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Evening Star (Newspaper) - October 27, 1854, Washington, Washington-DCThe evening stae published every afternoon Xci sunt at a the Star buildings Corner Pennsylvania Avenue and eleventh Street by Salvia do it Hope will Terv a w Al crier in the cities a War h Burton Georgetown Alexandria Baltimore and Phila Delphia at six and a Quarter cent pay be weekly to the agents. To mail subscribers the Price is three dollars and fifty cents a year in Advance two Dol Lars for six months and one Dollar for three months. Of sue a condom. I vol. In. Washington d. C., Friday october 27 1854. No. 569. The weekly Star. Toi to Cellat family and Novra. A a greater ear be found to any ii m 00 Roeu can be a the counter immediately i pop a. stir it. Post astir who acts aft Nta Ami be aloof a commission of Twenty or a tile of the undertakers a. Cabinet maker & undertaker. Tulei undersigned would respectfully inform Hli friends acquaintances and the Public generally that he still Oon Unnes to a Sente 11 order in Hellas of Buri Naas in the Bert Miner and it the Short it notion my a a a err the shortest Nome and in the but Wanner Agate Potter Ltd m the Mott perfect my nor even in the warmest weather. If �5 of motors a respectfully it fat will Endeavor to Merit a continuance o Lingual. Anthony Buchly _ tide Between 9th and 10thetabs4denoe or. Martins no. 89, d Street to Honse East of 7th Street mar 17 la coffin wardroom a. ,/?ff7? i fwd plat w in. Kkt Akeri Reed dec 418 few out Street Between g and h strata. Interment procured in any ground or be meter. Coffins car or their past patronage. And informs Tham thit with in creased facilities he is prepared to attend to All orders in Bis line of business with he i7s Bis person a attraction to undertaking and those requiring his ii Liliee will always find him careful and Oil Zirini 40 at All hours Day and night. � main8 Lios he trusts to be Able Tore satisfaction As heretofore. His establishment188 kw2t& and 18th it first Ward Washington. J08bph Gawler oct 5.lm Cabinet maker and undertaker. Undertaker. " i would respectfully return my thanks to the citizens of Washington and its Vicinity for their pc p Frt my the owing to the frequent Calls in the undertaking Branch of my business 1hare been induced to discontinue the Manu Turc and Turc my attention fully to to undertaking. I have spared no pain to Hare every thing that is requisite to my business and 1 am therefore fully prepared to meet any order after a few moments notice and i assure those who May �k7? la i will Are no pains the carry oat their orders to their entire satisfaction. James p. Harvey w a Rui. � ffl0� 7th by be town q and 3. Attended to at All hours of the night. Glenwood Uti1faj burial place of the dead having Propri to ceremonies or the purpose is now open for the reception of the remains of deceased of ap4clt for � Hundred bodies in Whiteb such friends of the dead Asma fc/thegrares8 1118 be for those who favor him with a Call to Indge. He can sell whole suits coat pants and Vest at the following Low rates Good suit for business purposes oat of cloth or Cas Aimee for the Small sum of. Dress and frock Coats from $10 to $20 overcoats of different styles 12 to 25 Blan Kaad fancy pantaloons $3 50 to 10 bilk velvet veets. 2 60 to 10 this Stock of clothing 13 of a Superior Quality and has Bea made up since he received the fall and Winter fashions. He keeps constantly on hand a Large assortment of fancy As gloves cravats collars. Umbrellas to. " Rixie agent for the Sale of Scott s report of Fash Iona in this City. We head quarters Comer of thirteenth and k Urnett near the theatre. / n the proprietor of this a a blk House or. William Greason has refitted ten Ovate and prepared his. Tor the accommodation or i items in such a manner that be trusts will give full satisfaction to All who extend to him their patronage. He a made arrangements to have the very Best of oystkr8, ac., for the whole season without regard to expense. Families and parties promptly supplied. His bar Larder is at ail times Stok a with the Bast in the line. Making his acknowledgements Tor past encouragement he respectfully invites a continuance of the same with every intention and sex Artmon to please. A Lew hoarders can be oof Ortbals a commo sop 2u.6m Fob poof Ait lab0rih0 Kiev. Small building Luigi of 10 feet or More i various parts of tace City and Georgetown at Low prions terms to