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evening star.
TO FL0EEWC8 HIGBTIITOALE
Lady ! in our England's story,
There are names we proudly say
Names of women writ in Heaven
With us Mill, and pa^d away?'
But in all the awning record
Which tly angels love to read,
F17 ?*r' c,aini the eRrnest homage
B* our heart* to thee decreed.
Lady! when to weeping households
Word of thy devation came,
High and lowly called thee angel.
Wives and mothers blessed thy name;
W here the rectory rosea cluster,
Where the whitened cottage peers,
In the old manorial mansion
Eyes were filled With thankful tears.
L,Vl3L! lhe wounded soldier
Lifts his head and looks on thee,
Hope will come and softly whisper
He may yet re-cross the sea;
Vet return his mother's kisses,
As she shudders at his scars,
Yet behold x face still dearer
Seui in dreams beneath the stars.
Lady ! thou *as left for duty,
All that gives to life its charm,
And we pray that God may keep thee
With thy sisters sale from harm.
Ever shall thy name and story
Cause the heart a blissful thrill,
When our warfai e long is over,
And we all are lying still .?[London Xeus.
Thb Negroes and Colored Citizens
of Brooklyn moving!?A meeting of
the members of the Colored Political As
sociation of Kings County, was held at
Rev. Mr. Hodge s Church on Thursday
evening, the President, Rev. Wm.
Hodges, in the Chair. The following
preamble and resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, we, the colored inhabitants
of the city of Brooklyn and county oi
Kings, feeling that a great wrong is
heaped upon us by requiring us to be in
possession of 8250 worth of real estate,
before can hav* the privilege of cast
ing onr votes, and believing that freedom
is one of the first principles of all demo
cratic institutions, therefore
Resolved, That we hold a convention
of the counties of New York, Kings, Suf
folk and Queens, in Kev. W. J. Hodges'
Church in South Cth street, Williams
burg, on the 27th of December, at 7{
P- M., lor the purpose of petitioning to
the Legislature for the abolition of the
property qualifications.
Resolutions were also adopted, inviting
a general attendance, and *T-oommending
similar county conventions on the same
day throughput the State.
A Breach of Promise Case asj> its Re
sult ?About a year since, says the New
York Express, it will be remembered, the cir
cumstances relative to a suit brought againt
Wm K. Hall, at that time Superintendent of
the Harlem Railroad, for a breach of promise
of marriage, by a young lady from Washing
ton, were published; and it was subsequently
stated that she had obtained a verdict of $13 -
000 damages against him. Since that time he
has applied for the benefit of the insolvent
act, submitted to imprisonment in the Hudson
eounty jail, and recently obtained a discharge
from his debts,?by means of which he escape?
the penalty and leaves the young lady to take
eare of herself.
Time of Departure of tiie Ocean Steamers,
?Vj-n. Kravti /or Dct.
Sarah Sanda Liverpool....Portland....Dec. 5
Washington Bremen Ne<v York..Dec. 6
America Liverpool... Boston Dec. 9
Atlantic Liverpool...New York..Dec la
?/nca New York..Liverpool... nee. la
L nion \ew Yorki. Havre Dec. 15
As?a?. - Liverpool... NYw York. Dec. 16
Crescent Citj New York..Havana Dec. 18
North Star New York..Aspinwall.. Dec. *20
Pacific. New York. .Liverpool....Dec. 20
City Manchester. .Liverpool Philadelphia. ..Dec. 20
Canada Liverpool.... Boston Dec. 23
C*hnwta New York..Havana Dec. 25
Arabia New York..Liverpool...Dec. 27
*fall,c Liverpool....New York..Dec. 27
Africa Liverpool....New York..Dec. 30
America... Boston Liverpool... Jan. a
ft?* Tne C?t 'l 'Tirta steamers leave New York on
thi 5tii -.lid ?-.Uth o?<:ach month.
A.ISA tir A Ai RIVALS AT THE HOlXLti.
Wtl tarda' Hotel?a a St j c. willars.
J L Fetigru, 9 C
W Whalev, do
R W Lowber, N Y
G A Con over, do
E B Hart, do
A H Grant, do
A M Lawrence, do
G T Uphum, Mass
M P Robertson, Va
Alex Greer, U S N
Mrs C M Farrls, N Y
W S Goon k lady, do
Col J a* Munroe, do
Mrs Cook, do
K 9 Stanard, Va
R H Stub, D C
M C Kenzie, do
\V P Bemus, do
A B Ellis, Md
Capt Pi mroy, do
B Gerhan, Pa
Hon J B Goodrich k fam
ily, Mass
Miss Clark, Md
H W Clun, Va
W M Garkncr, USA
J Lee, Md
J M Nevin, Md
Capi Hunter, do
D Perkins, Pa
J M Pierson, N Y
J H Adams k lady, N Y
Mr Cromwell, do
Urowna' (Iotal-t. r. kg. brow*.
C W Langrfan. M o
W Hambfeton. Md
J F Perkins, do
H D Pricliard,do
W J Slm^erland, N Y
Gen J L Hunter, Ala
J B Wheeler, Md
Mrs Bichards, N Y
G H Palmer, Va
J Seldon, t!o
Miss Seldon, do
J J McComb, La
A Driver, N Y
Jos Law jr, do
J J Burgess, do
M M Brsdley, do
J Van Brooklin, do
R M Potter, Pa
O B Deming k lady, Cal
J J Roe, Mo
J 11 Barker, Ohio
J L Whitfield, N Y
J C Wood, do
J Hall k lady, Ky
Miss Julia Wickliffe, do
VV Mitche'l k son Md
J W Mitche'l do
J H Fizhufe lady, Ky
Jno W Jenkins, Md
F Weems, do
VV Bruce, do
xMrs L Landey, La
Miss E Landey, do
J A Landey, do
H Lynn N Y
D Trulted, do
W Hunter, Va
T L Tinsley, Mo
W Wells, Md
J Holt k lady, N Y
Miss Wickliffe, Ky
L B Gnggm, do
L Steutervant k lady La
M P Basnitz, Pa
Jno L Haro, Mass
J Thompson, Iowa
"??tlo^al Hotel?i. n. willard.
J Van Doren, Va
P R Steele, N Y
A G Sloo, do
Geo Griscom, Pa
Cant Wm Mason Md
T B Florence, Pa
Dr Cohen, Md
Mrs C M Perms, N Y
Mr Johnson, Md
H G si Key, do
J Pott k laev, N Y
Klrkwood Hon
J B Freeman, Md
R T Wells, Mass
J W Pox, Pa
L L Johnson, Del
tf K Herman, Pa
T R Brooks, do
F A Sebons, Md
T J Kelly, Cal
W H Bebee, N Y
Kmplre Hotel? e. s. Herr.iBowxR,
i nJnhn*?,n,JV'1 D "*??? Va
H r 'J? B 1 G^m- Md
" n w' A M McCormick, Va
H D Hatou.da r Massey, do '
D WobbTu HN H Gillespie, do
F Wharton, Pa
Miss Paul, do
Jos Hodgson, N J
B P R Fendall, Md
G J Harrison, Va
G E Mackinstre k lady,
Mass
R B Jones, V Y
R Foster, Mass
W D Lhase, N Y
a?J. h. k a. EIREWOOD.
J W Redcr, Cal
T Moahen, D C
B O Laxley, Pa
J Seil, U?C?
H Arlington, N Y
W F Smith, Md
A F Peterson, Del
J P Rumscr, Md
Cnit?d Statu Hotel?r
* B Chester, Md
J Custin, NY
I Bntton, Texas
J J Scales, No
VV Mason, NY
Mrs Simpson and daurh
ter, DC *
A J Newell, Mo
Hon S Lilly, NJ
? ? hacenbt.
