Newspaper of Evening Star, July 30, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 30, 1855 Page 4
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E VfiXiMG STAR. 4m . SOtfOW ;oi ' ?=" i.H lirtft t?inT^niwtt?~?onv. - Of featlekm aad bright romance J. ;- -? B*.'\o?b?w^??? were "' rj<i A mute the fr?e and hold !? ? ? '?} J ' Mv hands tba: ir*aa harpihAll *W*ep. ? A V Till from each "troke n??wH?<rainH nroil: \nd fortb lb* M>.ind\|R #cho? lfcip.' To join.th: aroiuyu^ ?onii of toil; Till in?ti c* AiirtdfWTr *Woifrh** ou4?ftciik. - * Aiid*fiouuhKa|waJse hi kirtdrM M"hd} And stirring words shall never w^ak, Afld (?W-Kr'tw-K^ntf"' 1 ' ?" A d. rm lilri? ioO.Y oVr *oifl and ?mf. I'ba' j r- harp. wb*?trfe:i smut* Are l^?bot'.? tir^htv igMrutnenji*, Shall sh.itu the tYirwrte* rif motfiTk^g* r And ring claxe?and anvil TVW? A nd iitm* pliulh itatii rfj U. ?r Afti h 7 " ? ? .; . < 1 ??.., i?' WAra ^Vll* K>i IImI sJB Row.?-* Bcliolil.'h'iv great a matter a iUtlft fire kind let h." St. Jamo;-, 3oh. ."? v. "r'u ' A pre >t row w ?> raised in a boarding h >use in .W ff Y o ?k ? a JAitf ie *? ;.?*f that. ;????. a'.lfcb ?rt '??v?*fcg *ip*a.? il'h's..j useful .* atii. tvn>?!???* |f?KM efvlutnkurf. which hung intheroom of one of tlie g*'{?U?irj| men boar?lir.;. was broken hy dr?ign ?>r acci the good*^ scattered ??\cr the pra easterly .directi jh, lLile^. Ircf kettle*, ilu-J, 'diwr^ayy ojlLle*. W ?' "halt shell Tbta roiywUhawrith <?1 wer-'l ut her in mo irf'Tfa*!4^t^e orvhoni | itc-l?* rt i*>t?v etfrr* >ve bt>Tr<frr. *M ?# 4c-" vere fight fii flMWif tf&m^nt* *neh a large i>r >wd % < ?n front of th"** li use tfovtttfe ear* th* Sixth jtri.l >:igh?h vvenn?iiUilrM<?4'iH>r?Nb)KnSli|TA Word was ssirtrWJ -Ut* fMiW> Uffa;. whi?| ^ergemt Brown, officer Matthews, attached tolhc Teli'gnpli iMtvMvcr.il of the Rtavrve J'oiivemau, ruudywy, hilt arnvi d just i. uetv ? t?> ivo iate ;|*ir_ihc .ti^ht. i Thev. jy?e* >V ??>'">'..<#*? viceabk- inasypeVMiig the handrcl of j><-rs"*j. tbere ardcl.. Thv^CL lleman who cons^.Umenlei.lu-i pl:u;o .^o leit handflly. vr.i? h' ! firclv l>v b.CK? I and ctflf* ?ilufimSTKre<5l^'itVi^*.'Mr,f^t?i,S;>f:.?d *1 *>pposing fhctio'b, tb<? / btin> d v^lo/I ! ji^aiiiSt ifael;, ?fa.> Fullj iitile t-? t.iie# a,t a tiuie. b?H ioW.ai once lie thou^lti was ?i liiiu.^ it rather too ,*trocg. Uetore ffaa ci^iieuitul was over ih? mjvred indiriduul .* frioTtd^tatnc in thick. <3atn? f?id tlr?f n few favorite* had it all thefr own wav \u-fh^'l^af. "A- fnr*her . outbreak n S3 a?'{preb^n<i i rate at i.i^ht, but I the ThiM Ward r. >licc kv.'1't tin* t iosi: :i w."itell | for them togorJFlaitriiafsiin. *??!?? :: / ?.?.> 1*1 * ??'(.? !f if, a /* ? Great Gale ax M vkiett.\. Iowa.?Mari etta, th'icouuty s^atof 3tfan'!;aYl County, I >waj *as vHt#d bf* tprrit)!" s;r?r:n Week before last, whjeh hIo>7' d -wn fen <>r nv^lve'dwetlir:^ L'>uscj, i?hyrv- aiij ?ti?rea, lu sidt ?5 doing a ?reat amount f>f .liiiuage in fiber rei?p*scL-. <lue man wlii.M' irnivj caught tire ditrtntr the gale, and who fttten?pto<4. with a vonir^ ebiKl in |xi? arui?.' to rcs^h a ttoigtihonnj houA?. wa? caught ly the mfrl ar.J c3rri?|I *'Ter a mile1. Hi* wife, with Khotnef child. H:ij? *iyttana(e ii4 finding a l?-iaiHjr.tj y ^UelWr ou t^o ?leewura,.| *ide ut' A-Oatn,. win re *Ue ^UA>d tor boar- ex p.??;?d ta a tom iix ei' ran. no; darine, to ven ture forth lVon. ii-r hi'Hi ?"T?!a:?c till the *Hnd aah.-ided. - H*?e-rwH*rw ^fbMwn &nrl the go>>j? scattered ?.\er the prairie ly aa ? n pub, tin were uurled great di-'t ir.v-.*. The r.ti:? iu tiie meantiioe tame aown torr- nU. U??t- iw: in~ in one or tw> n??4acc' -? k** 4n?wi? w4r?i? families. an?l the acvbrofMnying t!iunder anfl'-'tr^htrmi*' were w twnie < to ni'iSe some of the .-rout cit heart? qu i!. "ur fr^'irnikrfr. V gentleraao re-idiit^ at 1 n;*>p. nd-jh^.'4r?I wn ) passed thr- ugb t ill' town T.isi wev*i, *iiys tlj.it many of the ir.Ua bit a lit- uue ucxr dyii^r fruua>beer fright,,, n?v ir having vrliuefKtl anything a thousandth pait ?o i '*p^le a,- thi.<f>rairk>.^aJ<'. ,| ilaanriiMi rnB CoxsnrrTiox ? M< r? talk about '? iiartifiiing the con^Uta;iou,and. with that ,\iew, expo>e fb'em.-elvei? V.summer'st run siucf win'er * W grains and over ct i ?rt-. arid Uiac> umit-i e??4uy hardship. To the same en?i ill-iidoaned luothci* &->u.~> taeir iil tle intwm-* ii> ?<*!?! wiiU f 4ay by- d?y, their j>kio. attii-flesh s.i:<i b--?lif- a< steadily growing rougher and thinner. w.-'ak-r, until slow lev#i'. or w itcr ui< tot br in. or -e? ui-umpttvu of the b?weis. carries ta-.-m to thoigrave : sod then they ?dmin?^<ef t??theta.?Qfvw tte? s^Bii comfbnitrt ruthcr q?e>^i?m?ble ennsolatHn, *>f it* being ft ^injrteri j.> d^jvn?irirvr!M of Provider.-1. when ln^a^i ^rovnle^co^ had no- | tiling writli ?t. lit-' works uo mi,iaelY* to counteract our follies. . "... .... Ti*e be t way I ki.ow. oC hardening ih? eon i?tituti?m. i- to t*?*?* s ear ? ot1 it, fur it 4* no more 'improved Kt harsh tr?**iir.rnt. than ^armtr.t or n?-W h;tf i.< niado better hy heing fa iigcj ab ut ?hl'tr. Journal of lfrulth. *??- ? ?*" ' .? ? "Z ^ ' Tmk ftioc tiirtLsi?An AbcrJ"eii pan<nv K'.atfi rijpi in ^10,vamutJlul u?wu <d Taia wui a population t i >nio 4 000 ?ou <. tbei*r h*< . not Mr^ii K^iigiV aiaiva^t: ff>c .tweivo m< J ^ ? P ? ? ? I. . _ i. .1.. MOVEMENTS OF Ot KA^I ?fKA>IKR?. A'ano.' L :ir?s F?r J Day. VS'aibia^t Asia,, Ariel. IZ7~ C.*lif?rnia tUaaycth i?i3?e htw York on the jtL and 2bUi of each niouth. iRRIVALii AT PfllMCIJ'AL ilOTCLI. *** ' ~ ? a a ? . j .BrewnV Hetel^v. r. A at. Bkov/a. T Blflwrn. ft 'CfWalikh ' S Boyd. Va . L>\V Phelps, and fain.' H F ritif*.>w, 1*3 Mt-*^ Ftillkou. di> T A Miller and family, r> Woltf. do Ohio L?r? Fur Pay. ia^U'n..Bnra,^, Xew Verk..JuIy 13 Liver pool..... Bch>tofi July 'J1 Havrt New York.. July'21 K ni^Usuu i> a -1 L ?. ?t ' u ? IW ,ln Mite StotI^st reel. do wVir^rCil Mi" HuUlft, do c?uE;W i- - tli \J P" K W Bell', do 7 re UMirforth, W Johnson, V? Mi*"* j<?Uii?vn do fi Hardin^^a T HiUon YU*trw ?, Hard.n?. fa^ A Witev. do Mi-is Bridgforth, do A C B.-;d'.orth, do 3 Rose tsfnt. Md J M Millar ? M Mrs Jdlll.%1 1. J A Sdd-rJ Ija ^ tJ VV Garne'fj V* Wmtr Ja* Ilete!-n? * ?r :. p.^vtLLAga. Mr Wat>on <? ti T^lottj Pa P H l.o'^d. iia P Kin*, N S . ^ J Tuttiu, ^ C Tjier, ky ? C S Wlijder. 