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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 11, 1855 Page 4
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EVEN I NO STAR. THIETT-Wnri. ? 4> ? w ft) if if W. *11*. Ak me1 tin- moments will not ?tav ? Another year bu p?if4 away i And Jun? (the second) score* the li?e That tells me I im TWrty-nine' "? A? tfcns i haste the milestones by, 1 i*uk the aemberinx wtth * *igl( j And yet 'Us idle to repine . . 4 !**? com* so *oon to Thirty-nine! Ah ! few that roam this world of ours. Tsfc?l Ms thorn* aad pi nek Its flower.. Have tsod a brighter path tbaa mine Prom blithe thirteen to Thirty-nine! Health, homo suid friends, (life's solid part) A m?rry l*u<u, a fresh voung beast, Porticd<mm*aadlovedlvia?? j r.; fl-vve I not the** at Thirty-nine * o Time ! f >rego thy wonted spite. And lay thv future lashe* light, And, trust iue, 1 wlU not repine ' At twice the count of Thirty* nine ! ' r Teaotot at a Bten ?A portion of oar city was tbrownlnto some excitement by a brutal murder, which was committed be tween J2 and I a'elook this morning, in the lager-bier saloon known a* Putnam Hail?in the fourth story of building Xo. 114 Market street, opposite Library Hall?kept by a (ler naa namod Conrad Bauer. A dance, such &a is heU there once a wjck, took place last night, and a party of rowdies who had been disrtpating through the evening, attempted to enter, wh**n Mr. Bauer deutaiiUe 1 a shiliiug onch for admissioff, Which they refused to pay. Determined to enter Without paying, an alter cation emmod, in which one of the assailants, supposed to be John McK. inner, brandished ji kaik, aasertiag that he would enter or kill 4fce keeper. Bauer van then struek, and snabsequeirtly favally stabbed in the right side, iust back of the h>p, the wotzad being several inches broad . aad de^?? probably severing some of the ar teries. The blood immediately flowed profuse ly, and bis rite, who was a witness of the hor ud sj'ue, Awiaied him to a seat, and Dr. A. 5 Dougherty was speedily summoned, but he was already bejr-nd the reach of medioal skill, and expired in a' few minutes. Tha assailants wbiked off unmolested* but the aid of some watchmen being obtained, they were finally pursued, an J two of them, known about tow as*'Beefy Tompkins'' an4 "Ch'nrley Kinuey,' were arrectwl and committed to prison. Iht l>er*>n struck the fatal blow, however, there is iea*>0 to believe, i* yet at large, feu efficient officer* arc In ^ur?.iit, with a good frospcct of bringing him to ju-tiue.?X'w*rl Hauly AUnerttscr, A'tu. 7. ' r A WtTOivo ?Tha Syracuse tfriau tloenuioai*! of a Jewish Adding which reca.',tl7 inthJitcity : The bride, J* tired in white, cfasely veiled wtth her friends advanced from one side oT the houss, while ui thne the groom, with his friends, caflft 'from the other. The ?ri?st commenced by faffing ^bne, with hij ack to the parties. Wine Tvas than presented to the pixxn and brid?-. nrd again the priest ?ajag with several little boys, dressed for the an ertherutiac ev address and M ?re drinking ot wino. Here the bride com menced crying, wirioh wl? soon'followed l?y the grooar?;vring wai given, and thev were de^ared mnrrioa. Both kissed a^J criud, and hotf) returned, t*> their former position, ;md the cereiuony was concluded. Coo^. residence of Ml-. Win H. Hrmi^?k. *w? Entaw street, near Baltimore ftrcet, was entered a ahoit time since and roUbcu ui' a Lyrse cimuinipg a quantity r.f money. Mr. He&mick was roused Groin his clumber after the rt/bbe*7 was perpetrated just as the thief was 'saving the premises, but too late W? reeogniie the party or rescue the stolen ^property. On Wednesday last he re ceived a paskagaXhiough ihojjuot oflj je wbi.-h ? tntaiueu the purro, minus fundi*, with the oowplifiieuts of the thief- This is about the cuolcit in.-t.ance of impertinence heard cf recently .?Bait. Anwrirjn. ? . A/' The Ice TaAn^--TIie first cargo of k*<! ex pvrteu t'r.ia the UuiU?t States was s^inped t roftj Boston. Mafsachuasetta, iti 1605, by Jnrt^i unek Tudor, i>M(. It was shipped to ttie West Indies, but, owing to various circumstances, the investsueut did not wove successful. Jt ? was not until 1S34 thnt Mn Tudor commenced jealiiiaga j>rv>flt tromthis business, lu lt&2 this gentleman, theo the t liy pecu>u engaged in the hufl^ef s dipped rem Bosum, t. ioli tons. Last year there wore cent fn>n there 1 jl.i-iO tuns. The ioe crop in ibe vicinity to lfei.000 tons. Kew wat or Raisixo C?ii 1^153.?During & the so*avbing weather of last week, says the Abingum Stand a*J, a batch et eggs which hal been Ispoeited under the eaves of a bam at East Abi^zton by some high-minded hiddj. itecame 'nffiwertj' heated to brlhg forth a re spectable lot of lady and gentlemen chicks, who did not appear to he at all disconcerted by tbiauatre mannta of eutering the state cf chickonboui. . ; . . " 1 ' "" h'.CAvr Pi'rcuase or Vieuixia Lam>.?-The Wilmington (Dul.) Gasette says : ?- Charles H. Warren, Es^j , ha* puroh'Sca 4,t)(/0 acres of land, sUnk^d on the Potunac river, iq Vir ginia, for $07-000. Lewis ?ud James Biiisovi. ??f this couutr, have purchased 1.1U0 acres 01 laud on the Jame# riv?r. Virginia, for %34 500 Thomas Clark, of this eouMy, bus purchased 900 acres of land in Virginia To* 522,000." The (Jiel AED the Sxake?A letter from New York state*, says the Atlas, that Uilt, the Gilmantou brute, is exhibiting his tittlo pirl and the black snake in thatetty, and tho &x>iekerhoekeni Uderata the humbug. The raake should have been killed when the char acter of the exhibition was exposed before our courU.?Vofton Trziucriyt. vkOYsauurt or owum tmaiimi. iDwMM. L??r?x #?r Day. Cnton Havre NewYork. .Aug. I AKenCi-.^.-.Liverpool Boston ...Aug. 1 Artel its* Vork Havre Aug. H rtf?AhiBtfic?. ->i?w York itoutb'pton. Aug. H Pacifte .Llv?rpc?l New York Any 11 >iorth ?tar /Javre New York Ang 1! Hermann !<i?USbaiiip?o?. .Vfftv York. Ang 15 Vsla Boston Liverpool. .Aug 15 Balt^e......