W Taylor, Md
J S Lawrence, Pa
M Welker, Ohio
E Am-strong, Tenn
R L Maurice, NL
A W Turner, Md
A J Parnall, Va
H Moore k ly, Mich
T Powell, Va
HaEilon House,
A. NEWTON,
B Washmgten, Va
L Tyler, do
V K Brent, de
D Sommers, do
T Marshall, do
Miss Nelson,do
Miss Harrison, do
Miss Nel?jii,Uo
S W Preset man, do
R T Colston, do
R J Glendy, do
T B Bnher, do
F L Marshall, do
II Shackelford,do
K ? MaWiaJI. do
Alexandria, Va.
PROPRIETOR.
THC Grusty, Va
J C Merillat, do <
J W J Moore, Md
G 11 Maddox, do
C R Hodges, do
N Goldsborougb, do
J I. Foxwei,
J C Herbert, do
G Mattiugly, Washington
T B Creighton, do
Capt Mitchell, do
N Washington, NY
l.ieut Bartlett, do
T Wattsou, pa
K A Dickens, DC
TO SHOEMAKERS.
I HAVE FOK SALE A LOT OF NEW AND 8KC
ond hand Lasts ftventy three pairs men's. tbre1
sett? of women's, a ftw misse.--' and boy : el o. a
complete sett of boot and ?hoe-tr*es, crimping
boards, Ac , A., which T offer very iov for cash.
. H 0. * OYKB,
No. 334 Pa avenue, near Thirteenth ft.
dee 18??o3t,
VERY STJPERIOR MINCE MEAT.
Qf VO LB?- 0F MINCE MEAT, made by Di-iier't
Ov' / Patent Cutter, for sale at 25 per cent. lesb
than It can be prepared by families.
A. JACKSON,
Corner of n and Thirteenth stceet?.
Confectioners and Hota'-kespers can bestiprlied
at Philadelphia prices by the fifty i?ounds. Call and
exam'ne. A. J.
dec 18- eolw
AT PB1VATK SALE ?A NEAT, FK-f
cond-hand Ca ria/e, for one or two)
horses, in good order. Apply at thi^ if"
flee dec IB?e 3t*
"great BARGAINS!
TERT IMPORT. NT T > HOUSEKEEPER !
THE subscribers haying det"f mined to ?? 1u*
their large stook of House Furnishing GCODS,
in ord-r to makn room for a new assoHment, h?v?
1 tsrmined to sell their pre9?a* stock at grea'ly re
duced price", at least 2^ pnr o nt cheaper that "any
other houM in 'hie city. Our stock consists of
Sofaa, Chairs, B?d end Bedstead?,
Tai 1jb, Bureaus, Wardrobes,
8tov-?s, fUrpeting, Oilcloths.
And in fact evry art'ele Tequirnl in Housekeep
ing. P?rsonp may confidently r?lycn ga'ting bar
gains if tbey give us a call.
B >NTZ A COOMBS,
Cheap Furniture Dealers,
dec 15?eo3t S'vnth street, between I aud K.
FASHIONABLE DANCING.
HK. MUNDER, !'rofegsor of Dancing at Ceorgp
? town (V lle^'e and Convent, mo;t ^espe-sifully
announces to th? public, that his Second Qua to -
will crmmenee at his new Hall, corner of Nirtli and
D street", on FRIDAY EVENING, D rember 221.for
Gentlstn-n, and on SATURDAY MOR^INO, Deo?m
bei 23J, at 9^ o'clock, for Ladies, Misses and Mas
ters. S*vera' n?w Dan^e* and V: aitz-s. that lav,
nevar b*en introduced in thi* city, wi?l be taught
All those wishing to participate in the nur.y
b?autifal dances in prep ration for his M^y Ball, ate
requested to join imrne tiatalv, ns his classes now
number upwards of 1525 pupils, which v.iil ol 1 g
hira to limit the number for his second quarter
Por further particulars please enquire at Mr. .T.
F. EuLIi' Mu ic Store, Pa. avenue near Tenth 11.
dec 14 -eo'm
THhi UJiDEHSIGJiED, having mad* au
assignment of tfapir sL'tkof geeds aed debts
due them to Gforge dlotboure and John W. Eng
land, thos? inJebt. d will plea e call and settle whh
th?m o. their agent, Thcmas 0. Hills.
TUO'JAS C. MAGRUDER.
JOHN A. CALVERT.
dec 11?ecdi w
HATS?HATS?HATS!
a TEMPLE OF FASniON.
Gentlemen in want of a p-.iporior style
end quality of HAT would find it Rreat * ^
ly 'o their advantage to call at the New York Cap
and Fur Store ol
BUTT A nrPKINfc'
Hat and F.'rnishinR Store,
dec 11- ro2w Cor. Pa. avenue and Sdtth str of.
Gloves, gloves, glove: ^ i
ing been mada the Agents of a large
Glove Mtnufactory, we can serve the public
with a superior article ot Buck Gloves,
Gauntlets or Mits for co'd weather. Trade
served at New York prices.
BUTT A HOPKINS,
temple of Fa shion, oorner 6th street and
d?c 11?eo2w Pa. avenue.
VULCANIZED GUTTA PERCHA
WATER-PROOF GOODS,
MANUFACTURED EX I.USIVELY
BY THE
FORTH AMERICA* GJJITA PERCHA CO.,
Warehouie, 102 Broadway, & 1 Pine St,
YORK.
CIOMFRISI^G Coits, Clonks, Cap'-?, Pouches,
/ ? -?"eralls, Pantt, Leggings, C*mp Blankets, Tent
Carpets, Tarpmlins, Horse Cov^r , Knapsacks, fan
teens, Hnvei sacks, Gua Cases, Hospital Uietks. Pi
ano Covers, Carriage Cloths, Boots and Shoes, Sou'
westers, Storm Caps, Bathing Mats, Drufgist Gool3,
and
HUNDREDS OF OTHER ARTICLES.
The main advantages claimed for Vulcanized Cut
ta Percha over India Rnbber are, viz : superior re
pellent properties; perfect freedom frcin unpleaq.
ant odor; beauty of teiture; extreme tenacity;
pliability; perfect reaistancr to acils, as well ha fat
ty substances. and nnd^e India Rubber in not b?
ing liable to
DECOMPOSE AND BFOME STICKY.
Orders f?r these Good^, t-lt^T foreign or domestic
will be executed with tldelity and <iespat?h L'.ud
trated Oatalo/r?s for warded by mnii or other #is?
when reque-nte-l
f?. EDDY, Agent for th? Company,
398 Ptnn. avenue, at Camj-ktlVt &idlery Sto re,
WASHING" OJf, D. C.
CAUTION ?Base imitations of thee? Goods,
made of varniehed Iniia Rubber, tre already b<?ing
offared in tbe market; tneae purchasers should b"ar
in mind that none are genuine unless sUmped with
the trade mark of the Company.
WILLIAM RIDER,
President of the N. A. G. P. Co.
nov 58?eolm
NEW CONFECTIONARY STORE.
THE^.E is alw?yn something n?w unler the sun;
and, therefo e, 1 would inform my friends and
the public at large, that I have opened a fin? now
Copfec ionary Store, opposite Brown's Llote (\o.
347) Pennsylvania avenue, in ?h.ch m?y be ob
tained every thing in the line, in he BEbT possible
m-nner, and ch*4P?st HiTxs, ICECREAMS JhL
LIES, CHARL0TT8, IC-8. Ac , of all kinds; CAN'
11V,& of all kinds and prices, fr m *6 cenle to $3
pe pound; CAKES of all kinds. You may here
fini more than fifty varieties of Cakes, all of the
l*tit i ualiiy, made o: good fresh butfr and ?-ggs
andh ' the best workmen in the United State -. I
flatter myself that I c.n pleabe the taste of the most
fastidious. j. q. WEAVER
N.B. Parties, Weddings, Bails, Ac., supplied on
the ?horte t notice and most p'eaoing terms
no*. 17?eo2m
I1EAT AND VENTILATE.
