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At tit 5f,7- Hrri/diTtpi, eorn*r Ptimtylvama
dV9trtt? and Eleventh itrtst,
Bf WAM.4|!li A- HUFK,
Tii ?uMorii? rs ir. Uieriiiea of Wa^r^Bctoa, G*-orf<>
town, Aleianriria. IMuanre and Philadelphia, at
13 pr awum, ?SIX CENTS?werkly
tr th<* Ag. ct". To mal sub-?cribers th?
I yrar in aUra^x, TWO DOLLARS for SIX
DION I lls. COP1S9 oHi ( ?57.
NO. 553.
? ? ? f t
THa neeHett PanQy asd New* 1
m* a create/ variety of Interesting
y> found In any other?U paMMml an
Sinfle copy, per
rife copies.???????**?? ?in*ft M
Ten do ? m
Twenty do tt ??
Or?- Cask invariably in ???aK?.
QTf- Stiift< ,v<?'.:!?? (ib wrappers) caa be procured
a ruubtttf, im<ii?diauiy after tfce km <M ifet
ii.t;ier. Prii e-TUil cs*ts.
i iKTXtiTtM who act a* agent* wifl be
i c inui<<aion of twenty p<?r ceot.
\T r-a n?:of l t WJ patienM, i bav?
??u?eoi-d ?0 pa* u'' * C'*M ?' m7 3iW't
n,ci ** oJ MEOl
rryix each 'ae fiito i to * pirtieular aie-aee. ??<i
_ ; *, he 3iuof<xi3r?n of the nostra?* an.5
?, promuigHtoto the aorld that
Mr**u ?cr- ?!? end who.
ilc the words oi "i1* C-*ft Ii&::~u physician 8pt.:
i?o?Hni> '-p*i wj*'cir.TX wMch th'.y krvrw little, in'*
L-ff ca'Vi ti/y -vjsow (<?-"
J. 8. KOii^M. !>., Phlle
J*' Chriera, Pt*~nUry, Ifow't 'J^nplain.'t, rffc..
fhie ailTtur- is one of ths most important medi
cine*, aai should be fc?pt in all families us a "spe
cifij * for Choi?*ra ina iiow?i Oomplaio cs it has nuv
er fai'.-?d. Dysentery vanishes In a few days whet
thi* artssle i* us?i as dire ted. Price 86c.
Dr. J. 8. list's Pais JJtrm will cure Stiff Nei-R,
8or- Threat, P?in- in ita* face, Side, Back or Limb*
Irem a C -W, Oii?>tio, t mler* Morbus, Ac It cures
Sprains, Chilblains, Ornmpi or Pains in the Stom
??b ot boweii. Pri<-e %>, an J 50 cfs
Dr. J. P. H^c's Extract cr Bcchd is one of thr
beet rem-ius ever used for diseases of the Kidnej?
Bladler, Mo. Price Wc.
Vk. 1.9. .to?? i NasvuCi a!?d I.rra?iun!?a C >r.
niAt. fir Tls^rt Di??e, ?.Ii *?erv?ns Affections, P'tM
o<?n?e, Heart ttora, Re.?ti?f *a?s9, Numbness, Neu
ral ^.a, raiding the spirits, a-nd givini; power to tbs
whole system, it ??? almost miraea'oue i? its ?3*ci
6v -eats a bott ?.
Da. J. 8. Rossi Dispsrrio Coxpotito, a suie !
for Dyspepei*, Liver Complaints, and ind ?
whea taken in conjunction with his Alterative jt
Family PilL-t. Price of both 75?
Lui. .7. ill Kern Oold*n Puis tor PKiliog of the
W.imb, rsa?'? W-%kn?>4? nihility, ?n t Beisk'adoo
They nave ? p??ni1i>?r affimtv for th*- debiiitatwv.
nuKlosoftha t^maie, an<l in no instanc hwo tlifj
Jkit.*: in rxlicatly curinir those distressing ?>ni
plaints females ?r? so often subject. ?*r!c? ail ceris
Dr. J S *<oit ? \jrn-3njous or Racaoas Pan..?
Th*s* (.i'l!1 are act warranted to aure In every aia!
?ly or dl^ase ;T?.r4rtit t?- man, bat they are a ami:
reae.lv for a ^"oas stste ot th- sy?t>"n and con
m >n Wb^n ased wHh Dr. Koss's T'Hiic Mix
tnr-, wid rar- th- m'*t stubborn cn^ns of Bilk-o>
F?v?r or |KT?r stid Ab'a?. Price 12% and 26c.
Dr J.S tcjz'.'; SA^3APA?.iiiA Cosiporya. ->r a:
Pk!n Dia-.-kcj hhI^i porifying the Blood, !t Is *-u
psri^r to all ntl.i rs~ Pii:i &Cc. anJ $i.
Dr. J. P. r.ica'5 Sux:f. - onus, ?r#e t>om ?.!' th'
bad eCVit- b* r Uiiu-iuun, suck as LLm.1
ache, Cuu=> _ .U^u. cr . ?/< Stoau'h. Pnc- 3os.
?U whos? OonatPatiou* ar? leered by di ?ase o7
weak by a^.ta-3, sb:-uld read lt. v 4. P-o- ^'d " l^di
ca! Ad vis ?r, (vbish wntains e rtsweription cr'th? ilia
mim cl oar ?-?I'.nuatn and ta? te 3ie o; ) t.
a*n be ha 1 witn?ut charge or
Z. sf. uilaan, Carles dtatt & *7. R Ci.Tia^
John W. Nai. a, Pnttwaon A falTTi, 0. ti- Cleri,
H H ilcP'sTi^a, Willi ai T. P7 tn:., Ki iwj'l i I
wa?, J. it. Moorv-j W?j.aiu?tOE; J L. Kldweil
tJaor^etDWT1 a" J cj ail d?*l?ri la Ale acMa^ Vk
finta. 47?
x> -sr spmp bia,
A l>iaQFOgr;?i> LlViSH
fr? h a? Ojbs spstioa, 1 n tsti1. Piles, 7-jllmae <?/ Blue
u. Uw Ils-i, Aci l.ty J?J i>,e 8U).Ti*5h,
H^artbam, Wrgjatf?; ?r weight 5
tt - ftovv-tf: si- ^ra ?iftituj, f'rMitf cr
in: (?t Li: i .,?/ Uiariii; of li
H- i, iul . ">rrath1ng, ?:at^ri;i
6*. ihs lis art > 0 cr fl-.. .r. i fc? -ensjtlr.ri
wts^'u ? Ij "'tun" r-i D t
ci Wsbibafori--iissiza^ J?7*: *a?l I'aiii ??iia b
the t-ai, ixiu j?-;ar/ de '<>Ua^aew o
thf aiia iad iivess ??*!"? ?a tic LJ'i~^T
Liabi, r.uaOM of burr:ns '?
ibe f Constant i of erli area
bep^ss?ioo of Spirit*,
CAH 3? inwtiia.1 onuD ft
Celebrated G-?rmcia Bicvere,
Ho. lit) Arab it.raet, Phtladelphls,
tieir po?"ar 'er'h' abivs ii3?ast? ;s aotc-st-ailed
ITilstiM, b; saj < ttn i?? &n in OnMad
statr a- tie' :a.-c5 :.t:; t, la n: -7 <afiC2 ^itcr akil
fal phy.-iicianr
Thn? b;;:erj are -smrih? *ft"? attoatlon ofhiTah<ia.
