Newspaper of Evening Star, July 25, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 25, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. BEST AT LAST. BT XATTtI MOBE. Touch her *?ut gently. Hfrbnrdfn wai nore; Bat that smile, saintly, Doth tell us 'ti? o or. Sm.wMb out her tresses So soft and ?o brown ; With kind oarewei Theui braid gently down. 8e? here a wand'rer, One silver gray hair; Sorrow had owned her, And planted it there Many's the tear drop That traced the wan iheek ; Many'* the dear hope That's perished so meek. And *hc ne'er breathed It, Tbe manu ring complaint; Tboiiub her breast heaved it With strength overspent Father and mother Had gone to their home; Sifter and brother, To love her, she'd none. Poverty s granting Her pathway begirt ; She was e er chantin ? '?The song of the shirt." Cross the white fingers I' pon the cold breast; Now for them lingers, At last a sweet rest Place in their clasping A bud. a loved one ; Time for its grasping, In life, she hau none Patient, she waited A call to her rest; Toiling rare, fated. Her tosom's sole guest. But at last breathed it? An angel's voice low, E'en while was wreathed It, A crown for her brow None knew 'twas given, That si mmoiis so bright; That thus to heaven She winged her flight. But we have found her Thus Silent and cold : Naught now tan wound hex? No sorrow of old. Touch he: but gently, Her burden was sore, But that smile, saintly, Doth tell us 'tis o'er. Ax Incident.?-The Lynn (Mass.) News of a recent date gay* A correspondent informs us vf an incident which occurred at the Congre gational church in Westminster, in this State, last Sabbath. The clergyman, an aged min ister. whs preachirg froui the text?'? I j-peak unto wise iuen ; understand ye what I say." He had advanced as far as ?? thirdly." when hu oWrved that many of his hearers, over came by the beat of the d~y. had fallen asleep Stopping in his discourse, and wiping the perspiration from hid furrowed brow, he exclaimed '* Jly tiiend*. as the day is sultry and ? ?p previve, I wili stop a while, and request the choir, ic the meantime, to sing. to the tune of * Coronation,' commencing? ?'' My drowsy power*, why sleep you so The effect was electrical, bringing the au dience to their feet. They remained standing while the sublime chorus, from tho combined voices ot the choir and congregation, filled the hou?e. and effectually destroyed the d!sp..t-i ti>-n to sleep The preacher resumed his dis course at " thirdly. tjT Cant phrases are dangerous, especially when employed in documents relating to bui nesf Recently, a merchant, not so oelebratcd for the elegance of hi? diction a- forthe length of his purse wrote t'? h:* correspondents in a distant city tor a 1??t of 9ijOi'. adiling, by way of showi-.ig his impatience, that he wanted it ?' the T orst kind." He was not less surprised than chagrined, on the reception of the ar tide, to find it full of weevil, cour and inu.-ty. Words that are often used together be come associated in the mini; and unless we resist the force of verbal .association, we shall often say something different from whit wc 4MU '? S*ek vour good," the million cry; " By loing good,'' the wise reply. The Fa<~e ?Tothe thoughtful observer how jnack does tho human countenance reveal The faces that move by us in the crowded ?treats are each an open b sk. in which life stories arc traced with an unerring pen. C.ir? s have their record, fin leaves its mark, and pure thought* beam out in living characters. tt" A Per>ian poet says. ?? Night come? ..r. when the ink-bottle of Heaven is overturned * Another call- the evening dew "the perspira tion of the moon." moveukxts of ?cih steamers. Kant* Lcares For Day. Atlantic Liverpool...... New Vork..Julv 11 Washington..Bremen New York..Ju!\- 1^ Asia Liverpool Boston July 21 Atiel... ?????. Ha.re ?.??..., %ew \ ork..July ?I North Star New York.... Havre July21 P?ciL- NVw York.... .Liverpool. ..July zo The California steamers leave New York cn the 5tL and 2Uth of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. BrtwnV Motel?t r. A * b&owm A Ke;.tL?-r and ly, NC O Fillmore and lv, do Miss Hall d?' W K Jame*. 1 jwa Landou. do J B Farle. Va J S DevUn. Pa J McKay, Va H C f>ev!an, do T B Mavsie, do r, Hardiug. do S Harrison, do L Nobl*- snd lv Ml** f? Caflett. NY Dr J 1 ' o!e do J (i \\ t>rmlev. O H A Baldwin and fam, F Zing. Pa do C Warren. Del Capt S DucV. Pa J S Warren, do Miss A Lt;ck. do Dr H il B*-an. Md H McCullougb. Md T A Lynch, do ?i T .McCulloiigh, do F a Jov. Mass J R Irving. Jr. Va Mrs li Stith and ? hild, W S Dickson and fam, Iji do J A Slamm. Mas* -T Brown and lv. ?;a 1. D Slamm. do i) H Walsh and lv, Va W W Meade, Va Ml-s L Ca ~t, do S C Gardiner. I .a ?r Riis'ceU, do T A Gardner, Aid M T Sparks. Va Millard** Hotel ? H a ft j. c wiLLaan John Cochrane. N \ P Gardiner A Isdy, do 11 II Stanton, do J j l\,i,n?. Va - V/f,ri \ Hon B Brown, do ? V wL":1 l?v. 11 J ,,arri? Miss H N White. N\ J I^ranh. NY Ci ** Cannon, do ?* Leach, do <? B Latham. do Wm Maddux. do E V\ Se.'den Vr Mr Jon-?. do ?I0rL??? N | c t'<*iad * Bro. La J M \> :lniB. do Americas Hotel? hefl?|"W?k ft lovxtt. J. *u ir-r. Md Mr? Kenndv, Md f i?r^: A F,"ni?'*'r a ledy. Va i? J Hemphill, do I; " J F Tawson do Vt B Kenuedy, NC Klrhweed llea.e-j. ? ft A. IIRtwooD. N X ^ w D<; \7 it* iv. .. . ' I j^nox, do V >\ Dtnnis. Md \\ 'r v ? Rn m,.. 1 I > J K Oliver. Uo i v ,.l. i National Hotel-* D willari, W Harrtoon. ny Jobn G do M hnevitt. do W'm tiny do F. French, do , w WfUiamv do < Aiken, Wis jOH Purrell, S(* '* Va r |) Gould. N Y II I -?"rrrw e. Md H< n M ike Waish. do ?' kV , ,? 4' d? Jeremiah Haley, do si *? do K Morris. .Md Mifc. Moract do ? Brr.wner do Wiliorda' Hetel_oid Pelat Comfort, V?. J Ltdy' Pe n' T Hen del. Nor Ik W Flemli.p. do ^e?a''i?lmnJ^UKh W BeniHHk do k Hamnton D Branch, do ?S'tact W Johnson do Mis!*Htin? v J Lotan md fa ly. Va <? O^rne.? i? ilonP M 111. NC j I*?