I^HE subecribers have u?w on hand and are pro
pared to put up almost every de>*cripticr oi
Brick and Portable Hot Air Furnaces and Kitcuei
Range, inciudicg the Chilson, B< ynton, Re?- e, ?ar
row and Spence patterns. These we will fit up at
as low rates and as well an can be found in thi
country.
Aiso, on hand a complete assortment of Eetfistert
and Ventilators.
J. W. THOMPSON A BRO.,
Plumbing A G?s Fitting Establishment,
Pa. avenue, s side, between 10th and 11 h st?.
ojt l.'J?eotJanl
FURS, FURS, FURS!
WE have just r?c?ived anotLer cas* r f Canada
Sahl?, gtoae Mart.n, F.tcb Siberian hquirrel,
Chinchilla, and Lyn* CAPAS and YICTuRINES, by
Adams A Co.'b Express, pr'c*s very low.
Also, Bear, Wol? and Buffalo UebeB, for private
carriages. Call and exanrne them at
BUTT A HOPKINS'S
Temple of Fashion, cor. of 6th bt, and Pa. av
dec 9? eo2w
WM. M. MERRICK,
Attorney at Law,
IT?. 38 LOUISIANA AVXJfUE,
Will practice in the Supreme Court of the Uni
tel States and the Courts of the District of Culum
b'a- nov 20?eolm
JUST ltECkiVEU, a iresh supply ol A. B
WILBOR'S COD LIVER OIL AND PUOa
PHATE OF LIME. The most palatable and ellica
cions preparation of Cod Liver Oil ku< wn, Jor (he
care of Consumption, Scrofula, CcugLs, Cr Id
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all scrotu;ous humois.
For aale by SCIIWARTZE A tOS,
(Agents for Washington,) Pa. avenue, 3^xt dooc
to U. 8. llotol. nov 10 ?' ?~i
ACCORDEOXS, FLUTIN08, Ac.?Just openei,
twelve doaen U>it quality Freich Accord?cni
and Flutinos, which will be disposed of on the mo-jt
reasonable terms. HI LB US A HITZ'
dec 12 New Muric Depot,
R08ENKRANZS WORLD RENOWNED GElt
man Pianoa can always be found for sak- on
reasonable L-rms at the Music Depot of HILBUS A
1IITZ They c'uflllenge competition for beauty and
power oi tone. dec 11
DOUBLE,OR ()RGAN MEL0DEAN&
WE have in store one of (ioodman's patent
doublo-banktd MELODK4SS,coutininin? two
?etts of keys, enabling the performer# to give all
the diversified effect of a well-built organ, produc
ing the notes of the so^t'.st duliana to the son^r cu
tunet* of an open diapason stop. Personj desirwus
of practising for an organ, or congregations in n>VH
of a good instrument, at a reasonable pi ice, can be
auitad by giving us a cull at the new Music Depot.
ieelS? HILBUS A UIT7-.
jU)R SALE.?A FINK HARNESS OK SADDLE
animal. She has all the good qualities thiit one
could wi h. She is sold for no fault whatoTer, only
the owner has no use for her. She can be s^cn at
any time by calling at Mr. PATTON'ri Saloon, under
the Kirk wood lions-*. dec 15?31
STORAGE.?Those having Furniture, Dry Gooos,
Groceries, Ac., to be stored, will find ample a?
oommodations in the large, ahy, flag-atoue-pavd,
and dry Basements under the Star Office, corner l'a.
avenue and Eleventh Bt. Apply at the Star office
oct 25?tf
NOTIL lii -WE A HIS N >W READY TO UJS
poee of onr stock of Goods at retail a' redsc.d
prioe6. All those that are indebted to >w will pleas*
do us the favor to oc>me forward and aetUe up
aoon as possible. IIALL A Bl'OTUfcK i
dec 1 totf '
KIB WELL'S
COMPOtXHT) FLUID EXTRACT OF
Or. Cancar Root.
CELEBRATED REMEDY FOR CAN
CER, ULCERATED SORE THROAT,
WHITE SWELLING, BRONCHI
TIS, DROPSY, AND ALL
DISEASES ARISING FROM TBS IMFURI1 T
OF THE BLOOP
Prepared by J. I. KIDWKLL, Chemist, George
town, D. C.
The estimate that is now accorded this prepara
tion by the medical profession and bv others com
petent to judge of Its merits may be seen *n the
fact that it has b?en prescribsd by raany of our
mo?t eminent Physicians in this country, and has
'ttracted the attention of a celebrated proffcsslcn of
the Edi^burg Oollege, Hcotland, by whom it hss
*?een incvessfully iu?d in a carcer of an aggiavaied
character.
The prupri'-tur La- l*?<?n forced to r>ake more ex
tend- ersugementi to meet the rapidly increasing
demand fur E-mcch i bop.
Vinciithib, Indiana, Oct. 3,1864.
J. L Kid well?Dear Sir: Some three months ago,
through th' ae^ncy of Ool -'roith Miller, our repre
sentation io ( on?r?e?. I had pai chased ol you. for
the UB* o' my 5.\tier in Scotland, ore doien Pottles
ot Bee-b Drop or Cancer Preparation. 1 have a let
ter froa my brother, stating that the physician de
ares y>u Jo forward another dozen bottles. lie
thinks Wider it* use the di ease is arrested. I mov
add that mv fe'her has tried every physician of dis
tinotiou in Gotland and Kuglsn 1, including Prof^s
sors of Ediuburg nnd Collleges, without relie'. The
ii?ea e was of three years standing, began in the
right cheek, which is partially consumed. He was
a sufferer with constant pain, which has entirely
left him.
This cnae will give your preparation a popularity
i?. Biitein which no other medicine baa. Direct to
Wiliiam Dick, Esq , Collydean, by Leslie Scotland,
in care oi Messrs. Fenfoed, Clay A Co, Druggist",
N. York, who will forward it
JAMSS DICK.
Mr. Flint is a man of gr^at influence in his county,
and will with pie? sure communicate with any on#
Lc re&rtnc* to his case.
Caixawat Courtt, Missouri, >
July 13th, 1864. ]
Dear Pir?With great pleasure I inform th?t your
preparation of Beech Drop has aocomplhhed for me
what I thought beyoud the rea-;h of human agency.
Korthe last twelve years I have b:en afflicted with
Sorofula of a Cnno<?rous form. So extensive was the
ulcers and so horrible my apr^earance that my cas?
became notorious with all the Faculty in this and
the adJoiDin* counties?in fact I had obtained the
best medical iid in our state, without any abate
ment of the disease. Through a Hend I procured
a half f'oien bottles of your Beech Dr<?p, af er using
it, so perfect was the cure, that hundreds visited me.
My desire is to benefit my fellow man ; with that
purpose I beg all afflicted with Scrofula in auy fonn
to use it.
Unclosed yon will find an order from some frtonde
for Ihe pro, iration. Very truly,
JNO. 0. FLINT.
For Sale by Druggist and Dealers in Medicine* In
Washington, Alexandria, and Baltimore.
cct 14?
IMPORTANT TO THE SICK.
rpIIl t<re?t experience and well-known skill of
JL Prof- McClistook is a sufficient guaranty to the
public that the following list of Medicines, such as
have been constantly u?ed in his practice tor the
1m: thirty years, will fully sustain by their effects
the valuable qualities attributed to them, and
prove to be the best Medicines ever offered to the
public.
