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V -r )AKS, Ac. k i W1,I)NKSDAY, DKCKMBKR 11, ISO.. TO my win:. The violotlnvci n miniif tuink, The cowslip loves the Ion, Tbo "cnrlet crpepor Iovc the elm ; lint I love thoe! Tlio Minshlno ki, iiioimt nnd va!e, The nI.iim thfe kisn The flea, The wi r-t wiiul kit the clover bloom ; Hut 1 kls thee. f ttaKtr!:Ult S I'HAYI'.K-IIOOK KPI'OUT or A i ANTIUI AllY. A London bookseller in oil'erlnir for Sale a ' volume which it Is claimed is Shnkespcare'l own praycr-biHik. Mr. Toiilmln Smith gives to tho London Time tbo following account of the ( relic: t "A mm living at V'hitclinrcli, North Shrop. 1 aliil-i. tiifkf.il tin lu-t HTirit.tr fur t. .., ..nr... tl. ...... .......... ... . .-j.. .... u IJLIli.a Ll.llo ..1.1 1 1 m ...I.: .1. . ... . 1 w vjiu iiMiiB. ji wniuii uue was 1 1 id pruyor-noou. The brother of Mr. ritril-e, bookseller at Wel lington, Shropshire, lianpemiiff to be in Wiut . chureu at tbo end of Mav, and it belnj? known tliat he (ometluiei liouplit oM editions of the prayer-book, this copy was ollered to him, mid J he (rave einh'een pence fi-r it. Neither seller nor buyer bad any notion that there win anything? ! of interest In the honk, beyond the fact of Its being an old Math-letter copy. Hut when Mr. ot'Wartridge, of Wellington, looked through the t book, he found in it ihc nainR of William dbnke ' Fpeare twice re eati d. A third repetition of the '.' name lie was not awiire of till 1 myself pointed it 1 out to liim. "WiHhing to be better nblo to judfio of the i genuineness of m remarkable a rollc, I myself I went to Wellington on the of September 'last, ) and spent some time in personally examining ti e 1 book with the aid of a glass (::n essential means in RiR'h cases), tbia bein tho same that I always i use in examining ancient records and writings. 1 HI I'rtl,,,,! tltllt fliA iu n a...-! ...... I nearly sqt.are, about three im lies and a half in Its greatest length, and an inch and thrci)-iiiitrters thick, printed in black letter, with several K lives lost at the bC'inning. Tho date of tho pmyor- 1 book is 6'M ; that of the psalms, which form part of the volume, is 1.V.I4. "At me end ot the prayer-book itself is the sig nature 'Wiilium Shakespeare.' Alter 'The Uon feuion of the Christian Fayth,' which is at the end of the volume, is the signature, 'W. Snako penio,' and uuderncath this signature is tho date, ' 'loOO.' liy tho aid of tho glass I found plain traces of another signature, in what seemed tho ante hand, on the it side ot the right hand cover. In a different band, in a different part of the book, is the signature 'M. hhakespearv.' On tlio iniJo ', of the left hand cover is tome writing, almost illegible but of which the words 'Strattonl-cm-Avou' are clearly traceable. Thero Is no erasure on any of the leaves on which any of these signa tures occur. There is an erasure on another leaf; but this cannot aifei t the question. "It will probably not lie useful to state tho facts in mote detail than this. I add a few words as to i' tho probabilities of genuineness. I' "That this book, if genuine, shoufd have re- maincu so long undiscovered, and be now dis "cOTered at last on tbo borders of Wales, is not Kurprising. We may expect other books belong ing to Shakespeare to be yet found. Tho commit 1 micaliou between Warwickshire and Wales was, in past centuries, vory frequent. One ot, the old crosses in Dirniinghaiu was called 'Welsh Cross ;' and I find a statement in tho manuscript 1 Certiti tides of Colleges' of the first year ef Edward VI, now in the Record oitlce, that the non-maintenance of two bridges in lliriningham is likely to be 'agieat noysaunce to the King's Majesties subjects passing to and from the monarchies of Walig' When the volume, at the dispersal of the effects of Shakespeare, thus got into the bor ders of Wales, it would be pretty sure to lie for gotten in a corner, at least ultor the time when the form of the prayer-book contained in It ceased to be tho cne iu use; for this edition (a raro one) Is not, it must be remembered, the form of the Common 1'iayer-book now sanctioned by Jaw. "The writing of tlieso signatures is not Identi cal with that of any known signature of Shake speare, iiut the character of tho writing is tho same ; and tho dlU'erenees are strong proofs of genuineness, instead of the contrary. A forger, or mere imitator, would not have matte ditl'erences of the sort that are here actually found. It must be borne in mind that there is a dillorcnco of sixteen years between the date found under the signature in this book and tho date of Shake speare's will. "I forbear to enter Into tho further points Which I have considered as to the probabilities of . genuineness. 1 certainly will nut vouch for that genuineness; but the matter is now certain to undergo discussion. At present it appears to me that the liest judgment points to considering this to be the veritable 'own prayer-book' of hint whom, as a Warwieksbireman "myself, I may in a double sense cull our William Shakespeare. "1'oi i.MiN Smith." TUB BI'KI.LINO OF bIIAKEHI'KARK'iJ NAME. Mr. Toulmln Smith also sends to the Loudon Timet the following disquisition : " Much of the supposed uncertainty which ex ists has arisen out of the caprice of some editors, who seem to h-ive taken the same liberties wita the poet's signature as they have taken with the text of his writings. For example, Shakespeare Imt two dedications to his poems, each signed by liniself, addressed to Lord Southampton. Here we might expect that all editions would certainly Agree. On the contrary, in three editions on my own shelves, one gives these signatures as ' Wil liam Shakspeare,' tho second as ' Will. Shako spear,' the third as ' W. Shakspeare !' Of course Shakespearo wroto only one of these, tho other two are pure invention. 