<.N?w York Liverpool Aug *2 Union New Yock...Havre.... .Aug 5s3 !E~T The California rte&mers i?ve New Yotk eo the 5th aad 90th of each month. ARRITM*S AT PRlNCLTiX HOTELS. , - 9 Criwci' lists!?7. r. 1 u. mows \ M Perrln, SO T V Mojmsc family, Va IV C Murgae; do HJm Karrant, do 1H R H atuart. Va Mrs Parraoi k. child en, S b Mopre. Ill do t* Mvers, tN V ? Bvnznai, Venwuela A If Jae?Mx, do Drorv. Va O MeCov. do K Hoglo A i?dy. Mo K H Pewe. dm Dr Maglll. Md O B Kes**. do N ^iBj^et jn, Va J T f*a**r?r Md * ^lark f> II J fcastht, Ky #?C Wright, do H M Kellv TMn M P?VuT Md J A Kbsrbitm# iiB4.ent.d0 J t* Chapman. DC TVCW^Lh.Tet Wlllarfls' ll?ui?x. s.Jkr.e. waiiV? I* Beer, Ga J K GUule and ly, U II ftiar. <U* 8 J Turner. Mo ' B P CuImauii, do II H Lvpa, Md 8 Bhaw A C fttal, P? R V Ticker^on, NY K9 Proscoit, JU ij, FanuU, Ud?N J Clark, l? \\T F ^mith. tJMA K Clark, do T T Br?Pl*r. Va J Ksacr. d? , M Gordonaul Son*. La P J Browne and lad), K il HarderiM Ya ?>. 1 J \V H Mitchell J A Waahlnvctou A fam J A &!<-LaurdaA Va Btrkwesd ll?uso?j. * A a *i*iwoo? J (WnallwAod. Nik J M Davidson, Ky I M A Ilunler. Md P Hanson, do W L*oo*berot? A lady. I Bowe*. Md Del , i l-elb, f!jCS W Bidder, NY J W (jUry Pn H W Perkins. .Ma?? J P Catutnes, Tenn D Perry, NJ fi Ntrbolsoa. DC I. L Norri*, Md w 1 hompson, Md T p |?evor?ao, Ry A Ne?j?neyer, NY Vissd L>a4rn, Va F C Steweru* W Roirer?. Md J Thornton, Va *f, -i * Ino - . ? * * l aited tlatis Ifstrl?e. C ItntCT. JJHBK"*!/* ? ' "bSSSS m J 8 llii?-n >, J! X^mu'Su'' N ?> f?jBs?3i'ta"' jswyv " ? McU f >4 N MeAlptnf. J .a !ll tw Miscellaneous. ? TtUKU l>sr*aT?f mt. jtine'ifi. HfS. PPOPOSALS will I* received at tVls depart ment until the -27tb day of August next. at I'J o'clock, m., for furnishing (wrought, fitted, and delivered In a properstateto put into the buJUlin;: > all the mate, ial for t be-exterior wall* of the s^uth win? of the extension ofthe Treasury Department building, which Drill be either frahite or an mav ^ercafler be determined. The bblde . whose bid is accepted, to have the privlH'gt) or furnishing the material for the outside m tht re mainder of the bnffding when Congress mav have made fbe net easary appropriationsTot l<w construe - tion. provided that at that-time it Is deemed for the interest of the United States to *1V0 it to him. The department reserving "** right tp reject the piopotls hereby Invited, should the interest of the United States require it. The stones tnu?t all be wrought W the dimen sion*. tires, model*, Ac., which may befurnished by this department, by which all measurement* frtll b? governed. On the court or re.vr side of the exterior Ihe walls will be plain ashler, with plain window opening* of equal height in the three npper stories, and erownerl with a cornice similar to the rear of the preset building, without the architrave and frieie On the remainder of the exterior walls, the col umns and aatae, their capital*and bases, the enta blature and balustrade, the window and doordres sings, Ice., the stvle of*architecture of the present building, so far as ornament is concerned, will be preserved throughout, with the exception of the door and window openings, whlfch may be varied, except those fn thieeast ena of the two wfhjs. The sixes, shape, and dimensions of the columns, aivtat, capitals, bases, and cross section of the entablature and balnstrade will be the name as in the present buildinp. It ot granite, the shaft of the columns mav b?> either in one or three pieces of equal length. The base and capital of the columns and antae will each be In one piece. The architrave of the entab lature will extend in one length from Centre to ren tre of antae or column, and those over the latter to be composed of but one block, with both sides and bottom wrought, together with SJich parts ol the top aa^av be required. Those over the antae, the outer face and the top and bottom edze. The face of the ashler must be perfectly wrought to the sample, with all the necessary heads. re bates, returns, Ac., required. The bed*, butht*. ends, Ae., rough hammered to the square. All re bates, mouldings., ornamental and bevelled work must ue clean wrought, and agreeably to the dirafr tions given by the superintendent. If marble is used, the shafts of the columns may be in four and live pieces; the architrave in. one length from centre to centre of the col unuis or antae; but over the former may be composed of thr?n aeparate blocks, one laying tlatwise, forming tin nnderside and the fir?t member on each edge; the other two standing on edge; forming the iiisid< tiid outside f.?;es of the same. Those over the antae m^st be in one block. The Measurement of the material and work de livered, and the payment thereon will made agree ably to the following form and schedule, and all bids must be made accordingly. Sc^iedulee; rule for the measurement of materials 11 be deliveud. vjz :*jper foot in length;including cost of stock) miirbt. ami wo-k?an?b'p 4 Aft*hitrave over column, including coat of stockyfreight. aud workmanihip. Architraveoverantac, incl udingcostof stock, freight, a-id workmanship Capitals of column*, each including cost of v.oek, freight, and workmanship Capitals of antae, each, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship... Bases of antae, eacii, including cost of *tock, freight,and workmaaship..... Bases of colrunn, each, indue iug cost of stwek. freight, and workmanship Shafts of column, in one piece, including cost of stock, freight.'and workmanship.. Sh ifts of co^mn, in tliree or ujpre plecea, including cost of stock, freight, and work* mans hip. Plain steps, ps'ilh a cross section of 1 7 by t>% too iaenes,) per foot in length, inclu dii^; co*t of stock, freight, and workman strip Platform^. 3 fret wide, length not exceeding lUfeet. Includingstock.freight,and work manship, per superficial foot of surface seen For any greater width.than 3 feet, up to 8 feet, an increase of price per superficial * foot for each additional 3 inches of width of All the othfi: ?tones of the building whose width does not exceed three Uuies their thickness will be measured as follows; The stock in all atones whose contents do not exceed .10 cubic feet, will be measured and paid for by the table contents, at per cubic foot. % For all stdnes exceeding 30 feel and not ex ceeding 70 cubic feet, for each additional foot an additional price of, per cubic foot. . r For all stones exceeding TO cubic feet in con tents, foreach additional foot aa addit^puai price of, per cubic foot.. For stones of greater width (ban three times their thickness, there will be paid an additional price of per cent for each additional three lir-hea in w'.dui. The work on the above will be measured and Said for by the superficial foot. For each super* cial'foot of fine hammered granite work seen, SUfcl to &. 