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WASHINGTON, D. C., THE EVEWIHGf STAR? IS EVERT AITSKHOOB i nom mnmday.) jlrv? Oflto. en D *rtti, n*m- ifa, oppo ?*?'*? *???t ?fa|?l, ?v WALLACB k HOP?. 1> nha-rbcjaftj lie eiiiee of Wa4hin|ton,Oeor|?' tewn. Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, a f i 12 pwr annum, payable?SIX CBNTS?week y w rf?o AfTBu. To nail subscribers the cub ?cnp;:',n yrice ia THRER DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a jr?w advane*, TWO 1K)LLAR8 for SIX MONTHS, and ONB DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. ?imu conn oni riirr. iw rsi imnsums. ?tBBjgggaaagff" IRON FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Ac JSUnK^.C?t,,,S'r^C?' llobokcn Iron Works and Foundry. PLAIXAA^T^^%?^MMOW^-n 1 NAdENTAL KSgJlg!'? wftir!?ir?ir Am> towrl1 Vct?V^ALL *nd ? A n D ? N LIIAIRS^SETTEES, WjL&H noK1'?! HAIRl HD8K' A*'0 F5?I-T MATTRKS.SRS Of the best quality, made on the premie, by n pr*r tlcjil Upholsterer. Aery o/ naiasUr? and w- o ^rrKe?M' rnxra to or?ip, N*. 9 Canal street, Hew York; [mm the 5. T. Correspondent of the Phlla K^v Stone City.J J , !?^t **tur* j^re, and I suppose with you abo, k the now aad elegant Iron Bedsteads, and f ily. wming so much into use in ft ^ ' n?we*t styles, as well a* th- most -.egant and snbstaati.Vly made in rur citv i> gotten up by Jonir M. Comstock, of No 11 Canal I believe alto, that his pri*s are lower than many others In the rale." j, 28?lm THE WEST roIi\T HOTEL, OX the United States Grounds at Wert Point is k ?--Wu?y.-fo*.t^la reception of guewta. A new M built ty the Government, affording a convenient ">anding for the =rteamboat? mZTSJ?*: M,wn Cold Spring and V* h ^^brtweea Garrison's Depot and h .in ? to meet every to dn of passenger can oa the Hudson River Rail r?L The fart and elegant rteamboat A LID A leaves N 1 ? t /1*1 *?'c,t?k P- m-? at the foot of Robin ? ! r passen^rs at the Point In C ae to witness the evening parad<> of the Cadets. ? d returns to the city at 9 o'clock am. Other steamboat communications will be freuaent 3 tnng the day. * The Hotel has been freshly painted and renova ??? for the season, and the subscriber will be happy locoramodate his friends and the pubic. Iy~tf 8. R. ROB. I PATENr HEACTION CKHTBI-1 FUOAL PUMP A5D PIKE EUGLNK. ADAPTED M any si tuition, unlimited in power. CBru?ti In permanent in u*e,&nd with*] T??1 th,'!y *?PHly superseding all M commended to the atten ?ion ofa.l jnter??st?-l in Steamers. Manufactories BTD2T' D!lHlteriM' iiailroad Water ( anale. Water Wor>ts, Drainage or Irriga \^',^lloTngi prTrtlw: dJtu 9nf*p. icily, freedom from liability to get out of ffjuer. ami ?arm r'tiuii frtn bh' powr applied. Por S?^fdai!il77i2'?' Coff"r(Ia,a8' *c- tbey are pecu i," m;lnufactured of from U6 nunat^ capaolty. Call and be of^ iStoL hZ 4t the 0mc* and w*"bou*e wav Nsw yZ? ?rr^L ?L U" 8 ? No- 33 Bro"<i ZZLnt ZrnJZ R6m0TBd from No. 24 opposite greet at stand miy 22-3m IRON RAILING WORKS. IRON HAILING, every variety, of Wrought and Dartlrr-n, and the celebrated Wire Railing wJ^?^.'^sJ>aignted Wire &*<*? tU p'r *armfl Uwil*> Gardens, Ac, IRON BKD8TBADS-TR02; FURNinjRR The swond edition of "New Pkaae or the Iron Manufacture, oontamingdesigns, explanation* and prices 01 the above articles, forwarded by addresslnz the subscriber. JOHN B. WICKEH8HAM, Warerocma, No. 312 Broadway. Works, n'cb. 63, ?6. 91, jf9 aa?J el LewLs street, New York. a*y T 3?dt A u gl at BILLIARD TABLES. HP ? S Fi6??ri6ers having uevoted their personal X an^a#ica for many years to the maaulacture Of BILLIa :D TAliuSs, af? fully competent to exe eut- wcrk that wiu give entire satisfaction to the enoi: i^*.:i!"ue (Joanossieur. tt^* most exten siT.- minuiactarT? ia tne Union, tney ar? ?oabled to furaisii a superior table at 10 yer cent, leas than anv Pth-^r e '?bli?hnient in the country, to which S?c' tL?y ie^pe?full.7 invite the attention of buyers, ao alar., to the essential improvements they Lave mad* in :L -onrtruction end eiasticity of the Ou^h ".cn-, which th??y have brought to a dagree of per /ecti?n attuiued by no others. AlwayB on hand Bil Uard iacleb with Marble and Wocicn l?u, aiib a larg?* stock of Clothp, Bails, Cues, French Cue Leath flr-v, Wax. Pool Ball, Boards, bagatelle Tables, Qfiir ?ni Worsted Pockets, Ac. Orders by mail T>r -mati/' attende ', w. ?ld Tables rscuahioced by eendi* thv*? Rxpre.ia. GRIPPI TH k DECKER, Billiard Tabie Manufacturers, ap No. 11) Ann st..New York. ~0^ICHi TO THB OHKDIIOHa 0> E,KfUP" UC OV TltXAS.?The ar^ itor8 01 t,he !ate u\ public oi r?XA8 ore heraby aoti&ea, *aiii' ^ an iiCt of th* Legislature of the State of It.***'*PPT?.Ye4 feb. 11th, 1H64, the provisions ot the a. entitled " act tr provi ie for ascertaining the debt 0lr.8 lata Kepubho of Texua, approved March 20th, *8' has been extruded unt:l the 1st day of August 181?6; therefor^, all holders of any of the lirbiliaeS of the late tiepublis, which have not been heretofore unju licat'jd, whether the s%mr be sfeek t*>udc, treaanry notes. aU'litjil pap<.T, unliquidated claims, or any r-tn-r iefertption of debt whatsoever, will present tiie Mine i#r ^ujustment to the Auditor and Comp troller, at (.his otflce, in Austin, on or before the date afor?-?;?id, August l>-.t, 1855, ar the same are by lUtuite ?i". reeavl, declared forever barred. fartiee tor^arding claims by m?ii to the under ngr.-l, tne provaHons of tiie act aforesaid, the oert'HcaU* ot ?-^u<tment i.wut*l therefcr will be re turned in the same way, should it be so director by the claimant, otnerwwe it wii! remain in the Audi tor s oeioc. subject to bis order. In all cases of the transmifeicr of roeuntiee to and from the office, the sam? shall fee at the risa of the owner or holder Wh'n a par.y deputes another to act for Llm, iwhicn ta re^uatite ia second class claims,) a simple >??? of attorney by twa witnesses will J NO. M. SWISHhR, I Auditor. JAMfiU B. SHAW, / Comptroller Austin, Texas, February 22d, 1854. ap 17?3n COLLKCTOR'S CAMKI| a most oonve nieut article for holding W!ls and papers, and making memorandums, only 02c Portfolios, the largest, best, and cheapest EtOck we have ever had Writtag Pads, arat and ch^ap Mathematical instrnments, colored Crayons Finest Water Colors in boxes front cents to $7 each Moueeramatfe B-*rd and Drawing Paper, a!l siaes. Rxtra su^erhne Ai ham bra aream laid Note Paper aad Knvelopas Buff croam iaKl i'aprr and Envelopes A large and &ne assortment of plain and fancy Sta tionery, ViMting Uards, Card Gases, and Porte Monnaies An extra good quality of Envelopes, for boainesa purpo** at $1 (0 per 1,000 OKAY A BALLANTYNfi, J? 16?^f 7th str>*et. EVERYBODY LOOK HERE. Adamant, canolej cts. a p^.und, same prHofaoenDAn mould CandW>s* N. Orleans Hug*?, tw??n'y pontKi for oa* dollar: Soft crashfd ery?ta;'t*l So?ar for strawb?rri??, twdve }>oun<is for um dellar; fop^rlor Cucuml>er Pickle*, fifty cts. per hoa4re>l, Vln?