Newspaper of Evening Star, August 16, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 16, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. I VOUED NCTT DIE AT ALL. 1 *oald let die in Sprtirtirae, When worms begin to crawl, When cabbage plant* are shooting up, ] And ftogs begta to squall; 'Tis tLeu the girls are full of charms, And smile upon the men; |H'h?n lambs and pets are in the prime; ' 1 would not perish then. I would not die in Summer, When treea are filled with fruit, And every sportsman has a gun,. The little Dirds to shoot, The girls then wear the Bloomer dress, And half distract the men ; It is the time to sweat It out, I would not perish then. I would not die in Aututrji, ? Ai'ben new mown h?> smells sweet, 1*81? pigs * re rooting round f or something nice to eat j Tis then the huntsman's wild halloo Is heard a'ong the glen, And oyster* 'gin to fatten np, I woi? A<i not parish then. I wo ,ild not die in Winter, ^ or one might freeze to death. ? ben blustering Boreas sweeps around And takes away one's breath ; Wheu sleigh-bells Jingle, horses sr.ort, And buckwheat cakes are tall: In fact this is a right good world I would not die at all: _ ** A Painfal Scene. A correspondent of the Boston Journal gives the following sketch of un incident that fell under his noticqt ? <v * *cnc met n,y view *n tbe care Vbll;1^eli.hia to New York, as I had ever V . journeys. -A lady antl her hus band cj? into the rar8 at thc former ,aca< ^erc seated near ns?very respectable in ?pptaranoe, and the lady, in particular, un viiouioijly interesting. After a little while X noticed a strange man ner in the gentleman, which seemed to indi cate he was not favor of the Maine liquor At every place the cars stopped he evi dently replenished the vacuum in his throat by auew drink, nntil he could not sit without heljr in his seat. He then rose hastily and went and opened the ear door, and seated him *ir a with bis feet hanging outside. His wife wait much distressed, and tried to prevail upo'a him t? c >mo in, and he gave her "2. Push, r.hich almost sent her to the floor. , ?t Ke'jts rose, at.d, with the ai l of the con u.Uc't(J-, he was heljuwi in aud placcd in a re clin? ng position on one ot the seats beneath Ibe wiudvw. Ife soon apparently fell asleep? and it was Enough to break one s heart to see the atten tiOUo that the devoted wife lavished upon her scnselcs* husband. .She covered him up with iier shawl, to keep the dust from making him uncomfortable; it hi* hands fell in an un pleasant position, she gently replaced them, and perhaps bedewed them with a tear. Bet ore arriving in New York she seemed anxious to hare b\m awake, and asked one of the gentlemen to ' ploase wake him, as it was ? etranjre cjty, and she did not know what to ao. Two or three roused him a little, and ,?Tent to him with ? sweet smile and said : ' We have got almost to New York, and * glad, you are so tired; " and ho struck . 1M 'he far*. She had the sympathy of all JU the ear. I know, for there was many a moist ?*ye among the ladies, and many a bitter look t)n manhood's cheek. Arrived in New York, he would not leave no cars till ho was ordered by the conductor; *nd her attentions in crossing tho ferry were as assiduouaae ever, and met with pushes and IT3 l!ovt hcr bruta! husband. The last I sa-w uf her she w?? in the station house on tht New York side, begging him to g" and see to their bagzage, and he answered te Was a her own business, . e- ?-v traveling companion remarked,41 That ?- ?Praanly love, and when fce speak* Hindiu *o A fr again the tcill forget it a'L" Wojiu's Rights?Cgwuidins is Bi kfalo. ?Ve understand that an in<iiviiiual employed <>R the steamer Troy roceived a severe cow niding. at tho hands ot a highly respected and esteemed lady residing in Fort Erie, on Men day last. The circumstances are these : A few days ago tile Troy was chartered for an evening exeun-ion. Tho fellow alluded to above induced the servant girl of tho lady in question to join in the festivities of the ooca Men, and, after rho hid arrived on board, in treduoed her to the company as the lady her ftlf. Hcr conduct during the evening wa$ not such as Vesta would have approved?had Jt beon unexceptionable, the lady would have justified in showing her decided disap probation ot this proxy arrangement. It was not lonjf before the circumstance reached hcr var?; it will hardly be thought strange that ner indignation was raised to the highest ?pitch, and that she wished to punish the Indi an jual who had thus brought reproach upon if* Ia'f name- Accordingly, on Monday last, she came to this city, procured a stout raw <t preceded to thc b??at and asked fur the <.uen(lor. lie was on shore just then, but the <-aptaiu assured her that ho would soon come aboard, adding the remark that perhaps eome ene else c?uld transact the business in her * ,e.