Po??ap !n^ gr=v*i rlrtu** : i :bc lecilCcfctt^i o? dia
eaees of the Lreraul l<wr ^P-ad?-, a.terjisir.g Lir
riost s?ar?hla3 ?cir^.-.c; X wr?i:w anl ii?';tiBaso
the iii^9-'t5v? r>;aij^f t r \ rit'j .1, s? X c^r?a.in.
aid aiei?i'T?
\?i& ?r cKMViraTO.
PrrtA^tLysu, M*rr,\ 1, 135B.
J)e.O ?? Jaix^a. D--.r iic?J-r th* pvit tw?
. 0, ? . WOMtf, "7 ?*
new- I l->*t d^ai ? f ay a?3L, aac' used Q:.av
k^als ai bj?1>- -i5, witli uo avoareut ?:fc:iU[?r1 antii.
oouiasUv&i it ' 1 you*-t 11 x>.i * ''ia ia
they 1MT.1 en* -*? 7 curel ar.?. i i^va ^ias-i lr
weijit over ;"or!y nnnii - . ? I < Tinenowl thai:
a^e, aai * ?fln n> v w - r -a !r :a pain mi afl.<
ofaay !;:ni, aud f.-a'. ;tie ? new i uaha>dtat
lagly resotur.ea) 703 - Ui'.iers to ail invai! L*
M.r,fc.v*. tw.pn^iilr,
??;?iN K. Os.'HV,
:i J. Pl?<
"W. K. Atl*uae, pu-j. of ti? WrU.'a
Mo., July 17. lbil, tt.': - a >ai ia#t aura tier to rr~
low aai weai: a.' v t ? .!e to Ptini at tb?
longer than ta-t b??ur at a tim; I tn^sd -,ne botti
of yc xr U :riaau j'ii.t ira, ??bich acur-;v :ar?i me. 1
have a^ei t?o aotties. I sen*, two boiUei 160 mile
from here to a i-i.t J wh-> na l n rick for a long
time; hehaaa'- b?ta .:urrtd ny v:*ib. I bellev
tiaex iu y* W/r t to aay medicine mw in oa?."
1C. ?. l'.:r?lai, Sii-letta, Ohi?s Feb J2,1*51.
ttki. ??k'oar B;Oers are h:jrh'y rri*? d OT ta?n? ?rb>
havr a-^1 thein r.n ^ c-- .s Ooir,pi<4Bt, or
long it^r.iia^, -'.j-f ru^t'^i jiW of i*
*r?l phyiicmnt. v ur?^ by tbs *s? Of*
iiOttUr. *
y. tC?asalin?lr. Jesrel.'ar, Wo-i.iter, 0, Dw
94, 1851, said : *'I embrao mis epporrnnity of i?
formmj yon of the rr-at hene-it I nave deriv-td ie i.
the a*s ct Dr. grid's Ot fmo liitvua. I Uav
n*l them for Chiiis ncd lever, aad Dittr>rder*-i
8t :a? in. and fouc l rj "ef ir? e^er/ ea?-?. Phej i?
the best r-medy for Diaorderei M.>ma>.hti thin a ir
D. K. S/tti) 3f.?i , Kdil~r cf the Qmrur
Norwich, Oona , savl: "1 have be?m usiaj your Gsr
nan Bitter - to~ eom* "4?-% to* &ysp?psin, and havt
laoni to aaa r?U.-i ;rom ta^.nx, tn?t 1 have u *4*
up my mlud to eive th?ta a /Lrtt^Mt m
4or le-n'-it."
tlolilaai, Ktiapi A Co., Jaaeerilta, Wis.
Sept. IS51, said: "Sour lis.mu biturs are Uenerveil
ly pcpi'ar hare, kjid asaoa^ ail the prepared me-di
e.ar-s on our ib iva.-, uor^e bare we sold which have
girea the ^auai* Uoo of HioflanJ'e Oermaa Bitters.'
jiae Mi, iBV^, fcb?y sa>i: " ?v\ reoomia^ud tuec_> *r
au ievalaab'.e sprin? and summer mediciaa.?
W. M Orr, W ,>eter. O., October 3d, 1352, I
"?o? aril me my opinion of the Germao Birt-ra. i
have used them S>r Dy<?p->v<ta snd la ligation, ai>u
take pleasure in <<taUa^ iL-.t 1 think tbey are -ae
rvj best remedy sx^^at lor tha abjye ooitplA:at>^
IS;y are decui^Uy the 'tiaorwe of aii tm propn
gUrry axedictn'i of the day w
??*>lr Orr ie a dlrtiazoiahe>i lawyer of Wcos?r.
Theee Bitters a. e mriuEL? viiarasLa They nmtv
yr*$trmu thr. *?i-??, but int*gor*te U.
for aula in Waeain?;tna by Z. D. QILMAff.
gin 9eor*?*owa b* J. L KfDWKT.L.
In Alexandna ?;y J. B. PI E2PONT
I* Richmond ?t P*JRC?M.L. LADD k CO
In Baltimore CAN BY 4 H AT^H
In ic DaVlf* * MILIAR
In 4o ?i AOPtl^HSON * M\R8HALL.
In XorWIr by M. A. IAMTIM A 3')K.
Abd bv ?eete? j?*i'e dvaiem n <n*t! io? ere-y
VVt ?^e. **+ #. . 1 -
1MPROVKU h'l riK AN'U e ?TKP.I?Vt(i?
? tak- P -?oi? in calling thr st'entioD rf
yj "artlee oontei?>pl*Hc? to tL: hijrh
ly popu'ar roofing tn .trr!\l. wj-irh h^- f e^n in ?-x
tep?iv? iise tbr- 'l'hoft li e citi.-* of ?h:' r .
?t?te* an ? Prlt'^h i*r?n-<v^ vr ?f ?farda t f !0 Jet r ,
dan a-j which tuar i hi- breu te '.*1 bj ere"" vari
ety of cir<-ur-jta?.*'- -ui ? 'iqi?efi'all) otfwrwdod
pe^ Me. in a '>n *r a-^v tb?r rooiirj^
B?ak>r>a in u *. the 1 ?i'ia'-.le Qaahtie' 01 i-W- ai4(,
darabtlicv and r-^ur?ty haui'I the action of fhe el
W* are ruad to cr/t!tract 6>r v>of;n< in th- eit^
aSmi eoaptrv
Ofil.v L- irw from 1' to 12 < m end ?? to 5 r ia
O. M WAKBffN .* CT?,
lirUa at, 'J>i diet abuve AaeliuD tv?>oi
au^ is#?Jin* ? I
ISl published, 8PKAK9 of HAMPTON'S
Halttwok*, Md , June 4,1864
ifr. XorXbridyt, oftht f\nmtnin IloUl Light steet,
i>-ar Sir : Being on the point of laaving fh? city.