1,'SA Mi>? Pcnibcrtou, Va Air* E A Beatty. J la W C Scott, do Miw -Vdair, do J K 8ca?K* \ W Chi<bv, do Miv N Tyler, do Air, B Tiler, Ky J H Tvl-r, do , Alis* Tyler, do U 'J* piU;uau, d>?, ? " i * . i American Hotel?iseklkbowkr i i.ovsix 1. M.i*on, VVa>hm r- David I^igal, do * ton Acqued ?ct rtFSvift^du " Jan B'trn, Bat t* ti l.tirott, Washing \V WkHaa, do ton t?< tpicdot k ^ tunrliug, Florida J J Ea?*jn. .Xil Jas Mrl>ennont Pa J Y Fisb. Va CC Moms*;n, \V*>b- ? Kan^hmnn, l>C ington Acqiiedo? k J F Va C 1*^ Brown. Bait A J Ci l? ito ji A L?eH*ell.do Win Blakly.do J B Col/""*- ' 1 ^peacejBer, do Kirku'aad Me?*e?/. n A a. irsiwoot, 11 Blank, Mas* ' ZCJ*tt< ? XV H Linton. Md w III Owen Cai .M Lmw. K V- -? ^ &J' BV1fWO|i, Q J C C lark. MM J* A^arling & lady, A J Cr.i.mar, Pa * J C Wlatwe I, N Y II v/UU>?ld. \> *i W U^fPtt. Va ? K \Vili:.HW. M*a> . ?r P GMbtoaa. do T B Knox. Va WV^Utob. do. T J* Hirt, fHY Nntieual Hatel?f o. wilLats. \V 11 f.dbtrt, Tj J M Conner, O W B Hartley, NV J Mnrphy. Md 4i C Lewi?,do . J P Mandefvn. Ireland J Hall, Va J A Oanalitfr, Md W A tioicen, Md K C J?iuj*on, H<: j M J*? hwart/', dA ? ?? M Kutland,.do *i ft Sumaer*. do -N S Turner, Va ? D Lcfeboe, l>a W C Smltb, JfC ? R Martin. NY. Jas M Baker. Fla C K Welter, VS ' ' * Was *f gtua?t, Va O M Jone?, .NC Mlu Mary Stuart d<v .N Harris, Ala ^.M 1.MWT, do W KflM.'Mti W E UVImter.tfrt ?? . >V C Taj lor, K j. ? I ?. .iott,,. Medical,.:n;. *n? ?> it i iRTBir? t> ~r r. SPANISH MrXTtTRE. ttU; GR*"*^rCftrFYtfttbF thr gfiooDi 'l " SOT A FARTICL* Ul M4.Rj0t.kY IX IT- ? AN INFAEMHLK RHMEDY for.:Scrofula, Hum'* Kvil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutane ous Eruption*. Pimpln'oi P MttiKs on the face. Blotches, Hods'. Clidb-iV Sore. Kyes. fling Worm <?r Tetter. Scald Head. Enlargement and Pam of the Bones and Joint*, stubborn l:lrer?. Sy philitic Disorder*, Lumbago. spinal Com plaint*, ahdafl ttie dl?**;e?M *rW*c from an in j??dic ?i? n??of JMeme iiVt Jaspridence m Life, pr Impurity of the Blootf. This vaM ahj.e medicine, which hw become celebr??'"d fortbe number of extranr i dioarv cores. e!f^ted thrush Its Hgenev. has In dued the proprietor*., at 'h^nwlji request of their Mends, to onW it to tii*> pnbtie. Whicb they do with the utmost contiderfee i?i itx Virtue* and won* derful curative properties The following rerttfl '?.ites. selec ted fro**-1 lat^e number, are. however, stronger testiiijoj^y jhanjh* merewnsd of th? pro, prieti?rs; and Rr<? all {VaWi vetiftMii* u well known j?>ih?-ir lf?etlHtV?s, sod of the highest res|??riabUi H". many of tUtiu re* tdjnii, in. the CltV nf titarid. Va ir P. BUWvkJ Aef. at th^ iStctjingt T?P^1, R iQhmond, known t-vcrywh'Tc,, he has seen : the* Wcdkine /ailed C ahteIt's SrA*v? Mfx riTRK, administered In over a hundred esse*. in nearly all flie dfycascy^rir uhi<;h it Is rw^tnmend ed, with the rti'vd good Vvsrrtts. He (*a.\s it the mo^t extraordinary medicine he b*s ever t * -M> L U A Sit > /?: VJi A'-?-G tiSAT C Vli E.-~ 1 her*)>y i^rljfytant for .three ycttr* I had Ague and Fever of the most violent d??criptiou. 1 hail sev eral Phykiirians, u?tk Urgi: quantities of 'iuiuine. #errorj..*i;ji.| *11??.? Tonic* advertised, biM^all without permanent relief. Aj. last I tried Carter's >|>air??tj Aktpiwft- Ijwojbbhles of whlfH trail* iiiwd ipe ind 1 an happy to sav 1 ..have had neither chill* or fevers si we. i con sider it the l**a t'mite in (feYf l*orbt?'iilMl theoiily medicina tfi;;We?er uu'caMt. , , , ' . JoUN i;l?NfUPFX. hBu wki-J1 r,<n, uear 11^ .WiHHidj.V* ' C. II Is (J?"K. Jv-q., naw ui the city vf R|cb finud. and for n?t?v v*tt| Ui the. Post. Oflice, has sue h lonhdcnce in the as o.nshuij: f ihi atyof I'ar ? ?j-'rf Swinish MivlncP^'iMt he nan bought ?iJ? U'.ir?l? of .> hoMt^s. uitirh he Uris ?;iven away to *b?"atlK'ted. Mr (,nek say* be b-t? never known it to fiiil w|Mt?Jnkeft.<i?vd|*Hutt M?.diroctiou?. l)r. MI\tiK,a pra? tisin^ i'hytdclan. and for ta? riy of rhe City llnM; iti ftiprliV of Hiehniond. says be has witnesw'd in a u Mil tier of instances the ett'eetn of C.i*er*s r*?v?ni?h Miitnre, which were most ?r;?lv Karprtsi?U. IP" ?iy*1n h ease of Otrrsnmption. dependent on the I.iver. the wood e#'?*? t>? were wA>a<ierfnl 1;ide*d .'i-* SAM I Rf. tT T>K1 N KER, of the tlrmof Drtn ker A Morris, It chfrtpi.d. W<*,s > ijre^l of l^ver .rnpiplaint of three yens vtaudinii. by th<? n.^e of l?o tK?ttl?*<"?if f *rtt*r *- >paTrt<ll W r<tilw?. 1 Oil EAT ('CRE OF SCKOTULA.?The Edl tor* of the RJchtnoud Republiran had a se'vant employed {? their press room, cured of violent 5erofnla. combined with Rhenmatistn, which en tirely disabled tiTfn from fcvork. Two bottles of Carter's SjMtuish Mixture made a perfect core of hito, and 'he Editors. In a public notice, sa\ they ''cheerfully recomnft^ud it to all wi.o are .lillicted with any disease of the blood."r STILL AtiOTHER. CI HE OFSCHO f ULA. dJiad h vn(Y vaiaavlc ?n?)'. a of ScrofiiLt by Carter's Spanish Mixtnre I . onsider it truly a vaiaa!>le w?KUijune- JA.?IE?< \L. fW i.OR.Citn dar*Toroii the K. F.and P. R. K. Ca., UicuiuonU, VI. nsk.t Salt hhf.vm of twfxty years STAXD/Mi ( JllFlt ? Mr IOHN THOMP SON. residbi" in the < itvoi" Kictnnoad. vkTi*cured by tbr?*e boit^s-or Ca?i*r'rt H*ii?iish Mixture, of Salt lthewm. wWet he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the nhY?u'ir?n^ of the < ity could not enre. M/. Thoitip^ob is a well known merchant In theVllj'o* RKhiirtWd,'ahd hi-?ctire is most remarkable W Al. A. MATTHEW S. of lJichu.oud, had a servant cufed of Sytiiiilis? iu the WWt form, by Carte.-'s Spanish .\iixture He snys he cheerfully recommends it, aud.t qik>id?.ri> if a very iuvaluttble medicine. EDWIM KI RTO.N. ?o<umissioner of the rtve nie. says he ha-, xeeii the 3?x*l eh hih ot C?i'?( l S|ianb?h Mixture in a tu:inner of S chiltlM ?*??>?, fe"d say.s it is a perfect cure for that hu>rlble dls e<ise. \VM. G. HAK\vb(iji)j o* HichiTiOiid*. cured of OTd Sores and Ulcer*, which disabled L'.m from walking. Tv*A a few bottles of Carter's Spanish M lxture, aad was enabl > d U? walk yvithout a crutch, iU<i short time peruujienjy cured. Principal D? jwts at V WARD, CLOSE A CO., No 6h Maiden Um. N? vv ^ ork. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, So 198 North Second street. Philadelphia. BENNETT A BEERS. No. !?? Main street. Richmond. Va. And for sale by CHAR EES STOTT. Wa^hlnL' roa,D.C.; HENRY PKEL, Aletandrii, and Cy Druagists everywhere Price fl per'bottle, or tsi* bottles for fS. ?ep *1?1 y ? INHALATION for ths erne or ASTHMA AtfD C017 3U2irTI0N. K E iV A WD VERY WO Xii EM UL 1 I ! 'DEtYG-^'illXruCk. Brsujjht home to the dour ?( the AliUiouT A WON DERI- IT. discovery h?s rCcentTy lieen % t made by Dr. Cnft's. of'rtis c ity, in the ireat nienl of Consulnt'tion, Asthma, ana ail diseases of b- Lun^'r . WenTerto A?r CURTIS S HV tiEANA. ..r IN HA. ISO fl Vt.EAN VAPOR, AND CrtK%nV SYHf 1*. Wifb th's n.-w mc- ] th'd. Dr C. ha< restored in*ny itfliet.d ws to hed:h. as an evideisce of which he ha- innumera bi?-rtrtittcat ?s S|)*-akinrof u,e treatment, a phy ikrita remarks. ?;!t is evident thct ir-haiin-,; ?con stantly breathing an agreeable heai-ni^ vapor?the medicinal i?ro;'ert>* come in dFr?-1 contact with the whole art.:! ravit es of *'ne lnn^s, and tfcun e?cape the many ami varied changes produced npoii them when iiQidoc ?11 'oche stomach, and to the prore^? of digestion." The Hy^?e <r.a is fo; sale a' a:l tne Drn^?ist? i nrooghout the | country.? S. Y Dufhinrin Jan 14. | Ti e luhaier is wor'. ov L-- breast ur.der the lin en, with?rit the least 'u o.?vtnience?the bent of tha body Mi suAclent to evaporate the fluid. H Uid/edi of ?.a.*ei? of cur.-.., likt the following, m'jjat be riaiiicd Onepacka^of tar. iiyjjc....a l?j> c^ed moof the Asthma of six year? stand.iu;. , J. If. KEEaBEiLRY, P. M. of Duucannon, Pn i ?li c.u;ed uf the Asthmf of ten ye*r~,: standi nj f by i>r. CarL.i s 'l< o. ?i,a i AlAttftAilET xiAt lON Brooklyn, N. Y, HKS PAt' I#, of No. .? H*!! mofad street, N. Y., cu.ed of a sevi ri cue ef Bruneiriti* ny the My ?.'tcr aa? .ic-.,*ed q! a d. ,!ier.dug court !?*? .-eiaiyears'^iandm?, an^ decided to U- la f *aoidt?y tii - r.V ..?i? luas. sje U'.Ci.'.h by the H /yean.i l.k Ok iiiERT, P M. ? , . .. . _ . f aaoidtiy tiier.il , .,n luiih. she waa curvd iu one Ci^i.th by the Hygeana ikbiuond. Mc. T'ne F-w \)f Cl.|i t'.VKK of New York, teatl tJo. ?f ?Hir medicine a ?he following lan^Hatje: Nfcw Yof<, Nov 15, l-Ci!. .D^arSir: f tnluk Ll^Hy of Dr. Curti*'K Hygd aua as a remedy in d.*?ise? o2 tl.'e thro-jt and lilng.i. Having hud some *Pfort ? ityto testSTy lit elflea cv, 1 am conviuceil Viat it is a aiostexteilent rem edy, both the Syrup and ihe inhaling applicatitm to the chest. Prof. S. CEN TER writes u.* as foliows: tjenliemru?1 have teeeuUy bad otcuwoui to test yfur Cherry Syrup and llyoean V ap?ir. in a ease of chronic, sore throat, that Had refund to yield k> otter forjiis uf treatment, and Lite re-sidt ha* saiis hi*i me that, whatever n ay '<e the con.position of your preparation, it is no imposition.but an exeel fe*it remedy 1 w isli, for Ur <ake o? the adiicted, that it iiu^ht be brought witWn the rea* h of all. DK. JOHNS, one of the most ee!ebr? si Physi cians in New York writes as follows : l>r. Cwrtis?iVar Sir?Having witnessed the efi*eile!it ed'eets of your UN'geaiia or inhaUag Hy geau V^yorand Cumy Svni|?, incase of Chronic IJpoiK hi'-.s, ?uil )>e.mo ninth 11. f^vorcf eoe.r.ter ir ritation iu i:|>ct,.0!i#of tH"*t*?ro.it. Bronchial tubes aad liHi'/s, 4-can therefore < he< r?u!'v racotumead, yaur Medicated A pa > at us as beiag the most con venient and effectual mft?le at apulying anything of h* kiiid Phave'aVer stjen.' \i? doubt thoufcaod*? of perv;i.* r." .> be reileved, and many cared, by laingyour tuedulue., I must here bo allouva tc x^nJVss tliTU I ain op posed to prescribing or ukittg s^rw toqjpounds, Ci.t tb!*? little ncaHy contrived artrele. and Its ef fects iu iu c.?se above alliided to, huve ind icd me to speak tu'vi* ^.'vor You are at liberty to ^2 'bis In any way yon [ isay think proper. jHespectfrtliy, yours. AO., C. JOHNS, M D , Titi Uoi{sU>u sheet, N. Y. IViee tbrw?doH?,,%a.P:M,^f ?*? Sold by CURTIS rt i\fc JlilUNS and BOYD A ^'?i 119 Chambers st,, N . V. . _ , i- our p?ekai(ett s~n' free to ai.y part o. ^4? ^n?* tf<l StatHs for ten dollars. N ?Curt.- k Hygcg:,* ^ tUe ORlO-fNAL and ONL\ GENUINE ARTICLE: all otheht J? limtai.o?is9 or iuitirioun Counuff* fritft. fcbun ibrin ah yen would POISON. For sate in WaahXOgtoa by CHAS. STOTT. fa avenue, near Ttfj street{ anft J. ft MOORE in the First Ward. ' may?<?6m ' SHIRTS MADE 10 ORDtCIt tJentlemen s bwst <piality of Shirts made t? measure and warranted to tit, at the lowest New York prlceVI IV>AM, A. STEPHENS, I iU Pa. avenue, next to Iron Hail JyU-a iiNew?; I ?\ 'JLT Medical/ DOCTOR HO O V L ill U' ^ . CEl.liRRA.TBl) GERMAN BITTEfcS, - ? riVPfKivt mr- * ? Dr. C. M. JACKSON. Philadelphia. Pa., WllL RtTRiTCALLV rrRK ' LIVER COMPLAIN*, DYSPEPS IAr Jotnrfirt, Chroitir or Xrri%nu* Drbility, D*t~ easf.i of (frr K,idA'VS) aw# nlf arising frtm n linhrkrtd I.ir^r &r 8(4fHAr\. ' Su. h a? Constipatiort. Infant Pile*. Fnllnes*. or Dlood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach. Nan "*a. Heartburn. Dts/u?t for fw>d, Pulianw. ?r Weight in theStomach, Sour l'.rnctaliony. Sink lug or Fluttering at th# Pit of the Stomach. Swimmingof the Head, Harried .ami Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Hepft, Choking or S'lfl'ixwtiHs Sensation? whe.u in a iyin^ Pasture, Dimness -?>f Vision. Dots of Wens before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head. Defi ciency ?f PcrKpnatiotiv" VeTlowrtesR ftf the Sk1? ?nd F.ve*. t?njn in th?> Side. Hack. Cheat, Limbs he., Sudden Flushes of Heat Bnrniog in the FWh,-i.'bust.mt hrta$itiltj^t>f KVil-, and great Depression tit Spirit*! *? ? ? - . ^ THK PROPRIETOR, in calling the attefltlmi of the mjbiic -to prefHU-atioti-d^es *o with '.* feeling of tj.e ?lmvsi conaaen< e tu Us virtue atrtl adaptation of if to the Lseafjs for which it is recommended/-- " j i It s nonew.and uflfrieft anirle, but one thai has stood the test ora ten years' tr'al before the Amer ican t?eople. apd it* re potato m ?od *?!? i? unri valled by any aiindar prep,ualiuy-< extant.' The testimony in its 1i|Vt>r giv?'ij by tlie most promi ?e?t and MfeU?kupWH ^iy*uciaus aaid iud' vJduals, |i all parts of the country is 'immense ' The. fol lowing from North Carolina is respectfully sub milted. referring any who *uiy ftiti donbt. to tho .-?Memorabilia.-'1 or Phiutical Ro< cipt Hook, for Failiters and Families. to be L al gratis of all the Aleuts for thoGennau Hit'ets. Principal Otftce-atid Manufactory. llJQ ARCH STREET. PHILA.PflEI k H f/?