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IS PUBLISHED ETERY AFTERNOON, (UCIPT Sl'NDAf,) AttktStmr Ofe*, on If tt., m*mtf oppontrj Iks Kwhmoad Hon**, Bf VALLACH * HOPS TiwWeftWi totliecitowftf WaMapi, town, AJciandna. Bslmoore and Philadelphia, at (J li per annum, payable?SLX CENTS?weekly to Areata. To mail subec fibers the ewtoenptk* pice Is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CBMTS a year in adtw**, TWO DOLLARS for SIX MONTH*, aad OSK DOLLAR for THREE MO.VTHf. Q^usti curiam on* cut lUTIIIil IKI17ISIHITS. CWPER k WISE, 31 Baa or ? r ??r* ? t. Raltl m?ret Md , DEALERS IS LUMBER, AND ALL R.I *DS ('? TMPORlKD WOODS, HAVI.NO commenced the above branch of buai Bees tbey h .*e. ?o?l will constantly keep an Minlliaii or ice following reasoned WOODS and 111WH, anitable for Cabinet. Piano Forte, ani Coach makers and beg to solicit a na^ra of public Kaiew-od Plank aid Vateer*. M?ho*ayard Veneers Wa'nut dr. Walnut ard M-J oganv Cof la Stuff, ratin Wood. Ash, llickorj, Chert;, Chair, plank Bass Wood, Ac Particularly for Piano Fort' MaJcrrt. Ivory. Wlf, ?? n >mbe*s Tumn< Pioa Key and RiWi* ????, Bn-*?Mna, Cloth* and Felts SJTTRLKt'S POT.18H -or reerorin^ the polih of Place forte* Vtoi la t>? w of J V J Wi? A Brother's II an^fbrt* Mann a-tery. Uau 'ver Mi*'f. erp 6 -Itn PDIAJI 90C70B. K. Q 8PKNCE& Offers hi* P-retort final serrlees to the dtisen* of Bal ttmore I can cure all kind* of Cancels?take than out without pain, or the nae of any knife. I can crura all kin da of Fit* and ?paam*, Rheumatic Pains, (Jbnsumptlon, Drrper, Dy?p-p?ia, Piles. Palsy, or any other ailment the hnman family are subject to. Ha oan atop Bl?*din? from the Lang* or Now, any Urtanir from the patient, by knowimr the patient* name. I' wan born blind, and haa studied -everal ?vara nn^er an Indian Doctor who waa among the tIM Indian* thirteen years. DR. 8PRNCMR haa remored from Mr. Buckley'? **Z! 84, HANOVER STRICT, aa| 11?tf . Baltimore, Md. liURPHY S"SE W DEPOT HOUSE. / \ Tlds well kept bouse and h 14. *UtlANT. opposite Camden 8 to tion. northeast corner of Cam! and Libtrtv s'.rwu, Baltimore, Mr), is a cosv*oient Uotel. ?b?n? ttareiaa to and from Washington, Ac., will had agreeable ac-oiiKa*da aug 8 ? 3in GREAT BARGAINS. (HXriBL >, BaO.Ht.tt * C j., J -?> Bauiaoas ^taarr, B.vLT'.Moaa. Md. Ar* dwirous c"' c osiag out a great po. t on o their prs^ont ev>ck of ekgaiit FANCY UO<>Uri, Jewelry, Wai?; ?>?*?. Clock*, mi, Of era Ola***, Dressing Caaaa Wri ing Desks, <0* Piteiieis, Vases, Bronaee ae., prw p*r*k>. y to rac-iving their ?aU auppiy. Purchasers will &ud great tum-u. aug 4?tf PEEL'S LONDON GREEN GINGER WINE. MlNTFACTtTRKU FROM CRENOH GP.A"113, J13TAICA QCTJEK, 3ETILLS ORANOE* Ac TTili" delicious bevernge bcmrn the givateer fc?ont- whereT-r it is iutroduaml. It u equally paiaUblf, snor- wholt^ocnc, and uot hsllLhe price of other I :eign wines. Many physkinns nfte it ex "la*1rrly, aaJ recommend it to all troubled with FU;afn -y, ^r.pepein, Dt-Mlity, Crainpf, Diarrhoea and D???n*ery. P^raooa an ty?c to Chills, or hTins in duiri< ta wb-r* \*u? prevail*, find its ooeaMonal oae a tfeaaan' and aJjiirab e prvventiea. Mixed with a fit ie oobl water, it lorma the nK4t refreahing and wholesome cooling drink in warm weather that ?an t>e token. Price ;.0 eta p^r bottle, $5 per dosen. J. BAL iK-Msurn-ir of Baltimore and Hlghatreets, ani PSOWM K-tOl'il Liberty at. Baltiaioie STUT ? * CO-, WaM.ington. FBBLA<rBVRV4 xi^-aadria. Jtc-i LiANUIS, Kr'd-rlc*. U. Bl: t'ort^ai ?uth. Va BOBKRrjitN* A 00-, Pete> *burg, Va WM 013a?L, <>eorgetown. jy 10?tf New suud, i'gRiui>;c\L AND NE VSTAPER ESTABLISH *?NT. W.n. TAYLOR * CO.. Corner of Bcuixmort and Ciart'i street, BALTIMOUS, M? 1F3F. TA TLOR <A CO. be< lwive to call the atten tion of tlie r*aJia^ p<K-,al? and ail denlinz m B<x>ka, to their ae* BOOK. PERIODICAL, and NEWS PAPER ESTABLISHMENT, whore -au be found a large au ; general aaeortmxnt of ail the late popn larp uoiicatlooi of the day. n>ey a<ao keep on hand a ?9lendM aaaortment ol plain and fauoy STaTIONKUY of every description. AU ord-rn thau^ftiliy r?cei*?t and filled with de mmteti, aai *eul o. return of the mail, expreaa, ar ?age, or in any other way the [mkod ordering may ftact Bookaell ra, News Amenta, Peilara, and all othera aopplied Tith any Books, Ma^axiuea, etc-, at the lowaet rates Aay Book paMiah^l in thU country can he hod W aamding y, ur order to as. W*. TAYLOR A 00, 0or. Baithnor* and Charlea eU , Baltimore, M<L may O?tf UCEAio a. aaiTa as^esb o. smith. GO. SMITH A CO| Mauuractnrera and a Lealen in Ai OOUuL, (JAMFHkNB. KTHE RIAL OIL. Ae. No. 34 a CALYBKT dTHMBT, oy peatto Water street, UAtriMuRK. Md mar 11?ly O. Ki CBABBKRLAII'I Gammer ?tal callaaa. 1H. 137, B^iUimort street, Baltimore, Mi. TH1 oaten?-?aJi: r>H?ct of thia Institution to toplaoe in the reach ei .ndifiduala proper i'adlltits fori Obtaining a tcc_r u^L and practical mercantile eda flatten. A yonng nian can here obtain a more oor reet knowledge of gm?rai businem matters in a few weeks than can be a quired 1a aa many years in any aae oooatiaf h^uae The eourse ?">: ktu<ly embraces do^bI??ctry book-, keeping, and it? B-'sp'-atlon to varlonj aepartmeato of eamaieree and trnde. Mercantile caiculatioua tangf t aeoordlng to the most approved methods.? tactical Peom?usr.!p, contiintag rapidity r>T execu Hoa with oeauty of oonstrnctian. Lectures upon mereantile law, upon various :nr;-ortant merranttle sulueeta. beside manv other po?ats n^vesary for a book-keeper or bumieee man to understand. Time neeaaaary for a afcuderr u> template the course varies from five to eight w??k.?. There heiag no vacation, a^pUcanto oan eater at any time and attend both *ay and evening Sxamiuatlr.na are held at stated parted*, and diplomas awarde-j to those who grade ate. For terms. Ac., write and have a eireular for warded by mad ft-b A?ly mg JKSSK SAKDElf, I SCALE MASEH, flam Soctheaet corner of ^^?CUARLRi? A BALURRoTi^N -ATRIVK, feb'i?ly Baltimore, Md. W" CASH FOB 5EOBOts.fi. wish to purch**e LQtti-dilate ;? a large una. Vr of hItaly YOC.NU NEOKOiQS, for the New Orlears market, for which we will pay tha high??t aaah price* All penoos Uaving -laTer for sale, will find It tr their advai.ta^e by calling on us, at out c.&ce, So. J.? Camden *tre*?t, Baltimore, Md., farm?r iy occupied by J. S- Donovan Libf-ral e>jouuisaiona paid tor information- All entuKn.ntoationa prompt. lj itlfVtfMt ?0 >aa 27?ly J. M. WILSON A Q. U. DU&JI PJLAJIOS AJSD MUSIC. Tin* anderaigned J ?aires to ? -jh . thsattenuun of pur:ha-jg8fc. * to his stock of PIANOS.^S^ 1* 3 * W "ronaatiair of 6, ?UL *yA, aad ?ifW 7-ortavpa, with or withoat meiailc frames. 1'brse ptaiw ? are reiaarkaMe for grnat power of toae, from the to the h.<he<t ootee, with an elaati? and *?