I avail mvsalf of a ??w ulla mrm?nts to thank you
kindlv for the medictne you tmt ma, ?nd *hi"h lias
restored dip to the up* of my limbs. I b*g you to
Mud ujr- flour bottle more, txvcarry ou ciy voyage,
f-lr.ce I had the iortnae ta use Dr. flamp'on'H Ve^e
tabls Tincture my confidence is .*o i-crong that, in
gratitude o the proprietors of eai I mwdi ine. 1 be^
-ou to pres-nt my resp?t? to them, ani indure
?Vn to make it more publicly Known as a sure
Kh~umatic cure. Having called on loo on the lfih
of April last, and pe?n tn?- prostrated on my bed
in all my li be, yon can appreciate nesvly
?h w-ll 119 myself th* prompt relief i received I?n~a
Fr. Hampton's Tincture, and I am positive hail ir
nit b"..*D tor your strong and forcible reoommenda
tio'!* I should ftill bare b*-en ?n bed.
It i" really a pity this sp^c-fic should not be ap
proved b* medical men, a:id like mIi patent d. u^r. it
?hoo!d puffer the imputation the pu nc gener* ly
^ive to snco rr-parati.>n8 I mv elf, who was al
*ays opposed to a patented specifi;, took this medi
cine with reluctance, and without confidence in it,
-.'id it wa* only tftrongh your disinherited, friendly
-ccommendations, and my criti sal rftHntion that ia
I.icod m? to try this r"?Uy beneficial Vegetable
Yea war inform Messrs. Mortimer A Mewbtay
hat rhs-v >rw at liberty to main u*? of my ninw Iu
h. piip; ?rtof the good effects of l)r. Hampton's
Ve^et?bl? Tincture, al it h?s cured me in flvt, weeks
of a chronic Jnjlammatory Rheumatism, coutra'te^
under tropical dimabts, atidot seven years' periodioil
filtration. I hitve on y n>*e'! threw bottle*, and tind
thsi ev?n the dtformeil parts of my hnnds are faet
etorn-og o their farm-* n itura' at pe-?rau'e
I h -?<? been under t- e treatment of teveml phy
sicians In London and Pan?, without any apparent
benefit; al?o, while iu New Ycrfc, liaviug tried *he
Thompsonian and -lomoepathio rfiuedt^s a'ter hsv
ini b-en torcaeDted with galrtuic ba teri<?8, <ylJ
r.nJ aromatic 'oatbs aui hu.vir?ls of internal and
external meiicintj, all to no effect, I am, * > lar.
?ured by thi*' fiaiapu-n's Vege able Tincture only.
Ther??f->re, ray ear sir, accept < f the assurance
ay gratitude, ani beiie*e tic your well wisher.
Thgxas CJasot
REV. Var.NON E.-KIilDQB, U. S. N.
POBTSMOUTU, Va , Aug. 18,18S1.
Mr. J. E Bons*1? e>-rsir: While I s.m, in ger.?
'ai, cpT>Of??l to pacnt medicines, candor compel? me
to atate thst I have i^re^t coofideiic" in the virtue
of il^mptoc's VegpiaH- Tinctur-. For several
month* past I have used It in my family ; and in
i.-ppepria, loss of a!>p*;ite, dizeinesa, and generi.1 d^
. with entire success. So tar as my ??xperi-n,.?
I eittenln, therefore, I take pleasure in recommend
iug it to th? afflictod as a saf? aud efficient r?meOy.
i I ana, respectfully, yours
Tjsai?0"? Ehxtudcs,
ChapUin, Uuice<l States Nevj.
WA5HI50TC5, May 17. lSf>8
Morthner A Moworuy : Gantlemw?H ir
ing bwsn aati.-Uri with LiTer Complaint. f t?-n airv
ntuadirg, I hsrtv'y, lor tha b neiit of the aflli :t< d,
ploaaur- in anuoun'-ing that .-?ftf r usin<
? f.tw b<.ttlc8 of your Tincture, I found it litd p.c
comi<iialifri a jierfner cure 1 have u.?*l different
aied'Cliitri fro'n 'Iuh t > t ??. b H have never be?a
abl-: to account tor a-y api> ireut good, anu is a
fcleesijsg to siric!>n liumsiiity sh? tliatmedl la*1 is
10iia-i which pog.-?-'Be:! the won.ier- cs paver of prt>
lon^ing r.timan life. The many ?i resit has wr/ajr.t
j, a FuSlctenl gnarantee oi' tile beneficial r-sultr
*7bich lixsy be oxpeiienoed fr> lt> its Vou**,
cat ^ectfuily. . J- Ouei.mh UAt
C^il a-Ju sr.t pamphletb gratis. n> e "DT*s ct
(Xugh, BrrnMU*. Hluumat vn, Xruraiyw.. Dysprp
rio, AtT"wufn?? mi Gen ir<il Weakness- At a feaa e
medicine or lor delicate children we believe it un
^O-Soldby MOP.TIMRR A MoWBRAY, 140 Balti
more sf.eot, Baltimore, and SOi "roadway, New
Vcrtfc 'JliAo. fTOTi A CO , WtVXR, J. B. M00KK,
yTT, and II MciPHERiiON, Wa?hingfen; also, by P.
H. P. CI^HEli, Qeorgetrwn; and C C. BERRY,
,\l?xandria, and by Druggists everywhere,
sug 81?tr
HODSEK BSPSKii and ofh-r? are romlnd?c< that
the tbllowina lint of articles are of Ui* Tery
nest description, and csn be purchased from the gub
briber on as low terras m any other house in the
. jty. A large assortment %n.l sspply al**iy6 od
Oil* of all 4 Oneenswari
?ainta Brushes
Oamphis' Clocks
Varnish L."?mps
Turpentine Chandeli?ra
Window Glafli Oirandoiat
Ohina V?-vh .
I Eart' -*nw*r- 'JriUanaia Ware
i Qlase Ac., Ac., A:?
i 3o<>ls eer t to any y.^rt oi the city free o* charg*.
I 'tountrr d^al-rs will do *ell to call.
Jtfc street, ocp Beidt-u A Wither^' Bank
mar ' 7 tf
OSilSv'NS desiring to kd I money to Ireland, can
I otilain checS. for ?i or more, on the Belfast
aokin^ Company, payable in a'il the pr.ncipaj
-?wtiB. Apply lo CIIDB8 BROTOSKS,
Btnk?ri, oppofdtft th* Tr^ary Cu'liirg,
+m < 'W - mn1'
'fUE Great IV- ni?r ?f the Wo.li bn a* length
be-n di.-^covere 1. You cannot innie one hair
wiiit? or bl?ck. bu'. Mr BYU0.N H. HQBri has at
| 1- n^th procured the truth cl the gr-wt se n-t, alter
am;h * udy, toil. an . expanse, how to maae the
j Viir c-r! and wave in the iu- st grac ful ui-.iiin-r for
'--.fe Tne proprietor has travelle-i through varif up
! part* of E'.irop-, for upw \v is of uiue y?a-8 in ae ir h
i ?: ta^ c?l>r.rated chemist and physioiogi. t, M.
.que*, and has at It-ngth foui: I him id ltaiy. hud
i p-ir-haied of him 'he rec-ipt for th? fun of J'i.lMj >.
I All person* having the mo-<t uncouth andco*Js?
| l.^oliins? hair can have if tranf >rm*l i'lto the ujf st
I t?>uotil'ul and eurlif^ appearance th-?t <*uld be de
I v. Tf-i. The cijpositioc of which th- article is com
poped will not co>t more t'lan 60 cents, end but one
application i? need'd to the hair *o cause it to wave
!n tfie most uuifirm aad p?rfect manner for life,
ai-1 thus itrprover the looks and appearance one
hutdrwi p^r c*ut We now effer this wonderful
dl-eovery to the world for the mm of f I 00.