-g*r glveu in; Pre-<h nine Flour; femokel B* 'f Tongue at 'id eeats <>?eh; Cornena. Tuscan, Bordwtux, iniid oth-r pure olive Oils; Black fea, rw^csui -ulid by the Faculty, at 50 oent/4 a lb^ warranted better than is usually sold for one dollar a poun-1; I'otasb; pure Salnratus; Durkee'B Breed Powders; Tamarinds. Ac., together with all the vari eties ef b^w an 1 He- Grooeries introduced in the Kerth 0<xxU delivered free of coat Z. M. P. KING, Oor I street and Vt are-, St. John's square. > S?tf TO INVENTORS. TUB oftee of "Th* Invntors* Protection National Uak>n** is on 7 th street, opposite the East Por tico of Ua> Patent Office, and is now ready to attend to the buatuese ofiu members, namely : in making ?xac:iaatten' a^< soliciting patents, Ac. Infeibni are in.'t??l to oall and get a copy of the Ooustitution and By lavs, anl where any Inform a mv> wdl be gi*?a ro?p?etiu^ the Onion. A*1 letters on tnsieaes muet ee directed to this of frje, where attention will be given immediately. A modei stop is in oonnnction witu the offioe, whrce models eaa be aaado to order at tho shortest ?otiee. T. G. CLAYTON, ia?ly President I. P. N D. I^a IMS TOILET ?Hair, clothes, nail, tooth, 1 anl sharing Brushes; dressing, fine, pocket, tack, aad s*i? tX'mbe; Tooth Powders; Toilet, era mve, f'lia'ly, and barbers' Soaps ; Toilet Powdt*s; Pa* k^xus: tlarriseaa, ii?.n?l's aud Farina Cologne; Arc wis i . taegar AxWaou ; iJathairon; Tricophe rofjt; iLsfer Oye, Ae , at the Piano, li^l*. Stationery mm* Fancy t&ur* <A J. r KLUe, Pa. avenue, between Mil and 10th streets, je T?tf ' nigtCU LlTUUTVRK.^rATUHtt L,' "l ,;,,,v hir? oa sate several cheap editic*. o? P Aethora, including 8a*? U- ?no-t emm-at fT^ DeRook, tine, Baitac, i-amarttV? >? 1?? ygr and Victor Uu?a. ^ _ WINE. R M A>iYfrA.(iXURED PR0M ?*NCH GRAPES, JAMAICA GINOKK, SEVILLE ORANGES delicious beverage becomes tUe greatest i?* vi whCTt>VM" 5t ?? introduced. It Is equally pwatable, more wholesome, and not half the price cl other foreign wines. Many physicians use it tx clusively, a?d recommend it to all troubled with Flatulency, Hyspepsia, Debility, Cramps, Diarrh cH and Dysentery. Persons sutyect to Chills or livuic in districts where Ague prevails, find its occasional u?e a pleasant and admirable pmwtin, Mixt?.i with a little cold water, it lorms thp most refreshing and wholesome cooling drink in warm weather that can be taken. Trio! 1VS* vrr bott,e- *r' P"r dozen. J of Baltimore and Hi~h *trr?fc, PEEL A STBVENS, Alexandria. JES^K LANDIS, Frederinli. H. BUFF, Portsmouth, Va. ROBERTSON A 00, Petersburg, Va. WM CIS3EL, Georgetown. jy 10 y Books i books. ? a. gathers a. Bao., 1?2 BALTIMORE STRELT, n#r * .V D0K??E ?' HOLUDAT. BALTIKOR*, M?. O ffer to the public at reasonable prices, a valuxWe collection of the mont curious an 1 We Works, on Astroiogy, Magic, Witchcraft, An tiquities, Masonry, Wit, Fancy, rare Tracts, Book* of curious Utters, The Fine Arts, Classical Li ten, ture. Heraldry, Zoology, Natural History, Ac. Together with Books on everything wonderful queer, strange, odd, laughable, whimsical, dreadful tut ot-the-Way, and unaccountable. And a very tine assortment of the bent editions < f tlie works of the most popu'ar and standard, Euro pean and American, Historians, Essayists, Travel era, Dramatists, Astronomers, Critics, Statesman,Or aiors, Men of Science, Biographical and Geograuhl cal writers, Ac. Togefher **ith about 10,000 volume works on THEOLOGY AND RELIQIaN. And 600 volumes m . v, MEDICAL AND LAW BOOKS, Many ot which are now very rare, bciug nearly out ot print ' Also, always on hand an extensive assortment of new and second-hand , , SCHOOL BOOR 8, And Becond-hand NOVELS n At half the regular prices. tJur counters are always stocked with the latent Books, Pamphlets, Novels, and Magazines as boon as published. Confident in our ability to sell cheap, we cordially invite the book-buying public to call and examine our 6tock before purchasing elsewhere. ap 29?tf J. CATHKRS A RRO. RICHARD ?. SMITH. GBOBOH D. SMITH SMITH 0L CO.| Manufacturers and ~P?*ler8 in ALCOHOL,CAMPIIENE, RTHE RIAL OIL, Ac. No. 34 S. CALVERT STREET, or> posite Water street, BALTIMORE, Md. mar 21?ly T? COUNTRY MERCHANTS. X WATCHES. JEWELRY AND FANCY GOODS. \ CAHPIELD, BBO., & CO, 1 229 Baltimore Strut, Have on hand an extensive stock of the above goods, of their oxon Importation and Manufacturt. Country Merchan's may rely upon getting bar gains at our establishment Orders from all parts of the United States prompt ly executed. 28?tf O. Ki CHAHBEKLAIN'S COBBtr cUl UolUtr*. No. 127. Baltimore ttrcet, Battirwre, Md. THE ostensible object of this institution is tc plar. in the reach of individuals proper facilities fo obtaining a thorough and practical mercantile edn iation. A youn; man can here obtain a more cc . rect knowledge of general business matters in a few weeks than can be acquired ia as muny years La ai> - one counting house. Ths course of study embraces double-entry booi l keeping, and its adaptation to varies departiaeut/ ! of commerce and trade. Mercantile calculation*. taugi.t jocording to the no-t approved mellndf. Practical Penwi^hip, combining rapidity of execu tion with beauty of Lectures upon mercantile Law, upon various impotent mercs,at!;>? cubjects, beside many other points neceseary for .? book-keeper or business man to understand. Tui. ? nrci-^sary for a student to complete thu course vari> from hfe ta eight weeks. There being no vaer.tio:., applicants can enter at any tisis &nd attend both dr.y and ?7euiag. Examinations are held at etalt periods, and diplomas uwarie-1 to those who graii:. at a. For terms, Ac., write and have a circular for warded b7 mail. feb 4?ly IMPROVED HOISTING WHEELS, for Wtrehouiu. The greatest Wiioels ever invent? 1 '? for hoisting fast and easy with litttj labCi, having put many hundred i, ' I the largest warehouses in Baltimor-, j [Washington, Alexandria, and Ki Imond, and have given general sat. - j [faction. Persons will save the ?? - j punse in a ?hort time, to Bay nothing of the salt' his goods are subjec *? in being hoisted three or ft ? ? j gu?riflf above his head. Writ" tc D? JAMES BATES, ! GomCT ?f utiles and President streets, Bait, j Iron Foundry ?nd Manufactory of Hoisting jan 24?Cm Whe*l?. Lloyd's Hotel, Baltimore, Md NOTICB to the TRAVELING COMMUNITY. jaU At this Hotel, opposite the Philadel efrt VaBpWa Depot, on PRESIDENT STREET, jjjjr* Baltimore, Md., passengers can get theiri* BREAKCAST, DINNER, and SUP PER, on the arrival of the Cars. If wishing to remain over night, they can be accommodated wit', single and double Rooms. Terms, ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTT-FIVB ?t ? per 4ay. jan 31?to' E. K3TABROOK. C. i. MARSH. ESTABROOK & MARSH, MANUPACTURKRS ?nd Wholesale Dealers i . liKOOMS, PAINTSD BUCKETS, CEDAi: WARE, BRUSHES, FRENCH WILLOW WARJ MATS, CORD AH H, TWINES, WICKS, MATCUb>. BLACKING, <fc 115 Lombard, between Light and Charles street Baltimore, Md. may 29?3m V| JESSE MARDKM) I SCALE MAKER, Southeast corner of ^^?cHARLEH* BALDLRSTiW STRUTS, feb'^?ly