Newspaper of Evening Star, May 11, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 11, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. ?ATU&l AMD MY BSABI. Tl?? tend'rest flower bedrenched with ram. Hull Ufta its head and smil * again Wlifli morning light <fi*pel4 the cloud Which lately thunder-*) Cast and loud, . And thou, my heart, be as (he flower. ?? . ? ?* - The little ;trean, with crystal flow, By som?- rude ?{otbi, doth murky grow, And angry rash**, .lark and fast. Yet so<>n will clear *ad calm at last, And thou, my heart, learn from the stream. The mighty oak, at winter'.* Ma-t, Stripe off its leaves, ard limbs, fend Dinit. And stands a type of mute despair; But blaom* ogaia wjih vernal air, And thou, my bean. be as the oak. * ' - ? Old occurs tide, in tein^rst driveu, Laches the shore and cries to Heaven In fearful woe,in tury wide; But soon is still as lu-oJiBg tide. And thon. n:y heart, learn from the eta. The flower, the stream, the oak, the sea, AM have their times of (loom and glee, Tr? there there comes a? )a.?t relief, (Hit .loula ne'er tiod sure o?e ot grie'; Then thou, my heart, !earr. to submit. Ail nature has some fitting halci To heal, renew, refresh or calnv Bat Utereare hearts who* eeaselu^ woC Solace or ralm can never know ^ Then thon. :av heart, learn to eidurfc I "ast tip thy gaze from earthly things ? lMeai sorrow good ; to the*: it broig^ Promise ot Lite whei. nature dies, Ffcr Nature's voice forever cries, Oh. braised heart, trust God alone Elbctionrrrtxg.?The courts and hus tings of a frontier State usually furnish abundant material for story and fun. tfeidge' R.?? formerly of the Western cir cuit, Fa., canvassed that circuit in 1844, as a candidate for the Territorial Senate, and was cheered by the promise of a lit tle Frenchman, living in one of the coun ues of the Senatorial district, to do <:all 1m; could" for him. Not a solitary vote, however, was cast for the Ju !ge in that county, and he seized the first opportu nity thereafter to tax his backer with false promises. "Sar," said the French man, vtry much offended, "I tell you no lie; I travel over dis couutry three, four, five days, and I say to erery man, vill rou vote for my friend, ze Judge? and he say no, I vill bedurned if I do." 4iBut," said the Judge> *'you did not even vote for me yourself." ??No, Judge; when I come back, I shut myself up in my own rooin, knd J "lectionecr with myself two 4ay ?but 1 no get my own consent to vote for you." Xy^InJustry is essentially social. Ne uxaax can improve either himself or his neighbors without neighborly help, and to better the world is to set the world to work together. Every useful invention has been carried ont and perfected by the co-operation of many minds, or by the application of varied genius to the same object age after age. The mechanic must aid the philosopher, or he will work in vain. The astronomer needs the tele scope, and the chemist his material and apparatus. The sciences hang on tht arts, and the arts on the sciences. Bui Without tho philosophy from heaven, neither art nor science would look offth( earth, and industry would die a natural ieatU and live no more ; for religioc alone is the living spirit of human so ciety. Word Twisting?The oddest hus bandry we know is when a man in clovei ma cries a woman in weeds. Remorse is the tight boot that pinchei the sole. A great deal of heartburn is caused bj a man inviting you to dine with him, ant giving von a bad dinner. The bread of repentance we eat is ii many instances made of the wild oat! we sow in our youth.?Punch. > jCT" If a good act benefits no one else it benefits the doer. MOVEMENTS OF OOEAN STEAMLiiS Xamt. Lear* For Dav*. P.alrtc.. Liverpool. .New York..May !???*? Havre New York..May Africa Boston. Liverpool... May Anvrion Liverpool....Boeton .. .May 1 AiUnbv New York. .^Liverpool. .May 1 N.vth Srar Havre Jfew York..May I The California tttiiwri leave N<-?r York oi t j5th an:t SkOt-'i of each munui. AKKIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS Hrc??> iiotai?; r a ?. iiown. t A WoalruJT, O I) Erhart k lady, Ma* J L' Laml>, fnd H Hawiing a lady, Va A Kiicw.'es, NY A W Griswold, Pa S R BanJall, Pr. M DuVal, Md D fowier, MiS C B AJvord, Tex 11 B Soirh, NY J Johnson, Kan T L Urandm. do C Fuiail A Jefferson, O D B Strange. NC D (' Bruce, Md A Forrest, Mo Capt W B flack, do T Kiine, Ala K J ritewart, HI PC Roberts, Pa F Thompson, Ya C Aleiandcr, Va IT T VVil-ou Pa H Osboro, do fc" Mi^ilnn, Jr, do National Hotel- * v. willa?d J A Whipple, Mnss J T Harrison, Va J Ti Svbrandt, Li J G Barstow, do t' MaM'!in?r. SY H R S??t, Md .1 Itider, do Dr P Minis, do l* frisfaf, Grecc# F Pelletier, NY s B r^vi-, IM Pr B F l.awton, do II 3 V Ml. f*a K VV Usher. P:i j ti V??. NY A E Black la r, Md ) f" Ps>ber, do J B Ilargust, do J M-t>vkey. P* I) B MilN, do J Y !?avjs, NY Mr Marsba'l, DC J II llf?Ui--ter, III T U Drayton. NY It F II iltd Dr Crane, Md !? R Walker, Pi " J Miillikin, do W D lioww', Md Wlilarde' Hotel?n. a. a t. c. wiliuib i. J VV*11.iii. NY Wni Denni&Hm and Udy, L W M? r, USN Va \V Prince. NY Miss M Dennisson, do > bra*:' y, do J Oraaieeoa, do IV II (k>op?'r a lady, do C M> rre a lady, Pa > U?