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ON Tuesday night, May 23d, from the premise of Henry Powell, In Mantua, six two year old Steer* One Urge, rough made steer, greyish celor, with short toil and ears, uii long daws on the hind L,t Two red and whito (spotted) .teen, very fine looking for their age, but rather ?null, and one of them t row eyed One principal'* white, showing a .rood deal of the Durham blood in tho neck and ear* 'rhe other two rather inferior; one dark brindle, and the other light *ed. Auy porsou finding such Steers, or iriviug information whoro they iu?y be found, sua" be entitled to a liberal reward, by dropping a line to A 11 GOULD. Hudson, Summit county, Ohio; or to HENRY POWELL. Mantua, Portago eounty. Ohio. Hudson, May 30, 1864. ' June V-^t IMPORTANT TO MILL OWNKBl HAVING received my Letters Patent for an im proved method of Dressing Millatonea l am now prepared to furnlih Machines to Mlllera and Mill Owners. .. , ?? 1 will guaranty that any practical filler can, the first trial, if he will try, dress a pair of Burrs in l.alf the time that he can do " JJJJ"by hand-pick now in uae; aodthftt the.work don y the machine shall be better than can be done by nine ?,ut of ten of tho best haudlera ol the common pick. The machine makea a clean, oloar, thread-like mark, and docs not brittle up nor break the face of the stone. It can be controlled at the will of the oporator, ln ntuntlv to mako tho most delicate lick or one with t he force of ten pounds, if required Every practica! M liter knows that a atone is only required to be drcss od where the proof staff Indicates This oan be done by the machine, no matter how brittle or tender, or how cloae and bard the face or plaro un the atone may be, the oporator can faco it down, or touch as lightly as he pleases. There are throe very good rea sons for trying them : ...... First. With fair uso, the machine will last twenty years. Second. It is comploto within itaelf, and will not take flffe minutes, nor cost five conta to try It. Third. I give with the machino thirty tools, or pick blades. which will last any two pair of atones to be drowed twice a week, ^r two years, and then any good smith can replace them lor twenty-five cents aPiehave used thia machine in my mill for newly fourteen months, to dress both th- lace and the fur rows of two pair of four leet French Burrs ami there has been no hand-pick used on thorn in all th*ttinie. I know that I make a good yield, and I think tho reputation of iny mill will warrant me in saying that I turn out a llrst-rate article of 1) lour I have a medal awarded me for the invention of an ingenious and usoftil machine for Dressing Millstonos by tho Commissioners appointed at tho exhibition ot tho World a Fair, in the Cryatal Palace, at Now York cifcy, besides flattering certificates IVoin ail I have sold the maohino to. T ' Having recently obtained Lettera patent, Iwanow prepared to Airmail the machines, and to sell State, county and shop righta. ... .u nT All orders must state tho diameter of the mill stones, and the site of the eollar of the spindlo. 1 lie price of the machine, with thirty t?ols. ?a $126. A(l<lre?a J' bliAW UD. 0'Fallon Mills, St L >uls, Missouri. S r. Louis, Missouai, April 25, 1864. Thia is to certify that 1 have been employed in the O'Fallon Mills lor the last ten months, as Miller, du ring which time I have had a fair opportunity of test ing Mr. J. G. Shandss Patent Mi Istooe Dressor. I know, by oxperience wit'i the maohino, that there is not only economy in time and tools, but the stono may be kept in perfect face, and a tine, ever, sharp, grinding dress put on in less time and labor than with hand picks; besides, it takes very little practice to handle the machine, and any one who has expe rience onough in milling to know what is required to sharpen tho face of a stone for grinding, can very aoon learn to do a good job with tho machino. June 9?ly Silas R. Dulih. NEW LADIES' EASHIOS BOOK. FRANK LESLIE'S Uw' Gazette of Paris, Lon don, and New York Fashions. Published on the first of every month, containing all the Newest Fash ions in every department of Ladies' and Children s ? Costume, Jewelry, Ornaments, Furniture, Ac. I"? site is largo quarto, being twioo tho si*e of the Paris Fashion Books, is printed on superb paper of the finest manufitcture, and proftiscly illustrated with over One Hundred Engraving*; in addition to which, each part will contain a splendid Colored Plait, alone worth more than the prico charged for the whole part. Arrangements have been completed iu Paris, whereby tho Newest Fashions will appear in this work before tho Paris Fashion Books are receiv ed by tho steamer. No. 1 was issued on January 1st, 1854 It is by far the best Fashion Book issued in this - country Wo cordially recommend it.?iV". Y. Datly Tim? Takes the highest rank among all journals of its class ? N. Y. Trthun*. This is a superb work.? Hotto* Travtrript. It is the best record of the fash ions now published.?Sunday Piute*, Philadelphia. It oontains all the newest fashions, and a oolored plate of great beauty.?Home Journal. One copy, onayear, $3 ; two do., $6; four do., $0. One copy of the Gazette, and one copy of Harper s, Putnam's, or Graham's Magaaines, one year, $6. Office No. 6 John street, and all Booksellers in the United States and Canadaa. March 24.