Baltimore, Md. i CASH 70E HEGE0E8. WS wish to purchase immediately a large nam ber of likely YOUNG NEGROKS, for the Nev Orleans market, for which we will pay th?? higher cash pricee. All persons having Waves for sale, witl find it to their advantage by calling on us, at our office, Nin. 12 Camden street, Baltimore, Md., former ly occupied by J. 8. Donovan. Liberal commission paid for information. All communications prompt ly attended to. jan 27?ly J. M. WILSON A G. H. POKE PI AH OS AND MUSIC. ?aa>??. The anderginned desires to g>l??BHBcaLi tho attention of purcha 5T^^H^T|sers to his stock of PIANOS,i J M 9 VI ?consisting cf 6, 6U, 6%, aad 7-octaves, with or without metaflc trames. These pianos are remarfeible for great power of tone, from the lowest UJ the highest notes, with an elastic and r^ady touch, being suited to any performers. MU SIC for pianos, and all other Musical Instrument* constantly on bond and received as soon as publish ?d. Tfc*; Irado supplied on liberal terms. JAS. K. BOB WELL, No. 228t Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. or 19?ly \fu. Kj*amm. H. Gauls. Ed. Birrs. First Primlam Grand and Square Ptanoa. KNABE, GAEHLK A CO , mannfaetur neTn?s, Nos. 4, 6, 8, 9, and 11, KuUw street, Baltimore, if.AG. would respectfully eall public attention to the great variety of their IRON FRAME PIANOS, constantly finishing, which for durability, delluMj of touch, brilliancy of tone, they believe are not n" rf irir' by any now manufactured. In addi tion to the first Premium awarded them by the Ma 2land Institute in I#48 and 1849, they have revived e highest encomiums of the most eminent artists, who used these Instrument* Cor their Concerts. Al so, of oar first claw Prsfoasorj and Amateurs in the city, who have highly reoO mm ended them. tar PIANOS HIRED oe 14?lv I*|TdIAH DOCTObT" E. a. BPENCEE Offers his Professional servioee to the citisens of Bal timore. Can cure all kinds of Cancers?take them out without pain, or the u?? of any knife. He can cure ail E'?" of Pits and Spasms, Rheumatic Pains, Consumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Piles, Palsy, or any other ailment the human family are subject to. IJn ean stop Bleeding trom the Lunge or Noee, any distawW^om the patient, by knowing the patient** name, fie wae horn blind, and has btudied several year* under an ludiaa Doctor who was among the wild Uurtaen yeasa _ oan b? found at Ms. Buckley's Boarding aoui*. mm Pratt aad Qbarlee street, Baltimore, ?* par T?to N1 AND NEWSPAPER ESTABLISHMENT. WM. TAYLOtt * CO.. Comer of Baltimore and Charlrt street, BALTIMORE, Mr WM. TAYLOR & CO. beg leave to call the atten tion of the reading people a.nd all dealing in Books, to their new BOOK, PERIODICAL, and NEWS PAPER ESTABLISHMENT, v.here ran be found a large and general assortment of all the late popa larpublioations of the day. They also keep on hand a splendid assortment of plain and fancy STATIONERY of every description. All orders thankfully received and filled with de spatch, and sent by return of the mail, express, or ?tage, or in any other way the parson ordering nay d'lect. Booksellers, News Agents, Pedlars, and all others supplied with any Books, Magaiines, etc., at the lowest rates. Any Book published in this country can be had ?y sending your order to us. WM. TAYLOR A 00., Cor. Baltimore and Charles sts.. Baltimore, >Id. may 23?tf CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Th* Great Parl*?r of tb? Blood! Not a Particlt of Mercury in it. AbIkvalubu R?cn>r fcr Scrofula, King1? Evil, P-heu natisra, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the Pace, Blotches, Boile, Chronic Sore ?yes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald Ilaad, Enlarge ment and Pain oi" the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Com plaint-, and all Diseases arising from an injudicious hm of Mercury, ImprudenaeinLife, or Impurity of the Blood. rura rain able M Mi cine, which has become cele brated tor the number ef extraordinary cures ??fleeted through iu agency, has induced the proprie tor", at the urgent request of their friends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost confi innce in its virtues and wonderful curative proper ?<?. The lbliowing certificates, selected from a large lumber, are, however, stronger testimony than the ?sere word of the proprietors; and are all from gen tlemen wall known in their localities, and of ths higfc str<*p?ctabliiiy,mar:y of them residing in thu c<ty s. Richmond, Va. F. BdYDEN, Esq., of the Exchange Hatel, Rich mond, known everywhere, says he has seen the Medi cine called Cixrw'8 SPA-fian Mixttjm, administered in over a hundred cases, iu nearly all the diseases for which itis recommended, with the most astonishingly <ood results. He says it is the most extraordinary aedlcine he has ever seen. AGUE AND FEVER?GREAT CURE.?I iifreby certify that for three years I had Ague and i'evar of ;he most violent description. I bad several Thysi sia^s, took large quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and I beliave all the Tonics advertised, but all without permanent relief. At last I tried Carter's Span: h ?Ifacmre, two bottles of which effectually cured ire. ,nd I am happy to say I have had neith?i Chills >r fevers ainoe. I oonsider it the bept Tonic in the Tor^dLand the only medicine that ever reached my iase JOHN LONGDES. Beaver Dam, near Richmond Va. 0. B. LUCK, Esq., now in the city of Richmonl, and for many years in the PostOffloe, has such oon3 '*noein th# astonishing efficacy of Carter's Spanlih Vlixture,thathe has bought upwards of 68 bottlts, ?rhich he has given away to thj afflicted. Mr. Lu< k 'ays he has never known it to fail when taken aceor I Ing to directions. Dr. MINGE, a practising Physician, and fermei tj jf the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says lie ias witnessed in a number of instances the effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly sur prising. He says in a caseof Consumption,dependent m the Liver, the good effects wera wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M. DP-INKER, of thoflrm of Drinker A dorris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of 8 rears standing, by the use of two bottles of Cartel's Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA.?The Editors of Richmond Republican had a servant employed iu !ieir pres9 roc^i, cured of violent Scrofula, combined *ith Rheumaudm, which entirely disabled him from -vork. Two bctties of Carter's Spanish Mixture mads i parfect cure at him, and the Editors, In a public no lice, say they " cheerfully recommend it to ail who are i(flirted with any disease of the blocd." STILL ANOTHER CURE OF SCROFULA.?I hai a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's jipaniph Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on the r. a r. n. u. o^? aichaond. Ye. ->^XiT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CXJRMD. Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residing in the city ol Uchmond, was cured by three battles of Carter s ranish Mixture, ef Salt Rheum, which he had ; Mill twenty year?, and which all the phynciiDi fthe city could noi cure. Mr. Thompson is a well mown merchant U- the city of Riciuuond, >a^ and di cure is most remarkable. WM. A. MATTUEW8, ef Riahmond, had a ser ?ant cured of Synhilia, in the worst form, by Car Spanish Mixture. He savs he cheerfully re > amends It, and oousklers it an Invaluable medi ,.ae. SDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, 78 he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish jcturein a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it ? perfect euro for that horrible disease. WM. G. IIARWOOD, of Richmond, eured of old - res and Ulcers, which disabled bim from walking. ' ok a few bottles of Carter's 8panish Mixture, end r jj enabled to walk without a cratch, in a short :ie permanently cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE A CO-, No. ?, Maj,ien Lane, New York. ' iCw. DYOTI I P0N8, No. 132 North 8eoond street, ? iladelphi?. , * :Z^:NJTT A BEERS, No. lfc* Main street, Rich ind for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washington, B. C.; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Druggists arsrywhere. , Price tl per kottla, or six bottles for fi. 3*p 14-y GAS FIZTUBB8. ;?E subscribers take pleasure taannouncl^to 1 the public that their stock of GAS FIXTURES, ^nnrisin* some of the bmt and latest patterns, has ?+!ii received, aa? that they ara now prepared to sell v. the lowest rates. Persona in want ?f Gas Fixtures ^ >U please call and examine -they will no doubt ;ud it to their interest. Dwellings and public buildings fitted with gas-tu .]? at the usual rates . J. W. THOMPSON A BROTHER. Ife 1&?tf Pa- av , bet. 10th and 11th, s. side. beautiful teeth. DR. 0. MUNSON has fitted up the I house and office on Pennsylvania ave 'nue, formerly occupieii by Dr. Hum phreys, and is making TEETH on an en* ? ? elv new plan, with continuous sum?the very 1m -sonation of nature herself, only handsomer if de ed. Public inspection respectfully solicited. Dr. owns the patent fer the D. C., Va., and N. 0. All department* in Dentistry attended to and war* inted to be done in the ?ery Debt manner mar 14?ly ^ rOHHSOM'S DICnOWARY. , I with a history of the Language, and an EngUsh one volume of l,3e9 closely printed oeta xu paffe3. fine London eiiition of 1862, throwing ou all additions, improvements, and commentators, an i,-printing the work verbatim from the author's last /CONTINENTAL GUARDS ATTENTION !?The ( j beautiful Continental Guards M?rch, dedlcattxl yCapt. John L. Smith, by Prof. S. Ehrllch.hasjus* I.een published by the subscribers, and can be bad, . or ftttl .t ILdt "ogjJJgJ ? ? lra , . OLD AND TDK 003PJSL.?PciBe Rsa?yB #n the (jT Scriptural Duty of giving in proportion to insane and income. . , , Daniel, A Model for Young Men.?A series of leo turus by Rev. W A. 8cett, New Orleans. Voices of Dead, by Rev. John Gumming The Divine Character Vindicated?A Review ol Dr. Beecher*s " Conflict of Ages;" by Rev.Mosee Bal l? Uncle Jerry's Letters to Young Mathers; compiled by Ann B. Porter. Castieman's Plain Sermons fcr Servants. Sunlight Through the Mist; or Conventions be tween a Mother and her Children; by A Lady Struggles for Life; or the Autobiography of a Dis senting Minister. _ Theological Essays and other Papery by Thos. Be Quinoey. National Magaiine for Jane. GRAY k BALL ANT YNE, Seventh stoeet may 80. f Bentinell HAY WARD'S HISTORY and account of all Religions, Sects, and denominations, 1 vol, full cloth 60 cento , Barrows Complete works, 3 vols, octavo, full cloth, Paley's^complate Works, 8 vols, octavo, bound in D'Aubigne's Sstory of the Reformation, 4 vols In i, Jeremy Taylor on the Libe*y of Prophecying, 1 jo 26 ?*nta FRANOK TAYLOR. TF.,* *5^sr<sssfsas? variations on "Thou art ttone tTommy Oa^ Urana uus-dan March variations; Golden Ring Waltie^ This Darkies' Heart is Sad; Few Days, and in*1 tion to a variety ol standard and popular Musto; ,loUD, gulUr, ??!?, ?, Cholera morbus, DIARRIICE k, DYSENTETiY, CRAMP COLTC, With all diseases of the STOMACH and BOWELS, sr> prevalent during the Sammer relieved and cured by HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE. In tact it will be found that thoee iKing this article have an almost rxuiptlts Irom this diseases Every family should have a Bottle at hand for a 8CDD1N ATTACK. Delicate children, all Individuals, and Traveller* for health, Hhould try this great Restorative? its praise Is spoken by (hevtand^. * ' A* a Female Medicine HAMPTON'S TINCTURE cannot be excelled. As a beautifying agent it is far ?up??rior to any of the cosiaetics of the day, produc ing a beautiful, clear skin, and giving to the cheeks the color of the ro o, imparting to every muscle that life and elasticity which gives to all wrtio ?joy health, such grace and beauty. LIVEH 0OMPLAINT, DKBTLITY. Extract from James Harris, Esq.'s Letter, Alex andria. Va.: After speaking of wonderful cures on him?Af, he sajs: "Mrs. H. has been suffering wifb Liver complaint and with inability, constantly complaining from weakness through her whole system She now en joys better health than for thirty years, being entire ly restored by the use of HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE" DISEASED SIDE, BREAST, EYBS. Extract from a letter from J. Grimes, Esq., Lou don county, Va: "My wife has been for years afflicted with irrest weakness, pain in the breast, aide, and baisk, palpi tation of the heart, feebleness of the nerv ius sys- I tem, loss of appetite, oomploxion sallow, the sight of one eye almost gone, the other very weak. T am pleased to say that HAMPTON'S TINCTURE has | ret to red her to perfect health. Her eyes are as good now as eve* they were. Call and get pamphlets and see cures of Coughs, i Bronchitis, Rheumatism, liver Comfflaint, Scrofula. As a family medicine it is unrivalled. Sold by MORTIMER & MQWBRAY, 140 Baltimore street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, f. York; CHARLES STOTT <?? CO, WIMER. J. B MOORE, D.lt. CLARKE, CLARKE rf BOW LING, H. ELLIOTTi if- H. McPHERSQN, Wash ington ; also, by R. S. F. C1SSELL, Georgetown ; anil by C. V. BERRY, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. jy 1? STEAK MACHINEBY FOR U 8. BTFAM j FRIGATES. Navt Dbpakthsnt. July 1,1864. PROPOSITIONS will be received at this depart ment until the first day of August next, for the complete construction of the steam machinery and appendages, and placing it on board of five auxili ary screw steam frigates, to be at least V255 feet in length, and of 3,000 tons measurement, one of which is building at each of the United States navy yards at Boston, New York, and Philadelphia, and two at Nerfolk. Kach off-r must be for a specific sum, and include a:l -ja'ent fees for any arrangement that may be proposed, and must state the period within which the work can be completed. The boilers are to be of iron, with telescope