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"Eternal Vigilant* it the price of Liberty."
PROSPECTUS 07 THE FREE CITIZEN. A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE. THE undersignod propose* to publish at the Boat of government of Pennsylvania, an Independent De luooratio weekly newspaper under the above title; and, iu announcing this purpose, wo deem it proper to refer briefly to a few of the general principles which thai I govern our course. The Scripture toaohes that "God created man in his own iuia?e,' and that *11 men are consequently breth ren. The Declaration of Independence recognises this truth when it declares that "all men are created equal, and that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We believe in the Constitution of the United States, which declares its purpose to be "to form a more per fect union, establish jus(400, insure domostia tranquil lity, promote the general welfare, and secure the bles Bings of liberty," and bold that all its provisions should be construed in accordance with this general purpose. This was the position and purpose of the safes of the Revolution, and we, their descendants, should la bor to sooure tho blessings of individual liberty and national liberty. We believe in Democracy?a government by the People and for tho People?in the Democracy of free thought, free speech, free conscience, free labor, and freemen?in the Democracy which loathesOppre 1 sion, and which does not bend its back to sustain the interests of a Clo?, however powerful or imposing its numbers or position. A Democracy whioh does this, which despisos the Poople, underrates thoir intelli gence, disregards their opinions, and abuses their con fidence, we look upon as a pretence and a sham. If man is to be considered merely as a stall fed aniinsl, to be satisfied when filled with creature comforts, then will free citixcns and free laborers be looked upon as a nuisance and an incumbrance; but not whon they are regarded as the life-blood of the Republic. We have been told that suoh a paper as we propose to print cannot live in the atmosphere of Harrisburg, that the politicians of Pennsylvania have so debauch ed her public sentiment as to crush out all regard for Justice, Humanity and tho RighU of Man as pro claimed in tho Declaration of Independence; but we do not beliove this. Every friend of freedom and .de mocracy has a personal interest in the reputation of the Commonwealth, and we trust every friend of tho cause will do his part to sustain The Prick Citizen. and refute this slander on tho Keystone State. Tkkmn.?THE FREE CITIZEN will be printed oa a large and handsome sheet, at Two Dollars per year, payable invariably in advance. Three copies will be sent for $5 ; 6 copies for $8 ; and 10 copies for $15. No paper will be~sent unless the uu/ney ac companies the order. Address A. M. GANGEWER, ilarrisbursr, Pa. The following is a lint of the Free Dem ocratic and Anti-Slavery papers published in the United States: FREE DEMOCRATIC PRESS. Inquirer, Portland, Me.; A. Willey ; $2 per annum Ind. Democrat, Concord, N. H.; G. G. Fogg; $2. News, Keene, N. H,j S.Woodward; $1.26. Democrat, Manchester, N. H.; J. H. Goodale; $1.50. Messenger, Portsmouth, N. H.; T. J. Whittam ; $1. Freeman, Montpelier, Vt.; D. P. Thompson; $2^ Observer, Morrisville, Vt.; J. A. Soinerby; $1.25. Telegraph, Springfield, Vt.; L.T.Guernsey; $1.75. Democrat, Brattleborough, Vt.; W. Nichols; $1.50. Brandon Post, Bntmlon, Vt.; P. Weloh; $1. Cuurfcr, Burlington, Vt.; G. C. Saiusou, $1.50. Commonwealth, Boston, Ms.; J. D. Baldwin; daily $5, weekly $2. Sentinel, North Adams, Ms.; A. D. Brock; $1.50. American, Lowell, Ms.; W. 8. Robinson ; tri-week.; $3. News, Fitchburg, Mass.; H.F.Rollins; $1.50. Essex County Freeman, Salem, Ms.; J. Emmett; semi-weekly, $11.50. Republican, Greenfield, Ms. Spy, Worcester, Ms.; J. M. Earle; $2. Standard, New Bedford, Ms. Courier, Northampton, Ms. Oacette, Dedham, Ms.; Henry 0. Hildreth; $2. Democrat, Dedham, Ms.; E. G. Robinson; $2. Sentinel, Lawrenoe, Ms.; John Ryan A Co.; $2. Rhode Island Freeman, Providence, R. I.; Crawford A Harris; $1. Republican, Hartford, Ct.; Bartlett A Hawley ; $2. Northern Standard, Keeseville, N. Y.; Lansing A Follett. Herald, Ellington, N. Y.; A. 8. Brown. Evening Chronicle, Syracuse, N. Y.; H. R. Raymond daily $3, weekly $1.50. Spirit of the Age, Norwich. N. Y.; J. D. Lawyer; $1. Wyoming Co. Mirror, Warsaw, N. Y.; A. Holley ; $2 Telegraph, Oneida, N. Y.; D. H. Frost; $1.26. Banner of the Times, De lluyter, N. Y. Free Press. Wellsrille, N. Y.; A. N. Cole;- $1.60. Frederick Douglass' Paper, Rochester, N. Y.; Fred erick Douglass, $2. Free Press, Gouverneur, New York; Mitchell A Hul bert; $1. Herald, Jamestown, N. Y. Canon League, Syracuse, N. Y.; J. Thomas; $1.60. American Banner, Cherry Valley, Pa.; Jonh B.King Courier, Coneantville, Pa.; G. W. Brown. Olive Branch, Norristown, Pa.; Joseph Moyer; $1. Saturday Visiter, Pittsburgh, Pa; Jane G. A William Swisshelra; $1.50. Freeman, Mercer, Pa.; W. T. Clark; $1.50. Weekly Crescent, Erie, Pa.; Caugbey A MoCreary; $1.50. The People's Journal, Coudersport, Potter county, Pa.; Dougall, Mann A lla*kell ; $1.50. Dispatch, nttsburg, Pa,; Foster A Fleeson ; daily $3, weekly $1. Clarion of Freedom, Indiana, Pa.; Moorhead A Mc Claran; $1. Die Frie Press, Philadelphia, Pa.; F. W. Thomas; dai ly. $3 The Christian Statesman, Mansfield, O.f Rev. Ed ward Smith. The Oberlin Weekly Times, Oberlin 0.; Reed. Homestead Journal, Salem, O.; A. Hinksman, $1.60. Christian Press, Cincinnati, O. j $2. True Democrat, Cleveland, O.; Thomas Brown; dai ly $rt, weekly $2. ? Ashtabula Sentinel, Jefferson and Ashtabula, O.; W. C. Howell; $2. Mahoning Free Democrat, Youngs town, 0.; M. Cullo tan; $140. Commercial, Cleveland, 0.; H.M.Addison; $1.60. Journal, Wellington, 0.; George Brewster; $1.60. Western Reserve Chronicle, Warren, 0.; E. O. How ard ; $2. Telegraph, Painsville, O.; Gray A Doolittle ; $2. Ohio Times, Mount Vernon, O.; Chapman A Thrall; $1.6? Independent Democrat, Elyria, 0.; Philemon Bliss; $2. Columbian, Columbus, 0.; L. L. Rice. Free Democrat, Chardon, O.; J. 8. Wright; $1. Star, Ravenna, O.; Lyman W. Hall; $1.50. Herald of Freedom, Wilmington, 0.; J. W.Chaffin; $1.50 True Republican, Greenfield, O. Williams Democrat, West Unity, 0.; Win A Hunter. Free I?emocrat, Detroit, Mich.; 8. H. Baker; daily $5, weekly $1. Free Democrat, Indianapolis, Ind.; R. Vaile; $1.60. Western Citlnen, Chicago. III.; Z.C.Eastman; daily and weekly. Journal, Sparta, III.; I. 8. Coulter; $t 25. Western Freeman, Galesburg, III.; W. J. Lane; $2. Standard, Freeport, III. Free Democrat, Milwaukie, Wisconsin; 8 M Booth ; daily $?, tri weekly $3, weekly $2. Advocate, Racine, Wisconsin; C. Clement; daily $6, Telegraph, Kenosha. Wisconsin; Sholes A Dentmore ; daily $5, weekly $1.50. Free Press, Janesvill#, Wisconsin; Joseph Baker; Western Freeman, Fond dn Lee, Wisconsin; J. A. Smith; $160, 1 democrat, 0?hkosh, Wiscotsin; George Bumside * Co.; $1.50. Kentucky News, Newport, Ky.j W. 8. Bailey, $1. True Democrat, Mount Pleasant, Iowa; J. W. Howe; $1.60. Der Demokrat, Davenport, Iowa; Th. Gulieh; $2. Pacific Statesman, San Francisco, Cat.; J. II. Purdy. Der National I>emokrat, Washington, D. C.; Fred. Schmidt, editor; $2. ANTI-SLAVERY PRESS. Liberator, Boston, Ms.; Win. Lloyd Garrison; $2 50. Pennsylvania Freeman, Philadelphia, Pa.; C. M. Bur leigh; $2. National Anti-Slavery Standard, New York, N. Y.; 8. H Gay A E. Quincy ; $2. Antl-8lavery tingle, Salem,O.; M. R.Robinson ; $1.60. Voice of the Fagitive. |j#y* of Liberty; . OK, ? BUSKS FOB THE TIMKS. THIS if th? till* of a volume of chota* Anti Hlavery vorMM, collected from varioti* ?ourcvp?, it ml pnt into one little volume of fifty four pagrn, handnomely printed, and hound in cloth Publish ed hy BKLA MAR8H, May 29. No. 0 Franklin fttreet, Burton. STRAYED OR STOLEN Tuwd.y night, M.y 2M, from the O Henry Powell, in Alant?ftgt"er Kr?vi?h color, Steers. One large, roughinad? > hind with short tail and cm?, and long oiaws ^ Hllu ot^r Vw'^ one,dark^>r)nJ^u>wi SV^S be entitfed to a liberal reward, by dropping a line to A 11 UOULD. Hudson, Summit county, Ofoo; or to IIKNRY POWELL, Mantua, Portage county, Ohio. Hmlson, May 30, 1854. Jtta? 8~2t IMPUHTANf TO Mtl L "WNUi# HAVING received my Letters Patent for an im proved method of Drowing Millstone*, l am now prepared tu furnish Machines to Millers ami Mill Owner*. , , . I will guaranty that any practical Miller con, at the lint trial, if he will try, drew a pair of Burrs in half the time that ho csn do it with the common band pick now in ?so ; and that the work don?. by the machine shall he better than can be done by nine ?ub of ten of the best handlers of the common pick. The machine makes a clean, clear, thread-like mark, and does not britUe up nor break the face of the stone. It can be controlled at the will of the operator, n_ idaatly to make the most dolicate lick or one with the force of ten pounds, if required- Every Pra?*?cai Miller knows that 4 stone is only 10 "J? dress ed where the proof stafT indicato*. This can be done by the machine, no matter how brittle or tender, or how close and hard the face or place en the stone iniiy be. the operator can face it down, or touch as lightly as he pleasos. There are throe very good rea sons for trying them : 4 First. Wilh lair use, the machine will last twenty years Second. It is complete within itself, and w 1 not take five minutes, nor cost five cents to try _t. Third. I give with the machine thirty tools, or pick b I ados, which will lust any two pair of stones, to be dressed twice a week, lor two years, and then a y good smith cau replace thorn for twenty-five ?ents R| I havo used this machine in my mill for nearly fourteon months, to dress both the face and the(fur row* of two pair of four leet French Burrs and there has been no band-pick used on them,in all thst time. I know that I make a got d yield, and I think the reputation of my mill will warrant ine in saying that I turn out a first-rate article ol Hour , 1 have a medal awarded me for tho invention of an ingenious and useful machine for Dress,ng Millstones, by the Commissioners appointed it the exhibition of the World's Pair, in the Crystal Palace, at New \ ork city, besides Haltering certificates from all 1 have sold the machine to. ' T ' Having recently obtained Letters patent, I am now prepared to furnish the maehinos, and to sell State, county and shop rights. rry All orders must state the diameter of the mill stones, and the bir.e of the collar of the fpind}?- 1 price of the machine, with thirty tools, is $1-5. Address A V -^r- ? O'Fallon Mills, St. Louis, Missouri. St. Lotus, Mihsouri, April 25, 1864. This is to cortify that I 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 ine Mr. J. 0. Shands s Patent Mi lstone Dresser. I know, by experience wit'i the machine, that there is not only oconomy in time and tools, but the stono tuay be kopt in perfect face, and a tine, even, 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 enough in milling to know what is required, to sharpen the face of a stone for grinding can very soon loam to do a good job with tho machine. June 9?ly Silas R. Pcliw. NEW LADIES' FASHION BOOK. FRANK LESLIE'S Ladies'' 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. Th*" site is large quarto, being twice the sue of the Paris Fashion Books, is printed on superb paper of the finest manufacture, aud profusely illustrated with over One Hundred Engravings; in addition to which, each part will contain a splendid Colored Plate, alone worth more tban the price charged for tho whole part. Arrangements have been completed in Paris, whereby the Nowest Fashions will appear in this work before the Paris Fashion Books are receiv ed by the steamer. No. 1 was issued on January 1st, 1854. It is by far the best Fashion Book issned in this country. We cordially recommend it.?N. Y. Datty Time* Takes the highest rank among all journals of it* elass ?TV. Y. Tnhuiw. This is a superb work ? Boston Transmvt. It is the best record of the fash ions now published.?Suiulay Timej, Philadelphia. It contains all tho newest fashions, and a colored plate of great beauty. ?Home JoitrhaJ. One oopy, one year. $3 ; two do., $6; four do., $9. One copy of the Oacette, aud one copy of Harper s, Putnam's, or Graham's Magazines, on? y*ar, $5. Office No. ft John street, and all Booksellers in the United States and Canada*. March 14. PIIRF.INOLOOICAL CABINET. I^OWLERS. WELLS. A CO, Phrenologists and 1 Publishers, 5$ 1 Arch street, below Seventh Phi - adelphia, furnish all works on Phrenology, Physiol ogy Water Cure. Magnetism, and Phonography, wholesale and re.ai', at New York pnees. Profe* ?ional examination*, with eharts, and full writUn descriptions of character, day and evening ^ahmet II. II. nilMEV, Ifl.in., w. H.lWDtt**, HI. D OUR0E0NS and Physicians, No. 70 West Seventh O Rtreet. (near Vine street.) Cincinnati. Jan. .to TH>: PEOPLE* PATENT OFFICE. THIS well known establishment is still carried on under the personal superintendence of the under sieneti, by whom all the necessary drawings .docu ments, and specifications, for Patent*, sighs, Foreign Patent*. Ac., are prepared with the utmost fidelity and despatch, on very moderate terms IVrsons wishing for advice relative to Patents or Inventions may at all times consult Uie undersigned without charge, either personally at his office or by letter To those living at a distance, he would that all the needful steps necessary to secure a Pat ent, can be arranged by letter, just as well as if the party were present, and the expense of a journey be thus saved. When parties wish to be informed as to the probability of being enabled to obtain I atenU. it will be necessary for them to forward by mail a rough outline skotch and description of tho invention. No fee or charge is made for such examinations Private consultations held daily with Inventor*, from tt A. M to 6 P M All consultations and busi ness strictly private and confidential. Models from a distance may be sent by express or ?