>et< a Vu J (j Merie, do P LeUnd a lady, NY * Mi^e Merre, do l!atlun),do Jno 6 Whituey a lad;, R P Wall, Md Mass I>r J Dare, do J Brown, AU Mr Pl*el)u a lady, do N C Carry, NU M so Pti? Ipe, .kj Mr Jokaaton a lady, Md Mis* Lodie,du >ltis Phillips, do J 11 iiMMd, do Kliknoad llo?a??j. u. a a. eibkwood. ? H David-on NC ti Dayfau^, NY Williams, Tcnn C E Bacon do n Nk'boUa, do C R Thompson, Mase VI.Wells, d? L J Soumock, Md T J Harding O E W Bellows, NY t J Jobni?.a, NY E J Arai^uong, Va C M siritb, DC K M Jordan, Jo Mr Suih, do Dr J M Winan a family, 3Jrs Stith, Cu Mm Mia. Sdib, do j \v Hickoi, NY T ?Hi?d States Hotsl-t. c. RiclliT. U Ril? y NY D A Hanover, DC J A Winston, do M U'imtiri, do 'J l? imvis, Va I Kobineon, Md 8 McDonald, d*> Wtnilon lloae*, AUiaeUrla, V*. a nkwtom, taoFRirroit. J A Washington, Va G Highland, Md J Y Dulaucy and servant, K Briscoe k lady, d? jt) Col E B Jacobs, Va N H. rkrtey, d? . IJ T Dutaney. do R W Csrtrr. do J J Wright, III S Paul, do J K Scruggs, Va J r Pwh-f, NY t A Oliver, Md J H Vawmnt, do A (*r?y? B, Va } A Noma, Pa Miet- Hose, do J tM-flamwn a ledjr. Va Mw>i Gra vson, do Mtsa Harrison, d<> C C Talialervo, do -tame Taylos, do J T Leaelunan, do I Hi vat, Md U arawner.MJ llr Merscr, do M Tucker, PC WKPa.ltfc, do C Hrurii, rla i: Snowden, jr, Va A CARD.?LOOK HERE ! ALL ye lovers of the food thin** of this life, and we will teUyeu whe:? you may obtain atleatt orne of thnu. . Thanklul for past favors,! would espectfully a continuance of the fflmn dnrng his Spring and fammrr. I am prepared to furnish ;J1 who will givfrtne a cat! with the sweet and cooi ng Beverages in my line at short notice. Such a* Icc Creams, Water let", of all flavor#, Sebar.ntte Uease; Blancmange, fce t'nkes of ail kinds. Also, foreign and domestic Fruits and Confectionery, gen erally kept iu well regulated etuhli?hinents of the. "^Particular attenuou will be paid to tunnelling Wedding or Bride's Cake*. Also, Parties, Bidla, Excursions, Pic Nlcs, fcc, kc., and upon rraeon ??.hie t?rms. Call at the old stand, MaM*eh?Hetts avenue, be 'ween 9th and 10th etrrrr*, Northern Liberties, may 7-co3in JOHN W KIGHTSTINE. SODA WATER. It HE undersigned living purchased 8wan'u Pat ent Apparatus for the preparation of SODA A'ATEB, Iron# Super-Carbona'e of Soda, respect fully inform.' tltc public that the fountain is now in full an f su-x-eseful operation. Tliis method of pre oaring eoda Water i* warmly recommended by ti?? Medical Faculties in the Northern and Western cities, not only as producing a pleasant, innocent, ind healthy beverage for all perarns, but ore highly lx*T5e#cial irt all disorders of the i?ti'm=ieh. Mi ups of | *ii fl ivors, including those of Brandy, Wine, and t;hHmp3gne, freshly manufactured, of the very best material?, on the premise*, always on hand C. UAUTIER, ap 30?eo3w No. 25'i Pa. avenue. THE SnrrTTAL FIHR IHSURAlfCI COMPA NY OF IHS 1I8TBICT OF COLUMBIA, CHARTERED by Congress, offers to the property owners of the District safer and cheaper means of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHAS. WILSON, Secretary. MAT HEW O. EMERY, Treasurer. MAKAUBR3. Ulysses Ward John Vau Riswiek Thomas Blagdcn P. W. Browning P. Howard, Mathew O. Emery. J. C. McKelden, Office, Columbia Place, corner Louisiana avenue and 7tli street. Office hour? from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. % fib 26?eott SILKS FROM AUCTION. WE open this morring a large lot of PRESS SILKS, purchased at the late sale of Hall & Broe., at one-half their value, and which we will sell at a small aJvance for cash, or to prompt cus tomer*. ALSO?-JUST OFEHED ' Rich flounced Barege I>re3?es 1 50 pieces rich printed B oeges 30 do pia<n. blue, pink, biown and tan colored Bareges 75 do Orgauay Muslin and French Launs 10?M) yards beautiful Launs at 12^c; worth 25 500 do $on i style Barege de Lains at 12}^e. 50 piece* all pure Irish Linen which we will sell by the piece at 31 and 37^c per yard 6 6>ien Geutlemen's French Shirt Bosom?-. Glove?, Cravat", Pocket HJks, kc., fcc. COLLEY a SEARS, No. 533 Seventh street, may 2?eo-2w 3 doors above Pa. avenue. FBK8H BEfcF ARD VKOETABLE3 FOB TH* NAVY NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE, Washington, April 28. 1855. SEALED PROPOSALS will tx- receivd at tliis oftice until Monday, the 21 ?t day of May, 1855, at noon, for ih" >npply of such quantities of Fresh Beef and Vegetables uj may l*e requir.d on the Washington -datum, during the fiscal year com Hienciejfon the Isi day ?>f Uity n-xt, and endiog on ihe 30lh June, 1H5G. The Beef and V. g tables rrust be of good quality and the best the market afford" ; and each article ni04 be offered for by the pouud Bond with approved security will be required in one half the estimated amount of the contract, and ten per centum in addition will he withheld from the amount of each payment to he made, as collate iid securiti for the due performance of the contract, | \vl*ich will on no account he pai.l until it i-s fully complied witii. Every iifl'? i made mu-t be accompanied (a? direct ed in the act:? ".Congiess making appropriation for the naval service for 1846 7, approved 10th Augui-t, 1*46) by a wriuen guaranty, signed by one or more reij>on-ibie persons, to the ell'ect tliat he or they un dertake that the bidder or bidders will, ifhia or their hid be accepted, enter into an nbligation, within five days, with good and sufficient sureties, to fur nisti tin: articles proposed. No hid will be considered unle? accompanied hy such guaranty. ALBERT GSEENLEAF, ap3U ? Iaw4w Navy Agerit. &o. *33. | Notict of Withdrawml of certain Lands in Wisconsin. f I VIjTHEKEAS, in pursuance of a joint repletion ij if ofCou^rc**, ent'tl^i "A resolution explana tory of an a. t y a^d August third, eight?on hun lred an J Cfly fcur," ?,pprovei March 3,1866, rri*t 11 in.; to the Fox ?nd Wisconsin river srrunt, the nf c I if which la to enlarge said irmt from thr*e to (!?? sec'!.Ans in wvlth, th? of the Uni?td StaU* Bis, by his ord*r bearing 'ate tee ntrih dsy of March ultimo, directed that cartain townrhips s^tuatM in thf PfATi of Tfisco.tsis, on each sida r?i th* Porte^e caaai acl th? J^r. river and tba lakes through which it puses, (including the labd? h?' e tofore withdrawn -ind withheld lor saidgTaut,) efc<*?l te vithdrawn fTom sale or entry for any purpose whatever until l'mlher orders. Norm is therefore hereby glren that itiil lends si: uaVil a? hereinafter described bare tbia day been ^ withdrawn from rale or entry accordingly^ wit: 9 In the district o' lands sutyert to sale at Mihabha 2 Nvrth of the bate line and 'art qf the fo trrth prir.ri ^ pal .Turidian. q Township 12, on the left ban* of the Wifconsin river, and towr.fthlpa IS and 14, cf range 9 Townships 12, lo and 14, of range 10 Tnwnsnip 14, of range 11 Townships 14,15, 16, 17. aul 18, of rrngs 12 Townships 16,10,17 atd 18, of range 13 Townships 17,18 acd 10, of rang* 14 Townsh:p.