chim neys ; the propeller, with the connexions for hoist ing up, of composition. The fresh water condensers machinery for hoisting, ventilating, pumps, 4c.' with appurtenances ot all kinds, must be tlrse most approved for m rine engines The tools and duplicate pieces necessary for an efficient cruising ship-ot-war, a list of whi -h must accompany the proposal, and also the coal bunkers, must be inclu ded. All the wood and carpenter work necessary to adapt the vessel for the reception of the engines, boilers, propellers, Ac., will be at the expense of the Navy Department, and it will furnish the usual fa cilities and labor for hoisting the machinery on board. For the accommodation of the entire steam ma chinery with fuel for ten days' consumption, at the average speed, at a load draft of water of 23 fe?t, in cluding the keel, a length not to exceed 60 feet can be allowed in the body of the ship, including the en tire space under the birth deck. The greatest breadth of this space under the beam will be 47 ft., and the height from the timbers to the bottom of the beam 17 feet; the area cf the section being 602 square feet. The weight of all the steart machinery, water in the boilers and coal within the space giveD, and in cluding the propeller and shaft, with appendages of all kinds and spare pieces, hae been estimated at 735 tons of 2,240 pounds, of whicn 350 tons is for ooal. The distance between the main stern-post, and the rudder post may be six feet, if that length is n* the keel under the propeller will be 21 feet The J ieagth from the mainmast to the stern-poei will be nhout 112 feet. The area of the greatest immersed transversed section to the deep load line will be 865 j square feet. As auxiliary steam frigates the spars and rigging will be these of a frigate of the first class, Of 1,80U tons measurement. The particular arrangement of the machinery will be left with those whose propositions may be accept-1 as combining the greatest number of advantages; the desire of the department being to obtain the neatest speed and power with the most economical consumption of fuel, which the space available for j that purpose "ill admit. The terms of payment will be as follows: when one-third of the work pn?vi ded for by the contract j shall have been completed to the satisfaction of the iepartment, fhere shall be a payment of one-fifth of I the whole amount of the contract; when two-thirds [ if the work shall, in like manner, be completed, there shall be a further payment of on*fifth . when the ship shall have made a trial trip, satisfactory to the department, of not less than one week at sea, there shall be a further payment of one fifth; and when the ship f hail have been in possessirn cf the lep&rtment, and performed satisfactorily for six months, the remaining sum shall be paid; the re pairs nccessary during this period, from defective workmanship and material, being at the expense of | the contractor. Each proposal must specify the ship for which the offer is made, and must be accompanied by full mil complete specifications and drawings, which, if I lesired, will be returned 'o those whose offers may I not be accepted It must also be stated at what es tallishrnent the work Is to be done. Each proposal must be accompanied by a guaran-1 tee that the contract, when awarded, will be faith fully performed, and the succesrfal bidders will be required to enter into security for that purpose in the sum of three-fourths the amount of the i ontraet. J. C. DOBBIN, jy 1?2awtlAug Secretary of the Navy. TAKE NOTICE?" HOUSEKEEPERS and others are reminded that I the following list of articles are of the very best description, and oan be purchased from the sub scriber on as low terms as any other house in the ;ity. A large assortment and snpply always on hand: Oils of all kinds Queenswar* Paints Brushes Camphine Clocks Varnish Lamps Turpentine Chandeliers Window Glass Girandoles China Yams Earthenware Brittannia Wan Glass Ac., Ac., Ac. Goods sent to any part of the city free ot charge. Country dealers will do well to call. C S. WHITTLHSEY, 7th street, opp. Selden A Withers' Bank, c.ar 17?tf FRESH ARTICLES. IMPERIAL Prunes in small glass kegs; extra qual ity new Kleme Figs in small boxes; bunch Rai sins, very fine; Cox's English Shred Gelatines;? French Imperial Gelatines tu thred and rolls, these Gelatines are perhaps superior to any article of the | kind ever introduced in this city; French and Bng lhih directions furnished; hermetrically sealed Fruit; j pure Extract of Tomato, Sardines, Freeh Olive Oil In flasks and bottles, Sap Sago Cheese. English dairy do., Jellies of all kinds, Saddles, Firth A Ross* beet London Mustard, put up In metal, very superior? French and American do. of all kinds, Baker's Bro ma, Cocoa and Choeolate, Millards do., one cask Du rant, Maglory brand, vintage 1843 Brandy, and one do. Grape Juice Port. These are unsurpassed for me dicinal and other purposes, and warranted pure? Carnena, Sago, Tapioca, sweet Cider, black Tea at 50 cents per pound, warranted to please?pure white Castile Soap, Montgomery county and other Hams, Ac., Ac. Goods delivered. 1. M. P. KING, oomer cf Vermont ave. I and 16th streets, ap 1ft?Wtf St. John's Square. LA HEBJCANDAD ANEW and charming sett of Spanish Waltses, composed by Senor Pedro A. Daunas, and em belished with a correct and ooautifhl view of the Academy of the Visitation, Georgetown, D. C. Pub lished by Hilbus A HiU, Washington, D. 0., and for sale by all the principal music stores throughout the United States. The trade supplied on liberal ] terms. J? ? Nat Intel, Alex Ga*, Georgetown Adv, Bait Sun, ] and Frederick, (Md) Examiner, each 3t every other day. /\KllTLKHKM?a K U K M 1 H H i JN ? yr GOODS, very desirable for hot weather, em bracing most of the articles usually found in a w*ll ordered establishment A lar*e and varied assort ment now on hand at moderate prices, wholesale and retail, at Gentlemen's Furnishing stvre, je 17?lm Pa. avenue, near 4^ street PVBLISHKO this morning and for sale, Gen. Cass's Speech and Bishop Hughes' Reply. JOE SHILLINGTON'8 Bookstore, Odeon Building, corner 4)f street and Penn. June 8?tf avenue. 