}7 r"tb" '"'""""alv'c.'XI!' bbaSt """ * ft ' Editor and Proprietor of the People s Journal. Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, Peoples Patent Ofif.v, Hfi Nassau sr. New I ork. THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, a record of Science, Mechanics. Inveation, and AgriodtJW Published Monthly. Every number contain* .Hi pages, he*"", fully printed, on fine paper, and profusely illostraU-d with splendid engravings, forming at the end ot every vear two fine volumes, comprising nearly 4tm |ntges, with about six hundred elegant engravings^ lenns only one dollar a year, sent by mail. Specimen Copies I J} cents Address as above May n. NORCHOW* PUNINO MACHINK. MY Rotary Planing Machine has just been decided not to infringe the Woodworth Machine, by the Supreme Court of the United States,and I aui noiw prepared t? sell right# to use nall States Thi* Machine gives universal It obtained a Medal both in New \ ork and Boston^ ^ VoiSioS Ijowell, Feh. 14, 1854 YOU PI A k CAHWN, IVkolemle Grocers and Commission Mercktints, No. 77 Exchange Place, Baltimore KEEP constantly on hand a large stock of Groce ries, which they offer on the most favorable terms Baltimore. Jan. 16. Mdriilge'ft Hill Boarding Sfliool, For Young flfen and Roys THIS Institution is plessantly situated, on a high elevation, in a healthy, well improved, and high ly flourishing neighborhood. Salem county, New ? er 1 The Summer Session will commence on the 22d r/the 5th month, (May,) l?M. and continue twenty tWTh?uJual branches of a liberal and thorough Eng lish education will be taught. Trims.?$<*0 per session. Foreirculaw, Ac.^^.hesSRA^T pr,nc,p#, March 8-3m Eldridge's Hill, Salem eo.. N. J WAl.I. PAPRRH! WAIJ, PAI'KR*! |)ARHIMH k HOIIAH, Mannf?ot.<ir?ni ?nii Imrort 1 kt* of Paperliitnging*. Border*, l>?ror?tion?, Curtain Paper*, Klre-Roard Print*, kckc*, offer tha nam* ?t very /n? price*, wholesale or retail Order* promptly attended to. Addrem, PARRISH k H01T0H. Jan 28?l?t No. 4 North 6th it., Philadelphia Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Pyapeitkla, I hreiiie ?' Nervous Ur Willy, Uiteiur* ?( the KMneya AND all diwuw arising from u. disoidoitd iiv?-? or stomach, tuch w Constipation, liiwuri PileSt Fullness or Blood to the iletul, Aeidit v of tho Storn aok. Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for rut'd, !? ulluass or Weight in tho Stomach, Sour Eructation*. Sink ing or Flatultucy at the Pit of the Stomach, bwini iniug of tho ilead, Hurried und Difficult breathing, Fluttering of tho Heart. Choking or Huffiwating Sou sations wuea in a lying posture, Diuiuuss of V i.ion, Dots or Wobs before Ihe sight, Feveraml dull paio iu the head, Dolicieaoy of Porspiratiou, Yellownoss ot the skiu and eyes, Pains in the side, back, chest, limbs, Ac., Sudden flushes of heat, Burning in the flesh, Cot'Staut imaginings of evil, und Oreat Dt-prts sion of spirit*, can be effectually cured by DOCTOR HOOFLANIVS CBLRHRATRD GERMAN HITTERS, Prepared by Dr. C M. JmIimu at llir irriuun Medicine Stare, 1'JO Arch street rinlttdel|.lilu. Their power over the above disoases is not ex celled, if equalled, by any other preparation in the United States, as tho cures a'test, in many case* af or skillf'.'l physiciAns had failed. There BifUrs are worthy the attention of invalids. Possessing grout virtues in the rectification ot diseases of the liver and lessor glands, exercising tie most searching power in wiikntM and affections of the di gestive organs, they are withal sale, oftrtaiu, aud pleasant. Mine fluni' Testimony. PhII.ADBI.PIIIA, M'trrk I, 1863. Dkar Sir : For the past two year* I have been se verely afflietod with Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, and Piles, suffering constantly the pains and inconveni ences attendant upon such oomplaints, without euer gy, being scarcely ablo to attend to any business. 1 used a groat deal of inodicioo, without any apparent chauge until I used your " lloofland's Herman Bit ters. Thoy have entirely cured me. I am now en tirely free from pain and acho of any kind, and feel like a new man in every respect, and unhesitatingly recouiineud your Bitters to all invalids. Yours, respectfully, John B.Cohy, Dr. C M. JartsoH. No. 12 Lagrange Place. Pill LADKI. l*H I A, January lit, 1853. Dear Si it: I have used your '? HooflandPtf German Bitters" 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 recommended it to a greal many afflicted with similar diseases, with the same good result. I have no hesitation in raving that it is au invaluable medicine, aud hope you wilk.be able to introduce it into every tMluily iu the Union. Yours, truly, Wm. Hikihkh, Dr. C. M. Juckton. 171 Wood st. These Bitters are entire!# vegetable, thereby pos sessing great advantages over most of the prepara tions recommended for similar diseases. They possrss great jmwer in the removal of diseases of the liver and lesser glands, exercising the most potent influ ence in weaknoss of the norves and digestive organs They are, withal, safe, certain, and pleasant. Sold at wholesale by tho Druggists in the principal cities, and at retail by Apothecaries and dealers throughout the United States. For sale in WashingtJin, D. C., l?y Z. D. GFLMAN, and in Georgetown by J. L. K1DWELL. April 1?3taw VARA ; OK,THE CHILD OF ADOPTION. 12mm. Price $1. T is the history of an adopted child, and pucli a Bis .m. tory as must soften the heart and awaken the pity of every reader. It is a story and yet a sermon. Taking tho little Vara by the hand, and leading her through the corridors of an eventful life, it leaves up on the uiind a gonial an.l lasting impression, which will pr<>ve of service. We hope to see it circulated widely.? Buffalo Esprit*. We predict for it an immense salo, and venture to announce the author as a worthy addition to the few distinguished Ameiicm authors. As a work of art, wo place it high. Independently of any aim of plot, the language is both ehasto aud ornato. frequently pathetic, often humorous. The characters are drawn with great skill, and we can find originals in our mind, who seem to he here carefully pictured.?Newark Daily. A tale of exquisite pathos.? Watrhtnan. Written with remarkuble spiritPretty terian. Tho book will be found urotltabla in every pious family.?UhrtMutn Chroniele. A pure and evangelical spirit runs through the en tire work.?New York Observer. Jnst published by _ ROBERT CARTER A BROTHERS, New York. Q^- This work will be sent by mail, postage pre paid, to those who send us a dollar. May 31? 