Newspaper of Evening Star, May 12, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 12, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. era ? ? ST MM. L. I. IIWOMiT. "/? m mart Umri to gi? thorn. to r?*t*?.? (?itc prayers j the ?*cninr hath begun ; Re earlier than the ruing sun; Remember those who feel the rod ; - Remember those who know not God. Hia band can boundless blewings give ; Breathe prayer*, through them the soul (hall live. Give alms; the needy "ink with pain ; The orphan* mourn, the crushed complain. Give ft eely; hoardtd gold is crust, A prey to robbers and to rust. Christ, through his poor, a claim doth make ; Give gladly, tar thy Savior's sake. Give books; they live vlien you are dead ; Light on the darkened mind th?y shed ; Good seed they ?w, from age to aje, Through all this mortal pil^image. Tlfty nurse the it-rias of boly trust; They wake untfirsd when you are dust. Give smiles, to cheer the little child, A "tranger on this thorny wild ; It bringeth love, lU guard to he? It, helpless, asktth love from thee. Howt'er by fortune's gifts un blest, Give simJas to childhood'a guileless breast. Give words, kind words, to those -?l>o err ; Remorse doth need a comforter. Though in temptation's wiles they fall, Condemn not?we are sinners all. With the sweet charity of speech, Give words that heal, and words that tench. Give thought, give energy to the.nes That perish not like folly's dreams. Hark from the 1 lands of the sea, The missionary crics to thee ; To aid him on a heathen soil, Give thought, give energy, give toil. Master and Scholar. ? A learned ped agogue, at Nantucket, who used every mo: ning to read passages in the Bible, and expound the same as he proceeded, in order that, by asking question* as to how much they remembered of his com ments, he might ascertain who were the bright boys of the school. On one oc casion he read fron the book of Job, thus: "There was a man in the land of Uz, and his name was Job, who feared God, and eschewed evil. Eschewed evil- that is. he eschewed evil as I do tobacco?he would have nothing to do with it." With this very clear and forcible elocu tion of the word ''eschew," he proceeded until a number of verses were read and commented on in a similar clear and in telligible manner. After a long interval, when the young mind had time to dicest its food, the pedagogue called upon one of the younger boys, and the following dialogue ensued. ?4 Who was the man who lived in Uz?" -Job." 4-Was he a good man?" "Yes." "What did he doi" " He cheired tobacco %cluu nobody cite icoiild k:ve anything to do mth it, was Bob Holmes answer. The boy was permitted to take bis seat. [?7*Thi8 fish story can be relied upon as true:?A perch in Tranquebar not only creeps on shore, but actually climbs up tall fan-palms, in pursuit of certain shell-fish, which form its favorite fcod. Covered with viscid slime, he glides smoothly over the rough bark; spines, which he may ?heath and unfold at will, serve him iike hands to hang by, and with the aid of side fins and a powerful tail he pushes himself upward, thus completing the strange picture of lish and shell-fish dwelling high on lofty trees. ITT* The little State of Delaware in im itation of its larger sisters of the Union, has passed a prohibitory liquor law. Af ter this, we presume the Brandyirin* will no longer be allowed to flow through that State! Z7*Judge Kent says, ' There are very lew evils to which a man is subjected that he might not avoid, if he would converse more with his wife, and follow her advice." MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Ye...*. Leavt For Daw. Baltic Liverpool....New York..May 5 Ifcueti Havre..... New York..May 9 Africa -....Bo.ton Liverpool... May 9 America Liverpool.... Boston .. .May 12 Atlantic ...New York...Liverpool. .May 15 Worth Star? ..Havre _..New York..May 19 3(7-The California steamers liave New York on the 5u and 20th el each moat!;. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Sntleatl Xiotei?? p. wills*d C H Carter, Md TM Sanders, NY J D Waaver, Wu ft Anibler, d? J Mrbowtl!, Mo Mr Sampson, do E S 11 aw ley, NY Mrs Sampson, do Maj u L Howard, do Mi-s A fcorth, do Hon 11 N Soper, do R Aefctey, Pa T V Lyne, Va T B Walton. Mei ' A Oliver, M l Maj Wnruelin, Eng J H Van Sandt, do Mrs Weguelin, do T J F:sher, do Hon W A Barotow, Wis G II Mathews, Va G B *mith, do Mm Mathews, do C James, do Mrs A Rook and fbmily, E B Prettyman, do Md GW Tubman, do .Mrs Briiff IS row as' Hotel?t p. a v. saows. A W North, Pa G Siothour, Md < W Mitchell, do J \\ Thomas, do J Bennett. Mo Mi-.a Allen, Ky W li lle.-bid a - ladicr, Ma?t A Hen, do d" a Neale, Md R M Trevillieu, La J Mile* B C F? r|woa, o Mim L Jones P H Mathews, Va Mi* A Jones J S B*i.k?, Mi MR Ford, NY J it Ponns. Pa W H Crane fc lady, Tcnn j* F ? "ary h. lady, O E Loogueman . Md J Millikin, jr, Pa W illarda' Hctsl?n. a. a j. c. willabd J A Norm, Ta <;apt Breese, UBN J L Johnson a daughter, J S Rudd, Va ?!?> T N Palls, Md J VV Thotupjon a lady, T Barks a lady, NY NY Miss E Marks, do fi li Lluui a family T VV 8ang-r, do J Tally, e GO King, RI JTa'ly, La E Fithant, Pa 9 Porter a lady, Ky H Lamb J H Foy, NC Mrs Marian Md T Harrington, NY Ulrkwood floasc?j. ?. a a. kiskwo-id. Mrs f argam, Fla J M Blandish. Va Mast BartaM, do DB Pleasant*, do Mr Hasant, do Dr W C Wilrar, do L Erhard Pans C Robinson, do 2 5 W T W'ckham, do * Myers, do A McCn?*sla?.j, P. . c Rseder, jr, Md' MrLycis,Fla B Clark, do i nltsd states Hotel?i. c. Htrimt. G V* w Md Mast ML NJ T Masoa, NC J Biglo, BTY fl B Reeves, NY B Raw bone, Teno J T Brown, Pa J L Hutsl**rott, Ky Mi-- N Brown, do J M Jshnson. do r?>t(l0B Iloassi Altissdrla, Vs. ? HSWToa, raorairroa. O R Brown, Cal E Adams, Ma p W Engs k ladyt NY Jlaj McKeaatry, U8A H a?a,4e "* II W Clemsnu, Cal L Hunt, Mi J K TrimWe, Md W A Taylor, Vs J M Baling, Va O F Breese, do LB Randolph, do Col Taiiafero a daugh J K Clunker, do trr,4* J J* li, do Mr- F Morris do TV Lt ae, do B T Dalany, do J Campet, ds A Mehler, do C <'?rvr, do H VVrade.do T G Wall. NC v K liruee, M?1 J \ I'enuybackai, ' It t 'ouipton, d<- U M W? <nJ h lady, Va l? Penny backer, Va O C Roberta, NY s Kixsy, )r, d<> C Howard, Va li H Corrad, do C??l F B Jon**s, d< M ss Conrad, tlv MORE AUCTION BARGAINS. JU5EW^L.