'ben Jonson sanctions 'Shakespeare,' when praising tho portrait by Droeshout, iu 4ho lti'i,'! edition, but it is beyond question that Shake speare himself wrote 'Shakspeare' in signing his will ; although curiously enough, the same will contains the name spelled, by the scrivener, on its face and endorsements, in two other ways namely : 'Shackspeaio' and 'Shackspere.' The alleged 'Shukspere' autograph in the 'Florio Montaigne' (even if this is the right rending of that signature, which is very doubitul), cannot be ,v accepted as a true instance, inasmuch as the an tncnticity of that alleged autograph is, to say tho 't least, quite nnccrtain. The internal evidence is much against its authenticity ; external evidence of its authenticity there is none. Those best ac customed to critical tests of authenticity will not readily accept the signature as genuine. It is mote to the point that the inscription on Shake ipeare's own (monument in Stratford Church spells the name as it is done in the will, 'Shak speare;' but the spellings are diUurentfrom this, and from each other, in tbo two inscriptions pre served by Dugdale.as those recording the deaths of Sbakcspe are's wifeandof Shakespeare's daugh ter, Mrs. liall. The autographs in 'Shakspeare'! own pruyer-book,' conlirm the spelling used iu the will. It follows that as 'Shakspeare' was the shape in which the poet himself unquestionably spelled the name, this must be taken to be the correct spelling. . "On the other hand, It must be remembered taut unilorniilv of snelltng is ofion found nut to 9 have been formerly used, evon in proper mimes. Wd Tims, to take three other Warwickshire names of mm ot property and position, I have toiitid tho four spellings, 'JUwluy,' 'Kawlcgh,' 'juiegh,' and 'Italeign.' for one man; '1'rety,' 'l'rctie,' 'I'raty,' and 'l'ra'tye' for another; and the name of so important a person an tho well-known min uter of lleury V1U, Dudley, Lord 'Lisle,' is WALKING COATS, THE DAILY EVE KING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, ppelled, in one document now before mo, in tho two other wavs, 'I,y-le' nnd 'Msh y.' "The family name of Shakespeare is still ex tant In Warwickshire, though there aro no direct descendants of tho poet. It is spmlod sometimes 'Shakespeare,' ami sometimes 'Shakespear.' In tho older directories of tho pre-cnt century the latter of these spoiling Is usual. In later ones the fi rmer ol them, though not exclusive, has In come the more usual." TIIF. VltlMSIH :s OK FOKII E. AN F.AHI, llVIKO l MISHUV. The I elr to tho Irish Karldom of Wicklow died lately in liublln inast iteof miserable destitu tion. The London llninn gives the follnwing account of bis pro-pects and closing hours : "It, in his last moments, imp unrortuna o man who uicd last week iu a bro hel in one of tho lowest slums in the neighborhood of Dublin con el bae contra-ted bis deathbed nnd Its sur roiit.dii gs with liis social sta'e, his opportunities and expectations, he might have cursed the hour which brought him into the world with thu cer tainty of most of these advent ipe, nnd with tho strong possibility of enjo Ingall of them. If nan cou.d designate before one's birih in what posi tion In life he would he born, it would n it how a deficiency of judgment to resolve on coming into the world its did the la'c Wil liam (leorgo llowaid. Many yea's before his death he was presumptive heir to the e.iildom of V irk low; and thouf'h, if a innti bad the right to Relet t to which out ot a dozen earldoms ho would like to succeed, it would not be difficult to cho iso a moie attractive one than that of Wicklow, it must be admitted Captain Howard's prospect of sue ession was not to be looked dowu upon. He was, to say the least, nooly born. If the revenues liich he nnd the strong probability of inheri lug were not immense, they were suilicient to una de him to raite very large' sums of luoucy from the .lews. When, some ye ns ago, he came before the Insolvent Court, his ileitis were stated at little, il anything, less than one hundred thou -and pounds. And this cnormoiia sum had been raisi d upon post-obit bonds. Vet in the history of this man we lind not a single trace of any feeling that be owed to himself or to others tbo duty of living decently for a single dav. His associates were the lowest of the low, tho vilest of the viie. In tho peerage he ranked as heir to an earldom. In society the most abandoned and despicable knew him, and saluted him as 'Hilly.' And when last week ho bide farewell to the world be bad st and. ilied, the historian of Ins last hours was an 'utitortuuaie,' in w hose arms he i xpircd. "In such miserable companionship did tho heir to the earldom of Wicklow breathe his hist in the prime of manhood, with hostages given to loitune, in a wite who bad borne him one child, and was about to bear him another. Uwjuld ap pear that, as if led by the instincts which had de based him from his curly youth, he had left the roof which sheltered wife and child, to close his days in a manner more befitting his antecedents than their society. He had kuonn the woman in whose house ho died tor eleven months, and on the Tuesday week before his death ho took up his quarters with her. It Is a dreary narrative that we now learn from her lips. He told her ho had been ill. He complained of cramps aud diarrhiea, but would neither see a medical man nor tako medicine, lio would take whisky ;and day after day he lay in bed drinking whisky sometimes a quart a day ; and when ho found that whisky did him no good, drinking brandy. During the ten days preceding his death he appears only to have eaten one egg and one chop, but not to have retained either on his stomach. Day after day bis cry was tho same 'whisky.' Anil so drifting out to sea the wretched ninn spent his last hours, till on Wednesday week he became delirious, craving to his last breath for drink. 