3t HOtlSEKEEPINO HARDWARE, AN1? PANL'V noouii. A C. BERRIAN, Importers and Wholesale Deal ? . ersin Housekeeping Hardware and Fancy Hoods, ?01 Broadway, Now Y'ork Cutlery, Silver, and Pla ted Ware, Japannery, German Silver and Britannia Ware, Composition, Enamelled mud Iron Hollow Ware, Bronned, Copper, and Brass Goods, Bathing Apparatus, Tin, Wood, and Willow Ware. Brushes, Mats, Baskets, Refrigerators, Sporting Tackle, Ac Our stock has for years past been equal to and sow surpasses in variety and extent any similar establish ment ia the country, and will be sold at prices defy ing competition. The attontion of Housekeepers and Merchants is invited to our stock of Goods and Prices before buy ing J. A C. BERRIAN, March 13?ly 1?' Broadway, New York IMPORTANT TO YOUMfl WEN. I OFFER for sale upwards of thirty different Re ceipt*, many of which have been sold the past year for five dollars a-peice, and the whole comprising so many different ways to inake money. In the sale of one of the articles alone, I have known young men the past year to make from five to twelve dollars per day; and in the manufacture and sale of any one of the articles, no young man of energy and ability can fail to make money. Address K. BOWMAN, Boston, Mass , oncloaing one dollar, and the whole nutnbe. ? Receipts will be forwarded by mail. No letter taken from the office unless prepaid- March L A. ARNOLD, PATENT AO KNT, /CONTINUES the business of furnishing Drawings, V_y Specifications, Caveats, Conveyances, and procu ring Patents. He attends to all business usually re quired to be transacted with Ihe Patent Office. Mod els forwarded by Express, and letters containing* fee of Ave dollars, are-promptly attended to. Persons writing from a distance shuuld give their town, ooun ty, and State, legibly. Refer to Hon. Thotaas J. Rnsk, Hon C. F. James, and Hon P Allen. U P. Senate. Dec ?Hui T.aro oil,star ami adamantink tan dub. I J N 0. 1 Extra Lard Oil, well filtered and free from gelatine, manufactured for fine machinery, wool lens. and solar lamps Star and Adamatine Candles, fnll weight and prim* quality, warranted to stand the climate of California, Australia, the Indies, and Africa. Orders for any quantity executed promptly. Apply to THOMAS EMKKY, Lard Oil, Star and Adamantine Manufacturer. Cincinnati, 0. C'ALV KHLhV * HOl.MM, MANUFACTURERS and Itnporter* of Rritannit Ware, Tea and Communion Set#, Iff Pitcher*, Ac., No. IftV Race or Saasafra* street, above Third, opposite the White 8wan. Philadeipnia. Dee. I?Am VTM. n. Mltvis, ATrORNKV AT LAW, Madison, tt'ixetm*m. COLLECTIONS promptly attended to. Particnlar attention paid to suoh claim* a* are marked "(lone Went," Ar., against person* residing in any of the Western State* Address as above, post paid Jan. t IMPORTANT TO 77/K BLINl). PATIKNTS may he daily seen, at Dr Knapp's Rye Inflrtnary, No. 140 Main street, Buffalo, N V , who are obtaining their sight by having chemical va por* applied externally, and ranrimg no pnin what ever May 8. A PINK CHlNCK, UNPARALLELED and honest profits, with a small capital; for particular*, address, pout paid. Box tt.1, Orawfordsville, Indiana. April 27?At A CHARMINN B4MIK. LATELY puhli*hed,fn one beantifally-ornainented volume. 4to, Stories for Alice. By a Mother With four exquisite designs print oil in three tint*. Cloth, 75 cent*; or richly colored, $1; and with gilt side* and edgo*, #1 26. Thi* new book for children i* written by a lady, daughter of one of onr most enterprising and promi nent merchant*, who hn* long been known n? a writer of rmy attractive power* by a large circle of friend* in thi* cily, amongst whom her poems have circula ted in iiianu?aript. At their urgent request, she ha* given them to the public in thi* beautiful volume, and we foel sure every young person into whone hand* it may fall will be as delighted and charmed a* the many who have already obtained it. While so Eoasant a treat and ao improving n book can he af rded to children, no parent *hould longer let them be without it. Lately published? Little Susy'? Six Birthday*; Flower of the Family; Weok'* Delight; Mary and Florence; I<eila on tho I*laml, Leila at Home; l<eila in England . The Wind Spirit aad the Rain tlodde**; l?egend* of Brittany, and many other new book* for children, at HAZARD 8, Feb. 27. 178 Chestnut st., opposite Masonic Hall. lor Bli' K i?rM? WtNit.li, rpo emulate iii ?vury county in the Union auine 1 iuo?t rapid wiling, popular. and buautifUlly il Itijli mud subscription book*. A small caah capita) required. Apply to HEN RY HOWE 111 Main gtroet Cin innati. Ohio. Feb ' ? OH .uKAi.K iVDC .I I'OKTKIIi S |> ALL P \ K'l ? HI' Mi K I) ?l rno HTATIK. 1 ()()() AGENTS wanted to suit OUR PARISH 1 A k out moral and religious work toi the Nineteenth Oeutury 462 pages, price $1 25 Oue thousand copies of this work were sold the first, day of publication, and sight thoutand copios were vull< d for in lew than one month The publisbora feel justified in ?ayiug that so strictly religious ro mance hit a ever exceeded, If equalled, the ixiDulariiv of thia work in so short a time. 1 1 ' For circular of teruia, Ac , address L. P. CROWN, A CO., Publishers, No. f.l C .iuhiil, Boston Minkkkiiia i.aNU ahkx.y. Tni.-jr It Karnbuiii, Oenerul I?ud Agents, ftt. Autl.o nr Valh,MiKirMtii HTMIE Subscribers offer their aervioea to Eastern 1 capitalists in making investments in Weatern landa. Few portions of the Wtst present so groat induce ments for the investment of capital, ,tH Minnesota Lt possesses a highly productive aoil a beautiful and Healthy climate, aud ia aettling with unprecedented rapidity. Lauda will increase here in value more in five> yours than in many places in twenty-live The subscribers van make inveatmenla which will net filty and, in anna* caaea, a hundred per cent, a yar, lor many years. Landa van now be had near new and thriving vil lages for $3, $4, nnd $6 per acre, that in ten yeara will be worth ten timea that amount. Circulars, contuining much reliable information in regard to the country, rurniahed grati.i, on aoulica t<0?t0 TRAC V' A F A K V11A M, May 21$ St Anthony Falls, Minnesota. W KOHO (C W JULI AN, Attorney and Counsellor at Low, CentrevilU, Indiana, VIA ILL attend to the aevuring and collecting of * ? claims, and all other business intrusted to hia care, in the counties of Wayne, Randolph, Henry Union, and Fayette, and in the Supreme and Federal Courts at Indianapolis ]iei. 22 /. *\ ItOltldVV Mechanical Engineer ami Solicitor ef PateuU, Washing! an,. I). \irrLL moke Examinations at the Patent Office, prepare Drawing! and Specifivationr.and pros ecute Applications for Patent*, both in the United fttaten nnd