- "ALI/* ?nml ?1??apCMh Wdre. the following nuction bargains, which can be aold at about one half the cost af iinpona t'')Q a ? Ladief' fine How, emb'd with silk, 18 ets, worth 37 c<*nts Ladies and Gentlemen *itilk G'ovrs, 13 ct*., worth 37 cent.* Ladies', Gentlemen'* and Misses' cctton Gloves, only4 cents Cotton Hose and Half Hose flc Swim Inhering 4c Pnc Iriah Linen iJ5c Haadkcrchiefo 1c 30 yds. Calico fbr jJI Pine De Bages, 12c worth 85 6,000yd* fine Calico, w arranted fast colors, at 6i, worth 12c per yard Yard wide Cotton 5c Yard wide Lawns only 6c, worth 12c Fine French Lawns, warranted fast colors, 12c, worth 25c 12 d*xen mure of those fine Linen Shirt Bosoms at 25c worth 50c Fine linrn Shirt C<Jlars 10c UMerbhirts only 25c, worth 60c L'nen Towels fcc Bleached Sheeting only 10c, worth lajfc Sp.*>l Cotton 12c per do* L idies' French Corset* 1 37 A complete assortment of Flouiuings, Swi&j and C.irtibric Edgings and Collars, extra cheap Very good Chemiceits 18c Undcrsleeves only 6c Ladies fine Grass SkirU very cheap Banii' ts, Hat*, Flats and Parasols at extremely low prices Boots and Shoes?In th-s line I have grc.t bar gains to off r Ladies' Half Gaiters only 75 eta Very fine black Gaiters only $1, worth $1 50 Ladies' Slippers 37c Children's Shoes 25c Miase*' Gaiters 62c Gents' Slippers, 50c Genu' Congress Gaiters ?1 87, worth .>3 Gent* and Boys' Lastine Shoes, O-iforri Ties and Fancy Shoes in great variety. I wou.d invite the whole purchasing community to call and take a look through my stock before making their purchase!:, as I feel confident they will be suited both in goods and prices, and save at least ten per cent. B. B. HALL, No. 373 North Seventh street, fourth hoii^ above I st. All goods advertised will be found in store, may 5?eo6t gCOTCH AL15, LONDON BRO. STOUT, The subscriber offers for sale ? 1000 casks Scotch Ale, Minns, Tenoanis, Falkirk's and Yunger'u 500 Jo London Brown Stout, Barclay, Perkins 8i Co>s, Hibbitt's and Byas-' 1000 boxes Champagne Cider ALSO? Now !and;iig Ex. Schooner Jose and Maria, from Oporto, Queen's Port and London Por. barrels nun juice. Dry and old fashioned Port Wines imported in oasis of 10 gallons under bond to be sold from the custom hou'r stores For sale by WM. E. ALLEN, 3* Burling Hiiu, New York, N. Y. say 3?lar.4*r (Organ) WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT. Orric* Washington Aq eocct, | VVa'lnngton, March 7, 1855. j PROPOSALS are invited for graduation. sion> and brick iwuonry, dams, tunnels, and other works of the Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received np to the 8th of May will b opened at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will b* ready tor examination on and after the t-Oth dav of April next. Proposals will be received for tin: work of partiru* iar culver'3, bridges, &c., as described ui the i.lant and specifications. Portions only of *oDie of fhs works can be com jUeted under the preaent appropriation, but all th? contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fil ial appropriation! by Congress. The Engineer re vives the right to prescribe the amount of work to b<_ don? and rate of progre-s under such contract for each appropriation, and. in ca^e of the appro ??tiatiou not holding out snffico ntly, to decidc when an J what works sh.dl be stopped until fund j beeowi' available. In case of the entire stoppage of any particular work for want of funds, the reserved ten per ci:nt. w.'il be paid, if, in the J'id*toentoi the Engineer, tfce work has bcon properly executed so far as it lias gone. Payments will be niide in spc< ie checks upon ths Uuted Stat? 1 reasury. npon ,he monthly estimate. nt tlie Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; ar.d it will be a c mdiiion oral! contracts that the workmen shall fu" W:,F'* ?nd in specie. AilI oi'i* sh uUl be ~ea!e4.a.i.J endorsed Propo y " w"'r'c on Washington Aqueduct." roe United States reserves the right to reject any or all the bids should they not b? deemed advan tageous, and to make such atrangementa a? may be considered most conducive to the progress of the Every offer Jiiu.-t be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible rw r & to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accented enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, tor the completion efthe work undertaker,; said guarantee to be accompanied by the ceruficate of the United States district jud?/. Lnited States district attorney, navy agent, or some of&cer of the General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, that ~??mr3"l''re are able to make go?id their guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidders if at v of them choose to be present. Form of &uara?*m. To Capt. M. C Meigs, U. S. En??e?r- : a,,, Unde?r"*1, residents oi , i,: ,he u? fon-going bid k, ta" i S"' WlUu" ten ^ s aner ** acceptance of ?:ud bid, execute a contract for the same, with good fiPrn.!h r.ri,'nLTet,e!'' to ^rfonn *'? work or urn.Hh the articles proposed, in conformity to the t. rnw of the advertisement under which it was made; and, in case the said -h'.uld fail to enter into contract a* aforesaid, we guaranty to make g?rjd the difference between the offer by th?* 8U1? aa?l 'Jie next lowest bidder. A. B. certify that, to Uie best of my knowlSig, ab0" M. C. MEIGS, mar ofEn*a^ Ch"C-. SPARKLING SUGAR. For preparing a moat delicioai Summer Bev ?rage, potMMiog the propertiea of, and equal to the beat Soda Water. GAUTlEH ha* tlie pleasure of announcing to J% his uuncnjb p itrons and the public that, af ter many expertmenu, and at considerable expense, [.viif,?UCCLC. uin Pro;ucin<? an arUcle which he r^Lm nfs ^la^U<?ilf' r tht in8t ntaceous prepa ^U ater> e1?