*!; "?iTv?n ThowSidnere, Hch d J || ^ B V.^h^.lVt^hurg Vrnk T K.ce ht Lou la * ,?n ^thamp ? Jeakiu?, Spottylva Htnrv Frbln, I'.s * j I* itj* l u " ^arlaiul, Jo . SusNt x M Wataius (io J tstiwvivliUid Medical. f ARTEK'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD! NOT A PARTICLE or * -RCr*T 1* IT. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scroftila, Kind's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutane ous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the face. Blotches, Boils. Chronic Sore Eye*. Ring Worm or Tettes, Scald Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints. Stubborn Ulcers, Sy philitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Com plaints, and all the disease* arising from an in judi< ious use of Mercury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which hits become celebrated for the number of extraor dinary cures. effected through its agency, hn* in duced the proprietors, at the urgent request of their friends, to offer it to the public, which they do with the utmost conlidence in its virtues and won derful curative properties. The following cert ill cates. selectrd from alart^e number, are, however, stronger testimony than the mere word of the pro prietors; and are all from gentlemen well known In their localities, and of the highest respectabili ty. many of them residing In the city of Rich mond, Va. F. BOYDEN, Esq., of the Exchange Hotel. Richmond, known everywhere, says he has seen the Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mix ture, administered in over a humired cases, in nearly all the diseases for which it is recommend ed. with the most astonishingly good results. He says it Is the most extraordinary medicine he has ever seen. AGUE A VD FEVER?GREAT CURE ? 1 hereby certify that for three years I hnd Ague and I ever of the most violent description ! had sev eral Physicians, took large quantities of Quinine. Men- iry. and I believe al! tlie Tonics advertised, but all without permanent relief At la?t 1 tried Carter's Spa.iish Mixture, two bottles of which effectually cured me. and I am happy to say 1 have had neither chills or fevers since. I con sider it the tjest Tonic in this world, and the only medicine that ever reached my case. JOHN LONGDEN. Beaver DiTcn. near Richmond, Va. C. B LUCK, Esq., now In the city of Rich mond. and for many yeais in the Post Offlce. has such confidence in the astonishing eiHcacyof Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he Das bought up wards of 5- bottles, which he has given away to th? afflicted. Mr. Luck savs he has never known it to fail when taken according to directions. Dr. MINGE, a practising Physician, and for merly of the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, savs he has witnessed in a number of instances the effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising. He savs in a case of Consumption, deiw-ndent on the Liver, the good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M DRINKER, of thr firm of Drin ker A Morris, Kichiuond, was cured of Liver Complaint of th-**e vears standing, by the Use of two ts?ttles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. U RE AT ll'KE OF SC R O FL'L A ?The Fd I - tors of the Richmond Republican had a servant emploved in their pre>? room, cured of violent Srrofula. combined with Rheumatism, which en tirely disabled him from work Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of bim. and the Editors, in a public notice, say they j --cheerfully recommend it to all who arc afflicted with any disease of the blood.'' ST1I.L ANOTHER CURE O FSCROFULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable medicine. J \.\IES M TAYLOR, Con ductor on th*3 K F. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond. Va. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED ?Mr JOHN THOMP SON, residing in the city of Richmond, wascured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which oil the physicians of the city co lid not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in the city of Richmond, and his cure is most remarkable. WM A MATTHEWS, of Richmond, had a -ervant c<;r. d of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Cartels Spanish Mixture. He says be cheerfully recommend* i;, and considers it a very invaluable medicine. EDW1N Bl' RT< ?N. commissioner of the reve nue. says he has seen the good effect* of Carter'* S} snish Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it is a perfect cure for that horrible dis ease. WM. r. HaR WOOD, of Ri-hmond. cured of eld and !"1 : . w.'ii? h disa'?l?-d him from walking, rook a few bottles of Carter'* Spanish >!1 xtnre. end was *- ? .ied to walk without a t. u' ;li. in a short time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE & CO., j No or Maiden Lane, New ? orV T. V." 1j\ o l"t'& SONS, No. 1:*1 North Seeond street. Philadelphia BENNETT ft, BEERS, No. 12j Main street, Richmond. Va. And for sale bv CHA RLKS STOTT. Washing- 1 ton. D. I.' ; HENRY PEEL Alexandria, and by j Drujegists everywhere. Price ?1 pei bottle, or six bottkj^^H sep 21?ly IRllALATlOfl rOR THE I'CRK or ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. MEW AND VERY WONDERFUL ' .' .* XI YO-I3A3S" A Brought home ;? the doer a( the .Million? VWONDERFUL discovery Las recently been made by ??r Curtis, of this city, in ti e treat- I rnent of Consumption. Asttma. and all diseas-s OitLe I.UI1 S \Yr r? i'er to Dr CURTIS S 11 Y (iKANA. or INHAM.Nfi HYUEAN VAPOR A.N U CHljRIl\ S^ Rl P. With this new me thod br C. has r?**tor?-d many afflicted ones to health. as ;*.n evid' :i< e of which he has innumera ble certificates. Sj-eaking of the treatment, a phy si? ian remarks "it is evident that inhaling?con stantly b.Twthjiii: an agrc-obie heaiing vaj?or?th? medicinal p>0|>erties K.iisl come in direct cortact with the wiiole ff-r-al <avitii*s of the lungs. lr.d th i e> > . n th- many and varied r hau/rs produced uj?on 'jein wh'*n ia'.rodii* ed into the stomach and sabject to the process of digestion." The Hyge ana i f*r sa' - at a l the Druggists thro :^hout the country.?N. V Dutchman Jam 11. The Inhaler is worn on th?