suit. Lloyd k co. Building Stone for Sale left Merabie at the canal or wharves in Washington Georgetown or k co. A. I a and handsome Ca Eiane Andraues Lloyd co by 2�.lv6 k Opp department c10al Hoos & Al shovel Ash Buck its. Cinder a alters and Fux Complete a shovel and Bodfis pokers Al hover and Tong stands Blower Tanis fenders Kire carriers ac., a. A Large apply of the a Ore soda have just been received direct from the factories and Are arranged super r to others m the Market and at As Low a rides a Waii is respect fully . L. Savage. Wolfl feign of Gilt Paw a. . Muqit fief Eter jus i Sona lowest Ubil hers prices at. To yuck k Maury s. Bookstore near 6th St Captain canot author of the great Book just be-in3 published Speaks of Hampton Stin Otura. Great cur of rheumatism contracted under tropical climates. Baltrom. My. Jane 4,1864. Cab Riffe of the Fountain hold. Light Street Baltimore. Daar sir being on the Point of leaving to City myself of a few Idle moments to thank you kindly for the Medicine you set me us which his restored a to the use of my limb. I beg Yon to end me four bottles More to carry on my i had the Fortune to use or. Hampton s vege table tincture my Confidence is so Strong that ingratitude to the proprietors of said Medicine i beg you to present my respect to them and induce them to make it More publicly known a a sure rheumatic cure. Having called on me on the 19th of april last and teen me prostrated on my bed useless in All my Liibs you can appreciate nearly a Well As myself the prompt Relief i received from or. Hampton s tincture and i am positive had it not been Lor your Strong and forcible recommendations i should still have been in bed. It is really a pity this specific should not be approved medical men and like full Patent drugs it should suffer the imputation the Public generally Iva to such preparations. I myself who was Al ways opposed to a patented specific took this medi Cin with reluctance and without Ron Denoe in it and it was Only through your disinterested Friendly recommendations and my critical situation that in Donld by Mortimer a Mowbray 140 Balti More Street Baltimore and 304 Roadway Newyork Chas. 8t0tt a co., Wiher j. B. Moork a. B. Clarke of Lakub a Bowling w. Elli Ott and h Mcpherson Washington also by r8. F. Ci88sl, Georgetown and c. Berry Alexandria and by druggists everywhere. Ang take n0t10x. Housekeepers and others Are reminded that Titie following list of articles Are of the very beet description and can be purchased from the sub30riber on As Low Terras As any other House in to a Tyty. A Large assortment and Supply always 0.4ml oils of All kinds Queens Axa paints brushes Campble clocks varnish lamps turpentine chandelier window Glass Gira Doles China vases earthenware. Brittannia Ware glassac., ac., goods sent to any part of the City free of charge country Valera will do Well to Call. 0 8. Whittlesey,7th Street Opp. Selden a Withers Bank Star Remitta Jaces to Ireland. Persons desiring to Send Money to Ireland Eai obtain checks for �1 or More on the Belfast tanking company payable in All the principal towns. Apply to Chubb Brothers Bankers opposite the Treasury building. V Gas fixture. Ryphe subscribers tale pleasure in announcing Tox the Public that their Stock of Gas fixture., comprising some of the Best and latest patterns a been received and that they Are now prepared to Sai l at the lowest rates. Persons in want of Gas fixture will please Call and examine they will no doubt it to their interest. Dwellings and Public a tidings fitted with Gaa to Bing at the usual rates j. W. Thompson a brother Dee a. ., bet. 10th and 11th, s. Side. Washington Iron works Maine Avenue Between 1% and 6th its. Manuf Croiter of steam engines boiler water tanks shafting pulleys hangers and Mill Werk generally. Will furnish saw Mills All kinds of castings wrought and cast Iron pipes and everything in the Iron line generally. Two Small engines on hand and for Sale. Foi information address g. E. Noyes Washington Iron works Washington . In 1to inventors. A he office of the inventor Protection National Al Union is on 7th Street opposite the East por Tico of the Patent office and is now ready to attend to Tho business of its members namely in making examination and soliciting patents a. Inventors Are invited to Call and get a copy of the Constitution and by Laws and where any informs son will be Given respecting the Union. All letters on business must be