^l in all respects to that d.licious beverage now daily sold by him, manufac lim ' Wa/' doda Fountain Appa .5 igh,y ClXn?en<Jed by ,he Mecical H,1? t,hto Northern and Western ciues, and wiweh u fast superceding all others. The >parlt!ing Sus^r is not only innocent in itself, but in many in be**aci?? dyspeptics and oth f 11 bein* a combination, in a ?f art,clea in dai|y in every . u 1,15 PrcPanil't? rt?Hla Water can be f ,n par,or or al u,e dinner table, instantaneously, without the least incanvenienr*! TO travelers and persoas residing in the country Sugar will be invaluable, as the means of producing at an inconsiderable expense a -no*t pleasant, as well as healthful tummer bever of'srs ^-uTi,{nderl*k'ng 8 Journt>r' e,th, r bv !ani' 1 W i?oul '?? M il iH up in a portr miL n' rr* afl?scted bJ vicisgitude of cli Hr^rkl.nl'^ a" proprietors will find the ? parkling Sugar preferable to, and cheaper than the hlir^i ^U!er "OW so,d ?n bolu*8 11 is ?P in half pound g.ass jar-, and flavored with lemon, em *eT, sarwparilla, vanilla, he., to suit the fancy or taste of the purchaser. ' * C. GAUTIER will not res?irt to the usual method o? puffing hi. di.-covery. It requires no such adven titious aid. It carries with it its own reoommen-la tion, aad .has only to be known to be properly ao preciated. Families having once given it a trial will never be without the Sparkling Su-ar. A " u for "a,e 0ll,y at h's establishment, |So. S94 Pa. avenue, where the citizens of Wash ington and Georgetown, and visiters to the Metrop olis generally, are invited to call ami judge tor themselves by giving it a trial. may 1?eoOt CARRIAGES?CARRIAGE8. | HAVE now on hand, and constantly finishing, a I. very large a??ortmeut of Pleasure andr^flBJ^ Family CARRIAGES, of the latest ions, which I will sell a* low as the same%i!liIV work can be sold in any of the principal markets of the United States. The subscriber is now dealing exclusively m Car nages oi fus own manufacture, and all work *old by nim will be warranted, and compare favorably with any work in this market. As 1 always keep a large assortuient, I invite purchasers tind others to ex amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere Carnages built to order Old Carriages taken in exchange, or tepaircd at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, Sign of the Golden Horse, ma j_ Pa. avenue and 4# street. C SUPERIOR MATTINGS. JUST received uud on sale, 100 rolls 4-4, 4 4, and extra quality (iowqua, Polking, Ileryune. and Cho?r>lung MATTINGS, in white, red, checked, and fancy patterns and colors. Thsse goods ars warranted good. Home are ex tra heavy, and, with our former supply, make un the be?t stork of Mattings in lown, ail of which will be ?old oil the mo*t reasonable terms ap 90 - eoftw GLAGETT, DODSON <t Co FINK WATCHES HAVING made a considerable addition to my ?tock of ?old imiM f atrnt levers, and ladies' watches Of irst ?uaHty, heavy 18 carat( tl" AIpo, SILVER WATCHES for boys. . I oner them at grently reduced prices. The movements are selected with great care, and every Watch If warrantttk Persons m want of a tine timekeeper are invited to examine my assortment. H SEMKEN. No. S10 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th and lOcti sts, mar 30 NOTICJE.?I received this day a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: as Vest Chains, Clntelains, Bracelets, Pins Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducement offered to purchaser*. H SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th st*. Ifeic Pointi put to Gold Pens at short uo!ice, Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to order, mar 29?tf |mb ism WASniSGTOS STOTB MUDPACT3RV, S. E. corner qf Pa. av. and Eleventh ttreet, Sole Agency for CHILSON, GOULD k OO.'S Warming and Ventilating Apparatus, M. POND k CO.'S (ol Boston) Union Double-Oven Cooking Range, J L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE. Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating two stories; Parlor and Cham ber GR A I ES, Enamel ed and Japanned Cooking, Hall, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S I OVES; Plain, Tinned and Enamelled Iron HOLLOW WARE; BloekTin, Planished and Ja,?nned WARE in great variety. 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, ap i:l?3m d^S. SK1RVLSG DENTISTRY. Dll. MUNSON respectfully calls public attention to his new. patent, and GREATLY , IMPROVED method of setting Artificial^, Terth, wilh Continuous Gum-the very PERFECHON OF THE ART. Thiastyle ofTeeth has the following advantages over all others, viz : GREAT STRENGTH, CLEANLINESS. COM FORT, and BE^TY.vieing with Nature in these rc3pecls, and in some others excelling. Public in spection i? respectfully solicited. Pluase call and see specimens. CAUTION.?No other Dentist in the District of Columbia has a right to make this style of Teeth. N. B Teeth constitutionally healthy, plugied and warranted for life. Office and house at No. 308 E street, near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street. ap 24?tf TO THE LADIES. MISS S J. THOMPSON li.- ri'.w prepared to show our lar. and well selected stock ?f Millinery! 'which she has just opened, of the la test styles which we are selling at the lowest prices, -,nu we cordially invite the ladies to call early and have the first selections. We would also respectfully call their attention to our large and hand handsome stock of Fancy Goods Perfumery. Gloves, Hosiery, kc,. which we can sell ?it unusually low prices. HUTCHINSON k MUNRO, No. 310 Pennsylvania avenue, 1'ir.it tloor west of Wa!t .r Harper k Co.'a. mar 28 ? PAINT AND OIL STORE. M. T PAI'KEH, HOUSE, SIGN & ORNAMENTAL FA1NIEB. LOUISIANA avenue, between Sixth and Sev enth streets, No. ?0. Residence No. 390 C street, between -'ixth and Seventh has addrd to hid ptusi-nt business the sale of PAINTS, OILS, GLASS and PUTTY, in small or large quantities. The Hti iiu-Hi ot* housekeepers is particularly called to the convenience of this arraneement as they can at all times procure HEARTH and other MIXED PAINTS, of all colors, made ready for use by a PRACTICAL PAINTER. Orders promptly attended to and respectfully eo licited. CHEAP FOR CASH. may2? lm REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR .OF THE EXETER STREET, M E. CHURCH.?A ?;-roiig desire to benefit the afflicted induces him thus to cerify. We chal euge any other medicino to present such a m.a*s of testimony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own well-known citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON CHITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA. kc. Baltimore, January 24th, 185?. Mean. Moriitner Sf Mowbray: I take pleasure in saying to you that I have used ?,ur '-Hampton's Tincture-' with very great profit, from a serious tiroat affection, my general health ?ad become very much impaired, when I com ocnceu to use Hampton's Tincture." 