'He conti nued wandering and delirious,' says the unfor tunato who attended him, ' tip to tbo time of his death. It was at ln o'clock, and ho had been asking me to lift him out ot bed all day. I bad promised to raise him up, and when I caught his hand to raise him ho said, "Don't catch mo." I then put my hand behind his back, but be said let him lie down, and be foil back. I then hoard something in his throat, but I did not think he was dung. He died then, but I did not know ho was dead. I asked him to speak to me, but ho did not, for he was dead.' "So passed tho scion of a noble house. Had he been burn the son of one of its laborers, he might have bad a better chance for tho life of soul and kody than fell to him as tho heir to its honors and revenues. Malicious he was not, nor an intriguer, nor brutal, uor daring In luiquity, nor stronglv wicked. Ho was weak, ituipty of brain, soft of disposition, easily manipulated by the vicious, and In his feebleness the most notably vicious of them all. Poverty migut have compelled him to labor. He was born rich, and his rank over whelmed him. He possessed the means to dis tinguish or debase himself. And of the two am bitions he chose the latter." Kliootiutf the lvll nt Finn. At Pisa I heard a very droll story of the way in which priestly malice was once foiled under the old regime itself, it seems that there was a young student who six or seven years ago found himself dying In the town. The priests, of course, came to him and proffered the "consolations of religion," i, e., confession and olio tnn'o. Tho student, however, was a terrible inlidel, and positively declined all such comforts. Great in dignation and urgent retnons, ranee ou the part of bis ghostly adviser were all unavailing. lie died impenitent, "unannealed " liefore "dying:, however, he called a dear friend, another young student, who had nursed hi in as brother, and shared his infidelity : "I entreat you," he said, "not to lose sight of my body till it is in tho Cainpo Santo. I am sure tlieso priests will play some desperate trick with it, lest ip be thought a man may safely die without the sacrament. Pro mise me you will not let it go out of your sight." The friend consented, aud remained with all constancy beside the corpse. The priests remon strated and bullied all in Tain. Tho body was removed. He still followed it, and the last'night prepared quietly to sit up beside it, taking w ith him, par precaution, a revolver concealed in his breast. Midnight camo, and with It sudden and awlul noises and mysterious lights. J inally, from the gloom of the church emerged a terrific figure horns, hoofs, tail, und all complete, glow ing with phosphoric light that ono creature who combines the distinguishing features of a rumi nant and the habits of tho Fein Leo ! " Holla!" shouted the student, "Do not go noar thatcollln !" The Prince of Dai kness heeded not such paltry remonstrances, and visibly approached to sei.o the corpse. "Another step, nnd I shoot you," said the student. The Devil took tho step; the student fired ; and the bend, with a howl of per fectly human agony, fell dead on the lioor. Then burst into tbo place a whole band of priests, who had boon watching the transaction, and bad hoped to see the body of the inndel stu dent brought off victoriously by their accomplice of course himself an ecclesiastic of the lower grade. What was to be done ? It would never answer to bring to trial tho young delinuiietit, and be obliged to produce in court the cor;t rfc Juri the venerable Padre got upas a devil. Tus cans are fond of jokes, aud this joke would be too good ever to be forgotten. So the body of the inlidel student was decently buried after all, and the body of the Padre Diavolo was put quite quietly into consecrated ground (we trust des poiled ( f horns and tail), and the Grand Duke himself came down privately to Pisa to decide wfcat could best bo done with tho man who had shot the devil. Of course, In Home or Naples it would have been all plain lading. No Pope or King wonld have found the least difficulty in making an end of such a rase la the most effec tual manner. Tuscany's Prince, however, was a man of other counsels, and the young student was allowed privately to perform that judicious step which our AmericAU friends denominate to "skedaddle." From thenceforth it is common saying, "There is no devil in Pisa. He was shot here some time ago." Ualirt, by Frames J'ower Cubbt. VERY LOW PRICES, BANK NOTICES. t-T1" FARMERS' A MECHANICS'" IA- Thp Anaail Wlmtlon for litrartmt m h' Hun wmbfl tit 4 tt iha lunklnv H.flnv on Wtj.lB.mU7, tht Mlrt .. M ,iwinrj iwi, htHwMn th houn l 10 0 ciKfc A. M. ard :t 0 rWxh, r. U. " 9-t-ill W. RrHUT(),.rn., Cahlr. rjr WHKKKAS, THR AtM)ITOR-GKN K- Tit. t rf-irrit th llth HwtMn ol thd Art nn titlriVMn Art tnnnlh th Hmika of tint Common wev h to mWHni AMreiati 'tit tnr ihc pnrv'" nf HmtunR unimr iht law ot ih rnlird Htftiri," imr1 on tii ?.M dv ,W Aj. nut A. I. 1;.. ha cTiirtrtl i m. timt "ThR lN-MHJ-TIO I'.AKK OtfbAfllH.AIiKl.Pill " tint urnHh.l atlMai'ilfin to liln 1L1 .i th rr'iinivtnciit.i if -rt'ti A t ht bvn rompliftl wuh j thf tuhl Hunk, fi'iil th it it ha hf t-nma an Ai-iail"n for ib puifo 01' I'taukuiK ntiIt-r ti c law of tho 1 nit il niatca , I ilu, IhartMni. rn'ii this not If 1 thf-rnif tn t'f pnhHliml, In ac i .lane mth tne prnviti-n of tlio mi1 Did Hfr i n "f ttif .airf A--t. at.d 1n dtahira ttiAi th 4 rtrr -if .:.i Han. b tM' ternn of nan) Art, in ilernr J n.t tak "11 to m h"rnt on I'lrn rd'Tfil, turret to thf 1vlnl1.ru ot '.ha Jut Bo"-Uvn 01 najd Ad. A. tl I.THTIN. tlorafiiot .if rauiKji in'.i IU fUMtf'K'J. Ur WHEREAS THR AUDI lOILUUXK- ' ra!, aa rniwiriU ty thf 1 1th icct' in ot th ct nn tnlad "An Art K.nabiinjr tt.o Hank ot thu ("..muvitiw-anh to uci-omi' Amutctatioryi for thf I'urpOit' of Bankint . nndrr l h law nf tna t ntinl Stat. d on th J J lay of Augutt, A. 1. lr4, hat cur itimi to tn that f TIT Y tNK fK rHII,AIK.I I'HIV Y fi'rnitri-tl nattiia -totT evldcrcn to him Hint all tha raotilreint nt of tald at t hfcv h n coup tail with ur tna aant hank. mmI thai it ! tvcD'na an nn.xn-tu'li.ii for the 1'urpooe of nankin, untUr tna law of tho linnoil h:Htft 1 do thvrrfbrr iAum this notlrf IVcrrot to bp pnblNh"l. in ateorJuncit witn iiif novumni f thf aM Ilth uuon nf the ufi at t ; and do di'artt -hut th riiartf r of t,i B'ttir. by th tti inn of aatd A el, t dfnicd anl tk'ii t i-t licroupon "iirrfnrrt'Wd, inbiacl U the provitinni o( tl.' flr-t nac.lua cl laid act. A. O. HfTlTIH, oTftn- t tit I'omu; l ICXtO'TtvK OuunKK, i Utl'ttlHRIRtl, 'JHth Novtmbar.UW. ) 11 W7w T- WHEREAS, TH K AUDITOR OKNR- ml. aa raautrfd h th 1 Ith aca'lon of th Actn tltlfd " n An enaiilinv: tht IUtiKh of ttiU rntninnti wlth t bt'cnuif A t'oiHil"Dt (or tha purpo-wof Bnkin nndr Ua l,aauf th t niUHl,Mtatei," patnrd on th S.'d d iv of An putt, A. I. IHM,ian f fUlrN'd to m- thuMfce f ohiivt rtai Hank of !tin ylvama. of tlit'ityof l'bthidttlaina, haa