directed to this of ice where attention will be Given immediately. A Model shop is in connection with the office there models can be made to order at the shortest Cotile. T. G. Clayton president i. P. N. U. Plumbing Gas fitting and tinning. Thi undersigned having added Gas fitting to their former business Are now prepared to execute All orders in that line in the cheapest Moe expeditions and approved and tinning done As heretofore. A file assortment of stoves tin and Sheet Iron Ware constantly on hand. Kole agents for the District forma Gregor s Patent Dot air furnaces for heating Public building. Churches Halls private residences a. Iso tier Barker s double acting forge pumps. Persons in want of any of the above articles Wil find it to their advantage to Call on us Ere Purcha sing elsewhere. Pledging themselves to a prompt execution of All Ord is entrusted to them they most respectfully a licit a continuance of the favors so liberally be stowed upon them by their former patrons and the Public in genera1. Fur8e a Collins nos 360 and 871,pa.., opposite Willards hotel sepft.3m a Silver and brass plating. No. 442 eighth Street Between d St. And a. Avenue. Rilke und signed is prepared to do Silver and brass pm &t1ng in All their varieties. Numbers for store and dwellings door plates Bell pulls railing knobs letters and ornament for military and other associations furnished at bal Imore prices and of his own workmanship. All kinds 0 conch work in the line Dona in the Best and cheapest manner. Those who want Silver brass plating aa., done will please fall a above on j. A. 8heehan, official to Mascot dip Stem August 3d, 1864. Otloe is hereby Given to the holders of the Fol lowing described stocks of the United states that this department a prepared to Purchase at y time Between the Date Hereof and the 20th Day of november next portions of those stocks amounting in the aggregate to $3,840,000, i the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned to wit f in Oare of any contingent Competition witty in the amount stated preference will be Given in the or Der of time in which said stocks May be Ofie Zei. The certificates duly assigned to the United states by the parties who Are to receive the amount thereof must be transmitted to this department non the receipt whereof a Price will be Pai compounded of the following particulars 1. The Par value or amount specified in each certificate. 2. A Premium on tiie Stock of the loan authorised by the of july 1846, redeemable november 12, 1868, of 3 per Cen on the Stock of the loan authorized by the of 1842, redeemable 31st Decem Ber. 1862, of 11 per sent on the took of he loan authorised by the acts of 1847 and 1848, and redeem Able the Farmer on the 31st december 1807, and the latter on the 80th june 1868, of 16 per cent and on the Stock of the loan authorised by the of i860, and redeemable on the 31st does Nebr 1864 commonly called the texan indemnity six per cent. 3. Interest on the Par of each certificate from the 1st of july 1864, to the Date of receipt and Settle ment at the Treasury with the allowance Tor the Money to reach the owner of one Day s interest in addition. A. Payment Tor said stocks will be made in drafts of Ibe treasurer of the United states on the assistant treasurer at Boston new York or Philadelphia As the parties May direct. But no certificate will be entitled to the Benefit of this notice which shall not be actually received at the Treasury on or before the said 20th Day of no vember next. Jambs gut bib Ang 28.dt20vov Secretary of Treasury. R,�rl?bild1ng galvanizing an electro Silver plating for All kinds or vital. Labarre would respectfully inf pm the pub. That he has opened a shop at the Corner o Ana lots streets in the above business and a now ready to receive orders in any Branch namely fire gilding on All kinds of ornaments Tor churches chalices jewels and regalia for free masons Odd Fellows and other societies military ornaments a. Also Silver and bba8s watches chains goblets lockets Tea and table spoons dessert and butter knives. Electro Silver plating on military ornaments fruit baskets Walters candlesticks and assets. Also Silver plating for plumbers Gas fitters All ornaments for military free masons Odd Fel lows. And other societies and clubs made to order in the shortest notice. Fban0i8 Labarbe Corner 0 and 10th Ela West near a. . To 0.321 darted s Spanish mixture. Per at purifier or the blood Mit a particle of