*1J tonch, beiog suit*] to any performers. MD **10 t--* paao*, MKi all other Munnnl Instruments eoostantty no hio-l and received as sooa as pablisi*' ad. rrale .-<ippU?<l nn liberal terms. J A3 K BOSWBLL No. m. R*i llr??r? ?tr<wt. ha I time re. Md. ?? la-iv * a Aaiaa si u*uua Mu. amrr* flrii Preaaiaia Uraad aad geaart eiaaoa ^ I KMAHS, >iaKllLK < UO., naontectu^ H I f j fere, 4, o, *. acd U, Autaw street, Baidi'iorr. K. % vj would resp?cttallv <ali public atteatjoa to the .rreat v?.?t/ -r'tne-j IRoN PRAMS PiANOi,-- matantiy wlikn tor darahility, d*taaa. Y of touch. brHIiaacy of tone, they U?lie?e at* aotaarpeMed by auV uc# tnanuiaoturod in ad-il tion to the 2r?'. ('truiiuui awardod thou by the Ha rrlaad Icutituui ia l>4e and L?jV, the) baver^yived tna highest en>x>miutu9 of the ui'wt -Lui.cnt artist*, who aaeu the** iu?it M^i?Lit> for t>.eir Ouueerto. Al So, of oar first -iasa Pr<tasac>rs an 1 Amateurs to the aUy, wao ha?s tutun r?-orT,o.awd??i them MIRci> 14?1> Q1LVKKW ARK. ^ CAS FIELD, HROTHER <* C0n ??? Baltimore stree'. bmitia han<l and ar* ooi ? ataatly uakin* tie# styles of dilrtn1 Coffee and T-? Sew; Stiver litcn?rs; Waiters; Castors; (tablets Cup- , Spcoue . F r*?; I -e Tongs, Crumb sorapers PW, lae -roaai, aud fish K :??<?, Salt Cellars; Bat Cur &u rea, Ac^ *f warrauteU .\*riiny SUorr ?i tt Baltimore, Md 'I'H^ I. A 1/1 XS are >nt-'ruled that Krank Le X Ik's >aiett? of Fa?hi<>n for Juue has arrived at TAtlOK A MAURY'S ; to Poakst f, aeat 9tt>|?t VOL. IV. WASHI^U'n>r4. r?. < ?< PRIWAT. SEPTEMBER 22. 1854 is .rcrr | : . T ' CAPTAIN CANOT, 1 Author of the ore*? b-^k jcpt br im 1 PCBLUHW), 8FEAK4 of nv^VTO**? TlSfrrUrt*. " ' ] G&SAT CURE OF RUKUMA^I'M rOMRAOTKD UNDRH TK0P1C\L CLIMATES. Haiti* oa*. Md , June 4.1SS4. Mr- Hoekbridge, of On f\mntain Hotel Light at rut, Baltimore? IV*r 8Jr; Being on the point of leaving the dty, I avail myself of a f*w la I- moments to thaak you kicdlt f"r the medicine ton s>nt ma, and ?hkh bw restored ?? to tb? um of mT limha. I beg 70a to send me four bottles mora, to carry on my voyag-?. Si' c? I bad tb? fbrtane to use Dr. Hampton'* Ve^e Uble Ttn?'ar*r mj oo?fld?noe ia so strong thxt, in gratimd* o the pi ays liters of aaid me-li-ine,1 be< you to present my *sspe?-t? to tbem. and inluce them to make K more pu>!i ly known aa a rare Rh^ur a ic cure Baring called on me on the 13th of April last, and ?ean me prostrate-l om my bed altera in all my li -be, yau oar. appreciate aea ly an well a* myself the prompt relief I reosived fron. Dr. Hampton's Tincture, and I nm po-itive had i. 1 not t*M?n tor your strong and ftrrfbie raoommeade ttons I choul i <-tin ba?? beea ?h bed It i? really a pity this fpse^e sboa'd not be ap proved by medl-al men, and like *1: patent drnro it should puffer the imputation th? pnMie geneva ly pira tosnen pr para'i >^? I mvelf, who wssal way* opposed to a patented speclfl", took this me li mine with reluctance, and without ? onfklenee in it, *nd It wm only tbrough your disinter?j**d,''fr;o? dly re-commendations, and my crltl ??1 "I'Hation tHat in iuced ma to try this really beneficial Vegetatl Rnetare. Ton may inform Messrs. M?>*tlm*r A Mowbray that they ?re at Hb-rty to make u* of aiy name in fhe support of the good effects of l?r. Hampton'* VrfpMable Tincture, a< it h?" cure I me in five week* 3f a chron'c fnHammotrrry Rhnrm-itism. contrw'e i under tropical climates. Wud 0' seven year*1 periodic jI iuration. I hare ?n'y use* thr?? b? rte-<. and florf that even the deformed parti of my hnwls are f*tt eturning o the'r lormrr natura ai>p?trw? I fair* been under t?ia treatment ? f ?pverwl pby rclaae In London and Paris, without any apparent benefit; al>o, while in New Y? r*, h-tvinj tried he lhompaonian and tlcmaepathio r?medis ?'ier hat in/ been tormented witn galvau'c ba ter ra. ?"k> in 1 aromatic batba, and baa<b-edti of iuternal and external -medicine*, all to no eflfe.it, I m, ao tar -ared by thto Hampton's Vw abi?- Tincture only rherefore. my ear sir, accept of the naiqnso* id ny gratitude, and believe me jour w-11 wisner. - Tbomas Oak of RIY. YB&NON B^KRIDQg, D. 8. V. POETSIiOCTH, Va, Aug. >8, ^8Sl. Mr. i. ? D"ifv ? "?fiil - 1 ?m ia gua* r%l, opposed to patent medicines, cundor comp^lx me ? state that I hare rTe-?t (ualdkaee ja <M victutr >f Hampton's Vegefatl- Tuwtu'-. For neffcrii nontb? past I have used It In my f tally ; nod tn lygpep^la, low of apatite, di*iina?e, and gemral d? Sility, with eatire success. So 'xr nr my experVn -e ?xteuds, therefce, I take pleasure in reeomiaead jig it to the afflicted M a safe and efficient remedy. I am, reepecifhlly, yout?, VBU*01 RSSKI^tiS, . t r Cfcaplaia. UnUed States ^uj. aTi1?.. CJ.ro-7 HOME TESTIMONY. JUR* OF LIViSH CUMPL.VINT OK TEN TK\K.-" WA?mj?eTO?r. May !7.18h3 Metsra Mortimer A Mowbray: Gentlemen?Hat ng been afflirte<l with L?yer (\xnplaint of ten veart tandicg, I hereby; for the b neiit of tli- afflicted, ake great pleasure in announcing that aft-r using l few battles of your Tineture, I ft utid it bad ae >jmpiUhed a perfect cu'e 1 bave u?ed dftsrent ned'eiur^ from Mme to time, bit hav> nevst been ible ti account for any apparent good, and <t Is a >le?8ing to stricken humanity ' hn that medi< ia* ia oand which p< R-#n8e? the wonder ua p-.we* of pro on^ing uman life The many cures it h^swr u^ht s a -uffl,- ent guarantee of the beneficial reralb rhich may b? experienced from it* u~e. Yours, espestfully, J. Co&TaUI Hat Call a d get pamphlets gratis, and s<re ruw o'. Jowjh. Bronchitis ttheumat tm, Neuraljia. Dyxpep ia, Nervousness and G&nral H'caXnca- Asafemat nedicine or tor delicate cbialxeu we believe it uc n^uale i. ?-S^.ld by MORTIM BR t MOWBR AY, 140 Ba!ti nore street, Baltimore., aad U>4 -'roaUway, Ne? k'-rk; CUAS. STOTi iCO.Wi'iKR, J B. MOOU' 3. R.CLARKE. Cf.AKKK & BOWLING, W. fcLLI >rT, and H McfHEKSON, Wa>?hingt*a; a so, by R I. F. Cl^SBL, Georgetown) a<td 0 0. IJbKt.t, Kiexandria, and by Drug^iets everywhere, aug Si-?tr WAitttEN'8 IMPR^VKH FTRB AND W iTKR-PROCF COMPOSITION ROOFING. WB take p'M<sure in calling the ^t'eution of parti** contemplating outidmg to this high y popular roofing mit-rUl, which ha? been in ex >nsive use t&r->ui(hout the c-itW ot the Wester^ it*W aatf Hrit r>h Pr?vi' oas 'or upwaids cf 10 yean, luring w&ab time it has b-?n vested b/ every varl sty ot" eircumiitaDe^t, and is universally coucede-i t pcBaesa, io a graater drgree than anv oth-r roofing material in Uo#, the v?iu?iiie qualities of cheapness lurabiiity and security again.H Uie action of the *1 sDiDta We are ready to contract for roofing in the citj ind country Office hours from 11 to 12 a m , and 4 to 5 p.m. C. M. WAKRKN A CO, 10th ?t. 2d door above McGuire's Auction Koom auit Id -3m' A OAKD. IN oonnexion w tb the Auction and Commission Kusiuesn, I offor my services to the public a jivutL AaaNr. Particu ar attention giren to the buying and sel ng Rei.1 