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The Chair ruled the motion out of order.
Mr. SmitU appealed from the decision of the Chair. The Committee reverted the decision?64 to busNIo it, and 76 in opposition. The bill wan accordingly laid aside. A bill for the relief oi Charles Lee Jones was considered, and laid aside, with a recommend ation to the House that it do pass. A bill for the relief of Adolpbus Meier & Co., of St. Louis, being under consideration, Mr. Skelton arose, and said that it contem plated refunding duties, in oonsequence of the destruction of the property by lire. He thought the Government should not beoome an insurer of property. Were Congress to puss this bill, untold millions would be claimed, upon the same principle, by individuals and insuranoo companies. The bill was laid aside, informally. I BY HOUSE'S FBIHTIirO TELKGBAFH] TELEGRAPHIC CORRESPONDENCE FOR DAILY NATIONAL ERA. From J\Tew York?The Boston Failure? The Cholera?The Belmont Robbery? The Markets, Sfc. New York, July 14.?It is reported in Wall street, that Mr. Willis, the Boston broker who suspended payments a few days sinoo for an immonse amount, will be able to meet all his engagements in full. He shows an excess of assets of $175,000. Signora Martini D'Ormy, the contralto of Maretzek's new troupe, has madia a great hit. She is compared to Alboni. Considerable alarm prevails in the oity in regard to tho cholera. A person by the name of Paul, one of tho firm of Belmont Si Co., has confessed that ho robbed the concern of the $14,000 already ad vertised. The motive which prompted him to bteul the mcney was to make up losses sus tained in stock speculations. Tho market for flour and breadstuff* is quiet ?prices a shade lower. Tho ootton mar ket continues firm. Tho stock market has given way Blightly. All the fancies have declined from 50 oents to $1 per share. Flour is komewbat firmer. Sales of 5,000 barrels common, $5.50 to $6 75; choice, $7.12; Southern, $8.50 to $9. Wheat unohanged. Corn?pales of 30,000 buBbely; common mixed, G3 to 69 oents; yellow, 73 oents. Another Destructive Fire. Hartford, Ct., July 14 ?Boyce & Wiloox's hardware factory, situated in Berlin, about nine miles from this oity, was burnt this morning. Insured l<jr $12,000. * Arrival of the Pampero. New York, July 14.?The steamer Pampe ro, from New Orleans, has arrived. Ohio River?Cholera. Wheeling, July 14.?Twenty-eight inches of water in the channel of the river at this point. Same depth of water at Pittsburgh. Despatches have been received here which speak of tho continued spread of oholera throughout tho West. From Baltimore. Baltimore, July 14.?Tho rain of last even ing has rendered the atmosphere delightfully cool. Thermometer, at noon, 76. Tho oity continues healthy. Not a ainglo oaso of cholera reported. The market is very quiet to-day. The stook of flour and grain on hand is unusually light. No sales of flour reported this morning. Wheat?sales of 300 bushels whito at $1.83 to $1 85; and red, $1.80. Corn?sales of 2,600 bushels?white at 87 ccnts, yellow 75 to 76 conts. Oats?small sales at 58 to 63 cents. DEATHS. At the residence of her husband, near this city, on Thursday evening, tho 6th inttant, Elizabeth Godfrey Ago, wife of John Agp, Keq , and daughter of tho late Edward Blook ford. Oa tho 9'h instant, at hi3 residence, Mr. Wilfrkd Van Rkswick in the 73d year of his age, a native of St. Mary's county, Mary land, but for the last thirty-nine years a resi dent of Washington. SALE OP DR. MeLAXE'S VBRMIRME. Q7" Among the hundreds of letters, certificates* and order*, received by the proprietors of this medi cine, the following are selected to show its character, and the effect of its use in a distant part of the West: Royalton, Boons Co., Ia., May 10, 1850. Gkmt.bmrn: I write to job to aolicit an agen cy for the invaluable medicine yon prepare. Sotne time since, I purchased one dosen vials of Mr. 0. Kdy, and it proved so effectual In the expulsion of worms, that no other preparation will satisfy the cit izens of this villago and vicinity. Please send me one gross of the Vermifuge immediately. Yours, Ac , Samuel Ross. Mntsn. J. Kidtl \ Co. Nkw Providikck, Tknn., Jniy 1, 1851. Please send the Vermifuge for us ss soon as possi ble, as we are nearly ont, and the demand for it is very great. We believe it to be the best Vermifuge ever invented. Po&tkk A Dvctrs. Q7* Purchasers will please be careful to ask for DR. McLANKS CKLK1JKATKD VKRMIVUGK, and take a one ?ls?. All other Vermifages, in com parison, are worthless. Dr. MeLane's genuine Ver mifuge, alee his celebrated Liver Pills, ean now be bad at all respectable Drug Stores in the United States and Canada. 51 NEW LADIES' FASHION BOOK. I^RANK LBRLIK 8 La/to*' Gazdt* of Paris, Lon don, and New York Fashions. Published on the Irst of every month, containing all the Newest Fash ions in every department of Ladies' and Children's Costume, Jewelry, Ornaments, Furniture, Ac. The site is larve quarto, being twice the site of the Paris Fashion Books, is printed on superb paper of the inest manufacture, aud profusely illustrated with over Ont l/a >ulrrA En grain n ft; in addition to which, eaoh part will contain a splendid Colored Plate, alone worth more f?an the price ohargtd for the whole part. Arrangements have been completed in Paris, wherehy the Newest 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 issued in this country. We cordially recommend It.?N. Y. Daily Tun**. Takes the highest rank among all journals of its class.?TV. y. Trtbun*. This is a superb work.? H<nnon Travtrrint. It is the best record of the fash ions now published,?Sunday Time*, PhxUuUlmhta It contains all the newest fashions, and a colored plate of great beauty.? I hunt Journal. One copy, one year, $3 ; two do . $5 ; four do., $0. One oopy of the Gasntte, and one oopy of Harpers, Putnam's, or Graham's Magatinea, one year, $5. Office No. ? John street, and all Booksellers in the United States and Canada*. March 24. Vf*: HEAR! tHINKI! ACT! 1! E, fl. IIOLMKS A CO., Cincinnati, Ohio, are pub J? lishing a book, containing the Information ad verttoed in this paper by M. 3. Cook It is a 12?no volume of ninety six pages, and will be sent by mail, post paid, for twenty-lve centa, or nine postage stamps. June 31. ft. D. MITftSKY, M. Ik.f W. H. MDWKV, M. II. OITROKONB and Physicians, No. 70 West Seventh j O street, (near Vine stroet,) Cincinnati. Jan. SO PRFNTINfi. AMPIILKT PRINTING neatly executed by BUKLL A BLANCH A KD, | Sixth street, south of PMMyivania avenus j PEOPLE'S MASS STATE (JOSHJUJOfl t At Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday, July 13. All men opposed to the~Rq?alof the Mi*ouri Com promae, the Extension of Slavery, and the Rule of tho Slave Power, are invited to meet at Madi*oii, Thursday. July 13. to take *uch measure* an may be deemed neoeaaary to prevent the future encroachment* of the Slave Power, to repeal all Compromise* iu fa vor of Slavery, and to establish the prinoiple of Free dom aa the rule of tho State and National Govern ment*. The time haa come for the union of all Free Mon for tho *ako of