^ rHRRNOLOfllCAL CABINET. I^OWLERS, WELLS, A CO., Phrenologists and * Publishers, 231 Areh street, below Seventh Phi - j adolphia, furnish all works on Phrenology, Physiol ogy, Water Cure, Magnetism, and Phonography, wholesale and retail, at New York prices. Profes sional examinations, with ebsrts, and full wriU*" desrription* of character, day and evening Cabinet free Msy 22-ly R. D. MtJMfcY, W. m. rummy, m. 1> SURGEONS and Physicians, No. 70 Wfcst Seventh street, (near Vine street.) Cincinnati. Jan.iO TH K PIONiM PATENT OFFICE. THIS well known establishment is still carried on under the personal superintendence of the under signed, bv whom all the necessary drawings, docu uienls. and specifications, for PatenU, Caveats, De signs. 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'-""'aViSk Bsar ' Editor and Proprietor of the People's Journal Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, Prop/,'* Palm! Offire, ?? N,t**au U . Nmr 1 ark. THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, a record of Science, Mechanics, Inveation, and Agriculture I Monthly. Evory number contains 32 fully printed, oo fine paper, and profusely Illustrated with splendid engravings. f?rm'ng at the end of eveij wear two fine volumes, comprising nearly 400 pages, With about six hundred elegant engravlngs^ rerms only ??<? MJmr a ymr, sent by mail. Specimen Copies lt? cents. Address as above. May H NORt'ROM'ft PLANIN" MACIIINK, MY Rotary Planing Machine has just been decided Supreme Court of the United States, and I am now prepared to sell rights to use inallrartsof thelln.^ States This Machine gives universal ?atisfa^tion ? It obtained a Medal both in New York and Boston. w-i?I ??? VoScroST W Itnntlh Prt>. 14. 1864 YOCMO k CARWN, H'hoU.viU fJrocers and Commission Merchants, No. 77 Kxchanre Place, Baltimore, KKKP constantly on hand a large stock of rtroce ries, which they offer on the most favorable term*. Baltimore, Jan. 14 RlilriilRr'n Hill RoNhling School, For Young Men and Hoys. THIS Inntituiion it pleasantly situated, on a high elevation, in a healthy, well-improved, and high ly flourishing neighborhood, Malum county. New Jer sey. The Summer Hession will commence on the 22d of the 6th month, (May.) 1864, and continne twenty two week* The nsual branches of a liberal and thorough Eng lish odncation will be taught. Trrm*?per session. For circular*, Ac., addtess ALLKN FLITCRAFT, Principal, March 8? 3m K1drid|?e's Rill, Salem eo.. N. J. WALL PAPRR*! WALLPAflCIW! |")ARRTSH A nOUOH. 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I am now en tirely free from pain and ache of any kind, and feel like a new man in every reapect, ana unheaitatingly recommend your Bitters to all invalids. Youis, respectfully, Johh R. Coky, Dr. C. M. Jack ton . No. IS Lagrange Place. Philadelphia, January 13, 1853. Dkar Sih : I have used your " lloofland'a German Bittora" in my family for the last four years, for Liver Complaints and Dyspepsia, and am pleased to acknowledge that we have received the greatest ben efit from its use. I have recommondod it to a great many afflicted with similar diseases, with the same good result. I have no hesitation in raying that it ia an invaluable uiedioino, and hope you will be able to introduce it into every family in the Union. Yours, truly, Wm. Huoiiss, Dr. C. M. Jackson. 171 Wood st. These Bitters are entirely vtgtUlhle, thereby pos sessing groat advantages over most of the prepara tions recommended for similar diseases. They possess great power in the removal of diseases of the liver and losser glands, exorcising the most potent influ ence in weaknoss of the norves and digestive organs. Thoy are, withal, safo, certain, and pleasant. Sold at wholesale by the Druggists in the principal cities, and at retail by Apothecaries and dealers throughout tbe United States. For sale in Washington, D. C? by Z. D. GTLMAN, ami in Georgetown by J. L. KIDWELL. April 1?3taw VARA ; OR,THE CHILD OF ADOPTION. 42mo. Price % 1. IT is the history of an adopted child, and such a his tory as must soften the heart and awaken the pity of every reader. It is a story und yet a sermon. Taking the little Vara by the hand, and leading her through the corridors of an eventful life, it loaves up on the mind a genial and lasting impression, which will prove of service. We hope to see it circulated widely.?Buffalo E.cjtrtss. We predict for it an immense solo, and venture to announce the author as a worthy addition to the few distinguished Americon authors. As a work of art, we place it high. Independently of any aim of plot, the language is both cnoste and ornate, frequently pathetic, often humorous. The characters are drawn with great skill, and we can find originals in our mind, who seem to be here carefully pictured.?Newark Daily. A tale of exquisite pathos.? Watchman. Written with remarkable spirit.?Presbyterian. The book will be found profitable in every pious family.?Christian Chronicle. A pure and evangelical spirit runs through the en tire work.?New 1 ork Observer. Just published by , ROBERT CARTER A BROTHERS, New York. 03*" This work will be sent by mail, postage pre paid, to those who send as a dollar. May 31?3t HOUSEKEEPING HARDWARE, AND FANCY GOO DM. J A C. BERRIAN, Importers and Wholesale Deal ? ers in Housekeeping Hardware and Fancy Goods. #01 Broadway, New York Cutlery, Silver, and Pla ted Ware, Ja|>annery, Gorman Silver and Britannia Ware, Composition, Enamelled and Iron Hollow Ware, Bronzed, Copper, and Brass Goods, Bathing Apparatus, Tin, Wood, and Willow Ware, Brushes, Mat*, Baskets. Refrigerators, Sporting Tackle, Ac. Our stock has for years past been equal to and now surpasses in variety and extent any similar establish ment ia the country, and will be sold at prices defy ing competition. The attention of Housekeepers and Merchants is invited to onr stock of Goods and Prices be'ore buy ing. J. A C. BERRIAN, March IS?ly 601 Broadway, New York. IMPORTANT TO