funiiahi-d aatiainctorv rTiiUncu to him that all ih ro.iilnincutB of aaid Art bare bven complied with byth itld Hank, at.d that it haa become an Aatnrlatlon fjr tha purpoM ot Krkinjr under th Uwi ol the Tnitel rttita; I do. theremr eaune tbtt notu a thereof to be puniia'iod In acrordanew with the provision of the ld llth im- Ion 0 tl naid Act, and do declare that the charter of aatd Hank, l.v tha teraa of aald act. la rtaemfd in 1 taken to ha heretic aarrendwrlU, auhect to the prortaiona of thelit ecUou of aald Act. A. . TfRTIf , Oornor of PeiintylvaBl. Ka tTiTE CuiinaR, lUaajunun, Mth nvrBfir, It'H. 11-40 Aw - ROTICR. ' HANK OK KORTH A MKftlCA , N ' V t- M Ht. It Jl, Notice In hereby (riven, aLTeahlT to am tljn I of the itet of the ;eneriU Aanenthty 01 the ( ominnnwe itllh of Inn- h atila. enii led "An act enhiliiK the banki ot tf.ef'nm moinvt'dJIh t become aakneiiittniit for iho purpoae of banking under tli lawa of the ('tilled Htama," approved the ?J1 diiv of AiiKiiHt, A I. ls;i, tliat the H-oi'khnUlert at the HANK OK MK 111 A M K It I ( ' A , or the llth iimtHitt, Toted to berome Hiich an aaaceltloti.andtha'. Its Directra have nrocurod the nutlioritf of the nwot ri nf more tb-tn twu thirds of tlie capital atock to make the certificate re quired ttiereior hy the law 1 ot iba l nited Stutca. II .'.) wfra lta J ItoCKI bV, Caahler. MECHANICS' RANK. rmi.Ainti.fiitA . November W. 1U. Notice la hereby given, aureealdy to flection Two ot tha Act of the titaeral A-embly rf the Omm mw eilth of retinayivnniM, entitled An Act enaolln Itaiika ol the 'ominonwealih to become A Haoclationa fur the purpose of Hankltik' under the hwh of the United Htulea," itpiroved the 'Hn day ot AutfiiMt, Iwi. tlmt tho Stockholders ot the Meclmnfcs Hunk of ihn city anil cunnty of 1'Jdladclphia hnve thla day voted to become hucIi an AHHocimiun. nn.l that tbo M'ttctor have procured the autnorlty of the ownera of re 1 ire thmi two-.tilrdfi of the caidtal stock to nakethe certificate required thensor, bv tl.e Lftwt ol tlio I nited H aie. J, VVLIGAMO. Jt , 11-JJ wiin-ltn Caihicr. QAUX1IIIV AND COXjOUAUO GOLD MINING COMPANY. CllARTIUEt) 11 Y 8TATH OK fit N mr I.VAM A. CAI'ITAIj HTOOK, 1.000,000 ailO.OOO Nhsrit-Psr V !, 9,1. Pifia. nt-JOHN H. ANDKKHON. Thoma A. Wocitt, K. II. Knenna, WiUlnm H. I'riiimu, Kntitit P. King, John M. Kik'X, liarlw lie KIItv, Jmubii R. Mjutsa, T 0. Mi'Dawall, HarrUburf. Juha W. IliUl, ia Jolili Drftdj, do W. W. WyH. Lnrtr. WUIlun O. ahm, Uutonula. L). 1. SOUTUWOKTll, OFFICE. Ko. 423 WALNUT fiTEIBT, BOOM Mo. 5, Autt'.cntfeated ipcelmena have been proctrrad fmm aema of Ui Company kxltj, and have been aaayed by fro fataora Hooth andUarrett witfc the moat KratHlna;reultt. Bubecription Hau are now open at Ote Offloe of the Coov pny. aod at tha Treaearar'i Ofllce flnw-nial Revenaa), Vo. 42T CllUHJt tT Htreet, rarmara' and Mnefaanire' Hank buik)in. To original aubaorttwri $3 &0 ar tbara tor a Uniiu-d nnaitber of aharea. tHreolara.painjkhletv, or liUbrmatloo can be obtained at the office of tha Company .alter the 17Lb InaU ll-W-3m PROPOSALS. WAfiON COVERS. IT Ae-tTANr gt' tB-rattHarFit'a Ovyu-.. t Cin in vrt, Ohio, Icem!.er A, In4 rroroial are Invited by the unlfrtiitneil. auttl Tt fcflWA . , lea ruWr iu. at 17 o'clock M.. tor WAGON OoVKK Artey Hue and Pattrn. BUIa will be considered r Army Watiuu Curera of f'ottoD or l.incn Iuck. Em-H. oover to be 11 fvt 4 lu :hea U ni.byu iret 4 Incbea wide. I be Ouok limit be fte fr'in lute, ai.U enal in quality to that measuring 7sl, inchea wtle, and welyhitiK H ouneoi to the liuar jnrd, Thenuv.ber bid f-r and the tune of delivery munt I -a alatid, and mm pie over fiimi-ihed; and v.nh b,d uiun be niranteed by twe responsible airttle', Kiiaiartieoinif u vi their own alttuhturea that the bidder m enter itm bond tor the tu'liiiutnt of hit cunuact, ahouUi oue be awarded Mia. Bid will c opened at tbe time abyre apc-lfletl, aud bid tie i are luvittd to be pnaent. Awurda will he made Friday, December lt, 1. The ilfrilit if rtatrvei to reiect any oid deemed uur a aonab'e. Lacb bid mnat be shirked on the envelope 'TropoiaJa for Waunn oveM,'' aftl n1ilrMd to the tinder.:nfd. lir order of oJonel William W . McKlm. C i lf i.uarter natier, Inemnai) leit. A. J. WtKi. U U H fajdain aaM A ij, M. DKTARTMF.NT OK FUBLIC IIGlTVAY, Ollke, B. W. corner WALNl'T and KlhTll Ht.ecra. Fan. Aitrfi. fin. Ooct-miHit' U, 11. OTK'K TO ('1 iNTKAC I'OKS. Pea ltd Propona k will tie received at the offlce of the t'hkt ommiatoner af IlluhwaTa tiLtil J o clock IV H , od Monday, luth Inst. ; Ur tha unitructioo of a H'Wdr on Uie line of HiKtuentk atreet, northward from Willi, v atieet, to Vottta atreet. to be of brick, circular In foim. with a diameter, Uiaule, of! i leet aix Inche There will be an iniet of cant iron, at tha northwest corner ot Kik toeatb and North atreeta, and one man bole; the enure If i)n i h to be about '''0 leM. The tioderiWiidmn to bo that tie i'ontraetor Mhall take bills prepared aKntit the pro. pert) fronting on aald aewer, to the amount of suventv five centa fur ea h lineal loot ot front on eat'h aloe of i he treet, lnpavment there'or. All liiihiera are Invue l to be priDt at tbe time and place of operdax 'bo aald prop oala. .ttcb nropoaal will be accompanied bv a certificate tuai a Hond Baa been riled In tbe Law I'epAttmmit, aa dirt rl b Ordiuum a of My 'Jft.lHtiu. It the lewt bidder Mmll not axveute a O'nixact withiu Ave dava aner the work Is awaidad be wUl be dt eitcd aa dccllninK, and will he helj Jlabi on his tond fur the ditTerrnce between his bid and tbe aeit higher b'd. tSpurlticatloim maybe bad at tha Jtpartiueut ui' burreyit, which trill be airicily adhtrt-d w. VT. W. 0MF.IM.e1V, 11 l'i mwt3t Chief Coiuniiahloner ol Uihwav. SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS. -rtt ' ttm.l 5'.1 05 BTR Errs: PRO- (AKTKUNAHT.;yXI5 1 1 st.t. Hi tticd rrort'ttala will h until 1J ( Uc M , MONDAY, D " (leitvery nl tlie I nircd Mate f II H SOU ume luitt) ovur stre "t wi ri, i roferlr tmttd. tea. iailontnl the fi'llowiiii; atth'M'H, xi,. : - 1 ' It ad ll-uii rv Halter t'haltia. 1 he ain) e dcju rttu d to be ot . 'jf-ni niftlltv, ami atib- ice; t the inspection ot an lifiiHMVf a(iulntmt on the itart ot the tlovemment. 