- breast under the lin en. wi'houi the .east incm: Ve.iic- .co?ih?* L.-at cf th" body being >uffl. ient to ev.;[ orate the Uuid Hundreds of cases of cures, like the following miirht be namM One pa< k.ige of the Hygeana ha.-, . urcd mc of Lue Asthma vt fix years .standing. J F KEESBF.RRY, P. M. of Dt:aeannon, IV. ! am cured of'he Asthma of ten years' standing by l?r i .rt > s itvg.ana MARGARET EA^TO.N, Brooklyn. N. Y. MRJ* PAI L. of No 5 Hammond -treci. N. Y. was cured of a severe case of U om hitis by the llygvana. My sister has be<*n cured of a distressing coiiirb of s vera! years' stand I ng. and decided to be in i urabac by !hf i.h) was curinl in one mouth by thr llv^a .j, J II GAUDERT P M. Richmond, Me The Rev Dr CHEEVER. of New York, testi I Ilea of vnr iiiriiiciiitf in tLit- fullowiii^ : ... N EW Yoke, Nov. 15, |*n?|. IVrirSir: 1 th:nk highly of l?r Curtis's li ve ana as a rnmdy in diseases of the thmatand lungs. Having had some opportunity to testify its etti~,i cv. 1 am CDnviiiced that it is a most excellent rem edy. both the Syrup and the iuhalimj application | to tne chest '' Prof S CENTER writes us as follows: j Geutieiiifij I havr recen.lv had occasion to test I i voir Lh.rry >yrup and liy-ean Vapor, inaca* I ot . hionic m?* tiniKtt, tiiat iiad rpfiiM-U to yield %? , <>tL?*r forms of treatment, and the result has satis fied me that, whatever may be the coui|>osiiioii o* ! vour pr? pa ation, it is no imposition, but au excel ; lent 1. m?-d v I Wish, for th?- sak?* of the afflicted, j that it might be brought wituiu the reach of all. ! DR. JOHNS, one of the most < elebrated Physi I Clans in New Y..rk writer as follows : Dr 1 imi??D?-ar Sir?Having witnessed the excellent effects of your 1! ygeana or Inhaling Hv j g.-an Vapor and t'herryS/i ,t j? cdS!. of clironic Bronchitis ami le in^ inn h in favor of counter ir ritation in affections of the throat. Hronchiai tube and lungs. | can therefore cheerfully recommend j our Medi? .:t?'?l A par?i!us a? being the most con venient and ?-ti?s iual mode of applying anything of th?* kind I have ev?*r seen No doubt ttiousand of persons may i?e relieved, and many cured, by a>inc your medicine*. 1 must here >??? allowed to confess that I am op | p?>sed to prescribing or using secret compounds, but this little neaiiv contrived artii le. and its ef fe. ts in the case a!>ove alliidi-d to, have luduccd me to speak in its favor. You are at l:berty to use this i:i any way you may think pro|>er. Res|>ectfullv. yours. Ac., C.JOHNS, M D. No fkiy Houston street. N. V Pri?~e three dollars a pa<-kage i:i ktis A PERKINS and BOYD A 1 Al I.. I ill Chambervst . N Y. !? our iw kag? s sent free to any part of the Unl ttd Ma., for ten dollar. a..a n\ i'v m'!';,'; "I'K^nR Is the ORIGINAL r?? . i ^ENDLNF. ARTICLE; all other tr ? ' "si/,'.',1 or vBu and iniurious counter feits . hun them as you would POISON r or sue m Washington bv ('HAS STOTT may ?#>ir. SI'lHT* MADE TO UKUEK.?i;cnth uien's I best qiu.iiy of >birts made to n,c;t^,re .i wanaute?l to fit, at the lowest N?w ?, ,?w i?h J W \LI. A STEPHENS 1 JyU-H Medical. DOCTOR HO UPLAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BETTERS, _ _ M . PRKPAnsn At "* I>r. C. M. JACKSON, PbilndeIphia, Pa., WII.L SFFKCTCALLY CCRK liver complaint, dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dis eases of the Kidneys, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach. !*u; h a* Constipation. Inward Pile*, Fiillne**, or Blood fnthe Head. Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn. Disgust for food, Fullness, or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations. Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensations wh?n In a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side. Hack. Chest, Limbs Ac., Sudden Flushes of fleat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. rpiIE PROPRIETOR, In calling the attention A of the nublic to this preparation, does so with a feeling or the utmost confidence in Its virtues and adaptation of it to the diseases for which it is recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has ?tood the test of a ten years' trial before the Amer ican people, and its reputation and sale is unri valled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony in its favor given by the most promi nent and well-known Physicians and individuals, in all parts of the country is immense. The fol lowing from Norm Carolina is resj?eeffully sub mitted, referring any who may still doubt, to the ? Memorabilia." or Practical' Receipt Book, for Farmers and Families, to l?e had gratis of ail the Agents for the German Bitten*. Principal Office and Manufactory, 1-0 ARCIl STRKET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA Certificate of Dr. W Smith, of Fine Hill, Rich-, mond County, A'. C Pine Hill. March I, 1854. Dr. C M. Jackson. Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, in its worst form, for the last live year* Such w.is my condi tion for twelve months that the physicians and all .vho saw me said I must die. While in this con dition 1 was carried to the watering places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, but was not benefitted by any water to which 1 was taken. While on my way home 1 stopped a week at R uth rrfordton. a small villas in North Carolina, to try the etrect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About the last of the week 1 went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child and myself. There were several of the village physi cians in the store, ami one of them seem-d to take some interest in my case, and. p.ft'-r asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic and had been greatly benefitted by the use of HOOF LAND S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by you, and he insisted that I would fry the Bitters He also called the next day at mv room. and in sisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get irie one )>ottle. He did it. and 1 com menced taking it as directed, and 1 was more ben efitted by it than all the water and medicine 1 had ever taken. After reaching home one of mv neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dys peptic.) and I gave him nearly all the Bitters 1 had left, which effected much go?