Here urn in it. Jist4unu stud for str Fula King s vol rheumatism obstinate cutaneous eruptions pimples or pustules on the face blotches boils chronic sore yes ringworm or Tetter scald head enlarge ment end pain of the Bones and joints stubborn ulcers syphilitic disorders Lumbago spinal com plaints and All disease arising from an injudicious , imprudence in life or impurity of the blood. Tiki valuable Medicine which has become Cele 1 Bratel for the number of extraordinary through it Agency has induced the proprietors. At the urgent request of their Meads to other it to the Public which they do with the utmost Coonfi 1vj fir sgt Fob 90 John a Clit coughs colds hoarseness Relief in f1t compound gum arabic Sturr Phi increasing demand for this att pleasant a oafs and efficacious remedy Tor All pulmonary disease has enabled the proprietor to reduce the Price so As to place it within the teach fall of yes its superiority Over moot similar preparations is attested by Many eminent physicians who Eye attn sees of its Efficacy when the to a stir a thousand of on most bothaa0h0 wed in their a cure n. 0 eur Rutx year Dorin Ohleh jul a from advertising Ait has Tasee of Swiss Ter the whole ?1 2" of Rune f. T i. Rau ntr10.m. the undersigned have established themselves inthe lumber business at 14th Street Bridge on tie canal where they offer for Sale a Large and general assortment of seasoned lumber at Tair Pri Ces and on reasonable terms. Persons desiring to put up Frame buildings can have estimates furnished by calling at the Yard. On hand a Fine lot of Cedar posts. Sep 23.2aw4w Chipps a Waller. Notice. Land warrant no 85,597 for forty acres under the of september i860, led in a or of j Miller a private in Captain Ander son s company of Georgia militia 183d, was mailed a new Albany Mississippi on or about the 5tb foe Tobey 1863, addressed to John m. Clarke Washl Agton c exhibit the same with the etchers thereof to the eur Scriber. On or before the 14th Day of october next the Jay otherwise by Law be excluded from All benefits of the said estate. Given under my hand this itch Ray of october.184. Solomon 8t0ybr, oct16.-w3w adminis Iterator. A Adele if h at the Boli citation of Many Tea ii lies i have made an argement to furnish mk&1l8 at private houses regularly and at Al hours. Great care will be Given o the preparation and cooking of the various dishes and it will be found the Moat agreeable and cheapest Way to live. 0. Gautier oct 23. Otaw8w f62, Pennsylvania Avenue. We have now at our Yarl on ninth Street Between d and e. 1 cargo Philadelphia red Coal or grantee ae1 do do White egg Coal for radiators i do broken do ath do for for nacre 1 do Dauphin red Ash do for Cook. Price$7 75 daily expected one cargo Grey Ash also about 60 tons mixed Coal laying in an open lot which will be Gold at a Vesy Low Price. Terms Cash. 2240 pounds to the too. Ret 20.eo3t Young � Moore. Skll1ng new pianos at manufactory wholesale prices for Cash we have on hand a few very Superior instruments which we will sell As above to close out our present Stock previous to removing. Every instrument warranted. Call adjudge for yourselves at Hilbus a hits music depot oct of Bancroft s history of the United states old Redstone by Joseph Smith d d the inebriated s hut by mrs Southworth Kansas and Nebraska by e c Isabel Carrollton a personal retrospect by Kneller Glen Meigs on child bed fevers Kollker s microbe Emieal Anatomy Drake on the principal diseases secret series Taylor a Maury s of in Bookstore near 9th St presses for proprietors of the evening Star offer for Sale on reasonable terms three printing presses one of these presses is capable of printing both tides of a Sheet at once at the rate of one thousand Sleets per hour making excellent Regie Ter. The others Are a medium Smith Prees and n Don and pails by Franck to Ylak Fine watch repairing. Tea Vine engaged one of the Best workmen in in. America i am now prepared to put in order the most difficult and complicated. Watches equal to any other shop in thial country a Liverpool. Watch movement jewelled throughout. Particular attention Civ i to ship and pocket chronometers. Watchmakers tools and materials for Sain. By 0. Hood 418 a. Avenue we. 4u and oth Eta. Wal of t.? i x " by. .4, evening Star. How to judge a horse the foil9wing_rules for judging the charac Ter of Shoree Are being the rounds of the agricultural journals. It May be useful therefore to give them in com Section