1 found its cf!>cts upon my general health most salutary.? My uervotts system and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it to my friends, and in every cast:, as far as 1 have been in formed, they have use it with success. Your? truly, John Lanahan, Pastor Of Exeter st., M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING oFtHE LUNGS. Rai.eioh, N. C., Feb. 8, 1855. Heart. Mortimer 4' Mowbray: I do hereay certify that about twelve months ago ! wa taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs , diid had four attacks of it I was advised to try Dr. Hampton'8 Vegetable TiBcture 1 procured one boit'e, and after taking which, 1 was satisfied that I was much better; and that, afier taking the fourth bottle, 1 was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good ti?8ltli as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to all_personi afflicted in my way. Yours, Geo. W. Weaklet. CURE FITS?READ! Mome to the Hick than Gold.?From one ol the most respectable Druggist* in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 21,1853. Messrs. Mortimer k Mowbrat:?The sale ?f Four Hampton's Vejretabld Tincture is increasing eyery day, and evvry bottle sold recommends this foluaMe me?licinc to the afflicted. Several of our planters have tried it in different cases wilh aston ishing succcss, and are getting it by half dozens. It has been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure has been performed on a negro bov, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if you wish them. I arn, gentlemca. yours, W. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cures of C'>U?b, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys pepsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As n Hnale medicine or for delicate children wc believe it unequalled. gold by MORTIMER & MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadway, N. York Cbas. Stott k Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke, Clarke k Bowum, W. Elliot, and U. M< Puer son, Washington ; also, by R. 8. F. Ci>sel, George town ; and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. feb 21?tr AN APPEAL TO COMMON SENSE. LET THE SICK HEaR THE TRUTH. Captain Benjamin.?Wherever known his test! mony will be conclusive. But lent those who do not know the Captain should he sceptical, Dr. Daw. ] eon k Bro., with others of the best known aud most highly respectable citizens of Easton, endorse his wonderful cure by HAMPTON'S V8S3TABL1 TINOTURK. Easton, Oct. 4,1854. hle-.rs. Mortimer 4' Mov. bray : Gentlemen?I leel it my duty to you ?nd the pub . iic to certify to the effects of Hampton's Vegetable | Tincture. I was for more than five years laboring under a disease of Chronic Rheumatism, and the great part of that lime I was so helpless that I had to be helped from iny bed and dressed in my clothes 1 became reduced to a mere skeleton. All thu med iunes I took doue me bo rood, and I continued to | grow worse. I heard or Hampton's Tincture and thought I would give it a trial. At this time 1 did not expect to live one day after another. I i>d not take it (the Tincture) for the Rheumatism, Init ill a -Ii'ni time I was well nf that disease. From tin: effects of your Tincture and the he'p of Cod 1 am now getting in good health. I wish all the afflicted to try Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, us I have d >ne, with the same effect tti^t it has on Your obedient servant, Isaac Bexjamin. We are acquainted wilh l.;aac Benjamin, eoid him someol Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and be lieve the above statement correct. Dawson k Bro. Frolh our knowledge of Captain Benjamin we are confident that the above statement is true and un eiagerated. J- A. Johns?*, Charles Robinson. Call and get pamphlets p-*tt?, and see cures ot Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neurhifia, Dys pepsia, Nervou<ne?? and General Weakness. As a 5 male medicine or for delicate ctuldiwu we bdutvc it unequalled. ' Sold by MOR14MER k MOWBRAY, 140 BdU more street, Baltimore; and 304 Broadwnv, N. York Cras. Stott fc Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke Clarke k Bowuns, W. Elliot, and II. McPmbr son, Washington; also, bv R. 8. ?. Cissel, George ttwii. and C. C. Bbrrv, Alexandria, and by Drug ev?MVwlw*e- Jan 8?tr KI38 ME IF YOU DARE !?A n?w Waltz, very tumble tor berinnem, composed and dedi??teil Mi , of Georgetown, by Prof. W. Hunter. Published and for sale at RILBU8 k HIT^'B Music Depot, uuy 3? Comer Pi. av. tadlltb st. f Wo. we ] Notice of Restoration and Withdrawal of Lands in Railroad Grants in the 8tat? of Arkansas. None* l? hereby given, that, in coafliase* ' with the request of the governor of ArkadM*. tbe President, by hi* order bearing date tbe 5th of April instant, baa directed that the lute in tbe toanshipi hereinafter rnumerated, which were heretofore withdrawn from market and r*> served from sale or entry,exc-ptf.om pr*-*nptions, es lying within the probable limits of the grant ftr tbe C*iro a :d Fulton Railroad and it* branches, fo tie State of Arkansas, shaTl be restored to mar ket, and that cm-tain other lands situated In town ships named below, within the probable limits of the grant, aorrding to the routes as fixed by the recent acts of the State Legislature, shall be aided to those heretofore reserved from sale or entry

