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WASHINGTON SENTINEL.
V0L3 __TRI-WEEKLY. " ?<>? '?*
CITY OF WASHINGTON. THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1856.
WASHINGTON SKNTINK1
IS PUBLISHED TRI-WEEKLV AND WEEKLY BY
BEVERLEY TUCKER,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR,
Ward'* Uulldluf, wear the Capitol,
CITY OF WASHINGTON.
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more copies?
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All advertising for a less time than three months,
will be at the usual rates?$1 per square for the
first three insertions, and twenty-live cents for
each subhequent issue.
[email protected] on business should be addressed
to John Shaw, Sentinel oflice, W asbington.
BY RAILROAD DIRECT
TO
tp tt to WEST.
Tim* between Wsihlnaton and Wheeling
bat 17 l-!?i?oar*l
Running time between Washington and Cincin
nuti 27 hours!.'
Through Tickets and Baggage Checks o be had
in Washington!!'
BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
HAVING greatly Improved Its Western
connections now offers the fullest induce
ments to travellers between Washington, Balti
more, and all portions of the West, the Northwes
aud the Southwest. . .
The connection between the trains from \V ash
inirton and the trains bound west from Baltimore
is always promptly made at the Washington Junc
tion (lately called the Relay House) 9 mjles from
Baltimore. This is the only change ot cars re
quired between Washington and the Ohio river.
Baggage is checked through to Wheeling at the
Washington station, and rechecked and trunsler.
red there, (with the passengers) without charge,
for those holding through tickets for points beyond.
The connecting trains leave Washington daily at
6 a. m. and 4i p. m. On Sundayr-at the latter
hour only. . .. ..
Al Wheeling direct connection is made with tne
trains of the CENTRALOIUO RAILROAD, run
niiifr from Bellairre on the Ohio, near W hee ing,
through Cambridge, Zanesville and Newark, to
COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark
with the cars of the Newark. Man*fit* and Sand,
usky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit,
Chicago, St. Louis, etc.
At Columbus the C. O. Railroad trains connect
with the fast trains of the Little Miami Railroad
to Xema,CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, dc. At
Xenia (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is
forimd with the iraius through Dayton, to IN DI
ANAPOL1S, Terre Haute, Lafayetie. Chicago
Rack Island, St. Louis, etc.
HJT Passengers holding through tickets lor
Memphis, Vicksburg, Hatches, New Orleans etc.
which are also sold at Washington, are transler
red at Cincinnati to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio
Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St. Louis are
sold by this route .
IW FOR CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to
Toledo, Detroit, Cnicago, etc., tickets are sold,
when the Ohio is nnvigablc between Wheeling and
WelUville (forty miles) where a connection with
the Cleveland and Pittsbur* Railroad is mad?.
Travellers are requested to notice that while
thio is the only route affording through tickets and
checks in Washington, it i? also the shoru-sl, mo&t
speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points
in the great West. The distance from W^ing
ton to Cincinnati is but 663 miles, being about 100
miles shorter than by any other route!
FARE BY THROUGH TICKET FROM
WASHINGTON: To Wheeling, *9 60; Columbus,
*13 65; Dayton, *15 50; Cincinnati, *16; Louis
ville, by railroad, *18 65; by steamer from Cincin
nati, *1*; Indianapolis, *17 50; Sleveland, *12 1<>,
Toledo, *15 &0; Detioit, *15 20; Chicago *20 b.)
and *19 50; St. Louis, *2S 50 and *25; Memphis.
^"'Jr0?EDEr!c?';.J HARPER'S KF.lt.
RY MARTINSBURG, BERKLEY SPRINGS,
CUMBERLAND, BEDFORD SPRINGS, Pied
mont, Oakland, and Fairmount, pa?sengers may
leave Washiugton at 6 a. in. or 4 J p. m. Foi'the
minor way aiauon* between Baltimore and Wheel
ing, take 6 a. m. train from Washington^
UlT" Fortrains to and from Baltimore, Annapolis,
eic., see special adverti-einents.
ITT" For further information, through tickets,
Re apply to THOS. H. PAPONS, Agent at
Washington Station. JOHN H. DONE,
Master of Transportation
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Balti vjre
May 5?ly.
WfctilllNUTON HltANCII 11 A II.ItOA l>
g??
THE TKAIN8
Leave Washington at (t and h. and .1 ami
4 J p. in.
Leave Baltimore at 4i ami 9$ a. in., nnd 3 and
?r'i P- m.
On Sundays the only train ffem Baltimore is
that leaving at 4i a. m., and from Washington at
44 p. m.
May 5?tf. T. U. PARSONS, Agent
WINCHESTER MEDICAL COLLEGE.
|wincnzsTKa, ?ixniitia ]
THE next Annual Kes-lmi of thla Instl
t tit ion will toramnce o? the 1st of October,
and continue until May following.
FACtH.Tr.
Hugh H. McGnire, M. D., Professor of Surgery
and Physiology , J. Philip Smith, M. D.? Prote?s?>r
of Practice ol Medicine and Obstetrics; Alfred
B. Tucker, M. !>., Professor of Anatomy, Chem
istry, and Materia Medica.
Fees for the whole course, $100; matriculation
fee, IJi; disserting ticket, (once only,) 110 ; diplo
ma Ire, t'^0.
The course pursued "is that of daily examina
tions on the preceding lecture ; generally but two
and never more than three lecturea are delivered
during the day. The study of practical anatomy
may be pursued at a trifling expense. Clinical
lectures delivered during the session.
By a recent act of the General Assembly, the
College educeteajf/fom young men from the Slate
of Virginia, free of all expense lor tuition, use of
rooms, &c. It is required that applicants ahould
lie of good, moral character, and unable to pur
sue their studies at their own expense. For fur
ther information apply to
ALFREt* B. TUCKER, M. D , Dean.
May 1?3twO!
AlH.flH.MICNTAlO A NO PRACTICAL
Treatise on Perspective fbr t?egiiiners, sim
plified tor the use of jnvenile stndertts and ama
teur* I* architecture, painting, fee.; aJso adapted
tor schools and private instructors, fourth edition,
revised and enlarged, by Oeorgr Payne, srtiat;
eighty-six illustrations, ??> cents.