Estate, .Stocks, Ac. An intimate aoiiuaintiuie* with thestite of the nartet lor tae iaat three years enables me t> offer a those desirous of employing an agent the bee > pj. or tun; tie* for inve?tuent. GKOKtiK F DYBR, 11th Kraft, lirnt door fraui Pa. avenue, ant; 29?dim TAKE NOTICE. HOMBKBSPICKb and others are reminded that the following list of articlea are of. the v*r\ len desonption, and can be purchased from the sab! icriber on as lor terms as auy other houAe in the dty. A Larx* aaaortuieot and supply always oe. land: Oils of all kinds Queensware Paints Brushes Camphiae Clocks Varnish Lamps Turpentine Chaadeliers Window Glass Girandoles China Vane* Rarthenwar* Brittanala Ware Olasa Ac-, Ac., Ac. Goods seat to any part of the city free 9! chargr. < Country dealers Will do well to call , C S WHITTLRSir, 7th street, opp. ftelden A Withers' Hank. | ner IT?K K KM1TT A.NCES TO L&XLAHD. Iyr K8?iNb deairing to send money to Ireltud, 1 obtain caerks for ?l or more, ad the Br>.faf 1 iiatiding Coupany, payable in all the pr<ncip*< ?own*. Apply to OUURH BROTUKKf, " VY'J w ? l| Bank>rn. opooette the T^eaimrv HniMlng. | 1 f9 TO MAKE YOUR HAIR CURL. WUA'OMU OF THE WOULD rUE Great W- nder of the Mr'o'li has at length boen discovered. You cannot make one hair white or bNek, bat M- BYRON H. KCBH has at l-ngth procured the truth of the great secret, after BUJh s'udy, toll, ani expense, how to make the hair e'jrl and wave in the most grac ful manner ft>r lite. The proprietor has travelled througti varic us parts of Europe, for upwards of nine y#a rfin search of the celebrated chemist and pbyeiologi-t, M. .'aquee, and has at length fouud him in Italy, and pur-h?sed of him 'he reo-ipt for the earn of $S,000. Ail person* haviog the most un-outh and coaise luoaiag hair can bave i? transf >rm-l iatu the most beaatlftil and enrlin^ appearance that eould he de rtnd rhe composition of which 'he article ia < om poe**i will not cost more tlian 50 cents, *nl bat one application is needed to the hair .0 cause it to wav* in Lt>e moat uniform aad perfect manner for life, and thus impiov* the looks and appearance on* huLdred per eent We now offer thi^tronderlul di-covery to the world for the earn of $1 00. D rect all letters to BYRON H ROUS, Carmine ton. Trumball 00., < >hln, and the reeeipt will ba im mediately forwarded to the pert-on. All letters must be p ?st paKI t? -teenre attention sep 1 - 3m ?AS riXIQ^ik*. riiHl sabacribers take pleasure in aanounotng ts X the public that their stook af GAB FlJtTURJta aosuprfcaug sons of the best aad latest patterns, hat been reoeirad, aad that they are now prepared to sel at the lowest rales. Persons ia want -I baa Firtaits will piraee call aad examine -(hey will no donU find it to their iaUnst. Dwellings aad pablio baUdio*. CUed with gsatu blag at the usual -alee J. W. TH'>MP*ON * WROTHKR. Vs l??** p?. it, beU-10th and 11th. s. side. WASllINGTON IRON WORKS, Maine aeeaae, between 4U and 6th its \T ANUFACrtJKER of bream Engiues, Boilers Water Tanks, Bhafting, Pulleys, llanrers and Mill VV?rt generally. WU1 furnish tiaw Mills, ail kinds of Castles, Wrought and Cast Iron Pi?es, and everythlag in the Izoa line generally. Two small KXblN*S on hand and for sala. For information addre** G. tt. NOYlta, Washington Iron Works. Washimiton. D 0. jy \k ? tf Important to parkntm a?d tkachrra ? 1 have jast received and now opening a large a* e.runent ot all the different kinds cf School books u*ed in th? District, which 1 am off-ring at very b^w prions. A liberal discount ma^a to teachers and deal-rs. E K. LL' Di, sep 8?kJ Bridge St., Georgxtovn. ?? A REMEDY WB "EACH DISEASE' . 4 T the r*qnn*' of asny of my p+ttents, I have / \ e*ase*!??J to pot up ? class of my mo*t e* ^Vnt arMsrtptions ta the fo>m of FAMILY MSDi CLYJ?6,ouch one suiuJ to a particular disease, and Kvt, ok* th* taaanfcauirer* of the ?0fctr,ims and ;>?nao*n& o* the day, promulgate to the world that any >b? oosupound will care alt lis?M-<ev, and ?ho. !-? the words of tiw (frefct Italian physldsa hi. rani) -pat medianr* whi -M th*y l-ww Wife, into f?*iiet wkieh they kntm let*." *. 8. ROSt, M. D., Phila. Tbr Cfcofero, Dyomttry, Commlainis. <fc.. ?t J. 8. KOSB'8 CAKM1NAT1YB BAI>AM. fhi* mix rare is one o> ;he most Important medi cine*, and should b?s kept in all ?if a "sp? c S.-" for '-'holera and li 'wol ttumplaints it has nev *r fail*!- Dysentery vanishes Id a few days when 'his article is used as lire ted nriee 25c. Dr. J. 8. Rom's Fa'* Ccree will cure Stiff NerS, 4or? Thnat, Painr in th* rV* Side, Back or Limbs t'etn a CWd, ?fkoiie, Cliol^r* Morbes Ac It cures pratas, Chilblains. Cramps or Pains to the 8tom Mih or Howeis Plica 12>?. 26, and 60 ets Da. J. 8. Roe*a Mxtkaot or Koohi is one of the ?'?-at rem.oiiafc ever utted lor diseases of the Kidneys, ladder, M< Prise 60e. ? uiL:J.d. HvaM'b Nsavout *no UmeuaiTme Ooa* 14L, h*. Heart Dis^aa?, all N'erveus Affections, Flat > -ace, Heart Busu, Kastleasnaso, Numbness, Nsu -ai. ia, rajping the sririts. and giving power to the ?hole gjfiem. it Is almost miraculous in its effect, **ot? a bottle Da. J. 8. Rottrt Dtsmmic OoMPOUire, a snre core or Dyspepsia, Lfver Complaints, and indigestion, ?vhen taken in conjunction with his Alterative or *iia|ly Pills. Price of both Tte. Da. J. 8. Rosa's Golden Pais for Fallfng of the 7omh,F*atal* Weakness nubility, and RellintJon. fliey hare a peculiar afitaity for the debilitated raascles of the female, and in no int-tance have they vied in radically caring those distressing com ?Uintfl females are so oftnn subject rio? SO cents Dr. J. 8 Rome's Auu~ juoua'ea Railroad Piua.? Pliese pills are not warranted to sure in every mal iy or disease incident to man, but they are a grand emedy for a Bilious state oi the system and .co<n n'?n fevers. When twwd %?th Dr. Row's Tonio Mix ur?. will cure tli? noit stubborn caaee of Bilious -Vver or Fever and Ague. Price 12% aad 25o. Da. J. 8. Roam's Sa*s afaxiila CoMrotrwD, for all kin Diseases and for purifying the Blood, it ia su perior to all otlune. Prioe 60c. and $1. Dm J. 8. Rohb's Xuin or Orraa, free from all the ?ad effects, of Opium or Landanum, such as 11 aad Constipation, or Sick Stomach. Prioe 26c. ill whose Oonatltutioaa axe impaired by dinoami or 'eak by nature, should md.Dr. J 8. hooe's "Medi ?al Adriser, (which oontatns a description of the DIs aw of our rthnate and the rands of treatment) It ifj bo-bad wtthont charg* of ??. t>. Qilmain, 0harl?s Btott k Co., W. H. Oilman, )ohn W. Nairn, Patterson A Nairn, D. B. Clark, 1 11 MaPharaon, William T. Kyaas, UaJweil * Law t*ntc, J. B. Moore, F, a?hington; J, L. Kiiivell, >?>rgatowEi aa4 bv all dealers in Alexandria, Vir -?* 7 Jea7? LIVER COMPLAINT, JiiKONIO OK NERVOUS Di^ILITY, DISEASES OF THE KIDNEYS, AND ALL DISEASES ARISING FROM A DISORDERED LITER . OB 8TOMAOH. . 