*l in his case. He has often called on mf for more of the same kind of medicine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not b?*en able to get any more for him or myself since; will you, therefore. please .ship me a dozen or more as soon as possible. Respectfully, yours, W. SMITH. I). R HOOKER. Roger's Store, Wake Co., N C.. October24, 1S>3. says: '?Having experienced very great benefit from the use of HOC)FLAND'S (JEU.MAN BITTERS in Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement ?>f ihe Liver, and its concomitant evils. 1 am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. \ ou will, therefore, please send a lot, Ac., Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM J, ATWOOD. Hdntsvillk, Yadkin Co.. N C. > November 1st, 1S5G.) Dr C. M Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to von my sincere thanks for your discovery -ft a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that ;ill other medicine*, that 1 have taken. have entirely failed to do. HOOF LAND'S liERAlAN BITTERS have cured >we of th:: most stubborn and aggravated case of the pi'k- that, ;>erhaps, c/er ftil to the lot of man. My ca.se is not a stranger in this community, as I am well known in this and the surrounding cO' Mtics. and ? an truly say that my recovery has asto:i;ide<t ail my fri*-n?l* -.t.d relation?. r* j hn-i tri?-rlevet ,thing "commend d. a::d nothing did me any good un il I was prevailed r;>on to try the Differs Ycvj are at liberty to mak<- any use of this communica tion for tbe benefit of the a2!icted, ycu mo -think proper. Truly, yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These btt'r < are entirely vtg-fhlr, they Invig orate and strengthen t'ic "yste'.if never prostrate it. and can be used for Infant* as well as adults For sale by respectable dealers everywhere. and by Z. D. GlLMAN. Washington; .1 L IilD WELL, Georgetown, and J R. PIER PONT, Alexandria. mar 1?ly Pit 1VATE. MEDICAL YKEAT I iE ON TH K PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MASRIAOE, BT M. II. LA CROIX, M. D., ALBANY, N. V., 117- 25<) Page* an *. I?> Fine, Plain, and Colored Lithographs aud Piatt*. Price only Twenty-Five ? 'rnt*. Sent F>et of Pof-tige to ail farts of the Uninn. /Mi KA PEST BOOK EVER PUBLISHED? " * and containing u?ar!y double thequaii'ify of read :i:j matter i;j that of the MFTV CENT OR HOL LAR PL BLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, and the Secret Infirmities -tnd Disorder of \ oath and Maturity, resulting from ex i es?*-?8. which destroy the physical and mental pow ?rs, with Observations on _____ Marriage, us duties end disqualifications, and ineir remtdies- with Lithograph ??. illus rating tb? A i.atomy and Pi ysiology, and i)isea*? sof the Re productive Organs of both *<exes, tlu ir structure uses, and functions. A popular and cor..nr? ';en slve Treatise oa the Dudes and Causaliit s .,f sin gleand married life?happy and fruitful alliances, mode of securing t uem?infelicitous and infertile one*?their obviation removal,? important liii.t- to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections toil; none, however, hould 'ake this important step without first consulting its fa;;;'s?commentaries on the diseases?r.d medical treatment of females from infancy to old age. each case graphically Illustrated byls jutiful lithogra phic plates?nervous debility, its causes and cure, by a jir?we?s at once so simple, safe, and effectual that iatlure is imports;!;! ?rules f,?r daily manage ment?an essay on Sporuiat.>rrh<ea, with practical observations on a safer and more successful mod * of treatment?precautionary hints on tlie evils re sulting from empirical practice?an essay on all diseases or;sing from indiscretion, with plain a.'nl simple ruh-s by which ail persons ca.i cure them selves without mercury?remedies for those seif. iiifi;c!cd miseries and disaj;>oiuted hones so un fortunately prevalent in the >.oung. It is a truth ful idviserto the married and thosereiifempUtiiig marriage Its pertisal is particularly recommend ed to persons en'ertainiug secret doubts of their physical condition, and wlio are conscious ?>f hav ing hazarded the health, happiness,and privileges ro which every human l?*-ing is entitled Price rU EN I'Y-FIVE CENTS r>er copy, or h ive Copies for One Dollar Mailed free of i>ost age to all parts of the United States. ^ N B.? Those who prefer may consult Dr LA CRolX upon any of th?* diseases u|vin whi< h this t?.H>k treats, either personal I. .?r by mail. Medi cin> sent t<> any part of the Fuioti according to di rections. safely packed and card" illy sec ired from all observation Address Dr. M B LA CROIX, No II Maiden Lane, or Post Office Hox 5?!?, AH>auy, N . V }C7* Office open daily from 1) a. m. to 1> p. bi and on Sunday from 'J until 5 p m jp" Office REMOVED from No V? Reaver st to 'tl Maiden Lane, Albany, N. Y. dec 7?y WATCHES, JEWELRY. SILVERWARE, he. M. W tiALT A BRO. are constantly receiving large invoices of the above, end offer every article in 'heir line at the lowest rates GOLD AND SILVER WORK of every de. scription made to order, such as TESTIMO NIALS, richly embellished with appropriate de S1LVR j E A SETS, D1N N E R SKR \ It. F.S. Ac Precious Stones set in every style, however elab orate. ARMS, CRESTS, MOTTOES, Ac , cut on stone. M. W. GALT A BRO , ."fcM Pa av., between Ninth and Tenth sts. Je 14?tf C*ANS, PERFl'MERY, TOILET ARtT L cles. Ac.? We have now In store a large vari ety of fine and common Fans. Harrison's and Lu bin's celebrated Perfumery, Brushes. Combs vis iting and playing 1 aids. Tooth Powders, Port? Monnaies, Cigar Cas?.s. tJard Case^, Baskets. Ac., all of wbli h we are ?ellin^ out at low pu, e^to ??uit the thru* at the Piano, Music, Statlonvri ;:nd Fan. y G.Hhls Store of '' JOHN F ELLIS, ?K*i Pa iivutue. bet. ytii'and iyth sts Miscellaneous. PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY. Washington, July 9, 1?