^ 17, 18, 19, aal 20, of range 16 Townships 16, let, 17, 18,19, 20 and 21, of rauge 10 Teim?oipfl 15, 16,17,18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, of ran*?* 17. Townships 15,16,17,19, 20, 21 aad 22 of range 18 Townships 16, 17. 18,19, 20, 21, 22; aol 2?, of range 19 Townships 21,22, 2S and 24, of range 20 Townships *2, 23 and 21, ran** 21 In the district of lands sul^ect to sale at Uinxkil Poiitt : North of the Late Hne and east cf the fourth prmsi pal meridian. Townshlpi) 12, 13 aDd 14, on the left bank of the Wisconsin river, of range 8 In the di5t:i;t of land) subject to eale at Stivers' Poiwt : North of the bate line and eaU of the fourth principal meridian. Townships 15 and 16, of range 8 Townsvip? 16 and 13, of range 9 Tawoshlpe 15 aid 16. of range 10 Towuahips 16,16 and 17. of range 11 Oireu und?r myhand, at the General Land Office, at the dty rf Whshiogtcn, fhi? third day cf April, Anne Domini one thousand eight hundred end fl ty live. By order of the President: JOHN WILSON, Commissioaer of Central Land Office, ap 6?2aw6w flfo. 634 ] Not it* of the establishment of an additional land district in the State of California WHKRKAJ under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved March 3, 1863. entit'ed. "An aot to provide tor the survey of the public laud in California," Ae., the President of the United states is authorised, at such time or times at ii Lis judgment the public interest may eo imperatively require, ? ? ? U divide the State of California into two or three separate laud dtetriets, two of which districts were eftablishsd un der said act by public notica, dated 21st March, 1863; and where** the purveys and sett'ements have extended in California so far that the conve nience of the wtrlfrs and the public interest require the establishment of the thre* districts authrrif* J by the act oft he 2d March, 1863, aforesaid? Now, therefore,be It known, that under, and fcy authority of the said a*t cf Congress of 3d March, 1853 the President ef the Uulted etatee hasdirert-d that the Btate of Calif rrnia shall be divided into three reparate land districts, the boundaries of ahicb are as fol'ows. vis : All that part of the State, c?mui*ncing on the Pa cific coast, lying north of the line between town ships seven and eight (1 and 8) north of Mount Di able baee line, thence running oast on seid line to the meridian, thence -oath on the meridian line to th? line dividing townships three and four (3 and 4) north of said base li e, thence east on said line be tween townships three and four to the eastern boundary of the State, will form the "Cpi'SB Bw ?mcr," the land office for which ha? been established ?t ManyniiU. All that part of the BUte lyin# south of the above deacribad limits and ucrth of the line dividing town| ships twenty and twenty one, south, (or filth stand ard south) will form the ^Middlb Distbjct," the of fice for which is at Remicia; and all that part of the State lying south of the fivth standard parallel the "Luwta District."a* herstoforp organize 1, the offioe e-r ?hi?h is ea ablbhed at Lo* Angela*; and in view cf the sei J direction of the President of tbe United St*tee, under the act of Congress atbre'aid, ihe fcouadaiiee sbdve mentioned rhall in futarebe es the limits of the uald laud dUtrict* re spectively. <2i*?u under my haud at the city rf Waehluglon, thi.' ninth day of April, A D. IBM. B> f eWi i.f the If ^Idenl. JOUN WILSOS, Coat at i?a?iter Ueueral Laud OtH-e ap Ul? lawUw FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable addition to my ?oek of eoL? nimM fatbrt lbvbbs, and la dim' vatciu Ol'first quality, hoavy 18 carat | case*. * Aim. 8ILVBR WATCHES for hoys. , I offer them at greatly reduced prices. The! movement* are selected with great care, and every Watch iff vsmanteL Persons in want of a ine timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. II- SBMKIN, No. no Pa. avenue, bctw. 9th and luth sts. mar 30 . ? . . . ? XTOTICB.-I received this day a new assort nient of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, df the latent styles. Also, a variety of other newi" Good*: as Ve*t Chains, Ch.'U lams. Bracelets, Pins Earrings, Mngt, etc. Great inducements offered to purchasers. H. 8EMKEN, No. 380 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th 3t% Op- Nexc Point* put to Gold Pens at short notlte. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 99?tf WASIKXGTOI STOVB MIRCFICT^BY, S. E. cornm of Pa. an. and Eleventh ttrett, Sole Agency for CHILSON, GOULD fc OO.'S Warming and Yentilating Apparatus, M POND fc CO.'S (of Boston) Union Donble-Oven Cooking Range, J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INViNCiBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATBOBE STOVES, for heating two stories; Parlor and Cham ber GRATES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Boom S t OVES; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WAKE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Japanned WARE in great varietv. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible rates, that will compare favorably with any Estab lishment south of New York. An examination of my stock is earnestly solicited iyi 13?3m J\8. SBJBVrfrG DENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention to hi* new. patent, and GREATLY IMPROVED method of setting ArtificialmH Teeth, Willi Continuous Gum?the vtty^axjjy PERFECTION OF THE ART. Thisstyle ofTeetb has the fnllowir,? advantages over all others, viz: GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS, COM FORT,and BEAUTY, vietng with Nature in these respects, and in some others excelling. Public in spection is respectfully 6olieiled. Please call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District of Columbia has a right to make this stylo of Teeth. N. B.?Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugged and warranted for life. Office and house at No. 908 E street, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street. *p24?tf For sale?a very fine saddle and Bwggy HORSE. The horse is young, gentle and sound, and of fine stock ; would TgVv make either a very fine carriage horse, nr a very pleasant riding norse. Also, for sale au excellent work horse, |>crfectly sound. Apply to No. 43 Dunbarton st, Georgct'n. mar 1?lawtf TO THE LADIES. MISS 8 J. THOMPSON |is now prepared to show our larg and well selected stock of Millinery which she has just opened, of the la j test styles which we are selling at the lowest prices, j and we cordially invite the ladies lo call early and have the first selections. We would also respectfully call their attention to | uur larye and hand handsome utoek of Faaey Goods Periumery. Glove*, Hosiery, k.c,. which we con sell it unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON St MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, First door west of Walter Harper 8t Co.'s. mar ?13 ? ?|MIE HEALING OF THE NATIONS. BY i I. CII AS. LINTON. With an Introduction and Appendix by N. P. Tallinadcc. Published by the I Society for the diffusion of Spiritual Knowledge, New York. 1 large octavo volume, pr ce $1.50. For sale at TAYLOR k MAURY'S Bookstore, OUl street. my 9 KIRS me IF YOU DARE !?A new Waltz, very suitable tor beginners, composed and dedicated to Miss , of Georgetown, by Prof. W. Iluntdr. Published and for sale at may 2? ML BUB k KITE'S Murfc Depot, Corner Pa. av. aWlltb it. REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.?A I strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces liim thus to certify. We challenge any other medicina to present each a mas* of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON CHITIS, RHEUM ATISM. DYSPEPSIA, frc. Baltimore, January 24th, 1855. ilefrrt. Mortimer $ Mowbray: I take pleasure in saying to you that I have used y.Kir - Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit. From a serious uroat affection, my general health bad become very much impaired, when I com menced to use "Hampton's Tincture." I found its effects upon my general health most salutary.? My nervous system and digestive organs soou right ed up under its u?c. I have several time*- recommended it to my friends, and in every case, as far as Thave been in formed, they have use it with succcss. Yours truly, John L. a rah a r, Pastor Of Exeter st., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OP THE LUNGS. Ramiob, N. C., Feb. ?, 1855. Hct-sri. Moriuum 4" Mavtbray: I do hereby certify that about twelve months ago 1 was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and had four attacks of it I was advised to try Dr. ilam^on's Vegetable Tincture 1 procured one boole, and after taking which, I Was satisfied that I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth b6ttie, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good Health as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, rccommend the Tincturu to allpersons afflicted in my way. Youre, Gbo. W. WiaKlcy. CURE FITS?READ ! if or* to the Sick than QolL?Prom one 0l the mOct Mspeotable Druggists in South Carolina. ChaRLB9tor, 8. C. Sept. 31,1863. Means. Mortimer fc Mowbray:?The sale ?f four Hampton's'Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommends this valua'de medicine to the afflicted. Several of our Banters have tried it in different cases with aston hing success, and are getting it by half dozens. It baa been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderfcl cure has been performed on a negro boy, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if you wish them. I am, gsntlemen. yours, W. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cures of Ciugb, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys oepsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a i female medicine oc fur delicate children we bslievs it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER fc MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Chas. Stott Si Co., J. B. Moorb, D. B. Clarkr, Clarke fc Bowlins, W. Elu?t. and II. McPhbr ?or, Washington; also, by R. S. F. Ci-sbl, George town; and C. C. Brrry, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. feb 21?tr am appeal to common sensx. let the sick bear tub truth. Cartaih Bbrjamir.?Wherever known his tesil mony will be conclusive. But leaf those who do DM know the Captain should be sceptical, Dr. L>aw? I son & Bro., with other* of the best known and most highly respectable citizens of Easton, endorse bis wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S VBGBTABLB TlNOTURB. Easton, Oct. 4,1854. f&emt. Mortimer \ blotter ay: Gentlemen? I feel it my outv to you and the pub ' lie to certify to the effects of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. I was for more than live years laboring under a disease of Chronic Rheumatism, and the I gn at part of that time I was so helpless that I had to l>e helped from my bed and dressed in my clothe* 1 became reduced to a mere skeleton. All the med icines I took done me no good, and I continued to grow worse. I heard of Hampton's Tincture urn thought I would give it a trial. At this time 1 did not expect to live one day after another. I l>d mx take it tthe Tincture) for the RheumatiMii, but in a xhori time 1 was well ?.f that disease. Fmm tht ? fleets of your 1 incture and the Jielp ol God 1 an uow getting in good h?*allh. I wish all the afflicted to try Hampton's VegetaLif Tincture, as I bavc d jne. with the same effect trial it has on Your obedient servant, Isaac Bbnjamim. We are acquaint**! with Isaac Benjamin; eolg him some ol Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and bo ne ve the above statement correct. Dawbor k Bro. From our knowledge ol Captain Benjamin we are confident that the above statement is true and un eiigeratod. J. A. Joumsbr, Cbarlbs Bubirson. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and tee cures oi Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys (tepiua, Nervousness and General Weakness. As a tmale medicine or fur <<?.ii^ay- child!cn wc InJicve it unequalled. Sold by MORTIMER h. MOWBRAY, 140 Balu >nors street, Baltimore: and 304 Broadway, N. York Cbab. Btott fc Co., J. B. Moorb, D. B. Clarkr ('(.arrr k Bowijro, W. Biliot,and H. McPubr son, Wusliington, al?.?. by R. 8. P. CiSBgu George ah J C. C. Bbbrv, Alexandria, and oy Drug fsu ?YsrywherB, Jan 8?u N' rn?.ne] ; ? Notice of Rrtoratum and WiiUkmmM V - Lands in Railroad Grants m the State of Arkansas. ?* * ? ones to hMkf gbw?*tihat, la umBik* _ with the mjMrt of the (mtaorof imMi. the Preaident, by hto order bearing tell ttoM ot April Instant, has directed tb%t th* lands irttua'ed in tbe townships hereinafter imam till, which were heretofore withdrawn from nuM mid re earrad from sals or ewtry, etorpt f ompfB pptfa?. u lying within th# probable limits of tlie grant fbr tbi Cairo aod Pul'oa Railroad Mad lu branches,