VOIINfl M RN. [OFFER for sale upwards of thirty different Re ceipts, many of which have been sold the past year for five dollars a-peice, and the whole comprising ao many different ways to make money. lit the sale of one of the articles alone, I have known young men tbe past vear to make trom five to twolve dollars per day; and in the manufacture and sale of may one of the artioles, no young man of enor#y and ability can fail to make money. Address E. BOWMAN, Boston, Mass , enclosing one dollar, and the wholo nurube. ? Receipts will be forwarded by mail. No letter taken from the office unless prepaid. March I. A. ARNOLD, PATENT AOENT, CCONTINUES the business of furniahiog Drawings, J Specifications, Caveats, Conveyances, and procu ring Patent*. He attends to all business usually re quired to be transacted with the Patent Office. Mod els forwarded by Express, and lettera containing a fee ofUve dollars, are promptly attended to. Person# writing trom a distance should give their town, eoan ty, and State, legibly. Refer to Hon. Thornes J. Rusk, Hon C. F. James, and Hon P. Allea. IT 8. Senate. Dee. ?Am liAHD OIURIAH All) ADAMANTINE CAN DLES. NO. I Extra Lard Oil, well filtered and free from gelatine, manufactured for fine machinery, wool lens, and solar lamps. Star and Adamatino Candies, fall weight and prim* quality, warranted to stand the climate of California, Australia, the Indies, and Afrtat. Orders for nnj quantity executed promptly. Apply to THOMAS KMKRY, Lard Oil. Star and Adamantine Manntacturer. Cincinnati. O OAI.VKHI.liV * HOI.MKW, MANUFACTURERS end Importer* of Rritannia Ware. Tea and Communion Set*. Ice Pitcher*, Ac., No. I()V Race or Sa**afraa *treet, above Third. oppo*ite the White Swan. Philadelpnia. Dee. I?Urn WN. B. i ui vis. ATTOKNBY AT LAW, Madison, Wisconsin. COLLECTIONS promptly attended to. 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Thi* new book for children i* written by a lady, daughter of one of our mo*t enterpriaing and promi nont merchant*, who has long been known a* a writer of vory attractive power* by a large circle of friend* In thi* city, among*! whom her poem* have circula ted In manuaeript. At their urgent requext, the ha* given them to the public in thi* beautiful volnme. and we feel *ure overy young per*on into whoae hand* it may fall will be a* delighted and charmed a* the many who have already obtained it. While *o pleaaant a treat and ao improving a book can be af forded to children, no parent ahould longer let them bo without it. Lately published ? Little Su*y'* Six Rirthdaya; Flower of the Family: Week'* Delight; Marv and Florenco; Leila on the I*lHnd; Leila at llome; Leila in England: The Wind Spirit and the Rain tiodde**; Legend* of Brittany ; and many other new book* for children, at HAZARD K, Feb. 27. 178 Cbeetnut *t., opposite Maennic Hall. "EUtrnal Vigilant* it tk* price of L'hnlv " PROSPECTUS OF THK FREE C11X/I-N. A PAPER FOK TUB PEOPLE. THK undersigned proposes to publish nl (lie seat of govern ui cut of Pennsylvania an InJc ptutlnit De mocratic weekly uewvpuper under the ulu.?e title; and, in announcing thin paipose, we doom it |>ropcr to refer briefly to a low of the general princlph s which ill all govern our course The Scripture loach en that "God created man in bin own image, ' and that all men are consequently breth ron The Declaration of independence recognition thin truth when it declare* that "all uien ore created equal, and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienablerights, among which are lite, liberty aud the pursuit of happiness. ' We believe in the Constitution of the United States, which declares its purpose to be "to form a wore per fect union, establish justice, insure domestia tranquil lity, promote the general welfare, and secure the bles sings of liberty," aud hold that all its provisions should be oonstrued in accordance with this general purpose. 'ibis wns the position and purpose of the sa>es of tho Revolution, aud we, their descendants, should la bor to secure tho blessings of individual liberty and national liberty. We believe in Democracy? a government hy the People and for tho Pooplo?in the Democracy of free thought, free speech, free conscience, froo labor, and free >.iien?in tho Democracy which loathes Oppre ?. sion, and which does not bend its back to sustaiu the interests of a Clas>, however powerful or imposing its numbers or po?iiion. 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A sin a 11 cwh capital required Apply to HENRY JHflWE, III Main street, tinriuall, Ohio. Keb. If> r?> h mik \ti i:. rs tinv ii.i'OKrniHk i \ A I.I. IMHTi OK lite HMTKII UTATIV I J \J \/ \ AGENTS wanluil lo soil Oil It PAKISII -1 9 v *v *V / A great moral anil religious work for thi- Nineteenth Century. I'>- pages, price #1.25. 0n<> thousand copies of this work were cold thu first ilny of publication, and ei|?Ut thousand copied were (Milled tor in less than one month. Tho publisher* fuel ju-liti.nl in paying that i o strictly roligioiu ro mance ha* ever exceeded, if equalled, the popularity of thin work in ro short ? time. For circular of terms. Ac , address L. P. CROWN, A CO., Publbhera, May 2f>. No. ftt C.irnhill, Boston. MINNIWDI'.I I.a NO AOKftCY. Trui'if k Kamlium Ueiieral laud Ajp nU, M Aullie u> Fulls, Miiini'Miiii TUK Subscribers offer their service* to Eastern capitalists in making investment* in Western lands Pew portions of the West present so great in luce lnents f.