11HK LADIES are informed that Frank Les . lie's Qaaette of Fashion for June has arrived at TAYLOR A MAURY'S ? Bookstore, near 9th at. A REBLEDY FOR ' EACH DISEASE.' AT the request of raMiy of my pati?nts, 1 hare consented to put up a oli*ss of my moft HB cient prescription* in the fo?m of FAMILY MED1 CISES, each one suited to a particular disease, aiiJ not, like the manufectnn*rs of the coetrrm* and panaceas of the Jay, promulgate to the world that any < ne compound will cure all diseases, and who, (in the word* of the rreat Italian physician. Pnal lanxani) "put mediCtaet ?chUfi they knm? *UI<, Mo bodies %ohick they knotc J. 8. ROSE, M. D., Fhfla. F'W CM-va, Dysentery, Bnvrl Complaints, etc., "Dr. J. S. ROsE* CARMINATIVE BALAAM. This mixture it* one of the most important medi cines, Hd should be kept in ail families as a ,4sp? c :fl;"for Cholera and Bowel Complaints it baa nev er failed. Dysentery vanishes iu a few days when (bis article w UMd as diverted. Prim 36a Dr. J. 0. Hoax's Pain Cores trill cure Stiff Heck. Sore Throat, I'atn* in the faoe, Side, Buck or LknLs from a Cold, Cholic, Cholera Morbus, Ae. It cure* Sprains, Chilblains, Cramps or Pains in the Stom ach or Hovels. Price 12^J, 25, and CO ets. Da. J. 8. Host's Bxtracv or Btrcnr Is one or the beet remedies ever used for diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder, As. Price 69c. Dr. J. 8. Rosi'a Nibvoto ahd IimaoRArnro Cor dial, for Hvart Disease, all Nerveus Affections, Flat aience, Heart Burn, Restlessness, Numbness, Neu ralgia, raising the spirits, and giving power to the whole system, it is timost miraculous in iti> effect 60 cents a bottle. Db. J. 8. Ro&s's Dyspeptic Compockd. a sure cure for Dyspasia, Liver Complaints, and indigestion, when taken in conjunction with his Alterative or Family Pills. Price of both 76c. Db. J. 8. Boss's Golden Pills for Falling of the Womb, Female Weak nee*. lability, and Relaxation. They have a peculiar affinity for the debilitated muscles of the female, and in no instance have they failed in radically curing those distressing com plaints females ure so often subject, irioe 60 cents. Dr. J. 8. Ross's Anti-bilious ok Railroad Pills.? These pills are not warranted to cure in every mal ady or disease incident to man, but they are a graa J remedy for a Bilious state ot the system and com mon Vvere. When used with Dr. Rope's Tonic Mix ture, will cure the most stubborn cases of Bilious Fever or Fever and Ague. Price 1*2^ and 26a Dr. J. 8. Ross's Sarsapahiixa Compound, for all Skin Diseases and for purifying the Blood, it is su perior to all others. Price 60c. and $1. Dr. J. 8. Ross's Elixir or Opium, free from all the bad effects of Opium or Laudanum, such as Head ache, Constipation, or Sick Stomach. Price 26c. All whoee Constitutions are impaired by disease or week by nature, should read Dr. J. 8. Rose's "Medi cal Adviser, (which contains a description of the Dis eases of our climate and the mode of treatment) It can be had without charge of Z. D. Oilman, Charles 8tott A Co., W. H. Gilman, John W. Nairn, Patterson A Nairn, D. B. Clark, H U McPkerpcn, William T. Kvans, Kidwell A Lau - rence, J. B. Moore, Washington; J. L. Kidwell, Georgetown; and by all dealers in Alexandria, Vlr giaia. je 17? LIVER COMPLAINT, JAUNDICE, ' CIIRONIO OR NERVOUS DEBILITY DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED LIVER OR STOMAOH. lash ss Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of Qloou to the Heqd, Acidity of the 8tom?ch, Nausea Heartburn, Digest for Fcod, Fullness er Weight h. the Stomach,Sour iiructatioca, Sinking or Flutter lng at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of th? Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Hearty Uhoklpg or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of "Vision, Dot* or Webe before the eight. Fever and Dull Pain in the head, Deficiency ?f Perspiration, Yellowness oi the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest Limbs, Aa, Sadden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagining of evil, and Great depression of Spirits, oa" 8* irracvuAur cvrid bt DR. HOO FLAN D'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PREPARED BY , DR. 0. M. J ACKSON, *o. ISiU Arch street, Philadelphia ife^iffi^8?7^iA^Tf,aittfwr,\s TaviraJtei Stat as the curea aUost, In many cases after ski" ful physicians had failed. These bitters are worthy the attention of Invalid.*. Pcaiessing great virtues in the rectification of dis eases of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the moet searching powers In weakness and affections t. the digestive organs, they are, withal, safe, oertalr, and pleasant. READ AND BE CONVINCED. I'liiLADXLPHlA, March, 1,1868. Dr. C. M. Jackson: Dear Mr?For the past twr years I have been severely afflicted with Liver Com plaint, Dyspepsia, Bilious Diarrhoea, and Piles, su fering in a great degree constantly, the pains and in conveniences attendant upon such diseases, withou. energy, being scarcely stile to attend te any bus* ness. I lost a great deal ?f my flesh, and used man kinds el medicine, with no apparent change, until i commenced with your ilHoojiamVs Grrman Bitters they have entirely cured me. I have gained ir weight over forty pemruL'. since I commenoed thar use, and I am now entirely free from pain and act of any kind, and feel like a new man. I unhe]ita Ingly recommend your Bitters to all invalids. Yours, respectfully, JOHN R. CORY, No. 12 Lagrange Place. W. XI. Adtmi, pub. of the Argus, Wester. Mo., July 17,1861, said: "I was last summer so ver low and weak so Dot to be able to stand at the cap longer than one hour it a time. I tried one bott. of your German Bitters, which entirely cured me. ) have used two bottlee. I sent two bottles 160 mil' from here to a friend who had been sick for a Ion < time; he has also been cured by them. I belie* them to be superior to any medicine new in use." K. B. Perkins, Marietta, Ohio, Feb 22,1861 said: "Your Bitters are highly prised by these wh have used them. In a case ef Liver Complaint, c long standing, which had resisted the skill of ter eral physicians, was entirely cured by the use oi o Bottles." V* Keiielmelr, Jeweller, Woo*ter, 0, Dec 2d, 1861, said: "I embrace this opportunity of it> forming you of the great benefit I have derived ttoc the use of Dr. Heofiaud's German Bitters. I ha? used them for Chills and Fever, end Disorder? Stomach, and found relief in every case. They art the beet remedy for Disordered Stomach |I fr existence." D. K. Sjrk.es, Esq., MUor of the Courier. Norwich, Conn., said : "Ihave been using your Gei man Bitters for some time, for Dyspepsia, and hav found so much relief from them. that I have mad up my mind to give them ? first rale editorial er. dortemeni." Holdsa, Kemp, * Co., Janesville, Wl*, Sept. 1861, said: "Your German Bitters are deserved ly popular here, and among all the prepared med: elnes on our shelves, none have we sold which hav< given the satibiaetion of Hoofiand's German Bitten June 2d, 1862, they said: "We recommend them b. an invaluable spring and summer medicine.1* W. M. Orr, Wooster, O., October 2d, 1862, saia "You ask me my opinion of the German Bitters. ; have used them for Dyspepsia and Indigestion, at?