1 hamiaerlns on Boston custom-house, per superficial root No. a hammering on Boston custom-house, per superficial foot No. 3 karamenntj on Boston custom-house, per superficial loot No. 4 ^liunmersi^r on Boston custom-house, per superhc'al root..... For all bed*, builds,ends, backs, Ac.., ham mered full to the sq.iare, a* ordered, per Superficial foot .. ' teach bidder to f urr u?h a sample?a cube of one foot of the stone he propoties to a,liver, with live faces hammered, giving on four sides his under standing of the above four qualities of hammering the fiftu side, his rough hammering; while the sixth may show the rough stock; and this will be ushI as a standard In judging of the stock de livered. If marble, the face of the ashler must be ham mered in the saost j(erfeet manner, agreeably to a sample of the size above named, to tie furnUaed by the bidder; and the surface seen will be muae. uredand paid f* at* per superficial foot. For hammering of beds, builds, backs, <fcc., full the sq'iare, us per satne, 9 per superficial foot. If the above Is saa>d rulAxd. per cett Is lo be added For hammering of channels and rebates, not ex ceeding 4 by 2 Inches, cent additional per lineal foot. For hammering of mouldings of one curve, -? per cent idditiehsl upon the cost of plain work; of two curve*. Otr Cent, upon plain work, per su perficial foot. Kach arris on same, cents per lineal foot. Fur hammering hevtiledwork, per cent, ed dltional to plain work; but to apply only to the part cut off now eke square work, and which Is In no case to be sneaaurea i? the plain work. For hammering of circular work, ?? percent, additional to plain work. N inety per cent, of the amount of the work done and material delivered, according to the price, 1*2 id amount to be a->certamed by the e*tl mate of roe superintendent appointed for that pur pose,) '..ill be paid from time ;o time as the work prw.da, and ten per cent retained until the coin Sieti-jn of the contntrt and au^Uuce of the wcrk, c., by the superintendent aforesaid. j Contracts will be awarded only to master build em or mechanics; and the assignment thereof, ex cept by consent of the Secretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the same Every proposal must be accompanied by a writ t>Mi guarantee, signed by two responsible persons (centred to ->e so by the district attorney or judi'e of the said *Usttir4)'ihat the ladder will, when re quired, if his prooosais lie accepted, enter into a contract ;ud Uo .ti. with proper and suAclent se curities. In the ?um of iilty thousand dollars, for the faithful pufonu^nce of the sa>ue, if for tin whole work, and <n a proportionate amount if f.?r a part thereof. A ay i*lornt*tiv? touchiug the iua>. ter can be obtained by application to the Treusury iDttVtQWll Propos;ihs will also be reeei ved up to the afore said aate for furnishing and deli /ering at the site, by the pertb. the rough stone for the foundation, C'-llar, and area walls'of said building, and m?*t be of the very best description for that pr..pos-i. They will be required m 'ach quantities aud at such times as will be most for the convenience of ike operation on the work, and In quality, to the entire approval of the sop?<rtnteudent. j he de partmont reserving the right to rejeet the proposals hereby iavited If the interest of the United States Xbouid ro>l u ire It. The proposals must be sent to this department. Juocaed U> the superintendent, under cover to flu ^L,re"*W *4 ice Treasury. (enJoraed M Mabrrith for ike *!*&*"?''Sri >*?*?%,**) and will C ojiened at ^ o'uocj^, p m , of the last di?;> Axed for receiving 'V the : resence of the bidders, if ?M V e.hoowe . KaqulFefjIticbmoed, Va.; H?itk??l, Alexaa^rla, WaTlitfelligeocfrr and Star, Wa^'lBgton, D C.; Sun and Baltlmrw, Md ; niaa, Fhiladeipcia; Day IU) >k and Snn, Ne\f York; PosS. Kston; Argus, FofUmal, Me.; Patriot. < n- (.rd, N.u.t and Argua, Aibaav, W. Y . two tiroes each w?rk for s/xW da>v.? Bill to be sent to Secretary of the Treasurir. A.H.BOWMAN, Sup't of Treasury Building kixtension. t KRJTTA**1A AND PLAN I MI ED WARE riUiA and Coff?ia tins, Coffee tlret]uas, Code* 'i Biggia.;, Coffee Vliijfc,? r . pots, Teapois. Peabeis. t^rg Boiler?, Cha&ag j^lshes. Imperial "iisa Covers, Ti.*<^n?, Caatrt#., Pitchers. ops, Iaa*v?. CajadlesthJu, semr Lotnas, Xp4> jon", Ac., at tint Housekeeper's l 'uruij*hingSt?i^t Ml sjeveutb atroec. GY.O. FRANCIS ir^ELlL^ taHi - I ? fl ?cl. I an Mtvrl.&XD OF GOI^Dj'Cali/otk.a uhVelkd, Fiction; l?v H. ft. Helper. 1 , r CK TAYLOR Information far Tragftlfirg, BY RAILROAD *lRJkG5E TO THE WEST fimiPft TUm between WmU?|Ui ud Wheeling k?t 17 % httrt! Runing Time between Washington tad Cincinnati 27 houri!! ! THROWS TICKETS AXO BAOOAGK chicks TO IK HAD IH WASHIW?TO*. mHE BALTIMORE"AND OHIO RAIL JL ROAD ha vintfjjreatly improved It* Western connection*. now oflers t^e__f ullest^indocemen t* to rooi, inu me wu i hw K?T. The connection between the Train* from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Baltf more In always promptly made at the Washington J (taction (lately called the Relay House) 9 mile* from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river Batfjrage la checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without chare: for those holainsr Through Tickets for points be yond. The connecting Trains leave Washington daily atC a. m. and 4# p. m. On Sundays atth' latter hour only. At WHEELING direct to*a.eetion is mad' with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bell aire, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, SJanesvllle, an<l Newark, to COLuMBUS. These trains conaec' ! at Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfield i and Sandoskv Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis. etc. At COLUMBUS the C.O. Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of IheLiUi* Miami Rati road to Xenia, Cincinnati. Louisville, etc. At XEN1A (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is fot/ued with the train* through Dayton, to Indi&n i apolls, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Roc V Island, St. Lout*.