&?. } QF-ALKD PROPOSAL? for furnlshln* the sta tionerv of this department for one year, ending the 15th Augujt, 1856. will be received until 3 o'clock, p. m., on the 12th day of August next. Th->se unaccompanied hy satisfactory testimo nials oJ ability to fulfil a contract will not be ?on ? idered. All the articles must be of the very best quality, samples of which must accompany the bids, and the department reserves the right to retain such samples and pav for the same at the prices stated in the offer, or return them, at its option Each proposal must be signed by the individual or firm making it, and must specify a price, and

but one price, for each and every article named in (he schedule Should articles 1>e required notenu mcra'cd, they are to be furnished at the lowest market price's according to quality A!1 the articles to lje furnished and delivered without delav when ordered, and to the satisfac tion of the head of the ofilce for which they are re quired The department reserves to itself the right of or dering a greater or less quantity of each at d every article contracted for. as the piiblic service may re quire. Bonds, with approved peciirity, to be given by the person or persons contracting; and in case of a failure to supply the article*, the contractor and his sureties shall lie liable for the forfeiture speci fied in such lx>nd as liquidated damages The subjoined lb t specifies. as nearly as now can be done, the onantity atul description of the arti cles thai will Ik; wanted, viz: 15 renins folio post, satin or plain finish, faint lined, and trimmed, to w eigh not less than IT lbs., per ream 50 reams foolscap, hand-made, faint-lined, and trimmed, to weigh not less than 12 lbs., per ream 10 reams foolscap, plain, machine, faint-lined, and trimmed, to weigh not less than 12 lbs., per ream 10 reams foolscap, blue laid, hand-made, faint lined. garden pattern, commonly known as despatch or consular paper, to weigh not less than 10 lbs . |?er ream 150 reams quarto hand-made, plain, faint lined three sides, }ier ream 125 reams quarto post, machine, plain, faint lined four sines, per ream 5 reams quarto hand-made, plain, faint lined four sides, per ream 5 reams quarto post, French, faint-lined three sides, per ream 15 reams note paper, gilt, per ream, large size 5 feams note paper, plain, per ream, large size in reams note pajwr, gilt, jier team, small size 5 reams note paper, plain, per reafri. small size 120 reams envelop*; paper, yellow or buff, royal, per ream CO reams envelope paper flat cap. white or blue, per ream 10 reams large brown envelope, per ream 20 reams blotting palter, royal, per ream 25 dozen patent blotting |>a|>er. per dozen 20 sheets drawing paper, antiquarian, per sheet 25 sheets drawing paj>er, douule elepliant, |>er sheet 50 sheei>, drawing paper, elephant, per sheet 50 sheets tracing pa|>er, largest size. French, per sheet 24 sheets drawing paper, royal, per sheet 5,0)NI binders' boards, bv 10s, inches, |>er M 450 dozen cards Perry's best metallic |?ens, per dozen cards 250 dozen cards of all other manufacture In use, |>er dozen cards ? 4 ? gros* metallic is-ns^a^- gross 1 i.fKKi quills. No. Hi, peri^r 11* dozen ever-pointed |>encils, silver, per dozen Id dozen ever-pointed silver desk pencil*, with rosewood handles, per dozen 4tl gross of leads for ever-pointed pencils, as sorted sizes, per gross 7r> dozen Contee's liest black-lead pencils, grad uated. per dozen 100 dozen M onroe's or other manufactured. grad uated. per dozen lo dozen re'I-lead pencils, per dozen 3 dozen drawing jk iicil*. assorted. |>er doz?n 20 dozen folders, ivory, 9-inch. tier tiozen 600 dozen red linen tape, assorted. j>er dozen t>o dozen siik taste, assorted colors and width", in hanks, per dozen 2 dozen pounce boxes, of ivory, per dn?en 1 dozen pounce boxes, of cocoa. |>er dozen 20 dozen paper weights, assorted. |>er dozen 1 dozen quarto |M>r(folios, w ith locks I dozen cap portfolios, with locks 1 dozen cap portfolios, without locks 5 dozen t>est gold pens, with silver cases, per dozen 12 dor? ii sand >K>xes of cocoa, f-er dozen lo dozen sand boxes of tin. per dozen 15 dozen wafer-stands, or K-xes cocoa, per dozen ' 1 2-> d< ? i erasers. Rodgers & Son's, ivory hftn d'es. genuine, pei duzen 3o doz? i |>eiikriiv. Rodirer* A Son's, fbur biades, bi'ckhom handles. g< nuine. [?w dozen 5 dozen desk knives. Rodgers A Son'*, one blade, ivorv handles, genuine, perdozou " dozen wafer stamps, Ivory ha-idle*. perdoz< n 5 dozen wafer staini*, ligu-.m-vlts- handle* per dozen 1 dozen office shears. 11 inches, per dozen 1 dozen office scissors, per dozen ?12 dozen inkstands. Draj>er"s patent, movable tops, per dozen 1 dozen inkstands, ea-t iron, large, double, per dozen 2 dozen inkstands, cast iron, large, single, per dozen Duo lx>t?les ink black. Maynard A Noyes's, in bottles, per quart 75 bottles ink. b!a> k. Cooper A Phillips's or eoual. i*r quart 300 bottles ink red. Arnold's or equal in If-pint lw??