>r the investment of oapitnl, as Minnesota It possesses a highly productive soil a beautiful and nealtliy climato, and is sottliug with unprecedented rapidity. Lands will increase here in value more in live years than in many places in twenty-live . The subscribers can wake investments which will net fifty and, in sniue cases, a hundred per cent, a year, for many years. Lands can now ho had near new and thriving vil lages for $4, nnd $5 per acre, that in ten years will be worth ten time* that amount. Circulars, containing much reliable information in regard to tho country, furnished griiii*, on applica tion to TRACY A FARNHAM, May 2rt St Anthony Falls, Minnesota. iiKOKOr \v jn.iA'v, Attorney ami Counsellor at Lute, Centre ville., Indiana, WILL attend to the securing and collecting ot claims, and all other business intrusted to bis care, in the counties of Wayne, Randolph, Henry, Union, and Fayette, and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at Indianapolis. Dec. 22 Z I.'. ROB 111 IMS, .Mechanical Kntjlucer und Solicller el PaleuU, Washington, 1). WILL uaako Examinati?u* at the Patent Office, prepare Drawings and SprciAcationr. and pros ecute Applications for Patents, both in the United States and foreign countries Applications for patents which have been rrjucted at the Patent Office, he will, when required, argue before the Commissioner of PatenU, or before the Apellate Court; in which line of practio? he has been successful in procuring a great number of very valuable patents. lie will prepare new specifications and claims for tho re-issue of patents previously granted on imper fect descriptions and claims. Applications for extension* ?f patents, either at the Patent Office, or before Congress, he will also vigor ously prosecute. Also, superintend the taking ef testimony to be used in conflicting applications before the Patent Of fice, or to be read in court. -In all oi.sea of litigation on the subject of patent*, he will prepare the cases for the legal profession, ex plain the sciontiflc and mechanical principles involv ed, and the application of the law thereto. He will also give opinions and advice as to the value and validity of paten s, and may be consulted in cases of infringements of patents, and all other mat ters pertaining to the patent laws and practice in the United States and Europe. Also, prepare caveats, alignments, and all other papers required for securing or transferring patent property. Having been ten years in the constant practice of his profession in this city, and having free access to the mode!* and records in the Patent Office, as well as to its library, and th ?'? Congressional Library," he flatters himself that he can in all cases give per fect satisfaction to those who may place business in hia hands. March 5V?eow Office on F street, opposite the Patent Office. CRtfCKKKi MckUNK, fc ROBINSON, Attorneys and counsellors at law Office Nos. 24 and 26 in Read A Co.'s Post Office quilding. Sacramento. ? Api t^ffic HARD * WILAON, Manufacturers of gold pens, of every description, respectfully call the attention ot the public and l'en Dealers to their recently patented "ANGULAR NIB" Gold Pens. These pens are pro nounced by competent judge.-' t>> be superior to any other now extant. For sale nt the in an ofac lory, northeast corner of Market and Third streets, Phila delphia Jan. 21 NKD DOWI ONE HUNDRED WAYS TO MAKE MONEY, consisting (if new disco\eries, valuable informa tion. and 100 Receipts, by which persons have clear ed from three to ten dollars a day the |>a*t year, and no one can fail to make money. It is suitable for ev ery station in lifo, whether for travelling or a perma nent locality, and something eTery mechanic, trader, and druggist, should bar*. Upon the receipt of one dollar, post paid, tho above will be forwarded. Ad dro?s M. EDWARD DOW, March 1.1. Boston. Massachusetts DR. WESSELHOEFTS WATER CURE. BHATTt.KBOKOIM.II, VKKMONT 4 LL rumors to the contrary, continues to receive a\ patients, for whose recovery and comfort the un dersigned pledge themselves to spare no pains, so that taey may maintain the fame of the establish ment. Its provisions for hydropathic purpo?es are unrivalled, and its supply of pure, soft water is abun dant, cool, and palatable at all seasons, without the nso of ice. Dk. E I. Lkwkntnal., Resident Physician Mr*. F Whhklhoitkt. Proprietress. March 24. rtiat l'MM> AMf> KtH%tC' KvrAHI.IMi tlfcftTuF MORACK WATIhH, No. 333 Uroadyply, New York. T1IK best and inoft improved Piano* and Mr In doona in tho world. T Gilbert A On .'* World * Fair Premium Pianoa, with or without lb* .Kolian. and with iron frame* and circular rcale* The merit* of theae instruments are loo well known to noed far ther commendation. Gilbert'* Boodoir Pianos, an elegant instrument for naall room* Hallet A Cum ston* Piano*, of the old e?tabli*hed firm of Ilallet A Co. Mr. W. being *ole agent for all the above Piano*, he can offer thein lower than anv other honae in the llaited Stated Horace W?t< r? * Piano*, manufac tured expre**ly for bira, baring great i?