-etc. . Passengers holding Through Tickets for Mtmphit, Virlttbur*. ffatelk'z, New Orlennt, etc. .whlchare also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the M<dl Steamers on th< Ohio. Tickets for Svansvtlle, Cairo, and ?t. Louis are sold by this route. JET For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, wbeu the Ohio Is aaviable between Wheeling and Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland' and Pittsburg Railroad l< made. Travelers are requested to notice that while thl* is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks In Washington, It Is al.*o the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leadir-; points in the great West. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati Is but f?53 miles, btliu abont 100 miles shorter than by anv other route! FARE, BY THROUGH TICKET, FRO A" WASHINGTON To Wheeling. f9 50; Colu.u bus. S13 to; Dayton, S15 50; Cincinnati, 813 Wi Loulsvltle. by railroad. SIS 65, by steamer from Cincinnati, *19 Of*; Indianapolis, S17 50; Cleve land. St* 50; Toledo, #15 80: Detroit. S15 U\ Chicago, S20 d5 and *\9 50; St. T,ou1?. *??> 50 an? S25: Memphis. WiS: New Orleans. ?31: etc. ?rr FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S F ER R V. MART IXSBL RG, C UM BE R LAN 0. BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRING PI EDMONT, OAKLAN D, and FAIRMOUN 1. passengers may Lave Washington at 6 a. m. or 4* p m. F or the minor wav stations betwee t Baltimore and Wheeling, take t> a. in. train frcn. Washington. IO*"For trains to aad from Baltimore. Ana polls, etc.. see special advertisements. IC7"For further information. Through Tickets. Ac., apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore may 3?if TO T1IE PUBLIC. HMHE STEAMERS MOUNT VERNON and 1 BALTIMORE will stop at A!- ? ? ., a ? - - , fWj^xr?? exandrla, l>oth day and n1i?ht, and . at the landings on'rhe Potomac river : Fare by th?*e boats, vli: To Alexandria : SO H?*i To Marbury's 1 00 Tc. Cockidt Point 15" 'p* Quai.tico 1 .V? To Sandy Point 1 30 To Aquia Creek * U? Excursion tickets to Aquia Creek and return, in cluding dinner or supper, A deduction on this charge will be made to r?artie? of ten or mor? wishing a divllght or moonlight Excurstou. This will att'ord to our citizens a pleasant recre ation from the heat and. d.-st of the c't. at ver> moderate rates. L REYNOLDS, Captain. WM. MITCHELL, Captain Either of the above boats can be chartered for Excursions. Towinu- Ac., bv appl.dng to GEO. MiATTIXGLY, Superintendent of the Washing ton and F redericksburg Steamboat Company. Jy 'i\?eo3w CANAL PAClkET M!1F. TO POINT O? ROCKS. THE Canal Packet CONGRESS having bet i thoroughly repaired and Put>2fe?-? in first rate order (the machinery* Joeing rernove<iand horse power iiil>s~tituted) cor tiuues making her regular trips between Gecrg" t.-'vu and the above (Mace. The Boat ?will leave the wharf of W. B. & H. '} Rltter for Point of Rocks on MONDAYS, WED N ESDAY S and F RI DA V S at 7 o'clock a. m: ar I ihe Point of Kor.ks for Georgetown on TUES DAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at the same hour, stopping at thediffierent landing* alorij the line for the reception and landing of paske:ige.? and freight, goin^' and returning. The Boat will leave Georgetown at 7 o'clock a m., and arrive at the head of the Great Fails at li, Senaca at 1. Edward's PewyStf, Monocacysy! Knowiau's Ferry 6, and Point of Rocks at i oY.l s p. m. Returning, leave Point at 7 a. m., Know lan's Ferry at 7)^, Monocacy8. Edward7s Ferry 11, Seneca'1, Great Fails 3.# ,'and arrive at George town at 7 p. m. Passage through either way ?2. Meals served regularly on board the boat at m?I erate prices. CHARLES MERRILL, Capt. Je25?dtf ORANGE k. ALEXANDRIA RA1LROALV G^^"^^OUTHE^KN MJUL "lANE ! TWICE daily between WASHINGTON ani the SOUTH, via ALEXANDRIA. OUlI DONSVILLE and RICHMO.ND-nonlgLtll.-e on Sunday. Leave W ashington % before 0 o'clock a m l<eave Alexandria If " 7 "am Leave Washington X lt 7 " pm Leave Alexandria # " 8 " p m TABKS BT K'SIT LI5E. From Washington and Alexandria, to Gor donsville SI > From Oordonsville to Richmond 2 '?!5 Travelers will find the morniog line tb? cheap est, most pleasant and expeditiouu route to t; e Greenbrier White Sulphur, Fuuquier White Sul phur, Warm, Hot, Alum and Capon Sprl^^-;, Warren ton, CharlottsviUe, Staroiton, Strai'bur., Winchester, Harrisonburg, Loxin^ton. Weir a Cave, Natural Bridge, Lnmy, Nev; Market. Mki dleburg, Ac. ?AJtBS BT MOJNI.TS T I?5K ; From Alexandria to Warrentco. - - 52 00 " " Uordoasvillc, - 3 50 " " Cluxlottcr>viUe, - 4 50 " " SUiuiton, - ? S IH) strw.biug, : : Hs?i " ? Middkw;'. : ? 1# s?u u U Winchester, ? - Luray, ? ? ? ; r*. 4i u New Market, - 5 10 s. ? - - - - <? ?( miuiucirmjf, - S to OMNIBUSESindBA?i(J AGE WAGONS w'.l be at the Depot of the Washingtoa Railroad, to convey pa?r tiger* and baggage to the Steam for ALK&ANDRiA, a distance of 6 miles, allov lng ample time for m^als. H W. VANDE3RIFT, Jy 14 Gen. Snpt. THE POTOMAC RIVER STEAM BOA V COMPANY'S STEAM Ek ALICE C. PRltit:. CAPT. SAMUEL BAKER. * WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SI \ o'clock a. m., and ALEX AN- : DRIA at 7 o'clock, a. m.? J On TUESDAY MORNING8?For Mottoc. Currioman, L. Machodoc, Plney Point, Kinsai ?! and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS?For Chapel Point, Wicomico, l^eonardtown, Piuey Point,Si. Mary's, and Cone. On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?Leave Core ct.4 o'clock, a m , for St. Maryra, Plney Point, Leonardtowa, Wicomloo, and Cnapel Point. Oa SATURDAY, (retumine)?Leave Cone ct 4 o'clock, a. m., for Klusale, Plney Point, L. M > chodoc, Currioiuan, aad Mattox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual landing on the river when sign lis are made. By order of the Board: JAMES P. SMITH. President. Alexandria, Va., June 1, lb55. . 1* i5?tf STFAMUOATS CONNKLTIAO WTITH TiACB TRAIN OF CARS ARR1V T ? Uu lu Wa^hiagtw, or 41 esma- _ "'. dria.?"ft* Steamers THUS. COL-fiiS^.J , VER or GEORGE WAhflLNGTOXwarma|.t the above connections, Jea?inu Washington at 6 a in , for the Orange . <LAiex?adria Cars, and con nect with the same train oa their arrival. in* EAL8 furnished on the boats. The Baats connect whh all the trains from Ba?> tlmore. SAil'L OEDNEY, Captain. FOR .HOCUT VEKNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE* round trip, SI; fioin Alexandria _ . fa 75 c mts ?The steamer THOMAS?