I. Dr. McClintock's Pectoral Syrup.
An invaluable remedy for Bronchitis, Consump
tion, and all chronic diseases of the throat and
lungs. In all deep seated c mplaints of the Tulmo
caty organs it has proved the most safe, certain,
and rapid remedy ever employed in the extensive
practice of Dr, McOlintock For any of thoje forms
of disea-e, shoeing themselves as Cough, Tickling
of the Threat, Sense of Tightness in the Throat,
Spitting ot Blood, Difficulty of Ereat* leg, Hoarse
ness or Loss of Voice, and Hectic Fever, its u?e will
be attended with the hsppieet reralte, while it i6
plo&S'int to the palate and strengthening to the
wholesyatem. It contains no luudasum or opium
in miy shtpe. Price $t per pint bottle.
II. Dr. McClditock's C&J Cough
Mixture.
An infallible cure for reccnt OMU|h?, Tickling of
the Xhroat, Tightness ol Breiithing, Croup in Chil
dren, As. It oontaics no preparation of opium.
Price 26 cents psr bot'Je.
III. Dr. McClintock,s Asthma end Hoof
ing Cough Remedy.
An aWcst instantaneous relief for ther? distress
ing coapL*inte. This is the fruit of an immense
experience, and 1- aetcaishins in its effect*. No per
son need 6uffer a uay from Asthma or Hooting
Cough who will use it. Pri:e 50 cents per bottle.
IV. Dr. McClintock's Diarrhea Cordial
and Cholera Preventive.
A prompt and certain cure for Dianfrosa, Dyren
tery, and Cholera Morbus in all stages. A ems pre
ventive ol Aiiatic Cholera, which no ire.vsier or
family should be without. Price 26 ani 50 cente
per bottle.
V. Dr. McClintock's Tonit Alterativi
Syruf,
For purifying th? blood. The most powerful pu
rifier ever discovered. For all Scrofulous dieeaf.es.
Skin dise3i-fis, Erupt'oss. Boils, Pimi Iss, Erysipelas,
Ulcers, ik)re Legs, and All Rheumatic and Syphilitic
complaints, Ac. It i? a mc?t excellent spring mfdl- j
cine, perfectly psletuble, a?id ?^fe for children or fe
maJeti. l'rioe(pint Cottlot) $1.
VI. Dr. McClintock's Dyspeptic Elixir.
Dyspepsia, or ditordered dipieS'.ion, may be called
the National Diseas^of nca. l*s Kyiaptora? nre
headache; giidiness; ni*rvoa-ne2s; 'ow spirits; dim
ness of vision, with motes or apecks before the ey^s;
itching of the mMrils; duliae^e of hearing anu ring
ing in the ears; di/^igre?.?ble te^te in the mouth; j
oonjitriction or weight about the chest; difficulty of
breathing; tense of suffocation in lying down, or in
nscecding stairs; palpitations, or uneasy feelings
?bout the heart; irregular or deficient appetite
sense of s;nk^ng at the stomach: acidity; heartburn;
pain or lulluefs of tbe abdomen, and costivene^s.
Mime of these symptoms always appear in Dyspep
sia; and sometimes the same patient has m?ny of
them at the same time, oi at different times. For
'?ttacking the-e L'rotenn symptoms in their swat and
?iOiirce, 7it: deranged condition of the digestive funo
'ions, the Dyspeptic Wlixir'X>mhineEall the valuable
in'freiienta which tiie Vegetable Kingdom affords.
Tak?n in co nnection with the V^g- table l'urgative
Piits, in caset where there is much contivenens, or
with the Anti-Bilious Pilis. where the functions of
the liver are irregularly discharged, it will be found
a most effectual remedy. Price (in pint bottles.) $1.
VII. Dr. McCUnlock's Rheumatic Mix
ture.
For internal use; a purely vegetable combination
for tbe cure of Rheumatism, Gout, and all Neural
gic and Rheumatic L iseases. This remedy ia offered
with the utmost confidence. It has bean used most
extensively, and is as near a Specific for Hheumatic
Diseases as the world has ever seen. Price per bot
tle 60 cents.
VIII. Dr. McClintock's Rheumatic Lini
ment,
An Infallible outward application for the relief of
?11 rheumatic or neuralgic pains; epralnc, swellings,
stiff neck, stiffne ss of th.i joints, pain* iu tho 6houl
lers, back, or limb*. It affords immediate r lief
from choli< and pains in the s'omach and sbdoxnen.
As a counter irritant, it is invaluable in ail caees
where nn external tlimulinc Jj needed. Prioe (per
bottle) r?0 oente.
IX. Dr. McC lint otk's Anodyns Mixture,
Or Pain-llxtractor, used Internally and exter. ally,
for the instant relief of all pains, Toothache, Ilesd
ache, Cholio, Ague in the Face, Chilblains, Neural
gia, Bt one or Uravel, Ac., ?c. No pain ueed be en
dured a moment by aoy person who will me this
Invaluable Anodyne. Price 60 cents per botttle.
X. Dr. McClintock'i Fever and Ague
Specific.
This has been found an infallible specific for this
scourge ot new countries, and lor intermittent
fevers. No traveller or resident in any ague dis
trict should fail to provide themselves with this sure
preventive. Price $1 per bottle.
XL Dr. McC lint ock's Vegetable Purga
tive Pills,
For the relief of Constipation and its painful re
sults, such as Headache, Dizziness, Sick Stomach,
Pains, and all the symptoms enumerated under tha
''Dyspeptic llixir." Price 26 cantu per box.
XII. Dr. McClintock's Pills,
For Liver Complaints, and all forms ol diseases
arising from derangement of the liver, with symp
toms such as Disxiness, Headache, RLiging In the
Eiirs, yellow furred tongue,pain in tbe right shoulder,
sense of fulluees or pain in the right eide, disordered
stomach or bowels, deflolent aotlcn of the kidneyn,
clay-eolored stools, Ac. These Pi lie, if taken in the
insipient stages of Biliou3 and Yellow or ether
Fevers, will generally ward off the cttack. Price
25 eents per box.
The above Meiicinee may be procured of all the
principal Druggists and Apothocari^in this Dis
trict, and of J.' L. IlmsHAr, Agent, Washington.
sep 18?8m
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS FOR
New York, Texar*, California,
New Jersey, Louisiana, Missouri,
Pennsylvania, Alabama, Kentucky,
Maryland, ' Georgia, Michigan,
Wisconiin, Ohio, and
Minnesota, Florida, other tftatrs
GEORGE C. 1H0MAH,
AT TORN MY FOR CLAIMS, AND
. KO'fARY PUBLIC,
Wcukinaton Flacs, near Odd-hollows' Hall,
SIVKNTU 8TRBJIT. WlMJMTOI, D. C.
80f
TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY.
FOR THE WEST AND SOUTH.
BALTIMORE AN I) OHIO RAILROAD.
IMPHOVKD ARUANlKMkNTS FOR TIIAV!*1 !
IMPORTANT CHANGBS OFSCBEDTTDh 1!
rr i iiu?wn Ihe lat* completion of the
Ohio Railroad bet*e??i
Wheeling and Columbus. uniting m It do?a, by ro
fhort and direct a Mae, the Baltimore and Ohio
Kail- ad with all portions of the West (anl North
and Southwest,) gives this rauta greatly increased
advantages to through travelers in that direction.
On and afar M jNDAY, November 87, 1864, the
trains will be run as fallows:
FOR THROUGH PA8SRNOBR8.