foreign countries. Applications for patent* whioh have been rrjttied at the Patent Office, he will, when required, argue before the Commissioner of Patents, or heloro the Appellate Court; in which line of practice he has been successful in procuring a great number of very valuable patents. lie will prepare now specifications an i claima for the re-isaue of patents previously granted on imper fect descriptions and claims. Applications for extensions ef patents, either at the Patent Office, or before Congresa, he will also vigor ously prosecute. Also, auperintend the taking ef testimony to be used in conflicting application before the Patent Of fice, or to be read in court. In all Cnsea of litigation on the subject of patents, he will prepare the cases for the legal profession, ex plain the scientific and mechanical principles involv ed. and tbe application of the law thereto. He will also give opinions and advice as to the value and validity of paten's, aud may be consulted in eases of infringements of patent*, and all other mat ters pertaining to the patent laws and practice in the United States and Europe. Alao, prepare caveats, assignments, 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 models and records in the Patent Office, a* well as to its library, and th<"Congressional Library," lie Hatters himself that he can in all cases give per fect satisfaction to those who may place business in his hands. March 20? eow Office on F street, opposite the Patent Office. CROCK KM, McKUftK. Ic ROB1NNON, Attorneys and counsellors at law. Office Nos. 24 and 26 in Read A Co.'a Post Office quilding. Sacramento Aprrl I. BAKU Ic WILMOM, ItCANUFACTURERS OF OOLD PENS, of every ifl. description, respectfully call the attention of the public and Pen Dealers te their receatly patented "ANGULAR NIB Hold Pens. These pws are pro ?jounced Wy competent judges to be superior to any other bow extant. For sale at the manufactory, northeast corner of Market aud Third streets, Phila delphia jmn 2, NED DOW* ONE HUNDRED WAYS TO MAKE MONEY, consisting of new discoveries, valuable informa tion, and I (Ml Receipts, by which (tersons have clear ed from throe to ten dollars a day the past year, and no one can fail to make money. It is suitable for ev ery station in life, whether for travelling or a perma nent locality, and something every mechanic, trader, and druggist, should have. Upon the receipt of one dollar, post paid, the above will be forwarded. Ad drw* M. EDWARD DOW, March IS. Boston. Massachusetts DR. WES8ELHOEFTS WATER CURE. BRATTLH BOHOUUH, VKKMONT 4 LL rumors to the contrary, continues to reoeive -*?*- 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. lt* provisions for hydropathic purpores are unrivalled, and its supply of pnre, soft water is ahun dant, cool, and palatable at all seasons, without the use of ice. I)*. K. I. I.kwkntdm., Resident Physician. Mrs. F. Wkhsklhokkt, Proprietress. March 24. TM K PIANO A *l? MI mi<; Kvr.tHI.IMI Y1 t-.vr ?iK HORACE WATEHK, No. 333 Hroadityiy, Sexr York. THE best and most improver! Pianos and Melo deons in the world. T Oilbert A Co. s World's Fair Premium Pianoa. with or without the /Eolian, ami with iron frames and oircular scales. Tho merits of tlinte instruments are too well known to need fur. ther commendation. (JUbert's Boudoir Pianoa, an elegant instrhment for small rooms Hallet A Cuto st on'a Pianos, of the old eatabliabed firm of Hallet A Co. Mr. W. being sole agent for all the above Pianoa, be can offer them lower than any other house in tbe I nited States. Horace Waters's Pianos, manufac tured expressly for him, having great power of tone and elasticity of touch Pianos of other make In a word, 33.1 Broadway ia one of the largest depots for Pianos in the world, affording an opportunity for selections not to be had anywhere else on the Amer ican continent. Second hand Pianos at great bar gains. Price from $<t(l to #176. MELODEONS. Goodman A Baldwin's Patent Organ Melodeons, with tutt Kinis of keys?a sweet and powerful inatru inent. Prices from $76 to $200. K. D. A n. W Smith a intll-knvwn and fu?tly-rrl ebrtitwi Mr/odi-oni. Price* from $<50 to $I6A. CL/~ The above makes are tbe only ones tuned in the equal temperament. Melodeons of other makes, of all styles and prices. Martin's unrivalled Ouitars, from $26 to $110. Flu tenaa, from $6 to $26 Accordeons, from $2 to $20 Violins, from $3 to $26. Flutes, from $6 to $40. Brass instrnments, and otliera. of all kinds Dealers supplied with the above Pianos ami Melo deons at factory prices. MUSIC. This list comprises the products of the great mas tnrsot' both the American and Kuropean continents, and is receiving constant additions by an extensive publication of the chob-e and popnlar pieces of the day Dealers in Music, Teachers of Seminaries and Academies, wishing to purchase any music published in the United States, or make arrangements for con tinued supplies of Mr. Waters's new issues, will find it greatly in their interest to. call or forward their orders. Music sent to any part of the United States postage free. May 22. ? ?. Wtl.MAMft, Attorney ami ('??naeller at U?, Washingtan fily J) R ACTIO IS in the CourU of the District of Co lumbia.and before the Departments of the Oor ?rnment. Office over Banking Iloase of Selden, With ers. A Co. .TuneSA?tf R. C. W tl.KORN * CO., \VTIIOLB8ALK and retail premium ready inad? ? V shirt and collar manufactory, and gentlemen's furnishing store, Nos 7 and 9 North Sixth street, Phil adelphia On hand a large assortment of shirt*, col lars, dress stocks, gloves, hosiery, A*., which we will sell at tho lowest cash prices. Shirts and wrappers made to order by measure ment, and warranted to give satisfaction. WM. W. KNTOHT. Jan 30?3m R C. WALBORN K HOIVMAN, No. 117 Hannvtr strrtt, Rnifon Mom., IMPORTKR of French ?nd Oarinj?n Toy Wntrhc*; Mnnal*rliirftr'? A|(rn? for lh? ml* of Jawalry ; ulna. WHoImmaI* Itafclor in Vegetable Ivory Uooda, Sowing Bilk, Ac All order* promptly attended to. S. \V \LKKR, PORTRAIT PAINTER. HAVING I.oooiuo a permanent resident of this ciiy. rospooifully invitea tho public to visit bis . Muilui ;>iiU . atlcrv hi the 3(1 story of Major Morfit's building 4i street, second door from Shillington a. May IS?eed7t ? ; j R EWOV AL! HUNRY JANNEY'S Boot aud Shoo Store and Manufactory, for tlio last ten years located on Kib atroet, near tho General Font Othoe, wiis removed to Pennsylvania Avenue, between Browns' Hotel and 7th atreel, whero the proprietor him spared no pains or expense in fitting up an establishment cou?meiisu rate with tho grout increase in tho business of the house. Tho subacriber tenders hi* stout cordial and grate fill acknowledgments to hia friends and palrous for thoir long-continued favors, aud will be pleased to meet tboiu in his now houao. I have a very well aborted stock