>wer of tone and elasticity of touch. Piano* of other make In a word BS3 Rroadway I* one of the largeat depot* for Piano* in the world, affording an opjiortunity for selection* not to be had anywhere clso on the Amer ican continent Second hand Piano* at great bar gain*. Price p-oen $A0 to $17&. MKLODRONS. (loodman X Rsldwin's Patent Organ Melodeon*. with two bank* of kiji?a sweet and powerfbl inatrn went. Price* from f 76 to $200 8. D A H. W Smith'! *+J/tm*rn and iiittly-rrl rhutirti Mrlmdtomt. Price* from to $I&A. 0.7" The above mako* are the only one* tuned in tho equal temperament _/J0 M?Mnm of other make*, of all style* and price* Martin'* unrivalled Guitar*, from $2.1 to $A0. Flu ten a*. from to $26 Aeeordtons, from $2 4o $20 Violin*, from $3 to $26. Flute*, from $5 to $ til Braes in*trument*. and other*, o! all kind* Dealer* *applied with the above Piano* and Melo daon* at factory price*. MUSIC. Thi* li*t comprise* the product* of the great ma* ter* of both the American and Kuropean continent*, and ia receiving ron*tant addition* by an extensive publication orthechoft-e and popular piece* of the day. Dealer* in Music, Teacher* of Semlnarie* and Academies. wishing to purchase any muaic puhli*had in tho United State*, or make arrangement* for con tinned *npplio* of Mr Water*'? new iaauea. will find it greatly to their intereat to eall or forward their ordera. Music Kent to any part of the United State*, poalage free May 22. * a. VI H MAM*, Attorney nn.t l'?n??eller al Ij? w, WashingtonCtty IJRACTIOR* in the Courta of the DiatrietofCo lumbia, and before the Department* of the Gov ?rnment. Office over lUnking lloua* ofSelden, Witfc ?r*. A On. JunaM?tf r. r, * ?-o.. WHOLKSALK and retail prom in rn ready mad* ahirt and collar mailnfactory, and gentlemen'* furnishingatorc. No* 7 and # North Sixth street, Phil adelpbia On hand a large aagortment of shirts, eof* lara, dress stocks, glovea. hosiery, Art., which we will sell at tbe lowest rash prices. Shirta and wrappers made to order by measure ment, and warranted to give satisfaction WM W KNTOHZ Jan. M?9a R 0 WALBOKN r RtlWRIAK, No. 117 Hanovrr street, Hoot on Mom., IMPORTER of French and Herman Toy Watches; Manufacturer's Agent for the sale of Jewelry . also, Wholesale Dealer in Vegetable Ivory Oooda. Sewing Silk, Ac. All order* promptly attended to. 1 AM}*** M"'r"AIT HAINTEit H . , Z tt permanent reaident of this hiudL .'""'T ^ y ,nvitM thu t,ubU,! tu viait bis SlTu "!"7 "'th? ?Mvor Mora". iJij"? i: s *d""' "** H REMOVAL! I'-NIO JANNKV's Bout and Shon Store uod sth aif, t ? .?' ir thu 1<Mt tfln >u,ir* looAtod on ? ill ,stro. t iiuir tbo Oenerul font Office, was removed Av?nu?, mw<?? h0u.j ..j or ..t.J. " ??? l,r"l'ni?tor bus spared ?o pains ritto !*!!'|MU?i" * "" ?"???'"?hiiiunt coiuuiiiiHu hoi, Ul? BrUU' ,n,,r^U in ???????. "f Z ,u~l.SL"S,rlirr'*nJ""w <?'"??> ??] Bb'om"? l?S " B..U .,,.1 ' -wry ntjlc ki,d variety" tu "which J tl,t! "lention of mem bora ofCongrJaa ?? 1 ti MMgonerally. IIKNKV .IANN$y I u?n. nv.. north aide, between Broww' Ilotol and 7th *t., third door from tho latter. rutin the If nit r,I Stales Ar^iis. To those persons who may viait Washington. and i e hi want ol u boot that cannot he excelled either tioTu U ?r w?rV?*n?hil?. w<> would nail thoir attcu bo head of ttW^hi,0n|ry t0 bu ,'"u"d un*?r ."T,"1 , w^h.uKto?.? A handaoino and neat ly-in ado boot is not at all times a ho u roe of pleasure I^ oauaed U V ?''T U"? "' "trome tortnVo. Z is fiZl t.^h r manner in which tbo boot the loot. In thia ho bos succeeded ho thai it I, n ^ combined beauty with comfort r0 iJlH1- (i??sl,MKKS <>K l>RY GOODS . . tke"' Supplies in our Mark*I O ST()KK( K|(,f|'L'y' Uo ar? l,,,w iu our NKW ,V. hl?HK, which waa erected expressly for iih U',. think it tbo nioat comfortable and beat lighted store room in the city; and with increaaed roon, taciHtiea largely P?r,unt'u' deemed ,,uito ample, we .hall dcui khkkium \M) muKsrif dhv uim.iis, ,rrr,rh:;:r,^^rrR:^r''* s,r?? atore the preference. Tboae who are Lt judVoT'cd goods cannot fail to lie impressed at once with the manifold and vast advantages to the purchaser r? suiting from the adoption in xW fiJtk ?f !fl purohaaer, lor it beeomea absolutely neceaaarv to meet - *. .u,t .11 a^sraat ??"i'ir r;;^;iu ?'?>?.i .h? prom, . man, mat we cannot and will not sell but for thfl viiSV,Uh!!<' ?r#???rtifc??y ??'<! moat respectfully in to cal! at all tuuea and examine our atoct Jan '' d m p TH?Rl "Central Stores," - _d ??l?-Centre Market.) Washington City. CAMKUON'S (~ KNKUAL,I AGENCY and /nauranco Office 3 Co VJ lumhia Place, (2 doora north of Louiaiana av^ cii.m.V*klr "n*1' <"a'l,,'d?.) Washington, D C menu Congre,a and the diflurent Dopart Jan. 3? d NEW ANP ELEGANT SILKS, KMBRt^T mnv k ?!?VESf CLOAKS, &0. T !F xaWribera beK leavo rrafmctlully to iuvitr tv to ih? fi^i" th? la<lle, ot the oit^ ""<< vicini ,7," n'h -hi"' 60 dr,;r ?uj. H.h hdtU, U, g t r: s-X.. ?sr! , do- Moru intiijuo, brocade ? J??- do black Brocade Silk ; in |* . do , flounced Hrocadc Silks 10 pieces light colorrd plain Pimlt de Soie uu. very rich plaid Silka, do. Silk Illusions, for party dresaes. all col a J do. watered and plain real Irish Poplina i 150 new style I'ana trimmed Chemisettes A Sltwraa in aeta.' '?'I do French embroidered Collars ? do. French embroidered cambric Cbemi ! r,t v and SIm>vps, in sets ; i j rrrnch nmbroidered Cbemiarttea and Sleovra trimmed with Mallei, lioniton. and Valen-' ctennea Laoaa, very cheap; I;', l?ir* "?br?.ideied mu-hn and cambric Sloevea uu Fr*,n'birm1br?,dwd ,,Iwidk ? Rr.at variety ? ?liMI piecea l'.nglish and t ren.-h Thread La?-e 26 velvet Cloaks, latest style ; 2i embroidered cloth Cloaks, latest style xj plain and trimmed cloth Cloaks ' 1 Ml small Persian Seat fa. for the neck jli long Caabmere Shawls , richly-embroidered white crape Shawls; Together with a Kreat variety of new and elegant a rt n li a appropriate to the season; all of which we aro enabled to offer at reduced prices, having taken aj a**1 i"i ,h'''",V'4nrrd lo <??ke our pur chases (Jan. 2 | ll(K)K, BROTIIKK. A CO BEKBK'S NEW YORK HATS SJI'HINO Fashion lor IS54, with other new and I leantiful styl?>s A full aasorUncrit in atore at ' LANK S Fashionable Hat Can, w i m '**"? P"rnW,inK FstablUhniaot. March H |?enn av .near 4) street AI I^MIII MUX K? T?M4 riii i i, ; J r ,T| I'' ,!LI'S,,RI>-in ori* handy volume, ?U those popular ways of makin* money, which have claim d so much attention the past year, via. Prof Wil liamson a. Bowman a. I>r. Shr.ner s. I?r. Xaopi a. K AH ?f Vk I. *"? ' M ?? Cook ?. <1 C Anderaon'a A ol these have been M>ld, warranted to yield rer* keayy pro<to, fh>n. $.'