'a?h aa Oo?ttoaM?, lnwid PUa,lvUMa of Blood to the Heed, Acidity oi ute Stomaoh, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Po>it Fullness ar weight is the Stoiaact^our Excrtattojjs, or. Jflut4w 'ng at th? Pit of ftie Ptoaiach, Br Tinmliig of the ^leafl, flurried and Di31cn!t Breathing, Flattering it the Heart, Chokinf: or 8xiffocating 8enratioas when in a ljinjj aostnre, Dimness of Vision, Dots ft Webs b:fora the sight, f ever and Dull Pain ia Ui? head, IScfioivaoy ef Porqpjratiou, Yellowness oj tbo 3kin and Kjee, Pain in the Sido, Back, Chest, u^ibfl, kz., Sadder. Flashes of Heat, Burning in hi Flash, Oonstant InaginiiJ^ef eviL and Great of spirits, . , AN CK DrXOrUALLT cuaan B1 DR. 1100FLAN D'S Celebrated German Bitters, PE?PARi?D BY DR. C. M. J4PKSON, ? a. ISiO Ar?l? atree^Philadelptila. "?ir pewsr oyer the above diseasss is notexcelled < i; .ailed Jjy any other preparation in the United 'taw as tfle cures ntt?ut, in many oasts after akil> ?ll piwskaaao had failed. ILaaa bitters are worthy the attention of inraiida. ~>aMSding great virtoes in the rectification of die of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the aodt searching powers in weakness and affectien* oi he dignetive organs, they are. withal, safe, certain, | '.d pleasant ' UBAD 4M BB OONVXNOBD. 1*H!LAB1LPH1A, Manh, 1, 1SI&. Dr. 0, M. JaoJuon; Dear Sir?For the past two f?ii I hava b*?n ^varaly afllictad with Liver Com ? laint, Dyspepsia, Lillion^ Diarrhoea, and Pfles, sol ering in a great degree constantly, tVe pains and in onvenienoes attendant upon sacb lisuases, withoit aergy, being scarcely ab> to attend te any busi iess. I lost a great deal ? f ny flesh, and used many [inds ef medicine, with no apparent change, until 1 ?xnraenoed with your Gtrman Bitter if hey have entira>y cured me- I have gained m ??J|ht orer forty pmndi since 1 commenced their lee, and I am now ridrely free from pain and ache f any kind, and fuel like a new man. I unheal tat- I ngly recommend your Bitten to all invalids | Toon, respectfully, JOHN R. CORK, No. 12 Lagrangr Piaaa W. IS. Adauas, pnb of the Argas, Weston >lo., Jaly 17,1351, said: "I was last summer so very nw and weak as not to be able to stand at the caw on<?er than one hoar at a time I tried one bottle ?f yoar German Bitters, which entirely cur?d mat1 ( iave aged two bcttoou. I sent two bottles 160 mQe1 rom here to a friend who bad beea sick for a long ime; he has ai.no r?-*n cured by them. I believe iiem to be superior to any medicine new in use.' U. B. Pcrklai, Marietta, Uhjo. Feb 22,1861, mid: "Your Blttnu are highly prised t>y these whe >iave used thejn. In a case ef Liver Complaint, ef ong standing, which had routed the tkm 0/ tea ?rod phyiteiaiu, was entirely cured by the ase of 6 Bottlee." ?". Keasa i oaetf, Jeweller, Wowter, 0, Dm id, ISfil, said: MI etabraoe this opportunity of to forming yoa oi the grreat benefit 1 have derived from be use of Dr. Q^odaad'a Oaffaan Bitters. I have lead tham for Chilis and Fever, and Disordered stomach, and foand relief in eyery rasa. They ars :he beet remedy for Diaordftfed Stomach |I think la ixistence." D. K. iykai, Esq., Settlor of the GovmUr Marwich, Ccun^ si.id : "I have been u^ing yoar Ger nan Bittera for seme time, for Dyspepsia, and hart ?und so much reisef from them, that 1 have mad* ip my mind to give thorn a Antral* editorial en tenement'* Heldsn, Kemp, Co., Jace^rille, Wis. Sept. 1851, said: "YourQermau bitter^ are deserve! ly popular here, aad em ng all the prepared meoi sines oa oar shelves, none have we mdKI which h*v* ttasa the salisfaodoa of Hoo(land's German Bittera* Ibb* 2d, 1862, they said: "We recommend them as ia invaiuatite B|King aad sammer medjnina" W. At. Orr, VTooatar, O., October 2d, 1862, saKt "You ask me my opinion of the German Bitter*. 1 nave used them for Dyspep^a and Indigestion, ani take pleasure in stating that I think they ar* th* rery best remMv sxtant for the above complaint*? Ikey are decidn&i fa Me adtxtnoe of <41 ths ywyri dory maiinnei of Us day." %*Mr. Orr i? a distinguished lawyer id Woostse ' These Bittera ?. s nrauT vaoxrjLBLa. They nm orattrau the tytUM, hat invigorate it. for sale in Wa^nington by Zl D. OILMAN In Georgetown by J. L. H3J)WKLL. In Alexandra jy J. R. PTBRPONT In Riobttond l>y POBOBLL, LAUD A 00 In Baltimore by CAN BY k HATCH In do DAVI8 a Mil in do 31CTH U2 In do MA0PUJ5RB0N k MAR8I in Norfolk by * M. A. 8ASTO8? B0N. And by rsapeecaU* dealer* ia medicine every *k?M. da* I?to TO INVENTORS 1'BK offic* of "The Inventors' Protection National Loian" iaon 7th: street, opposite the Hast Per v*x> of U* Patent OCea, and is now ready to attend to the bu#i?wt# of itg m?mburs, namal v: in making examination sand soliciting patents, 4c. Inventors m invited to call and get a copy of th* Jonstiiution and By law*, and where any Inform* 4oa will be (rtven rnspeeting the Onion.' AM letters on bnidoes* mast he directed to thtaot (foe, whwre attention will be given immediately. A model shop is is> connection with th* office, where models ana be mad* to order at the shortest ooti-e T. G. CLAYT05, ap 10^-iy President I: P. H I TURKEY VICTOBIOUS. yOO will find at the same OLD STAND, Pennsyl vania avail a* near 12th street opposite the Irving Hotel, LOOKING GLASSES with or without Frames; Fortndt, Picture and Mini tore Frase* at ] the latest styles; Bracket*, Tables, Room Moulding, Ccrniaes, Ac., Ae^ or by leaving your order yon caa have any tiling done in my line. N. B.?Old Framea, Ac, regilt at th* shortest no tice on reasonable terms Dont forget the plaoe. f#b??It W*ftN?B CARTRIDOB BOX, BALLOT aOX, and 3AND*-. BOX; hot the greatest of those I* the banleox which can be had in a*sorted siaee, with every vari *ty of Fanoy Go>>ds and Millinery at 8HBDD**, ltth *t., above Pm. ave ?" X. B.?Ja*t received a flae aawrtmeat ef| Toilet mi\ ^ *********i i' - > uOiL . ? UNDJfifttTAK?tt8. Ac. CABINET MAKER ft UNDERTAKER^ IMK undsratrnal would reepaetfrllv inform bin friends. acquaintances, and the pufctto generallt that he sHII -*>nBnu<* W execute aH'orderf In Vft I iin- of bu.?1rj?-s? in the best rauiineraad at the short -at notjee. ttKPAmiSfO on*t!v ?sd prrimptly exoeatej M ?. KU*JiUkAl.S attend Ml to ?t the shortest notioe, and ta the best manner Bod** preserved m the mo* perfect mun ' <*? *w? in the warms* neat her PMl favors, he woaW respectfully solicit, and will ?ndenror to merit a continuance o? the name. ANTHONY BUCHLY, _ p* ??dde, between Qtb an** 10th nth Residence: Mr. WerHn'a No. 398 n street, t Iri " ' jo', jo". in?r 17- ly UNDERTAKER. 