Freedom. Thero ia but one al ternative. We muat unite and be free, or divide and be enslaved, by tho praetorian band* of the Slave holder* and their Nebraaka allies. MANY CITIZENS. CC7" Paper* throughout the State, friendly to the object of the above call, please oopy. June 20. T MINNESOTA LAND AOENCY. Tracy St Karnhuiu, Geueral Lund Agents, St. Antho ny Falls, Minnesota. IHE Subacribers offer their sorvioea to Eastern capitalist* in making investment* in Weatern lands. Few portions of the West present ao great induce ment* for the investment of capital, a* Minnosota. It possessos a highly productive *oil, a beautiful and nealthy climate, and is *cttling with unprecedented rapidity. Lands will incroaaoliere in value more in five years than in many place* in twenty-live The subscriber* can make investment* whioh will net fifty and, in some cases, a hundrod per cent, a year, for many >ear*. Land* can now be had near new and thriving vil lages for $3, $4, and $5 per acre, that in ten years will be worth ten times that amount. Circulars, containing much reliable information in reirard to the country, furnished gratis, on applica tion to TltACY A FAUN If AM, May 2fl. s St. Anthony Fall*, Minnesota. UODBEKKkFING lLARDWARE.ANB FANCY ? GOODS. J A C. BKRRIAN, Importers and Wholesale Deal ? ers in Housekeeping Hardware and Fancy Goods, (501 Broadway, Now York Cutlery, Silver, and Pla ted Ware, Japannery, German Silver and Britannia Ware, Composition, Enamelled and Iron Hollow Ware, Broneed, Copper, and Brass Goods, Bathing Apparatus, Tin, Wood, and Willow Ware. Brughe*, Mats, Basket*, Refrigerators, Sporting Tacklo, Ao. Our *tock has for year* past been equal to and how surpasses in variety and extent any similar establlah ment ia the country, and will be sold at prices defy ing competition. The attention of Housekeeper* and Merchants ia invited to our stock of Goods and Priccs be'ore buy ing. J. A C. BERRIAN, March 13?ly #01 Broadway, New York. IMPORTANT TO MILL OWNERS. HAVING reoeived my Letters Patent for an im proved method of Dressing Millstones, I am now prepared to furnish Machines to Millers and Mill Owners. I will guaranty that any practical Miller can, at the first trial, if ho will try, dress a pair of Burrs in half the time that he can do it with the common hand-pick now in use ; and that the work done by the machine shall be bettor than can be done by nine out of ten of tho beat handlers of the common pick. The machifie makes a clean, cloar, thread-like mark, and doos not brittle up nor break the face of the stone. It can be controlled at the will of the operator, in stantly to make the most delicate ifck or one with the force of ton pounds, if required. Every practical Miller knows that a stofae is only reauired to be dress ed where the proof staff indicates. This can'be done by the maohine, no matter how brittle or tender, or how olose and bard the face or place ?n the stone may be, the operator can face It dowu, or touch aa lightly as he pleases. There are three very good rea sons for trying them: First. With fair use, the machine will laat twenty years. Second. It is comp!eto within itself, and will not take five minutes, nor cost five centa to try it Third. I give with tho machine thirty tool*, or pick blades, wnich will last any two pair of atonea, to be dressed twice a week, for two years, and then any good smith can replace them for twenty-five centa apiece. ..' . . , I have used this mcchine in my mill for nearly fourteen months, to drej* both the face and the fur rows of two pair of four leet French Burrs, and there haa been no hand-pick used on them in all that time. I know that I make a good yield, and I thiuk the reputation of my mill will warrant me in saying that I turn oat a first-rate article of Flour I have a medal awarded mo for the invontion of an ingenious and usoful machine for Dressing Millstones, by the Commissioners appointed at the exhibition of the World * Fair, in the Crystal Palace, at New York city, beiides flattering certificatea from all I have sold the machine to. Having recently obtained Letter* patent, I am now prepared to fernish the machines, and to sell State, county and abop right*. p-y All order* must *tate the diameter of the mill stones, and the kite of the collar of the *pindle. The price of the machine, with thirty toola, 1* $1W Address J. G. SHANDS. O'FaHon Mills, St. Loui*. Miaaoari. St. Lotus, Missouri, April 25, 18M. This i* to ccrtify that I have been omployed In the 0 Fallon Mills for the laat ten months, aa Miller, du ring which time I have had a fair opportunity of test ing Mr. J. G. Shands s Patent Mi.latone Dreaaer. I know, by experience with the machine, that there is nbt only oconomy in time and tools, but the *tone may be kept in perfect face, and a fine, even, sharp, grinding dress put on in less time and labor than with hand-picks; besides, it take* very little praotice to handle the maohine, and any one who haa expe rienco onough in milling to know whftt is required to aharpen the face of a stone for grinding, can very *oon learn to do a good job with the machine. June#?ly Bums R. Dumb. U. BOWMAN, No. >17 Hanover street, Boston Mass., IMPORTER of French and German Toy Watche*, Manufacturer'* Agent for the sale of Jswelry ; also, Wholesale Dealer in Vegetable Ivory Good*, Sewing Silk, Ac. All order* promptly attended to. LARD ClL,srAR AID ADAM ANTIN * CAN BLEB. NO. 1 Extra Lard Oil, well filtered and free from gelatine, manufactured for fine machinery, wool lens. and *olar lamps. Star and Adamatine Candles, full weight and j.n?? quality, warranted to stand the oliiuate of California. Australia, the Indies, and Africa. Order* for any quantity executed promt,tly. Apply to THOMAS EM KRY, Lard Oil, Svar and Adamantine Manufacturer. Cincinnati. 0. clkvkuko water cvrk esiaddru WENT. THE above Establishment i* now commencing iU ?eventh session. The aumber of patient* treated at the Establishment baa been on the increase from year to year, for the past six yearn, until the laot season, whan the de mand* of the publio far exceeded oar power to ao eommodate them. The inoreaaing rapidity and pro portion ofonrea, from year to year, indocea the sub scriber to believe that hia enlarpod experience and opportnnitiea for treatment give facilities to the inva lid rarely equalled. Di*eo*es peculiar to femalea are treated with a snc eeea and mju'duw of our* believed to be mrpaaaed by ?one. (May22.| T. T.'SKKLYK, M. D. ALL? MORE?TOO ETHER! JUST PUBLISHED, in one handy volume,all thoee popular waya of making money, which have claim ed no much attention the pant year, vix: Prof. Wil liamson*, Bowman'*, Dr. fhriner'*, Dr. Xaupi'a, 11 H. Harnnn, Dr. Reese *; II. S. llolt'a, Hbipman k Co.'?, H. P. Cherry'*, M. I. Coek'a. (i. C. Andoraor'i. All of there have tieen aold, warranted to Yield very heavy profit*, from f !