. to 910 per day All together thr^of k Tr d*'aKt r'rt-,n ">?t -ne. two. or hree of them w.ll amt the wishes of eaeh |?rao? look J!.*m *"n!T r^.T'nK buainess, and thus ? t! eorreapondinely double or treble profits To Jhese have been added a number of pi??, n?rr before published, and equal. W not au,-,rior. to the best ?Jk. Ji' V* *U,"d U> """I* "f any who might (xissibly he unsuiteil in the f?at mentioned l be work is complete Satisfaction is guarantied L VlC CiT k h'lrBl*" po?tp?id, to Hp. Itnllinnlrl ThumtoiTi flffirr. Ro<j*i Nn 30. in Hilmitna Temjierniwe Hoa*c. ? ' on Darin *treet No* SO and HI. 8m Pranriaco, May S IMPORTANT TO THE HUND DR KNAPP, (Vulint, at No. 140 Main *treot. Rul fain, New York, restore* aight to the I'.lind with nheu ical vapor*, externally applied Thia new method, ru?iii|t no pain, ia ?t Mea ramvktklc ud ?acce*af?l Several r?nM ? f l.limlnea* are removed by thii treatment, thai. heretofore have been incur* Ma. March 17 ik P r if auk. ?. hall C^H ASK A BALL, AUonwyi and Counsellor* at J Law. Cincinnati, Ohio, practice ia the State Court* of Ohio, ia the Circuit and IHntrtrt ConrU of the United SUIm la Ohio, and in the Kiprrn* Coart of the United State* at Waahington Jan. h ho, ho! vw *?tt brrnwi wwi ARK VOOt WKLL. THAT 18 A MINFmRTTNK. and not a crime ; but to remain gmy when it ia nnfa?h ionable, and ao Una an aMnrtaaity offer* to restore yonr "rich ambroaial lock#," in ail (hair pristine vigor and beauty, in three minute*, without injury to the fiair or ?<((?, by applying John A June* Im pro vol National Hair Dye, ia hat little *hort ?l crime. Therefore, don't delay. Arn>lied and for sale by the original inventor of Lii|ni>l llair l?ye in thi* coantry. JOHN A JON lis, 2.1 Ka*t Baltimore at,, I>et. Front and High. Alao, for *ale at all the respectable l>nigfci*ta and Pancy Store* in every city and town throughout the Uaion. Apnl 1*. (rtlATIS 4 FKW word* on the rational treatment, without J\ medicine, of local weaknea*, nerroa* debility, low of memory, love of attitude, self diatmat, diiai nee*. pimples on the faee, and other infirm itiea of an an By thi* entitely new and highly micceaafnl treatment, every one ia en?h|ed to car*' himaelf perfectly, ami at the li a*t poaaible aoet. Sent to My addrcae, poat Im, in aealed envelope, by remit tine <|>"*t paid) two po?t age stamp*, to l>R B DK LANKY April 1?8m M Lispenard street. New York. IjIIMA.VS HA IK DYE. The beat article ever u?od, at> hundred* can testify in tbia olty and aurroundmg country. Head! GIL MAM'ri LIQUID IIA lit I'VE ma nntu.il y chung en ibii hair In a brilliant jet U/arl or kIomhj Hntwu, which in jh rtmiunit- does nut slain or in any way in jure the skin. No article ever yet iuvuiilml which will com pure with it. We would advise till who have K,liy hairs to buy it, for it uriH-t /ui/k ? llnttuii J'utt. Z. D. G1LM AN, Cheutist, WaxhioKlon city, Invent or and Hole Proprietor. For sale by Druggists, Hair-Dresncrx, and Dealers in Fancy Articles, throughout the lluited State* MKU'inti AI/tl'HINK ?UK ?AhKOHKAl'. WK have deposited with us, for sule, one of Avery's superior Hewing Machine*, and are authorised to dispose of the smnu ae a great bargain. This ma chine is considered one of (he best now in use. We annex herewith the recommendation of some of the principal wholesalo merchant tailors in Now York oity Nkw Yoke, July .'SO, 1863. We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that we have examined the " Avery Swing Atarki/m," and cheeilully recommend it for its simplicity, durability, and ea.iecially for the peculiar siiteh uia<Je by it The stitoh is original, and in appearauoe is liko tho most purled and handsome "back-stitching" We have thoroughly tested the xtrength of the sewing, and urn sutislied that the stitch of this machine makes a UrUHfftr ami Jirvnr *ram than rail It made hy hand. We take pleasure in recommending this Machine to our friends, and to tailors, seamstresses, and families generally, throughout the country : Uoiighton A lvnapp. Wholesale Dealer* in Men's nnd Hoy's Clothing, 19 Courtlandt st. Lock wood A Dubois, Merchant Tailors, 658 Broad way. U. A Uould A Co., Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, 221 Washington st. J. P. Hull, Merehaut Tailor. 653 Broadway. Dick foil A Pettus, Merchant Tailor*, 62-1 Broadway. Apply at the publication ollice of tho J\atnr>iu1 lira, 7th streot, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. March 2. ATI KNl'IO* : SOLDIERS who served in the various wars, ?u> sailors, or thdir widows or heirs, to whom ar rears of pay, extra pay, bounty land, pensions, Ac may be due, may And it to their advantage to hav their claims investigated Address A. M GANG EWER, Attorney and Agent, Washington. I) 0 Bounty land warritnts bought and sold RAZORS! RAZORS!! RAZORsT!! IF you want a tine, smooth shave, call at Pakk kr's, who can now furnish you with one of the ceiobra ted Chinese Razor*, and five others of the best pat terns, of Wade A Butcher's make. Also ton new patterns of the celebrated Tally Ho Razors. One gross of Wade A butcher's Razors, tor barbers, double concave ground. PARKER'S Perfumery and Fancy Storo, May 2 under National Hotel. NEW GOODS. PARKER, at his Perfumery and Fancy Store, un der the National Hotel, 1'a. avenue, is just opon ing a new and complete stock of Goods, consisting, in part, of? GLOVES. Ladies and Gent's Paris Kid Gloves, all sizes and col ors. PERFUMERY. Extracts,from thehouses of Litbin