with a Tew comments. Foejs00issf6llghi80rwl or Chestnut his Tulnew if � Tom Are Marks of if he is Broad and full Between the eyes he May be depended on As a horse of Good Sene Hing Ipa being trained 10 almost any As respects such horses the More ??jth�iettfry0u win great i urn. Nor will a Hose of this desc in Tion stand a whip if Well fed. 2. P ,.v a b 8afo horse avoid one that isiajj0$ i he to be 80 far Kea Dot to Kim ? k f or 6 100 much go ahead in him to be Safe for everybody. �1? a it a but a hor8� of great is a u".6 up Bay with not a White a kit him. His face is a Little dished of much the worse. Let no Man ride such Shoree who is not an adept in a re always Tricky and unsafe. 3 if you want one who will never give out. Never buy a Large overgrown one. A Blackhorse cannot stand heat nor a White one cold if you want a gentle horse get one with or a while about him the More thehl2ll"w 8uppo8e that the parti Solo redhorse belonging to circuses shews a arethi25tirf0r th6ir �dit7, but the election ads made Are on account of their great Oil Ltd and gentleness. Comments 1 one of the Mott Tricky Ani Mals we Ever knew was a sorrel Mare with ask Tiff a a among other stratagems k i801 Amensa on the Road Antol ewer Dri. With it 10 r?8embie that of a Rhinoceros than any thing else. R required a Strong an Swift Arm to Wield a whip so As to produce an we fun the horse was fat and 3 we have now a Fine deep Bay horse the safest horse to drive we Ever possessed with out a single White hair on his face or feet. A woman or child May rive him and he cares not a Straw for a locomotive whistle within three Yards of him 4. Nothing is More True than that a Whitehorse will endure the Sun s rays Best and Ablack one becomes quickly hot under their to afar sufi enc her thin8 being is a fact not sufficiently known or heeded by those who Are compelled to drive horses Ini hot weather but we question whether a to a k.86.suffer8 a no More from the col than a Black one. If animal heat is like solar heat the White animal would suffer leapt for whatever absorbs heat most rapidly parts with it most readily. Probably animal heaths less to do with color than solar heat has yet there is a reason Why Arctic animals Ai lip Bear cd now owl8 a dotted wit now whte Wool and Swan s Down Are efficient non conductors of heat. White mittens Are probably rather better than Blak 0de9 w and if White horses Are tenderest. I must be from some other cause. Cod Tiit get Lomah. An egyptian lady she wore first a Chemise of some thin White material with Loo a sleeves embroidered round the Edge hanging Over her hande then a Large pair of Crimson silk browsers along and wide that they entirely concealed her Bare feet then came a garment like the turkish an Eree descending to the feet before hanging in a train behind and opening at the sides with Long sleeves open from the wrist to the Elbow and failing Back so As to display those of the Chemise beneath. This tree s was made of Crimson damask and embroidered All round the Edge with Block braiding and was at the wrist but Over an ? Indian shawl wound two or three times round and knotted before. The last was a ticket reaching Only to the wait with half sleeves made of exceedingly Rich stuff or dark Blue silk embroidered All Over a running pattern with Gold and edged with Gold braiding and buttons three Large Silver Amulet cases containing charms were Huce Over the shawl Girdle. The head dress is the prettiest part of the egyptian Sofia s was exceedingly Rich. Her hair was divided into Twenty or thirty Small braids hanging Over her Shoul Ders to the end of which Are affixed three silk cords Strung with Gold coins of various kites to rows of Gold coins As Large As half Crown pieces Laid close together encircled her forehead and at each Temple were suspended smaller ones with an Agate ornament in the Middle. The Back of her head was covered with a Small egyptian fee ornamented with a Large a floors of solid Gold and bound on by a handkerchief of embroidered Crape she wore two necklaces of Large Gold coins thickly Strung together and each individual piece of Money suspended from a massive ornament in the form of a fish one of these necklaces was Long and the other just encircled he Throat and Between them was a string of tads of egyptian agates As Large As Birds legs and Strung together with Golden links her ear rings were of Gold filigree in the Hape of Flowers and her which she wore massive