of Boot* and Shoes, of French, New York, Eastern, and u?y own make, embracing every stylo and variety, to which I invito tho attention of members of Congross, and citi zens generally. HENRY JANNKY. I Penn av., north side, between Browns Hotel Jan. 2 and 7th at., third door from tho latter. From the United Stain Argus. To those persons who inay visit Washington, and are iu want of a boot that cannot be excelled, either iu quality or workmanship, wo would call their atten tion to the card of Henry Janney. to be found under the head of" Washington." A handsome and neat ly made boot ia not at all times a source ot pleasure to the wearer, but olten one ot extreme torture; this is caused by tho bungling manner in which tho boot is littod to tho foot. Mr. Januoy has devoted much of his time iu studying the construction of the human loot, in order to ascertain how a boot should bo cut , and fitted, that will be perfectly easy to all parts of | the foot. In this ho has aueoeeded, so that it mailers | not what may l>? the shape of. or the number of corns on the foot, hia boot ia perfectly easy. Thus ho has combined beauty with comfort. TO THK CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS Who Seek their Supplies in our Market. ONE PRICB ONLY. Wo are now in our NEW STOKE, which was erected expressly for us. We think it tho most comfortable and best lighted store room in the city ; and with increased room, facilities, and experience, deemed quite aiuple, wo shall deal largely in KORKIU* AMI D0111( ST It! UK Y liOHM, ofovory stylo, all of tho beBt qualities, and for which we shall have one price only. W e shall sell cheaper than we ever have done ; and in having one price only (which, in our opinion, is the only lair and equitubfo way of doing business) wo Hhall maintain our self-respect, which is above all price or success. Moreover, we expect to retaiu all j the trade of those prompt customers who have niado thoir purchases of us lor some years past, and doubt less we shall have a largo accession of new customers, who prefer to buy whoro one fair price, only in nnl.nl. We feel that our simple word is rcquisito only to satisfy our former customers that tho one price sys tem is tho correct-one, and to their advantage; and we do not hesitate to assert our belief that all candid and intelligent persons will, alter an impartial exam- | ination of prices, fabric, and styles, give a one price store the preference. Th?*so who are not jud^ ot goods cannot fail to he impressed at onco with tho manifold and vast advantages to the purchaser re sulting from the adoption in good faith of the onr. price system ; it necessarily insures low prices to tho purchaser, for it becomes absolutely necessary to meet at the start all competition that can be offered in ' "our scale of prices will bo so low. and the profits so small, that we cannot aud will uot sell but for tho cash or to customers who pay promptly. For those who purchase very largely, or to sell again, reduc tions will be made. The public are cordially and moat rospoctfully in vited to call at all-times and examino our stock. FURRY A BROTHER, "Central Stores," Jan. 2?d (Op. Centre Market,) Washington City. KattMl'l Infallible Sirk lleutluehe Remedy. THIS preparation, by E. P. EASTMAN, M. D, of Lynn, Mass., has been used in private practice for the last four years, with the greatest success. A radical cure has beeu effooted in every instance where the directions have been strictly followed and perse vered in. It is now given to the public with the lull confidence that it will do all that is claimed for it. and prove itself, upon fair trial, an infallible Sick llradache Remedy. ... It is safe and pleasant to the taste, it brings imme diate relief, and all who test its curative virtues re joice in the removal of pain, and marvel at its power in alleviating so general, and often so fatal, a scourge. Tho following is from D C. Baker, Esq , Mayor o Lynn, and Presidont of the Howard Ban.kiug Coinpa ny, Boston: l)r. E. J*. Eastnutv. Dkak Sir : A member of my family- a daughter, ten years of age?was afflicted with the sick headache, and we tried various remedies without success. When, however, you administered to her your " Headache Powders,' we found them to be very beneficial, and, in fact, restored her to heblth. I should, without hesitation, recommend them to those afflictcd ; and I beg to assure you, that I fully appreciate their value. Respectfully yours, D. C.Bakrr Lynk. August 6, IBM. Dr. E. P. Eastman. M v Dkar Sir: I avail myself of this opportunity to express to you my high appreciation of the efficien cy and value of your Sick Headache Remedy. I have boen afflicted, Once my childhood, with very severe turns of sick headache, and have tried various rem edies which have boen prescribed, but found no con siderable relief until 1 tried your remedy, which, i am happy to say, has almost entirely eared me. Sev eral of my neighbors and friends have tried your med icine, and in every instance it hus entirely relieved or greatly mollified the disease Faithfully yours. John B. Ai.i.kt. ? WILSON, FAIRBANK. A CO., 43 and 4f. Hanover street. Boston, Ueneral Agents, to whom all orders should be addressed ; also for sale by all the Drug gists throughout tho country. For sale in Washington by Z. D. OILMAN. March 3. JOHN S. MANN, 4 TTORNF.Y AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, x\ Coudersport. Potior county, Penn. Jan?o. a Mr- aki) ?oh i- -to?i n ?i m '? J UST PUBLISHED, in one hanJy volume,all those popular ways of making money, which have J;'1"1"' ed so much attention the past year, vis: I liaiusons. Bowman s, Dr. Khriuer .. Dr. JVaupi s R H Uaman, Dr. Reese s; H. S. Holt s, SMpman h Co * H. P. Cherry s, M I. Cook ?. G. C. Andeniou s All of these have been sold, warranted very heavy profits, from $5 to *10 per day^ All together though It is beyond doubt certain that one, two. or three of them will suit the wishes of each person look Ing out lor some liberally paying business, and thus yield correspondingly double or treble profits. these have beon added a number ol new plans J?ever before published, and equal, ir not snperlor, to the beat of the above, anJ suited to the wants of any whe might possibly be unsnitod iu the first-mentioned The work is complete. Satisfaction is guarantied Tho whole will he sent to all enclosing $1 postpaid, to L M E. Cooke, Hagerstown, Md. 1" or $5,,? ?*>!?** ? 13 copies. $10 |>r. Nathaniel Ihurxton* llffiee, MM No 20, in Hitmen's Temperance House, , o? Davis street. Nos HO and 82. San Francisco. California ^ H IMPORTANT TO THK BLIND UR KNAPP, Ocnllst. at No. 140 Main street Bur falo. New York, restores sight to the Blind with ohenr.ieal vapors, ejternally applied This new ihethod, causing no pain, isatoncc ^markable^nd successful. Several Jonas of blindness are removed by this treatment, that heretofore have been^ncnr? kit. ? s V OH**?.. ' ?IAI.I< / "IHASK A BALL. Attorneys and Counsellors at Vy Law Cincinnati, Ohio, practice in the Mate Courts of Ohio, in the Circuit and District Court, of the IInited States in Ohio, and in the Supreme ( onrt of the l)nit?d states at Washington. J?