Two fast trains daily will run in each d'rac'ion
First?The MAIL YRA1S, leaving Oamden 8t*t!on
at 7 a m , instead ot 8 "'clock as heretofore, (except
on Sunday,) and arriving at Wheeling at 2 40 a. m
Second?1The kXl'RKS8 TRAIN, leaving at 5 p m ,
inftend of at 7 p. m., as heretofore, and running
through to Whee ing in abcut 17 hours, rea-hitg
there at 10 25 a. m. Thte traia will step at Wash- |
iog'on Junction, Syk-sville, Monocacy, Har;eiV
K trr, Marinsburg. *lr John'* Run, Cumberlnnd,
Piedmont, Rowl-sburg, Newbury, Fetterman, Form
ingten, Cameron and Moundaviile only, for ur-od
and water and meals. Both tbece trains make
prompt ?nd regular connection wi h ths cars ot the
Central ohio Roai ?or Cambridg >, Zan- sville, ew
ark, Columbus, Cin-innati, Louisville, T>ajton,
Sandnrky, Toledo Letr-jit, Indianapolis Chic-tgO, j
St Louis, etc. Passengers leaving Baltimore by the
Mail Tr*'n; will wuc'- Cincinnati fer dinner next j
day, while by the Hxpress Train they arr ve there
at 12 the next night, being kept but one night on
the route by eith*r train
Passsngers for the Northwest vlaCleve^acd end!
all intermediate points can m^ke a direct onneo-1
tion with he trains upon ths C.evelaod and P.tts
brrg Ra lroni at all times whe j the Ohio is naviga
ble for steamers between Wheeling ard Wollivilie,
by leaving Baltimore in xhe Mail Train at 7 a. ni.
BetnrriDg, *ho Trains lea^e Wheeling as folle*p:
The EXPRESS TRAIN at 4 30 p. m., reaching I'al- j
tiojore at 9.50 a. m. The MAIL TRAIN at 11.45 p.
m.. reschiiig Baltimore at 7 p m
Through ticket-? by b'at from Wheeling for I
Cincinnati, S&dison, Lou'srille, St. Lcuis and oth'r
River Cities, *i!l be soid at a 1 times when the stage
cf wat?>r will admit.
Jtg* Through tickets between Baltimore ard
Wasnington, and all the important cities and towns j
in the West, are sold at the Ticket Offices of '.he |
Oomoany.
FOR WAY PASSENGERS.
TIIE MAIL TRAIN, leaving Oamden Station will
take passengers for all the usual stopping places on j
[he Road Returning, this train leaves Wheeling
6t 11.45 mlfl night, Cumb^rla?5d a: 10.15 a. m., and j
arrivi s at B.Mtimot* at 7 p m.
THE FREDERICK ACCOMMODATION TRAIN,
for Fnderick and irvt?rmedi?te places, will s art at I
4 p. in , daily, (exoept Sundayc) ar.iv'ng in Fr*d?r-1
Ick at 7.40 Re'uming ? ill le?ve Frederick at'J a.
m., arriving at Baltimore at 12 30, nocn
TnE ELLICJiT'S MILLS .ACCOMMODATION
will bd ran daily, (s?xo*pt 3andavs,j as follows:
Lea^e Camden Sta'.i n at 6 a m. and 3 p. m.
Lba /e E21 cstt's Mills at 7.30 a. m. and G.S0 p. m. |
WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD.
TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWS:
LEAVE daily, except Sunday, at 6 and 8# a. m.
a?.d 3 and 5 pm.
Cn Sunday at 6 a m and 6 pm.
Leave Baltimore at and 9am; and fi and 8
pm.
On Sunday at 4 if am and 5 pm.
The conne3ti-ns with Baltimore A Ohio Railroad I
for the West are by trains leaving at 6 a m and 3
p m.
For Philadelphia and New York at 8, and 8J^ a m
i*d 6 pm.
For Annapolis at 8% a m and 5 pm.
For Norfolk et 3 p m.
T. H. PARSONS, Agent
Particu'ar attention is called to the Bu'e requir
ing a responsible voucher for any psrson of Cjlor
who m y wi-h to pass ov r the road.
dt c 13?<j tf
THK NEW YORK & LlVKHPO^L
UNITED STATES
"MAIL STEAMERS.
TnE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINB ARE
THE?
ATLANTIC, Capt. West.
PACIFIC, Capt. Nve,
B ALTIC, Capt. Oemstock,
ADRIATIC, Capt. Gra<ton.
These ships have been huilt by contract, express J
ly for Government pervi:e; every care has te^n
taken in their construction, as in the Engines to
insure strength aai sp?ei, and their acoommodn
tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance
and oomfort.
Price of passs.ee Tcom New York to Liverpool, in
first cabin
8eo?nd Cab '0 [
Exclusive use of extra size state rooms SO4!
From Liverpool to New York ?30 and ?20.
An experienced surgeon atfkched to each e-hlp.
Vo berth "an be B*crred until p?ad for.
For fre'ght or parage apoly to
EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO.,
56 Wall street, Nev York.
EROWN, SHIPLEY A CO,
Liverpool.
B. O. ROBERTS A CO.,
18 King's Arms Tfard, London.
JOHN MUNRCE & CO,
26 Ru* Notre Dame des Vi> toirea, Pari"'.
GEO H DRAPZR, Havre.
The owner" of the*e ships will not be accountable
for gold, silver, bullion, pp-d*, je?elry, precious
stones or ttetals, unless bills of lading are signed
therefor, ani ihs value thereof therein expressed,
nov 10?dly
TO TH? P' fll lC.
FIXED IIOURS FOR TIIE WASHINGTON AND
ALEXANDRIA BOATS.
g|| "? 'ihe following are the hours c? d>
^2^SSB2parture of the onl> reliable ste m
ferry Loat plying between Alexandria and Wa^hi^g
ton: _
The steamer Qeo-g* Page will leave Waehmgton
daily, at 8. 1% a m , 1, 3, 4*, p m.
Wii! b'ave Alexandiia at 7)4? 8X, 10J4, a. m.,
12Vi) m , 2. 4, 5\i r m.
liig omnibuses will l;;ave the onrnur of PennJyl
v^r ia avenue and Seventh streat, to connect with
the Boat, at 6, 7%, 9^, 11, a. m., 12%. xa., 2??. and
P- 111
H's oauibuse^ will connect with all cara arriving
at, and departing from, Washington and Mei-ia
irin. GECRGE PAGE,
rvcv 6 -tf
OEANGE AND ALKXANDEIA RAILE9AD.
On and after Tuesday, Nov. 771854,
re 1IK Cars leave Alexar>driA da'iy for Gordons
X villa and inte'mMiiate stations at 7 V o'clock,
a. m., on the arnval of the boat from Washingtor,
giving ample time for breakfast on board. C.m
ne.ting at Mana^aa Junction with a train for Stras
burg, at Warrenfon Ju' C-tion with a train for War
renton, and at Gordonsvill* with the trains on the
Virginia Central Railroad f?r Richmond, Charlottes
ville, and Staunton.
The cars leave Gordonsvil'e daily for Alexandria
and intermediate stations, at before 12, a. a?, on
the arrival of the trains o. the Virginia Central rail
road from Richmond, Charlottesville, and Staunton.
THROUGH TICKETS.
From Alexandria to Warrenton $2 00
? 44 Gordoneville 3 50
? 44 Charlottesville 4 25
<? 44 Staunton - 6 90
44 44 Strasburg 3 50
44 44 Lynchburg 6 75
? 44 Winchester 3 6<>
? ?4 Luray 4 '26
44 i4 New Market 5 00
? 44 Middleburg 2 26
For Lynchburg, connecting with the stages at
Chtrlotteavilie, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri
days ? ,
For Luray end Nsw Market, connecting with th
s ages at Culpeper, cn Tuesdays,Thursdays, and Sst
unlay.
For Winchester daily, connecting with the stages
at Piedmont
For Middleburg daily, connecting with the stages
at tbe Plaino.
Por order: W. B. BROCKETT, Agent,
nov 7?dtf
FOR MOUNT VERNON,
-jr?* ^ On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
round trip $1; from Alex
andria 76 cents?Ihe THOMAS COLLYER leaves
Washington at 9 and Alexandria at 9% o'clock.
(Joftoh^s l?5ftV8 the Oapitol for the boat at 8^ c elk.
Coach ft re'0 cents.
Persons wishing the OoachfS will leave their resi
dence with Geo. A Thos. Parker.
Refrbshments on the boa\
wt 28-dtf SAM'L GEDNVY, Capt.