^a?el^-^ j COLLY ES Lavet. Washington at 9, aad Alexan dria a 9% o'dToct C^?s teate the boX at SKb'clock Coach farv W cents, pir ?ons w shlng the coaches will leave th?ir residence With G!?orge A Thomas Parker. Refreshments oo the boat. ,3AM'L OEDNEY, Captain. ?In form* Man forTtavelgrg. TU? NEW ?VRK AND LIVERPOOL ! _ united STATES ^?3*ft nfflril " ITKAMKRI.MUtt rilHK SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINF 1. ire tli* ATLANTIC. Captain West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC, Captain ComMoi k, i ADRIATIC, Captain Graftoa. The**5 Ships have bees built by contract, express ly for Government reprice; every care ku been taken In their constriction, a* In the engines, tc injure strength and speed, and their accommoda tions for passengeft are u*jeqnailed for elegant and comfort. raica ov "assas*. From Near Vork to Liverpool, la ftntcafcta, flit Second cabin, 7f Exclusive use of extra size state rooms, - 330 P-om Liverpool to New York, - ?90 and ?* An experienced Surgeon attached to eaah ship. N? berth can be secured until paid for. F of freight or passaee apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS fc CO., 56 Wall street, New Vori. BROWN, SHIPLEY & CO., Liverpool. E. G. ROBERTS ft CO.. 13 Klmr* Arms Yard, Londoa JOHN MUNROE A CO., K Rue Notre Dam* dee Victolres, Paris. GEORGE H. DRAPKR, Havre. The owners of these ships will not be accounta ble for gold, silver, bullioa, specie, Jewelry, pre cious -tones, or metals, unless bills of lading ara signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed. nov It?ly WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. fiHAXGE OF HOURS?On and after Mon J day, the ?ld Instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 8 and &X a m., and 3 and p. m. On Sundav at p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4and a. m., and 3 aid 5* p. m. On Sunday at a. m. ap*l-tr T H PARSONS, Agent* ALEXANDRIA A WASHINGTON BOATS THE Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON wll leave at the following hours. _ J* Fare 1? % rent*. !k The THOMAS COLLYER, when not other ways engaged, will make trips on the route at al terns Le hours. Leave Washington at?, 8, ?*, 11#, 2#, 4,5# and 7. Leave Alexandria at 7. t, 19%, 1#. 3*, 4 X, and 6W ? P. 8.?The Boat will leave Alexandria at 1\' f . m., or immediately on the nrrival of ihe cars. Jy 7?d JOB CORSON, Captail. 10 A;.L THAT ViUCE THS IK SIGHX. f T7"ISH Krj to rail the attention to all that suffer \ V with defective sight, eaus**d b" a<re, s'^k n? -. and partieulatlv from glasses laiudirlouslv ^ejected, to his sup^ior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully grour.d by bimtelf to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, syif-d precisely and beueiicially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of tLe e/e Very numerous are the 111 effects caused to (he precious organ of sl?rht from the common- em^nt of using glasses In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Op'omtter; and the praciiceof bihuv years, enables ^jm to measure the foetidisea?e of ihe eyes, arfd such glasses that are aiwwlutely re quired will tie furnished with precision and satis raetioe. J. T. acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment alreadv obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by send ing the" glasses in use, and stating how many Inches the)'can read this print with their spect-i cle*. can be supplied with such that will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and iefer e rices given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his ^lassts. Circulars to be had gratis, at his oi&ce. No. Cl'l Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellow' Hall, up stairs. N-?*?oi.a, September?, 1S51. Sir?The Spectacles you inad-* for me suit v?=ry well, and seem to have improved my sight mere than any other 1 have lately Lied L1T1. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacle.* obtained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding wi :h his des^ripVon of the focus. 1 reconanend nlm as a skillful opti cian. HENRY A WISF. Mr. J. Tobias ! Sir?The pair of Spectacles yon furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfa*" tor) to me. Tney are very aecith dly the best 1 possess, uud 1 am the owner of eight or nine pair, carefully selected in different place# end from op ticians recommended to me on account of the'i profeesioual standing in England, F.ance and th* United States. I have been also pleas d with your remarks and directions cn the treatment cl the eve*, for the purposcof prewrvlng and Improv ing tlie aigli*. Kcipscifully, yours, CHAS. CALDWELL, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. Lrncuatras, Nov. 10. 1S54. Mr. John Tobias having Dixuished me wlih Glasses, by which I have bef n 'greatly aided ^my vision having s'ifi'ered greatly from reading ct night In my sa/lier life) Retford* me th? highest picasu.e to say that I routider him a skliiful prac tical optician, and well pr?paxod to aid those who may need his professional services WM. B. ROUZIE, Elder of Methodist Conference. Wilmington. N. C., Jan. 'Si, IbM. Mr J Tobias : Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from you last week axe entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity in the visual range of my eyes, I have hereto fore found great difficulty in getting glarse** of the proper focul distance. It a?ords me pleasure to state that. Ly the aid of vour optometer, this didi c blty has been happily obvlaU-d so that the gias es youfiirnlshrti rue are decidedly the heat adapted to my eyes of auy I have ever yet ut?d. V e?y respectfully youra^ Rector of St. James' Parish. Department of In'erior, May 7, 1855. From natural defects and toe unequal range of ity eyes, I Lave been compelled to in?e glasses for se\eral y^ars I have tried different optioiaas wlfhout obtaiiiing glasses perfectly itUed Lo my eyes Four months since ilr 'fruias made two pairs (specially for me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. By the u*e of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye. I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to useglasse^, and bear my testi mony as to his skid as an optician. henry V: Baldwin, Aisist. bac'y to sign Land Warrants. Jy ivor RSCIDIVAL DEP.IHTMEST OF GEORGE TOWN IOLLEGE, Cotntr cf tfcAl T\e? lfth iij., Hra?AiA?ton. rpHE next Annual Comse oi Lectures will com A on Monday, the 5th of November, aud end fn Alarch following. ? acvlt r: Nubls Yowku, M. D., Professor of 1 