U-fct all letters to BY HON H UodH, rarininz
ton. Irumbdll oo., Ohio, ind the receipt will be im
medi'taly forwarded to the person.
All letter" um.-t be p' at paid to secure attention.
| Sep I? -Sol
I rf tug jjubscrlbers take pleasure in announcing to
X tile i>?hlic tha' tbeir stock of GAS FIXTUiiKS,
-ooprisinvt ?om? of the bwt and latent patterns, ha?
fc?ea rec? ived, and tha. they are c?w prepared tc sell
at 'he lowest rates. Persons in want? f Gas Kiitaree
?vi.! T'lea* call and examine -ihey will no doubt
And It to their interest.
Dwellirg- and public boil lisga fitted with ga?-to
btng at the usual ratea
dse 16?tf Pa. a v., bet. loth and llth. s. side.
'?laxfu avenue, between 4J4 and 6th sis.
Manufacturer or steam Engines, fc.iiers,
Wat?r Tank.-;, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers and
Will Werk generally.
Will furnish Saw Mills, all kinds of Oastin^a,
Wrou/ht and Ce*t Iron Pipes, and?verything in the
Iron line generally.
T*o Minat! ESGlS'K.ton bard and for pale. For
information a ldre*s G. 1. NOYJtS, W? ?;on Iron
Mornr, W'aahinztcn. T> ?i. >v 1A?tf
i'HF 'iflce of fiie Inventors' Pro .action National
UiJon" is 'T. 7tb oppo site the East Por
t'ro <jt the .'a vnt ('Si-e, and is now rea'ly to attend
"he bo"inrt?s of if< reejnb<.-rs, namely : in m&liing
?'aaination' an.l solicitia? j>ateiit.-:, Ac.
are invit?l to -all aad get a copy of the
' arion ami By law, and where any inferraa
k,ti ?il; be giye#r*c}S{'ecting the Union.
AU ?vtt-'re on basniese mast l>? -Mrr?-t?d to this vt
Ice, wfc?re atvnticn wiii be givea hn-nediiiteiy.
A .node: ahop Is in <5cciii.*ctior. with the offl'v,
xhere mo<iels c*n be mad? to order at the shortest
Ktire T. 1. CLAYTON.
K iO?ly Presider.? I P N P
Si N0Nv M8 OF THtf >KW TESTA V^>T, by K.
0. b 'ench, B. D., a'lthor of The Ptr.dy <f
World- ' *C.
A tennis^??n Abroad, or Letters tV-ofln Fr>rr>p?,
.v&wa, and Asia, br Rancclpb Ma iGaro-k A.5i . L
; i?., * m?n>-er ?4 tlie f**ph?i!l-- B^r
'J0? bookstore, oe?r 9tta at.
PW. BKO WNIMI, Merchant Tailor, Pa
. avenue, utvtar the toitwrt 8t*r?e Ho-<
t> 1 would r??pcctfr.I!y i'ifTin hfi customer
rin-1 I he public groonUly that hp he? jast re
ceived ne* 1 til and Winter goods iu gr-ati
virioty. sai-.i rs tilths, Cavsimeres, and Vps'inira t>i
tvie latest In-portetion, andprepared T/> h??v them
msue up at the shortest no'j >et ia the mofi* fashion
able manner aKd e.t low rates of priccs.
lifting mvJe srrar.'gemt-nt-' to go Into th? R<wly-j
eedsCluthla* b! siuess e_ttens!v*ly this s?flR"n, hj|
"ee* confident thet b? can offer t"1 th^se ?wishing t -
purciws? a stock or U ? thice, not interior U> any in
vhi- cite, and not marie up at the >orih, as is usu
ally the case with work sold here; but cut in htF
c*n establishment, and made bv our own needy cit
izens in this dull season at low rates of prices, he is
enabled thore'or, to compete with northern work in
po:nt of prioe>; and us to qua'?ty and style, he wsi.
leave f ir thos ? who favor Lisa with a call to 'Uilge
He can sell whole suits, Coat, Pui.ts, sod Ytst, at
the following low rates:
Good suit for business purposes, '"ut of cloth or c-s
siwere. lor tha small sum Of. flf
Dress and l'rock Cos s, from $10 to fA'
Overcoats of different styles 12 to 2i
tflack and fancy i'an'aloons jf3 f>0 to 10
,ailk and Velvet Vests I 50 to 1a)
This stock of Ckthlng is ot a sop?rior quality
*ni hv b*en mad? up fiuct' he received the tall and
winter fashions.
lie keeps constantly on hand a larjre awormpn
?>1 fancy arti les?aU'th as Gloves, Cravats, Collars
Umbrellas. Ac.
Sole Ag*nt fir the sale of Scott's Report cf Fash
ions in this dry. s?p 15?tf
Khead quarter^
>rner of Thirl rent * anil K streets, ntar Vie Thtitlre
?/?^ j?\ Iho proprietor ??f this
l?<.i j public house, kir. Wil>iattt
i*ii(r Greason, has refitted. ren
^^1^ ovated, and prepared his,
establishment tor th? accommodation OT vi.;>ers in
soeii a manner that lie trusts will giro fu I (.ati^fnc
tion to all who eitend to him their patronac;* Ua j
!ia iM*di arrangements to h>te the very best o
0Y.STKR8, Ao., for the whole ses-son, without regard
0 expense. families ard Parties promptly enpplied.
"!:p Har aud Lard<?r is at ull times at K?*d with the
befit in the !iae. Vafelrg his acknowl' d.^menta tor
part eiiCCursgement, he resp<c'fuuy inviws a c^u
tinti no? of th* saiun, with every intention anu rx
ert.on t-j pieataj.
W A lew lioiird-rj can be comfortable acootnrao
iated. B?P ^4?Pel
Com?r of Pennsylvania, av. and Third st.
The undersigned re
spectfully annouores to
his customars a:td tho
? ublic, that he has laid
iu a frerh atomic'aiaitandspirituoun liquors of tb
U?t *>/r 0115 ??tuoh may bo found fine EioaJ
ing A ctifci AJee, ai'd Lagor Bwt ; superior Braa
Jie", Vr'inae, flin, and other refreshment.''. Ei
Ixrder !s supp led rrith the best of the n.~-r'-ei,
s ??fwn, EorvKt rp at the shortest notfoj. ?.u<t hi;
Oisars aro of tiu choicest brands. 'J'bfcukf.ti t,-i
?&.it faiCitS) iie aopee to r?cs:ve a cuntinna.-r4of '.h*
B. bvliA?.
iryTH!', UKI'^ BOWMNG ti.Vt.OOST, ?
nod Hupencr stn-.ci'jro for th>- purf>?e?>. just i?i tV.
re:tr of ilr. SuhniiE, 021 third street, otf-re rare av
ducuaients to the 'overs of the ploiieurahln exercts
of o"=rlii.;/. It has three alleys, lr' * ?-ith at e
'iuubed skill, the best in the citv, ?uJ eTer, att-^
:ion is ?ivt>n to accociinwlate geuliemeu whoen j.^g.j
in the sport. au~ 10- Siu
UVA'iL A BH J., .viyrch'int Xa .jes, hav? yi?i
rutcm;.-! f- ax >'kw i'v^k wi.?-r? ih y j?
ii itj mudT p^ ohase. from ths be"t Ifa
t Kooning fc. ???"?. st?_L *r> uosr p'ei'are.1 to SJll
?JI.tllb:t 0113 -jr lh? anu nefa^lL fwv I"**1 ?