(lcs, per l*?t?le 120 bottles carmine ink, small size, French, or equal, (>er bottle ?''i wafers, large red, f>r office seal*, per \1 Itrti | winds wafers, common size. red, pr pound 15n pounds sealing-wax, l?est extra ?ujH*rfine, scarlet, per (tound ?"Mi pounds sealing-wa*. superfine, p? r pound 15 pounds sealing-wax, black, per {M>und 40 pounds India rubiier. prepared, per pound it pounds India rubber. unprejmreu. p'-r pound 3<>0 quarts black sand, per quart ISftounecs pounce. |*-r ounce 1 dozen India ink, l?e?t, per dozen 2 dozen camel's l air pcnc.ils, assorted, per dozen 2 dozen sable ptnc.ls. assorted, per dozen 1 dozen UstM>in" best water colors, per duceo cakes ?loo pounds twine, linen, per pound loo pounds twine, cotton, p-*r pound .'K*#.*! pocket envelopes. of white or yellow p;.per. of (he following sizes, v;z: by 3 in , fs-r hundred 3*-io" nock'.'l envelopes, letter size ?iuozen rulers, mahogany, round or flat, per dozen 2 dozen lignum vita*, round, per dozen 5 |H)unds sponge. 1m st, per pound III pounds gum arable. iK ?t. |?er pound ItKHi white card envelope*. plain, per hundred 5mHi small size whit* note adhesive envelopes l>er hundred ' 50oo lar^e size white note adhesive envelopes, per hundred 5000 letter size adhesive envelopes, per hundred jy 10?lawlw i I.MTED STATES MAIL. FLORIDA Post Or fu i: Ukpartmest, July9, 1-55.1; >R()P< ISA l.S for carrying (he mails of the Fiii Kd State- from the 1st day of Octolier, It<? the 3?:th day ol I tine. 1-59, inclusive, on the fol low ing routes in the Slate of I'lokiha . and in tne time, herein sj-ecdied. w .11 l>c received at the Con tra? t office of the Post (iirt'e Deputiment, in th' city < 1' N\ ashiugton until 3 p m.. of the 'Joth Au ? i-st. l- w, lo be decid'd oil the next day : tjsjl From Camp Izard bv Ilomosassa, to Bay Port. 15 miles and back, twite a week. In two-horse coaches. Leave! amp Izard Wednesday and Saturday at 5 a m Arrive at Ray Port same days by 0 p in Leave Ray Port Tuesday and Finlay M 5 a m Arrive at {'amp Izard s.tnie days by ii p m ti-1"'") I iniri Long I oud. by Clay I.andiug, to Wau keeuah. loo miles and t?ack. once a week Leave Long Pond Monday at fi a m Arrive at M aukecnah ne\t Wednesday by 6 piu Leave Wankeenah Thursday at (? a m Arrive at Long Pond next Saturday at fi p m For forms of proposal, guarantee and certificate, also instructions and requirements, (embracing conditions to i?e incorporated in the contracts, i,> such extent as the department inay deem proper.) see advertisement inviting proposals for mail ser vice iu the Southern States, dated January 12 l*-"i5 JAMES CAMPBELL.' jv" 11?lawlw Postmaster General. BEST QFALITY SOLE LEATHER. Trav elitig and Packing Trunks, Hat lloxes, Val ises. Carpet Rog.ss Satchels, Ac.? We have this day received a large variety of all kinds of the above named goods, which weare prepared to sell twenty per cent, cheaper than anr other establish ment iu this city. WALL A STEPHENS. 322 Pa. avenue, next door to Iron Hall jy lS-3t CHANDLERS ORATION on the Landtii" of the Pilgrims In Maryland; i^amphlet? iS cents II W Hilliard ? Speeches and Addrcwse*: one vol; bvo Ivlrwau s Letters to the Right Rev. Jno Hughas Lite in California, Mountain* ana Molehills, by Frank Maryatt Straus's I-lfeof Jesns Fvank Leslie's Gazette for July llaruet's Slory do , jy " f AATi VK.TAYL0A, Information for Travelers. BT RAILROAD DIRECT TO TH? WEST. TImc k(lw?*B Wnshington nud Wbrrlinf but 17^ hours! Running Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 ho art!! THKOCQH TICKITS AND tiSfl A9I THICK! TO Bt HAD IK WASHINGTON. rPHE BALTIMOR K AND OHIO R AIL x ROAD having greatly improved its Western connection*, now oflers the fullesi inducements to Traveller* Wtween WASH INtiTON. BALTI MORE,and all portion*.*the WEST. NORTH WEST. and the SOUTHWEST The connection t?etwe?flphe Trains from W??h ington and the Trains round West from Balti more Is always promptly made at th? Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 mile* from Baltimore This is the oulv chanire of cars required between Wuhin^onami the Ohio river. l,W' 1* rheck^l through to Wheeling at the \\ ashington Station, and rec hckeii and trans ferred there. < with the passengers) without charie, for those holding; Through Tickets for points be vond. The connecting Traius luave Washington daily at ft a m and 4^ p m. On Sunday* at tfce latter hour only. At Y\ HEELING dirttt toiinretion is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAII. ROAD, running from Bellaire, on the Ohio, near W he^lintr. through Cambridge, Zanesvllle. and Newark, to COLUMBI * Th~?e trains ron!ier' iit Newark with thecarsof the Newark. Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Satidi.skv. Toledo Detroit. Chicago. St Louis, etc At COLUMBUS the C <> Railroad trains con nect with the fast train* ot the Little Afetim Rit! road to Xenia, Cincinnati. Louisville, etc At VENT A (<>n Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with thetminsthrough Da you. to Indian apolis, Terre Hatte. Lafavt'.te, Chicago. Rock Island, St. Louis, etc ID" Passenger* holding Through Tlfk*tx foi Mrmpkis, Ftrk*our~, XHeh'z. New Orlmn.\. etc . wliic h are also -old at Wa-blngton?-are trans f'-rred at Cincinnati tn the Mail Steamer* on th? <?hio. Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St Louis are sold by this route. l'"or CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland t< Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, etc.. tickets are sold when the Ohio is navigable between Whoelim and Well?ville (forty miles) wh*?re a connection with the Cleveland aad Pittsburg Railroad i* made. Traveler* are requested to notice that while thb tut* only route affording ThfOtigh Tirkftw and t.uecks in Washington, It is also the ?horTet>t most speedy, and direct to nearly all the ieadm< points in the great West The distance froi. a^hint'ioii to Cincinnati is but OSi miles, btiu about l<K"i miles shorter than by anv other roi'te ' ,.-F^Ki:' BV THROUGH TICKET, PRO* ^ ASH I \ <j i'ON :?To Wheel:.i-5, O; Coluin bus. ?*i3 65: Dayton, 315 50; Cincinnati, #14 i?> Louisville, by railroad. ?1^ 65, by ?i ~an?er fron Cincinnati, SIS (to; Indianapolis. fei; A*; Clrve land. Sl*2 50; Toledo. ?!?*.,,. Detroit, 015 * Chicago. !fc?oft5 and SI9 50: St Louis. f?n ?? S?