, ^'IIR Can lenve Aiexaidrla daily for Gordon* X ville and lnU-T*?>diKi? itatlrna at 7 4 o'clock, a. m., on thr arrival o! the boat (n>m Wash'.oirton, g-Tinganpl# tine icr breakfast on bcarJ. Con* meeting at >Kne^sa? Junct)?n *iu a trais for ftlra* burg, at Warrsnton Ja- crlon witr> a trair for War rectcn,and at Gordenevill* with tha trehip on tL? Virginia Ontral lUilrcad for KJ'-iuiiOrl,CharleUan viiie, and Staunton. The e?r? i?are Gordonfivili# <!a!lv lor Alsxr -dria and intenaadiaur ?ution&, at % hefors i% a. nt., on the antral of tbe tTkins or ih* Virginia Oabtrai rail road ten Rlctn: -s 1, Char lot Ills, <od Statnton. THRCUan TICKLT8 Fr'-n Aln-xirlria tc VMrmtcr...............$2 00 * * OcrdoneTs'le.........^.. 8 60 ** ? CharlattesviUs 4 26 " *? BtAMstou. 6 00 ** *" gtraebnrg 3 ??0 " * Lynctbnrg...^. e 76 u 1 nmcii-ster3 60 " ' L'iray...................... 4 25 14 K New Market 6 00 " Middlr curg ............ 2 26 Far Lt-neLbnrfj rcrnecbngwith the atagaa at Gliarl^ttMvlEe, on Mondayr, W?dne6d*ys ax.4 FrV dava Fvr Lcray a^d Ksw MuU; ocr.neotlng with tha a ages at Culpeper, cn Vweadayk,Ynorsday?, and Sab nrday Pr-r Winchester lilly, x>:in?cting alth tts ttagw et Piedmont F t Middlabor; dally, rcsceeting with tha stagM ai the Plains. j?ar ordei: W. D. BR0CKXTT, AjtoL I^OV 7?silf FOR MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FdlDlYB. ;Fare ronnd trip Si; from Alex aa^rii 76 eenta-lhe THOMAb ODLLYKR leavafl WitbiBfr.E at 0 tn-j Aleisndria at o'oiock. Coachas leave thr. Capitol fc. tie beat at 6* o'clk. Cor-Li f irs 10 cents. I'arsocf witfhi- g - ha OachM will Imt? ttelr r?rf? dance with Geo. i Tboa. Parkar R?f> Mhsi*nts 03 the boat. Oft JS-^tr SA^TL ORDNRT, Capt. THE NEW YORK & L1VKHPVOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. THR &UIPS comprising this lini ari THE? ATLANTIC, Oapt. We-rt PaQUiC, Capt Nv? BALTI J, Capt. C^mstook, AIiIUATIC, OapC Gratton. There shlr^ have been built by contract, express ly for Qovernment serrios; every care has been taken in *hclr oon?tructK>n, aa In the Bagioes to incurs uuvEgtb ani cpeed, and their aoeemmoda* tk-ns tor vacaengers are unequalled for elegano* and eorr.wrt. Price of passage frcaa New York to Liverpool, In ?irst cable...............m*............................^i ^0 Bwiad Cabin TO KXfJ.-.aivs use of extra viae atate rooms BOB From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?Xk An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No bertfi Oan be ancored notil paid for. Por freight ar passage apply to RDWA&D fc. CCLLINB k 00., ?9 Wall street. Ne* York. BROWN, biilPLKY A C R. G. r BRRTi ft 00? UverpeeL 18 king's Arms Yard. London. JOHN MUNROR ft 00, M Rua Notre Dame dee Ti teirea, ParM. GEO H. DRAPFR, Havre. The owners of thef-e shins will not b* aeoonntaM* for fold, eflver, bullion, specie, ie?elry, pr?d>.ua atones or metals, unless bills ef lading are signet therefor, and the valne thereof iksram mvv II. 41 r BAfUtlKQ HOUSE OF PAOLO * BOURSE, Orami* Unite* fttetes 7Vwary TYONUS, Mocks and other suamiMrs ??tLhaeed XI and sold. Interest at tha into of Mix i**r cent pnr iwurn al, loweJ an deposit* when left fbr S> 4we w (onget. Jnn *

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