Rudiments of the Art ol Buildm*, iq Ave sec
tions, vii: 1. General principles of construction;
2. Materials used in bniMing; 3. Strength of ma
terials; 4. Use of materials; o. Working drawings,
specifications, and estimates, illustrated with 111
woodcuts, by Edward I>obson, author of the Rail
ways of Belgium. Arc.
Elements of Mechanism, elucidating ihe scien
tific principles of the practical construction ot
machines, lor the use ol schools and students in
mechanical engineering, with numerous speci
mens of modern machines remarknhl* for their
ntility and ingennity, illustrated with 243 engrav
ings, by T. Raker, author of Railway Engineering,
&c.
Just received, and for aale at the Bookstore ot
R. FARNHAM, corner of 11th street and Penn
sylvania avenue.
KNULISH AND FUKMCII BOAltOIMO
AND DAY SCHOOL..
MISS 1J H OO It E , from Philadelphia, will
opeuher BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
lor young Ladies, on Monday, September lOlh,
It?55, ai No. 138, Penii. Aveuue, corner of
Seven Buildings and 19th street. Misa BROOKE
will be uuftioted by the most competent Protes
tors in every department.
A French lady, recently from Puns, is engaged
as a resident governess, and every means will be
used to accomplish her pupils in that language.
Drawing will be taught in various and elegant
styles.
KECOMllEND ATIONS:
"My friend, Miss Brooke, is a most estimable
lady, of great intelligence, whose qualiiiationa as
a teacher, and whose accomplishments in English
literature, entitle her to high consideration.
ALONZO POTTER."
''Miss Brooke is well known to me as a lady
who is entirely capable of conducting successfully
the education of young ladies, and in every way
worthy of the patronage of parents.
A. DALLAS BACIIE."
???*
The Right Rev ALONZO POTTER, D. D.,
LL. D.,
Right Rev. G. W. DOANE, D. D., LL. D.
Professor A. DALLAS BACHE, Supt. Coast
Survey.
Prolessor JOSEPH HENRY, Secy ofSinith
soian Institution.
Gen. JOHN MASON, Washington, D. C.
WILLIAM W. CORCORAN, Em. "
JOHN S. MEEHAN, Esq., Librarian to Con
gress.
Hon. JAMES CAMPBELL, P. M. General.
Hon. ELLIS LEWIS, Chief Justice of the S.
Court, Pa.
Hon. G. W. WOODWARD, Associate Judgi,
of the S. Court of Penna.
Hon. GEORGE VAIL, M. C., N.Jersey.
Lieut. M. F. MAURY, LL. D., U. S.OUei /a
tory.
Circulars stating the term* to b? had at the
principal Book Stores, or of Miss Brooke, No
13S Pa. Avenue.
August 30?3tawlm.
MIDDLETON'S ICE.
Oue price and full aupply guarantied. I
THE Subscriber, having succeeded iu filling
all his bouses with Ice of a very superior
quality, and having the most extensive facilities
(or conducting the trade, i? now fully prepared to
make contract* for the ensuing season, and feels
confident that the interest of consumers will be
advanced by giving it their attention.
Persons in any part of Washington will be
supplied punctually according to contract, either
lor the season, (viz: from 1st May to 1st October,
or for the entire year.
To avoid mistakes and trouble in settling ac
counts, contracts should be made, if possible, with
the proprietor, and not left entirely with servants
and those delivering the Ice.
Tickets it used at all must be paid for on delivery
unless otherwise arranged.
Customers leaving the city for more than ten
days at a time, by giving notice at the office, will
be entitled to a proper deduction; without such
notice 110 deduction will be made.
Notice of change of residence, if given at the
office, will prevent disappointment.
Complaints against drivers for neglect, careless
ness, or any other cause, should be made at the
Ice kept constantly on hand at the office, and
can be had in largo or small quantities.
Orders can be left at the following places or
sent through the Post Office:
Nairn & Palmer, Penn. avenue and 9th street.
Z. D. Gilman, Penn. avenue, between Gth and
7th streets. . , ,
W. II. Gilman, Pennsylvania avenue and 44
street. ...
Dr. T C. McIniike, 7th and I streets.
Fokd& Bko., Penn. avenue and 11th street.
Kidglky's. Seven Buildings.
Z. M. P. K no, corner 154 and I streets.
H. H. McPhkrson, Capitol Hill.
L. R. Holmkad, Maryland avenue and 7th
street. ,
F. S. Walsh, Navy \ard.
Dyson, corner of Peon, avenue & Wth
"rMt* L.J. MIDDLETON,
Office add Depot southwest cor. F and 12thatreets.
LAW NOTICE.
It row n, Itaatoa, sad Wslksr.
WM. T. BROWN, FRED. P. STANTON,
nnd J. KNOX WALKER, have formed a
partnership for practising law in the Supreme
Court of the United Slates, and the Court of
Claims in Washington, and in the Courts of len
nessee. Offices in Washington and Memphis.
One of the parties will always be found at either
place, and letters addressed to them will recei ve
prompt attention. April 21 tfeod
RAPPAHANNOCK ACADEMY.
IIOit LBASl'j OR Ki;NT?TUe aubnerU
' ber having determined to discontinue teach
ing school, oilers for Lease or Rent the Rappa
hannock Academy, which he wishes to ,
for the next four years. There has been a school
at the place for forty years. It ?? situated seven
tren mites below Fredericksburg, immediately oa
the road between thai place and Port Royal.
The locality can be surpassed by none for beauty
or heallhfulneaa, is supplied with all accessary
buildings, which are in good repair and will ac
commodate seventy borders.
Teachers wishing to keep a boardin* school,
will do well by calling to a?e the place Iwlore
"?BdlS SEE*.r<rn Ror?i. C., -...
"noJ.'si-"" THOMAS K THORNTON
JOYCE'8 TASTELESS SOLUTION
or * 114 Chambers BUtSt, N. If.
TO THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.