and Prevost, Paais, und Harrison, Philadelphia; ? Genuine German Cologne. Pomatum, liueuf Marrow j Cold Cream, Macassar Oil, W. I. Bfty Rum; Low's Brown Windsor Soap, Cleaver's Honey Soap; Luhin's Rose and Muxk Soups; Taylor's Transparent Balls, Ac., Ac. BRUSHES'. English, French, and Ainorican Hair Brushes, in one hundred difl'cront fiatterns; 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 row Tooth Brushos, London made, for our xales exftressly ; Nail and Cloth Brushes, Ac., Ac., Ac. COMBS. Tuck Combs, latest Paris styles ; Shell, Buffalo, English cold-pressed Horn and India Rubber Dressing Combs; John Fen's premium ivory tine teeth Combs, and Pocket Combs. FOR SHAVING. Guerlain's, Roussel's, and Harrison's Shaving Cream ; Military Cakes, and all other Shaving Soaps ; Badger s hair Shaving Brushes, very superior. PARKER'S PREMIUM RAZOR STROP. Washington, March II, 184#. We, the undersigned, having fairly tested Parker's Metallic Razor Strop Powder, to which the Maryland Institute ha* awarded a premium, take great pleasure in certifying that it will keep the Razor in flue, smooth shaving order, without the use of hone .1. Macpokrhom Bkkeie*. U.S. Senator. W. W. Beaton, Mayor of Washington. W. S. Arc men, House of Representatives. Rov. T. M. Pkarb, Washington City. Thomas J. Rusk, U. States Senator. Hiram Walbridge. Esq , New York city. RAZORS. Wade A Butcher s, of our own importation , Tally-Ho, from 25 cent* to $1.26 each. Razor* imported to order, and all warranted. Jan 2-?d M. SNYDKR, BANKER and Exchange Broker, National Hotel Bnilding, Pennsylvania avonua, Washington eity, D. C. Jan. 11 FOR THK SPRING TRADK. BKERB'S NEW YORK HATS for the spring of 1*54. The second supply of the above elegant llats this day rtccivod at STEV ENS'S March 7. Sales Room, Brown's Hotel. D. CAMPKKLL, SADDLER, Harness, and Trunk Maker, l'ennsyl vania avenue, a few doora east of the Nations) Hotel, City of Washington. Jan. S?Sn KZRA C. SKAMAN, \ TTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Detroit, Mich a\ igan, will practice in the State and United Stales Courts, attend to secaring and collecting debts, aad to investigating titles to lands in any part of the State of Michigan Jan. B?d AI.BKRT G. HROWNK, /COMMISSION MERCHANT, and Agent of the V > Roetnn Hemp Manufacturing Company. Gangs of Rigging, and Manilla Cordage , American, Russia, and Manilla Hemp, for sale Jan. ft?dim No. 152 Commercial at., Boaton FOR THK SPRING TRADE. SHIRTS in every variety of style and quality. Gen tlemen in want of a good fitting shirt can be suit ed in style quality, and price, at STEVENS'S March 7 Sales Room. Brown s laM H. MATTINGLY, I I AT. Cap, and Misses Flat Manufacturer, No. 7 I I Washington Place, 7th street, between D and K, Washington. D. C. Jan. 2. BOOTS AND SHOKS, ? for Ignite*, Utittlemrn, and Children f?* EDMONSTON, west si<i? of 7th street. (nearly I j, opposite Odd Fellows' llall,) manufactures to order, and keeps constantly on hand and lor 'ale, ev ery article Hi his line, of su|*rior quality and at the lowest prices. The public are thanked fc>r their past very liberal patronage, and are assured that no pains shall be spared to merit a continuance of their favors. Jan. I ! WK ARK NOW OPENING, \T our apletididly lighted *ale? room*, on Seventh *treet. 3 door* north of Pennsylvania avenne * choico atstck of rich Kaiicy Dre** tln?d*. embracing all the noveltie* of the wwoa, al?>, Spring Style* Mantellett*, Rlack l.iwo Shawl* ami Scarf? White Crape Shawl*, <'a*bmere Scarf* and Shawl*. Franch Ki I and Silk (Jlove*, Ho*iery and Kmbrnideriea, with ? choice lot of l.inrn nn.1 Staple <iood? in great abundance?all of which will ho *old at lair, low prior* We Invite parch*?? rr to call and examine onrttook. 03*" Observe that all articlt* are warranted to prove a* reprwrted MAXWKLL, 8RARS, A OOLLEY, April 10 7th street, 3 door* above Pa. av SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD. MAHOtiANY, AND WALNUT FURNITURE. Jl'ST recoived at WALL'S choap Hou*? Furnish ing Waroroom*, on He vent h *treet, opposite th? National Intelligencer office, among which may be fonnd? Rosewood, Mahogany, and Walnut Tete-a-Tete an<l Sofa*, in hair, cloth, and hroeaUdle, in great vari ety; Ka*y Chair*. Arm Chaira. and Rocker* to match , Maghogany, Walnut, French. and Cottapc Rod*tead*. Walnut and Mahogany KUgrro*, Cabinet* and Whatnot*. Mahogany and Walnut tnnrlde top and plain liureau*. Mahogany, Walnut, and Maple Wardrobu*; Feather Red*, bair and *huck Maltre?*e*, , Handiome gilt and Mahogany Mirror*; Ami a very large and general assortment of all kind* of good* nece**ary forfnrni*hing, to which the attention of those 'fnrni*hing i* rc*|>ecttnlly invited Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. All of which will be *old very low at WALL'S Hou*r Furnishing Wareroom*. on Seventh street, opt>o?ite Intelligencer office. Jan. 2?