F. H. DAYHK5JC,
Aitoraty and CofaB?llo*-*t??L;awt
AT D
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
FOR THB STATES OF
Virginia Na?r York Maine
Kentucky, New Jers:y riinoia
Louisiana, Mtatart?pi Ccncecticnt
Massachusetts BfaryUud Pennsylvania
Plori'la T ann*rrwe Alabama
Iowa C eorgia California
Arkansas S. Carolina kc* it
Conveyancing in all its branches promptly end
aocnrately executed.
Otflca, Louisiana avenue, opp. Fifth street.
oct Ift?diy
FAX NY PERM'S NEW BOOK sit
tHILLINQTON'S Bookstore.
Bulh Hall, by the auth ^r of Fern Leave<
Later Years, by the author of the Old House by the
River
Hunt's Mercb ?? t' *ite Uud Commercial Ra
ri*?w f r v*xmber
Littell'e Living Age
8HILLINQT0W8 Books tere,
Odeon Building, corner 4W it. and Pa. are.
dec U-K
PHILAOFLFHIA ADVERTISEMENTS.
SIODEB S WTWES
AT PHILADELPHIA.
JOHH V. IMIDERt Ifcdw in
lbrm?r old eetabltobed Woe Start ciJ A CO h
HMD MP. Jr., No. TC Walwnt stro*t *mr dooi* t
low Fourth rtreet. where cc-wmvri will be sup;i>i
with WINES and UqtJOP.Scn thf most aoeonreo
dating tmu.
JACOB SNIDER, Jr., Agent fbr be It
portation ol rO&KIQN WINES, Ofloe No. 70 Wal
?at street. Philadelphia, where be to peep*r*'d tc
retelre oraere fbr the special Importation of Wic-e,
4c., from various houses In Burope, In quantities c
a single doaen and upwards; end aleo solicits far h>
go*. JOHN VAUGHAN SNIDER, the patronage o'
hie mends and former customers.
All Wines ordered fbr Washington wilj be de
livered by Express/rre qf frri^ht. )e 8?It
DOCTOR fOlRSELF,
THE POCKET aSSCULAPIUS:
OH, EVERY OS* Hit* OWN PHYSICIAn.
The Fiftieth Edition, v itl
Oae hundred EngraVrga
6-lowing Di#eaeee and it.'
Ormuticnj of the Hum*?
5?y*tem In every shape ?i-d
jim. To which ia rtt c?d a
A-atf** on the ci
... Females. b*ing of the t gh
J -;S* Wp 'M e*t important to tth trf
aC^UBl IX peep'?, ?" 'b''8? out*?.
;{t?SISS iml stating a ?rr|rg?. By
* WM. TMJIItf, M. P.
Let no Ctthwc aeha'.Ml
to - 5-esent a eoj* of tfcf
,33'CULAJTU? to his tU"?d
, It may save bite IttE tv
early grave. Let ro young man or worian enter
to tee ga-Tet obligations of naarrlGd Lfe Frit) * v
reading tbe POCKET ^g(lULAPlU8. L-t no oct
snffeiing from a hacknled C- ugb, Pain Ir the <: ?'
testis nights, nervons fe*linjp. and the wL^le I -?? r
of Dyspeptic sense 'Jors. ar.d given up by their ; ??;
Hicfan, be another moment, without consul uig "??
J?SGuLAPIU8- Cave the married, or those e" u<
lo be married any i-r?r*d'inent, r?ad this truly rt- ?
ful book, tp It baa beta the mean* of Muring tt u ?
and? cf ur fortunate ereV.uree from the very j*v f -1
45?-Any person pending TAV ENTY-FIVS CE- Ti
sncloned la a letter, v?ili receive cne oopyof _*u?
work, by Litll, or (ire copies T"i'l be eent for On* ?' o
Addrc1?3?. (post pz' l) T>?>. YOpNO,
No. l?i Dpra-; sltect, Phtladeipfc ft
if ''-"-Ir
TO LNVKNTOKS.
THl oftce of "The Tn Ten tors' Protect5on Nett-^aJ
Union" is on 7th street, opposite the East ?? ci
ico of the Fetent CSS^e. Rnd iP now ready to a? r,<i
>o the buBinese of its ranril^rp, ut*m?lT: in ma.- mp
?*am:natlonc and .-oliciting pstents, ?c.
Inventors are Invitti to ?'all acl get a ?opy of 'be
Oopst?tutk>n end Uy Iiv.t, snd where any infbTc*
ion will be giren r*?e:tinc the Union.
A'l letters ou bnrme'ss murt ha directed to thte o'
ice, where attent'or. vui h-, sfiven immadiately.
A nio<lnl shop L1 in contcction with the oPce
?h"-. sie^eL* can or m?det" o*^ler rt the she;
notice. T. (I. CLAYTON,
^ -;o |y PrfsidTitl. P V. U
REDUCTION IN GiS FIXTURE;.
Wii are nowreceiTing the largest stock of OJt
FIXTURES ever offered in this city, rt r -
pri*4cg eyery variety of aty e and flrlsh. Thev 1 ; tf
bet-n sel^ctM from the celebrated factory of Co.rt
!in? k Co., Philadelphia, and Include all of tbri
ratt?ri.s.
Owing to a reduction in prise in Gas Flxturer w?
are now prepared to furnteh them at a lees rate ttas
th?y have ever yet been sold here or elsewhere.
lo keep p*c? with the above improvement th
oricj of gas iu'>inK has been materially redu^
ind our increased fdcilities vrarrants us In ra^n'
hat we are prepared and .ran execute any work w<
may undertake cheaper and better than anyo'te
rftablifliiment in this city.
J. \7. THOMPSON * BRO.,
Plnrabing A Gas rittln.g F?toblit'hm'.rt,
Pa. avenue, f side, between 10th and 11th Ft s.
oct 13?dtJ*nl
BOYS' CLOTHIEG OF ALL QUALIHES
Wb. h?ve juH rec-ivad ?n im aouse asporUr.ent
of Youths'. Bfys' and Chil lren'a Clothing cf
new and fashionable de.i^n?, embracing all q?iali
Ovsrcoats ard Talmai from $?' CO to $1" Of.
Cioth, frock, an! sack Voa's 3 00 ? OC
Catsiineie do 8 60 ' C'_'
Cas^:.aet do 2 V6 3 50
Clo'.h P.cundaboutcs all colors 8 00 GO,
Do Jackets do 2 50 4 50
School oo ao 1 ?0 8 00
'clack and F?ncy Ca7iim?ru pants 1 60
U*?rin?t and Twe *I d > 1 00 ~ '<
tTnth 8nd Caphmere Ve?ts 1 25 2 ?<
Silk and FVii do 1 00 ^ 0(
White and colored Shii's 50 , V
Undershirts and Drawers 37
H?ta and Caps 25
Alfo, Snepeudcrs, Hdkf", Gloves, Hoeisry, Ac., .
taking the ir.o-t spl-.mi I array of Boys'Cloth np.
*t low prices, to be foutd in this or any other c y
in the country.
WALL A STEPHENS,
Next doo. to the Iron Hall,
Pa. avenT*, between Oth and 10th sts.
dec 1?tf
TAKE NOTICE.
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
PW. BiiOWIilftO, Merchant Tailor, Pi
a avenue, under the Unitwl States
*1 would respectfully inform his cnstomers^B
and the public generally rbtt be ha? juet re
jeived new Fell er.d Winer goods in gr^at
variety, such is Cloths, CaEsiaeres, and Vesting.- o.
the latest im^rtstic n, and is prepared to havs t! tc
made up at the Ebcrtes: no'ioe, in the mcst fashit d
tble manner and at low rat*a of prices.