( PA 1 ' * v "? *1 ~ TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA.' iCflt! Awl' brbr;\$' i>f }'m< hbn, RuH ? > tnpnif fit*Mite. r?\iK SliT.r., Mr^M. i^m, :.f\rk *ny. Pb?lart?'lr?kin? Deaf Sir: 1 have l>etyi >i jaib,e'"t v' pys'p^f"^*'*^ W#* lorn,, for the lasl'iKVyWrv. Such was my cotidi tion for !WeTWlrrtST?T?iiTrhftTttirT,hT*ir^iiTrs-anf| ail fflw miw me *aicl I V>'ijjl^ this con dition 1 was innicd m v'ir /i'lij. Temifssre. a;fd Nitrili Carojina. but w^s not benefited by any water to which I wa* t*kvn; While <u) n?y_Way home 1 stepped a week at R uth erfordton, a .sma.ll villaid* In North Carolina, to try the efi'ect of some Caalyheate water in that place. About the la^t of tli? week I went into <? ilni^ s'ore to yet soritc rr-fdirine for niv child and iiiyself. There were several of the village jibV-i riaus in the store and on? of them seemed to ;ake some interest iii my. ca^c, ai^d, aitT asking m"' some questions, said he h?d been a dysp -pfic and had been ireatly benelitted bi'4he u-e of HOOF 1>M)'S GKRMAN RITTK1W, prepared hv vo t. ;uid he insi-ted that X would '.ry the Hitters' He also called the next'dSy at nhf roouS. and in sisted so much that 1 would ?ry them that 1 asked him to ifet one l>ot?i'\ tie did it, and i com menced taking it as ti.r?'ch d. anil 1 w^.s moie hen ??titted by it than all tue wai- r ioid lru'iiicine I had ever taken. After rtachinsr horvje one ?xf mv neighbors camt to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dys peptic.) and 1 gave hiii\ nearly, all the Hitteih ! hail left? which ted iiineu <roo?i in bis case lie has often called on m<- for mo.-.'of the same" kind of mediciae. saying l?e was uiore l^'iietitletl oy it than o4>y other lit: had taken, biit I have not been able to gel any tno<e for him or rr.yseif since; will you, therefore, pl-v e *i??- a dozen or Hi >re as soon as roetf iblt:, Resfteclfidiy, yo:irs, W. SMITH. I). R IIOdKKR. Rover's Store, Wake Co., N C , Octolxtryti, -a\-.,. '? Haviu""fn*fttie ns?? of HOOF LAN 1?'S i.F.RAl.W IHTTKRS in Chronic Dysentery aitd i??iowal denim/emenl .if ihc i.lvrtr. anil its ?oiicomitnnt evils. 1 amtltKirona of obtaining a oniftntitv of^t for Hik t*n?et-l of my eoRimiinity. \ on will, therefore, please-send a lot, fcc., Cl'RTlFICATK OF U V| i ATWOUD. Hwnt^vilIi:, YatlWiri'o . N.c J NoveinWr 1st. !*??.?.) Dr. C.M Jacksor?Dear Sir : Allow metoet press to vou n.y sincere thanks x'?r voiir discover',' cf a ru^dicine which, to say the leaM of it. Lis ef ftstcda cure that ail other n^-diciiies, ihat I have taken, have entirely failed todo. H OOF l.AND'S Ijl'.RMAN HITTKRS have eured n, ofthe mo" stidiboinand ijirra rated c <?t' tuj ml it* tha'', perhaps, ever fell to tha lot of m..a. Alyccu?eis not a stranger (n lh'is iu?nii?itti y? as i iuu well known in loin an.t the t.iiri'onnd<n<f counties, and can truly say that my r^covcy has astonnd-id all my friends and relations, as l had tried everything ref-orr.mended, a.id nothing r*M ine any good un til 1 V.TIS prevailed upon to try t iw iift*" -;. Yon at* a* liberty to make i / us. of tkiaoaMmi a tion for tbv oeneht of the aliiii '.ed, you may thins propax. Truly, yours, \VM. J ATWOOD. The^e bitters are smir- ly vgnnht*. t'm-v invig orate ar.d strengthen the syt.i.einf n?ver prostrate it. and ran l?e used for 1 ifaiits us well as adu'n. For sale bv respectable dealers ev*ry\/here, and by '/ D. GtLMAN, Wasdiin^on; J L. K!U \VF.!.I., Georgetown, a.id i. R. i'lKRPONT, Alexandria. 4 ntar I?ly PR1VATK MKDIt Ai TRCATliE OH THK PHIL030PHICAL VIF.W Cr AkKUJWE, ? M. B. LA CKer, M. Dm ALBANY, V V, '[j* st?n Pali's *nd i3l> Fine, 1 lain, Uj.d Colored 1-itho^iap'u-. aiid Pla?.t <. Price only Twcnsy-kive <Jealk. f>'*t Frit nf Ptntazc to nil prr'- *f t.i' Union. rniUAPL^T HOOK I'.VWt PUBLISHED? Vv aud containing ntarly double the auaatity of reid ing matter in that of the ?T?. FIFTY Clv?T OH 1W.L- {c[ IJVR PL'IB.iCATiONS. It treat- to.' i'hi SiOi-- i.?? OGY OF MAKRIAG", and the Secret Ir^r-n! ' ' ^p!vSiii ..i.d Disorder of ^'orrb rrrt " " Ma'.'irlty, resulting frutn er cesses, which d"droy the "v^j physical and mental pow-*-?. ^ ers, with Observations on Manaj^c, its duties and c^.-quarC'ations, and their remedies; with L!*togra; as, iUuiU.?tin<; the Anatomy and Physiology. c.uC Diaea.~ - .of the Rf piodactive Organs of botL tescs, their structure, uceS; and fun.tion.s. A popular and ecrnprrheu sivt Treatise on th^D itle> and Cau?alt*es of sip., gleand m3rrr?-d life?happy and fhiitful alliances, mod.* of securing fftem?MifellCft'Hitani Infertile ones?iheir obvhdion and removal,? important hints p> ljie.se contemplating ^-atrlmony, that will overcoir.: objections to It; i.one. however, s'uocld tske thh;import?nt 'Icpwilho- - onsultiiig Itu pag''v?commentary r , the d"s? isesatid mt^uicsl trealm nt of fein*.?-s from Tafar.oy 'n otd <i^e, each cine graphically illustrate 1 by bratitiful lithogn oiiic ; htti^-aerroof 4M?ifity, itss^auses ?vd by a jirocesH at once so inipl?, safe, and eflect ird tllat wllure is iniposs:Wt>?rules for a? dv nianage inent?an essay on ?porrrt'itcrrt-*a. witn prae'le d ob^ervatioas on a v;!f"r aud more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on 'he ovWs re> siiltiiii fro?i ??itit?lrici?l practice?an essav on all dLsea.es arising jrom iiiaiacretion with plain end simple ral?* by which aii r<*r ;oi.s cin cure thein ?,*lves without mercury?remedies for those self i illioted mWtories and disappointed hones so un fviriiuiaieiy prevalent in thevoong. Itjsa triilh ful advisertothe marriednn?i thosecontemplatiug marriage. lts.|?eroKil i-> particuiarlv rncommeiid j e?l to jh rsons entertaining secret doubts of their ! physical t ouditiou. aud who are conscious of n.iv ing hazarded the health, happiness, ami privileges la wlikh every human beiu^ u untitled. Price TWKNTY-F1VK CF.NTS i?er copy, or Five Conie* for One Dollar. Mailed lite of post age to all iiarts of the United States. N. H.?. Those who prefer may consult Dr. I, A CROIX upon auy of tne disease* upon which this l>ook treats, t ither personally or by mail. .Mitdi ciJi?. sent to any part oi the L niou aci-ordin^ to di rer>ion?, safely packed and tax*I illy ured from ;tll observation. Address Or. M. Li LA r.ROI\. No ^l Maiden l^iue. or I'ost Othce l!..x Sill. Albany, N . Y. tJtiiee open d.jly f.om in. to y p. in , I aotl on Sunday from *J until !i p. m JI~r4ijllce RFMOVKU from No. K Heaver st. to d Mmufii Ltuuff Albuny, V. dec 7?y WATCHES, JEWELRY, . S/LVEH IVA R.B, it. VI. \y. OA LT ?V. HRO. are coiuluudy receiving large invoice*of; the above, vnu oner every article in their line at the lowest rale*. GOLD AND SILVKR WultK of every de scription made t?j order, such a,-' TESTlAIO } Nl.