<11 w THE CONFLICT U K A U MS Bf UK. COWARD BKKCHKK. This Remarkable Work ha* retuktd Ut Fifth Edition, in Ike brief spate of Four Month* ! A uticceu unprecedented in Theological Pub I tuitions / AN impreaaiou him already linen produced by tbid moaterly tree liar, the moat profound, widu reaching. and p?i uianeut. it ii perfectly manifest to all competent ohaervors, that we are upon the eve of a theological discussion, the moat eomprehenaive, radical, and portentous, the world ha* over wmi. To thia diacuaaion thin hook loud* tho way, villi a momentum irrefutable. Thete ill not a qOexlion in Theology which m not dentin* I to come up for a new and thorough cettlemeiii in the light of thin final development All thoae who have Theological doubt* and diffi cultifH kboold examine ihe /olution thia work affordt.. Those who have no doubt*, but who wiah to afudy the history of oplniou* in the purl, and to keep pee* with the developuienU of opinion in the future, will grievounly err if they neglrct lo make themselves fa miliar with thia book. It contain* the seed* of th* thinking* and debating* oftliu next bandied yearn The reception of tliia work by the The logical press of thn country, boa been tignificant. Kqually doclinii g to accept hie conclusion, they do it on op polite and contradictory ground*. One half of' the Tbeulogical press endorse* the major premise of the argument, and denies the minor. The other half en dorse* iho minor. anddt-iiiu* the major. And on they aru probnbiy both rijrht in thrir positive element, and wront; in their negative, the work bun received a Vir tual Endorsement id' the luont powerful kind Ax regard* the ability of the work, and its claim* on the atteutiou of all, th* following extract* may suffice . From thn Prifireton llepertoiy?Old Srluiol Orthodox, It ia characterized by great ability, by an earnert spirit, by franknoa.1, candor, and courtesy. It haa a special interest for u?. Wi hail it am an am.y The author abuts hi* readers up to the choice between Orthodoxy and the doctrine of lJre Existence. Ft out lli) Univer?oh*t Quarterly and (ir/ierul Re view, Jan , 1864. We h?vo the uo>el spectacle of a man clinging with a ina.?terly graap to nil the fundamental* of Oi thodnxy, * * * jetdealiog it a bluw beneath wh eh it reels. It would he difliMilt to Dud within the limit* of a hundred | iigea any treatise or t-asuy tluit can coni par - in importance With this analysis (Ii. iv) of Or thodox doctrine*. l>r Heecher li'u) atruek upon the right principle in hi* theory oi'typioul iuterpielation, in the fifth of Roman*. F'Om the Mfihtnlut Quatteili/ Kev/rw. The profouudcHi questions of Theology are, taking bold of the American mind. The " Conflict of Ages ' i* an earnest exposition of the great problem of The oli.py, by an corneal man, who feela and think* strongly. The beok in very able in many reaped*. From the litlt/iotluca Sarin, A n. lover, Orthodox, iW w School. This volume is the fruit of original investigation. Eyry page of it boar* thn impreas of a mind tbnt think* for i'S'lf, "<* # * The book will bo read in future time; and a* it contain* inuc.b which a lover of truth will comim-nd, a* well as much which he will condcmn. it calln for aome addition to the great labor which ha* already benu expended upon it. The name periodical advisee the preparation of an index. From thn Itilpli*' Chrintian Krfiiw, Hartford. Tho problem proponed for discussion is the moat difficult and inoiuontous that can engage the hnmau mind. * * * * lie considers, in detail, all the moral and theological Kolutiona that have been at tempted in all age*, by the ancient* an J by the mod erns, * * * and reject* the whole without heai tation or remorae. Christian Examiner, ( UntUr out.) We should trespass on the patience of our readers, if we proautned here to give our views upon the startling, yea, the appalling exhibition, which Dr. V. haa made of the Orthodox System. Boston Congregational/ft. If Universal ist* and II ni arian* will rend the work candidly, it muit have a powerful tendency to draw them off tho slippery rock on which they stand. Christian F.X'iminer. How much anxiety which the book will cause to the Orthodox may be allowed fo transpire publicly, wo cannot say; for policy in ay dictate reaerre,- but in private there must bo a frequent repetition of the queation, " Men and brethion. what aball we do? " From thr Jiaston CoHgiequtionnliu. Pugb ' ' Henpen, the *ky is falling." " Who told you, Chicklick ' " "I went down into the garden, and a currant fell on mi/ head .'" From thf. Chritluin Examiner. The word " Pugh " is easily a|>oken. We conaidt-r the book na so manifestly destined to re-open, in the most effective way. our whole controversy, and, in the \ long result, to win anch a triumph for oar general viewa of tbe doctrine* of the llibln, that we would give our vote to a pioposition that nne-half the whole nam of fifty thousand dollar* which the Unitariana are about to raise for tbe circulation of their book* abould be spent in tbe di* semination of thii volnn e From the Unitarian MonthJi/ Knfr'fiam Magazine. Edited hy tirv. Mr. i/awi'H'to*. Dr. Beecher ? theory act* with moat logical force against Orthodoxy, wilb most spiritual fome agaii rt I, nitarianipW Tboau aposile? of lax notions reaped ing Bin'a sinfulness and need of regeneration who have hastened to greet tbia volume a# an ally to tb< ir cause, will be auhjeet to a disappoint* eot * * Whoever undertake* to answer ti.cgrner. I arc intent except perha|>* from thr ground of extreme Pelagian ism, will find room for the exereiae of hia beat fac ulties The fate ol tbi* book will lie aingular Hold, read, admired, discussed, abused plundered from, laughed at. to aa full a measure as the most ambitious writer coald desire National Era. Thii work baa eauaed a great com mi lion among the D 1>. * in our land. It merits their attention. N. Y. T'Htnne. The most significant work an Theology which has appeared of laie in many respects, thin volume (a one of the most curious, as well a* one of the most suggestive, pro ductions of modern American Theology. Philadelphia Pr*tl>iflrrniH Qnartrrtf, \ew St-han' Able It unquestionably ia Wettminurr Kevin-, England. Tbe " Conflict of Age*" ia. in effect, a protest against Calvinism by on* of the le-.ling Calvintstic divines of New Kagland liotlun Congregational**!. 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