, jrt m** lito ul UCDl'' 13 IM 11 !?*?? all Oi
arnica th jy ar-* to to. to orisr m tli(
- Qst' lv^ant aci f*?Ui >n -ble styie
eeji 11-^eoiiw UUy A.LL 4 BR^.
UiSlJhKTiiMfc*> A-it
t li h ur.'deii?ic;ii'?i woti-d teepeetfuliy totorm tii>
1 fneU'i-S ai iiiinw.ucHS, aud the pabuc genarail;
..'.'a*, he still cor tir ues to -izecutv ?n order* ia a
ice -f buricer.s ir, the best mar.aor aad ?t th?fchr'*ri
?1;. cctiot.
ii.lLFAIM.1 PTO *ieatly*Dd proiaptiy esecat?"i
/? " 23 is'U1? K tC A lj 3 attoudetl to a'.
"9t^ffSOKBSOf the shortest uotrtoe, and :n the beri
aacuer. Uo'Uts prutrv:^ in CJu mrst pcrfrct
? <r, evm in lh*. vrrnvtl x'athxr
K-r paat favors, he would reeprvrtftiii *
c'.fcit, and wili endeavor to merle u oonil^uecae 0
he same. A>'THONY BOOULY,
i'?. are, s. side, betr- en 9th ana sti;
t'..3Sldeu'_n: &ir. Martin's, bio. 3S>6, D street, t ir-/
b<nne east-ot lth street mar IT ? ly
W0U1.D rt.ry>e-:ftilly return n.y thants to the
_ citiiens of iVaai.ington and its vicinity for then
t'a5. patronage, aa j. say ih*; ;? ving to the hvqaent
i%ils in the under taking br-.tuu of my basit.e?e, 1
da*-* bren initi'-tu lo tii&aoiiCsius tlie manual art
'! 5?'urTiitur>!, sud turn u?y a'.ier,tk/b lu'ly to the
UNDKRTAK1NQ. "i h'.ve spared uu pils to iiu?'
;?sety thing tna-is re^uifite to my bu?ia??.s, and i
?n :h-rciore fuuy prepared to iiieo-t .?'jy 01 iar aju;i
1 ir* momerte rr>*i-n?, 1 ?nd 7 asfur* t"ior,s
? jaii that 1 wui spare no paiiiB t? carry our
-U.-ir or ierr to their entire *atMli cLon.
No 410, 7th St., ??!:*S'.n U aiid B
11.?Celia ?ueaa!^ to ?t ?ii nocri, cf U.9 nigh'.
in?r 3?ly
I W. PLANT A CO. h .viu - removed frumtbfir
tj . old stand, on I) sirret hutwu.m tftn and I0t ^,
to their pr-sali; place of liUuMy a, uu the > .iSt hide
?yt "th. between G ?ad 11 st*, res, -c-rally auaounve.
that they are prepared at the snortest n ;t' !e, a C
jX aU hours of the night, to attend to out* tna?ie in
he lin* cf th?ir busiueH-. Bel'>4 prepared to fa
jieii funerals in thu most <rompiet" and appropri ?t<
iiianner, and U> d' TOte them?eivt:fl holety to the bus
t'tess of Undertaking, uoih.ni; fhail be wanting oc
their pert to givo entire K-iti>f?coon to thos. * ho
t-uiploy rheiu. As soie owners ot Crump's Paititt
Crrpse Prtifrrvrr, J. W. l l^nt k Co. re?p?ctfu ly in
' lie p'ilih : attention to the sup*riority of (.tump's
Corpse Preserver ovr eveiy oih' r invention <. f tae
.hid. a* it rnny be effectually us.,-4 for the dead bod\
euhout placing it iu a box of ice or the ice being
in actual contact with the coipae. Crump's Corpse
Teserver has never been kn ^wu to h3 :n th- hot
tr->t weather, to give satis^ction, ??? can be p>*oKed
oy uumurous certificates, hhrouas et different
ftind^ made to order at the shortest notice, and on
&be m<>st reaeonaole term.:.
Ihi advertider'acharg'-3 arc below the usual rate?
oi other Undertakers.
A Hearse al ways in re?dines*. au? I'-i??v>tf
iti varieties, neatly executed, on the most
reasonable terms, by
Pennoylvania avenue, south side, 2d door
Ap ? t?'i from 13th etreet,
N.?w vork, Texas, (J?rJar.->!ft,
Hsw Jei^sy, LcMiiu?a.\i?. MiKS-tv. i,
Peaaaylri,nk% Altbame, Kerilufaiy,
Mirylsnd, Oeorgia, Mi^gan,
iiune. Wiscouslj. Chi>o,tuj
U nneeoto, llorlda, Other Ll?t??;
9&.UROK C, 1C1IU Ait,
crnci 0P?0?rj to fas raiiacaY aot^wss.
.<?? 19?y WASHINGTON. V. {1.
PRAC110AL (J Ali K ITT Kit,
10th strett, between l'enna aveo je and ti street,
(Frto <1 k>t? abuvt. ftc<J(lire's Auction Slorr.) );
HAVING served a regular ?pprentic-.shiyof over
five yearn at the Gas Pitting bu ii.e<< a
in oneol the iar^e't estab'ii-hments ia I'hil-i*^^
adeij.hia, I lid ifcrpoctfutly in! in ' JR
citizeT n of M'ashiugt n and G orgetowii -LJEM
.hat lam prepared to lit no Dwell;ai<s, < hurciic*
stortf, Ac., ia a neat sud 6ubsti.nt.al manner, u d
wsrr*rted not to le.k
T. L. ex. > ales all Hind* of iron Pip* Work, for
t(a?, <-teaa, Mud wuv*ir, at the shorteat notice, unJ
on eccouimoaatiiig term> *
Nujreroiis lefrrences g'.v: n if require!.
BCD IS? let*
Iv N u * it U AK ViKNl-i.?.-to?ker Oaaial, c|i>-h
) mtre m-ruvo. S..\rur Sc. tcb woti!, O u-t uie
1 to, U-"ia thi aJ, and co t n UNDtiiU^i,?
r,KMf aaitr, Cellar#, U:un ,md Mud u t'Ototiij
at blG fci'd,
top ltt? WitUfds' Hotel.
: a u
TaiAscti Brpaktme^t, August 2ft, 1354.