\ I S. rkhlveinl>ertished, with appropiiatede i signs, SII VLIU TEA SETS, D1NNKR SKR. y^CKS,4c. '? . ?? Precious Sioncstiti in e<ei y ?;/!<?, howevereiab arat??. -? ARMS, CRESTS, MOTT.PES, Ac ; rut on stone J M. W. tiALT tt hliO , 3*4 Pa. av., between Ninth and Tenth sts. <e U-tf ~T IAiKS, PERFl'M PR Yf TO I LET ARTI clen, kc.?We have now in store a large vari ety of line and common Fans. Harrison's aiid Ln bin'scelebrated P**rA'.ntery, ttrufhw, Conibs, vis iting and playing Cards, Tooth Powder*, Pnrte .VIonnales, Cigar Cases, Card Cases, Haskets, .Vc., allofwhicb \?e are s?iling-out at low. price* to suit the time* at the Piano, Music,^Stationery, and Fancy Goods Store of - . JOHN F. ELLIS, i "liie Fa avenue, U*t. 9th and l?th sU. . 'way JJ-U ' Miscellaneous. ~ r! '??r ?* D*nr.t June M6f ?86&. p^?PO^AL^ will be rerel**d at thm depart

.'*? mpnt until th* ?<ih day p(. August next at |y r0'clork. in., for furnishing.CY'roulht. fitted, and delivered in * Proper slafe to pm fritotAeWmkitmrJ all the material for the e-rterinr \r*Ji* og tbemulli wins of the <* lb* Treaty Department bmlding, which. will be either grauije or ruarbW as may hereafter be determined The bidder" w^i**e Wd M ae?vpt*d. i? have the privily of f?tTnshinit the material for the outride of the re mainder of tye building when Congress may Thave made the nrceMarv appropriarton- for <*>,i?tnie lion. provided that at That trm* it is deemed for tbei?n??re*i of the United Stiite* to ;;ive it to bim The department reserving the right to rejectee proposals hereby invited, should the ir>rWwvC of the United Slates rerpijre-it : ? ^ ? The >(wrs ?ni*t ?*U 1*> wrougkt to the dimen sions. sizes, modejs, 4tct' wldch may he furnished buthis department. byWhicTi a!T ine-,i?nren.e*t* __will be governed > ? ? ? /i?n 'he eoiirt or rear side of t!u> exterior the wall* w'il l?2 a*hlt*r, v itU phi ii wiodpvv openings, of equal height in the three' upper Striries. ami crowned with a cornice similar t?> the rear' of th* present bnildiog, without tfiearchitr*veaiidfiieze < >11 lite remainder of the exterior walls, the col aiUJii ami anta*. tl eir capittUiultf bases, the eflfa pi?'iire: and balustrade. 4li/> witjdow*<md donrdre* Ac., the style ?>f architecture, of the pr-eH -brnldiog, so t*s *> ornament j* concerned, wfll b<> preserved throughout. will* the exception of the door and window openings, which may tie varied, ? VK'epi those ia the east end of the t\ro veingv The .?iiees. shape. aud dimensions of Hi* column-;. antae. apib.ls. bases, and cross nation ^f the entablature rtnn halqsii.ule will l>c the same is in the present building. ., r wyui^U:, ibe_vh?ft of, the column*- irm* be either in one or three p'e^es bf rvj'ngl length. .The t?a>e and < .qut.d ot the column- k/i(l sntif wfI each Ikj in otic piece. TkearchiTraye of tire entab lature will extend ii^ out: length from centre tf> cen tre of auiae or column, and th<**? over the latter to be eoinposfxj. of i,ut oi?e block, "with both sides arid l>?jU<?m wrought, together.wjth such parts of t.ie topa-s beVequi/od. Tt A*eovertheantae, ? fl,0":^r t"ir'' a,,d tl?e top and bpttotn cj!^ ? ?> The i.^ eof Uie nuM !><? perfef*t1\ wrorr^Trt to.lr1 sample, wdh alt the ue? tjsary heads, 're bat-s return*. A c , r<")iwo(i. The btd*. build-, fjiuls, t<c . r-.ngh hamitKT'-d to thesouare. All ie bab's moulding*)., ornamental and b?.veiled work uji'sl lie I'lean wrought, and a "n^euhly to the direc tions given by the i>u(>eriuiendeitt. I. marble 5siused, tlifl tim Qoiuruns may oe in four ami rive pieces; the architrnvp in on? 1* ngt Ii t roro (autre to Ceiitrn of the coi'tmns o." antae; ha; over the former may be ?om|KMod of three separate block?, one ijiyiu^ ila' foMiiing the underside and the tirst m?-ml>er on earh '-dge; the other two standing on edge, forming the l<i?-ide and outside i'aceri of the. same. Those over the ae uuist b^ in oiitblu^k.. The measurement of the materf^l tind work de l?vere<I,atul the payhVerrt InVt^'in wiff w^de a Ablyto the following form and schedule, and aif bid^ um.st b<* nuKie accordingiy. S^cheduleor riile for the measurement of materials fo lie delivered. Viz ; Cornice, per foot in length, including ro>t of ?;oek. freight, and workmanship 3 Architrave over column, including cost ui stcx k. freiyht. and workmanship Ardiitraveoverautae. includin^<u.st ofsu*k freight. and workmanship C apitals of coluim?>. em li uic.ud.iig c^st of stock, freight.and workmanship. Capital* of antae, each, includtug cost of '?Hk k. fr i?ht. and workmanship Rases oj autae. each, im lud n ' < ost of sto? k^ freight, and workmanship.'.,..: .' f "? <4 column. fMcli.jiicIucin-r cost of sto< n. freight, aud workmau-hip >haItsol' t olqmn, in one pie e includiu ' , '0s' of stink, freigijt. and workmansh'p 7 Shafts oi coinnin. tn tln'ejj or inore pii^'es, iiu !udi!U{ co-t of stock, freight, and work ni3iisii'p I'l Jin stei*. i with a cross section of i ? I,y ??>. to - inches.) iMri foot in length, ipela ?lmgco>t of stork.flight, and workman !;.i' I 1 lUornis.f?-et u ide. length not evceediti" b. bu t, includingsio. k. frei^hl.and work' m inship, per mperfl. ial foot of surface M?n. H?>r any gn-ar-r w idth than .1 feej. t,i - ' ff-t an inc?-t. ;s?. ,,f price |?-r ^liperliclal foot f>>r each a?lditionai 3 inches <.f widtu of ? AM lue other stones of the building wh(*? width do ?. ,K>t el. t ed Ihre ? nines the., ihi't knev> vviil t,<; pleasured as follows: rhe stock * ii .'il -tones who-f contents do n .l ev, -ed oiioitji. fert. ?* Ji l?> mtaMired and paid ftv h/li?ecubio couteuts. at i><*r cubic li>>t ' j. For ail -nuiei exceeding :in feet and not ex-" ceediag ;iu-.uiiK t? t. for euth add tioifal ' ? foot an additional price ? f. pexcubic foot. I-or all stones eveedmg7y cuoicfeet twun tetitn.furcauh^idditioual loot,ait ndaJliauai price of, per cubic fo.. Vor stores of greater w d?Vrhvi three times their thi. knes-. there wdl i.e raid an additional price of ? ? per cent for ei. h additional thre^ im l es tn \f alt h Tue work on the above wi l b- treasured and paid tor by me >upi.