'gf !- HuhletH will atete price, both In wrtilnit and figure a t ami the quantity id ror. ami ihc time ol delivery, price to In hide h'xc and di 1H ery. Kach bid njut be Kimrntitecd bv two nHponnlitle per ciiii.i., wlnihp ii tia'mcH lit ii t be .'ip-jendeil t t'ic ifuarun tcc, " ff'hr.f t , an In ihK y.Mtd and aulhctetil aocuritv UT the Hill- (Hit invoUed, hr the I tiltxl M.it"f dlitrh t indue, a Unmet , n cnihctor. or other public otiicer, other w l-i the 1 1 at w i:i n.it be rotioideicd. The ii'it Ih rcen t'fl to reict-t all Mda deemed toi hlyh, iti d no h,j ir.im a deNiulthn cni.rractov wld be received, Jt nMer ol I'ol.Hifll UK KM AN nitHJH, ( hie! yiuutcrmaater, I.K.okl.K K. (M:IK, 11 iJai'titin and A. j. M. KMY SUri'MKS. Mil M r Klt-4 iHNHltA I. I lKi'M, iv(iu, I. C , Peermher Ihj;4. .He eted rroi.a , will he rrecived at the re-nfe lv o'Mcea fM'A.tm i loihut a .l B-iiiii-ai-e, m New Y irk t'liv.anrt riniadfipMa, UMtll 17 n'ritick M., on W hN i si Of, the "Jlt-t iiitrtii, t r riirril-i.lnn. h, ci n ra.-t. at tlie Depot of Army loihit x and Fiuitare In eiihur city, at the uptl n of (lie coiiti actor '.(HxnOaKMY IH.ANKFITS, wool, yrey (with the let tern i. ni t.latk. incites nnn. in the centre i. to be even feet nti an J five tcet all Inehea wide, to weigh live Rida ench. l'o.p.aIn w ih be received tor the delivery of irank!S of enher Anier can oi Ki g h mai iifd tup-, hut mutt he. In Ait rcp.-ciH. emin to l lie Arrov r!n I u d. At tliP reioac tiw I n ot where if y ure to tif ib liveri .1 Bidder will kt:ite tl e number they wl-.li to Airniih ; hnw to 'v iht y can ixiiiiiucuco, and iiut huiuIht tt ey can deliver iih nthiv. i rop'-afll- tunt he accompanied nv a prncr uiiiiranten, 'It in'ii I'V a' lea"' two respun-tl.ip "parlies, iciitnif t-rth thet i' a contru. I ta awarccd to the pnrtv makm tne bi.I, tlmt he. or dev. wil et mce rtm ore the cotitrai t, and Kt e botnh for the proper fnltiiinen' of the aame. The r vhi In reserved bv t ,e I nded Nrnte to rt ieet any jart ( r il e whole .i the bi.le aama be deemed lor tbo tu tereft ot the fri e rri'p'1-.Als ahttnld he endorsed "Proposals for Kll-nlihlnn Bankets " Htnl thoe -or New Yark ftbonld bo mldresscd 10) llntrad er netat It. II VISION, Pepair (,'uirtcr- wn.Hti'i-tiet'era!, Ni-w ork city, in J those for I'ltiladel t.ila should le addrcsted to iMoneMir.liV N IlKUl. yiiariurma-ii r j De'ur'innt, H-M Pfithvlelphia, QCAUTKKM ASTKH'R DKl'AUTMRMT. I'm iiihM I'mii, I'a.. Decern her II, tA4. ealed Proposals v.iii tmreeeiied at this otln e until I'J o'clock M , on MA I I KDAY, December 17, Hilt, for tha Immediate del every at the I idled htmes Ht trehouse, Han over arcot whart. of the Mlowimj articles, vn, : Dne thoitflaivd (lis.hi) leotiMucb leather lloao, with iones' Pa'ent 4 nnpliPtf. 4ne hnnfred ihonsaml . Iwj.ituO) feet V Inch Poplar, well sessuued, siia'e Allied, All of the above describe! to he of the beat quality, ami anb ect to the Inspect m ol an Inapeutor appointed on the nan of the tiovernment. Bidders will s ate price, both In wrlrlna; and flirttri'S. and the amount or quantity or ea:a article hid tor, and Uie time of deit Ka h bid must b kmarnnteed hy two responsible pec soms, whose siKiiatures must he Appended to too nr m tee and cwtlfle! to a bcin it"' and siMMctent security fur the smonnt Involved, bv the t inted State 1 District Jinttfo, Attorney, ot Collector, or othor publio vllloer, otiierwlaa tbe bid wiil imt be considered The rlRht is reserved to reiect all bids deemed too hich and ao bid from a defaulting cou tractor will be ra wived. Bv order of Colonel HHRM AN UHluS, Chief Qnarter m aster. OEOKdK B. OHMK, l?-tMt Catulu and A. 44. M. CUBHISTKNCK OFFICR, UNITED STATKS O Army, So. A .SOl'TH Street. Bo. riMotiK, M r., Dtwiutwr!), Healed Proposalu, in duphcikie, will bu received at this aftics until Jt M.. on THIJKHDAY. hoenmber IJ,IA, fur furnisbiHK tiio lulled fitatea ttubitatence 1'oparLment with FOWB Tn)l!AVT (4nffl) URADOFrlOO) PAT RP.KP f'ATTi.R. on the hoof, delivered a' the State Cattle Acaiee at Baltimore, Md., In Ims 01 (.luwo) ene thouhand each every (10) t-n dav a; tobewelftned wlthia one ami a half dctys after arrival, at the espbrme of the contractor. Ifc'y aunt avernffu about ( 13i)U) .blrieen hundred itoumta trriHtu wobht ; all fniitnff short of (l(O)ono ih insandand firrvpunditrrOfiB weari-t. Bulla, Staua, O&en. Cow a, llolf ers, ajid llorniese Latt e. will be reiecteol. A dt-drjcilon of ten (ip) pound) will be made from the weht of each Hteer aoceptt d under this contract, pro-vlrie-1 tlie animal does not stand In the pent two anil na balf hours before being welf hel, or la not wctgltad lium eMate after removal (Tom thecars. Blank fhrma for projwala ran be had on Application at th's oftloe, either In peravn, by uiali, or telegraph, Frupoals by toterapu, or other lrreguiar, Informal proD.inids, will not ho muslrlcred. Tbe (tovernment will chihn the rluht of weluhliifr any ene anhi'Al separa:e, If Its appearance Indicates less weight than the minimum mentioned above; ei perxe of wuighlnK will be paid by the party erring In judgment. Kach ltd to secure cunsUteratlnri meat contain a wrlttsn giiurHiitee of two retnniislbie persona, ua fnllowi : We ' ,o tie county of , Htate of .do lerebysuaraniee that la (or are) able to fu I ill a contract In acct'rdance with the terms of hi (or their) prop) sition, ar d nhoiild hla (or their) pio-wnltlon be accepted, he (..r they) will at one) enter Into a omi tract In Acrordiince therewith, and we are prepared to br c in l is 'ecurlues, giving fcood and auintrleut bonds tor tta fuldlim 111. Tne rueponstbllHy of tne (mar an ton mnat be shnwn br U.e otllo at eertlrlcate of theCbirKo the ne&roet Dlsttiet tnirt,orof ue Ur.lted Attea District Attorney, to a eu akiM'd wltii Mm hid- BHders nui.tt be preittnt to respond to their bida, and ere pared to give bonds and sb(U tt.a contract before leaving the.dilce. The t.irverii moot rcor-ea to Itself the light to reject ava or ail bids ctHiHlderinl anr'aaonaLiie. fay menu u be made alter each delivery If fwndi aMi ee and ; if none on liind, to be made a soon as rectvtX Bidders will please utate prices, If payment is nunae ra eurrouey, aud also prices '.t mace in Cer udcat.es