in tbe State of Artw, shall be raatored to mar ket, and that certain other laada situated in town? rhlp? named below, within the probable limit* of the' grant, aoeording to the routes m fixed by th* recent acta of the State Legislature, rhatl be aided to thorn heretofore reserred from dale or entry St* emptkm claim" excepted) until further ordsre: lerefbro. are the vacant lands sntj * t to sale at the sereral landcfltoee hemoafter mentioned which were sutject to prirate entry at the date of their withdrawal from market, and wbtch hare not been pre-empted, in the following townships, will again be imUaot to private en'ry on and after Monday, the 18th day of J one neat, to w^: In tho J strict of lanis suhH* to sale at Uwitxi: Worth <\f the bate line and eiat cf the fifth principal meridian. Township 1, at ranges 8, 4,5, and 0. Township 8, of ranges 8 and 4. Township 0, ot range 7. South of this bate lint and eatt of the fifth prtnat<U meridian. Townehipa 1,2,1, and 4 o: rang*e 1. 2,1, and 4. Townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 5. South of the \ast line and west of the fifth principal Townrh'pa 1, 2. 8, and 4, of ranje 1. Town: hips 2, and 3, of range 2. In the diftrict ot lands subject to salt at IvrrLt Rock : X?rth of the bate line and of the fifth primxpa' - meridian. x Townships 3, and 4, of range IT. South of the bate line and toett of the fifth principal w iifniH Townships 2, and 8, of ranges 3 and 4. Township 3, o* ranges 6 ccd 0. Township 3, of ruige 13. In tbe district of lands subject to sale at Ba"?T? TILLE ! North cf the bartUne and wet* of the fifth prinmpal meridian. Township 7, of rangse 1 and 2. Township 16, of range 4. Township 14 of range 5. In the district cf lands subject to sale at WA*mx? ton : South of the bate Une and west qf the fifth prtnewai meridian. Township 2, ot range 19. Township 3, of range 20. Township 6, ot range 21. Townships 6, and 0, of range 22. Township 6, of range 23 Townships 7,10, and 17, of range 24. Tewnshipa 8,17,18,19 and 90, of range 26. Tewn:hitw 18,18, and 20, ot range 26 Townships 19 and 20 of ra? ge 27. Township 20, of range 28. In the district of lands subject to sale at Cl&jlka viue: North oj the bat* l?n? and \oett of (As fifth principal _ meridian. To*ni-hips 1, 2, 8, and 10. of range 18. Townships 2, 8, and 10, of range 19. Townships 2 ard 3, cf rang# 20. Township 8, cf raa<e 21. Townships 3 and 4, of rangea 22 and -it. Townships 4 and 6, of r?a<? ? It, 2j, 20, and 27. TofDshjp? 4,5 acd 6, of range 28 Townships ft and 6, ef ranges 29 and SO. Township 5, ot ranges 31 and 32 ALSO, . ? 5V,'??Hl? Situated in the 8a*x 6tatx it the following named towmhips, in addlionto th< lands hereto?: re reserred and not aboye restored will be referred from tale cr enrrr (excepting foi pre emptlons) tor the purpose abort sperifisi uutij further orders. In the district of land* suly-ot to f*1 e at Bitxs villi: North of the bate line and eait of th: fifth j i *iij J meridian. Township 10, of range 1. North of the bate line and wgt of the fifth imindpa meridian. TowtahTp 8, cf range 12. In the district of lands suljttct to tale at Lir rti Roci: " Nor h of the bate lint anJ w^l ofthi fifth principal Meridian. Township 7, of range 1L Skuih of the bate line an* tcrgt cflh* fifU, principal mernium. Township 9, of range 16. Township 10, of rang* 17. la the district cf land subject to sale at Wash I!90T0lf: a?uth ?f the baa,- lint an>! we$t of the fifth prinn,<t meridian. Township 13, of range 21. Township 14, of ronge 22. Townships 13 and 14. of range 30. In the district of lands subject to sale a' Guam pauwoli: loidh of the bate line and meet of the fifth prima vx _ .. meridian. Township It, of ranges 18 and 19. Towasbip 12, cf range 20. Preemption claimants entitled to any of th. ?b ve mentioned lands to be restored to market or Monday, the ISth day of June next on wttlemant already made, or which may hereafter be made i U sugceHe 1 J'hould gire notioeoj tbeir claims, anc ,? *?.r^fi,irlh 1119 Und 'he del ??r t .? r^ratl?n of the lands, so aa t< protw t th-ir e<aims from prirate entry on and ?fi*i J V inlPr"rat mach difflmlty and delay and oJaimanto und<r the act of 27th March. 1864 J>rco?i ftn4 m*ke parment before ih< day ot restoration, or the same will be fo felted ^ J??nd, at tbe Oeneral I^cd Office attbe dty of Washington, this thirtieth day t v*. n "Q? th0UJi?D<1 *'jht hun-im Hy order of the Prendetrf: , , . JOHN WlLSOJf, may3-ltw6w Oca mincer. TxiASi'iY OcrARTJuxT, March 5,1855. N<2JgS}S H.?RE"V' GIVEN to the holderso fclock of the United titatrs described in the f?| I !2^D5rIM*t,C'J ,?f 3d JnnBary ,as^ that for the pur hili complet.na th.: purchase of the a.noun therein named, this dppartnent will continua u purchase, upon the terms of eaid notice, to tho e? tent ot the residne of the eum proposed not ret ob i*jrPtr**Lti'I3e'585 ^ "" -d ?S> a?e offl^ and receired here pnor t<i the first day of June next January 3 1855. Notice is hereby giren to the holders of the fol I ? 