Having made &^r.iagfEfnU to go into the Retdy
nfedeCiothiag business extens'vely this seas. n, h?
et !a conlidtnt that be can offer to those wishing t<
parch?*? a ntock of C'othing, not inferior to any ii
chia city, and not made up at th* North, as is ufu
^ily the caw with work sold here; but cut in Li?
>wn establishment, and mrde by our own needy cit
zene in this dull Q^a^n at low rates of prices, It* ii
?mablfil theretor, to compute with northern wors u
point of prices; and ss to quality and style, he wil
Vavrf for those who favor him with a call to 'udge
lie oaD sell whole suits, Coat, Pants, and V?rt, a
the foiluwiiig low rates:
Jooti suit for bufiiuePS purposes, oat of clcth or cw?
eianere, for the ^mall sum of. $!?'
Dress xnd frocii Oo's, from $10 to $*.?
)ve rc-jhts of different styles 12 to at
(Vtack and fancy i'anta!oot?s $??> 50 to 1(
?4ilk a=d Velvet Vest* - 2 60 to 1C
This stock of Ci . thing is of a superior quality
tnd has b^en mad* up since he received the fall anc
winter fashions.
He keeps constantly on band a large assortment
>f fancy articles?su-h as Gloves, Crarats, Collars
Umbrellas, Ac.
Sole Agent for the sale of Scott's Report of Fssh
ons in this city. eep 16?f
"hangs for sale or rent.
NfcW and seco d hand PIANOS, of my own and
several other fa< ;ori s, are always to^JSte
be bad at my 1'is no Wareroom, on
enth St., between Pa. avenue and E St.
Old l ianos taken in exchange.
Tuning alfo attended to.
F. C. REICHENBACII
P. g._a few very low prced second-hand Pianos
icm ('25 for sale. dec 1?3m
nc PIKCES~BLACK SILKS* VERY
rich and cheap
20 pieces 8 8 Tarametta Cloth, at 25 cts., cheap
Fr? nch Merinos, all s'.iades, 75 cts.
Rich Merino Plaids
700 yards 4-4 French Chictz at 16 cents, a little
damaged
Together with many other gnat bas^ain6 for caih.
WM. R. lilLEY,
Cornsr Eighth st., opp. Centre Market,
nov 21?liu
eAS PIiIUBt?.
1*111 Bcbscrlbers take pleasure in annoncetng t
the public that their stock of GAS FLXTURaB,
ccrupriricg st'ce of the bast and latest patterns, lu
bcf-n received, and that they are now prepared to sell
at the lowest rates. Persons in want sf Gas Fixtures
will please call an? examine -they will no doubt
find ft to thslr interest.
Dwellings and public buildings fitted with gas-tn
b'c* at the usual rates
J W. THOMPSON A BROTHER.
15?tf Pa av..bet 10th and 11th, s. side.
Glove?, hosiery, woollen yarn, Ac.
10 dozen White French Kid Gloves, 62 cents,
worth 87
10 dosen light colored do do 62 cents,
worth 87
10 do ladies uud geut'j Reavar do CO cents,
\"Tj cheap
50 do ladies' fi^.ey lined raw silk, Ca hmere, and
C-ottoo Gloves
26 do mic:c3' Cashmere and fleecy lined raw silk
Gloves
100 do ladies' Alpaca, Cashmere, fleecy lined raw
silk and Gotten Hose
10 do Woollen Hose, for servants
10 do misses' white Merino Hose
Woollen Yarn of ell colors
Children's Woollen Gaiten, Woollen Comfcrta
With many other Goods ch- ap lor cash.
! WM. R. RILEY,
Corner Eighth at, opp. Centre Market,
nov 21?lm _
TOILET MAPS.
rl^HE suh?criberfl return their thanks to their nu
I memu^ friends and ou^c 'mere in the I'ittncl
and elsewhere for the patronage hitherto extended
to them, and beg leave to inform them that in adt'i
tion to their usual stock they are now manufactor
ing end will have constantly on hand all kinds ol
T Uet and Fancy ^-?aps, tc w; ;i they iuvite theii
attention. W-s warrant our ?oaps equal to anj
made, and will s?l! on as resmable terms as th<
samo article ?.aii purohasetl in any of the North
fern cities- T. 0. DONNOGliUK A SON
Georgetows, Oct
HiTiini mmnn...
PDIAW DOCTQB.
R Q SPINCtE %km
0*"r?fc'j INMMMd awvic** I? the dtlmc ?t ay W
timora. I can cur* ?!' k'nds of Ga?cer??t*k* *hm
cut without pain. or the u?e of any knif# i ^
rare til Utd' of Fit* ud Fpumf, ltbruKitk FiIm,
OoD?BTEptk>D, Dmpsy, Ujcvr^*. PUes, Paley/or
?cy other ailm?ci the human 1/unily are ru i*eat to
Be nan ftop Bleeding from th? Lungs or New, at?
distance from the patient, by know tag tha pattwt's
name. F, waa born blind, and baa rtqdM several
years nnder an IcMan Doctor who was among th?
wild Indian' thirteen years.
I>R. SPENCER baa removed froai Mr. Buckley*a
Boaxd.ng Pouse, to
No. 84, HANOVER WRKET,
aug 11?tf ralttiuor*, M4.
GREAT BARGAINS.
CANFI*LT>, BROTHER 4 OO.,
1-29 Raltimokj Btokt, JULTiKuaa, Md.
Arc desirous cf closing out a great portion of their
present stork of elegant FANCY GOOl'B, Jewelry,
Watches. Clocks, ^ans, Opera Glaaees, Dressing Caaaa
Wrl iag Desks, lee Pitchers, > ases, Rrontes Ac., pr?
paratory to receiving their fall supply. Purcha-en
will find fT*at bargains. aug 4?tf
Nkw buok, PERIODICA!
AJiD NEWSPAPER J5* TA BLUEMMFTi
Wfl. TAYF.OR A CO.,
Oorii'T cf Baltimore and CJuirlrt ih?l,
I ALTir ORE, Mb.
WM. TA TLOR <# CO. beg lorn to call the atte?.
Hon of the reading people and aH dealing in Rooks,
{p their new BOOK, PKK.IODICAL, and JVJTW5
PAPtR ESTABLISHMENT, where tan be frmd
* large and general assortment of all the late pop?,
.ar publications of th? day.
They also keep or, hau l a r^lcn'lid ae-^rtment of
jlain and tsncy STATIONERY of evry description.
All order* thankfully received and filled with da.
i|?*tch, and went b? return of the mall, ?xpr?+a, o?
?t?*e, or in any cthtr way the person ordering cay
tirect.
Pooksell'T", News A rents, Pedlars, and all rdi?rt ^
-u^lied with any Bocks, Magaiine,-, etc., at the ?
lowest rates. ,
Any Rook published In this country can be had
?r sending your order to us.
^ 7 WM. TAYLO*! * 00,
Cor. Baltimore and Charles eta, Baltimore, Md.
may 33?tf
pg JK9SB MARDKI,
JL SCALE UAKBS,
Southeast corner of
^*??CHAIvLE:-' A BALDXRPTON PT??W,
feb2?ly Palttmora, Md.
*TcrAna n. bmith. ?????? 0. suit*.
n 1). SMITH A CO., Manufacturer* at*
I T. dealers in aLCOUOL. CAM JIENK. KTHF.
Ai All Oil, Ac. No. 34 B. CAIA LItT 611iF.IT, Of- '
.?cwte Wat?r elr*et, LALTIMOPK, Md.
sarr 21?ly
<JA8H FOR HEGK0K8.
t rr g wi?b to riur.'haae imm^'-telr a large nmB>
VV It! of lik'Iy YOUNG NEGROES, for the New
Wleand marke?, fci which w? will pay tha higheet
,?.h priori. A'' :?>cevr.s baris* -5ive" fur srle, will
ind it to tbeir si- "r.twre by cs.Ui^g on us, at our
?dee, Ko. 12 Csm^'n etrert, Bait*mora. Md~ fort-er- *
iy r-cupie-1 by J P. Dthctsi.. Liberal commissicns
?*id for irfomatfon. All oetiiauu'catione promptp
r attenlel to. _
J*n S/?1? J. -M. Wil ?^N A r* n
7. 7Ti CHAKRTRI Al?'l CmBtr
?ixl Coll?8*>
J7?. 7T, ftrevtf, 2a/ttmore, Md.