*- ? NO, HO! \?V AHK OKTTISM* UBAV ! AHK YOU? IITKLI. THAT IS A MISFORTUNE, and not a VY crime; but to remain gray when it is I ionable, an 1 so fine an opportunlty offers to rwtore vour "rich ambrosial loeks, in all their pristine vigor and beauty, in three minutes, w',ho,,^inY,7 to the hair or sii'i, by applying John A Jenes 1m proved National llsir Dye, is but little short o(^cr,^n? 1 Therefore, don t delay. Al j.lie.1 and for sale by the j original inventor of I7' 23 East Baltimore St., bet Front and High n . Also, for sale at all the respectable Druggists ; and Fancy Stores in every city and town the Union. . C 11 <i RAT IS.' FKW word* on the rational treatment, withont iY medicine, of local weaknwa, nmou debility, Ion* of memory, love of aolitude.Milf-diatriiiit, ditui nw*, |>iu)|>lpN on the fa#o, and other infirmities of man By thin entiiely new nnd highly mooMwful treatment, every one in MttWwl to cure hiinooll jierfectly, And at the l< Mt |>o?*ihle ?o*t. Hen I to any addrea*. j?x?t tree, in iealed envelope, hy remitting (pout paid) two pott ad? ntam|M, to 1>K ft I)K LANKY. April I?3m 61 Liapenanl street, New York. UlLMm IIAIK DYE. The bout article ever used, a* hundreds ou testify in this city and surrounding country. Read ' OIL MAN 8 LIQUID 11A1U DVB i njit ittxmtly climig en the hair to a brilliant jet li/iirl or glossy Hrun'U, which is p4rumntnl? does not stain or in any way in jure the skiu. No article ever yot invoutud which will compare with it. We would advice all who have gray hair* to buy it, for it w~vrr fads.? bo*tun Putt. 'A. D. OILMAN, Cbeiuist, Washington city, Invent or aud Hole Proprietor For sale by Druggiats, Hair-Dressers, and Dealers in tiLnc.y A ilirles, throughout tho lluited States. IKWItii ?l \ t 111 \ f. r?IH MI,K ? MKAf. WK have dejiosiLed with uh, for aale. one of Avery's auporior Sowing Machines, and are authorised to diapoau of the sarno as a groat bargain. This ma-, chine In considered one of the boat now in una. We annex herewith tho recommendation of gome of the principal wholeaale merchant tailors inNew York city New Yohk, July 30, Ib&.'t. We, the undertiigned, do hereby certify that we have examined the " Aurry Sewing Murkint," and chueifully rccoinuiend it for it* simplicity, durability, nnd especially for the peculiar stiich made by it The stitch ia original, and in appearance ia liko tho moat |,orle< t and handsome " hack-stitching '' We have thoroughly teatcd the strength of the Hewing, and are aatiaQi d that the at itch of thia machine makea a stronger and firmer stum than run h made try fuinil. We take pluasuro in recommending thia Machine to our friends, and to tailors, seamstresses, and fauiiliea generally, throughout the country : Houghton A Knapp, Wholesale Dealers in Men'a and Boy'a Clothing, IV Courtlandt at. Lock wood A DuBois, Merchant Tailors, 55M Broad way. U. A Gould A Co., Wholeanlo Dealers in Clothing, 221 Washingtou at. J. P. Hull, Marehnnt Tailor, 563 Broadway. Dickson A IVtt.ua. Murchant Tailora, 523 Broadway. Apply ill the publication office of tho Nutiunul Era, 7th street, opposite Odd Kellows' Hull. March 2. ATrjcnnu": OOLDXERS who served in the various nara, *n< O sailors, or their widows or heirs, to whoiu w rears of pay, extra pay, bounty land, peiiaiona. Ac may be due, may find it to their advantage to hav their claims investigated. Addreaa A. M. GANGEWER, Attorney und Agent, Washington l> C' Bounty-land warrant* bought and aobl RAZORS^ RAZORsT! RAZORS!!1 IF you want a line, smooth shuvo, oall at Pakk kr's, who can now furniah you with one of the celebra ted "Chinese Razors, 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 lL.-i7.orx, for barbers, double concavo giound. ? PARKER'S Perfumery and Faucy Store, May 2 under National Hotel. NKW GOODS PARKER, at his Perfumery and Fancy Store, un der the National Hotel, Pa. avenue, is just open iug a new and complete stock of Goods, conaistiiig, in part, of? GLOVES. Ladiea and Gent'a Puris Kid Gloves, all sizca aud col ors. PERFUMERY. Extracts, from the bouses of Lubin and Prevoat, Paria, and Harriaon, Philadelphia; Genuine Gorman Cologne. Pomatum, Bocuf Marrow ; Cold Cream, Macassar Oil, W. 1. Bay Rum; Low's Brown Windsor Soap, Cleavor's Houey Soap; Lubin's Rose and Musk Soups; Taylor's Transparent Balls, Ac., Ac. BRUSHES. English, French, and American Hair Brushes, in one hundred different patterns; 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 row Tooth Brushes, London tnade, for our sales exprossly; Nail and Cloth Brushes, Ac., Ac., Ac. COMBS. Tuck Combs, latest Paris styles ; Shell, Buffalo, Engliah cold-pressed Horn and India Rubber Dressing Comba ; Johu Fen'a premium ivory fine teeth Combs, and Pocket Coraba. FOR SHAVING. Guerlain'a, Rouaaels, and Harriaon'aShavingCream ; Military Cakea, and all other Shaving Soap* ; Badger a hair Shaving Brushes, very superior. PARKER S PREMIUM RAZOR STROP. Washington, March 12, 1849. We, the undersigned, having fairly teated Parker's Metallic Razor Strop Powder, io which the Maryland Inatitute has awarded a premium, take great pleasure in certifying that it will keep the Razor in tine, smooth ahaving order, Without the uae of hone. J. Macphkhson Bkkrikn, U. S. Senator. W. W. Sbaton, Mayor of Washington. W. S. Archkr, House of Rcpreaentative*. Rev. T. M. Phasic, Washington City. Thomas .1. Rusk, U. Statea Senator. Hiram Walbridge. Esq , New York city. RAZORS. Wade A Butcher's, of our own importation ; Tally-Ho, from 25 cents to $1.25 each. Razors imported to order, and all warranted. Jan. 2?d M. SNYDKR, BANKER and Exchange Broker, National Hotel Building, Pennsylvania avenue,* Washington city, D. C. Jan. 11. FOR THK SPRING TRADK. BEEBE'S NEW YORK II ATS for the spring of 1854. The second supply of tho above elegant Hats this day received at STEVENS'S March'7. Sales Room, Brown's Hotel. I). CAMPBELL, S'ADDLER, Harness, and Trunk Maker, Pennsyl ) vania avenue, a few doors east of the National Hotel, City of Washington- Jan. 2?3m KZKA C. SKA MAN, \ TTORN KY and Counsellor at Law. Detroit, Mich .1 igan, will practico in the State and United Slates Courts, attend to securing and collecting debts, and to investigating title* to lauds in any part of the Slate of Michigan. Jan ft ? d A LB RUT G. BROWN K, CCOMMISSION MERCHANT, and Agent of the J Boston lietnn Manufacturing Company. Gang* of Kigging, and Manilla Cordage , American, Russia, aud Manilla ileuip, for sale Jan. 6?d3m No. 152 Commercial St., Boston. FOR THK SPRING TRADK. SQUIRTS in every variety of style and quality Gen ' tleuieu in want of a good fitting shirt can lie suit ed in ctyle, quality, and price, at STEVENS'S March 7. Sales Room. Brown s Hotel F. MATTINGLY, HAT. Cap, and Misses' Flat Manufacturer, No 7 Washington Place, 7tb street, between D and E, Washingto*. 