ol ludobt edness. I'r poaals moil be endorsed dltlnef1y "Proposals fbr Beef Cattle," and addrMcd ta Captain J. 11, tUlinao, C. 8 , Baltimore Maryland. " It a hid lain tbo naiueof a firm, their names and their post oftico acUbrtiM moat appetir, ar tbey will not be con sidered Marti person or every member nf a firm ofTerlag a pro- Exftl matt accompany It bran oath of allegiance, to tha utted States Uuvernmeut.sf he has not already tiled ona In this oftlea. AH bids not oTtnpivimf itrletiy with Uie terms of ttrla adTvrtijeamit wlU be reiectetl. J. H. fllLMAW, I! 19 lot Captain andC. b., U. H. Av OVFICE OF ASSISTANT QUARTERMAS ter, No. 1103 4WKAKD UtrfH't. Pun iin M'ltiA, December 7, 1"44. Heated Proposals wilt ha received at this otbee ntitll noun a( W KbSK.ibAY, Jlst Inst., fur furnifthinif tbe SUtlonery that may be rcoiiirt d at this uttue, in accordnnco with the lo.'leMng icheuule, lor six uioQtht coinmeucuig January WinteCap Papcv, ruled, to weigh not leas than 13 pounds per ream. White t exal Cap Paper, ruled, to weigh not leas than 12 pound t it ream. While Letter Paper, mud, to weigh not less than S jioimhIh per reiuu, vVullei ommerclal Paper, ruled, to weUb not lui than 4 pounds per ream. wiine Kouu lost Paper, ruled. Name price of paper per reein. Mu'l I'.nvel'Hie Paper, 'iix'Ji inches. Hlottinv l'aptfr, l!x"J4 in- lies. Price pr Sveet. Hist k Books, rtmi pie, full bound. Price per o,tiira. Blank t0"k, folio size, full (found. Price per mitre hltiirk Books, cap Bit, half bo'SBd Pi ice per tiuira. KDvelrpts white or bull, No. U. Price per BOO. Ki velnpes, vnite or butt, Inches. Price per 1000. Lnvt-lopes, White or bi-tf. Ha i lnbes. Prf.-e per KnO. kitvelcjiek, white or burl, Vtxl inches . Price per lotto, I e'tef Copying Looks, letter and cap tixe, t04) and luOO ptfi t a:h, per do n. siruiorandiim Book, octavo, per doen. wntii K I'luld, eijual to Ariwld a, tjuart and plat bt-ttlt-a 4 .'epvlug Irk, equal to Arnold a, ijuart and pint bottle. t'srmtne Isk, U'jual to Davids', glajs b ttlM anJ amppera. Ink 1'ovt.lcr, par dosen papers. Lad Paiiriis, tual to wbfr a, 5oi. 2 and 8, per dosm. Krdanrl Blue Pane lit, itral to Faher'a, per de m. 4. ass Inkaianda. nasorted perdnru. Meel ens. assoned, per grofis. H'eel I'e no, tiUU tt a .Noa imi and 401, per gross. pen Holders, assorted, per doen , Tin Paper Folders, per dozen. Itrd tttftluig Wax, ' ounce and 1-onnva sneks, pet pOtlLil. jted Tape, No. as, per doxen pfaeos 1am ars 01 slucliage aud Brushes, lara aod small sue, pt r doen. All u i' arrit lea must ba of tha bent iiu.ilitv. Hamples of eacb artkle innat accompany each b.d. with tlie name of tbe Udder distinctly marked thereou, and only oue price mi st be named tor each article. fchouhl any articles nut enumerated above be wanted, thev munt be furniehcd at the lowest market pin e. pnitais must be made only ujnm the regular forms fuMiuhi d at this offlce. Tim I nitnl Hiaint reserves the right to reject alt bids, of parts of bide,deiued uiumipailiUe lib ila inietestj, AlUhlil' H. A "ill Kl, W-7 lit Captain and A. . M. OVERCOATS CHEAP CEMBER 11, 18G4. Dn. w. n. MFnwrt co -h coi.cmmikob TIIK,('trilKf.K MKDirixPM. tl'Ml'IM'MiKI' I hum KiioiS, IIAkK-I, AND LEAVER the unit, IriillHn lilurrtta ciirr, nil tlliM-iiss or Hie uilimry onun,, mirh In rorhncnre if t!,t I rme. liilhuimiion irthf tilail.lor, llltlDIHIIiltllnn of tl.t Kid nov,. MIH in Ihc Hiiiildcr, Htrk'tttra, Or.vel, likt, itonoirbii s, itnS In ,p'l- liy ri'Corrmt'iideil In th,fte rft,-i of Kim.r Albus (or W lillri In IVmnlps) hT kU hip old imH.i-cus nii'Ul clui', hnve fnilrtt. Ml MM VM IK M M M M MM Al VI M y m .MM MM MM MM MM MM At At M M MM M M V M M M M M M M t II MM M M M l M M M M V M M M M H JIM M M MM MM MM M M MM ft in prepared In a highly ronri-ntiiitii! torui, the dote only I 111 from one to mo tea- pixitirnl, t-ii-i-a tlmea per day. It I, diun-fj' and a loratlve In lta aetlon ; punfylnu and rlean,i ii the hloo i, can.lna; It tu Ho in all lta original purity and vlK"r ; tluia rtiino. vlnlroin the tytrtu allper nieioii. t j.uflea wuith have In duced di.caau. rili CO t 0.1'C'i f rf; co CO IV CO C! 00 t'O c 00 00 if Ton o I'OOOO r n v. r 0 r v. k 1 v.ips1 TIUN I, liiti'inlrd a, juiAllf or ss,.tnnt ti, Ihv l'm;mi KKK IIKMKIiV, n,l ph.'iild tp ur4 in rouliiiH-rion wlih thnt mpitlclno In sllca'Pinf UonurrlitwH, .lleut, l,'nnr Altma nr White,. It, tlltcls ar hrA'nig, onthtni,, &nd UruinUcnt; rfinox-liiK nil laitlinii li,.t, ctionlce, snd pi'n. lii.tpail f Hie hurnlnc mnl altnont unrndiiri,!''? pain Uat I. enr!t'nprd with n early all n( oliaap quack IUj('.'ll(Mll. KFBFFI KF. K.r I'.F.r.KKK ' f.K KK. KKKKe. n; KK KKKKr.ri'fPt KhKKKr.r.l-.EIt By llien.enfiheollKHi) f.Y.r. ItKMMlt ami OIIB ltilM.I. ISJKGI ION Ihe tvro nir.llrliu-e al the lame tuiii'- all Improper dia charcen are removed, and tne weal.one.1 orwana are npced lly reMt.irud tu full vltjor and etren-th. for full particular, get our pitmphlet fn.m any drug stero th the country, or write ua, aod we will mail tree to any addrtsa a full trcutiic. IIH Ml IIH 101 mi nu IIII 1 1 1 1 f T 1 1 1 1 llllllllll IIIIII111IIUI1IIIII IIII IIII n pi 1111 mi 1111 tin mi niKROKPS OI'KK.-An untaiuiM. t-urti lor Hju'Mna Inrrlni .Ji Tniiiiil t ouknrfl, Nocturnal Fininaii'Di, anil all iliniMttcN canned by Mtill'- S"IIiiMot;, Fiirli n, Li.as itf Irmorv. 1 m(Mal lini tiKlc, Pain, In tlie tu k, liiuinosa 01' Vl-lon, Vrrlna tnroOlcl Aki Weak Nt'rvi'i, Ililtli'iillv of II fntliliii!, Trnililiiitf, MaHrmlnta., I'riiptlrn on the fare, I'ala Cniinh'tiniu-,., Ilimiii v.Coii- iiiiiVtlon. hikI all llic'.tir.'liit rllltlHillta I'Htl.l.ll U ,1. putt- Ins from tl path if nature. , El KI- KKF.KK r.KKbtallKKK vr. r K u.rn H I J4 i'Y't V K r.Y.v.TT.r.T.r.r. w.r.t.r, Khtt im. witntin-H rk,kt. VKNATINIi KI.IMU; or, KsM'lirn ol Mm! 1'n-pareil Ironi puro I'lielalile Ka-Irai-t,, loiititliiiuK noUilnff huiirioui tu thu most dt-tl. cau. Tho lit iuvonftllng Klllr la tl.e reault ol nioncrn illt-uvfilra In U10 vi-KOIa-M klntlom; helni; nn ami Iri-ly new and atiMtrnrt method r rnre, ltrt-np-c-tlveof all the old and worn out ayilt-ma. KltltltlirtUlllt DUIMIIHIIIO I'llllDliDl.i) IH !! IIII I'll ni Di 1I IMJ 1I III! nn im nnntinniii) nnnnnni) Till, medicine ft n lmpto TeiietHli e eti.ict, and one on which all can rely, aa tt tula been lined 111 our prac tice for mauv yours, and lih tholo.aiola treated, It ha, not tailed In a .IhKle tnilance. Ila eiirntlve pow era have been aulllcleiit to ualn vlntoryover U.o Ul'iat atnhborn ca-.e. rttr Mil till IIII nit IIII nn 1111 nil 1111 Thla medicine haa been tented hy the mo, I emi nent medical men of the day. and bv them nr- iiHit iiiuinnii ltitti nun lllllt KKtt Hltlt HUK KltltKltltltllU 11 1! II 1! Kit lllllt J; IIH KltK 1IKK UIIK It KB A fi-w doaes restore the appi-ilio. Tiiri-c hottlna euro te worst cam' ol lin potency. A IV.v ilontia L-iireitho low I'lrllnl. Otic bottlo rratori-i men talpnnor. A ir.v dopes bring the roio to Iho Cheek. 