0 " I WOULD respectfully return my thank*to Ik citixens of Washington and its vicinity lor their sKaa.'ta's bave been induced to diaeon*inue the manufacture erer* thing that * -reqnWteto my bmfcreitf *bd 1 amtherefbre fully ptepferad to meet ?iy order after *ww moments nctfovand I assure tfam who aav gre um i oaU that I will spam pains t? carry ewt U?alr onion to ttlair entire satosfaotion. JAMES F. HARVEY, _ *o. 410, 7th ?t, between G and K. ?Itanoed to at all hones of the night o UNDERTAKING. J W. PLANT M 00. bavin* removed from their . old ptai;d, on D street betwasn Otb and lOtb. art all hoars of the nigfcf. to attend to eaHs made in tfeMinecf th.ir business-r<B?4ng prepared to far 111? 11 funerals in the most complete *D<i appropriate manner, aixi to d?vote themselves solely to the bus inew of C&dajta Wing., nothing shall be wanting aa their port to giv* entire ?kU f*e#on ,ta*hos? who employ them Atf sol? ? owi efAf Cni?tFt~Patent Co ipse Preserver, W. JHuatl k Oo. re*P>ctfulv id vite public attention to the superiority &/ Crump's Corpse Pre.'.frver 6v r every oiQrr invention <-f the kind, as K b? effrcttnrily u?ed fbr the dead boJS' without placing it in a box of ice or the ioe beinsr in actual oontaot with the corpse. Cramp's Oorpte t'rei'rw ha^wr been known to fail <atl? hot 1 test weather, to give satisfaction, a* can bo proved bv numerous uartifl^aea Shrouds ef djforent kinds made to orffer at the shortest notice, and on the m-*t reasonable tertto. wi?er?eer'seharg?? are below the usual rates or other Undertaken! ;aj A Hearse always in rs'dlnees. an? 2*?00tf UNDERTAKER. 0 0, WAX L,, Undertaker in all ita (ranches Funerals attended to at the ?bfert??* tiotiee, hi thrbest manner, and on the most reasonable tortus. '? Seventh, between Dand E streets. KesiOeaoe on tt, between K and F. north skUt jy 6?eoStn BU81NES8 0ARD6. . > book SSraiS 1 rail it* Tarlettea, naatly aaecuted, en the most reasonable terms, by ' ?"> ~) 'J> THOMAS THIPLWT * 00, Pennsylvania ?Tenue, Math ?de, Sd door an ?*>tf .t?m l8th gC H Uf TKR* KAIILiRf, FRKSOO I>KC0RATIV8 and every description ol ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. Panns3E!?rS? uue. BOuth fide, between 8th and 14th ftreets, Washington, P. O & l_3m* MOJm?MOOTBY?MOMkV! I il POUT ANT NQTIOJS ?All persons in want ot A Menfsy can be supplied witii &U turns. Cash advances on Jewelry, Waitbes, Furniture, ?JroctrieB, and CiotLi&g All boeinefid TOlctJy conMentfo], ? ' I8AA0 HFRZPKRO, ' ravn Hroknr, south aide Pa avenue, tw tweeta 4U ^na 3d pte, opp. V. 8. Hotel. f 1 More ctosed on eaturday util eandie light ap 2fi?ec>6m? ?OXM188IOHVS 0? DEEDS FOR Kew York, OalMornla, "** Jersey, Locdsnma, MJrr**il. Pennsylvania, Alabama, Ksrtuchy, Maryuaid, Ooorgla, SClsi^ran. ***'ne, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Uinneoou, Florida, Other & tales: ?aOK?E C. TROM AS, ?ATTORNS f FOB CLAIMS, aire ifOTAHY PUBLIC. oirioa QTfOHJtm to vaa ruaaosr mm?a ,p v WASHINGTON. I> a ?? 1HK tHIt^Tn SIR ASTLEY COOPER, BART., M. D., tH* XM?E!?T JUDICAL FRai.TITIOM. h. H*8 LXFT A VALQaBIX LMACf TO HIE WOBlD IH HI8 Great Prtvtnnvr of Couaumktloa. AND IWFaILIMj w Core for Pulmonary Diseases, Without the Use of Medicine. Sir A ' , i<?rt ??i.t-0 wn<l -.dvifv t? e u e of The M D1CAT D FUR CH ST PRtfTn-*f B, Toal persons of an agei t.nd oondi ione as a Cer tain and s*fe shield aj^a nst thoe? fearful (Mseawh, '? onsur ption Broachitis, Attbma, -ouihs, Cods and other nffli t* ns of the Lungs, wbiob ?ris- frooi t?.e evjx sedHtate o? the chest accwiitn^ to fashio>., and tbe continual chmigeti of our cliir.ure. ?'llie .Totect r" is a cht-ni vally prepared fur. lined with silk, and pad ed, which, snspendrd rom tbe neck covers tii? chest, in so agre?.,ble a manner that, once worn, it becomes a neceuitv and. a comfort. -- ? ~ ' .he Protector," althoogh but recently intra uuoed into America is making raj id pp grppg thrnr the United 8tates, the Canada*, South'An erica and he wes- Indies, it haa for a long time been a sta ple articlt- in Kn^land ai d on the u>nt?nent cf Eu rope, while it has grown in many countries to the pofcitim o> an articie of drass. To demonfctiate these facts enuuireaf any RngiUh resident in your \ icinity of hSknoik ledge of th bauefitial effeoU of wearing the Protfcer, wiraour -1CJUE3JI TO i>ocTORINO of any kind. Ihe cost ol wearing these articles is a mere trifle, and one will la t sjice years. No one who values the health at h mself or bis an.iv wjQi l>e without them, but rapidly introducing the at: Harcourt, Bradley* Co., oi lxkudon, and Manchester, JCnglaad, w?r* origi nally enttus ed with tbe manutactare of the Pro tector, by the lamented Dr. Cooper, an 1 continu 10 mana&otwe aucrrding to his originat instroc tiujs, ?nd there&ie racomm those who would ?rear ,JThe Fro?ee<ors," to s?e their being genu ne Mem emits-, Uut is a sUtpe ar title and via Patent Medicine. J ' RETAIL PRICES. Gent's fiise (1 fO each. JuartW do 1 00 Boys' and Misse ' do 7ft ;HARC0URT, BKADLBY ft CO.," . ( ; 93 Ann s reet ami 102 Nasrau street, ? . Iui/rj_ v ?NKW TOhK.V.8. Princlpu Warehouse, 102 Wood Street, dnao side, London. ? - Menuf^ctory, -U Market Street, Manchester, Eng. rend. 't . -.? B- * Oo are es^abUrtOtW Depots for the sale of' The Protector" in all parts of Aworica. Physi cians, Snrgeons, Dmrgieto. Clothiers, &iy G&dg .Vl?rch>nts, I!atters, ana Milliners also Gentlemen Furnishing Storeaeepers are entrusted with the whoi*sato retail distribut on oftbem, and to whom most liberal terms are off-red for iheir enterprise ?nd a tplfUi id opportunity epent to them for safe and profitable business. For ttrms apply to m, IlAftCiiDiq,l, BRADLSY A CO- ' ' ' t" "">.^.'?1, lU BRUGS, FABCT GOODS AND PKRFUMERY t THa aubsoriber re^otnsUy informs hie friends and the pubttotfyu be haaluat reoetved a targS n?ply of *1 tracts of alt kinds tor tha banikerohiet, ?na all other things pertaining ta the Dtaa busi lleSA. " ^ Also, 0 good's Indian Chola?ogue, RowanKU Toni le Mixture, Kcener's Powders, Fever and AgtifrAo^ ani ail. other fever and ague rsumedies. Je *-.? 0. boavkll, ? -1' ' Corner Maryland an. uaU Tih sL i **?*~!upertor ^ W?'*r ??3( be had at aU tunts at the above plwce aep 1?lm '^RE^BRVTNG KETTLES. r A a><*>rUL?Bt of Percetain- ami bell metal A. EmuKMVJM KETTLKS have just be?*i t? coved, together with a large assortment of IVous^ keepers' Uardirare, all at wh ch are off-red cm rea sonable terms by the anbscu it er. '?r.aniiniJ " attgt?tf _ . _ i <<08. lb SATAOK, ' Pa. avenus, betwwm 10th and lith its. BEAUTIFUL TEETH. DR. 0. M UN BON haa fitted up th* : house and office on Pennsylvania aia r>ue. tormerly neon pied b? Dr. Hum . pbreys, and is making TJCKTH on an en tlreiy new plan, with continuous gum?the vary im petBoewtioii c| nntaye hecaelf,- only hnn^soaiar if de All Jepiriments ta Dmtistrv a tended an i ranted to lie done ta the very beat am?? ?sat 14?ly *dsti (U -n ?,. ...iu OMtittmit u^?v.:aiv lu ?-*-? ? - - a? OTFICIAL . Tmas*** DtPAjfcWKjfT, Au(n>?t 26,18M. Notice is hereby giTe$ to t?