5* stocks of the UrUted Sutes, thai , this department Is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st ckty of March neit, portions (rf those stocks, amounting in the as gregate to $1^900,000, in the manner and on the tei mi hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within th? I oMh^e i^whi^efer5UCe be *ven in th? ordci I , which said stocks may be ofTered. Tlit I awgned 10 ^ United Butes bj tue parties who are to receive the amount trie rant must be transo itted to this department t unon the ^HPr^hfcre?f'aprice wUI of the foilowing particulars; tiiaw!16 ^ va,0?'w aaiOUlit specified in each cer ? premiumxui the stock of the loan authorized 7' i846' redecrnable November 12. 1?5? P?r cent.; on the stock of the loan SSFwk&m 801 ?*1M8' fPdeemable 31st Deccni . 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loam 7 1^7and 184^ redeem able. Hie lormer on tiii 31*4 December, 1867, and die latter on the 30 th June, LB68, of 16 per cent I of ,i,e [ona -^horixed by th^iij | 9T 1850, and redeemable on Uie 31st of December, pdrcent!UUn'm C Uie Tex4u indemnity,) d on.^ P?r of ??ch certificate from the st of January, 1855, io the date of receipt and set tlemeut at the Treaty, with the allowance ?fi? 1 fJBa" ,"*Cb ,h" "f<"?<'??'? mart,, New But to certificate wiM be entitled to the benefit nf Un* notice which shall not be actually received at Uie I ream try on ot before the said 1st day of March a , , JAME8 GlTTIlRlE, I - nuar^-^L,,lnel Secretary of the Trea?mry. canal packet like to poijtt boots TWII Canal Packet C O N o R E 8 8 havina b<u'a X thoroughly retired, and put in first rate aa Wl commence running on MONDAY -^mSL ^ 8utfi instant, lor the transportation of Tif. "n terms. ? 1 he Boat wiU leave the wharf of W. u Ritier n*r? SSv?PTery MO!Vr)AY,v\'Kim?i? l'AT, Rnd rRIHAY inomimra.at 7 o'clock An,i roint of Rocks for Georgetowa on Tl/EHnav THURSDAY,and HATlTgDAYfl atthe!^,.?^' stopping at the different landings klon* tSjini^i ssiss-ssiir to Great Palls 50 cents; Sei.ee??3 Perry f i.ys; Manocscy *1.50 73 CCnll, 5 Kdwardt? eriJe meT.^ r^,,,ar,> ?? ^ ?<*t at uwd JOHN cbombaugu, ,S3-1? MEMgr ? ? ? Captain. NEW SONG. Wtod'i.'iwt'tow *Ab8I_p,-OUA- w"'d* Am-.', >?; "d""" ??j., sxKsrr "?""?sr.tt DOCTOR C BLIB&AT1D #ttman Billets, DR. C. X. J1CXB01, Philnd'a., ftk, WILL imcmiir CVRB urn coiPLiiHT, DTSPmu, jauiwcs, Chronie fr Iftrvo** Debility, Dim?m of tiU Kidmewt, cmm! all ttssaese mrieing frmm a A* ? j? j rj _ ?* * Sueti m Constipation, Inward PiIm, Full new. or Blood tolh<i Heart.Acidlty of the Womaoh, Nao ?ea, Heartburn, DiHM for >?<?d, Fnlliieee or weight in the Stomach, tiour Eructations, Bulk lag or Flattering e? the Pit of ?!?? Mowach, 8wim niutf of the Head, Hum?d and difficult Breathing* n(Uterine at the lltart, Choking or Suffocating 8en?atione when in a lying Posture, Dimnew at Vision, Dots of Webe before the Sight, Fever and Hull Fain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skill and Eye*, Pain in the Side, Back. Chest, Limbs, M.C., dudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant imagin mm of Evil, and great depression of Spirits. TilC proprietor, in calling me attention of the nubile to this preparation, does to with a feel-1 "12 or the utmot coalMence in its virtues and adap tation to tin- diseases for wbidh It hi recommended. ft is no new and untried article, but one that nas rtoad the test of a ten years' trial Before the Amen crn people,and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extaat. The testimony in its favor given by the most prominent and ?elf Known Physician* and individuals, m all parts of | i iw country la immense. Ttie following from Nona Oan.iina is respet;tfhlly submitted, referring any who may still doubt, to my "Memorabilia,"or Prac tical Receipt Book, for FarctfVrs and Families, to be had gratis, of all the Agents tor the German BiUera. Principal Office and Mabufhctory, 190 Arcb st Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM WORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pme HiU, Rich mond Uovttfu, S. (X Piki II ill, March 4th. IBM. Da. C. M. JACxaonr Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worn f nn, for the last five years. Such was my condition for iwelve months that the physicians and all who saw ?nc said I mutt die. While In thl* eondftkwu I was carried to the watering places in Virginia, Tennes see and North Carolina, but wet uot benefited by any water to which I wa? taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfordton, a -anil I village in North Carolina, to try the effect of I some Chalybeate water in that place. About the !a*t of the week, I went iiuo a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myself. There were several of the village physicians m the store, and tone of them seemed to lake some interest in my case, and, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofljud'tf German Bit ters," prepared by yen, and he insisted that I would try the Bitt?ra lie also called the next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that i asked him ta get me one bottle. He did it, j and I commenced taking it as directod, and I do say [ was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me fbr a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic, ) and i save him nearly ah tin Bitters I had left, which '?ffccted much good in haw case. He has often ailed on meter more of the same k nd of medi cine, raying he wu? more benefitted by it than any other lie had taken, but 1 have not been able to get tny more for him or myself v. .'! # there .ore, please ship mc a dozen or more as soon a* pos -dWe. Respectfully y.nrs, W.SMITH. D. B. HOOKER. Borer's Store, Wake Go., N. C., ? Jctober 34.18&1, says: ??* Having experienced very treat benefit from the u?e of " lloofland's German Bitters,*' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its corcmintani evils, I am desirous of obtaining a Quantity of it for the benefit of my community. YM will, then-fore, [?lease send a lot. he. Sir. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Huntstillb, Yadkin Co , ?V C .Nov. lal,lt&3. Dr. C. M. Jnckson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a mtdicine which, to say the least of U, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have :akcn, have entirely failed to Un. "Hoofland's Ger ;nan Bitters" have etired me of the most stubborn and aggravated oast; of the rn.as that, perhaps evf*r lell la the lot of man. My case is uot a stranger in tois community, as I am well known in this and the :Urroiindinv counties, and con truly eav that my re covery ha.3 astonnded all my friends and relat'or.s. a? 1 had tried everything re?joramendrd, an 1 noth:nj did me any good until I was prevail? d upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to jocke any wee ot this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, j you may think proper. Truly youre, \VM. J. ATWOOD. L These bitters ar? entirely cegHahU, they invigoi ate and strengthen the system, never prnrtrate it, and can be rood for infants m well as adnlts. For sale by respectable dealer* everywhere, and uy Z. D. GiLMAN. Washington; J. L. KID WELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIfiuPONT. Alexandria. mar 1?lv CASTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Th? Grant Pwrtflar af th? Blood I Hot * Particle of Xorotuy In It in XniLLTBU Itaxxsr for Scrofula, King's Kvil, Kbeomatlsa, Obstinate Outaneocs Xropima, P'.ai^lM cr Pustules on the faoe, Blotches, Beit*, Okionia Sot? siyea, ?ing Worm or Tetter, IIea-1, Sclarcement and Pain of the Bones aut! Joints, Stubborn Ulcert, Byyhiiitic Dl?f>rders, Laaibago, Spinal Complaints, and all the dise*fi*e triflsj ftoc an !njndi3ioiM of Mercury, Im pruJ ?nee in 1<ifk, or Impmi'y of the Blood. rHIS valuabla Mediciso, which has beoome eelw orated for the cumL-er ef ?ztraord'icary cuies. effected through its agency, has indooed the prcpri ?tcra, at the urgent request of their Mends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the uimoet con ?.denoe in its virtues asd wonderful curative prop rrti a The lbUovring certlfioates, selected from a large number, are, how aver, stronger testimony hau the mere worU of the proprietors; and are all rom gentlemen-weil known ia th-ir ?cca'itles. and ?>f the higheet respectability, many of th-a residing ui the city of Richmood. Va. I. BOYbn-I, 2?i?cf the Exchange flotel, Rich mond, known evenwher? nays he hat see a the ModU ;<!lne -ailed Cartk*'s HPixiaa Mirrcai, admintetsred ia over a hundred ca*ea, in nearly all the diseases 'cr which it Is rmommeoded, #lth the most as ton nhlngiy goci res ults, lie eaye it is the most ?i i izaardisary medici'^e he iw< -ver seen. AGUE AND FEYMIt?GREAT CCR2.?I hereby :?ti?y that for three years 1 had Agus ?rad Fever if the 2 oft violaio d-scrlptfon. I bad eeveral Phy ridaos, took Urge quhntitiee of Quinine, Mercury, and I behave ail the Tonics adveitlaed, but ail with out permanent relief At laet I tried Carter*! Spanish Mixture, tco LoUiea of vhlch eCnotuail; cured me. and I am happy to aay I have had cciibm Willis or fevers binoe. I consider It the uost Tonic (n this world, and the only medl'ine that ever reached m* case. JOHN LONG DEN. Baavma Droh, near Richmond. Va. 0. B. LUCK, Bs<]., now in the eity of Richmond and for many years ia the Poet Oftce. hu nuch wnfidenoe in the astonishing efficacy l! Caxter*p Spanish Mixture, that he had bought upwards of bottles, Which he h--s given away to the afilioied.? Mr. Lack says he ban never known it to fell when taken aocordlng to directions. Dr. MINGS, a practising Physician, nd fecxerty af lbs City Hotel, in the dty of Richmond, says be has witnessed in a number of Instances the effects oi Qar'er'e Spanish Mixture, which wsae most truly surprising. He says In a case of Consumption, de pendent on the Liver, the good eSbets ?Jarful Indeed 8AMUML M. DRINKSB, oftheflrm of Drinker k Morris, Richmond, was cured cured of Liver CV.a K" it of three y ears standing, by the use of Iwc ea of Carter's Spanit-h Mixture. GRBAT OURS Of 8CB0FULA.?The Sditors of the Richmond Republican lud a servant employed in their press room, eurod of violent Scrofnla. com bioed with Rhamnartam, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect care of him, and tbe Sdi tore In a public notice, say they uohearfully rsoom mand it to all who are adUoted with any disease oi the blood." STILL ANOTnSR CURS OF SCROFULA.?I had a very valuable boy etired of SerofUla by Carter's Spanish Mixture- I consider It truly a valuable medicine. JAMKS M. TAYI/iR, Oonduotor on the S. V. and P. R. R. 0oM Richmond. Va SALT KILEUM OF i'WSNTY YSARS FTANDING CURXD Mr. JOIC? THOMPSON, residing in the city oi Richmond, wee cured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Bait tvheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the phyaidses of the attf eculd not cure. Mr. Thompaon is a well knoan Sestihant in the city of Rtehmondf and his Is meM SMJarksI'.t. W3L i.. KATTtJJfW2, of Bichmocd had a servant cured of ^ph^is, hi^iie worst form, by Carter's i Kf and eonsHerc It a very lie eeya he ebeerfully recom invalcable ineii SDW1N BURTON, commissioner oi the revenue, says he has seen the good effect* of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic caeea, and cays it is a perfect sure for that horrible disease. WM. fl- II Alt WOOD, sf Richmond, cured of old Bores end Ulcere, which disabled him frem walking, look a tow bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was eaaMed to walk without a crutch, in a short time permanently cured Principal Depot* at M. WARD, CLOSS A Ce? Na 88 Maiden L3L7?e*Y6rB. ~ ' T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. IW Ncrth Second at. k Li. -S .UkL. Philadelphia |N ?TT ttcmd, Va. ? llii.Nl A BK*ii?, No. Itt Main Mvt, Rk-fc And for sale by C&ARLBS 8T0TT, Waahinzion, 1>. 0; HSNEY PlSL, Alerandria, and by Dn??h? every^ bers. Price fl per bottle, or a% bottles for 4ft aep ii-.lv RrRMOIBS ly. Hhfion, 9^'^ COUNTESS Of HlJitt. fcynt-k ?. e. i. a^wq rnhOK TAYLdE. TRAVELERS' MKU TUFJ.. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHANGE OP HOUE*. AN and after Mowday, lite <3J uutttt. the trama U will Leave Washington at 6 and a. aw, mi 9 ??