nstltutes and Practice cf Medicine. FLonoAiDo Howako, M D * Professorof Ob stetries and the Diseases of Women and Cbil "dren. Jobx^on Eliot, M.D., Professor of Anstcmv. Jaxki E. AIouuan, M. D., Professorof Medical J urisprudeare aud Hygiene J. M. Sxtdhr, 3d. D , Profwsnr of Surgery. Bssj. 1,'. Chaio. M. I).. l'refe?sor of Medical Chemistry and Physiology. Goo. C. Schaevfkk, M. D , Professor of Materia Medica and Theii.peutics. Johnson V. D. Middlkton, M. D.. Demonstrator of Anatomy. fxis : For a full course t 99i> CO Matriculation, paid only once 5 no Graduation 25 UO L)emcnstrator!s ticket 10 Uu The Preliminary course will commence Octo ber 1st aud continue until November 5th. Lectures free to- Medical Students The Lectures will be delivered during the af ternoon and evening. This time of lecturing has been customary In tne College siu e its estabiun rnent, and is found to Le advsntageous to the stu dent. FLODOARuO UOWARD, M D. Dean, No. 322 F street north. au 4?kiwtN ov3 REESE'S EAGLE I'LU.tlSTNG AND GAS > FITTING DEPOT. rpilft subscriber respectfully announces .to his A friends and the puHie in general that he has tsMiwd the hist lot of the celebrated DODGE't* DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PUMP, wh'ch received the SILVER MEDAL at the late Fair of the Metropolitan Mechanics' lnsti tute, aad is now prepaxed to furnish all who may favor him with a call. His stock of GAS FIXTURES ate unsurpassed In the District. W lib hi# corps of competeut workn^en he prides blmself to Ull am ordefs in the PLUJJBING AND GAS-FITTING li|?e wi with promptness and ifiFAil work done warranted to give oompleie satisfaction. John rkkse, mavJ?tf corner 6th st and Pa avense. j\o to I) WANT Fl4s]|rRATK 1VMC M cream ! Qv ax sace to ARN Y. ttridga ?tr*t, Ueorgetown, he was ?waiued a MEDAL by the iieuopolitanMechanic.-, Iustltuta,forJC*ctakMS WATKR lias, aad Cams may tJ?fotf n INHALATION #oft hi CfH or A8THXA AITD COffSUMPTIO* NEW AND YSRT WONDtRfTL ?! ! BrHcht k?M to U* 4mt ?> tk? HIUIiil ? " A WONDERFUL discovery ha? recently been A made by Dr. Curtis. of this cltv, la the tmt mant of Cmimitpption, Asthma, and all disea*~? oftheLaaga. We refer to Dr. CURTIS'S HY GF.ANA. or LNHAL1N0 HYGEAN VAPOR \ND CHERRY SYRUP. With this new me thod, Dr. C. bat restored many aflicted one* U fceaitb. u an evidence 01" which he has innumem ble ierttfoatee. Speaking of the treatment, a phy sician remarks, "It la evideat that inhaling?ceo ' tautly breathing an agreeable, healing vapae th? prcp?0?a miurtccme La direct cob tar wiJi the whole ?nal ties at the luojn, aad thua escape the many aad varied changes f rodc -.j epemthem whrn introducedlatothencmacL ?oibjerrto the preoem of digestion." The Hrre ana li far sale at all the Druggie throuRbaut the country.?N. V. DuicCwumlam. 14 The Inhale* is worn on the breast ender the Me I?' taMt inooownlenee?the heat o: the body bclnjr suffie'ent to evaparaie the ttuld Hundreds of cases of cum, Hie the following might he named. s^ssa1-? ?? /. F. KKgbBLRRY, P. St. of Duscannoo, Ps . I smeared of the As&maaf ten veers' fitacfiJa* by Dr Curtis'* Hyrearra. MAROARETTSASTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS. PAUL, of No. 3 Hammond street. N. Y ? was cored of a severe case of Bronchitis byti* Hygeaaa. My rtrter has beer, crrn-d of a distressing ootv?v of reveral year*' ?and<n?, end deeded to be | r caieWe by the ph)u*rlane. She was cured In ece month by the II vjreana. J. ft. SAL DKRT, P. M. Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr. CHEKYfcK. of New York, te*l* aes of our medicine iu the following language : _ . N*w Yona, Nov. 14, ibM. Dear Sir: I think highly of Dr. Curtis'i. Hy* Alia as a remedy la disease* of the tknntud luu * *. Having had ?ome opportunity to testify- Its efflci cv, I am convinced tn*t it U a mo?iexcellent rcrr rdy, both the Syrup and the Inhaling application to the chest. Prof. 8. CENTER writes nn a* follows: Ge? tie men?I bave reeeatLy hsd occasion to re*t vour Cherry Syrop ?-*i Hnfma Vapor, uiaor* of chronic sore throat. thai'had refused to yield * other form* of trea'ment, sod tb? mult has suti* lied nie that, whatever mav be the coiupui>itloD ?f your preparation, !t \? no IinposH:.r*.l?.t to ext.' - lent remedy I wish, for theK"Sh f fV ittirtej. that it mipht he brongbf sdflhk t ?? tm*? : of all. DR. JOHNS, one of the mcr id Pbysl flisr.s in New York write* as t??*4* ? Dr. Crans?Dear Sir? Have* witnessed tL? extelivnt effect* of your llygcanac* H ? - ^esn V&por a*d Cherry Syrup, U> case of CLr->., t oronchi Us. and beintt mucb in latvWfcf romirr ir ritation in affection* or the throat. Jkonchial tu?>? ^nd lun^s, I can therefore cheerfcDv reromnrn u j \-o?ir Mediated A pa rat us as hetng the ni?st cot* v*?ni?'i?t and effset ial mode of apitying anvthin; of thi k*d I have ever seen. No ?<rjht thoiisaao { of)? rsons mav be relieved, and uaiy cured, fct Os:ng your luvdicuies. I must here 1* allowed to confer that I am cr. ;>o*ed to prescribing or using secret ccinpouad>. wit this lHrle neatlv contrived article. sjuT Its ef fects in the case above alluded to, bave induce 1 me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to me thi? in any way to i may ihiuk proper. Respectfully, yours. Ac., C. JOHNS, M D., No. fit I# Houston street, N. Y. Prico three dollars a packaue. Sold bv CrRTIS A PERl.INS and EOYD A PA UL, 149 Cbembern st., N. Y. Four packages ser.t free te anr pert of tUeU^. ted Maie> f?r Cen doilai s. " B-Wr Is the OR 18 Ilf A . end ONLY KKNUINft ARTiCl.K; all otbe., are base imitations, or vile aud iaii-rtcos cojuu . feits. Shun them as y??u would FOISON For saie in Washington hy CHAS STOIT Pa^ av^r^ near 7th street, JLtd J. t. WOORf! In the F irst VYi rd. may 'J2?Cui CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD! ROT A PAITXCLS OF MEKCCar ta IT. AN INI-ALLIDLE RK.MKDY for Scrof.Jht; V.s EvJj Rheumatisin, Obstlrale Cutaie - ous Kruptiws. Pimples or Pustules on the far-, ''to^he*. Boils. Chronic Sore Fyrs. Rln? Wrn? or Tetter, >(ald Hwd, Knlarjpaifnt and P; ?.i %6f the Bon' ? eiicl Joints. St?iWhom rirem, i; ? pbiliiic Disorders, I urnha^o. Spinal Cco.? Uiaints, aad uii tlie di?Ki>e>> arising from an i'.? judicious t se tif Menurv, lojpmdence in L(I or Impurity uf tfce Blood. ^fHIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which has A become celfbrated for tLe number &f eitrao> uinarv enrts, eTccted through its agency, h?