> to f 10 per day. All together, though, it ia beyond donbt certain that one, two, or throe of them will rait the wiAhea of eich person look ing out tor aome liberally paying business, and thus yiuld correspondingly doable or treble profit*. To tbeee have beon added a number of nmn plmu, never before pttblished, and equal, if not superior, to the best of the above, and suited to the want* of any wbe might possibly be un*uited in the firit mentioned. The work i* complete. Satisfaction i* guarantied The whole will benontto all enclosing $ I, postpaid^ LMK Cooke, Hagerstown, Md. For $5, 6 copies; IS copies. $10. Feb l-?t A. ARIOLD, PATENT AO EST. CONTINUES the bn?ine*s of farni*hing Drawing*, ?Specifications, Caveat*, Conveyances, and procu ring Patent*. He attends to all business usually re qnired to be transacted with the Patent Offloe. Mod el* forwarded by Exprea*, and letter* containing a fee of five dollars, are promptly attended to. Persons writing from a distance should give their town, coun ty, and State, legibly. Refer to Hon. Thomas J. Husk, Hon C. F. Jame*. and Hon. P. Allent U. S. Senate. Deo. ?Am WAUL PA PERI! WALLPAPMUl ~ T")ARRISH A 110UQH, Manufacturers jpd Import X era of Paper-Hanging*. Borders, 1 >eooration*, Curtain Papers, Klre-Board Print*. An., Ao., offer the same at veTy h*> primt, wholesale or retail. Order* promptly attended to. Address. PARRI8H A HOU0S, Jan. 28?lilt No. 4 North ft* it., Philadelphia. 07*- We arc again publishing advertisement# of A; or's Cherry Pectoral. This medicine ia taking a rery strong ho'.d upon thegood opinion of the people. It is regarded generally as a most exoellent remedy for Pulmonary Complaint^ Congas, and Coldf. Having found it aa excellent medicine, we cheer fully endorse it.?Miscellany, Detroit. A ?ft$AT BLESSING TO THE AFFLICTED. 07* The number and formidable character of dil euses of the Liver havf lung challenged the attention of medical men. MM of these diseases, classed un der tho general term of Co^aiMpption, have been sup posed incurable, and tbe unhappy patient allowed to die, wiiRout medical soienoe to offer him a hope of recovery. Happily this can no logger be the case. A remedy has been found which willoure^oinplaints, of whatever character, arising from derangement of the Liver. Tho Pills discovered by Dr. McLane, of Virginia, act directly on the Liver; and by correct ing its operation, and purifying it from disease, outs off and extirpates th > complaints which have their origin in the diseases of this organ. Romedies hith erto proposed for liver complaints havo failed to operate upon the seat of the disoaso; but Dr. Mo Lane's Pills make themselves felt upon tho action of tho Liver, and, by cleansing the fountain, dry up the impure streams of disoaso, which thence derive their existence. K?" Purchasers will be careful to ask for Dr. Mo LANE'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS, and take none else. There are otheY Pills, purporting to bo Liver Pills, now before the public. Dr. MoLane's Liver Pills, also his oelebrated Ver mifuge, ean now jbe had at all respectable Drug Stores in the United States and Canada. 50 NEW VOLUT1K OF OODEV'S LxDV'S BOOK. Commencement of the Second Quarter of a Century! Something Very Fine ! THE July Number of Godey's Lady's Book is pub lished, and con tain b, as usual, a greater assort ment Qf articles for Ladies, not only for show, but use, than can be found in any other periodical in the world. The unrivalled Colored Fashions, to be found in r o othor publication ?Front for a Lady's Cabinet? Children's Dresses.?Tho Medora and Zulima Man tles.?JSmbroidery, with Cord.?Insertion for Shirt Fronts?Embroidery for Shirts.?Braid Patterns.? Godey's Course of Lemons in Drawing.?The Wild Flowers of the Munth.?The Papyrus.?The Peignor. Basques, Chemisettes, and Under Sleeves.?Bonnet Preserver.?Initial Letters.?Chestnut Basket, for the Centre Table. ? Coral-broidered Handkerchief.? Braid Pattern.?Head Drosses, Ac. A Splendid Line Engraving, Noah and the Dove.? Gal lantry?Music.?A Day at a Ship Yard, with Engravings.?Farm House, with Engravings.?Lifo of Columbus.?Godey's Invaluable and Seasonable Recipes ?Confectionary.?Ice Creams and Puddings. CCF" This No. will be sent on receipt of 26 cents. TERMS. One copy, one year $3 Two do. do. 6 Five copies, one year, and an extra oopy to the person sending the club 10 Eight oopies, one year, do. do. do. 15 Eleven copios, one year, do. do. do. 30 Uy Godey's Lady's Book and Arthur's Home Magaiine will both be sont one year for $3.50. L. A. GODEY, June 19?3t No. 113 Chestnut St., Phil. PLAW OF EffDOWMKNT OF GEM EVA HALL. THE Board of Trustee?, at their meeting held May 8,1854, adopted the following plan of Endow ment: 1. The payment of $20 shall endow a single schol arship, which will ontitle the subscriber to the tuition of on? student during four years. 2. The payment of $25 shall endow a single schol arship. which will entitle the subscriber to the tuition of one stadent during the entire course, or six years, including the preparatory studies 3. The pavment of $50 shall endow a family schol arship, which shall entitle the sibscriber to the tuition of his own sons, or those of any family he may desig nate, or to the tuition amounting to twelve years of any students he may select 4. The payment of $100 shall endow a scholarship for forty years, or shall entitle the subscriber to the tuition, amounting in all to forty years, of such persons as he may select. Subscriptions, on the above conditions, shall not be binding on subscribers, nor shall the College be required to fulfil its part of tho contract, until a sum from $30,000 to $60,000 shall have been subscribed; at which time the books shall be olosed, the subscrip tions become due and bear interest, and the subscri bers shall then be entitled to the privileges of schol arships, as above stated. The Trustees will then issue certificates, signed by the President and Secretary of the Board, guaranty ing to the subscribers the privileges above enumera ted, according to iheir respective ?ubscriptions, which subscriptions shall be trausftrabU, as other property: Provided, always, That notioe be given of their trans fer; and these certificates shall be delivered to the subscribers upon the payment of their subscriptions. The subscribers will not be required to nay their subscriptions until theee months notioe shall have been given in the public papers By order of the Board of Trustees of Geneva Hall, done this 8th day of May, 1854. J. R. W. SLOANE, President of Board of Trustees. J. B. JOHNSTON, June 29. Secretary of the Board. ~ BEEBE'S NEW YORK HATS. SPRING Fashion for 1854, with other new and beautiful styles. A full assortment in store at LANE'S Fashionable nat, Cap, and Gents Furnishing Establishment, Maroh 8. Penn. av., near 44 street. IMPORTANT TO THE BLIND. DR KNAPP, Oculist, at No. 140 Ms.in street, Buf f&lo, New York, rest on 3 sight to the Blind with chenie.vl vapors, externally applied. This new method, causing no yain, is at once remarkable and iuco?