1). C ___ Jan. 1. BOOTS AND SHOKS. For Ladies, (ienlltmtn, and Children. |? EDMONSTON, west side of 7th street, (nearly 1 J? op|K>site Odd Fellows' Hall,) manufacture* to order, and keeps constantly on hand and tor sale, ev ery articlo in his line, of au|>erior quality and at the lowest prices. The public are thanked lor their past very liberal patronage, and are assured that no |>ain* shall be spared to uiorit a continuance of their favors. Jan. is! WK ARK NOW OPKNING, AT our splendidly-lighted sales rooms, on Seventh street, 3 doors north of Pennsylvania avenue a choice stock of rich Fancy Dress Goods, embracing all the novelties of the season; also. Spring Styles Mantelletts, Black I<acc Shawl* and Scarf*. White Crape Shawls, Cashmere Scarfs and Shawls, French Ki t and Silk Gloves, Hosiory and Embroideries, with a choice lot of Linen and Staple Oooda in great abundance?all of whieh will bo sold at fair, low prices. We Invite purchasi rs to call and examine our stock Q7- Observe that I articles are warranted to prove a* retires^,ted MAXWELL, BEARS, A COLI.KY, April 10 7th street, 3 doors above Pa. av SUPERIOR ROSRWOOD. MAHOGANY, AND WALNUT FURNITURE, III ST received nt. W ALL'S cheap House Furnish iiiK Wareroom*, 011 Seventh street, opposite the National Intelligencer office, among which innv l>e found? Rosewood, Mahogany. ami Walnut Teto-a-Tete and Sofas, in hair, cloth, an<t brocn telle, in grant vari ?ty; Kwy Chair*, Arm Chair*, ami Rockers to match. Maghogany. Walnut, French, and Cottage BedstoaJ*, Walnut anil Mahogany Ktageres, Cabinet* ami W hat riots; Mahogany ami Walnut marble top and plain Hureaui, Mahogany, Walnut, an.I Maple Wardrobe*; Feather lJods, hair and shuck Mattressesj lland*ome gilt and Mahogany Mirror*. And a very large and general assortment of all kind* of good* necessary for fnrnishing, to which the attention of tho?c fnmi'hing i* respectfully invited. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere All of whieh will bo *old very low at W ALLS Hou*e Furnishing Warerooin*. on Seventh street, opiiosito . Intelligencer office Jan 2?alw TO CONFLICT UP AliiU! Br 1JK. ? JAVA HI) Htt< MtK. 7 Am RtmarkabU Work ku? reared its Fi/k Kdit.ou, m tke brief spurt of Four Munik* / luluums ,Unyrectde"ud tn Tkolvgical Pub A'jaa-amsb--" tw. ?,?L- . f l,"*1 "l" UlOHt prolouiid, Will I reaching, aud permanent. It U perfectly uia.uilV?t to all competent observer'* that w. aro upon ?b. eve of a theologTll di*"Lion' the most comprehensive, radical, and portentous, tho wo,Id |1M ever seen. To this dUcus?ion ihbtook lead* the way, with a momentum irreahaible Ths ? u not a question ia Theology whioh it not ilw.tin? 1 to nw up for a new and thorough settlement in the light of Una final developu*nt All those who havo Theological doubi* and diffi cultiea thou Id examine the lolution thin work afford*. .1. l!^*" W'10 ^*Ve no donbta, but who wish to study the history of opinion* in the pant, and to keep pae'o with the development* of opinion in the fulurr will grievously err if tbey neglect to muke themselves fa iniliar with thin book It contains the sned* of I he thinkings and debating* of the next hundred yean The reception of t.hi* work by the The logical press ol the country, him heeu significant Kouallv decliiiug to accept bin conclusion, tbey do it on oi? po^te and contradictory ground*. One half of the theological press endorses ih? major premie of tho argument, uud denier the minor. The other half en dorses tho minor, and dm ten the major And ss they are probably botb right in tbrir positive elemeut anil wrong in their negative, the woik hus received a Vir tual hndorseineiit of the most powerful kind As regards the ability or the work, and iU claim* auftioe? *U*0t,0n of tht" Allowing extract- may From t/w l'r ina ton Re^rto, y? Old School Orthodox. hi iri/'l ara(-Ufril'J ?>y great ability. by ttn earnest spirit, by frankness, candor, and eourteay. It ho* a special interest for us. Wk maii. it as an ai.i v 1 he author abuts his readers up U> the choice between Orthodoxy and tho doctrine of Pro Kxistruo*. From I Jit , U?ioer$aJtst Quarterly and Lin, no! Rr vtrt/'. Jit it , 1864. We hare the novel apectacle of a man clinginr with a masterly graap to nil tho fundamentals of Oi' X2HLI* * It would be difli-ult to find within the limit* of a hundred pages any treatise or essay thru can rem ptwv iu importance with this an ah si* (II. jv) of Oi thodoxdoctri-ea. be Reecber has struck upon the M PrnK,PA,iU hi" lLeor> ??' typi. Ml interrelation, in the filth of Romans. I'unit lite Methodist Quarterly Review rbe prnloundest questions of Theology are taking hold ol the American mind. The '? Conliiot of Aires : Is an eurnest exposition of thfc great problem of The ol. gy by an earnest man. who feels and thinks strougly. The book is very able in many reaped*. From the Bibliotkiea Sarin, Audover, Orthodox, New School. 1 big volume is the fruit ol'original investigation Bvory page of it bears the impress of a wind that thinks lor its,II. ? * # The book will bo read in luturo timo, and as it contain* much which a lover of truth will commend, as well a< much which ii?* will condemn, it rails tor some addition to tho great labor which has already been oxpemled uiion it, index BaU1,> P*ri?<1'0*l tbo preparation of an From the Baptist Christian Kevirw, Hartford. ^ l lie problem proposed for discussion ia the uio't difhcult and momentous ibat can eugage the human mind. * * * * He considers, in detail, all tb?i moral and theological solutions that bavo been ai tempt?d in all ages, by the ancients and by the mod erns, * * * and rejects the whole without hesi tation or remorao. Christum Examiner, (Unitatian.) Wo should treses on the patieuce of our readers, if we presumed hore to give our views upon tho s.artling, yea, the appalling exhibition, which Dr fc. ha^ made ot the Orthodox Systotu, Nation,it Eia. This work has causal a great commotion among the D D. a in our land. It merits their attention N Y. Tribune. The moat significant work ou Theology which has appeared of late In many rcapocta. thia volume ia one of the most curious, as well as one of the most suggestive pro duction* of modern American Thoology. Pkiladdpkia Pr^hytrrian Quarterly, New Svkool. Able it unqueationably ia. Westminster Review, England. The ''Conflict of Ages ia, in effect, a protest againat Calvinism by one of the leading Calviuistio divines of New England. boston ('on#regaliattaint. 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