^ ii. dn<vd the proprietor*, at the nr.t?nt requsst of thi; t frit t** oner it U) the public, wfciclj \vitn the utmost ronttdettoe in its virtues and wo ,. curative properties The foUowiitir cer*. i c?it?>, selected from a large number, are. however, streamer testimony than the mere word cf the pro prietors ; and are all from <;e-itlemen well Arc-, n in their localities, and of the ?r-h#st respwetab^' tv, many of them residing in the elty of Rich mend. Va. F. BO^DFN. Ksq., of the EichacW 'Ho?'*' Kicbmoud. known everywhere, says he has se 1 the iViedii ine called Cautks's SFanttB M:x tcb*, administered in over a hundred case*. 1:1 nearly all the diseases for which it is recommend ed, with the most astonishingly yood results. I!o says it the most extraordinary medicine he ha* ever seen. AGLE AND FEVFR?GREAT CVRE.-\ uereby certify that for three vears I had Affne ac.l f ever of the most violent description. 1 had rev tial Physicians, took lave quantities of Uutsire. I Mercury, atid 1 believe all the Tonics advertised, oot ail without permanent relief. At last I tr>?* Carter's Spanish .Mixture, two bottle* (tf wfci.-h effectually cured me. s?d I am bappy to ?v I have had neither cl.lils or fevers since. I ccr sider it the best Tonic la this world, and the o^iv medicine that ever reached my case. u ^ JOHN LONGDEN. iJkavsr Ditch, ntar Richmond, Va. C. B LUCK, Esq., now in tht c?ty of Rich mond, and for many purs in the Post t>tiice has such confidence in the astonishing t Jlcacy of Car **'' Spanish Mixture, that he na-s bought no Wiirds of od bottles, which he has civen atrsv i.? : tne afflicted. Mr. Luck savs he has" never kuovi. it to tail when taken according to directions. Dr. MlNGE, a practising; Phj-sician. and fc-r- I merly of the City KeM, in the city of Richmond. ^J'8 a? witnessed iu a numiter of instanr es the effects of Carter's S;?aiiish Mirture. whki 1 were most truly surprising. He says in a case of Consumption, dependent on the Liver, the eitects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M DRINKER, of the firm of Drir, *er * Moms, Richmond. Mras cured of Liver complaint of three > ears standing, by the use > t two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA ?'The Ed4 tors of the Richmond Republican had a serva*. employed iu their press room, cured of viol* ut J?crofiiIa, combined with Rheumatism, which en tirely disabled him from work. TwohottVs of Caiter's Snanisb Mixture mad - a perfect cure of Uiiu, and the hUlitors, in a public notice, my they '?cheerfully recommend it to ail who are aMicK d with any disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER C URE O FSCRO fUL i I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula bv Carter's Spanish Mixture' I consider Itlxuu i valuable medicine JAM KS M TAYI.OR Co * ductor on the R F and P R R Co., Richmond, SALT RHEUiT OF JTTEJfrY YFARS iT*I,DI*? CVRFV -Mr. JOHN THOM P ?ON, residing in he city of Richmond. vrascur?sl by three bottles cf Carter's Spaaish Mixture of tsalt Rheum, which he had for nearly twee if WM A_MATTHKWS. of Richmond, had a thing's ?/ ^ tbe form, hy l-arter ? bpaaiah Mixture. He savs be cheerfully recommends it, and considers it a very medicine. KDV\ IN BUR TUN, commissioner cXthe rerw. nue, savs he has seen the good effect of Carta,-?? >. paulhb Mixture in a numuer of SyphilitM eases, and says It Is a pcTfeot cure for that horilhie di ? ease. WM. 6. HaRWOOD. ef Richmond, cured ?f old Sores rnd Ulcers, which disabled 14m froai walking. Took a irw bottles of Carter's Spanh u Mixture, and was eaabled to walk without a ertiteh, la a short time p?rnua?enUy cured. N^^,sr^2f.CL08,s4cu ? 8< 181 N?rJ' SKt,C4 BKSi.NETT * UKEKg, N*. bis mi. Richmond, V?. ia U ^V^wk*.8 Price f 1 per bottle, or six bottle r~ ar ?epai-ly SHbStT?aS ft? i; Vt ,u 11 Gentlemen's _ KAU* * ! jy ^ ^ P| i,ux to I re? Hall. j *'?+>?, - '?'<? r* w .1?-1 :j W * j .li.'H ax'ii < >fc . f . niVlTX \i|UK AL TftKATUI , PHILOSOPHICAL OT MllEUtS, ft n. H. LA i-MlI, M. j?0j*r. *. y . IET as# Pip* ?4 W FU*, Flail Lithograpla aad Plato Mft nly Tv?ty>nr? Sms F+04 if ?MMfi u ?U ftru ?/ ii* QUAPflTT BOOK EVER rflUUM double the quaatity of i ng matter la that uf tVr FHTY CENT OR POL LAB PUBLICATION# v*y i - * * ft treats on the PHVSIOL OBY OP MARRIA6B. tnd the Seeiet In*aattfa?^V nd Disorder m Yooth Maturity, rerultlr.g from ex- N^l *?h, ?tkh totw lb# Of ihyal ?J a>4 teiald po? . '-Ayj fi?, ?(tk OWmttOM <? Marriage Its datiea a ML dteqaalifieaHn^, u4 their remedies; <with Mlhifcrapas, illuatretlaf the Anatomy and Physiology. and Dteaaeeeof the I' i>rodact!ve Organ# of berk seres, their atrorto*r, sr*. aad functions. A reattean' "Ive Treatise ea the Duties and Cat gleand married 11**?happy ard fruitful i at securing them?<?>!'4U>ns and WatUi < ud removal,?iir porta-t hlata to thcae cruteiania'ing mririmeay, thai will evcicoine r' ectlor.? to It; ncr r. hewrvrr shodd V ? Ui ? - ^ ' V .? j nv; , m* ?" V ?v? . '?? v ? w ?ake this Important step wfthoni |w emisalthtr Its pegea?comments riee ea the dtecameand awik al t realm* at of females fteia lnfhaey aeoM ag*, ?th JgriphlcaBy illustieted by beaatlftn iTthcgra lihlc plater?nervous deallKy, ftu < by a process al once ao simple, saL.. that allure lamposslbte?rain tor defy men:?an eaaay oc Sf reservations ea a saf ?f treatment?peace nil naary hlata mi the aetla re uniting from empirical practice u ewar an mil diseases arising from iaalscre*: n. with plain and simple rules bv which all perw>n* ran cure ttesn s? !ves without mere nrr?remedies (tor those welf c J6E marriage Its perusal 1* particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining Mrrrt doubts of their ~ ?tiStfe( physical condition. and w\h? are reeedenwat bav ing h*rarded the health. happiness. and privileges to which every human Winr is entitled. Price TWENTY-FIYKCENTS per copy, ar Pire Conies for One PoRit Mailed nee or poet age to all parts of the United States B. It ?Those who prefer aaay roosuit Dr LA CROIX upon any of the diseases apon which this l>ook treat*, either personally or by aoni: Medi fine sent to anv part of the Union arrordjn^ to di , rreiions. safely parked and carefully earn**! frraa ! ail observation I Ad<ires? Dr M. B. LA CROIX. No Si Maldra j Lane, of Post Office Koj 5?t?, Albany. N Y. R office open daily from 9 a m. to ? p. aa, >a Sniidsv from 