113G o?ters:bk' object of thl? institution if toplaoe
in the roach clindlvHuais proper facilities lot
,'l'ainicg a tfcorour'i md j;ractic*l mercantile edu
t'lon. A youiig esti can hr.e chttin a more ccr
?ect kn^wleo'^e of ^oaeral bupia*^ mat*er? in a Jew
r< ?kfl than can be aofjclred In u msoy yoare in aty
it e cor?ntin? house.
The cour!?e vf study embrace* doublo-entry bock
Ite tl*pt*tion to rariouf de| artmenta
>f commcrce an 1 trade. Mercantile calculations
'iv.gbt according to the is^t apprcT?d method/.?
?rtt.'Uflal Penmanship, oombiolcg r?7idity of execu
Ion with beanty of courtruction. Lccturee upo?
nTcantile law, upon Tariou? important mercantile
?ulyecte, beside many c .her points n^ceeeary for a
Kck-herp** or butineos man to understand. Time
?cesaary Tor a etudent to ccir f letetb" course rariea
rcrt fire to eieht wtckf. There being no raoatkn,
?\pUcants can enteral any time and uttend brth
tr.j and erenin*. Exfcr'inKtions are heid at eta'ed
>?riois and diplcmss awarded to thost who graou
?te. For terru-, Ac, write s?>d ba.'e a circn'ar fcr
yarded by mall. f?h 4?ly
OKiVEaWARK
> CAN fir LP. BROTHER if CO,
?5?9 B^'Hmore street, haro on hand ar.i are ?d?
tHntly >xiaking new styles of Coffee and T?-a
-?ts; 3ilrer Pitchers; Waiters; Castors; Goblets
'up<; Spoons ; Forks; Ice Toogs; Crumb Pcraper*
3ie, Ice cream, and Fish Xnires; Bait Cellars; Bit?
rr En'ves-Ac, ef wfranted Sterling Sflwr.
{? 22 ?tf Beltimore. Md.
* FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. ^
SMALL BUILDING I CT5 of 10 feet er m .H\ in
Tarioup p&rts ol t^City, and Geo?jretow n, at
'ov> prices, and terms to suit. LLOYD A 00.
BIIILDIRO STOKE,
For sale, deliverable nt the Canrl, rr WbarTee IB
?V'ashiiirtoc, Georgetown, or Alexandria.
LT OYD A CO.
16 street, cpp. Trearury Depai taeat.
18?It
COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, ^,
Relief In Five RlinuUi.
TTLEK'S COMPOUND GUM ARABIC SYRUP.
T'ilE more^nlug demand for this most pleasant,
safe, ani effc'-t-iou? remedy tar all pulmonary
'istasef, has enablel the proprietor to reduce the
orice so as to plr.ee it withiu the reach of al: cla^ees.
Its superiority over moet similar preparations is at
tested by many Ljinent phy^'iins who have oeen
-y? witnesse-s of its eflicacr wien the usubI reme
lies have faiiei; alfo by tLctl and of onr moet re
pec table citiaens who h'nve u>ed it in their tamiliee
?x>th as preventive and cure with never failing suc
cess fir the last twenty years, during which period
*ith very little aid trom advertisluj, 4c., it has
gradually spread reputa'ion over the whole Union.
In cases of recent Cold* Cwight, H'Vtrsentu, &?> it
^i?es immeiiate relief, ar d gen? rally curep in a day
or two, without interfering with diet or business, or
rendering the system more susceptible f t Colas, in
chronic cases, At'Jnna, IVhoopng Cough, Qrmp,
Uronchiiit, Affectum* of thr. Lungs, and Contump
(ion, it is always very b neficial and seldom faL?,
when commenced in time to perfect a cure.
Price 2b aad 50 cents a bottle.
Bold wholesale by Patterson A Nairn, Stott k Oo, m
IUdgely A Oo. Alexandria by Peel A BteTens. 1?
Georgetown by Mr. Oissel ^
TTLEK'S GUM ARABIC GJIXDY DROP*,
? similar composition to tha above, hut in e milder
and more portable form; th<y act like a rharm en
troublesome Cough, and dear the throat end
?oioe; they contain no injurious drug, are particu
vrlv recommended for children, frequenters of pub
lic assemblies, public speakers, singers, Ac
Price 12^ and 85 cents per box.
For sale at most Drug and Candy Stores.
oct 17?tf
SOMETHING NEW.
OPPOSITE TIIK MARKET ON PENNSYLVA
NIA AVKNUE 4 doors below Ninth street,
is a NEW CLOTHING STORE for Men and Boyg,
opened this day. DKCKKR, fne of the cheapest
Clothicg Merchants in tli<? Norih. has determined
to cffTto the citiaen* of Washington and vicinity,
hid eT0^11ent Clothing at the lowest Northern prices,
for caeii only, lhere the
POOR MAN
will find just such a Clothing Store as has long been
wanted in W?tChinSt?n- 1118 motw cbe?P toT
cash, and onb prio/ onlt-1 . . ? ,
A g?>od ?uDstantia? w&allfn 0031 he will tell lor
$2 75; and heavy winte. Pant,, well lined, for 11 2*
and fine coa*s, overcoats, ?. nd vests, iu proportion.
Good wool andotton undert.^ir-9' ^"tIerfiIf8*
Ac., chea"er th n the cheajiest. nov 11 tt
Thy dr. scwartze b puimoJic balsam
for the cure of Cough?, Co d?, Ac ;*?
Alto DR. tCJIWARTZK'B W0R*1 DEBTK.0Yi;su
SYRUP?nsver known to fail.
Tor sale at SCltWAKTZS A fON'S drug st0>/?
Pa avenue, neat to U. S. Ifotel. dot 10?2m^
"just RECEIVED
A FINE assortment of Camphene, ? 'ar and Etbe
ri.l oil LAMPS, Ol HAN DOLES, CANDfitA
BUA8, HALL LANTKuNfa, and LANTEr- N- of
e?-ery ktnl the latert ?ni t:ost improvad pat e:ns
< f oarer Sba te^. doras and other stapcu GL' Dx.8
of t very oes ripti n. Patent spring Candlesticks,
pnd a bea Uitui a'scrlmeut cf Brilan ia Lamps, fT
fluid or oii, Nursery L?mps, *c.
BruF.bee, P?i?i's and oil, Lamp Oils, W.ndow Gla*
and Artists' materials in gTeat \ar'e'y.
HOWELL A M OR SELL,
No 523 C btrect, Todd s Building,
nov ?0- dtJanlbt
\rA?tIl>'8 USKlVALLEfV AMKRI'AN
jjx. TARS oonstantly on La :d at he Agents' klu
Bic Dspot. HILBU8 i El^Z.
dec 11
HauvuMo autoriograriiV ?tiVaTTnfcf
P. T. Ba.nvm. wr tton ov i ias. If For
at TAYlOR J'JKUH'8
dec 12 Bookseller, near Ninth st
f | 'IIE PRACTICE IN COURTS OK JU-TKK IN
] Ko land and tbe United Stales, by C uw*J>
Rob nwn of Illcbiiirnd, Va, v 1 1, iu?t pub'uhea
and fbr sale by PRlNCK TAV'U.?K.
d-^c 12
;i TACuB CiIICKEhING'.? uuvi< -l!.d P ston PI
11 ANOS iCT Snte ouiy |ti th* a?'ent>iu ?-? Dprot,
dec II UiL' ttJ * UH'Z.

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