*?: Memphis. ?\M. \mw Orleans. Ml; etc !D~ FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'* J, t'H!? .Y; MAJ*TINSBURH. ( I .M KEKLAN L' HERhLL\ SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPR| NGS PIEDMONT. O \ KLAN D. and F AIRMOUNT rassentv r* may h ave Wa^hingtori at t? a. m ct S* p in I-or the minor wav -'ation*. betw**-> Baltimore und \\ Ink*' a. in train fron? Washington IHT* For trains to and from Baltimore. Anapoi<s etc.. see special advertisements fC7"For fnither information. Thioiigh Ticket ic .apply to THOMAS II PARSONS, Agei. at \\ at>hiiiK!on Station JOHN II DONE. Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Baltimore may 3?tf ORANGEfc ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD T IG RE AT SO I Tid E R \ MAIL 1.1SF.' MVICE daily between \V ASiilNi.TON atui the SOUTH, ri? ALEXANDRIA. COR DONSVI1.LE and RICHMOND n . n.ght lin. on Sunday. Leave Washington \ before ? o'clo? k a in Leave Alexandria ^ " 7 ''a in Loave Washington " 7 ?? p ,n Leave Alexandria '4 " 8 j m ^ FAKIS BY Ntc.llT I.HE From V* axhin^ton and Alexandria, to Got I donsvilie ^3 2:> I P??in GordonsvlUe to Richmond V."1*V.*.*.*. a a! I ravclers will find the morning line theche5?!< e?t. most ;>Iei?san! and e\p?-i|itioiis route t.? t< - 1 j reenbrier White Sulphur. Fauquier IVhfte Sui phur. ^ arm. Hot. Alum and C.tjxm Sprlugs VVarr-nton, CharlotLsviile. Maunt n, Stras!?? ~ T. inchertcr, Harrlwoiih .rg, Lexington, UVir1 Cave. Natural Brid-'e. Lurrv, New Market. Mid uleourg, tic rA*?- IT Mrt|SIS(, I,ns: c r'*m Alexandria to \\ anenton. - - ?i no Gordonsvill*. . 3 ;*) " Charlottesville, - 4 5 Staunton, - ? e un Strasburg. - . 3 ,vi 44 W inch**st??r, - - 3 5?i Lurav. - - * 4 11 '* New ^l^rkct, - 5 (hi Middl>'bi!.-g - - C "J5 O.MNIand BAGGAGE 'V\(,(i\s wil be at tbe Iiej?ot of the Washington Railroad ti ct.nvev iin-sei.g-rs a:.d baggage to the SteamlKWt. f"r AI.LXANDR I A, a ?l.?iaii<;e ofG miles, allow ing .ample time for meals H. W. VAXDEGRIFT. Jyu Gea.Supt THE NEW TOP K AND LIVERPOOL 0 ^'Utts I NI ICD STATES ttiralfev 'I A i L STLAMLHS.^I^' rpilE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS L1NI X are the ATLANTIC. Captain Went, PACIFIC. <>p?ain Nve, BALTIC, Cai-taiii Conis'ock, . Al'R I ATI C, Ca|?taln Grafton 1 Lts? "'C i ps have b?s-n built by coiitract. ex press ly for Government s^ivlce; every c^r?* ha> Iw-ei taken Id their construction, a.s ?a th?* engines t< insure itren^ih and *!>? ?-d. a.id iLl-u afri*ir tlons for fiaswngers are unecnalled for elegant, and comfOrt. PPICK OF PASSA6K 1 rom New Yo:k to Liverpool, in arstcabin, $1 ? Second cabin. Exclusive of ?*xfa ftate rooiiip, - "S" From Liverpool to Ne?v Vork. - ? 10 and I-* An experienced Surgeon attached to each -hip" No b? rth c^u be net !red ur.t.l paid fo For freight or passage apply t> T-DWARiTk COLLINS A CO ?? 5fi Wall street, New \ 01k. BROWN. SHIPLEY t CO , _ ? Liverpool. E G ROBERTS A CO . h> King's Amis Yard, I.ordon. JOHN MF.VROE A CO Rue Notre Dame des Viet. Paris GEORGE H DRAPER . Havre The owners of thes? shl|?s will not l?e accounta ble for gold, silver, bullion, -tpe. ie, iewelry . pre cious stones, or metals, unlev. bills of ladiiig art signed thertfor. and the value thereof therein ex preaeed. Uov l(??ly THE POTOMAC RIVER VFIAMKOll COM PA \ V S STEAM i:R A L1C11 C PRICE CAPT SAMTELBAKER, \V'11JL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX ?? o clock a tii , and ALEXAN- _ DKIA at To, lock, a m- ZJ*Vr.-^r On TFESDAV MORNINGS?For >latto> Cnrrionian, L Muchc?doc, Piney Point, Kinsah and Cone. On I KIDAV MORNINGS?ForCh ipel PolM U'icom.co. Leonardtown, Piney Point. St Mary s and Cone. (J11 WEP'NESDNV, (returning)?la-ave <.'on* at 4 o clock, a. m.,for St M rv s. Piney Point. Leonardtown, Wicomico an?t Ch u-tl Point On SATFRDAY, (returnlii:;)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a in., for Kliisale, Piney Point. L Ma chodoc, CurTlouian, and Matio* The A C Price will caU at the usual landings on the river when signals are made. By order of the H?*ard : ^AM.| S P sm,TH, Prwldent Alexandria, Va., June I, 1K>5. Je 15?If WASHINGTON itRA.M H RAILROAD. /^IIANGE ??F HOL RS.-Oaand ^ft.-r Men ^ ' day, the'J3d Instant, the Trains w ill Leave Washington at 6 and a. i<i , and J an.! 4^ p. m. < <n Sunday at l)f p. m. Leave Baltimore tt 4 jfc and tf y a m . and 3 am! 5* p. m. On Sunday at 4 a m. ap 23?tr T II PARSONS. Agent SEA BATHING AT OLD POINT (O.M OfrORT. NEOF THE B ALT! .i<?KE STEAM PACK ET CO.'S STEAMhRS will _ -[p . lehve the Union Dock, f-.s,; of 1 i&g f i'n'iT' cord street. Baltimore, daily (Siiiu'av s excepted at 0 o'clock p m.. for Olti Point Comfort iC7~ Fare there and bac* ?t'??giving the )^a>h< n gers the privilege to remain the whole season. M N FALL;*. A-e-it B. S p. Co Baltimore, June 1?tr ALEXANDRIA Ac WASHINGTON BOATS. fllHE Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON will X leave at the following hours. _ _.n?? Fare I'ik cents. The THOMAS COLLYER. when not ot^ ways engaged, will make trips on the route af ai taruate hours ^ Leave Washington at ?, 6, ?*, n^ , 4 ^ Leave Alexandria at 7, ?, 1#^, 1^, 3^, 4*, and P S -The Boat will leave Alex^nd.ia at ! 1 P in or immediately on the arrual of the cars h 7-4 C'UKSU.N, Upuuft. Information for Travelers._ FOR PHILADELPHIA. Pnil.ADF.I.PIIIA. WlIjilNOTON * BAL TIMORE RAILROAD?Passenper traine I**m Bait miora dail v (e*r?p< Sundays) for Phlla d*-lphla at tfjti, (Express) and U a m.t and 7 p. in. For Havre d? Gi< # at S 3tt and 11 * m ; 3 30 (Havre dt <ira< e Act out initiation Train*1 ted 7 p. iu : 7 p in train iudi every nigbt. this bring the only train on Sunuav 11a m train haa a f -ond Cla*s car at'a? l.ed fjre 1n H to Philadelphia No SECOND CLASS TICKET?