1i until ft p m j jrr office RFMOVEli from No.? Beam at. to 31 Maiden Lane, Albaajr, N. Y. dec 7?f | ? UUCTUK HUUVLARII'I ? CEI.KBRATKl) GERMAN BITTERS, ?rttr&kic it Hr. C. >l. JA? Rso*. Philadelphia, Pa., will irriertaiT era* LITER COMPLAIWT. DY??EHU, Jmmiviict. Ckrontr sr y?rf?si /ifWMljr. Dm mmi of tkt mnd mil Ditr mrtsimg from a Dtiefdtrsd Lir*r or Sttmmt*. ?a-iaa aua^>Lrii<-u re- finrnt-ndtd. It is nt^w and nntri??d article, bnt one that has stuud the "test of a ten years' Trial beftwe tbe Amer Soch as Constipation. Inward Piles, Fallnesa. nr Blood to the Bead. Aciditv of the Htotnorh. Nau sea. Heanburn. Biagnst for food. FuUnrsa, or AYei^ht is tbe Momarb. Sour F>uctatioaa. Biah in? or Flattering at the PK of the Stomach, Swimming of tbe Head. Hurried and IMffieelt Dreatbiag. FluUrrine o? tbe Heart. Choklacor Suffor?ang Sensatiouo when la a lyinp Posture, Bimnes;- of Vision. Dots of Wens Seforr ttw Sight. Fever and f>nll Pain Ir f1?e Hrwd. BHI rleney of Perspimtioo. Yelio?m<^s ?-f tbe SMa and*. Pain in the S'de. Bark. Cheat. l>mlis Ar., Sudden Flufbe* of Heat Burning In the Flesh. Constant Imaginings of EeiL, and great Depression of Sptrita. THK PROPRIETOR. In caning the attention nf the public to this preparation doe* ao with | a fueling or the utmaat conldenee In Its ihina ; and ..d.iputloo of It to the diseaaas for whlcL It la I lean iieople. and its reputation and sale la nari vtoleJ by any similar preparations extent Tbe . testimony In ita Cavor v v? u b> the niest promi nent and' well-Lnown Physicians and lodi vidnais, [ in all pa<t? of tbe country S n..n.?i.vr Tii?- fol ' lowine from North Carolina Is reapectftiTIy sub I milted, referring aay who may still doabt, to the I "MenorabCia '' or Practical Rsreipt Booh, for I Farmers and Familias. to be had graUa ?f all the Agents for the German Bitteas. | Priori pal Office and Manufactory. IN ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Ctrttjitait tf Dr IT Smith, of Ptn* HtU. Rich mond Count*. N. C. Pm* hill, March4. 1?SI. ! Ha.C.M JACtson. Philadelphia?Dear Mr : t [ bare been a siibiec-t ?' Dyspepsia, in ite worst f.Titi. for the last five pars. Suet was my oondl tion for twelve months (hat tht pi. vsieian* and all who saw me said I must die. while In this ron dltion f wns carried to the watering risers In Vir ginia. T^niies.Hee, and North Carolina, bot wis not V>enefltted by any water to which 1 was taken. While on my w?v home T *top|*d a week at Ruth erfordton, a small village in North Carolina to try the effect of some Chalybeate water la that place. About tbe last of tbe werk 1 wrnt uto s drug store to get some medicine for mv child and myself There were several of the village physt clans in the store, and one of tliem isewfd to taki take some interest in my case. and. after asking me some questions, said he had been a dyspeptic and had been greatly beneatted bv the nse of IIOOF LANDS GERMAN BITTF.RS, prepay by von, and he tnslnted that 1 would try the Bitters. He also called tbe next day at my room, and In sisted m much that I would try them that I asked him toget me one bottle. He dtd k. and I reata n.eared"taking it as directed, and 1 was morr bea elilted by it than all the water and medicine 1 had ever taken. After rearhlng home one of my neighbor* came to fnc for a prescription and mealc'ne, (be a drt Elc,) and 1 gave him nearly all tbe Bitter* I left, which effected much good tn his caor. He has often called on me for more of tbe name kind of medicine, wring be was more benefftted by it than any other he h?d taken, but I have not bora able to get any mora for him or myself since ; will you. therefore, please ship me a doten or u.ore *as soon as possible. Respectfully, yours, W SMITH. D R HOOKER. RogerH Store, Wake Co., N. C., October *J4, ls53, teya: ' Having expenen'eed eery gnat bene#t from the nse of HOOF LAND'S UKRMAN BITTERS tn Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement of the Liver, and its tuu.comHani evils, I am detirou* of obtaining a quantity of It for the benefit of my community. Yon will, therefore, pl?a*e sead a lot. Ac., Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J, ATWOOD Haataviu-a, Yadkin Co.. N . C { November I si, io&i ( Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow ire tn ex press to yon my sincere thanks for vour disc* enr of a medicine which. to say tbe least of it. h.:?? rf ferted a cure that all other'me<dlc < ?*ec that 1 ..iw taken, hai*e entirely fsiladtodo HtK>FLAND'B GERMAN BITTER* have cured me of the meat Mi.hborn and aerravated case of the nuns (hat, perhaps, ever feU to the lot of hian. My case is not a stranger in this community, u I am wtsi known ia raH and the surrounding counties, and can truly say that my recovery has astounded all my frier ds and reiaJr ns. aa I had tried everything recommended, and nothing Rid me any goad un til I was prevailed upon to try tbe Bitters. Yen are at liberty te make any use of this coouaaatea tlon for tbe benefit of the aftieted, yon msy think proaci. Truly, ywttn, wy. j. atwqop. These bitters are ontirdp e<c?rmU*. they Invig orate and strengthen the sysianrf aever prostra" it, and can be used for la&nta aa well aa adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. GlLMAN, Washington; J. L. AlD \YELL Georgetown, and i. V. PIER PONT, Alexandria mar i?iy VCATtHES, ff JEWELRY. 8ILVER*ARt, ft. M. W. GALT A BRO are constantly receiving large invoices of the above, and nffer every article in Uteir line at the lowest ratea a GOLD AND SILVER WORM of every de scription made to order, such as TEST1MO* N1A LS, richly embellished, with appropriate de signs. SILVER TEA SETS, Dl?OiER SER ,VICES. Ac Precioua Stones set la every rtyte, however eteb orate ? ARMS, CRESTS. MOTTOES, Re cut aa atone. M. W. GALT A BRO., ?mo,.. ~?-.v ?- - - ' y Pf ? ae., between Nlath and Tenth ate. )e 14?tf FAJH, FKRrTNKBYr TOILET ARTI dea, 4c ?We have now la atare a Una vafi etv of ?><* aad common Fans Harrison^ and L?, bin ? oeiebmted Parfumery. Brashea, Comha, vte iticg aad niayiaaCardaj Teath Pewdem Pew Monnales, l igar Oases, Card (teaaa. Bashate, ka, all of which we am selling eat at tew prtcaa la av;tt the flmea at the Tlaao,llaate, Staitehary, aaffi Fwacj Goods Store of ' ' JO?.N P ELLIS,* m Pa aeona, ket Vtk and M* ate tst- at -, aw - ? ' ?x*trt |i:A. -II'' 4 'Ci t*

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