G|.- >Tl.EIH KM.?Ttie valuable medicinal
properties of Balaam Copaiba have loag
been recognized by the faculty, bnt the great d.a
advantage arising from its nauseoua taste ha?
hitherto prevented its administration in many
diseases lor which it is particularly adapted The
usual ' mod:* o)~rand,* Of presenting It, either
in the form of an Emnlsion or <?slaiii?ouaCap
utiles, ha. not been found sat.sfactoiv, being haNe
to some objection, either from the difficulty e*pe
riem-ed by some individuals in the deglutition of
the Capsule or the small quantity of Copaiba gen
erally found in the Emulsion. I
Jovce s tasteless solution of Copaiba ta the
moat unique preparation yet introduced to the
medical profession, as it contains oO per cent, ol
the purest Para Copaiba, without taweor aroel^
nnd at same time mixes clearly and freely with
wster. and ia pronounced by the moat eminent
physicians and analytical cheraiata in the old and
new worlds to contain all the medicinal proper
ties of Balsam Copaiba without ita disagreable
characteristics.
It is an efficient preparation for all diseases ol
the mucous membranea, and particularly GO? ?
rherra, Leucorrh?a, fWeet, pamfnl hemorrhoifla.
affections, and in chronic irritation of the bladder.
Sold in Washington wholesale, *>y
J. N. GALLAN,
and retail by Messrs^ O. Stott & c?r^;J
Kings, Patterson Ac Nnirn, 1-ord fc Bioiher*,
D. S. Dyson, J. B. Moore Dr. W. B. Youna.
I! A Payne, Bury it Co., Navy Yard; H M
McPMrZ ir, V ' *;;??.
u?n,..nin Hrankin, Mclntife. Dr. ?. E. Ty
I S Lovejoy, J. W. Nairn, Wallace Elliott
and John A. Milburn, and Pierpoiat, Alex*
andria.
Oct 0?Oia
NfcW TIN-WARE ESTABLISHMENT.
rilHE underalKued have commenced the
1 Tin-Ware and Copper bnsiaesa and repair
ing generally of every article in this line, on .<
street, two doors south of Pennsylvania avenue.
They are also prepared to execute, on the shortest
notice, and in the most perfect manner, model* ol
every deacrintion, intended to be patented.
A share of patronage isearn??thr solicited.
425 , 1 HARMAN k WILSON.
MUMHUK* of CONGRESS and Viai
ure re?|?eotlully informed
A\LOR A: MAURV8 Book uad Sttt
tionery btore, near Ninth street, they will meet
all iheir./equ t re to en t s. Their extensive stock, in
to ,he Allowing important wotka, com
ind Art dePart"'?:?t of Literature, Science,
lion*!W l>0?k* receiv?d immediately on publics
Weekly importation* from England.
Calhoun's Worka, 6 vol*.
Jefferson's Works, 9 vols.
Ev.M!wf!rk'' 6 *?'"?' uuloerraph edition.
Everest s Orationa and Speeches, 2 vola.
Clay a I rivatc Correapondence, 1 vol.
? S. I renting Memoirs, 2 vola.
Bancroft's History of the United States,G vola
otatesmuri a Manual, 4 vola.
Hickey a Conatitntiou, 1 vol.
Jetieraon's Manual, 1 vol.
vne 9???'!lut,oa ol United Staiea, 1 vol.
Elliota Debutes and Madison Papers, 5 vola
Murah a Orators and Statesmen, 1 vol
Story a Works, 3 vola.
Uvea oi CWXuatu^a of ifo? Uuiied States,
I vol.
L*2bvoi C'ViI L'berty aud Sa" Government^
Wirt's Life of Patrick Henry, 1 vol.
Kennedy's Life of Wirt, 2 vola.
OarlumJ a Lile of John Randolph, 1 vol.
Party Leader's, by Baldwiu, 1 vol.
vol ?C('UeV'"e<8 Democracy 'n America J
The Federalist, 1 vol.
Grimke's Nature and Tendency o Free Insti
tutions, 1 vol.
Constitutional Text-Book, 1 vol
Carey's Past, Present, and Future, 1 vol.
Seaman s Progress of Nations, 1 vol.
McElligott's American Debater. 1 vol.
Future Wealth of America, 1 vol.
Smith's Wealth of Nations, 1 vol
Every description of American, English, and
French stationery of the Anest qualities, at the
lowest prices. '
Viaiting Cards engraved and printed wnh the
greatest promptitude.
? 0 . ,. TAYLOR & MAURY'S, '?
. eC^Tdl1 ___ Near Ninth street.
L?AVI8 from a Famlly~JouruaF, from
I.. 01 ,Emille Souvestre, author of
i nc Attic 1 Inlosopher m I?ariij.
Mrs.Jaineson'sCommon-placeBookofThouirhta
Memories, and Fancies. '
T _ ? R- FARNHAM,
[; une 7 Comer 11th st. and Penn. av
T" K AMERICA* SPOHTSMAN, Con
X mining Dints to Sportsuieu. Notes on Sport
I ng, and the Habits of (he Game Birds and Wild
* 01 America, by Ehaha J. Lewis, M. D with
numerous illustrations. For sale at
Taylor & maury'S
Ja"'j Kook Store, near Ninth atreel.
1 L.AND WARRANTS.
"HL, Subarribers, having made addition
. to their active capital, are now prepared to
purchase an unlimited quantity of Land Warrants
not only at the very highest market prices, but ax
nm*s will pay more than any house m this city,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, or New York and cer
tainly always as much ; and will deal very liberally
with correspondents, forwarding Warrants bv
mail, always allowing thein more liberal rates in
consideration of the loss of time necessary for their
transmission to this city, and our return drafts on
Northern and Southern cities in payment. Address
i) i ^ M. CLARKE ic Co., Bankers, and
Dealers iu Land W arrant*, Washington, D. C.
REFER TO?
Calonel James G. Berret, Postmaster, Wash
ington, D. C.
^ Mteu' Co vBant??, Washington, D. C
All the Officers of the Banks m Wheelin*
Virginia. ?'
Beebee & Co., Bankers, New York.
Petera, Spence, Ac Co.. Bankers, Lynchburg, Va.
Paul &liinton, Bankers, Petersburg, Va
R. H Miury dt Co Bankers, Richmond, Va.
Cashier Bank of Virginia. Richmond, Va
Cashier Farmers'Bank oA'irginia, Richmond, Va.