^ al f(MJ. For . ^ acta! a k?i of cue uamirer. d .Ti'dte \rcV U , Hipial to & 1 ?N<? 1 hammering on Kostr>n ruslom-ho>>f per superflcial foot No huiiunering on 1 W. m tdstori'-'hoti -' fiersuperticialfo,)! ...* ?? hammering on Ho-'oh cusfom-hnitse _ per - iifierhciid foot No I Hammering on Bosfo.i ?^iaioau-h">u"se' p i .superticial f^K?t 1 or ;dl or'ds. i?. if Ids. ends. ba< k-. ic*"ham n.ered ?.illu? the squoie.a.^ ordered t>^r SllJHTti> iaifor?t ' Kseh bidder to ftiniish a samnie?aeubeof one loot of the -'on ? he proposes to deliver, with tive la-^ haiiimored, giving on four sides his under S '? j ??^vefoilrquaht.esof hammerin >: i.e tiJ'h ?ide. Ids ro-igh bartHiw rhn;; widlc the si <tu mty snow the rouyh sto< kj at;d This will lie ? t-ed-- K standard in jt.d'jit",' of the stock da tive red. Il of marble, the fkneof the ashler must be harr mt.cd '?? themo-i jh rf ct ,lidiiner. agreeably to a s imple <?f the ~ir^ -hove nanxd. to Iteifumished b\ the bidder; and the -tnV. e ,e. u will be m-aa ured "tid pa.d for ut 4- per sitjierlh iai foot I <?r hatmneniig oi t^nl <,buila., back*, <!tc . full foot ^i'iaro, per saitw. 4 per superficial be''.bi?d '* "U'"' 1^' cent, is to 1 or hammering of channelsand rebates, not e*. eecding i by i! inches, ? e^t additional per lineal I(K>t.. ' I or hammering of mouldings of one curve p?.- cent additional upon thecost of plain wo^k: of per??Zl ~ ^ UP?" ?k. per su T i' h arris on saniP. cents ptr lineal foot * "r hammering beveUed work, ?cent ad ditiomd to plmn work; but to apply only to the port cut olt /rom the souhre work, and which is in no case to t?e ineasure<( in the WOrk. r or hammering of circular work. r>er cent ldaitionai io fildiii work "" l-'f ot 'be amount of tbe work done .old rn -.erial delivered, according to the contract pnee, (said ainoont to b^ ascertained by the esti uui e of the hiiperiritendent appointod fur thai pur pOf.e,> will be paid from time to tune as the vvork proceeds, and ten f*>r cent retained untd i.ie con. potion ot ih.j contract an>l ?pcpt<tnce of the work -C;, ?y the superintendent aforesaid. C ontracts will be awarded only to master build ers or mechanics; and the assignment thereof ex cept by consent of the Secretary of the Treus'urv will be a forfeiture of the same fcvery projwsal must be accompanied by a wrif ? 8iK'.,Hd l>y two rt'sP?nsible persons. (Certified to be so by the district attorney or nidge of the said district) that the bidd. r w,l|, when re quired. if Ins proftosals be accepted, enter into a contract ami bond, with |.roj>eraiid suaii jeut Se ruritiea in the smn of LUy thousand dollars, fo. the faithful |ierformaiK?.??f~Utu fcame. if for the whole work, and of a I'rofHjrtionate amount if for a part thereof.' Any information touching theinat ter can be obtained by application to tue Treastirv l>epartment. < f i roiH?s;jls will also be received up to the afore said dale lor furnishing mkl dHi vcrim at tlie site oy (he per. h, the rou-h stone for the foumlation! cellar, and area walls of s..id building, and must I* or the very best description for tffat purjH.se I hey will be required in such quant hie, and at -uch times as wijl be most for the convenience ii, tqc >.iteration on the work, ai.d in uuaUtv to the enure approval of the supuintend*'ul The d* imrtrim.t re?v;ug t?.o rigid to rc,e, t the proposals nereby ^iv^d if the niter^t of the Tnited Slates should require it. ^ The pro|x>saU inn^tjie #ent to this department ' directed.to lUe.siip.Tin?endent. under cover to the Secretary ot the Treasury, (endorsed ?? AJ^, lltf, "" It Hiltttnr and will Si-d*?"' 1 wo ciock, p III , of the last day itii r iUe va"14'',u ,ht' Pttxaas of tue bidders, ii any choose to kUtnd. t hu.juircr,ttj/:i^K)iid. Va.; tentiuel, Ale^ndrU ? a., tutelli^encer and Mar. \V>sriinfcton L? c ? Sun and ttepublican, liaiumore, Md lvinasvlva' man Philadelphia; Day Book J*' Yorl:; Post, Boston; Argus, Portland, .Me.; Patriot oom ord. N. H ; oud Argus Albany, N Y twj Mines euch week for sixty d?> s. li.a u, he ' . Secretary of the Traosury. ^ ^ut 10 A.M. HOW MAN' vomtu ? _ ? ? AMtKH'AW REVIEW FOH ?L' LV. . . ppsTurs. The Clubs of Undoit AmerU an Society: Gynnnastii s ? ? ! ' 1 . .doont Lebanon: Lord Carlisle's Diary Priwte Life and Household of Charlemagne persistence of Physical Laws Recent Records of Travd Act, Its meaning and method Worklngman's College Critim?vvNew Ppbtictliory . Published quarterly ft.r *5 perannurft. J) fKAISCK TAYLUR. Information for Travelers B? EAILEOAD DIBJSOT TO IHE WEfif Time betwtea Washington and Wbttllnr bat J7* hour?! Rtnming Time between Waahiagton ud Ciaeianati 27 boor* " TH*or?H TICXXTs aSD lAtCASI CHCCS* to ?? Had is WAsHSfc6TOX. The BiLinmRK am? ohio hail ROAD having greatly improved ft* Western twahectlons, now offers the fullest Inducement* to Travellers between WASHINGTON. RALTI an* a'l portion* of the W EST. M)KTH WEST, and tlse SOUTHWEST. "Therontier(ion bet weevil;* Train* from Wa*L lUgton and the Trains t>ound Writ from Balti .i'lSTj* promptly made at tie Washington JWhrtion {lately called the Relay Hmikl 9 miles frp?n hslt'tnore Thisls the only change of car* required between Washington and theOhioriier Baggage is checked through to Wtafvijaj at the ?Ston station, and rechetked Mid imns u-rfed there. (with the passengers) without uje fcr thoseholdmg ThrouaU Tickets for points be? yond Ti?e connecting Train* leave Washington dally at 6 a m and p m. " On Srmdars afthe latter htwronlr. At WHKKLIKiJ dirrrt frnn'rti+m mad* w Ih the tmirw of the CENT* AL OH 10 R At I (i-i. V' ru,llJ*nK - f0"1 Bellaim. on the Ghn>. uftar ^anasville, aad .^v i t i MBL . These trains emitter-1 at New-ark with the cars of the Newark. Mwfield ?id ^andn*ky Railroad for S.uid-skv, Toledo. Detroit. Chicago. St Lonfe, etc ' At 1 OLUMBL'S the C <>. Railroad traits r.cm r.e(t with the fast trams ofthe Luti, Hat,. vl-C !*i ?*>' Cincinnati. L?ui*vUl?, etc. At X EN iA (on Ltole Miatni Railroad) corniest loa j* formed with tb? trains through Dayton, to Indlan apous. Terre Hatte, Lafayette, Chicago. Rock Island. St. Lonis. etc. I e \H~ Passenger* hold) a* Through TW *et* frr Monpktf, Virkakmri?, Xntrtuz. Srv Orlma', e c . wh Ic h are also sold at. W asi,imtz*nt??