* sold in the ram. TBAtS" fOI B4LTIMOBK l<eave Philadelphia at *? :*? a m , (1st 45 Eiprraa liid 3pm Steamboat) and II p. m Leave Havre de Grace at 7 Jli a m.; Havre de iJratc Accon.;nod*i;on Train* 11 15 a.m., 3.14, 5 A> p m , and ?.Uj a ra \VM CRAWFORD, Agent Baltimore. April Ju?tr ^"J MOTT BEDELL'S LINE. trsw yorjr. aj.fxasdria. wauhino. TOS CITY. A,\D DISTRICT OFCOLCM BJA PACKET* '?Mil* LINK OF PACKETS SAILS WEEK 1 LY from pier II Fast river. New York, and ?fiener if nere**ary. and la rom posed of the fol iowu<K first-class : Mewwh'rA V Hkdkil. Bedell, master New* ach'r Mott Bkdsi.l. A V T red we Li Sch'r An* D , Wm Oliver. master, Sch'r VoLasT, L. A Smith. master ^rtrr CoHMAKbKa-in-CniBr, Woglum, master "Vh'r Gkkcswat, Wilson. master These vessels are nil fast sellers, and the mastere are men of eiperlr?i^e in tbe trade, and tbe only regular lint* of\Va*bi:iglon City pocket*, Wall street, New York. P S MASTERS A SONS. Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feh 1?6m Washington and D of C. FOR MOIST VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AM) FRIDAYS-FARE. ronud trip. SI; from Alexandi ia 5 cent* ?The steamer THOMAS -tH.l.YER leave* Washington at H. and Aleian .lria at oVIork Coarbe* leave the Capitol for lie boat <it ?-}| o'clock Coach fare 10 cent* Per xins wishing tb?- coarbe* will leave their residence ivilli George \ Thomas Parker Refreshments on i! e boat Oct '.JK-tf e AM L GEDN EY. Captain. FOB THE OR ANGE AND ALEXANDRIA AND MANASSAS GAP RAILROADS r|Ml E Subv ri>?er'* Coacl.- ?> will tall for passen 1 r* ui^li to r< ,uect*;tu ? *lt iiKive he a's>ve railroad- My 1'>m' lit-| ??oniiet t v. itb the steamer* UEohoL AV.\SH INGTON or THOM ASCOLLYER, whlchicave \Va>Lin^ton at ti a m Jjj* MeaJs furnished oi the lx>at( Persons wishing the coo. nes to rail for them can have their name and reaM.ncc u rn Mr John T Killman, near tbe Capiuc ^ate; Mr Butt * dru?i ?tore, corner Pa avenue ai4 12th sf ; or at Geo i I'hos Park* r A Co.'mtoik Coaches 'dit be bad fot i Icasure Trip*, may 20?-.'m W 1 ..LI AM WtlALEY STEAMBOATS^ONNECTINO rtTll EACH THAIS OF CARS ARRIV \Y ing in Waahln^toi *?.- Alexan- jeTl"" ?Iria?The Sieatie rs THos C(?L i 'i KK or (ihORtjL WA.mII><: i??.\ \*ill make the aliove < onnec ion* lea .ng W;.sbim:ton at ti a m . for the Orange and A?r\an?i- u Car*, aud fon :ie" with th" same train nn il ?".r arrival jO" MEALS fiirn"'Led on the >?oats The Loatsconne* ? A'.'h nil tl e tra n* ;ri?m Ital 'imore. SAM'L OEDNKY, Captain iiiay 17?tf ioo,<k-o t opifs:: S-'ambnat l)is*iter* on t** TF-i(tx Wj trt.ami St'am'-omt Ihrtcivtf nden?l?rned Lave no* in < oiinte of p;e|>a' km B new fe rEAMltOA r ? ^ .. DlRKi TuKY.wLl b wUl be ^ - * 'phk r -1 ratio ieri . i- ? "\" the bo? k va uim two hundird pa^e*. i!lu* rated in the IjeM style, and ncaUv bouml in * durable manner It will ii nxi or the an(T iKTmutna book* kvkk pt BLl*HB?, and u ill I e ? book that will >*? intor entlng toalirla^^e*'of peo; le The STLaM BOAT DIRECTORY will contain a ocmplete ii?t and <ieM-riptl??n of ;;11 tl.e St^ainV'OEt* now afioat in the iVet-tern and Sou*bern water* The length model *pe?d. |<ower and toniv^e ??f >?rl Iroet. where ftnd ?>v wLum Ixtilt. the i??:neof the boa' , with the :.id?* she is ill Also, tbe naBaM of Caj-tairi* ^nd riliftrs. her a^e. !tv .Ac The ItimtJfy wiilcon <itn a lli?;?ry of SlrtunV jals aid Steam boating ^ti the V. extern wat* r*. *lnce the a{ ?U'-at;c^ uf ?train ; also a sketch of the fi?*t boat D'lllt for tte Ohf?? R<ver. with the rame of tbe buUder, com niander and owner. The RIVKR DIRECTORY wtit ronuin n Hat ii.u d?-s?T:pT-^n of all the otbajibjat n is a* t e bb that have occurred on the wb-tkf?! asueorii. srs WiiBttn, beatitifullv illustrated, with a t. . >F ALT. THOSE WHO IIA V K PBRI*HB1> Bt .HtiB irnsiMe. BixtiKe i > d BXPLoniso. on the West ern and Southern waier*. The IMrectorv >*iJ ???ntalii Mit>* of the t?hi?. MtaaiMlppi. Misaouri, Illinois, Araai -a* V\ Kite. Red. Ouachita. Yaaoo. ind other Ri\?>r*. with the Towns and 11Ue* la.d iv>wn. with corr?s t d'.*tanrea, alw. nianv other R iver ainl Comm. rrial items of Lnter?Cf to'.bei" ? pl-at large. The book Mill contain tht" (Bros of t:i" various U. S Mail Foe's, with the trtuf they a e in, A<v, Ac. Th Direr tory will also con^nin tcomplelc i;*t of aU the responsible Steaml?oa' 1/iceiiM.d OffirerB. tLeir place* of residence. Ac , ?Vr ; the new stean.lKwit Law, ita reaulrements, with comments *bowtug wherein It the ?nrvm/'rfmt tjirtr. and injurt* the toin/i'tfUt rjti"r,Ac ,A< .and all the lni[K>rtant V r* !*u preme t ourt Steamboat Derisions up to d.^te; the R ite* ai'd ini|H?n?siit <tumm<T< ial Privilege*. Bill* ot l..id.ni!. itu).'?naitt l>eirisioiiN of the various U. > <rourta in i-.'ard to Freights 1 os. and Damaged, Vr . i.c. ; v itL n.nny olhwr ihm^i of iitteTeol I he 1Mrerlory will tie lllusiratod in the best "tvie. end pritiled in tbe be>t manner. The au -bor ba* for six year* 1 wen ifatheriuc together ail the facts end Jteuis In record to the uumerotia ?teasnb??c.l dtsa.->'.ers on the \\ estern and Southern waters, aud now intei.d* publishing them in book ..i.:ii Tbe price of tl.e work will be put at the !? w s'ltrj c.? J >i;e 1? ihr Ten thousand copiea will ?e issued for tbe lxnttiu? n , ?il othe.s desirous of ? iturribing. will >-ave to do ?o at on<e. as none v. ill be printed unlew < rde:?d in ad^"an<-e The vjuk Is destintxl to have h clrnJaT:on uf ?>ver KltrllTY TIlOl'sAND copies, a* the publisher* ire rereiving la'^e tuiiiUrs of subsrriberv |ier mail, from all ,*arts of the coi:utry. datly Some ?f the o!?ir-st Invitmrn. as well as u.o*t sclentitic me:i of the tiuie*. are contributora to the Steam bout Ditectorr. The Dirertory will oe Issued in October, and will be an ornament ?:? the ictior a< well as steam ? ?oat By remitting One Dollar ?|s>^t |<a:ii.) you will ie? eive a ropv of tbe above work. Ali coiuuiuni'ations and ieturs should be ad dressed to JAMES T LI.OYD A CO , Post Office Building, Cincinnati, t?Llo. Jy 7?lrn DR. L. B. WRIGHT'S JNFAILINQ "SCEOFULOUS ANTIDOTE." 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