Cashier M and M. Bank, Parkersburg Va
Jamea Robb & Oo, Bankers, New Orleans'
J. H . Clark <* Co., Bankers, Boston.
W. M. to. J. C.Martin, Bankers,Charleston,?.C.
F. ?SC A. Vinton. Bankers, New Philadelphia O
| Jan. 19?lm.
N?"TH AWI> W)C/TH, by the author of
Mary Barton/' "The Moorland Cottage "
"Crawford," drc. 37J cents. '
Kings and Queens, or Life in the Palace, by
John S. C. Abbott, new edition, just received and
for sale by R FARNHAM
GLEN WOOD CEMETERY.
Orricr No. 292, Pennsylvania Avenue,
Corner of 10th street, over Savings Bank
Till* CRMETHRV la laid out on the plan
ol the celebrated Greenwood of New York,
and situated on the high around, distant one and
a quarter miles north of the Capitol, North Oapi
tol street, leading directly to the Gateway This
I company have received a charter from Con
gre??, appropriating tins ground for ever to burial I
purpo.es, making a fee title to the purchaser, and
prohibiting all encroach me ota from legislation or i
otherwise, which is of vast importance to those '
who wish their dead to repose where they have !
placed them ; for it has hsoome a custom in all I
cities \? hen the burial ground becomes valuable j
for other purposes, to srl! it, and throw the dead
! promiscuously into one large pit, and legal mea
j auras cannot prevent it, as no titles are given to
the ground.
N B. Office hours from 10 a m.,to 12 m, where !
| pamphlets containing the Charter. By-laws, and
a Map of the Grounds, and all other in formatter
can be obtained.
All ordera left with Mr. James F. Harv* I
410, 7th street, or any other undertaker, will b?
promptly attended to. June i$*_|y
i; XTKA Heavy-plat ?d Tea Met*. Albata
JCj Fork*, Spoon*, Ace.? M. W. Gall At Bro.
have just received a beautiful assortment of?
Lxtra Plated Tea Set*, latest styles
Castors, Cake Baskets, Card Trays, Au
Also, superior Albata Forks and Spoons.
The above are of the very best quality, and tin
usually low.
M. W. QALT & BRO.
H. F. HIHBARD'8 WILD CHERRY BITTERS
AN EXCELLENT REMKDT.
nlllHAHD'M H' lid (Jherry Hitters la the
best Purifier of the Blood and the bast anti
, dote for Dyspepsia we have ever found. It is the
| best Strengthening Bitters lor all who are debili
j tated by sickness or whose nerve* have beet
shattered Irom excitement or overworking them
selves that can be found in any other purgative ia
the world. It is perfectly harmless and gentle in
its nature, and when once used will lie found
highly beneficial, especially to femalea. Try it
and become convinced; our word lor it, you will
not regret It.
Prepared and sold by Hibrakd At \Vhkkler, 82
Spruce street, New York; and J. Gibra, cornerot
fob and E streets, A. Bas**tt, ?08 D street; and
E. H. W?nti, Pennsylvania avenue, Waahing
ton, I). C., and by dealers and druggists gener
ally. July 10?3rn
TAVI.OK A MAIIRV have the honor to
announce the completion of preparations for
! the festive season. In addition to their Ordinary
stock, (which has alwaya been characterized by
elegance and variety,) they have received?
A choice selection of beautifully illustrated and
i tastefully bound Books.
Article* of" verm,'' in Porcelain, Bronx?, and
other manufacture.
Writing Desks, in papier mach* and rosewood
; Card Baska s, Ink-lands, Ladies' Cabas.
Cigar Stands and Cases, Portemonnaies.
J Taper Stands, Sec
Together with a general assortment of aoveltie*
remarkable for a combination of the uselul with
the ornamental, at prices suitable to the ariisnn o
millionaire.
mtownrw NAMRI.R iiotkl.
pknnsvi.vania avxiciii
WASHINGTON CITY.
^lOUTHERN HOOK.?Origin of the Cou
O Mitution ; Incorporation of the General Gov
eminent by the States; as national public agents
in trust, with uo sovereignty; History of Copart
nership Territories from the Virginia Deed, 17t*4,
to the Treaty with Mexico, 1848; Division of the
Public Lauds ; Specific Duties; Origin and History
of the Puritans; Origin and Cause of Trouble be
tween the North and South, and Jeopardy of the
K?publi?j; Legal mode of Redress pointed out; by
W. H. Davis, Wilmington, North Carolina. Price
Two Dollars.
On Sale at BISHOP'S Periodical Store,
No. 21(3 Pennsylvania avenue,
adjoining Willard's Hotel.
B>V liOOliM KECfilV?I) AT SHU,
LINGTON'S Bookstore?
The Dodd Family, by Charles Lever, author ol
harles O'Malley.
P<ehind the Scenes, by Lady Bulwer Lytton.
The Lamplighter, one of the most fascinating
?looks ever written.
Everything in the Hook. Newsfmper. and Sta
ouery line tor sale at
JOE SHILLINGTON'S
Bookstore, Odeon Building, corner 4$
street and Pa. avenue.
TO MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND
STRANGERS.
WATCH lis.?Members of Congress and
others in want of perfect timekeepers would
do well to make their selections at once, in order
to test their quality before leaving the cily.
Our assortment for both Ladies and Gentlemen
was never so complete as at present, embracing
ivery description, which we oiler unusually low.
M. W GALT & BROTHER,
Penn. avenue, between 9lh and l(Xh streets.
Jan 18
ON MANHOOD, AND ITS PREMATURE
DECLINE.
Just Published, Gratis, the tiOtll Thousand.
A FEW WORDS ON THE RATIONAL
Treatment, without Medicine, at Sperma
torrhea or Local Weakness, Nocturnal Emissions,
Genital and Nervous Debility, lmpotency, and
Impediments to Marriage generally.
BY B. DE LANE*', M. P.
The important fact that the many alarming com
plaints, origiuating in the imprudence and solitude
of youth, uiay be easily removed without Medicine,
is, in this small tract, clearly demomtrated; and
the entirely new and highly successful treatment,
as adopted by the Author, fully explained, by
means of which every one is enabled to cure him
self perfectly and at the least possible cost, thereby
avoiding all the advertised nostrums of the day.