<?sful. Several forias if blindness are removed by this treatment, that heretofore barb been incura ble. March 27. HO, ItO! VUU ABEOm^B ?RAV! ARK VOUt WELL, THAT IS A MISFORTUNE, and not a crime; bi.t to remain gray when it is unfash ionable, and 10 fine an opportunity offon to restore yonr "rich adihrosial lock*," in all their pristine vigor and beauty, in three initiate*, without injury U> the hair or $km, by applying John A. J#nc* I in froved National Hair Dye, is but little short of crime. herefore, don't delav. Art lied and for sa!e by Ihe original inventor of Liquid Hair Dye In thin country. JOHN A. JONES, 23 Esst Baltimore et., bet Front ami High. Q~T* Alao, for sale at all the respectable Druggists and Fancy Store* in overy city and town throughout the Union. April if. FOR KALK, A GOOD Stock Farm, of ISO acre*, with dwelling, orchard, spring, Av, all seeded in gram or grain, near to Bloomington, Indiana, the seat of Indiana University, of two Fctaale College#, and other schools. Terms ea?y- Also, 12 miles wust of this, a good Mill Seat, with abundant water, good timber, numerous customers, and a poor mill, feobly grinding and saw ing now. This I will either stll or let on shares, to a man competent to erect a good mill?a rare open ing for skill, with small capital. Addrees me at Bloomington, Indiana. M. M. CAMPBELL. Jane 12. THC PEOPLE'S PATENT OFFICE. THIS well-known establishment is still carried on under the personal superintendence of the under signed, by whotn all the necessary drawings, docu ments, ard specifications, for Patents, Caveat*, De signs, Poreign Patent*, Ac., are prepared with the utmost fidelity and despatch, on very moderate forms. Persons wishing for advice relative to Patents or Inventionn may at all times consult the undersigned ttrithotil rhargt, either personally at bis office, or by letter. To those living at a distance, he would state, that *11 the needful steps neoeesary to seenre a Pat ent, can be arranged l>y lotter, just as well as if the party were present, an-J the expense of a journey be thus saved When parties wish to be informed as to the probability of being enabled to obtain Patents, it will be necessary for them to forward by mall a rough outline sketch and description of the invention. No fee or eharge is made for such examinations. Private consultations held daily with Inventors, from 9 A M. to 5 P. M All consultations and busi ness strictly private and confidential. Models from a distanoe may be sent by express or otherwise. For further information, apply to, or addrees, post paid, ALFRED E BEACH, Editor and Proprietor of the People's Journal. Solicitor of American and Foreign Patents, Proftl** P/itont Ojfirt?, 86 NtitMin xt.. Niw York. THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL, a rocord of Science, Mechanics, Invention, and Agriculture. Published Monthly. Every number contains 32 pages, beauti fully printed, on fine papor, and profusely illustrated with splendid engraving*, forming at the end of overy year two fine volume?, comprising nearly 400 pages, with about six hundred elegant engTavlng.* Terms only ?w dollar a ycrir, sent by mail. Specimen Copies 12} cents. Address as above. May 8. UIlMiN'S JIM DYE. The best urtioU ever umU, an hundred* can testify in thi* city and surrounding touutry. Read! OIL MAM'S LIQUID HAIR I>Y It? ? istaiitu iinoiitly ehai.g ea the hair to a brilliant jet Nhiek or glow/ Brown, which la permanent?doea not atain or in any way In jure the skin. No article evur yet iuvcnU.il which will oompare with it. We would advlso all who have gray hairs to buy it, for it never fails.?Boston Pott. Z. D. OILMAN Chemiat, Washington city, Invent or and Solo Proprietor. For *ale by Druggist!, Hair-Dressers, and Dealers in Fanoy Articles, throughout the United States. KWINfi KAOtlUfl SALE CUKAP. WE have deposited with us, for sale, one of Avery's superior Sewing Maohineg, and are authorized to disposo of the same as a groat bargain. This ina ohine is considered one of the best now in use. We annex herewith the recommendation of some of the principal wholesale merchant tailors in New Yorkcity. New York, July .10, 1853. We, the undersigned, d? hereby certify that we have examined the " AiMry Sewing Machine," and cheerfully recommend it for its simplicity, durability, and especially for tho peculiar stitch made by it. The ?titch is original, and in appearance is like tho most perfect and handsome " back-stitohing " We have thoroughly tested the strength of tbo sewing, and are satisfied that the stitch of this machino makes a stronger and firmer seam than ran U vuule by hand. We take ploasure in recommending this Macnine to our frienas. and to tailors, seamstresses, and families generally, throughout the oountry: Boughton A Knapp, Wholesale Dealers In Men's and Boy's Clothing, 19 Courtlandt st. Lockwood A DuBols, Merchant Tailors, 558 Broad way. ? H. A. Gould A Co., Wholesale Dealers in Clothing, 221 Washington st. J. P. Hull, Merehant Tailor. 558 Broadway. ? Dickson A Pettus, Merchant Tailors, 623 Broadway. Apply at the publication office of tho National Era, 7th street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall. March 2. ATTKftYlON ! SOLDIERS who served in the various wars, and sailors, or their widows or heirs, to whom ur rears of pay, extra pay, bounty land, pensions, Ac. may be due, may find it to their advantage to havr their claims investigated. Address A. M. GANGEWEP., Attor#ej and Agent, Washir-^ton, 0 0 Bounty land warrants bought and sold. ForTthe spring trade SIIIRTS in every variety of style and quality. Gen tlemen in want of a good-fitting shirt can l>e suit ed in style, quality, and price, at STEVENS'S Marob 7. Sales Room, Brown s Hotel. F. MATTINGLY, AT. Cap, and Misses' Flat Manufacturer, No. 7 Washington Place, 7th street, betwoen D and E, Washington. D. C. Jan. 2. BOOTS AND SHOES, For Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children. EEDMONSTON. west side of 7th street, (nearly ? opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,) manufactures to order, and keeps constantly on hand and ior sale, ev ery article in his line, of superior quality and at the lowest prices. The public arc thanked for their past very liberal patronago, and arc assured that no pains shall be spared to merit a continuance of their favors. Jan. 13. WE ARE NOW OPENING, AT our splendidly-lighted sales rooms, on Seventh street, 3 doors north of Pennsylvania avenue, a ohoice stock of rich Fancy Dress Goods, embracing all the novelties of the season; also, Spring Styles Mantellettfi, Black Laco Shawls and Scarfs, White Crape Shawl?, Cashmere Scarfs and Shawls, French Ki J and Silk Gloves, Hosiery and Embroidt ries, with a ohoice lot of Linen ana Staple Goods in great abundance?all of which will be sold at fair, low prices. We invite purchasers to er.ll and examine our stock. Observe that all articles are warranted to prove as represented. MAXWELL. FEARS, 1 COLLEY, April 10 7th street, 3 doors above l'a. av. FOR THE SPRrNG TRADE. BEEBE'S NEW YORK HATS for the sprang of 1854. Tho second supply of the above elegant Hats this day received at STEVENS'S March 7. Sales Room, Brown s Hottl. D. CAMPBELL, CJADDLER, Harness, and Trunk Maker, Pennsyl vania avenue, a few doors east of the National Hotel, City of Washington. Jan. 2?