'Ihia ruelh-ltie restore! to manly vlfor and rotiut health the ioor dehlll taied. worn down, and ilua pairing ..ik-Yolee uf acllkUal plcuaute. nounced to ho oue of the . Iireaieat medical dlacoverlca ul' the aire. One i tie will cure Ceno- rai ncuiiitv. A lewdoai-f cure Uystcrtc in r cmaiea. roooc oooocoo 00 10 CO CO CO 00 co CO cc 00 cr- t!0000f'0 COcOU THIS KMX1R cures ITye. terlll. Ilcnoral lletillily, I'al pitatlon 01 the Heart, and impoteucy. It rontotct llielt- tal power and the apuetlte, and caioies the rone tu mount the cheek of pallor, and the dehllllaled man or woman to lucl vliioroNn and atrontr, the voiitiK and amhr.lous blood to counie throufrll evi-ry vein, the nerves to become strong, and the Hies of new life aiidviorto re animate the entire body, hullilliu up the coiiitltiitlon, rentoritiK loy and Uie to many a sad and daaeucd fireside. nooo oonoi o OIK) OOfl 0"'l OHO DOO 0(11) or 11, 000 OOi) Ol M I IK IO 000 OHO not) (HinoiHj 00110 rllKI'OKEr! Pll.I.Ht M OAK COATF.Ii FFMAI.K KKlllil.ATOR, 1 1 K A I. I IT I'KKM.IIH U, Cl.KI A1N AM) SAFK. I'or the Iteiooval of Ob atruetioiiN. and the liiutir-uiK-e of lte;ul-.rlty In the Kecurrenco uf the Muutltly reriuil,. 1 hi y cure er obviate thoae nuinertnia lUiu-ant-a that npiUiir trtiui lrreitilrtlltv, hy removing- the irrewuiartC ltheU. RE KK KK KK KK Kli KK KK KK KK IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII III! IIII IIII I 111 lilt They cure Norvaut and Rplual Ailect'oua, 1'nina In the Hack and lower parts of the llody, Heaviness, FatiKue on bUuht Kxertion, I'alintatlou of tne Iteart, Lovvneaa of Hplnta, llvste riu. Hick Headache, UI1.U nesn, ozc, ,vlc. In a word. Ii v removim; the lrremarlt v, tiipy ruiiiovu the caio.0, and Willi It all the eiiects taat aprmi from It. KK KK KK KK KK KK Kli KK KK KK KK KK Composed of 1inp! veiie tabie extract,, they contain nuthtug delutcrk.ua to uny connllluilon, hovrever dell caie, their funcilon buinK U aithatltute strength for weuk uena, which, when properly Used, they never lull to do. They may be Htilely uned at any axe and at any period, ti.irejit tturitui the timt thvtt nit'tit'f, during which tho miullinir nuture of their ac tion would Infallibly i-jui-VfclsT precnancr. KKKKI-.F.FF.KR KK KK KI-P.F.K KK KKKKF.KKBKB ei.KKl.1.11 KK In IhcCIIKIlOkl.K -MF.DI-clnea, the iiiiforlufiate will hud a day of deliverance from nunorlnK and pain. A day apK-ndid and kIoiioiih, when they shall nu loiiier sul'er w ithout ceaaalion or repone, either thruiiKU nier cenarv iiuiicks or the Inefll elt ocy ofnaubeoue prupara tluua. rV.F.EF.KFFKII KKKLtttttB KK NN NN NN NN KN N.N NN KM NN NN S N KN N NN NN NN N.N -NV NN NNNN N.N t'rice, of the Cherokee Medicines Cherokee Keiue dy, $2 a bottle, or .'l-hottles for ft. cherokio Injection, ftl a bottle, or 3 bottlen for $. Cheruaie Cure, J a botlhr. or i bottles for ti. Dr. Wllh'his Kllalr, J a bottle, or 3 bottles for Cherolce PHI,, for females, $1 a hux, or u huxua fur e'). KKI-.Kl'.F.KKKK KKKKKttKKe KK KK KKKKK Kr.KKK KK KK Kt.KKKKKFKR KKKKKKstKI.lt We send all tne ( HKKO K KK MKUU'ISKN by Kt- Iirer-a (eauept the t!herokvie 'ills, theae are sent by mall, free of pontage), on receipt ol Rrlce, to any part of the clvl ed werld, securely packed, Iu such a manner that no one throiiitti whose hauda they may pais wuuld know tlie cottlellls. HSS S! SSS SHU US ass HSS SS BS3 8H HSS MS HH8 8StHSt KK -KKKF.F, KKKKK hi. ki: kkkkkkf.f.kk KKKKtl.thtli The riir.KOKKK WK.ni CINKU aro sold hy ull euu-r- Srinlnir drumtiats In the civ I ed world, homo nnprln rlpleit riealeri, however, try to sell worthless compounds Ul place ot thesu thoeo which tltey can fret at a cheap price, and make more knoiiey by sculps- than they ran on the CllUlaKJS ait-'DIOfNKii. HHH We wish to send every reader or tula paper otirtmriy lajro pane pamphlet free. Address all letters and orders to Dr W. K. JIEKWI.N CO.. No. (U LlllBKTk' Mlreut.New ork. Hold whole. ais aud retail hy KVOTT ft CO., k-t.sw-Uui No. 13 N. SECOND Street. PMU4. WANAMAKER & BROWN, II H O W N H ANTI DYSPEPTIO POWDEB. A as eeiMat f roteaar, for that a,et dteareawltai oeeiptanat 1) Y HI'Kl'HIA. Iti many oases tt kaac .taadlac atkas aftVanted Irat eases, derfal reeX IT 18 ruitKLY YKOHTABLR. rKKPARItn 0!lT T KKKDKIUOK iiUOWN, lea. el.t and Cmmus;, a.E Or. rirni akd ouaRtftrr arm.. ririladetBnIa. AMI far sal by Drsunrtou traerally. U ten "11 HIIM VIKOIS WAX OK ANTIM.RKI. TT 1 his eaqalsiteCoseietlc has no e,nal fer bnauttrtv '. whlienlntt, and pra.er.lint the eompieiuas It la ens pared rrooa puie white was, hence Us e,traordlnar,)iiaH tles fer preserviUK toe skin, msklni It soft, fair, amortk, and transparent. It I, tnoi t aoothlnjf after shavina, onwaa ehapped band, and Hps, removes pimplna. hlotonee, tan, frccslea, or sunborn. and Imparts a pearlv tint to th fare, neek, and arm. Price ra), and ?. eenia. lilt NT f )., kit. la M.HKVKNTll Hirtot anJNo.4l a KtillITU Ktreet lit WKAl.TH, II HALT II. AND If to setti atlmtrinat .,-s , Il Ui I'AIUI In Hi'iU" otriS; If te a tlximlnu tl m-r, I- sthntts 1'1uk mi mi hour slA'M r f If .0 have a lioni i in a Is, 11 mr v(m iu mase amt-tili , If with ii'fili horn Ihi'iiiI 1 1 veil , If a iiiarhie nigaf wfieu .1oil Wfai ihT If t live rhr fti'nre and ien, Whli' life as lontf Aunii If to live a inV ni (. : 11 lo i Jt and k) to tf 1 ivw IIhai iw I If vo'i wlih 11 lire ofntrswtiri's( If y. moi ikii- wwPiil trpiiiiiree ( If .ry itiili-t tu wniikl r, Takf uij Hitvire. an4 wik all tfff Ten, bavtnii Mnltl. Wealth, anil Btatity, Vtn II tie ireure1 lor every duiv. Br a enrefnt perusal of Dr. WII.LUM YOTTHO S Hvw Book, His. M A Klil auk ,('II', which saonid be reasl by every one. K'd lv Hoot niiirs tinman?