Notic* it hereby giv.*n to the holder:' of * ae tol
lowing-described stocks of the United States tb*t
this department is prepared to purchase, at any
time between the date hereof and the 20th (lay of
November next rortions of thos? ffock?, amounting
in the agjre?r?te to $.'1,810,000, in the mauner and
on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit:
. Jn case of *ny contingent composition, w ithin the
iuuouQt ttatsd, pra.erttnc* f.ill be given la lhe or
d.T of time in which Bail stocks may he off-red. The
certificates, duly a?8iirned to the United States, by
the parties who are to receive the amount ther of,
nnpt be transmitted to this department; upon the
receipt whereof, a price v-ill ba pni , compounded
ot' the following particular* :
1. ^te pur value, or amount speciflsl in each or
2 A premium on the stock if the loan authorised
by the w;t of July, 1*46, red?cmill? November 12,
L856, of S per cen 4 on the stock of the loan ?u
thorized by th* art of 1842. r^de-mnble 3tst Dcoem
rer. 1862, of 11 per cent; on the stock of fhe loan
.inthmitvd by the acta of 1847 and 1R48,and r?dee;.i
al.le, the former on the 31st December, 1867, aid
the latter on the T0th June, 180S, of lt> per cent;
and ou the ptuck of the loan a 'thorn-1 by the act
of 1850, and redeemable on the 31st December, 1864
(common! called the Texan indemnity,) sis per
3 Interest on th* par of each certificate from th*
1st ot luly. 1854, to Ih-3 d -te ?f r oeipt aud ?et le
nient at the Treasury, witn tae allowance ("or the
money to leach the ow :>er) ><f one day's interest in
1 Pay men; for sa'd stocks will be msde in drufs ol
the Tr^anur'r of the United Sta os, on the assistant
:rea?ur- r at Lorton, Vew York, or F*bilade!p> ia, af
j the pirtii s mny direct.
But 110 certificate will be entitled to the benefit ot
this notice which shall not be actnaily n-jelwl at
the Tie&knry on or before the e&ii JWth day 01 J.o>
Tfmber next.
a"K 28- d_29vov Secr-tsry of Tre*
17 LABARRK would respectfully inf rtn the pub
, lie thai he haa opened a Shop at th? corner C
and lOib straits, in the abovy bosine'W, and is now
reidy to receive orders in any branch, namely:
on all kinds of ornam?nts for churches, cbalico*,
e *%is, and re-_;H'ia for F:ee Marons, C*2d fr?r->v-s,
and inillt/'ry ornments, A". A".?,
8T:.T* AND R!U?8 WAT0tH>".
Chaicj, Uol let. v Locr.tts, Tea and 'i.*Ue '-pet*:
T?<vi?ect nnd Hettar EiiiTes.
')? Military fteani?^t?t i'rait Baf&eta, Waiters,
CftCdl.?ti.-'-i sWrCa.
aI'l -Ttr jo*:. 4 lor Plnrjbers,ni'? ft *rr. rr.
/ill wcajgg.tr' ft* aaijr^'T', Frt3 od l f^l
i?rs, and ctfc? tetdttien *t;i Clubs m*a* ??% >rdor
0* tie bi.:>rbMt IK v.ee.
I'UA wI3 LulBi!UiK,
Corbet C cr??. I-'u vest, n.*r I uve
r?e 5?Pn _ ^
r* TV M Atfr-. "'"V 9 '?*'?' ; F? '<L'
i- Wi'At-1
!.hs Cri?v of *sx? !
Not ft Faisal? 01 *w.-^L?vr -:n it.
&elsy*am.a Es?i? f<-vHeroftslf-"ir-pr y
Stttsm, obetsn^aCata^scnsXTj^aont^iii j-lc? oj
t'iistuiraon j ;nic 8ot?
C,.fj,Rin? Womc* Tetter, 8r*!4 ? nl?rgc
rM r~.f anC Ot tJ'B E 2.Ti:> JC 3-^ r'tolbcn)
Uic*r% iij'pbUi'.w Ms i" i,l * -* . -i-1*-' '-Vm
plstntt,wadallsfe?s?gfreni ftsjctfdoui
V..-;ofM?xcof/. l*-prac .:?.**i*w i ^ -A
iLs . ,
?<* * ;3 vf'r.e' H Wa'Vire t mct, vSs
? tcv >^e ?'laifcft* oi cx'.ioivi. / 2^*/
i&Mbsl '? trough lt? ageney,lwindu I ta "??
v.n, **?V orient t ^'""t oft*::ir fr '?({', to ot f
? ;V.. pnb'i^vUobdt wii'i l.?e luiBMtiN '
it.t09 ia h* rirtnes a;;i v.-adciful curaL'v. pro;-*'
:?jn. Tu? fjMn-rhiR ?.rti^?*4' *?, s?I?-*t^d rrcw ? i?rr<
rcn>V.*r, ar?: Iw^iier, ttixtrxtr it riia-cy 'bar; ? ? t
nutimrfoithepioptietiiK;tod ?r?aU tnia
t-esc^n vreii kiiot.'ji ?o i-i ol a? b:^h.
w rM<*e^t?UlU;>.f2SB ? ef t*:?jc.K? >~i, k? o'.r <-ity ol
' ?.? % Yv
jP. l OYflllN, Elfei, If tfc3 ?vcfcj.::gs iUeh
*>t?d.V2o?n 'Ati? ? :l c?e, sijs fa* s-ius-jn tfcc Jirdj
'ite called C?.'. iJnsn MiMr.ir *.
?.?crs- ?wire- Ir.n'crlT u thr ?? fo?
,--hich ill? reooroae?*?*., v?I; ? i. e n. . a.r i?:
recblte. Hr??Lj ? ii a. a; ?? . ti*crcineei
Le-iifine lie b?? ev jf ivo.
AiiVH ANt WV; R?C'i lA? feerr' j
rrrtifyth*- Jcett-rs' . if b?;1 .4f?e and f?? ol
> e irost viclei)t o*scrip..??? I brd vrrrr.5V\\ ?.:
c?M, trek !?rce (joftisiicie: jf Ct'J'Cia? , t r<_
/ ellere all th? Touict &.ivorti;.;-a lut :\ij v ihoin
;^tit'snentrelir' At !r I - l'-d h
''" ?^Tore, tw'O bcttl/i'M i el?., tnally o?jr-d <cc.
?i.ii I?rffctopylo ? y I hed r*ulr Ufcili* ji
^ H liU: bti -05?l tiff
r"'(i #Llth' on''": ?-1 ??' * r>-itr>>?.
r ne.* JOBM -U-fPs'i ?
X ir?.. Hl_- is. i?,' f 2C V
C. K. LUC'S, Jfaaj. r.ov In ti.?cJc? it USxa ,1 *
?<r ' fcr EhD y yrtr>:, u tefc'-e. h*a until w I
c. noein &*tciib>aifc? ?cy of Curl-.'a fyin'ti
Vistare, that he bs? vic -.?.-i:T uiwardo < i oS
ohioiihehtsgivet y to the 'ifTiiah^i *Ir. Lutl1
-.- ^cfcsiutE >?Yet h t'?t- It to ^riiUtr rt ic. ori
Tt. * pranfeir.^ i'hyaiJM,, una fc-i mer !y
c-i the City ?)?te), lu tLe cn> c; Ki'-'-iraond, aays ii
kwwihi^asedlsa ntanber rf lnEt*nr?sthe e&ectt t
rartei'stfpwnich Mi/.tme, wh^h xrcreic-" tr,,!y ?i *
i rising Be sayain a fj?orC'?nsumptioi!,(leT-f uUv;.
on th? Livr, the kma". tffe<*t8 v ere wonderful nti'e-o
BA.VUKL M.DBlNESR.of thr fire- ol bricV t I
Itonis, Bichmtjjd, waK cnre?l ofXiterConpiunt ov t
years (standing: by th* ??? ct two ht-i.tlfteoi Cartel',
flpfciisb Mixing
GMIA'C CCBJSi Ct ffCF.OIULA The Cditois e
'he Hicfcmcrd Vqpublicc-n hiul a servant employee a
'hr'.r pre:* rwn, cared of Tiolent Bcrcfit'.a, cowtih'r.'.'
xUh P.tcumaiifm, which entirely disabled film froi,
work. T wc oottlee of Carter's Si aniuii Mixtvin !aaai
k ppfrtl cure ^fhirn and the Editors, in a publ'.cnr
?Jff. rt} they "cfcerfUUt recommend it to ?l!w>? ?r*
vaticted with swy ol the blood."
t v;ry Valuable bov cur-;! of Sorofula by Cartel'
FprnjRh ailrtnre / oonsHer It trniy a valoahl*
meOkJre. JAM&B M. iAlConductor ou th(
B F. A P. R. It- Co,, Iliehmosd. Ve.
r.ALT vmtTM or tv.tvty yiars rtakvixu
CUE. Mb.