^m H RAZORS! RAZORS!! RAZORS!!! IF you waat a fine, smooth shave, call at Parker s, who can now furnish you with one of the celebra ted Chinese Raxors. and five others of the best pat terns, of Wade A Butcher's make. Also, ten new patterns of the celebrated Tally Ho llator*. One gross of Wade A Butcher s Razors, lor barber?, double concave ground. PAREEU S Perfumery and Fancy Store, May 2. under National Hotel. NEW GOODS. PARKER, at his Perftimery and Fancy Store, on der the National Hotel, Pa. avenue, is just open ins a new and oomple^e stock of Goods, consisting, in part, of? * GLOVES. Ladies and Gent's Pari* Kid Gloves, all sixes and col- j PERFUMERY. I Extracts,from thehouses of Lubin and Prevost, Pari*, and Harrison. Philadelphia; Genuine German Cologno. Pomatum, Ba.*uf Marrow ; Cold Cream, Macassar Oil. W. I. Bay Rum; Low's Brown Windsor Soap, Cleaver s Honey Soap; Lubin s Rose and Musk So*|ti ; Taylor's Transparent Balls, Ac., Ac. BRUSHES. English, French, and American Hair Brushy, in one hundred different patterns; . 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 row Tooth Brushes, London made. for our sales expressly; Nail and Cloth Brushes, Ac., Ac., Ac. COMBS. Tuck Combs, latest Paris style*; .... Shell. Buffalo, English cold-pressed Horn and India Rubber Dressing Combs; John Fen's premium Ivory fine teeth Combs, and Pocket Combs. FOR SHAVING. Gncrlain's. Roasset's, and Harrison * Shaving Cream ; Military Cakes, and all other Shaving Soaps ; Badger s hair Shaving Brushos, very superior. PARKER'S PREMIUM RAZOR STROP. Washington, Murrh 12, )M?. ^ We, the undersigned, having fairly tested Parker s Metallic Raxor Strop Powder, to which the Maryland Institute has awarded a premium, take great pleasure ineertifying that it will keep the Raxor in fine, smooth (having order, without the use of hone. J. Maophkrson Bkrkikn. U.8. Senator. W. W. 8tAT0N, Mayor of Washington. W. 8. Abciirk, House of Representatives. Rev. T. M. Pkasb, Washington City. Thomas J. Ru*>. U. States Senator. Hiram W alb ridge, Esq., New York city. RAZORS. Wade A Butcher's, of our own importation ; Tally-Uo, from 25 conts to $1.25 each Rators imported to order, and all warranted. Jan. 2?il M. SNYDER, BANKER and Exchange Broker. National Hotel Building, Pennsylvania avenue, Washington city. D. C. J?n REMOVAL! TTENRY JANNEY'S Boot and Shoe Store and il Manufactory, for tho last ten >oars located on 8th street, near the General Post Office, was remove, to Pennsylvania Avenue, between Browns Hotel and 7th street, where the proprietor has spared no pains or expense in fitting up an eeUblishniont comiuensu rate with the great increase in the business o? the h?The subscriber tenders his most cordial and grate <b! acknowledgme nts to his friends and patrons for their long-continued favors, and will be pleased to meet them in his new house. , I have a vory well-assorted stock of Boot* and Shoes, of French, New York, Eastern, and my own make, embracing every style and variety, to which I invite the attention of members of Congree*. anil oiti xena generally. HENRY JANNEY. Penn av north side, between Browns notel Jan. 2 and 7th st., third door from tho latter. Fro-m the United State? Argn*. To those persons who may visit Washington, and are in want of a boot that cannot bo excelled, either in quality or workmanship, we would call their atten tion to the card of Henry J annoy, to be found under the head of " Washington." A handsome and neat ly-made hoot is not at all times a source of pleasure to tho wearer but often one of extreme torture; this is caused by the bungling manner in which the boot is fitted to the foot. Mr. .Tanney has devoted much of his time in studying the construction of Ihe human foot, in order to ascertain how a boot should be cut and fitted, that will be perfoetiy easy to all parts of the foot. In this he has succeeded, so that it matter* not what mav bo the shape of, or tho number of corn* on the foot, hi* boot is porfeotly easy, fhus he ha* combined beauty with comfort. THE GREAT RED DRAGON ; OB, Til E MASTER KEY TO POPERY.! BY ANTHONT GAVIN, Catholic PruU, of Saragassa, Spam. BOOK AUEHTS WANTED, TO coll tbe work, which in now ready, nod surpaiw 01 in detail and interest any other work uu the subject of Popery ever turned. The terrible revela tion* which it oontaius will nUrllu every Protr.itant i with horror, as coming from one who wu a part ui- | pa tor in the bloody deed*, and who hog had tho beat opportunity over potwessod by acy man to unveil the j mysteries of the Great Babylon of Popery. Finely i illustrated Address, immediately, SAMUEL JONES, Publisher, . July 1?6td Ht5 Washington street, Boston. I 1,000 TO BOOK. A6KVTS AND COI.PORTEURft IN AIX PARTK OK THE UNITE!) STATES. i AGENTS wanted to sell OUR PARISH. A great moral and religious work for the'Kineteenth Contury. 452 pages, price $1.25. One thousand copies of this work were sold tho first day of publioation, and eight thousand copies were called for in less thau one month. The publishers feel justified in laying that co strictly religious ro manco has ever exceeded, if equalled, the popularity of this work in ro short a time. For circular ?f terms, Ac , address L. P. CROWN, 4 CO., Publishers, May 20. No. 61 Coruhill, Boston. THE NEW BOOK FOR SUMMER TODBISTS, UNLESS we are greatly mistaken, this will prove tbe best " Summer Book " of tho season.? Onei da lleruLl. Now ready, tho Second Edition of HILLS, LAKES, AND FOREST STREAMS; OB, A Tramp in the L'hatcauguay Woods. Ono elegant 12mo vol., with illustrations. Price $1.25. NOTICES OF TIIE PRESS. The author of this book is tho editor of the Albany State Register, and among all our brother editors we know of none of such rare fancy and humor in do picting country lifo. I.-aac Walton would bavo boen delighted to read such a hook, and Christopher North would be happy in inhaling such good humored sketches of country sports. Wo have rarely read anything more instinct of life nnd fun than this book, or which is more appropriate to tho season of sum mer and rural life?N. Y. Express. Reador, you havo a rich t:eat before you, in the pages of this volume, -which comes before you with interminable changes, magnificent groves, whose tall trees hare withstood the storms of a thousand years; luxuriant gardens, fertile meadows, quiet lakos and running brooks, hills, valleys, and mountains?a multitude of attractions to inspire new, enlarged, fresh thoughts, in the mind that is wearied with the dull routino of our city life and dusty streets.?Phil adelphia Courier. It is so attractive, that ho who opens it, will reluc tantly relinquish it, till he has fallowed tho writer over the hills, across the lakes, and among tho forest streams.?Rochester American. It is a charming book for company on a summer tour, and will hold a prominent place among the lux uries of literaturo.?Troy Budget. All the lovers of the country and of country life, of rural scenery and of nature in its wild grandeur, of the sports of the forest and tho stream, should buy this book and read it.? Troy Tint's. A book that will be greeted by sportsmen, and ea gorly read by the lovers of romantic adventure. Such readers will envy the author's happiness when they find him pulling up the