Sent to any address, gratis and post free in a
sealed envelope, by remitting (post paid) two
postage stamps to Dr. D. DE LANJEY, 17 Lispe
nard street, New York City.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER
and Plated Ware at Reduced Prices.?In
anticipation of the approaching dull season, we
offer our entire stock of elegant Gold Watches,
Rich Jewelry, Pure Silverware, dee, at greatly
reduced rates.
Pernons would do well to examine our assort
ment, which is by far the largest, most fashionable,
and best selected ever offered to our customers.
M. W. GALT fc BRO.,
324 Penn. avenue, between 8th and 9th streets.
Feb lft?3tif
HAKPEK'S MAGAZINE for September is
a magnificent number, filled with superior
engravings, and tor saJe at Shillington's book
store.
The great Illustrated Magazine of Art for Sep
teiulier is one of the best that has been issued.
Leslie's Ladies' Gazette for September contains
ail the new Fall fashions.
Th? Knickerbocker Magazine for September
?Godey's Lady's Book, Graham's Magazine, anb
Putnam's Magazine, all lor September, received
and for sale at
SHILLINGTON'S Bookstore,
rp HE FAILURE of Free Society?Soci
X ology for the South, or the Failure of Free
Society, by George Fitzhugh. On sale at
TAYLOR St MADRV8
Book Store, near 9th street.
WATER-COLOR PICTURES.?
Mmsrs. TAYLOR Jc MAURY beg to an- {
flounce that, at the suggestion of several of our
citizens, the picture* now on exhibition at their |
store will be raffled for.
Eleven prizes; suty chances, at $5.
April 12 Bookstore, near Ninth street.
XTUW WORK, by the Authur of the Heir
il of RedclvfTe.
The Castle Builders,by the authorof the Heart's
E?se, in paper covers ; price 50 cents ; bound, 7f>
cents.
lust published and (or sale at
TAYLOR & MAURY'S
March 31 Bookstore, near Ninth street.
riMIB HEALING OP THE NATIONS, by
I Charles Linton; with an Introduetion and
Appendix by N. P. Tallmadge. Published by the
Socieiv for the Diflusion of Spiritual Knowledge.
New York, 1 large octavo volume, price f 1 >>0
For sale at
TAYLOR & MAURY'S Bookstore.
May 5 near 9tb street.
BLKIlb^ NEtV YORK IIATtU-CtkhloB
for Spring this day opened at
STEVENS
Feb 6?3tif Salear . Brown's Hotel
P HAYEK IlOOkS AND 111 I) L EM.?
Juit received a very large assortment of
trayer Books and Biblea, in all kind of bindings;
the best assorttuenl, perhaps, to be found ia the
country.
Also, a large assortment of English Books in
History, Poetry, Ate., and the best American edi
tions on the same sulijecta.
R, FAKNIIAM,
A UTOBIOGKAPIIY OK A JOURNEY*
man Printer.?The Working inan'a Way ia
the World, being the Autobiography of a Journey
man Printer.
Classic and Historic Patriots, by James Bruce
Just published and for sale at
Taylor ?r. maurys
JONAS r?. XiBVY,
Importer ? nd Ilealer
IV
U1NKR, LKilOBS, IRUARR,
AND
FINE O ROCERIE8.
Otarrsl Commission and Forwarding
Merrhant,
No. 474 Penn. Avenue, two doors below U. S.
Hotel,
WASHINGTON CITT, D. C.
II7~ N. B. Country Merchanta are requestea to
give me a call before purchasing elsewhere.
07" Also, Agent for the Farmkbs' and MurMAiti is
Fish and Marine, and Lira Iivatr*A*CB Com PAX T
of Philadelphia, for the ports and towns of Ales
andria. Va . and1 Georgetown, I). C.
(Jet *0?1 f
TAKE NOTICE,
I It AVE now on hand a large assortment
of every description of Spectacles, from the
lowest price to the very best quality used, and
having been for a long time engaged in manufac
turing. and adjuating Glasses for the most difficult
and defective visions, there lore can with confidence
guarantee to benefit and improve the s ght of ah
who need.
Call at 418, Pennsylvania avenue, Sign of th
arge Spread Eagle- A. O. rlOOL).
Feb f | Organ.1
KII> <.l4?YlvH.?A fresh aupply of Gent a
light-colorcd Kid Gloves at
STEVENS'S
Feb rM?3tif Salea Room, Brown's Hot? I.
WAY I.OK * MAUKY* DOLLAH l.KT
X ter balance, in universal use. Price SI.
April 21 Bookstore, near 9th at.
UNDER MillltTM AND DRAWERS.?
Another and a very large supply of Warm
Uinter Shirts anil Drawers this day opuued, of the
best quality and at low anil uniform prices, at
STEVENS'S Sale* Room,
Nov 15?<3tif Brown's Hotel.
DANIEL W EIJMTER.? Mown. Taylor
& MA URY liavw a few of the original sub
scribers' copies ol the works of Daniel Webster;
printed on very tine imperial paper, in which Mr.
Webster inscribed his name. Six volumes ;
price $20.
T. & M. are the only booksellers in the United
States who have any copies in their possession.
Mar 11 Bookstore near 9th st.
rPREBLE PATENT IMPROVED EYE
X let Machine.
First patent combined on one stock.
Second patent, self-feeding in the eyelets.
Third patent, patent improved fastener, riveting
both sides.
All parties in want of a good Eyelet Machine
are strongly recommended to use none but "Lip
man s Paleut Improved," which is decidedly the
best ever brought before the public, possessing
numerous advantages, viz:
It is strong, durable, and not liable to gel out of
order.
It punches the hole well and to fit the Eyelet,
and iu one operation clinches the Eyelet on both
sides.
It saves time, as the papers, &c., need not be
reversed or turned over to clinch the Eyelet a
second time, as is the case with all other ma
chines.
It is useful to the merchant in filing away
papers, as well as to the attorney or conveyaucer,
the shomaker, tailor, miliner, and numerous
others, and is a very labor-saving machine.
Agents for Washington,
TAYLOR & MAURY,
Book and Stationery Store, near 9th st.