(me emption claims ex*pted) until furthsr orl?rs: Therefore, are the recant linds subj vt to tale at the several land ffflces hereinafter meptioned wh'cb were sul jeet to private entry at the date of tWr withdrawal from market, and which have not been pre-empted, In the following townships, will again be subject to private en'ry on and alter Monday, the 18th day of Jane next, to w.t: In tho d strict of lanif subject to sale at Hkena: North q/ ths bate hne and rti( of the fifth principal meridian. Township 1, of raagee 8,4, 6, and 6. Township 8, of ranges 8 and 4. Township 0, of ranpe?. South of the bate line and east if ths fifth principal meridian. Townships 1,2, S, and 4 or ranges 1, 2, 8, and 4 Townships 1, 2, and 3, of range 5. Fou'h of the 'late line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Town?h:p? 1, 9. 3, and 4, of range 1. Towmhfps 2, and 8, of range 2. Ie the district ot lands subject to sale at Limi EocK: North of the bate line and west of the fifth princtpa" meridian. Townships 3, and 4, of range 17. foiU* of the bate line and wett of the fifth principal meridian. Town?h!ps 2, and 3, of ranges 8 and 4. Township 3, of ranges 5 and 6. Township 5, of range 13. Ia tfce district of lands subject to sale at Baib! viue: North cf the base line ond wet', of the fifth principal meridian. Township 7, of range* 1 and 2. Township 16, of range 4. Township 14 of range 5. In the district of laud* subject to sale at Wasbwo. ton: fr'Uth of the base line and vest of the fifth principal meridian. ? Township 2,oI range 19. Township 3, of range 20. Township 6, ot range 21. Townships 6, and 0, of range 22. Township 6, of range 23 Townsh'p*7,16, and 17, of range 24, Tewnehips 8, 17, 18,19, and 90, of range 2c. Tew uf hips 18,19, end 20, of range 26. Townships 1G and 20 of rat ge 27. Township 20, of range 28. In the district of lands subject to sale atCi.AEKs VIL'.E :" North of the bate Um and vtett of the fifth principal meridian. Townships 1.2,8, and 10. of range 13. Townships 2, 3, and 10, of range 19. Townships 2 and 3, cf ras*e 20. Township 3, of ran ;e 21. Townships 3 and 4, of ranges 22 and 53. Townships 4 and 6,of raa;-j * 24, 26, 26, and 27. Townships 4,5 and 6, of range 28 Townships 5 and 6, of ranges 29 and ?0. Township 5; of ranges 31 and 32. ALSO, That all the lands situated in the samb State in the following named townt-hips, in addiion to the lands h-r^tofore reserved and not above restored, will be reserved from sale cr entrv (excepting for pre emptions) for the purpose above fpeoified until further orders. In the district cf lands subject to fale at Patis I villi: i North cf the bate line and cut of the fifth principm meridian. Towrship 10, of rang* 1. North of the bate line and wtt of the fifth principal meridian. ! Township 8, of range 12. In the district of lands subject to sale at Littlx F.ock : i Nor'h of the bate line and west of the fifth principal in vidian. Township 7, of range 11. Sct'th of the base line and test of the fifth principal % meridian. Township 9. of range " 0. Township 10, of range 17. In the district of Hnd subject to sale at Wisi; maioa: Sovlhofthe base Hne and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townshin 13, cf range 21. Township 14, of range Townships 13 and 14, of range 30. In the district of Unds subject to sa'.o a: Ciuk F.VJX0L2: South of the base line and yarst of the fifth pnnoij>al meridian. Tcwrchip 11, of ranges 18 and 19. Township 12, cf racge 20. 1 Pre emption claimant.-, entitled to any of the alv.ve mentioned lands to be restored to market on Monday, tha 18th day of June next on settlement already niv.de, or which may hereafter be made, it is saggd -te 1 shou'd give notice of their claims, and file tbe prcofs with the land officers before 'he day app int-*l fo: the restoration of the lands, so a; to protect their claims from private entry on anl aft;r that dfcv, and prevent much difficulty and delay; and claimants urd?r the act of 27th March, 1854, must file their proof* and make payment before the day of restoration, cr the same will be fo feited Given under my hand, at the General Land Office, a? tbo city of Washington, this thirtieth day cf Auril, Anno Demlni one thousand eljht hundred and fifty-five. Ly order cf the President: JOHN WILSON, miy 3?lawCw CommLdoner. / Tbbasury Dbfabtmbst, March 5, 1855. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the boldersof Xv stock of the United States described in the fol lowing notice of 3d January last, that for the pur pose of completing the purchase of the amount therein named, this department will continue to purchase, upon the term* of said notice, to the ex tent of the residue of thf sum proposed not yel ob tained? say $1,158,585 05, if said stocks are offered and received here prior to the first day of June next: Trbascbt DBFAKTMKirr, January 3, 1855. Notice is hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing described stocks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of Mar>*h next, portions of those stocks, amounting in the ng gregate to $1,900,000, in the manner and on the let ms hereinafter mentioned, to writ: In case of any contingent competition, writhin the amount stated, preference will be given in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States by the patties who are to receive the amount thereof, must be transmitted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. Tbe par value, cr amount specified in each cer tificate. 2. A premium on the stock of the loan authorized by the act of July, 1846, redeemable November 12, 1856, of Q* per cent.; un the stock of the loan au thorixed by the act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decem ber. 1602, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authorised by the acts of 1847 and 1848, a-id redeem able, the former on th^ 31st December, 1867, and the lau?!?on the20th June, 1868, of 16 per cent;; and on tbe stock of the loan authorized by the act ot 1850, and redeemable on the 31st of December, 1864, (commonly called the Texan indemnity,) 6 per cent. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the 1st of January, 1855, to the date of receipt and set tlement at tiie Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to ruaeh the owner) of one day's interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant rcasurer at Boeton, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties may direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of litis notice which shall not be actually received at llie Treasury on or before the said 1st day of next. JAMES GUTHRIE, mar 6?dtiunel Secretary of the Treasury. CANAL PACKET LIKE TO POINT BOCKS fTUIfi Canal Packet CONGRESS having been J_ thoroughly repaired, and put in first rate JS? order, will commence running on MONDAY. the 30th instant, for the transportation of paaseuger* i and light freight between Georgetown and tbe above | named point, on the most pleasing terms. Tbe Boat will leave tbe wharf of W. II. Ritter for the IVtint of Rocks on every MONDAY, WEDNES DAY, and PRIDAY mornings, at 7 o'clock, and the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on TUESDAY, THURSDAY,and SATURDAYS,at the same hour, stopping at the different landings along the line for the reception and landing of passengers and freight, going and returning Passage through either way $2, shorter distances at the same rates. That is to say.fYoru Georgetown i to Great Fp.IIs 50 cents; Seneca 75 cents ; Edwards Ferry $1.25; Manocecy $1.50. Meals served regularly on board tbe Boat at mod er&te rates. JOHN CROMBAUGH, Proprietor, CHARLES MERRELL, ap 23?lm Captain. NEW ??NQ. WHY DID I LOVE FALSE PLOKA. word# and innate by VV. B , of this eitjr, and dedi catsd to Inez Allison, thu fair Guitarist t This song has 4 most tharming pielody. Just pub-' fished and lor "ale by HfmWH St IIITZ. an 4 DOCTOR MOOFLAND'S CKLSBSATBD . <?Scvman Bitters, niran if OS. C. X. JACOOM, FhiM'^ fe, . will wmctvallt cvma UTE& CWPUWT, IT8PEPHA. JAUXKCB, Chronic or Noroomo Debility, DuoWN of tfti Rdnopo, tmd oil duoooot anting from m di+ yrderod Uoor or AmmnL Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness. or Blood to the I lead. Aridity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, rollaees or weight in the Stomach. Soar B-uetatioas, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. ?wun mini of the Head, Harried and difficult Breathing, Pluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in .1 lying Posture, Dimneaa ol Vision, Dot* of Wrbs before the Stght, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eye*, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, fee., Sudden Ploshea of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagiu ings of Evil, ana great depression of Spirits. THE proprietor, in calling tne attention of the public to this preparation, does so Willi a feel ing o r the utmost confidence in its virtues and adap tation to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has st >ed the test of a ten years' irial before the Amen cm people, and its reputation and sale is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the moat prominent and well k'lown Physicians and individnals, in all parts of I he country Is immense. The following from North Caiolina ia reapectt'olly submitted, referring any who may atill douht, to my "Memorabilia," or Prac tical Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families, to be had gratia, of a'l the Agents (or the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, ISO Arch at., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Certificate of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hill, Rich mond County, N. C. Pike Hill, March 4th 1654. Dr. C? M. Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst f irm, for the last five years. Such was my condition for twelve month a Umf the physicians and all who saw nie said t mn^flL While in this condition. I was carried to theVHrlng places in Virginia, Tennes sce and North Carolina, but wras not benefited by any water to which I was taken. While on my way home, I stopped a week at Rutherfprdtoa, a smri 1 village in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that pi ice. About the last of the week, I went into a drag store to gel some medicine for my child and myseif. There were several of the village physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to take aomc interest in my case, ;izid, after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic, and bad been greatly bene fitted by the uee of " Dr. Hooflar.d'a German Bit ters," prepared by yen, and he insisted that I would try the BitKrs lie also calied the next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and I commenced takinr it as directed, and I do say I wis more benefitted by it than nil the water and n:.idicine I had ever taken. Attcr reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and 1 gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, winch effected much good in bis case. He has often c:Uled on ine for more of the *ame k nd of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not been able to get a .j more for him or myself T.t*! yzj, there lore, please ship mc a dozen or more as soon as poa iiwle. Respectfully yours, W.SMITH. D. K. HOOKER, Roger s Store, Wake Co., N. C., < >nnber 24.1853, says:?u Having experienced very ereat benefit from the use of " Hoofland's German Hitters/' in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot, fce. &c. CERTIFICATE OF WM, J. ATWOOD. Hcktsvill?, Yadkih Co . NrC ,Nov. 1st, 1853. Dt. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your diacoveiv of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a core that ail other medicines, that 1 have taken, have entirely failed to do. "Hoofland's Ger man Bitters" have aured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the piles that, perhaps, ever fell ia the lot of man. My case is not a stranger in ti is community, as I am well known in this and the ?-urroundinz counties, and can truly sav that my re covery has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everythinc r<-<iommended, and nothing did me any go<?d until ( was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. Yon arc at liberty to make any use ot this communication, for the benefit of the afflicted, yu may think proper. Truly youra, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters ar<- entirely t cgetahic, they invigorate and strengthen the system, never prostrate it, and can bn used for infants as well as adults. For sale by reapcctable dealers everywhere and by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. PIERPONT. Alexandria, mar 1?lv OAKTEKS SPANISH MIXTURE. Ttoa Grant Pairlflar of tha Blood I Not a Partiole of Mercury In It 4a IX14.LUBU Kxmidy ic7 8crofu;?, King's jtvil, Rbeumatis.a, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptlo&a, Plrav'.es ot Pu-tulea on the Blotch*, Boils Chrcclo ?ore Eyas, King Worm or Tatter, 8cd4 (Tead, Enlargement and Pain of the Bnuee ar.d Jciats, Stubborn Ulcere Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago. Spina.1 Complaints, and all the disease arising frcm an injudisious use of Merrury, Ins prod *nce in Lift, cr Imparity of the Blood. 