simple, uneducated trout, from those secluded lakes: tipping over the deer at every shot; snutGng the fresh breezes of those old primeval mouutains and hills; and listening to the music of the wild, wild woods.?Auburn Journal. This is a charming volume. One almost f. ols the bracing freshness of the lakes and fort-sU as he turns over its graphic and sprightly ptiges. They are ab solutely so bowitchinir, that to read them is not to be content without rusticating.? Pkiluilelphin News. His desctiptions of the forest, tho stream, the lake, tho meadow, the birds, and the blossoms, are spon taneous gushes?warm feelings set to the simple mu sic of Saxon words. The author has not only trav elled among tho scenes he paints so well hut has tar riod with them until he has found out all their se crets.?Buff/do Expre*i. It is a book to keep awake even ic summer after noons nnd eveciogs, conveying one most glibly across hills, lakes, and forest streams, and pointing out all thut is worth seeing or feeling. There is much to warm up by wit, and to thrill by daring, in the book; and he who reads it, and don't want to hie straight off in the country, may?read it through again, and see how mistaken a man be is.?Boston B<?*. ?7- Copies sent by mail, post paid, on receipt of price ; or it can be ordered through any Booksoller. i J C. DERBY, Publisher, June 26. No 8 Park Place, New York. ? I DR. WESSELHOEFTS WATER CURE. j BRATTLKBOROUt'H, VERMONT, ALL turners to the contrary, continues to reoeive patients, for whose recovery and comfort the un dersigned pledge themselves to spare no pains, so that t&ey may maintain the lame of the establish- j ment. It* provisions for hydropathic puipoies are | unrivalled, and its supply of pure, soft wator is abun- j dant, cool, and palatable at all seasons, without the ( use of ice. Dr. E. L Lkwenthal, Resident Physician. Mrs. F. Wkssklhokft, Proprietress. March 24. STRAYED OR STOLEN/ ON Tuesday night, Msv 23d, from the premises ol Henry Powell, in Mantua, six two year old Steers. One largo, rough made steer, grayish color, I with short tail and ears, and long claws oo the hind * feet. Two red and white (spotted) steers, very line looking for their age, but rather small, and one of them crosa eyed One principally white, showing a good deal of the Darhain blood iti the neck and ears. The other two rather inferior; one dark brindle. and the othor light red Any person fin-ling mch Steers, or giving Information wlioro thov may be fouhd, sh*ll be entitlod to a liberal reward, by dropping a line to A. R GOULD. Hudson, Summit county, Ohio; or to HENRY POWELL. Mantua, Portage county. Ohio. II,niton, M.iy .10, 18 j4. June ??2t PHILO OPH CAL AXO CHEMICAL I'PA H ATUS. THE subscriber manufve uro* nlmort all kinds of apparatus, and will always be bappy to corres pond with suoh as may need anything in that line Having been for y?^r<< a practical teacher of these sciences, he ha* unusual advantage* in knowing the actual want* of teacher*. Price catalogue* *ent. grati*. on application. Good* shipped to all parts of , the United States and Cauada* i He refers, by permi*sion, to Professor J. Foster, of | Union College. N. Y.; Kt. Rev. A. Potter, Bishop of I Penn. C. B. WARNING, A. M , Juno 29?2flt Pou>hkeepsie, New Yoik. Eastman'i Infallible Sirk Hcadarhe Remedy ) THIS preparation, by E. P. EASTMAN, M. D , of Lynn, Mux, has been used in private practice for the last four years, with the greatest success. A radical cure has been effected in evory instance where the direction* have been strictly-followed and perse vered in. It i* now given to the public with the full confidence that it will do all that is claimed for iL and prove itself, upon fair trial, an inJullitU bick | I lle-intirke Remrdy. It is safe and pleasant to the taste, it brings imiue- , diate relief, and all who te*t it* curative virtue* re j joice in the removal of pain, and marvel at it* power in alleviating so goneral, snd often so lata!, a scourge I The following is from D. C. Bafcfcr, Esq , Mayor o. | Lynn, and President of the Howard Banking Coropa- < ny, Boston: Dr. K P. 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I have been afflicted, unce my childhood, with very *evere turns of sick headache, and have triod various rem edio* which havo been prescribed, but found no eon *iderable relief until 1 tried your remedy, which, I am h:ippv to say, ha* almost entirely cured me. Sev eral of my neighbors and friends have tried your med icine, and in every instance it hnr entirely relieved or greatly mollified the disease. Faithfully yonrs. John B. Ai.i.wt. WILSON, FAIKBANK. ft CO., 43 and 45 llanever strsot. Boston, General Agent*, to whom *11 orders ?honld be addressed; also for sain by all the Drug gists throughout the country. For sale In Washington by Z D. OILMAN. March 3. i_l VISITERS TO THE METROPOLIS! PERSONS Waiting Wellington, und in want ot IJooU or Sboea, aro invito*! to call and uxauiina iuy Htook, which oouifo us g<.od ?n uaaortiubnt of Ladies,' Gentlemen's. Boya', Youth's, Misses, unci children I Shueg, &h i uni b? found in city, Prioei moderate. JOHN A. RUFF, Pont* avenue, Jau. 11. Between 44 and 6th nit), Washington. CHARLES FKODSHAM'S IMPROVED CHRONOMETER WATCHES IN plain add hunting caaea, of overy variety of style und size. J Ladies' V\ atohes, of now and elegant styles, just roceived from the manufactory of CUarlea Frodsham 84 Straml, London. Alio, Watches from tho moat celebrated London and Swiss makers. For sale by T o j s- WILLARD, Jan. 2?d No. 0 Congressstreet, Boston. INDIA RUBBER COMBS ? GOODVEAR'S PATENT. 11/ liI have now a complete aeaortment of the India tail Combe, of all kinds, wholesale and re Fivo gross of Children # Round Combs. * jvo gross of the fivo patterns of Dressing Combs ? PARKER 8 May 2 Comb, Perfumery, and Fancy Store. COMBS! COMBS!! COMBS!!! TUST opening, a handsome assortment of the latest O patterns of French Tuck Combs, in shell and buf . O- a,,8W. new pattern shell and buffalo Dress ing combs. Brushes! Brushes !! liiush.es!!! ' nPJnl?K' * *?ry llirK? and splendid assortment or English, Frenoh, and American Hair Brushes, in one hundred new styles, among which aro a few fine ivory and biffalo backs. PARKER'S Fancy, Perfumery, and Comb Store, 4,~7_ under National Hotel. NEW AND ELEGANT SILKS, EMBKCI. , DERIES, CLOAKS, &o. rpiIE subscribers beg leave respectfully to invite X the attention of tho ladies of the oity and vicini ty to the following new and rich Goods, which have just been received, via: 60 drosses extra rich Brocade Silks, for evening l\ ?j?- <j<>- do. street; Zj do. do. Moru antique, watered; !?> J0- do. Moru antique, brocade; 10 do. do. blnck Brocado Silk ; J" do. flounced Brocade Silks ; 10 pieces light-colored plain Poult do Soie ; 25 do. very rich plaid Silks ; 25 do. Silk Illusions, for party drosses, all col's; JO do. watered and plain real Irish Poplins; 150 new stylo Paris-trimmed Chomisettos* Sleeves, in sets. 260 do. Frenoh embroidered Collars; 60 do. Frenoh embroidored cambric Chemi sottes and Sleeves, In sets ; 75 French embroidered Chomiaettes and Sleeves, trimmed with Maltese. Honiton, and Valen cionnes Laces, very cheap; 150 pairs embroidered muslin andcarubrioSloeves, 260 Frenoh embroidered Ilandk'fB a great variety ? 