Mx. JOHN TIlOJ'JfcUN, residing ia the city
Richmond, war- curad by three bottles of Corter'f
Spanish Mixture, cf P?lt Uhenm, whiob he litd
Lparlj twen'.y years, end vhith all the phyFaciact
cfthe city could not cur*. Mr. Thornrsen i ? a well
known m-rchaat In the dt? cf Rickiatnd. V?.; end
hie cnr'i is inoet remarliAble.
WM. A. 14ATTDKW8, ff ?i?hmond, Lad a i?r
rant enred cf fyphi!^, in the worst !brm, b7 Car
ter'a Bpe.nlah Mixture, Me says Le cheerfully re
ccoimcnd? it, and oom-ia^rs it an 11.valuable ciedl
EDWIN BURTOK, ct mmistioner of the revenue
Siya be baa seen the good efTects of C arter's Spanish
Muturein a number of Syphilitic and says ii
is a perfect cure for that horrible disease.
VtM. tt. HARWGOD, ol Itichmond, curcd of old
?or?s and Ulcers, which diaablt d him frt m walking
?ook? few bot*le? of Carter'* Fpenish Mixture. ??t]
wee enabl'd to walk without a srstch, io&rfaorl
csj< permanently cared.
' jMuctpal Pepots at M. W.*RD, CL0BL* * 00, Nc
Eii Mallen Lar.c, New York.
3. W. 1)1 OTT * SONS, i\o. 1S3 North Second street
PKN riin*r ii h.tHUe. No. l'ifi Malr. street, Rich
And for sale b? CflARLSf! FTCTT, ^sshfnjftcn
V. C.; F?NRY VfeRL, Alexandria, and by Rrcggi^t
If I lee $1 v?r Vottle, or six bo<tJss frr
nv 81-t
YOU wili find at the samt Oi.D fTAND, Penna/l
r&aia avenue near 12th stifvt r'^ro.-ite thi
(erfng Hotel. !/)OKFNO OLABSFB ir'th or wlthom
Fr^mea, 1'ortraJt, Pwture and Miuituie frratuen o
th? Utiist ?tyl?j; Brackets, Tablet, Room Moulding
OernleM; 4e : ttr by 1e?rivg your crd^r ycu sat
*ny o.?r' lane tu ay iuy
N. H.?Old Frtinuf, *t tni .?>acrtet>. no
dee on rewon?ble terms. Dont forget the place.
hb?-lj JOHN WAtiWKR.
o tlAn-9ri, ; ? Olit^B ?,UJUJs #i.l isv
A young English sailor, on the verge
of the Black Sea, gives an account of a
skirmish in winch he was engaged with
a party of Russians, one of whom he
'? We dispersed, a few hundred yards'
uistance from the beach, to keep ih<
coast clear while the boats'crews made I
prizes of tue guns. The enemy had the
advantage of the wood, aud also of know- i
mg the country well. A troop of them i
showed in advance, and we were ordered I
to fire. I took steady aim, and fired on
my man at about sixty yards. He fell |
.ike a stone. At the same time a broad
side from the went in among th<
trees, and the enemy disappeared, we
could scarce tell how. I felt as ihougi
I must go up to him, to see whether he
was d*ad or alive. lie laj- .piite still,
aud 1 was more afraid of him lying so
than w hen he stood facing mo a few min
utes before. It is a strange feeling to
come over you all at once that vou have
killed a man. lie had uubuttoned bis
jacket, and was pressing his hand over
'.he iioiu of his chest, where the wound
was. lie breathed hard, and the blo*l
poured from the wound, and also from
his mouth, every breath he took. Ili-1
[Ve was as white as death, and his evet
looked so big and bright as he turned and i
stared at me : I shad newt forget it. H?
was a fine young fellow, not more thar
ti\e and twenty. I went down on my
knees beside him, and mv breast lelt as
full as thoutrh my heart would burst lb
had a real English face, and did not look
nkc an enemy. Wha^ 1 felt I never can
tell, but if my lite would have saved
his, 1 believe I should have given it. 1
laid his head on my knee, and he grasped
hold of my hand, aud tried to speak, but
his voice was gone. I could not tell a
word he said, and every time he tried to
speak the blood poured out so 1 knew it
would he over. I am not ashamed u
.sav 'hat 1 was worse than he; for he
never shed a t?nr, and 1 couldn't help it.
ilia eyes v.-. re closing, when a gun whv
('red iiotu the , to order ut aboard.
aud that around him. He pointed to
the beach, where the boat was just push
ing oil wiuh the guns which we h*u
taken, and whera our mariners wen
waiting to man the second boat, ami
then he pomied to the wood, where th
CUcItjy wsm concealed. Poor tV-tlow 1 h?
iitiic thought how I had shot him down
l was wondvriug bow t could leave him
'o die, and no one near hiui. when h
had something iike a convulsion lur a
moment, and then his l;ice roib'd .>ver
and with a sigh he was gone. I u us, th*
Almrg.ity has received his soul. I laid
his head gently down on the grass a.,d
, . hl1,n- , lt seemed so strange when 1
looked at him for the last time. I some
how thought of everything ! had hoard
about the 'lurks and Russians, and tu<
rest ot them: but all that seem on so ,,u
ojj, and the dead man so > ear /"
injc Ahtlticku op his own* Fortune.
The following is- from the speech deliv
ered by Mr Macready, not iong since,
before the Sherborne Literary lustitu
The first time I visited Canterbury.
1 wished, of course, to see the Cathedra'l.
A gentleman there b\ the name of ,\ib
tin, the surveyor and architect of the
building accompanied me. lie had re
decoratid almost tne whole of the inte
rn i, and had restored the dilapidated
portion of the western front. Ho was
the artificer of his own fortune, and had
raised himself to this position from a
state of almost actual destitution ; he
h.id formerly been the servant, of a frienu
ot mine, and when he reached Canter
bury he had not half a crown in his
pocket He directed my attention to
everything worthy of notice. It wa
opposite the western front that he stoou
uuh me, before what seemed the site of
a small shed or stall, then unoccupied,
and said ? Upon this spot a little barber
shop used to stand. The la*t time Lord
Kilter den came down here, he brought
ms son with him, and it was my duty,
oi course, to attend them over the Cathe
II1' 1 .^en we ca,"e to this side of it
ie led his son up to this very spot, and
said to him, " Charles, you see this little
shop: J have brought you here on pur
ple to show it to you. In that shoo
your grandfather used to shave for a
' pmiy" ,'ihaLis tlie Pro,,dpsf reflection
of my life. W hile you live, never forget
that, my dear Charles.'' And this man,
the son of a poor barber, was the Lord
Justice ot England. Far the very
reason, therefore, that the chances of
>uc i great success are rare, we should
ditirm'?f?tV? pliU1u m imIjrovui^ thecon
0 ,lll0se whom accident may de
press, or fortune may not befriend."