'I "CIS valuable Medicine, which ha* become oele? 1 orated for the niuabci of txtraoxdinary cures, ?ffactsd through ita ; geacj, has iadoeed th6 propri ators, at the urgent request of their Mends, to offer it to the public, which th-y do -xlth the utmost con 3 I*nrt in ita virta?a and wonderful curative prop arti s Tbo following certificates, ?ei?eteJ trom a large number, are, however, stronger testimony than tha mere word ef the proprietors; and are all from gentlemen well known ia their localities, and of the highest re?pect*bllity, many of th<-m residing in tha city of Richmond. Ya. F. HOYuKN, ?sq,, of tha Exchange Uot?l, Rich mond, kuowa everywhere saya he has nen 'he Med. icine eailed Cautir's bpim.-h Mixtttrb, administered in over a hundred caaea, in nstrly all the diaeoaes ti"-r which it is recommendtd, with the most aaton i. 'ungly good rcsiilt* He says it is the most ax ti-aerdinary metttdr - he hu -ver seen. AOUB AND FkVliit?-gubaT CORK.?I hereby ?rrtify that for three yrars I had > rae mad rever of most Tiolest deacriptlon. I had eevaral Puv ?i<*iftna, to^k l*tge quantities of Quin'ne, Warcurv, a^d I beherc all tfcr Tcnios aivntised, but all witt oat permanent rellaf. At last I trl?d Carter's Bpanish Mixtn e, two be.tic3 of whleh eETectuall" 3 j red wie, and I am harpy to aay I have had neither iLilla or fsvers since. I consider it the best Tonic In this world, and the only medicine that ever reached my case. JOHN LONQDEN. Biavn Ditch, near Richmond. Va. 0. B. LUCK, Kaq., now ia tha city of Richmond and for many years in tha Poet Office, has snail > nfidence In the astonishing efficacy of Carter"-' 3p*.nirh Mirtura, that be hac bought nrvarda of &8 bottiee, which he has girea away to the afflicted.? Mr. Look aavs Le has never knoVa it to fail when '.aken Recording to dirsctloaa. Dr. MINOM, a practiaing Phyaldan, and Ibrmerly of tha (Sty Hotel, ia the eity of Richmond, saya be boa witmaaaad in a Bomber of inataneaathaefleeta ol Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were moat truly surprising. lie saya is a caae of Cooaumption, de pendent on the Liver, tha gocd aSaeta ware won (ierful indeed. 8AUU1L M. DRINKBS, of the firm of Drinker A Morris, Richmond, was cored cured of Uvtr Com K" 'at of three yean atanding, by the us" of twr lea of Oarter'a Span'?h Mixtare. ORB AT CURB OK 8CU0f ULA.?The Editors of tha Richmond Republican hwl a servant employed in their preu room, cured cf violent Scrofula, .-cm blned with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him ftcn work. Two bottles of Carter's fipanish Mixture iuade a perfact cure of him, and the Edi tors in a public notice, say they "cheerfully reonm mend it to all who are af&iated" with any disease of the blood." 8TELL ANOTHER CURB OP BOROFULA.?I had a verv valuable boy enred of 8crofula by Carter's Spenfrh Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medidse. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Conductor on tha 8. P. and P. It. R. Co.. Richmond. Va. SALT RHBUii OP T^RNTY YBAR5 BRANDING OOKKD Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, reaidinc in the dty of Richmond, was cured by three bottlaa of Carter's Spa&iafc Mixture, of fialt Rhaum, which he had for u*ZlJ ?ad which all the phyB.?iaae of thaeSiy ?.uld not cure. Mr. Thompson ia a well knows ^*<?hant !a the city of Rlchmondf and his ia meM swarkabic. Wla. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond had a servant euradrf gfphii-B, tn ths worst fbrm, by Carter's Spaniih Mixture. He aaya ha cheerfully reoom Mda it, and conaidara it a very Invaluable madi -BDW1N BURTON, commlMioner of tha revenue, ?}*?.?? ?een the good affectc of Oarter'a Mpenlal* Mixtore in a number of Syphilitic cue?, and tay0 !t la a perfect eure fbr that horrible diaeaae. WM. 8. HARWOOD, of Riehmond, cared of old Boree aad Uleera, which disabled him frem walking, look a tew bottles ef Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enaMed to walk without a cratch, in a short time peoaanentiy cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE A Co,, No. 18 Maiden Lane. New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 188 North lecond at Philadelphia " av BKNNtTT A BEKEc, No. 128 Main street. Rich moikd, Va. ' And for sale by CHAELES 8T0TT, Waohington, D. C 5 HEN iiY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Drugjista ^p^ca^Vr bottle, or s*>x bottles fer tk lffU10IR8 OF THE COUNTE88 OF BLEd ky-K E TATLtf?r TRAVELERS MRE* VORV. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. CHARGE Or HOLES. A \N and iter Monday, the MJ ihiim, the uiw Leave Washington at 6 aad PJ* a. m.t and 3 aad ^f>a Sunday at 6 a m and 4Kp? Leave Baltimore at 4* and I* a m, and 3 aad m p m Oa Sunday a* 4 .If and 3M p m. ay 23- if T.H. PARSONS, Agent. M Mott Badell's Line. ^ SEW YORK, ALRXA\DRIA, WASmWQTOB CITY. AND DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. npHIS LINE OP PACKETS SAILS WEEKLY j from pier 14 Kasl River, New York,aad ofU aec ifneesaeary, u?d are composul of the following 6m class vessels t '4 Mew ?chr. A. V.Jttidl, Bedell, msrter. New sohr. Mott 9Wstt, A. V. Tredwefl. 8cbr. Ann D.. Wm. Oliver, master. 8clir. rnijnt, L. A. Smith, maner. Schr. Commander-ii-CJUef, Schr. Or ten way, Wilnon, These vesiwla are all fast sailers, and the n men of crperienre in the trade, and the oaly lar liae of Waohinfton City park*ts. MOTT BEDELL. Wall WML N. Y. g S. MASTERS fc SONS, . Alcxaadrta, Va. THOMAg RILEY, feb 1?6m H aahiagtan aad D. C. OiAHGK AJfD ALEXANDRIA RAILBOAD. On and aftrr Tuesday THI Oar* leave Aleaaadria dally for riile aad Int*naedUts etattoas at T H a on the antral of the boat from Waal lirtni ample time tor breakfast m board, aeetiag at Maaa?ai Junction with a traiafoi burg, at Warreatoa Ja? cttoa with a traia ftr War ronton, at ?ordoosTille with thi trains #i the Virginia Central Railroad torRi hmead, ?ill#, aad Staunton The ear* team Oordonrvllle daily tor DtnaMa and Intermediate stations, at K betore 1 S, a. at*, m the arrival of the train* ot the Ftrpoia Osatral rail road from Richmond, Gharlettesvilla, aad Staoatom. THROUGH TICKETS. Prom Alexandria to Warren ton? ..J$S 66 * u Gordon rrille t M ** " Charlottesville......... 