3U0 pieces English and French Thread Laces; 25 velvet Cloaks, latest style ; 25 embroidered oloth Cloaks, latest style: 25 plain and trimmed cloth Cloaks; 60 small Persian Scarfs, for the neck; 50 long Cashmere Shawls; 25 richly-eitfbroiderod white crape Shawls; Together with a great variety of new and elogant articles appropriate to tho season ; all of which we aro enabled to offer at reduced priccs, having taken advantage of the advanced season to make our pur chases. [Jan. 2.J HOOE, BROTHER, A CO. THK CONFLICTTFTYFiT BY DR. EDWARD B?ECHER. This Remarkable Work has readied its Fifth Edition, in the brief spate of Four Months! A success unprecedented in Theological Pub lications ! A' N impression ban already been produced by this L masterly treatise, the most profound, wide roac^ing, and permanent. It is perfectly manifest to all competent observers, that we are upon the eve of a theological discussion, the most com^eheusive, radical, u.nd portentous, the world has over seen. To this diaoussion this book leads tho way, with a momentum irrtsistiblo. There is not a question in Theology which is not destined | to come up for a now and thorough settlement in the light of this final development. All those who have Theological doubts and diffi culties should oxarnine the solution this work affords. Thoso who have no doubts, but who wish to study the history of opinions in the past, atid to keep paco' with the deveiopmicts of opinion in the ftoture will grievously orr if thoy neglect to make themselves fa miliar witfrthis hook. It contains the seeds of the thinkings and debatings of the next hundred years. The reception cf tais work by the Tho. logical press of the country, has been significant. Equally doclinitg to accept his oocclusion, th-y do it on op jioiite and contradictory grounds. Olio half of the Theological press endorto* ihe major premise ot the argument, aud denies the minor. Trie other half en dorses the minor, and denies the major. Ami as they are probably both right in their positive element, and wrong in their negative, the work has received a Vir tual Endorsement of the most powerful kind. As regards the ability of tho work, and ita claims on the attention of all, the following extracts may suffice : FromTh* Princeton Repertory? Old School Orthodox. It is characterized by great ability, by an earnest spirit, by frankness, candor, and courtesy. It has a special interest for ua. Wit hail it as an ally. Tha author shuts his readers up to the choice between Orthodoxy and the doctrine of Pre-Existence. Prom, tht Univtrtahst Quarterly and Gtncral R*. ? vtn/\ Jan , 1864. We have the novel spectacle of a man clinging with a masterly grasp to all the fundamentals of Or thodoxy, * * * jet dealing it a bbw beu*ath which it reels. It would be difficult to find within the limita of a hundred pages any treatise or essay that can com pare in importance with this analysis (B. Iv) of Or thodox doctrines I>r. Beecher has struck upon the right principle in his theory of typical Interpretation, in the fifth of Romans. , National Era. This work has caused a great commotion among the D D.'s in our land. It merits their attention N. Y. Tribune. The most significant work on Theology which has appeared of late. A#i many respects, this volume is one of the most curious, as well a* one ?.f t^e most suggestive, pro ductions of in dcrn Amorican Ihiology PhtJ/rdr/piJtt.t Prt?bytcrian Qnarttr/y, New SvhooJ. Able it unquestionably ia. WesfmsMatar hnqland. The " Conflict of Ages" is, in effect, a protest against Calvinism by ons of the leading Calvlnlatlc divines of New England. liottoit Congrrgutioiialut. A very unsnfe book for heresiarcha to put into the ban Is of either Universalis or Unitarian of real and manly mind, accustomed to deep and serious thought. Whatever else be may be or may not be, he will never be either an ancient Soclnian or a mod ern Universalis!. PHILLIPS, RAMPSON, CO, May 2fl. Publisher*. Boston. VARA ; OK THE CUM !> OF AIMPTlON, 12mo. Prut Si. T is the history of an adopted child, and such a his tory as must sofli<n ^the heart and awaken the pity of every roader. It i"? a story and yet.a sermon. Taking the little Vara by the hand, and leading ber through the corridors of tin eventful life, it loaves op- 1 on the tuind a gonial ami lasting impression, which will prire of service. We hope to see it circulated widely?lh'/fuln pjpi ffi. We pfrdiet fnr it an immense sale, and venture to announce the nuthor as a worthy addition to the few distinguished American anthors. As n work of art. we place it toigh I r dependency of any aim of ploti the language is both chaste and ornate, frequently pathetic, often humorous. The characters are drawn with great skill, and we can find originalain our mind, who seem to be here carefully piotured.?JVmmari Dmlf. A tale of exquisite pathoa.? Watchman. Written with remarkable spirit.? Prtmhytrrtan. The book will be found profitable in ev?^ry pious Anally.?ChnHuw Ckronirft. A pure And evangelical spirit runs through the en- 1 tire work.? New York OWrtw. Just published by ROBERT CARTER A BROTHERS, New York. | Thi? work will be sent by mail, ]>o*tage pro T>aid, to those who send us a dollar. ' May SI? -3t M. ? . W Ar ?i>.. WnOLKHALK and retail premium ready mad* shirt and collar manufactory, nnd gentlemen's furnishing store, Nos 7 and lJ North Sixth street, Phil- ' adelphia On haml a large assortment of sbirta, c<d lara. dress stocks, tloves, hosiery, Ac., which we will sell at tho lowef t cash prions. Shirts and wrap|>ors ma<tc'to order by measure ment, and wairanted to give satNfactlon. WM W. KNItlllT i Jan 30?3a R. C. WALBORN I I JOHN 8. MANN, Attorney and counsellor at law, Cuuderaport, Potter county, Peon. Jan. 26. SERVANT WANTED] GOOD Wagea will be paid to a colored woman eua peteiit to do the work of a small family. Inquire over Mr. Edmonaton'* Shoe Store, 7th street, near E. Jan. 3?diit CAMERON'S GENERAL AGENCY and Ituuraaee Office, 3 Co lumbia Place, (2 doom north of Louisiana ave nue.) Seventh street, (east aide.) Washington, D. C Claims bofvre Uougreta and the different Depart Jan. *-d ALBERT G. BROWNE, /"COMMISSION MERCHANT, and Agent of the Bouten Hemp Manufacturing Company. Gangs ^ iwid Manilla Cordftge ,* AmoricuQ, Kuti^iu and Manilla Hemp, lbr sale. ' J anJ No. 152 Commercial at., Boston. 