* holders oT the fol lowing^ s?crib?d Stock? pf the CtiJtod State*, that this department In prepared to pnrchace, at any timr hotwe-n tbe ?J?to hereof and the 90th day of Nm-Mnber nrxt r-ortfocs of tv,?. sfoek*. anounttajr ln<beagrregatet?*4,?4?!?e?,fal thw milI1Tler aui on the terms heiriaeft-r ra-n'toawt, to wit: Ia case of my ot?tingent competition, wtt'iiq the amount stated, preference *Ul begirea ia the or der of time in which said stocks may be r(J?red. Tbe certificate g, duly assigned to the Edited S<a'es. by the partfepwho ire to receive the amofiht (her of, must be transmitted fo thia department; upoa the reoeip whereof, a price aJU pal, oompo waded of the following particular*: 1. The par value, or amount specified hi eaeh osr itficate. ...? 2 A premium on the stock of <he loan authorised by the act of July, 184$, red-emable ^orembtr I860, of S per oe? ^ on the stock of the loan au thoriied by th- actpf$842, redeemable 31st Swm ber. 1862, of 11 per cent; on the stock of the loan* authorized by the ?cH ef 1847 and '848, and r*deem able, the former ot^ the 31st December, 1867, and the lafier on the 30th June, 1868, of 16 per emit; and on the stock ol the loan authorise! hy the act of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st Deoember, 1864 (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) si* per oent. v - ? 3 Interest on the pAr of each certificate from the 1st of July, 1864, to the fete ef receipt and mfcto ment at the Treasury, with the allowance (tor the money to reach the owner) of ot* day s interest in addition. ? ? . itojt boa ,LewoJ Payment for,sa]d stocks will be made ia drafts ol the Treasur-r ef tjw.United B*a?es, on thq aacjafcant treasurer at Boston, K>w York, or Philadelphia. as the parties may direct. But fto eertWeate wllf be entitled to the benefit of thto notice whieh shall not he actually received At' the Treasury on or before the saM Mth day of No raabcr next. ?. MMES GUTHRIE, 28- dt2Qvrrr Secretary of Treasury. TO COIfTRACTOES AUD BUILDERS. rilHK subscriber would respectfully inform the JL public that he keeps constantly on hand apj tor sale at the lowest prices, a large" assortment of article* n*r?v*ary fir>? btrihUog purposes, which he hopes it will prove lor their interact to call and ex amine before purchasing efrewhere. Among th- mnet import*Art ?iV? PFNRBFN MARBLE AND, IRON MANTELS, whi'-h for cheapness, beauty and durability - are unsurpassed ? > PARLOR AND CHAMBER ENAMEL!**D ORATES. the latest New York stairs DUNHAM * CWfi HOT AIR FUttNJICRS, for ?r heating prlv-t* and public buii?iugs, '-burches *0M the very Vet and the n?jst economical Furaa*e *nw in use ' POND'S IMPROVED DOUBLE CVEN COOK INE RANGES CAST IRON WINDOW LINTEL* AND B1LL& IRON COLUMNS, <fc. - ^ ENCAUSTIC FILING, for Hall, Vestibule, and Church floors ii*? IRON MAJLIN G&y of cast and wreagbt Iron, and wire. Th^gt are manufactured in.Mew York, and for tfctfr beautv and variety of pattern and tiniuli aura unequally. Y1.l?.b?Te w5? S Fut UP lf deelr- d, and every ?: tort wfll )*? madfto give purchasers MtifuVt-on.'3 Apply at tha Ornamental Iron Ware IIr-use, Pa. avenne, between 3d and 4J* streets - *7 ao??tf 11 H At-KIN8. FIR* GILDING, GALVANIZING, AND ELECTRO SILVER-PLATING, cn all surns or iotax FLABARRR would resp^ctfull) inf rm thr, pub ? lie that be has opened a Chop at the corner C and tfeh 6tnvu, in the above business, and in now re.dy to receive orders in any branch, namely : PIKE GILDING tmali kinds of ornaments for churebee. chalict s, -ewels. and rega'ia for Free Maaona, Odd felloes, and other socie ies, military ornaments, Ac. Also, 8ILVER AND RRA8S WATCHES, Chains, Goblets. Locsets, Tea and Table Spoon*. De^rt and Hatter Knives. ELECTRO 8TLVRR-PLATING On Military Ornamer?te, Pruit Baskets, Waiters, Candlesticks, and ' assets. Al*o Mlver platin? for Plumbers,Gas Fitters. Ac All rrnaroente for military, Free Masons, Odd Pil low*, and other Societies and Clubs maae to order on the shortest notice FRANCI8 LABARRE, Oorner C aad 10th sts weft, near fa. ave se fl?3m COAL AND WOOD. WE are i.ow ie rivin t ou re?u n supply of the b-st Pht a<?e?phta Red an-i WL te Ash CO * I, and are prepared to. deliver at the lowest mat kei pi ic 'S We have ileterm ned to parch-me no inferior anal iti*s of /*nthr?cite Coal, for the s*ke of^eriviai: a few en's p?r ton additional profit, end b, doing aive the coT'Oumsr en un?ati'>i*r>trirv ertido, but purchasers may ieh upon re< e;ving tbe ver>' best article in all cues, well prepareu?fr?e Jr m al-ie and dust. tver* load of Coal sent from our yard i# carefully weiylud, (not measured) and 2 240 pounds given to the ion. _ > Cosl in sites suitable for StOTe", Hangps Grates, and Furnaces equally well prepared in e?ch of the 3 ilea Also, Cumberland Ccal in lumps, and for Black suithV jmrj.os'-f. A, pood stock of Hickory, Oak, and Pine WOjD ?lwa>s on hi<n(i Perrons wisbicg a good article at a fair price theuld giT<j us a call before purchasing of othtr fara"- W K WaTKKj? A CO.. 1 Office corner of 12th and 0 streets. Now at the Whart a ca> go of W. A. grove and Bag Goal, nnildeceiving weekly the different kinds. ftep 12-13* 61 W. E. W. A CO. w i. ? ; i . iii . ? JOHN REESE, PRUPR1M.TOU. OF THE Eagle Plambiag and lias-Fitting Dejjiot, ka-OULu terpecttu iy call the attention of the v T citiiens of W ashington, Georgetown, and vi vaity to the excellent ?ssortment ef Goods in his I'ne, which he haa on baud aad is daiiy receivii g ad Siiion to. Chandeliers, Drop Lights, Brackets, Pendant, and in fa.t every article connected with the Gas fit tin* business can be tbund at his establishment, fmbrscing ail the qualities *>f beauty, c^lc, danr l>il'ty and^h apness. His plumbing department eitb sees all articles in that line, suen an marble U.p B ashstaods, llatb Tuba, shower Baiha, unj all the appendages nec*n sary for the pr sneurion ef that hrsnch o. bis buM nesM Work oouflded to Dia wiii re< eive prompt at tention, and its rsecuuon be unqurra:-fe-d. Builders and all others will find it to their ad vantage bafoxe going elsewhere, u> c all at the EAGLE DEPOT, Corner 6f Peons, avenue and 6 h ft. *ep ld?enlm : Iu<, ENGLISH CABBAGE SEEDS.""^ THb undersigned has to < ffer a floe sb?k at Bo glish CABBAGE BREu, among which are the fdlowmg esteemei kinds! Early hmperors, Earlv Battersea. Early York, Karlv large York, falli 1J |J ???r ? #' ? ?' _ Maiketji^w Flat Dutch, Mifehel's Albert, Non ptreil. Phn:in'gir Queen, Srrotabro, Wheeler's Im peris!, Acl. a large stock of the finest Turnip Seed, ail warr?nUd freoh and genuine. J"?HN SAUL, ? Seed store, corner 7th and H streets. eep 11?eoAt* , FASHIONABLE MH.L1NERY. '7 on the south side of Lou'siaii* ave?l near ti'h sttmt, wha.e she will be 8lad to see h* r old and tew patrons. With all tbe kte-t Faskfcns, t^ pfedse will be her objeet. tW^gggM j n i g S- ViaUK. , u. MKt f. HUMAN E. FISHER & ca, , FRENCH SiEAM SCOURERS, 1 WTLL thorough y Clean all kiwds of Ladtsc and rhildrefi's Dracara m us of tilk, Yeivetvcr Wool. G'litlunen's CoaU, ?ants, Vests, and Cr* ?aU, w thotjit . hrinking or taking off the natural gloss. Theutmoit punctuality warranted. )Vhita Crape shawlx.