<1 <*p m On Sunday at f a m and 4U p m Lear* Baltimore at 4%' and ftjtf a m, aad 3 and ftfpm Ob Sunday a: 4* and?M pm ap83- tf T. H. PAH9Q|yB, Agent Jjt Mott Badall'a Ida*, .VEIP TORK.ALKXASnRlA. WJ^HItrGTOM CITY, AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. 'PHIS LINE OF TACkETH AAILfl WEEKLY X from pier 14 Eaat River, New Yark.aad *?Kcaer if n^eswary, and ara composed of tbe following Anal Class v,'frl?: New aehr. A. P. lMdl, Befell, mwMr, \nr aehr. Mott BtdeU, A. V. TredweE. Sctor. An* D., Wia. Otiw, msncr. . Voi<iM, L. A> master. Bohr. Commander in- Chuf, Wngfum, MflR. Bchr. Green trim, VVil?>n, master. Those veewia air all fast outers, aad tbe MM Bifn of experience m U?> trade, and Mtalj Papa iar liae of IVat-hiagtea packeta. JHOTT LEOELL, Wall street, K. T. P. S. MASTERS ft BOJf8, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS BILEY, feb 1?6m W uditiiftoa and D. C. 01ATOI AID IT.ITIIinilA BIMmP. On and after Tuesday, THl Oara leave Aleaaadrie daily villa aad intermediate a. m., on the arrival of ths firing ample time for breakfast on oeeting at Manaaaa* Janet!>n w.th a Torg, at Warren ton Jar rtton wftb a rrr.aoDL aad at Oordonertile with the Vfy.nia Central Railroad ft* iltehmoma rille, and Btannton. The oara ieava GoniewrvU)# dally for am! intermediate stations, at ^4 before II, a. i tbe arrival of tbe tral&a o! tbe Tit - - - - road from Richmond, Cbariottovf THROUGH TICKETS. From Alexandria to Wear en ton M M Gordonsvilie....... 41 . * Charlottesville ** Ptaentcn u n M ?> M ? ? ? M ? U H Strasbarg. Lj " _ t M burg. For Lyaehfcurg; eoanectingaiih the stages at Jharlottesrille, on Mondays, Wsd&sadays, and Fri X at Pte i BOEt Fcr ilidlleburg dally, connecting vHb the at #?? Plains. Per ?rier- W B. BBOCKBTT, nor T?drf TOR MOUNT VIRNON. Oa TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS ________ ja roand trip % 1; from Aki aulria 76 cants ?Tbe THOMAS 00Li.T KB leaves WaaLingten at S and Alexandria at 9% o'clock. (>>asb?e leave the Capitcl for the beat at 8Jf o'elk. Jcach fare '0 eenl". Persons wishing the Ocaehea will leave Ml Mb l*noe with Geo. A Tboe rarkar. Rsfr&ebmectr on the beat ectM-dtf 8A%PL QKDNBY, Ogt TUB SEW YORK * LITKBPOOL UNITS D 8 TA ThS MAIL STEAMIRS. THE SHIPS OOMIRISIEG THIS LIN1 THE? ATLANTIC, Capt. Wert i1 Al l FIC, Ccpt. Nye. bALTIu. Capt. Ofc&rWk, ADRIATIC, OapL Oraltoa. Tb-ee ahips have Wn bailt by ooutxaet, expreaa \j fjr GoTercmeat aerrice; erei7 care baa beat takej in their r r-trartion, as in the Kngteae to taaaza etmnrth and anfed. and th ir aeccmmoda* t'oue for ^asxngera are u&e^oalied for elegaawe and cctnfcrt. Price cf raaes^e fr^a; h'ev York ta Liverpool, ta flrit?Kn.~? ?)!> Eeaoad Oab<&>.? <*? <*?>.????? 74 FicIzbIt- n?e of ?? tea r!:a state roema 804 Trrm LiTerp?v '. tu New York ?80 and ?JP. An ?x;<erienc-1 eur*?-on attarbe^ to ^ip> No berth can Le &ec jrM antL' paid It*. For fraigbt or paeea?e erUr to SDWA&D S. COLLINS 4 00., M Wall atreet. N?e York. BttOWh', SEIi LET A 00, Uvrpo'L E. G. ROBERTS A 00 . 13 Blag's rr-e Yard, I^mdea. JOHN' MUNBOE Jt CO, SO Roe Notre i<ame dee Ti- U icee. f *r*p GEO ?. DBAPaB, Bat re. Tha oaners of rbo^e iLlf* aill aot be soeoontabla for <old, eileer. kull'cn, specie, ie^elry, precious stones or re*U?'?. unleae rails tf lading ar? atrnad therefor, an? tb* vaioo thereof therein erpra*rad. HA? Itl?4lw Private Medical Xr?at2es 91 TITB POYPIOLOGIOAL OF M> KBIACB, U. B. LA C1U>1X. M. D,? auuxt. y r 253 Pages an! 190 Pics Tlaln bed Oolor?u Litho graphs ard P'aie?. M3T Prlae only || Ceiata ^E ftv. el poetise to ell parts of tbe Unlov^t CIIBAPK9T COOK EVER PUBLT8IIEI*. ard coataMap x- atiy d tble tbe quatttj ot reading matter in that of the FIFTY CkNTS OR DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOLO GY OF MARRIAGE, and tbe ?ecrat iaArmitiaeaad dfcardar ot >oath and mabtartty, re cuiting froia exoeeaaa, whtcb deetroy the physical and maa ial power*, with ohearradcae an caniis", tt<i Uat*^ ani dieqaali&oatloBa, and tb?-ir rsaiej:**:; whh HtbogTiphs EtatCraMag the anatomy &nd pii.Tatology, and f .r^teec of ti c re icctire organs of both ae2e?, thatr atractara, ? as 1 lanctious. A ;o?ular and oomprebeaaae 1 ?br!a{V>n ted rer oval?Lmpcrtant bints to tbeae xntemplat^Hg matrimray, tiut will ovnaeae ob isotion? to u; no-:% b^w?>Tet. ahoald take this im portant s>p ar<bcat trrt consulting Its pages oemmeataries oc the ol?eafi?a and inadinal treatment o; fsxaKlcj from L Jancy to old a^e, each case graph Icaliy li!nttr^t*-i br beaotifnl lithographic plates aerroas debility, its c&usee aad eura. hy a piaeaas at ooor ae rtsfV, >tlh and eSectoaL that tall are Is impotable?rules for daily fflanagenianl aa assay on riporaatocrhesa with practkad observatlocs oa a tafrr, and mr>re auocewful mode of treatment?pre mnticpary hints cl the erlla raMilta:^ from amairi aad practice? -n easar on all diaeases arising nam Icdir-ratlcn, w^th plain and eimple rules by vhlab all p? if-;n; can cure thems^lres withont mercury? ran aiiaa for tnoae aalf iuflicted miseriee and Baa pointed bo pee so unfortunately praralaM la the roung. It u a trutbfal ad riser to the married and thoae ocntemplatlng marriage. Its perusal U par ticularly reormmand'd to parsons erlartalnlag aa cat doubts cf their rkrK-al rendition, and who ara eonadous of having hasarded the health, bappinaaa aid pririiMes tc which every toman being is aa. * ItUadto. Friwe ?i aeutj par aopy, or fire copies for oca dol lar. Mailed free of pcatags to any part of tie Uak ted States. N. B.?7T -.re who prefer may oonsaltOr La CMS ?pen any of t!v>diseases cpeu which Ma book traata either peraonaUy or by mail. Medietas ami to My part of tbe Union aoeordicp to direettoaa, saMj paeXei ana carefully aerrred tn.n all liissi latins Address Dr. Id. B LA CB01X,No 81 Maidea Laaa or Tost Oftee Rcz 576, Albany. N. Y. j$Zgr- OiTioe open dailr from v a m to f p a, and oa Sunday from 3 until 4 pm. 49PO?re Raaaowa4 from Bo.M EasiM SL, . to El BSaldam Laaa, Albany. N. Y. dec T.. 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