> take pleasure in stating that I think they are the very best remedy extant for the above complain ts Ihey are decidedl\ in (hi advance of all the propn einry medicines oj the day." %*Mr. Orr is a distinguished lawyer cf Wocstei These Bitters a> s intikxly viobtabls. They Mtn prostrate the syrUm, but invigorate it. For sale in Washington by Z. D. OILMAN: In Georgetown by J. L. KIDWELL. In Alexandria uy J. R. PIERPONT In Richmond by PDRCELL, LADD A CO. In Baltimore by CANBY A HATCH. In do DAVI8 A MILLER. In do BETH UANCB. In do MAOPHERSON A MARSHALL. In Norfolk by M. A. SANTOS A SON. And by respectable dealers in medicine every Where. dec 6?ly TURKEY VICTORIOUS. YOU will find at the same OLD STAND, Pennsyl vania avenue near 12th street opposite the Irving Hotel, LOOKING GLA8SBS with or without Frames; Portrait, Picture and Vliniture Frames of the latest styles; Brackets, Tables, Room Moulding, Co mines, Ac., Ac.; or by leaving your order you can have any thing done in my line. N. B.?Old Frames, Ac., regilt at the shortest no tioe on reasonable terms. Dont forget the place, feb 20?ly JOHN WAGNER ARTR1DGK BOX, BALLOT BOX, and 15AND BOX; but the greatest of those is the bandbox which can be had in assorted sires, with every vari ety of Fancy Goods and Millinery at 8IIEDD8,11th st., above Pa. ave. N. B.?Just received a fine assortment of Toilet and 8havlng Soap, Extracts, and Colognes. je tf?tf ACARD. FASHIONABLE DRESS MAK1XQ LADIES wishiDg their figure improved will do well to call on MK8. M. A. EATON, one door west 13th st., on Pa avenue. Ten Young Ladies wanted at the above business. Good wages given. Samuel T. Taylor's dress cutting system taught at my residence at 6% In the morning and 7 o'clock In the evening. ~ Mrs. Eaton returns thanks to the ladies of Wash ington for the liberal patronage hitherto bestowed upon her, and hopee to merit the renewal of their , favors at her new residence. 28?W3? i DALLY EVENING STAR. QUEER OF 8PAIW A WD HEE COTTETS The commencement of her unpopular ity was unquestionably her licentious life. Although the world lias obtained some inkling of her improprieties through newspapers and other channels, it ha*; yet no idea to what an extent thoy have been carried; but in Spain it is well known to everybody. 1 do not echo mere gossip, or untrustworthy reports, when 1 tell you that the excesses that have been shared in by the present Queen of Spain find no parallel except in the an nals of the Orleans Regency, and of the reign of the Fifteenth Louis. To gratify her vicious propensities, the daughter of Ferdinand VII. (well worthy of her sire) has not scrupled to associate herse'f with men and women of low birth and station, whose companionship alone is disgraceful to one in ber exalted position. In a small capital like Madrid, containing an idle and scandal-loving population, everything becomes known. It would not appear, indeed, as if \ery great pre cautions wc*e taken to conceal conduct which the Queen ought to have known would sink her fathoms deep in her sub jects' estimation. For it is to l>e observed, and history shows it, that Spania-ds, however great the misgovcrnmeut they may have been submitted to, have never patiently tolerated profligacy on the part of the females of the royal family. Nor do they now. Sullen silence on the part of the people, when her Majesty drives abroad, and a resolute holding aloof on the part of the more respecU ble portion of the aristocracy, sufficiently mark the nation's disesteem. When first this un fortunate Princess abandoned the limits of propriety, the disorder of her conduct was flagrant. Within the last two years, or thereabouts, she has attache" 1 herself to one favorite, who has assumed great ascendency over her, and whose ambitious aspirations, real or rumored, have more than excited public indignation. Considering her mother's shameful ne glect of her education, and the disastrous marriage into which she was ensnared by | the vilest intrigues, the Spanish nation might perhaps have been disposed to close its eyes, to a certain extent, to this liaisoa, had it been conducted with decorum, and had the object of her Majesty's preference been kept strictly aloof from politics. Neither of these two conditions have been observed, and, in the latter respect espe cially, great ottfcnce ha? been given. I have already remarked that here every thing gets known. Many things are doubtless exaggerated?many false re ports spread: but these pass away and are forgotten, while the truth remains. It is true, and undeniably true, t*?at a young cavalry officer of the name of Ar ona is all powerful at court, where he ha* introduced a number of hi^own friends, and established a sort of Luftrtc and cu./i arilla, that surrounds and influences the ^ueen. It is tiuethat applications for wtiicti to obtain tiieir wishes tllan that of this young man : thataspirauts to power ?1 mean to the highest offices of state, lo the ministry, and the presidency of he council?do not scruple (such is the :oiruption of this country and the vile tess of its public men) to seek his society, o flatter him, and to make him their in imate companion, and continually to ;how themselves with him in public places : and that some of the ministers iow in power do not think it beneath .heir personal dignity, or that of their >fficc, to retain place by deferring to this person, and to avail themselves of his m luence and intercession to carry, in high quarters, points which they otherwise night have to abandon. The ascendancy acquired by this favorite over his sove reign is highly perilous, and may ulti nately prove fatal to the Bourbon dynasty n Spain.?Blackwood1 s Magazine. Forgivenbss.?Under this head I may ?ite an anecdote of Johu Wesley, which, r. hile it illustrates the character of this ^ood man, teaches a sound practical les son on the subject now in hand. In the course of a voyage to America, Mr. Wes ley heard Gen. Oglethorpe, with whom lie sailed, making a great noise in the cabin, upon which he stepped in to know the cause. The General immediately ad dressed him, saying : 44 Mr. Wesley, you must excuse me. 1 have met with a provocation too great for man to Dear. You know the only wine I drink is Cyprus, as it agrees with me best of any; I therefore provided myself with several dozens of it, and this villain |his servant, who was present, almost iead with fear,) has drunk up the whole )f it. But I will be ic.e^ged on him. I have ordered bun to be tied hand and loot, and to be carried to the man-of-war which sails with us. The rascal should lave taken care how he used me so, for [ never forgive." ?? Then, sir," said Mr. Wesley, looking :almly at him, " I hope you never sin." The General, confounded at the reproof, brew the keys to the seivant, and bade fiim to do better in future. Here, then, is the point. 11 we would never forgive, we must never sin. The ?ery proneness to sin which we find in rurselves, should be a powerful incentive lo the cultivation of the spirit of forgive ness. Rhvoi.ttionary Anecixvtk.?A corres pondent of the (N. H.) Patriot, furnishes the following: ?'When the British were at Boston, in 1707, my father was in a barber's shop waiting to be shaved. A British officer aiue in and wanted to be shaved, provi ded the barber could do it without draw - ing blood, and saying if he did nothe would run his sword through him. The barb?r was frightened, and dare not un dertake the task. A little-boy sitting there spoke up and said he would do it. Be looked at the boy with aston^hiuent. but the boy stripped oil' his coat aud u>Id him to take a teat. lie took off the ot ticer's beard without drawing Wood, and was paid a guinea for his trouble. The officer then asked him how he ventured to do it as he had been to every barber s shop in town, and no one beforedaredto do it. The boy replied "I thought 1 jhould see the blood as soon as you wouM. ind if I had, I would have cut jo the back-bone in a moment. British officer bung down his ^ean wui eft, amid shouts of applause for the boy. l-J \ - Tblt runytmi 'M * r??? of ^ '<*?Bd ?? Uf otWi ? e?PT,>? **..?. *<i!!? V'T///.