^ot- up ?qual to new. N. ft.?Ooata faats; if dosiied, will be mouTM lotha \*ty neatest sty.e. J - WB. P, 8HEDD, Agent, Taney Goods and Millinery, 11th st. fep 9-eolm (Intel) | i ? TO THE LADLES. NEW FALL GtjoDb.?1 have just returned trom the North with the most beautiful assortment E*brMd?riee, Fancy, and Trimming Goods aver yet brought to tais market, to which I invito the attention < f the ladies of th s viciiiity. They are the fir.t g<xid( in this market, atui will he add at the ueual low p. ices Ca.1 and examine *h??n. Tftll wiflk +,. .V 7 V . r r vhmi ftuu BEtuuuie i whttfcer yoq wish to purohake or not.-> \ a. F- r- *YE*> At the sktn of tkb >)ioe and white Awning, Pa- avenue, between 8th and 9th sts. Mpit?Mitt aa$ in 1 1 1 J EVENING STAR. . ? mi all b ? aSiiiaiB tit> *? FXTHMTTS FBC * ENGLISH tAPEBS. j' The (Moleha i* London".?The Reg' istrarXJineraTi rrtum informs usfhat in the week that ended Saturday, August 26, the number of deathsarisingfrotJt all causes was 2,039. Id th? ten corresponding weeks Of the1 years 1844-63, (he average number wan 11.14, which, if raided in proportion to increase of populatiovr becomes- 1.225. The prevailiog epideuio has produced an excess, amounting to 814, above the cor rected average. In the thirtv-fourtb week of 1849. which ended August 25, the total number of deaths registered was 2,456. In that week, the mean temper ature was 62.9 deg.: lasC week it was 61 2 deg ., which is 1.1 deg. above the Average. w : * i From chotefra, the deatftsin last xr&At were 847, while those from diarrhoea were 214. In the corresponding week of 1849, cholera carried off 1,272 persons. In the present summer, ita weekly pro- ) gress is graced in the following number: 5, 26, 133, 399, 644, 729 and 847. In the lirst seven weeks of the epidemic of 1849, the deaths were 9, 22, 49, 49, 124, 152, 399. In t,hat year it commenced ibout the end of May, the healthiest p^rt if the yeaj-; it beg^n six weeks earlier than the present endemic, and its prp ;resa was slower: in the fourth week ol August, as has been shown, it had reach- | ?d a higher rate of mortality than the di?- \ jase which now prevails heiryet*Attained. * Two thousand seven hundred atad k iighty-three persons have al ready ^died of < Solera; and 1,706of the number have t alien on the low grounds of London, out ' jf 595,119 people whose dwellings are ] lot 10 ieet about the Thames : 7On have 1 lied out of 648,619 ou the higher ground, *? attending lrom 10 to 40 feet above the t same level; aud oaly 345 out of the t L 070,372 who live op the ground that t las an elevation ejHending from 40 to < 550 feet." The mortality fropvpholera to 3 [00,000 living at 1fbe three elevations is * 187 at the lowest, 109 at the middle, and r 52 at the highest region. 3 Extraordinary Experiments witu c, tub Electric Tele^uiapd.?.Some exper ments have, within the past fortnight, ?een ma^e at Portsmouth, with regard j o this science, of a tflost important and ^ ?em ark able character, and which wonld i appear to open up and promise to lead to K "urther triumphs m electricity equal in . mportance to any that have alfleady been j achieved. The experiments in question , Ifere for the purpose of ascertaining the t jos&ibility of sending electric telegraph communications across a lxxly of water ^ without the aid of the electric wires. t The space selected for the experiment j was the mill dam (a piece of water form- p ng a portion of the fortifications) at its j widest part, where it is something near t >00 feet across. The operating battery 1 was plated on one side of the dam, and t :he corresponding dial on the other side. y An electric wire from each was sub- e nerged on their respective sides of the } water, and terminating in a plate con- | itructed tor the purpose, and several \ Messages were accurately conveyed across t ,he entire width in the mill dam, with j accuracy and instantaneous rapidity. c The apparatus employed in the experi- \ nents is not pretended to be bene explain- c ;<i in even a cursory uianntT ; this is, of I ^ jouise, theexclusivesecretof the inventor. I c ttut there is no doubt of the .fact, that s jommunications were actually sent a dis- L ance of nearly 500 feet through the wa'.er I ( without the aid of wires, or ether coa- , luctors, and that there appeared every ^ lossibility that this could be done as easHy with regard to the British Channel as with the mill dam. The inventor is S | gentleman of great scientific attainments ?esiding in Edinburgh and lays claim? I ind we believe with some justice?to ieing the original inventor of the electric elegraph ; but, from cireuaiStamoea, he vas unable to carry out the invention to lis own advantage. The experiments at he mill dam were of a strictly j^ivate character, although they wtr? carried out jy Capt. Beatty and other engineering ifflcvrs belonging to this garrison. Nsw Mbtiiob of Treating Cholera. The method of treating cholera patients I lescribed in the Lancet has been adopted ] n King's College Hospital with great sue cpss Thirteen cases in all haye .been idmitted into that institution ; out of 11 hese the first six, which were treated on c he old method of attempting tocheck or t stop the diarrhoea, proved fatal. ? The re-1 c naming seven, treated oft the system ji lescribed below, have recovered. On the t 15th ol August there were tivecafees under I i reatment, the patients lying in wards cs- ? jecially set aside for them. They were [ dl in a satisfactory stale, and likely to J, lo well, under a treatment which will itartle some of our readers. I J)r. George Johnson, who hs^ charge if the cholera wards, considers tliat the j urging in cholera is mainly an ellort of| ihe organism to throw off the virulent principle whicli is at the root of the dis ease ; be, therefore,'- in his treatment, lees his hest to aid this eliminating vr - -ess by gentle means, and gives naif- ] Mince doses of castor oil every halt hoar. Some of the patients thus treated were idmitted either with sovere purgmg and ! romiting, or in the cold and blue stage. \ mustard poultice was uspally placed >u the pit of the stomach, and the casioi I >il given every half hour until the action j jf the bowels were well established. Ammonia was tri^d with the oil, but it increased the sickness, which symptom was more effectually^allayea"by the oil] ilone. In every case considerable relief j was obtained upon the bowels being! freely moved, and the congestiw fever, J which somctiimes earries off patients who have straggled through tbo original chol eraic attack, was noticed in Dr. John son's paiieats to.be very slight. Jutier Dal heat, by means of warm boules, fi ic Uous, &c.? was ^ ^ we. ^ uot perceive that either^randy or opium was employed* j 'j :o a .)