*? uuis f.-rred at Cincinruli to the Mail Steamw on the Ohio. Tickets for EvansviUe, Cairo, ai.d Sr. Louis are sold bv this route. ^ID" For CLEVELAND, and via Clewltnd fn To.edo. Detroit, Cuk*^ ;ir?. sold Z.j'Wr n 2!\to i5 ??Vk*abl? ***wee? Wheeling ti ifh f 5y a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Is Iliad**. Traveler* are reqnested fo notice that while this la theotdy ronte affording Thrr*igh Ticket and Checks In W awhiajfton. It 1* also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly ari the fc-.ulm points id the treat West. The distuoc* f.ou, W ashinj'toii to Cincinnati is but G.ZJ Hides, U-tu about Its) miles shorter than bv an\ r?th*?r route' FARE, by THROfOH TICKET. PROM W ASHING TON :?To Wheeling. ?? 5ft, Colnm bus, #13 ?5; Davton. S15 50: Cincfauall, *!? Wf; Louisville, by nilra>,l. ?1H 65, l>v Nrauurr free* Cincinnati. ?l3 ?K?; lm?ianapi?iis, sj; frx Clew land, #12 50; Toledo. ?I5 Nt; Detroit. 315 A: Chicago, ?-!UG5and 81P50; St. I.,..,is. *5* St ao,| Memphis. 126; New Otleann. ^.if tfc FREDERICK AND HARPER S u [0?,,.^ ARTIN?BL'R<i. CUM HER LAN I), nSPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRINGS, I lLDMONT4?AKLAND.and FAIKMOL'M' t^isentfers may leave Wa>binKtyn at u * m o J.)< p. in. For the minor way station* between Laltimore aiwl Wheeling, take 6 a m. tn.a fr..n, n ^ aMDingtoflv IT?" For train* to and from Baltimore. Ana Mm tu' ? see special advertisements. IZJ~ For further Information. Through Ticket a c apply to THOMAS H PAKSo^S. a -tit; at \\ ashim ton Station. JOHN H. DONE, ,, . Master of Tr^h^^orl.ition, Baltimore and tihio Railroad, B.vii.n.ore. may 5?tf OKANGK Sc ALKUNDKIA RAII.KUAU. Vli _ fifAT SO UTH F H X MA If. LI N F ' rl"\N ICE daily between WASIIING I'O.N ?nu I .N e,r?.?.L . '' .r,a ALEXANDKLA. <>t)K L'ONsVILLE and RICHMOND?no ni^Lt Lue tj holiday. Leav? \Vasbln<rto:i % before f. o'clock ? m Leave Alexandria ^ " 7 a n ).?ave Washington V 7 ?? 1, ni Leave Alexandria 4 44 8 " j*. m . FARKS BY NtSHT LINK. I rom \\ aMiingtou and Al?'xa.udria, to lior donsville. & From Gordonsvilk> to Richmond ? 2i "ravelers will tind the morning fine the cheap est, most pleasant and exfK-ditiou.* nxiir to tL* OfCetibrier *A iiite Sulpinw, Fauquier Whit-t>ul parr. Warm. Hot. Alum aud Capon S.-rii; ?? arrenton, Charlottsvilie. Staunton. S{^st,?r ' V? liuhefter. Harrisonbnrg. Lexington. Weir's ( uve. Napiral Bridge, Litr-y. New Market. i\ltd d.ebttrg, 4c PAIBSJT HillllXC like: r rom Alexandria to Warren ton. - - g-> (,<1 Gordoa'<viae. - .> 5(1 Charlottesville, ? 4 50 Staunton, ? - 6 On strasburg, - - :i 50 Wiachester, - - t: rxi 44 Luray. - - .4-^5 New Market, - s no * 44 Middleburg, - - 2 25 O.MMUl'SESandBAGGAGE W.AtJONs will b.- at th- Dejwt of the Waahln^fon Railroad tj c -nvey Mongers and l^gage to the Steamboat, for ALEXANDRIA, a di^faiK't* c?f6 inilt-.s*, art low i> g asnple time for m-als. W. VANDEGR1KT. ? ' Gen. Supt C( ii c.fe new VURK AN1* LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAM EltS. 'OHE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK A are the A TLANTIC, Captain West, PAtMFIC. Captain Ny. BALTIC, Captain CoHHtoefe, ADRIATIC, Captain brafor.. These Ships have betui built bycoutm l.e-kpre^s l\ for Government se.-vi. e; ever/ t^ire Luis be. ^ u-.keu in tueir construction, as in the ei^-4i ??s. t insure strength ai d spetd, and fueir a c?:;ri:oda iioiis for passengers are onequalleU ftr cle-a;i? ? a.wl comfort. PRica or paswaex. From New Yoik to Liverpool.ia i.T,tcablii, fli^s S3co;id cabin, T . . . ~3 I . xclusive ase of extra size state ror.ms. - yiVj From Liverpool to New York, - Jl.30 ax.d An experienced Surgeon atttcL-d to each ship No .^erta can be secured until j aid for For freight or passage apIilv to EDWARD K COLLINS A CO., BROWN, ZtYetJri tt" u,,t E. G. ROBERTS t CO "Terp0<J 13 King's Arms \ <ra, London. JOHN MU^rkOE it CO , 25 Rue Notre Dame des Virtoires. Paris GEORGE H. DRAPER. Havre The owners of these ships will not be accounta ble for gold, silver, bullion, specie, lewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof then in ex pressed. COT 10?If. THE POTOMAC RIVER STM!HBOAI COMPAN Y'SSTEAMER ALICITC. PRICE CAPT. SAMTEL BAKER. WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX o'clock a m ,and ALEXAN-_ m'C" DRIA at 7 o'clock, a. in ? On TUESDAY MORN IN GS-For Mattot Curriomau, L. Machodoc, Piney Point. KHsale. and Cone. On FRIDAY .MORNINGS?For Chapel l'?MPt. Wicomico, Leonardtown, Piney Point, St Alary >. and Cone. On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?Leave Coiu at 4 o'clock, a. m , for St. Marv's, Piney Point Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Lea^e Cone a; 4 o'clock, a m , for Kinsale. Piney iK.iut, L Ma chodoc, Cnrrioman. and Mattox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual lauding on the river when signals are made. By oTder of the Board: ., . , JAMES P. SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va., June L issj je 15?tf was|U?*<t*?n 11 ranch kailk^adT p* m w., anU 3?><1 "" W4* p. m 5^ p m dil,ulore 11 ? m . and 3 a"'' On Siinday allj^ a m ap23_tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent kitA BATHING AT OLD POINT (O)l. OFUKT. NEOF THE BALTIMORE STEAM PACK ET CO.'S STEA.MfcRS will _ ^3*2" ^ leave the Union Dock, foo: of Con-^^ i; cord street, Baltimore, daily (Simduvs ex>fpted' at 5 o'clock p. in., for Old Point Comfort. JO? Fare there and bacfc ?t?giving thu passen gers the privilege to remala the wLuie season. M. pL FALL3, Agent U. S. P. Co Baltimore. June __ UKUNVKI4 k WASHINGTON BOATS, rrtHE Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON will -L leave at the following hours. Fare 12k cent*. The THOMAS COLLYER, when"!" wkW wa>-? engaged, will make trips on the tt,ute at al ternate hours. and?W#J,hlngt0a*?'8? **?.**' Leart Alexandria at 7,?, lSjjj, 1*, 3^, *%, and 18-?The Boat will leave Alexandria at IX t. m . 0t Immediately on the arrival of the cars I Jy T ll'"' ' t r ? JVB ?W|lttOh34iipuiia. 4 Inf?n*rtpMor yyvely roR pBhudilphia. . vvn t > aDFLPH IA, \VI LMLN(if ON ^ PH Vmo^r ?^iIb OA u - tyryg <*?? ?. Bdtimor. d.Uv ?fS'J 2' "JJ* driphia at S?