May 24
nn REWARD for negro boy
*Jpl UU CJUMTUM.?This Boy of mine left
home on Monday morning, 11th February, with
passes from myself to go on the railroad to Mil
iedgeville, where he had been employed during
the session of the Legislature as waiting servant
in Brov-n's Hotel. I learn, however, that he did
not ret n to Milledgville at all, and has not beo(
heard i since he left home. He has, doubiless
either fit.empted to inakj: liis way ofi'by depending
upon Lis white man appearance; or has been de
coyed away by some designing while person. The
above 'eward will be paid to any one apprehend
ing an returning said Boy; or Fifty Dollars for
lodging Ziiin iu some jail and giving me information
Description.?Gus presents quite a while-man
appearance. His complexion is fair, his manners
and expression geuteel and polite. He is about
30 years old?medium sizetnd weight?hair black
and straight?eyes grey or blue?the left hand
somewhat withered and stiffened from diseae,
and on laughing one eye is contracted, and mouth
drawn to one side. He has a large carbuncle
scar on the back of his neck?dresses genteelly
and wears a watch. He carrii-s with him a banjo
and picks it tolerable well, and sometimes acta the
barber. He has often been taken for a while man.
The public will please watch out for Gustus, and
bring him home.
JOHN H. THOMAS.
Forsyth, Monroe Co., Ga., Feb. 29th 1856.
LAW NOTICE.
IM11ALL hereafter have an office perma
nently in Washington for the practice of my
profession, aud will give careful attention to any
business entrusted to my charge in U < Supreme
Court, the Court of Claims, in the Lau? Patent,
or Pension, office*, or id any of the Depai uuents.
Business from the Southwest may be sent to
me through V. H. Ivy, Attorney at Law, New Or
leans, who baa been associated with me in tiie
practice in thai city, and who will continue to at
tend to any business there which may be plaeed
in my charge.
J. D. B. DE BOW,
I.ale Superintendent of Census.
Wamumtoh, D. C., April 20, 1850
Apr 21?law 1 hi
American engineering, Illus
trated by branches of mechanical arts, ata
nonary, ?uariue, and ktcomolive engines, manu
facturing mac binary, printing pre sses, tools, grist,
?team, uw, and rolling mills, from buildings, Ate.,
of the newest and nxi-t improved construction,
by G. Weisaenborn, Civil Engineer; parts one
and two now ready. $1 each. Sole agents for
Washington, TAYLOR Ac MAURY,
Apr 14 Bookstore, near tfth at.
COURT OF CLAIMS?Digested summa
ry and alphabetical list, ol private claim*
which have been presented to the House of Rep
resentatives from the First to the Thirty first Con
greas, exhibiting the action of Congress on each
claim, with reference to the journals, reports, biUa,
iVc., elucidating its progress, compiled by order ol
the Mouse of Representatives. A few copies for
sale by R. FARM!AM
Apr 14
MRS. JAMESON'* NEW IKK IK. ? A
common-place book of Thoughts, Memo
ries and Fancies, original and selected, by Mra
Jameson. Pric? 75 cents.
Leaves from a Family Journal, from the French
of Einilie Sou ventre, author of "the Attic Philo
sopher in Pan?." Paper, 50 cents; cloth, IS
owls.
Theory and Practice ol Landscape Painting in
water colors, illustrated by a series of '24 designa,
colored diagrams of numerous wood cats, with
two extra plates of simultaneous contracts, by
George Barnard Price t'>
Juat received at
TAYLOR A- MAURY'S Bookstore,
June 1 near 9th at.
AHISTORV OFURRKf'E,? A History of
Greece,from the earliest times to the Rotnaa
Conquest, with supplementary chapters on the
History of Literature and Art. By Wm. Smith,
LL. D., editor of the Dictionaries of " Greek and
h Roman Antiquities" " Biography and Mythology,"
and "Orography." With notes, and a continuation
to the present time. By C. C. Felton, LLD.,
Eliot Professor of Greek Literature in Harvard
University.
The above work is intended principally for schools
of the higher classes. Just received and for sale at
the Bookstore of R. FARNHAM, corner of
Pennsylvania avenne and I Ith street. A?g 21.
U |)fMIR'S RAILROAD MAP OF THE
X UNITED STATES."?This celebra
ted Map, recently eulogised by Lieutenant Mau
ry, in his " Virginia Letters," is on sale at
TAYLOR it MAURY'S
Dec I Bookstore, near Ninth street.
rp?IE MO N S OF Til k SIRES, A IIIS
X tory of the Rise, Progress, and Destiny ol
ilie American Party, and its probable influence
on the next Presidential election, to which ta
added s Keview of the Letter of the Hon. Henry
A. Wise agninst the Know-nothings, by an Ame
rican.
The History ol Mason and Dixon's Line, con
tained in an Addrvss delivered bv John H. B.
Lai robe, ol Maryland, l>efore the Historical So
ciety of Pennsylvania, November 8, 1854.
Mirann Elliot, or the Voice of the Spirit, by S.
M. H
Autobiography of Charles Caldwell, M. D.,with
s Preface, Notes, and Appendix, by Harriet W.
Warner.
Just received and for sale Iry
R. FARNIIAM,
Corner of Penn. avenue and llth atreet.
Feb 15
\ IOOERN l,AN(;tJAOEV-D. E. Grout,
jLyJL ? native of France, tearner of Modern Lan
niisges, especially French, Sp*niah, and Gersoan
Translations made with correctness and punctii
slity. Professor of Numeamatlrs, for the classifi.
oation and explanation of medals and rains.
Pennsylvania avenue, south aide, between Bth
and 7th streets, opposite Brown's Hetel.
Furnished Room a lo rent at that place.
Sep 21?dtf
A VALUABLE FARM IN VIRGINIA, I
(l.tMM) Acres) lor Sale.?Having leased fbr I
a term of years, "The Fauquier While Sulphur
Springs" to persons whose high reputation war
rants the belief they will be kept in the best style,
the undersigned now offers for sale the valuable
fariu which surrounds the Springs.
It contains upwards of 400 acres of low grounds
?remarkable for extraordinary crops of corn, ind
capable of being made the best possible ineu jw?.
As part of this I ind yielded 100 bushels of a v i-ie
acre, in 18"?3, the twelfth year of successive ilt. -
vation, without mnnure; and in 1864, bad *s a im
the season, produced 70 bushels?the Farm is
easily susceptible of division, and is certaiuly one
of the best in Virginia.