Gold and Silver we computed that she carried about three Hundred and fifty pounds on her person in coins alone without including her other or lament mrs. Homer s pilgrimage. Converting indians. The following anecdotes illustrate the propriety of giving barbarous nations the exam Ples As Well As the precepts of religion to Lity and Industry. A chief of one of the Worth american tribes was solicited to admit a Trench missionary to convert More of his subjects. No said the chief there Are tn0 Many converted there already my praying subjects have a of them forgot to pay me their j a British american priest attempting to convert an Indian the inhabitant of the Forest turned Hor upon him and replied sharply when i find that the English Are Good by oceans of the religion they profess i will thet adopt the same when Igo to Quebec to sell Mytirs continued the Indian the town people do not ask me to their houses and entertain me As we do them. When they visit our country we kindle a fire to warmth stranger we spread a mat upon which Viand Are heaped for his food and when the hour o rest draws near furs for his bed and his re pose. What is our return from the christians to Tel in b0u8e3 and eal1 for Victual and drink they inquire whether or not i Hay got Money to pay for them and show me Ai account of the expense instead of taking Friendly Farewell when i am going to depart the fur merchant of whose House i Eagle upon the Sabbath told me he would transact no commercial business upon that holy Day athe same time he hinted that he would no give me above a certain Prio for the furs. H went to Ehu Roh at which i much rejoiced seeing the Good things he was to hear Mig a soften his heart and induce him to give me More conscientious Price. Having nothing to i went to Church likewise but the Congre gation stared at me so that i went out again and waited at the Church door for my Mei chant. I would hear the priest speaking wit great vie Nemence no doubt said i to myself be is desiring them to be honest and fair i their dealings both to their god and to the indians Well my merchant at last can out i asked him if he would give me i higher Rioe to my astonishment be offered Lees than before. Now it was evident from Tia what be priest had been rating and that Rou christians g to Church Only to learn How to cheat the indians in the once of Beaver principle. Man unless he be guided and governed by principles which Are deep rooted in the soul and unyielding is a most forlorn these he is contemptible More de graded More abject than the beasts that per ish. Endowed with intellectual a soul that in destined " to out liveth was set Forward on the race course of life by a spark of etherial fire re initiated by Ety is capable of attaining his natural right a rank but " Little lower than the Angels " peculiarly exposed to fascinating temptation beset around with difficulties and dangers prone As is human nature to err and commit evil there is no Way by Whebbe can maintain the dignity of hit nature in spotted except by drinking deep and imbibing thoroughly some tangible principles and to these he must adhere with unswerving Tena City these principles must be sought with out the Proi Lotsof his own should be the deductions of the past experience of Mankind and the result is. They have their foundation in truth. With such principled or a foundation the Toad of Folly and corruption will not be his. Mankind have political As Well As moral obligations resting on them and they Are not so disconnected As May seem at the first Blush they Are intimately entwined with each other and a dereliction of the one involves the other to a certain extent. It is in vain to attempt to throw off either. Action in reference tooth has its Reward and its punishments. We admit that moral obligations claim the first and consequently the highest consideration. " be just and fear not to All tace ends thou aim est at be thy country a thy gods and the truth " next to the moral we rank Bis poli tical obligation in importance and in refer ence to them we would say we should be As enduring As the heavens an original anecdote the Portland a Gus relates that capt. A. A shrewd Steamboat East Fin from the state of Maine Manght Jeremy fiddler on Board his boat one Day As he was making from Boston to downcast and pinned him up in god style. It seem the Tellow Laid a traverse to get Clear of pay ing his fare but insisted to the clerk that head paid but lost