*"*****A1# ^ jiHn,4IIaiT ?" ***A|rra' ???*? I. wntppv* ?u to -B?v ? tM (*uw<?. m im . ,i# f.pw, Pnr^TBMiri PMT1U?7K^? mtm an ?? i W Uuwkv fMi SINGULAR TRIAL BY OOURf MA?T> A' A singular trial by court-martial m , just taken place at Alpe*. ^ will rank aiuon^ the cauaet ?iobrt* ?* CDuseqauoo* of the peculiar nature oft*. delouce adopted by t hM mnj f. court-martial was* assembled to >v ? Cadi named K1 kharoubi. for LhetnjrvH of a young Arab, na*W tk. Mu^rnr m. l>en Djcllali. The aocuaad, tine* 1*-U,, has been chief of the ti.be of Chelate, of the district uf Tows. In t-h^ vSl( t? he has rendered valuable #er?. e toe French : though hi*; tribe is one vf 1L4 niost tr-bulent in the country , a;.d though it assassi.iatcd its pred< . and has more than once atterr < 1 ? ? murder Ivm. he has sur*rrded tn r* ? 4 -in^ it to tole; jibJe order. nnetime ^ Mohai'it.i^d, who belong* to the entei -d his service; and atler 1 wl vr t? was rumored that he established a n^u nal connexion witfi the Cadi 's ??ite. L.V Cadi discha'^ed him, but it it- trot I. joj.i v\ lether it wa.^ because he had In ?J ..J theimiroprr connexions *ith hi. *.<;? or l*rao*e ho had other rra$on> to ?? dissatisfied with hitn. TTnder a ^ .rietv of pretexts M< ?hammed returned to ? V C* di's hou?e. On fhe la*t occasion I; tmi there dr-ing the Cadi's absence. Or. hearing of it he mounted la* Iw .sr ? .?! galloped after the destn _ or ol U?s p *?* Woen he overtook Si* Mohammed, h* ci'ed. *sSon of a dealer in houmous did I .not forbid yoN to approach uiy hou* V Si Mohammed preseutexl his pistol, Inc. ?Auick a^ lightning, the <"adi took aim with his gun and shot him d<.ad. Immediately after this, the <V1i wh. thought he had only committed an *e of legitimate vengeance. gal lopped off 10 *he chief of the Arab bureau. and told 4 hat he had done. T!ie a< ^tt?<"d after th? evi dence was frive.i, was calWi on for bis defence, and said, with great simpliotly. "This man wa* in scnrce; he deceived me, and I dischargtd huu. lie tb?*n en deavored by all tneaus he could, to b.min me into contempt, he outraged my honour, and dared to say to uie?? You ana only a woman, and I do not fear y< u ! ' That is why I killed him?I, wh in<\ the peace have never killed any one- I, who have only killed your cuemk and by your orders?for I have no other fr c .id*, no other enemirs than yours: an'. I atu ready as they kiiow well, to strike when you command! Nevertheless, tj the family of the man I have justly ^lain I offer the price of blood ! Let the Ividr of my enemy be weighed in scale-^ an 1 1 will give an equal \ui0uni in nuney ! Hut if 1 liave ottendeu you. I off r /vu a different reparation. Followed by ten ho ?semen, equipped aud armed ?*t my cost, I wll go to war with your cneui: s, and promise to bring you a huuei -d heads! If one lie wanting, you ?inll tike mine!" The tribunal, taking .n.o consideration that the Cadi had re? ?\v d gross pr< yocat'on, and that the cu -.tcr^.; of his country rendered his vengt r?"e to a certain extent justifiable, or. at V^ct VU'a.]H1 ^W-. .%P<J_ 9rl rvf TOO BUSY?HO TjME TO BRAD This is a world of infleaible eomnurce. nothing is ever given away, bu* evr?y thing is bought and paid for. If, b^ ? v closive and absolute surrender ot ".??fr stlves to material pursuits, we mater al ize the mind, we lose tliat class of fafis* factions of which tin roiud is the r pau and the source A yoting man in l-uu nc.ss, for instance, beg.n<> to feci th?.?x hilt rating glow of success, and del b.r aiely (leteimine.s to abandon h'last.:" to its delicious whirl. lie s jj to htu - It', I wilt think of nothing but buMiiet ?ll I have made so mucli money, aud thvu 1 will begin a new life. I w ill gather round me books, and pictures and friend." I will have knowhdge, taste and ^ul; ra tion. the perfumes of scholar-hip, ^nl winning spcr ;li, aud grace."ul uiamut. ? i will see foreign countri- > a?:d cf'ii\<rsa ith accomplished men. I w 11 d; ink deep of the fountain of classic l<?rc. I'-ul osophy shall guide me, history shaV r stiuct, and pootTy shall chain, n *. ? Scieiice shall open to m* her \v<>ri i of wonders. I diall then remember my p,e si nt life of arudgery as onf recalls a ; ii-a sant dream when the morning has dawn ed. lie keeps bis self-iugiatcred v< vc. ? lie bends bis thoughts Uuwimard, uid nails them to the dui?t. Eveiy pua ;r, every atliectiOL, evtfjr ta^te, cX'xpl t:t ?se which his patticular occupation cullj <nto play, is left to starve. Over the ^at? t?? his'niind he writes, in letters wh?eb h< who runs may read, "Noadmittance i.v CL'pt on business." Tn time he rncW g al of his hopes, but now insulted r.a tiu-c begins to claim her revenge. TTat which was once unnatural is now n. t?-*l to him. The enforced <"or-straint h^s be come a rigid deformity. The .pnttg of his mind is orokeu. lie can no loug?T lift his thoughts fit in the ground. Book* and knowledge, atiu wise discour&e. aud the auieuitie> ot ait. and the cordial of friendship, are like words in a strange tongue. To the hard, smooth surface of his soul nothing gvmal, graceful, or winning will cling. lie can not even purge his voice of its fiwning tone, or pluck from his face the mean money-getting mask which the child doe?: not look at without ceasing to ?mile Amid the graces and ornaments of w oaith he is like a blind man in a picture gal lery. That which he has done he tnusi continue to do; he must accumulate richt s which he cannot enjoy, and con template the dreary prospect of gr wing old without anything to make age vener able or attractive, for age without wis dom and without knowledge is the win ter's cold without the winter s fire. Iuorgc S. Hillard. A Cattijs Fpkcllatoh Bit.- In an^r ticle on the speculation in cattlc, the New ^ ork Tribune says : ? We know erf one operator, wbc hap pened to U hens at the highest inflation of T>iioes, and telegraphed home to t-s ageuU to buy all the cattle thev ouid, lor ^ market that would not fall w* ow lie. (the current price of good beel o* w, i?i down to ^ a $10 per liundrrd.) <Ln? stjson. He has sent forward *ver"? d.eves that have bean aajUi* at falling prices, and w?uld have had -a'O ip iaark?t a day or two sinoe, but they denned in Albany without V-mgable to get here to lose- for thefr owner about ?4 .***?. to Boston at l#?s ?o?. The ?rne man ba se much bv * head as A* P?*d m them " * ? v; ItC J < J Jl" ' ? a r H :JU)J Uiii tx.JtML , WV- li.