Terms: One-third on the 1st of December next,
and the balance in one and two years thereafter,
with interest from date of delivery.
For further particulars inquire of the subscriber
by letters addressed to "Warrenton Spring*, Vir
ginia," or to Washington, D. C.
May I?tf THOMAS GREEN.
Morning gowns.?a urge and nu
assortment, at all prices, for sale by
WALL it STEPHENS,
EDWARD LYCBTT, Hen., Book-Hinder,
Potomac Hall, corner of Eleventh-street and
Maryland avenue, over Clarke's Drug store, Wash
ington, D. C.
Every style of book-binding executed, either in
velvet. Turkey Morocco, Russia, or fancy oolotn
all.
Periodicals and Music neatly hall bound.
Mr. Lycett respectfully suggests to his friends
that while much has been done to transmit family
records, little care has been taken to preserve pa
rental likenesses. He takos tin.- method to inform
his friends, and those desirous of perpetuating per
sonal remembrances, that daguerreotype like
nesses can be inlaid on the inside covers of fami
ly bibles, presentation-books, or keepsakes, speci
mens of which can be seen at his bindery, or he
chii l>e addressed by letter, whichwjll h? promptly
?'tended to.
A POCALYPTC SKETCHES.? Lecttires
J\ on the Book of Revelation, by the Rw. John
Cumming, D. D.; 75 cents.
Benedictions, or the Blessed Life, by the Rev.
J. Cumming, D. D., 75 cents.
School Books and School Requisites at ihe low
est price, for sale at the bookstore of
GRAY & BALLANTYNE,
UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS.
CARD.
THE undersigned, John C. IXvcrcux, of
New York city, and M. Thompsonkof Wash
mgioiv, D. C., attorneys aud counsellors-at-law
are associated lor the legal prosecution of claims
for creditors of government, in the Court ot
Claims.
They will co-operate in immediate and careful
attention to business matters at Washington
which may l>e intrusted to their care by gentle
men of the profession and cU'tnant*, in the city of
New York, or elsewhere iu any part ot the
Union.
They may be consulted at any time, personally
or by letter, either at New York or Washington
Particular information a> to claims which have
been at any time before Congress or Departments
can be furnished at once upon application, by the
parties interested.
JOHN C. DEVEREUX.
No. 90 Broadway, corner of Wall street,
New York city.
M. THOMPSON,
Washington city.
N. B ?J.C. Devereux is a Commissioner ol the
Court of Claims.
Feb 7?3tawtfif
TYTANDERINGS IN CORSICA ; Corsica;
? V Picturesque, Historical, and Social; with a
Sketch of the Early Life of Napoleon, translated
frim the German by Edward Joy Morris. Price
*1 90.
Lectures on English Literature, from Chsnoey
10 Tennyson, by Henry Rerd. Price $1 25.
Just published, and for sal* at
TAYLOR ir MAURY'S
CARD.
anoRoai mason.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GAL VESTON, TEXAS.
Practices in the Court* of Ifae Truth Judicial
District; also in the Supreme and Federal Court*
at Austin and Galveston.
retire* OM:
Hon. A. P. Duller, U.S. Senator, S. Carolina.
Hon. D. R. Atchison, U.S.Senator, Missouri.
K M. T. Hunter, U. S. Senator, Virginia.
Jaiue* M. Mason, U. S. Senator, Virginia.
Gen. S. Cooper Adj. (Irn. U. 8. A. \Va?ih., D. C.
Thomas <?reen. eaq., Wnabington, D. C.
. C. C Jamison, l'res't Baok ol Halt., Halt., Md.
Dec 6?if
NEW GROCERY, WINE AND LIQUOR
STORE.
ri'Mll^ Subscriber bega leave to Inform his
X friends and the public, that he has opened a
a new a?ore, No. *14, Penu. Avenue, brtwrta
3d and 4 and a Itall street, Plxgerald's Huiid*
ni?, two doors eaat of the (Jutted Mtatea
Hotel.
Where be inlen?a to keep constantly on hand a
large and tt ed assortment of Foreign and
Domestic
W IKK ft, LlftPORI, SKOARS,
And Fine Groceries,
A IIT HINTS.? Architecture, Sculpture,
J\ and Painting, by James Jackson Jurvea,
am hor of History of the Sandwich Islands, Arc..
Price SI 35.
Waikna, or Adventures on the Mosquito
Shore, sixty engravings, by Samuel A. Bard.
SI 3ft.
The Heiress of Haughton, or the Mother's
Secret, by the auther of Aubrey Castle, Avon, ito.
Price 37| ceets.
Just published and for sake at
TAYLOR it MAURY'S
July 34 Rook?to?e. near Ninth street
SCHONENHEKG & THUN,
?rrH r*-cowm.iiit t aw
ok.m:ral AMERICAN and FOREIGN aokncy,
For the Collection of Claims, the Procurement ol
Patenta, Bounty Lands, and Pensions.
BUREAU OF TRANSLATION
From the French, Spanish Italian, and German
Languagea, and for Topographical aad other
Drawings
No. 406), 7th Street, Washington D. C.
Nov 18 tf
1ATKH VKlKM, by the Anther ot " the
j Old Home l>y the River."
Mr. Rutherford's Children, seeded volume.
Pebbles from the Lake Shore, or Miscellaneous
Poems, by Charles Leland Potter, A. M.
General Notions of Chemistry, translated from
the French, by Edmund Q. Evans. M. D.
The Land of the Saracens, by Bayard Tayler.
Brushwood picked up on the Continent; or
Last Summer's Trip to the Ofd World, by Orville
Horwilt.
The above are selectee from a large arrival ol
new book, at TAYLOR dr MAURY'S
Bookstore, near 9th at.
nARTI,KTT?f* AMP.HVCAN GTXPLOR
Ing ICipedltlon.?Personal narrative of e*
p orations and incidents in Texas, New Mdkico
California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, I y J. R. Bart,
letl. United States Commissioner during that pe
riod, in two volumes, with maps and illustrations.
The Hive of the Bee Hunter, a repository of
Sketches, including peculiar American character,
scenery, and rural sports, by T. B. Thorpe, author
O' Tom Owen, the Bee Hunters, Jecn illustrated
by sketches from nature.