- anl at Itoctia s OMIce, Hq. ilu M'Kijrr, TUF.Hr; prtoe e tviiie. DR. CUAKIjVA IIUBKRra Psnely h ported fkF.NCH rr.iUl.F l.TQnin an4 ?IU., w air amid 111 all caais. Wrs. :H a RLf.i II D HiflK r, -iruiril Fr'Vit-iae. Kn'mnT etui oitirea privai sue liaise. Apply at tae Uhtanic uuiUi si ottK, No. 1019 COATJ;4 BTKEKT, 11 Ira Wost M Tern. S1XEKT lISi;ASKS! HKCRKT HAMAKITAN'H til l-T I HAMAIUIAN. CifH TnK MOSI TuiiTAIN ('I RK KVHH t'HhU. es, a pi'Siitvu core for 4N01iliHiKA, t.LKKT. STRIOTbUKd, Ao. Coniains no .tneriti, no 11 tt Is Am, i.u MiTcury, Only t'ii pills to Im take 11 to t thot a cure. rnres Ir. tnm two to four iliim, ami recent caie tm 'twenly-toiir linure." lre iiarcd j m irraduaie of tlie Terslrv of ennsyivanlii, out- ot U10 uiosi eiuinaui IKiotues and Cnrrnlits of the pn-sitit day. No'Kxi'OHt'HK, no rm'um.K, m niANHH wiuthvbsi. 1ftt those wtio have dfipa red ot'frtinnif eured. tr wtva have hern purrfe. with liaUata Cupaiva, or Mreury, oDce Uy tit SAMAKITAN 8 fKT. Hrnt by wall In a plain envelope. rfee. oiaie pac lanes, $i Kumalos, M. BI.00D1 HLO0I ! 1 ItlOOD '.II UI.O'-IUH BCHOKnaA., WLCKRf),, HtlKKA. SPOTB, TD.TTlf.ttsl. HUAl.KN, I'.OILH. fttPlilUa OU VRNKK.M. IMSKASttl, C.. Al. SAMAKITAN 8 , KOOT ANI H KKH JlTirKH Tl offered Uie puhUc aa a punitive our. PYPRfUM OK VrNKKKAL flH5AKK?-tbe RAMaV klTAN H KOT ANI Hf.Ka .II'ICE, Is the m s( poums eertain, and eitectual rmicUy ever prerniM-d ; it roahea anal erHilloetes evvrv particie mt the venereal politoH, 90 Uiai alia ouru la ihoroiiKii and permanent. Take then of tills purifying remedy and b bcileii, and An nA transmit In your poaUrlt that or which tu tuay ropoot la alWsj yaia. TO KOT DKHPAriU AHhoagti yen may be prinoiiur4.i incurable. the SAMA KITAN H KOOT and iiKKH Jf.I.'at will rmuve evurr TestiKi of impurities from the system, aa wull as aU th bad eifrcia vt oiecoury. KKMAI.KH I " FR SCALER! In many am-rtUms wfth whirh numhers uf Foin ! 1 Direr, tie BiI ANI hKKil Jl'lCKHate amst happur suiapti-d, in I Irorattd I'terus, In Leucorrli ca. 111 beminjc down, Kalilofl n tne U uuib.LielHllir.and furaii oujpluuu Iniili'nt to the sex. ttent by expruss. PHre 91 a bottle, or 8 botUae for IV. HAJ A ItlTA N rt WASH la, tn rases of Avphllis, nst-d 111 ronm ction with tba Root and lluib Jult'-i jr till direcilons. I'nce '! I'unts- The edlcncy oftin-sc rt'im dics ie ftllKn uekiiowleilcwl ! Rhyoiclans and patients. Thi-y are us.d in the Unheil iatva llortpitais, thus reKorfraK'healtU U uany ot (on lirave ptUilit-rs. From ti:e Baltimore "Sun :" WUAT TMF. Hl'KfiKONM Y OF TI1K 8AUAKIT A H'S KKMKl-IKM fti.1T iitiNI'ITAI., KiiKT tf ARHf IA IX, f "l.aitiniore, Md., February 'pi. MI have prfnt numfartlon in staling tlmt I have asel 'lhe haoiariian Kt'mnciei' f r Vem-ri-al J Mar a 10 la ka Bios 1 custi nwiiy fiirnin; iliat I hav unvtX thni with jinl metit, durrttiuti, and properir, and have found tliena runpond to my antlc'piuinris promp'Iy and flirocttmllr. Knowing Uielr rnnipoiltiou, 1 have the iullt uofldsne In UiiHr ufhrttcy, and an 'nr as my ase uf Uiem e&tonda, rect.uimamd Uiuu airungly. "AfiKKK.D O. ltOWRK-9, "Atntstant Huntfon Vli New York Vi)U." Lot H be OTidot st 1 hhI 1)1 at thi-mt reniedlea aro as reoom niei.dfd, and will pualtively curu the dueases for whiotm tli-y ai oirared. fcykl by B.O.TTNI V, No. "in FVMirH HiroeA. lKHMOaTli 00 , 10-12 wa-nm ho. II I C KAf'KHurnaL I'OIt NEW V0K1C f THU IK I.TMR. C0AHTW1SK HI K AM SHIP TOM PA MTU HI W FKF.KlHT LINK FOK NUrW VOKK, aad eonoprtlnff for U Noiujwb atld Eaawrn oIUm ao4 ew Oi ins, Biil;u every Tt'K8iAY. THLKSDAY. AMI) RATURDW, the Company'i wharf, flrtaiMrve Rare tiui. anal from hew York, from Pier 11, Xoilb. Kiver, ou same days, al 3 P. It. For freliifit, which will b- receWed dally, handle! hi IM urns' cat f 1 u4 maiiiivr, ai d delivered wuh the roaiea dw pauh, at tair rau-s, aplv n Wll. 1,1AM J. TAYMU A 11-10 3m tkiK'J.O Moi iu Wharvec WEKELT TO L1VHE- md 'fflSMii PO 00 1. Uacflin at ounstewn, Cork llarbuv. - iii wvn-anowa steauurseririe i.ireipooi, .ibw ion, and Fbtladf Iphia flteaiusajp Cumpaoy art lataudaal ls tail as ftillows : (ifsAHt-OVY, tuitay. Iicetmber 17. C4TY OF Mam:hksTEK. Ra-urday. Ikeennalier 14. CITY OF BAI.TIMOKK, Haturday. liaoumliurSI And ver soeeeedixitT tiainrday, at noon, rrxa rr lf 4a Morth klver. kATkH & fABHAOK PaYAHIB 1st CURKKBOY. Ptrst ( abia UrtO OO Ktajwrarte itl First Cabin to Tnedoii 17(1 UO Hoaratve to lmdaa... iX u FVst fabfo U Parle.. Dw HO Htw-rnct to I'arls Ht ut riistCaJMawHambr vtHU U) Hteri-a to Uatathum. 1tJ Iassenw alao forwarded to fivr, UreutNa. Brt terdam, Aniwarp, A., at e,aall low raiee. Farea from Uvftrpool or tjueenstowti Plfft Cahass. 9IM, $FW, alio Hierajre btmu Liverpool and Queaa tU'wn, $70. Thoa who wtak to siid ftar Uietr trramda awsi buy tiuketa haw at theee r4ua. For tWUtar ktiAjrB.auiun appir nt the Corn pas y oiVoeav JOH H e). fAl.tt, Agent, Bo. Ill WALNUT HirwH. Ptuladeii4ils. .ia BOSTON AND rillLADKI.nnA -.. ft-ii (Meaiushlv llx, sadinc from each port oai toAiTkliAiN. fruunrst wharf ahove PINF. .itreat, PhBa stelphja, and limv Wharf, Busioa. Frora ttrsl wharf above PIWIl fHreM.eci Hnid. lKemtiaar lo, PTea steamahJp HA XOW . Maittiews. will saU froni Ftt'lAAat. pUs r jHoeiuo. a Matnrday, Ituceinher I. at 10 A. H. ftiid the steaoudidp li IKM A a , Kaaur, (otm lkMfcm M PhLVftdelubta. oa aaune alar, at 4 P. M. TtieM new suid aubatautiaJ attajnabha form a r One. aaltnu (ton emcb tiort eami-tuaiiv on Batuidaya. litsurancea ei7iwsaHi al ooe baaf the preuiiuaa ahj.rgd m eie vessel. Frtdifhu taheaj at tklr raaee, Hhsppers are requeatvd so send &Jt aVoerpta aad MM Lad 11 kit with their arooda. Fur Vrwba uf fnn'tf fnsT Qna a (NootmaAd a Ou aa) PPlytO HFHKY WINHOK A Ca., yU-U Vo.Uitt. DMLAVYAU AvetrsM. if sxrmd Hwinsur Usva, via DeUwara anal It siiamii , auaJ. i he atauitra of Uise hue are hnAvii Uailv at Wedlock M,. aad 6 ouwsk P. M.,froto thU4 pier aaove Wain ul iumi, For freiaiit, whtck will be taken oa acoomniodattedl terms, apply toWlLsUAM M. UAlirU A (IO.,bo llT tKLAWAsUI Avauua SIXTH AND MARKET STREETS F.