*. Strixbs in ?K?LaNi>-?'Ihe Ecglish.l as we are told on every aids* are ?a emi nently sensible, praaicaL r^spning and rather dull people. They calculate when they are told to believe, t hey deject ao imposture at a glance, *nd see thfengh superstition as they would a tndk cards. How their ancestors ever came to worship stocks and stones, to offer hu man holocausts in vast wicke' images^or to think the mistletoe of the oak more .UW- - 4 ? v.V Tocirw. J" *? '4| *??? OO ^>: v * ? ? *v -yr'rf w r? ? .....,? .r.. fi an MCrelttanUltoflhcipp^tKe -- w?ra fratju, ?nd Sh.rt slowes, ie iw ??fcr?il this now. He mdtflMM* ste*m-engin? and looms, cm calculate percentages, strike an average, and do * sum in rule of three TtuTdav^cW (ias banished false religions ria hatu iiid owls;, aad the onlj ftar fa, that m t h >> much substantial comlorfslo be iarn ia&tmry, r. Hpion of anv ond should he vocad a auperfhritv. Nevertheless, it is in this England hepeofcg write, that Joanna ?ofttfc (X* ajra lTionj were indigenous; *h?r<? ncsmerism, taW?-iuming. and sPint appmg have sprqad io all clat**: whence tens of thousands of Mormons tre going cfP to the Stilt Valley : where ilmagft anybody, tf h* give his mlntf'ttf ?, can gain conrerts to anything. Fan itictsm is aot to be eradicated by figures rail*%^s themselves subservt m the ^ , wight to the most perverted orms of the spiritual element. ? Pb are ire not surprised to see the growth of a lew superstiUnion, a new craft an \s dol. Ih? operatives of Lancashire have UcoTwed a new religion, audarc ptr ornung pilgr?M?res worthy of Jupeer uut or tba Holy Coat of Trew*. Their j^iritual xtalcarrUs iWui beyond the vul ;nr considerate of eouikxt or economy. Monster trains omvey them lo the ??^cV^,ere new^?rn jjiety mav be * freshed by the exhortations of buitable >re?chers and the devotioniu hymns of htr hew worship. Under the cold blue >ky, they listen with edifying submis ionto^the pious raptures ot inspired . Fathers, mothefs, children tock**> the festival. The aged forget herr emtebes. aad the sick forest their *m8 irv this holy ardor. Jimi what is his new gospel which has illuminated . ,ne8S of1Unc^^. *nd made it he Galilee of thw land ? P?pa?-yoar elf, gentle reader, for tfeis ?ew and stotindmg revelation of Uie Divine wis lom and mercy. The awlul truth which ias broken through the darkness of the ???, which has penetrataJ every heart, nd warmed eVerv soul in flic industrious "lorth, is the etcnial and immutable ne eS*1Jtjr ?L Wa per more wages, sonaon Times, - . *!** ElnriN FoRRE5T, the American ragtdian, rfiadc his first appearance this eaawi, at the Broadway Theatre, in New ork, on Monday evening, to a very rowded house. as Richclien. After the ?erformance he was called before the urtain, and modestly attribnting the ast assemblage to something more than [personal compliment to himself. said : 4'I see in it a deep and abiding love of he drama, and that lov* is as creditable o your heads as it is creditable to your earts ; for the drama is as great a con ervator of the public morals as the pul it is, and in all times it has been sus anied by the wise and the virtuous. It rould be impossible for me to recount H the advantages to the community Wf1! stage affords: but, A a school for eloquence alone, it never as never bees equalled. The most di.s snguished orators of antiquity have ac now.edged their indebtedness to the tage. Demosthenes owed his improve* ueut to Satigris, Lbe tragedian, and Ci> ero confessed b?s obligation to lioscius, is preceptor and his friend. And, to oiue down to our time, ladies and gen leroen, he whose eloquence eclipsod, on tie occasion at least, all the orators of II the world, was the son of a tragedian, nd himself the manager ol a theatre. >n the memorable occasion to which I l'Tt, Lord Byron said ol the orator? V luff! the totrti cry of trumfMt lliri,1e?uii to H? :<vea in her appeal rrom lis was the t'luiKMV?Iim lb' av?nCiiit r ui, ??? ffratli?the del) gated vriice <>f Go 1 b aS'k the MI,OM hn> ]ip*_*nd v*nquifhed senate* trmibl? d a< ibev pra^-d L?t us now hope, ladies and gentle men, that the dawn of a brighter da v for lie drama has appeared. The drama! "bich has withstood the persecutions of ?igots and superstition. The drama' riucn has outlived the language and the ation which gave it birth. The drama ' rhich has survived the decay of em ires and of relig.ons. The drama ! con ?? rated as it now is by ti e divine gemus I Miakspcare shall descend to all pos t*rity, and with its voice of ever living ruth awaken the siumtering ages. , -Mofl-H Lucii Law jn K*xtdorv.?The unlucky paf?ra have the following ac oo:<t of a trial in that State, and an ex ciition produced in conscquenca: For erne dajs a mau l.amed Thomasson has ? en on trial in Georgetown, Ky., for tlie fn'der of his brother. Thomasson, it s alleged, shot and kilhd him delil?er i?fly. but excuses himself for so doing >r asserting that he intended to shoui it ei his head to scare him. A despatch .?*:! (ieoigetewn savs the jury, after an ?bs nee of six hours. unable to "were discharged, ehven >xir^ for onviction and one for acquittal. Upon lie jury lcnvmg the conrt-hou.se, a large rowd followed alter him, with cries of 'fiir and feathrr him !" He made his >.*apc through the l?ack door of Pratt's M?l- It is thought that there will be iolericc done to-night. A correspondent f the l/ouisville I'onrier thus describes i thrilling scene that t?*dv place in the uurt-housc during the trial of Thomas on : The widow of the debased, after edifying that she never in her life had ten her husbaud carrying weapons, uu h less on the luvruiug he was killed, f.d that he had not been out of her sight Poie thaji hour before *he saw his man ^ -d remains?with heart-rending sobs, ? s*- pping up to the prisoner) cried out. 1 ''?'Mertr 5 look on this child." ; NKR<JT.-?Soe! how that fellow works ! J- 'bstacle too great for him to surmount; i' cean too wide for him to leap; no r intain 100 high for him to scale. He i make a sdr in the^wld and no mis i . ?? Sucii are the men who build our ^ <>ads, dig up the mauntains in Cal t.. v a and enrich the world. There is ti t og gained by idleness and sloth, i - ,s is a world of action and to make 1? y? gain a reputation and exert a hap % - duence. Men must be active, per ng, and energetic. They must not I at shadows?run from lions, or at ? to dodge the lightning. Go for * \ ? aealous'y; in whatever you under , and^We wrH risk von anvwhare and 1 ighlifc. Meu who faint aad quail, u tabbing suck ta angeU, ceriis, and ri.?r uien. **" ? * ?"