Parmingdsle, a novel, by Carulm** Tboinas.
Our Pariah, or annals of Pustor and People.
J ust received and for sale by
R. PARNHAM
Corner of Penn. avenue and ilth at.
1 WASHINGTON SENTINEL
BEVERLEY TUCKER,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
FOR PRESIDENT;
i J AMES BUCHANAN,
OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Subject to the Decision of the National Con
vention.
Froin the New York Herald of May 25.
The SIcnrnKuu Ni.i Meeili?g_lp?e?h of
I'ndre Vljil, the Klearaguaii >lluUt?r
lnt?r?i(lng Letter from Major HcUa.
' pou the breaking up of the great meeting
in the Park, on Friday night, tho mans of
people there present, aa if moved by a common
impulse, deiiled into Broadway, and accom
panied by 8 h el ton's baud, marched up that
great thoroughfare to the Metropolitan Hotel?
the present head quarters of the Nicaraguan
Embassy. There must have been at least ten
thousand men in the procession, and their
calm, dignified and determined appearance
gave evidence of the intensity of the public
feeling upon the principles that they were col
lected together to advocate.
Arrived in front of the Metropolitan Hotel,
the procession halted in one compact mass,
filling the entire street in front of that great
edifice. In a few moments Padre Vijil, the
Nicaraguan Minister, accompanied by his sec
retary, appeared upon the balcony of the second
story, and was introduced to the assembly by
Applet on Oaksmith, esq. He was received
with tremendous applause, in the midst of
which the band struck up the air of "See the
Conquering Hero Comes," while cheer after
cheer succeeded one another in quick succes
sion.
As soon as the excitement had a little sub
sided, the Padre, through the interpretation of
Mr. Oaksmilh, made a few brief remarks. He
said:
That this unexpected demonstration of the
citizens of New ^ ork to do honor to the humble
representative of a struggling people had so
affected him, added to his limited knowledge
of the American language?for he would not
say English language?that he could say but
little; but he was glad of this opportunity to
express to the citizens of this great republic,
on bebalfof the government which he had the
honor to represent, the high appreciation in
which they were held by his countrymen, ndt
alone for the sympathy which had been mani
fested in their behalf by private individuals,
but also for the recognition and countenance
which the United States as a nation had ex
tended towards them. That he himself wag
en?aged in a sacred calling?one which lead^
mankind to a better and kinder appreciation of
humanity, and brings him nearer to his God?
his life was passed within the quiet precincts
of the church, and many might think that it ill
became him to engage in a manner discon
nected with his profession in the political affnirs
of his country. But to such he would sav that
he came here on no common mission. There
are duties which impel a man beyond tbo
ordinary interests of Church and State, and
such arc now impeling hitn in the great errand
which he has come here to perform. He had
heard for thirty years the cannon of discordant
ructions booming through a land that God had
intended for a paradise?ho had seen the walls
of bis sacred edifice cfrumble beneath the burn
ing shot, and its most holy sanctuary defiled
to sanguinary purposes?he has seen families
divided against each other and homesteads laid
waste; and now, when by the infusion of new
elements there was a chance for all these things
to end; when his people had adopted a govern
ment which would insure internal tranquility;
when brother was reconciled with brother, and
father with son, the hand of aggression is
raised agaio.?t them by a neighboring State,
who, with serviles in their ranks, and aided by
one of the mightiest Powers of Christendom, is
marching to invade their territory and make
it once more the theatre of bloodshed and mis
rule. Could he remain within bis cloistered
cell and see such things without adding his
mite to the effort for his country's good? No.
|' ar frpra it. He must go forth like Peter the
Hermit, of old, to preach a crusade in favor of
his snffcring countrv. And so he had come
here to drink from the very fountains of liberty
to stody onr institutions, to learn our laws,
so that when he returns to his own land ho
may go there enlightened and refreshed, to
commence the regeneration of his people. He
was here in a diplomatic capacity, and it would
not become him to speak publicly of matters
of policy between bis government and our own.
"e trusted that the great cause of humanity
which lie urged would be in itself sufficient to
shield him if he had departed from any of the
established usages of diplomacy in thus addres
sing a public assembly; but his heart was full,
and he must speak, and he would sav that it
was his firm conviction that the government of
Nicaragua would always place highest in the
great brotherhood of nations that fearless re
public which was the first to extend to them
the helping hand of recognition. He would
not conceal from them that his conntry needed
aid; and be could see by this spontaneous
manifestation of sympathy by the citizens of
the greatest metropolis of this hemisphere, that
he bad but to ask that aid for his bleeding
country to receive it with no niggard hand.
He would not trespass longer on their patience.
(Cheers, and cries of "Go on!'' "go on P.)
I his unexpected honor to his country was
most grateful to his feelings. On behalf of
that country?on behalf of President Rivas?
on behalf of their gallant countryman, General
VV alker, who was dear to every Nicaraguan,
and for the greater cause ot humaity?he
thanked tbem.
The Padre was listened to with profound
attention, frequently interrupted by applause,
and at the close of his remsrks wai greeted
with most enthusiastic cheering, in the midst
of which he retired from the balcony.
Col. George B. Hall, Alderman Clancey,
Captain Ryndcrs, ex-Councilman Wild, Alex
ander C. Lawrence, Esq., and others, were
afterwards introduced to him in the ladies'
parlor. The Padre received them with great
courtesy and kindness, and was evidently deeply
moved by the sympathy evinced for him and
the cause which he advocates.
The procession was again formed, and
msrchrd down Broadway to the Asfor House,
where the band serenaded Governor Price, of
New Jersey, who is a guest at that house.
Three cheers were then given for liberty and
Nicaragua, and the meeting, quietly dispersed.
The following important letter from Major
Heiss was read Friday night at the meeting,
bat from the great space which the proceedings
occupied in our columns it was unavoidably left
out until to day. It is full of interesting facts
concerning Nicaragua, and will be read with
interest:
W ASHt!fGTOX, May 22, 1856.
Messrs. Johm Ci,akct, ArPMTos Oaxmhith,
Ai.tx. C. Lawrence, and others, Committee:
Gentlemen ; I regret exceedingly that cir

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