8. WALKER, PORTRAIT PAINTER^ | I AVING become a permanent reaidrat of thia XX city, respectfully invites the pablio to visit his Studio and Gallery, in the 3d story of Major Morfit'i building, 4} street, second door from Shlllington'a. May 18?eod7t TO THE CONSUMERS OF DRY GOODS Who Seek their Supplies in our Market. (r^lP\0liLY We are D0W in onr NEW V/ oTOnK. which waa erected exproesly for as. We think it the most comfortable and best lighted store room in the city; und with increased room, facilities, and oxporicncu, deemed quite ample, we shall deai largely in FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC BEY ROODS, of every style, all of the best qualities, and for which wo Hh&il liavc ofin price only. We shall sell chcaper than wo ever have done; and in having ono price only (which, in our opinion, if the only fair and oquitable way of doing business) we shiul maintain our self-respect, which is above all price or success. Moreover, we expect to retain all the trade of those prompt customers wbo have made their purchases of us for some years past, and doubt less we shall havp a largo accession of now customers, u/ whVro 0JU ta'r Vrif* only it asl,d. We feci that our simple word is requisite only to satisly our former customers that the on* price sys tem i;, the correct one, and to their ad van tag*: and' we do not hesitate to wsert our belief that all candid and intelligent persons will, alter an impartial exam ination of prices, fabric, and style*, give a one prico etoro tno preference. Those who are not judges of goods cannot lu.il to be impressed at once with tho manifold and vast advantages to tho purchaser re sulting from the adoption in good faith of the one price Wit em; it necessarily insures low prices to the purchasor. for it becomos absolutely necossary to meet at the start all competition that can be offered in prices. Our scale of prices will be so low, and the profits so small, that wo cannot and wiii not sell but for the cut/t or to customers who %xiy promptly. For those who purchase very largelyt 0r to sell'again, reduc tions will bo made. Tho public aro cordially and most respeotfully in vited to call nt all times and examine our stock. PERRY A BROTHER, "Central Stores," Jan <1 (Op. Centre Market,) Washington City Eldridge'i Hill Boarding 8ehool, For Young Men and Boys. THIS Inatituiion is pleasantly situated, on a high elevation, in a healthy, well-improved, and high ly flourishing neighborhood, Salem county, New Jer "7- Th? Summer Sesaion will commence on the 22d ofthe 5th month, (May,) 1854, and continue twenty two TVCCkS. ? The usual branches of a liberal and thorough En* lish education will be taught. Trrtiu.?$60 per searion. For circulars. Ac., addiess ALLEN FLITCRAFT, Principal March 8?3m Eldridge'a mil, Salem co.. N. J. YOUR MONEY T W ILL return, if you don't get one dollar's worth, at leact. Also, the beat of referencea can ba giv en, if required. Onlt OHR holla*, r*>at paid, to M. J. COOK, trawfordsville, Indiana, buys my new copyright edi tion, containing a selection of the most of the follow ing " Ways to Make Monky," Ac.: L. M.E Cook's oi ??uJ M#ro Together," Waaton'a 25, Bowman'a 33, Weston s 6?, L. F. Dow a 7?, Biglow'a 77, Ned Dow a 100, the famous 110, 124 Long A Co.'a Ste vrrt s, Shoit A Co.'i, Duval's, Gov A Co 'a, Ac., Ac. Several of these are advertised to sell from'$& to 5.5 each, and to yield from $3 to #8, from $5 to $10 and Irom $ti to SI2, per day, and from 200 to 600 and oven to 1,000 per cent.?honest and easy profits with small capital. Doth sexes, and all capacities and especially students and young men, furnielied with employment. \ou icay think thia is all humbug; yet, bating all exaggeration, the simple information alone is worth mere than the price of the book to every man and woman in the land. And. besides, I will do as I said at first I will Uso send, gratia, to all purchasers of the above, who request it, a mi chaici-in structions in a new, easy, and honest business, that yields enormous profits, with small capital. Money, properly enclosed, sent by mail, at my risk. Oy Two copies, gratis, to those who will secure in any weekly parer, one dollar a worth of lnaertiuna of t.io above and this notice, togcthir with I com mendatory editorial notioe thereof. I will aend the two coptoa on my receiving the paper publiahinc the advertisement jnne 12_2t Tile CRliKOS OF THK CHURCHES. THIS Book cents ina the Article! of Faith of the principal Churches in the United Statea, com - i>ilod from the authorized editions, by Rev L D. Davis. Any person can receive the work, free of ex pense, by enelosiog by mail, poet paid, 50 cents, to the subscriber, at Cortland, Cortland eo., New York JUD# '?? L. D. DAVIS. ' TIU K'KXT H IS ftiO LlTBKATOiST'7 GENIUS OP THE WK8T, CINCINNATI, OHIO COATES KINNEY, ? HOWARD DURHAM, j The third volume of the genius or THE WEST commences with the July number. 1854 Thia Periodical wan established for the pur' pose of encouraging and introducing to the pnblio everywhere, ORIGINAL WESTERN LITERATURE. " The West has no literature," was remarked by a prominent speaker in a puMie assembly, not a long time fine* The West iui* a literature?a literature of her <'wn?fresh, bold, vigorous, mi beautiful not refined into s'npidity. not degenerated in'o obscetii tv?l.ui looinirg uj> like her own mountai a, fetliln n.? her rich soil, attractive as ber blooming prairies. It ha* been the ol.joct of the Genius to gather in the choicost productions of thia literature, and to aend them fotth again, to encourage, to pleaae. and to in struct. It ia not surprising that the publie have re garded this object with extraordinary favor?a favor wbieh ia evidenced by the remarkable success of the Oenias of tho West. It has elicited the attention and admiration of cultivated minda in all parts ofthe country. From Mouth Carolina, from New England, from Oregon, from every quarter where it haa become kr.own, there come eager calls for the Gonitis, ac companied with words ol such enthusiastic commend ation, as may well excite in the editors, aa well aa contributors, foelinra of pride and pleaaure. On tho hoeli of this aucceae, Mr. Wuhan, the pro jector of this enterprise, ia enabled to annonnee. for the forthcoming volnue, NEW AND ATTRACTIVE FEATURES! Foremost, he has bad the good fortnne to aaeociate with him Prof Coat its Kinney, who has pnrchased an interest in the Gcniui, and will hereafter devote his whole attention to iU pages. Among the poeta and prr.se writcra of the West, Mr. Kinnry ia con spicuous in the fortmoat rank ; and the enlistment of bis pen in tho editorial depart moot cannot fall to ex cite a deeper and still wider interest in tho minds of the reading public. The typographical execution of the work has also been improrod, and so nrrangod as to afford a much greater amount of readifg matter, without any ad vance in prico New and valuable contributors have boen engaged, whose contributions will enrich the pagoa of the new volume. The proprietors Uinjt now established in a print ing office of their own, it will be their object to ex tend the circulation of the Genius of the West every where, and thoy earnestly solicit the aexiatance of all who derive pleasure from literature, and especially of those who desire to encourage the growth of lit erature in the West, which shall command the reapoct ?f the world. r The Genius of the West ia published monthly, roy al octavo form, thirty-two pages, superior paper and typography, and handsome cover. Each number is splendidly illustrated Postmaster* and other* are renMctfally requested to ?ct aa agctits In procuring snWribera. Agent* sending five mbreribers will receive ono copy one >ear,/<w. 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