>, (Erpre**) and 11 a- m , tmmr '\?r H?ere de Grace ftsJO ?????[) 5$? (Havre de ti race A< oommodalga in : 7 p. ro. tram run* every v l? in ; 7 p. ro tram runa ever* . *,v-tmd onir train on Sunday 11 a 'n 1?}P Mro.i,, ?.* cl**s car attached jfare la It to Ph^^epk No SECOND ?l.ASS TICKET* *old ii ?? can. THAIS* EOB _ ?? |/iw Philadelphia atS *>k" m (?44 ttp*? asdlp m St?amb<?i>and II p. ra . Leave Havre de Grare ? T *> a. m-i **?*??? Grace Acoomnwda'ion Ttaiim 114a a to-, 3.1a, ?M p. m., and *JttAm^R x WF()RT) Agent. HalMmorf, Aptn*'?? , . ^ MOTT BKDELL'S LINE, 'Sir W ?? /"JfiwurV f pHU^LI NlfOF PACKETS &AU.PWTrX I LV f/'jio. pier H East rlv*. Vj2: i*4 I oftener Jf necessary, and I* ?ompo*ed or the im tawing first-cla? vessels: New i b* A V ntr>ri.t. W?!l. raaatet ? Xtwsrh'rMoTT BtTtLL. A V Tirdwrrll. Sch'r Ass i>., W m Oliver. ma?ter. Srh'r Voupt, L. A- Smith. waster. ? ? Sch'r Ci>M*A*DkB-i*-Ciu*r. Woglum* iri?*!et . *->b'r GaatswaTj Wilson, master These vessel* are all fa*t satler*. and ?hema**a are mm of experience (n the trwde. and ibe <>iUy .^egular line *nVa*l.i?H;toa City oarketa. M O T X 11 hi *u? Wail ?tmet( New york. *. S. MASTERS A SO^S. Alexandria, Va .' THOMAS RtLKT, fell 1?Cm W aldington and D efC.? for MOl XT VUBN>?. ON TUESDAYS AND KB1 DAN S ?FA? k, idiind trip. SI; from Aleaaadi ia _ ^rr*; ^ J.5 cert* ?The st?am?r T'h'M *i m ?i w7s g COLLYER leave* W aahingUw at <TindTv!?*I> dria at 9 W o'clock. Coaches lt^ve the Capttoi for the boat at, ? fc o'clock C'oacb fare !<? ^ent? Per sons wishing 'he eoaehe- will lnvrtutlrrttldfiKa with Georjre h Thomas Parker. Refreshment*on tbe boat. oct 54??tf SAM L GEDN E Y, Ca?>U..fi FOK THE ORANGE AND ALEXANDRIA and Manassas gap railroads. TUE Sub.-rjitH-r'* Coaches ^in for i?!?awi <rer> to *annee.t with ^ the al?<>ve mikoado. My t'ovl eonneri with the Steamer* ULUk^b \\ AeJI INGTON <?r TUOMASCOl.LV?:R. vihichlrave VVa^hitL^toii at <? a. iu |^,r" Meal*. fumi^LeiT <*t-. the boa!* Persons wfrtitugthecoa:L<es fo rail f*??tbeni csn ln?? thrii name and r?-?.)?l.-r?< ?? witfe Air /obn T. Ki'linan. near the Capitol ijate: Mr. Blj't'K druf >tore. comer l*a avenue &a>l l'/lh M ; or at lieo A 'i'hos. I'arker A Co '# *to^ C<??pbfr* can be had fot 1 l< asurc Trios. may ist - 2m WILLIAM W HAL.FY KTEA>1 BOATK <0>M) TI!*? Wrl I'll KA?*H TRAIN OK CARSAiCKlV liig In >\ ashiBttou or Aleaan dria ?the Steane-r. THo? C?ll? VKR or GKORUE WA>UINOTO.\ will w ake tbe ;tl?ove Conner (Ion*. l?a?irv at ft i m , for the U ^iiiie and Aie\aiaria Car>, arid coa nert witiiiU vjue latin <m their arrival (C/* MFALS furni^bed on the hnu. 'I'Le Bual> connect w?tb all tbe traius from Bal timore. SAM'L OlTDNEv, r^iifa^a. may 1??tf luO.U'Hl COPIKkl! Steamboat Di?a*i*rs ?* tkt WV*?. rn'R'/rt/rj, and Htfimbtat Directorj. , r3^if K PadfntpMd Lave now in eonrie rtf prepp. 1 ration a new >'l'b All liOA'l' ? ?? * ^ DIKKCTORY. wbtc'u wiU be sued ui October ne*t; the liook wi I^conlaiao^^ two hundred pa^e*. illustrated in tbe be<? *tvle, and i*eatly bonnd in a di.raVi!<* manner It will Biuxcur THE Uoil 1ST KK M i h <? BO?fc? IVia pvblimhkm. aiMl will be a book ttat will tar istw estin^touui of people The STEAM BOAT DIRECTORY will coatain acom,iletc list and d?*?' ription of ill tbe Steamboa's now atfiat in tbe Western and Sonttiern waters Ttie l?-ii^*b. mode'. >j>eed. powvr and lonn^e of ea< b boat. wbenr a.-Kl by w^?n< IdiUt. the name of the boat, vtfitk Tbe triudf she is in. Al?o. the n:inr> ??f Capta>ii? and odli er?. her ^e.tc..ic. The Directory wiU Con tain a Hi .tory of S!eaiub?>at* and Sieambuatuia on the Western waters, since tbe api>li?^tion of steam ; also, a sketch of the hrst boat oaflt for tfca t?hio River, with tue name of the buihler. t?a< mastder and owner. Tue RIVKR DIKKCTORY Wiucontain a list and des< ription of all tue stkamboaT c:-A?Tt?? tiiat have occurred on the westbbs awd sovth. ikn watebs. lieaut'fnllv illustrated, vrtth a list or ALL THOSE WHO uil IHHMMTMII sckms?. ?<Kai>a and exp:.ouisa.ou the West* ern and Southern waier??. The Directory w?U rontaio Maps of the Obio, Mjs? ?sippi. Mi--.our:, Illinois. Arkansas. White, Red, Ouachita. Yazoo, and other Rivers. With the Towns and Cities JaW down, with correct distances; also, many other K lver and Commeccial ilenu> of interna to the peo ple at la rye. Tut i?ook will cortaiu the < a ran a? tae various U. S. Mail Boat*, with tbe trade thev are in, Ac., Ac. Tbe Directory villi al-o contain A complete list of all the wspeimibie S:ermi?)?M Licet.^ed OM?ers. tbeir pla< es of wi^tence. 4r , Jcc.; the new Steamboat l.aw. us reqairement's. witn comments, showing wbereiu it tmujit* um in-vmf,' unt ojjit-r. and mjuft the coiap'tt At ojfi'-fr, Ac., Ac., and all tbe important I' S. Su preme Court Steamboat Decisions up to date. tbe Kates and Important Commer' ial Prtvlle??i. R>?K of Lading, important Derisiotm of the various I . S. Court* in n ?ajd to t rci^hts Lost aud Dam j^e^ 4r., Ac ; with many o.ber things of interest. The Dimciorv will l?e Illustrated ia tbe be?t s'yle. and printed ia the Ix-st manner The au thor has for six years keen gathering together a?l tbe facta a; id items in re vara to t\?e ti urnerou* steambout disasters or the western and >ouiu?m waters, 9 ud now intends p.ibli^lnnv them in book form. i'h? price of the work wiu be put at the low sum of Uue Dollar. Ten thousand copies will be issued for the boatmen; all others desmw* of bub*.ribin?, w ill have to do so a; once, is none will be printed uule*? ordered in advance. :Thf work is destined to have a chculatioa of t>\ec EIGHTY THOUSAND copies, as the publishers are receiving large numbers of scbscribers. per mail, from all parts of the counlry, dm*4y Some of the eldest ooatinen. as well t> most scientittc ;nea of the times, are conlribuloss to Lue Steam* boat Directory. The Directory will be iasued In October, and will be aa ornament to the parlor as well^s ?team boat. By remitting Ot.e Dollar (post puld ) JfdH will receive a copy of the above work Ail communications and letters &bt-i:ld be ad dressed to JAMES T. LLOYD A CO., Post OlSce Building, Cincinnati, Ohio Jy 7?1m DR. L. U. n RIGHT'* CKTA1LING "SCE07TJL0U3 AJTTIDOTZ." tor tue P<rpi(ine*t Cure cf CONSUMPTION and all otker forms of SCKOFl'LOUS VIS EASES. 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