A Ckau Story.?A ludicrous scene oc
curred a short time since on one of our
most frequented wharves, of which, per
haps, you may not have heard. It seems
some hirsute hunter had captured a huge
grizzly bear up among the mountains
somewhere.and, intent upon "realizing"
something <mt of him, had duly e*"ed
him, brought, him to the city, and placed
hnu on exhibition in a room opening, foe
will say. upon Pacific wharf. Over the
door he posted in conspicuous, latters the
legend ^ (as Peeuix would have it)o!
Lai^e Bear, the largest ever caught?
admission oU cents,' An unsophisti
cated, raw-boned, long-legged, lank Piite
county man, fresh from the mines, (ex
cessively vvtdant^and matter of fact, and
independent with all,) in shuffling down
the street, read the sign and thought he'd
liKe to look at the "critter so ho paid
the admission lee, and, after satisfying
his curiosity, went on his way, 'The
day after, one of our German fellow citi
zens opened the vei;y next rown to that
where Br urn was on exhibition and posted
over his door a sign on which was pmited
in huge capital* Lager Bier.' Uui if lk?
county friend aauauwU Iong-l#ggedly
.i!.< i.iU'JC-J BJ 1
dowu the street soou afterward*- tod
thunderstruck when he read the new sign.
?? Larger Bear !" said he; Larger Beer!
why, dog darn that other feller's eye*?
he said his'n was the largest bear ever
kelched?1 ve been .swindled*." and aa
wrathful as Achilles, he mad* om rush
ti>r Brain's exhibition room, swept in
? ike an ungainly thunderbolt, regardleas
of admission fees, and, without one word,
pummelled our worthy friend the hunto
almost to death, and utterly ?cleaned
him out."?California Pioneer.
Anecdote of Isaac Mii.htkr.?At Cam
bridge, as well as at other colleges, the
sizar students were, in consideration of
certain pecuniary privileges, expected to
perform various offices of a menialChar
acter, such as riging the chapel bell,
serving up the first dish to the college
reliows in the dining hall, ete. These
s?>i vices have now for some yean been
dispensed with at all the colleges. In the
south of l5aac Milner, however, (after
wards Dean of Queen's College, Cam
bridge) ho had, as a poor scholar tailing
on to eminence by painful self-denial, to
perform the oilier of a sizar. It ia recor
ded of him. that in waiting at dinner sp
un the heads of the college, the young
- udent let fall a tureen full of soup, be
ie no small disappointment, doubtless,
f i he appetized guests. A smart rebuke
was aduiinistfwrd to him for his careleMa
II-. ss. "When I am in power I will abol
ish this nuisance, gentlemen," was thera
ply. A hearty laugh was the result, ee
u likely did it seem that the raw, un
couth. blundering Yorkshire lad should
ever rise to be vice-chancellor of his uni
v. i>ity. Yet, in a few years be did aU
f:tin that eminence, as well as the honor
of uicomparabiles attached to his degree.
Lie had the satisfaction of fulfilling his
boyish declaration, and relieved the aixer
.students from the uncalled-for burdeft
which he in his own youth had boroa.
Hood's Advice ox Ub.vlth.?"Take
precious care of your precious health; but
..,u, as the housewife says, to make it
k; jj. Why, then, don't suioke-dar it, or
p.-kle it in everlasting acids, like the<ier
Don't bury it in a potato pi^like
Irish. Djn't preserve it inspirits,
the barb .nans Don't salt it down.
!' .<? the Newfoundlanders. Don't pack
;i .a ice like Captain Back. Don't parboil
?r l:ke goose berries. Don't pot, and. don't
bang it. A. rope in a bad ' cordon sant
i.l il e." AtOTe *ll.?lon't<e?pc?d i*. Let
ifi anxiety l *ve "thee on the kip " Con*
- !?i j;ur health as your greatest and best
iri -nd. and think as well of it, in spite of
i*?> foibles, as you can. For instate*.
iuver dream, though you may hare a
???'< ver hack," of galloping consumption,
r indulge in the Meltoniau belief that
?? u are going the pace. Never fancy
tu<y time y<?u cough yuu are going to
j?"t. Hold up, as the shooter says, orer
? m roaghts^jround. Despondency, in
ice ca*c\^Fthe overweight, that you
uny kick i fie beam and the bucket both
at >'!ice. lu snort, as with cases, never
meet iruubie half way, but let him hare
tii ? .vhole walk for his pains. 1 have
*. .-ea known him to give up his visit in
of the house. Besides, the beet
k! < e against care is ha ! ha!?wherefore
?an to have one around you whenever
y.-'i can. Let your ' lungs feow like
eh mticleer,' andias like a game cock as
j <?sible. It expands the ehest, enlarges
the heart, quickens the circulation, and,
like a trumpet, makes the "spirit danoe."
: e
K ?
< ?ne or the thousand bachelors who
!. ve \isitcd Margate lately, expresses an
un iivorable opinion of the free and easy
st \ ie of people at the seaside. "I waa
Mitiiig," he says, "on tlie point of a break
? at*-r of rough stones, when two ladies
"a?nc up with children in their arms.
One of them p^ceeded to undreg&a boy
ot about two fears old or so, with the
intention of Jipping him. Not being
very successful, the lady came across the
-?tone to me, and actually asked me to
'Hke her youngster and dip hitni1 She
held him out by the arm to me as a fish
monger would otfer you a salmon!
What could I do? 1 took him asdireo
tad, joused him over head and ears, the
child screaming all the while, and the
mother imploring me not to let him go.
Most thankful was 1 to get nd of th#
little responsibility, particularly as he
was not at all a nice boy, and socae of
the young ladies who had come down te
see the fun might take me for his father.
A polite ri quest lrom the other lady to
uahe her little girl of three, I rejipect^
fully, but firmly declined to perform."
A Good Stout.?A gentleman in a
neighboring city, in pursuit of a goofe for
dinner, was attracted by the sight of a
plump, extra sized one. 1
?? Is that a young one ?" said he to the
rosy cheeked lass in attendance.
" Yes, sir, indeed it is."
?? Ilowmnchdoyouwant for it?" asked
the gentlemanl
" A dollar, sir."
" That istoomuch,Ithink,sayeetenty
five cenU, and here's your money,"
" W\'I1, sir, its I would like to get yon
as a steady customer, take it."
The goose was carried home and roast'
cd. but found to be so tough as to be un
eStaWeu ' '
The following day, the gentleman acr
coated tlte fair jkmlturer? ...?
" Did you not tell me that goose was
young, which I bought of you 7"
" Yes, sir,! did. and it was.",.
" No, it was not." .
" Don't you call me a young woman?
I am only nineteen."
" YtS. 1 do." .. in; 9 .i?9
" WelL I have heard mother say, many
a time, fhat il was nearly six week youn
ger t ha urne."
> _ 'Oh, dear J" ex?Uuned aa urohin
whe was ^Uewu^g a grceu apple, ??I've
swallowed an <?td fellow " "An, odd
leilow !???? ^yee^ he ts giving toe cbt
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