his ticket. " whom did you pay asked the clerk tie rather guessed it was the Captain so Was summoned to the Oon Ferenze. Of. Yes yes said Captain k., it appears to me i do recollect. Let me see you gave me a five Dollar Bill us essays the fiddler i " and i gave you your change in half Dol Lar did t i the fare was Only half very High 44 yes says Jeremy,44 that s recollect it perfectly " very Well says capt. K., " i won t Dis Pute your word for if you please i should tic to tee the Lvuv a the fellow was tripped when he least expected it. He would not produce the halves and had the Fork out his fare. To in consequence of the great Scarcity of Mackerel this year the prices of no. I s and2 s have reached in bos on the highest Point for years via from $17 to $18 per bbl an the prospects Are that in the Spring they will Advance to $20. The English fishermen have done comparatively nothing this year an the catch by the Massachusetts fishermen must fall off More than 60 per event. From that of 1863. The business at Many Platee such As Newburyport Colas Ellingham. Ac., has been a disastrous that another year it will probably be Given up. And the whole business will finally Centre at Gloucester. 15digestibility of sour it i asserted by a late medical writer that soup with the exception of the vegetable matters and shreds of meat that float in it is entirely indigestible in the stomachs of children. The stomach d gifts Only solid food even milk being coagulated into a curd to undergo this process and yet there Are Many Farmers who have Long sice Given up the idea of raising Fine calves on buy Tea. Who give their children soup for Din Ner under the idea that it is very nourishing. Or the 44 John ii done is the name of a Fine new Stern wheel s earner now loading at Wheeling and about to make her first trip to Cine Inami. She is owned principally by Busi Ness men of Wheeling and is named in Honor of the general superintendent of the Balti More and Ohio Railroad. Fruit j Hale & ornamental Trees. I he underpinned a 131 of a to in pubic m very Choice Oil action of fruit Shade mod Evergreen Trees the Vry Fia Thrifty it w. U Guowu. Consisting Drawf and Standard ears. A i Pearl 8 apricots plums . Quince , our ran in in. I saris . D in t � a in most approved kind for Street Lud tvs Hub Abr Oto of All the celebrated , it Lut h a direct rom Holland among which Are double and single hyacinths. Double and hot a tulips Iva Neiafu. Pc a Ropa crocuses face. Tae bulbs Are Large and Well matured. John Baul seed store Corner seventh and h sir. Of of tit we. Haunschild e. Paper Hanger & upholsterer american Una Trench paper hangings and upholster goods. Pennsylvania Avenue bet. Zseve Tetu h and eighteenth Streeta Washington l c. In Hauenchild begs leave to inform Bis friends my the Pic that he has in band a Large look of French i i. And american trans parents . Mow Cotton and shuck mattresses which he ill dispose of at the lowest prices. Oct 10.3n� clocks watches & Jet try. I have Jubi received and Opo a alb great assortment of clocks. Matabel jewelry Allf which will be Holthu cheaper afcan similar goods can be so bought in the District. I have on band a Lew co try watches Winch will be sold a great Borg Ancl it called for a on at j Robinson s jewelry there opposite Browns hotel.5.lm notice. Phose persons that have changed their residence since our canvassers Cal de o i them and ail to Are not housekeepers that desire their name in the new directory Oak have Uhm inserted by leaving their names a at our office within one week j. Ten Eyck contractor fac numbering the City oct20.iw no. Si2 d strict new store George w1l.lne&, paper Kiang and 1 respectfully if Vite Public attention to nay Large a a Superior 6tock of paper hangings Tor fall sales embracing an elegant Assort eat of real it Del Gold and other parlor styles All qualities land scape views panel pauses for Halls he., i h a Small variety of Low priced papers of desirable Solors and patterns. Purchasers will find if to to Beer advantage to give be a Call. Paper put of in the beet manner and at Sbott Notts. Epli Olster goods slew a Union and worsted damask Elmlin and lae6 curtains Gilt Cornice bands ornaments i t and flowered 8had� just received from a Mew Ork Marufa Courtr some nine feet Long Are Beautiful Feather Beds an. Uil cloths Laid and carpets Cut and if std in the m St dec num Teai and i " of 14.lm

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