6 M * ? Btaantoa i 66 ? " Btrasbarg t M " M Lynchburg...^.....-? 676 M " Winchester...........? 6 M m ?* Lnrsy...................... 4 SB * M New Market 6 68 ? ? Uiddfeburw ? S SI Por Lyaebbarjr, -caneoting with the stages at Charlottesville, on Mcad*v% Wedneddaye, aad Pri* dap Per Luraj aai Sew Market, connecting with tha g at Cu!p*pcr,eo Tae~Iiy>>, Thursdays, aad 8a* urday. Por ^itchs-tw daily, connecting wfth th? i at Tied cent F-r lliuilebur? dally, connecting with tha i at the Plains. Par order: B. LBOCKETT, ift nor T?dtf FOR MOUNT VERNON. _ TUI8DAY8 and FRIDAYS. S liiynrfj77round trip fl; from Alaz andria 74 c-ntf ?The THOMAS OOLLYER laaTta Wsehfcgton at ( and Al?xandri? at %% o'aloek. ('oachaf leave tha Capitol tor tha boat at 8 jf o*eilL Coaeh fare '0 oentft. ? Pnrccca wir-aia* tha Ooaehea wdl Leave their rat deooa with Geo. ? Thca. P&rkar. ?.?ftf bmeDti on the b"*t. pet 94?dtf SAM?L OEDNSY, Oa^t TflK NEW YOKU * LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. rll SHIPS OOMfEIBING TUIS UNI the? ATLANTIG, Capt. Weat PACIPIC. Catt Nya, BALTIC. Capt Camatork, ORIATXO, Capt. Oraftoa. The* chine hare >*f n built hy eaatxaat, exproae Iy fir OoTemmect sertioa; every care haa baaa taken in their con'traotica, aa in the Rngiaea to 'n~r.re rtrength and epeei, and their aeocauaoda* ttona for j^-rcgeri are mei-oailed for eiegaaoa and comtort. LTio* of pnaeaffe from New Tcrk ?o lar-rpool. la fret cabin 41? ?*eoad Cabin Ez^lrstva aee of extra *Lr<? eute rooms.909 Prr n Lirerpoo; to New York LifO ard An -xy-feriancei surjec n attached to each ehlp. No b?rth can it usecrri until paid tor. Tor freight ar paarve arrly to PDWAhD K. COLLINS 6 CO., H WaU street. New York. BR0W2.', KHIPL1Y A 00, LirerpoaL A. 0. ROEEPTH A CO, 13 H'r^'a s r.rs Yard, London. JOT'N y: >R01 A CO, 26 Bue Ni !^e " an# dt-e Ti-. toirea, Parta. GEO. k. DRAP"n, Havre. The owner* of the?? chips will not be a^natabia T~r Ktwr buil'cc. ?pene, jewalry, prectoaa ? ien? or raotale. tmleaa billa ef lading ere signet 'hcTttor, an j the Taloe thereof ihereia expressed. rft? If?41* Private Medical TreatlM ?? * i PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW 0? MAFBIAOS, IT SK. C. LA CROIX, M. D? ALBANY, N Y. <to0 F;g?? aad 1?JW "1 \se Plain aad Colored T itfcn gra?L- and i'latea. ?* Frlaa oaty SB Camta f| CfScrA fre ?> of postage to all parte of the C nion^B CUKAPEPT BOOK ITU PCRLIBHKD, an<) containiag n??1y d obV the inaatlty of reading matter in that of tha FIFTY CENTS OB DOLLAR PUBLICATIONS. It treaU on tha t'HYSlOLO QY OP MABRIAGJLaad tha Secret lv Ormitfeef nd disorder of youth and n_?rarity, re railing lrom etoseaea, which deetroT the physical and men tal powers, with observations en marrlag*, it* dutis* uid disqaalifiaaticna, aad thalr remedlw:; Tr;th llthcgrtpbs, illn-toting tha tcfttomy acd pv.yaiclogy, iM wwaw of tha rspro* idrUr;- organs of both saxc^, thelz Btructnra, csea ted faoetions. A pc>uiar and ?>m?reh?neiee tin tise on the duties aau casual*: * v f single and mar rlf i ltfe?bappy and trsutiul vs, mods of se rarlr s thrm?InftUeit as *-A tntoiXile onee?their obvi?t:ftii and r?r/iral?;mportent hints to those sontsmpiatipf: iAtV.c.caj. tliat will overoosae ob jections to it; none, howew. thoald take this ha. per tact 5>p \7t lint tret ooasaitlng its p^ss ymmentaries oa th? atneases and madtoai treataaaat of tomalrs from inancy to old are, each case Ically iilnstrateu by beaatifol lithographic e grapfc plates cervods debility, its cinses aad cara, by a'jirnnass at once eo simple, cafe and effect naL tnat tali ore to impoasibla?rnlss tor daily manag^eaent?aa essay on Spcrmatcrrhoea with practioal obaarrati^ne on a ? aad more raccessfoi mods of treotment?pia> raaOonary htctv on the avlLs resulting froia ampin :%l pr^ctka??n er?ay oa all diseases at tain g trim m BPlliMf Irdincrettoa, with plafa aad a^spl* rales by whtoh a-i persoLB can core theatKlvas wiihoat meroary? reme&re for thnee Mlf ic&icted miseries and dbwp pointed nct-es so uafrrtunaU.*y prevalent ia the j:meg. It Is a truth^l adviser to tbe carried aad tbo<M ooatenplatirc carriage. Its perusal t? tLsnlariy rr?oinuaad<^ to persoas enUvtaiatag s? sret denbts of their physical condiliea, and who era vrvicac o| having hsurdsd the health, happiness ar:d privileger to * lilch every hcaae bdng is en titled IB. Price it eente per et py, or S^e ooples tor one doL Ud S^t^ ^ of postage to any part cf tha Dal> N. B.?Ihrre vfio prefer may ccnsclt&r LaCacu Bpc= any of ;1k ukieaeaa upva which his book treats el'hc; personally or by m&IL Mcdidae seat to aay p^rt of tha Ctlon a^otwuio^ to direettona, caJMv packed aad aareiklly secured ftr-o all cbaarvatiaa. Addrace Dr. M. B. LA CKOIJL, No &1 Maiden Laaa or Fost Ofioe Br x 678, AiOhnj. M. Y. _ 4S- 0Sl<.c onen daily from & a m to 9 p m. oa caii jay from a until 6 pm. Off^e l4?r?owad frco No. M Beavar ft, to SI Hitiaa Laaa, Albany, M. Y. dee FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. o mall BUILDING LOTS of 10 feat ar mora, ta p var: -as parts ol the City, aad Georgetown, at lew prfc. acl terms to suit. LLOYD A 00. SVILOISQ STOMK, *0,r,~> dejtvarable at the Oaaal, or Whlnm ia STasiiington, Oaojgctowa, or Alexandria .... m LLOYD A OOL Jy \, *"*? ?PP Yi~easary Drpartmaat, B151IHG HOUSE OF PAULO 4 BOVBIX. B,,.IriLpPP?u? UmUi State* Tfmmry. UNiis, stocks and other socariu a i anhascd and scld. latercst at the rate irf" six per ccal aar annum al lowtd on depoffltn whea left lorS6iAtaar laager. *an -i4?6m AMPBELLV DICTIONARY of Military 8ci , " * Oavalrv, iu Hint 'ry and Tactics by Cap Laui Nolan on the '/'raining of Cavalry Horace, Rtsc illations for Yeomenry Cavalrv. ht,au FRANCK TAYLOB. rpiiK KA?; BAO, by N. P. WtlMa X% frt-uiUacb'e E.^rnct* of rhnetiemty L'unuain|V Faintly Prayers, a vuu PKANCh IAYLty. C