\ she firmly replied, "I wish to rWii! k m then stepi>ed down stairs, and happened t" meet Ler traducer. who had arrived, when she approached him and charged him with having dono what we have stated- He replied. 4-I don't know you,?' to which she answered, " Well. I know you." and tell to beating him right lustily with the lawnide ran to his room?she followed? he closed the door and held it?she pushed it open and gavo him a seeond dressing?when ne cscaped from the window and succeeded in hiding himself. He remained in concealmont until the boat wa? about to leave, then sud demy jumped ashore and took to his heels. He has not been seen here since?Buffalo ?.xprast Aug. V>. ? 5HOBT err TO MKTArHVSICS. ^ hat i.-? ATatter *?Never mind. What is Mind '?No matter. [Punch. A lady, who is a strict observer of eti quette, being unable to go to church on bun ?iay. sent her card. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Leavts For Dam Liverpool New York Aug 11 North S'ar... Havre New York Aug .11 ^^J!XAUa Southampton. .Nrw York. Aug 13 Waitle New York Liverpool. Aui/. *J2 a',0? New York Havre A?g 25 LJ" TheralLtomi* steamers loave New York on tLe 5th aud awth of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Brawns' Helal-r. r Am uovr J S* Hughes and family, K S Simnw A la?lv. Pa y* Miss A C Price, do J B Pheljjs and f*niilyr-\V A Maurv. 1>C m,^? ? Dr 8asseer,'Md Mi?- Phelp#, do Z Sanger, ix. do A H Jacob., NY J U Untoke, do J Harrington, Tex W D Bowie, do u ? lt ?,ruw.nl*^' H R?lpnwald A friend. M A itcihr, ,Va? do W Man, 1.a R Woesle. do t A Bruu?. do j Kodenwald, da W A Stansoury, Md J H Haw, d.' Miss Stansbury, do ST fctuart. Ya J N Gordon. Va c A Mauti', Mo Miss M C Oo/don, Va J H Morriaon La f. Boiling do g Set later, do *u? i.c UoUwfi? do A de A ndrada, lady A W H Gordon, Tenn *vt. Brazil Miss Litton, do Mme c Ai/uiar do A B Gaor. A'a G hmith. Pa <' P Ki*d. V. T J Tanner. Md J (j McCaulev K M Burgee, do Willmrd*' Hotel?h. a. A t. e. wiLtaa?. T O fKark. \ai KC Cross, O J Hunter. Va A B Richardson, do J R Anderson, do W R Looker, do B W Jones, NY A S Bass A lady, Va Hon J Sutherland, do J }1 Dourlau ft'lady, do L F'dliU,do T Hancock. Pa C. C Peter*, O W H Humphreys, Md L P McAlur, CORK W C Wickhain A Udy, W D White, do Vi C Wright, de Miss Carter, do F Ik nay, O j Wickhain, Me G Lauck, Md | j a Goodlett, do J A Boweu. do B Green, O VV l'rl? e, dn 6 W Strieker. NC L K Buwen. France I> Converse, 111 ^ C M*1*. IU Hon T 8 Bocock. Va P A lieu, do Kirk weed Hease?/. h A a. xmwoot. H C Jo'dau, NY A B Newaousr Ga S> K Parker, Ma-, W Wafers. Md Faker, Pa T U Moore k l#ay, do s % Miscellaneous. [No. 512.1 By til* FTeildCBt 0i the United State*. IN pursuance of law. I, Franklin Pieic*, President of the Uintea State# of America, do hereby declare and make known that public sales will be held at the undermentioned land offices, in the Territory of Minnesota, at the times herein designated, to wit: At tbe land office at Brownsville. commenc ing on Mondav, the twenty-terond day of October Hirt, for the disposal of the public lands situated within the undermentioned townships and frac tional townships, exclusive of the island* in the Mississippi river, viz: North of the base line rrnd irtst of tlif fijth principal meridian. Fractional townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, on the niaiu land, of range thret. Township one hundred and one, and fractional townships one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred < and live, on the main land, of range four. Townships one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and live, of range? Jive, six, and set-fa. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one huudred and five, of range eight. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two, one hundred and three, and one hundred and live, of range nine Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and live, of ranges ten. eleven, twelve, and thirteen. At the same place, commencing on Mondav. the fifth day of November next, for the disposal of the public lauds within the undermentioned townships, to wit: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two. one hundred and three,one hundred and four, and one hundred and live, of range four teen. Township* one hundred and three, one hun dred and four, and one hundred and live, of range fifteen. Townships one hundred and one and one hun dred and live, of range sixteen. Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two, and one hundred and three, of ran^? seventeen Townships one hundred and one, one hundred and two. one hundred and three,one hundred and four, and one hundred and live, of ranges eigh teen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one, and tteenty two. At tiir same place, commencing on Mondav, the nineteenth day of Nw.mblr next, for th? disposal of the public lands within the following named townships, viz: North of the base line and tent of%ie fifth principal meridian Townships one hundred and two, one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred anil five, of range txcenty-three. Townships one hundred and one. one hundred and two. one hundred and three, one hundred and four, and one hundred and five, of ranges tio-nty f-ur, twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-seven, and twenty-eight. Townships one hundred and one. and one hun dred and live, of range twenty-nine. Townships one hundred and two and one hun dred and live, of range thirty Townships one hundred and one. one hundred and two, and one hundred and five, of range thirty-one. At the land office at Winona, commencing nil Monday, the twenty-ninth day of October n>xt. for the disposal of the public lands within the undermentioned townships and fractional town ships, exclusive of the islands in the Mississippi river, to wit: North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Fractional township one hundred and six, on the main land, of range five. Fractional townships one hundred and six and one hundred and seven, on the main land of iange ?ix. Township one hundred and six, and fractional townships one hundred and seven and one hun dred ana eight, on the main land, of ran^e seven. Township one hundred and six and one hun dred and seven, and fractional township one hun dred and t ight, on the main land, of ranges tight and nine. Townships one hundred and six. one hundred and seven, and one hundred and eight, of ranges ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen and fifteen. Township one hundred and six, of ranl;e six teen. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and eight, one huudred and nine, and one hun dred and ten,of range seventeen. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, one hundred and eight, one hundred and nine, and one hundred and ten, of ran^e eighteen. Ax iheuxk place, commencing on Monday. the twelfth day of November next, for the dis posal of the public lands within the following townships ana parts of townships, viz: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, one hundred aiid eight, one hundred and nine, and one hundred and ten, of ranges nineteen and tw-nty Townships one hundred and nix. one hundred and seven, and one hundred and eight of ranges twenty-one and turenly-trco Townships one hundred and six, (except sec tions six, seven, eighteen, nineteen, and thirty, in the Winnebago reservation,) one hundred and seven, (except ?ections six, seven, eighteen, nine teen, thirty, and thirty-one, in the reservation,) and one hundred and eight, (except section thirty one in the reservation,) of range twenty-three. Township one hundred andeight, {except sec tions thirty-one, thirtv-two, thirty-three, thirty four, thirty-live, and thirty-six, in the Winnebago reserve, of range twenty-four. Townships one hundred and six, one huudred and seven, one hundred and eight, and one hun dred ..imI nine, of ranker. :wt nty-t rght and twenty nine. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and nine, and one hundred and ten, of range thirty. Townships one hundred and six, one hundred and seven, one hundred and eight, one hundred and nine, and one hundred and ten, of range thirty-one. At the land office at Rhd Wing, commencing on Monday, the txoenty-ninth day of October next, for the disposal of the public lauds within the following named townships and fractional townships, exclusive of the islands in the Missis sippi river, viz: North of the base Itne *ind west of the fifth principal meridian. Fractional township* one huudred and thfrtwn and one hundred and fourteen, on the main land, of range fifteen Township one hundred and thirteen, and frac tional townships one hundred and fourteen and one hundred and fifteen, 011 the main laud, of range sixteen. Townships one h indred and eleven, one hun dred and twelve, one hundred and thirteen and one hund'edaud fourteen, and fractional township one hundred and fifteen, on the main land, of ranges seventeen and eighteen. Townships one hundred and eleven, one hun dred and twelve, one hundred and thirteen, and one hundred and fourteen, and fractional township one hundred and fifteen, of ranges nineteen ana twenty Townships one hundred and thirteen and one hundred and fourteen, and fractional township ohe hundred and fifteen, of ran^e twenty-one Townships one hundred and fourteen and one hundred and fifteen, of range twenty-two Townships one hundred and thirteen, one hun dred and fourteen, and oue hundred and fifteen, of range twenty-three. Township-one hundred and thirteen and oue hundred and fourteen, of range twenii,-four. Township oue hundred and eleven, of range thirty-iine. \t the land office at Minneapolis, commencing on Monday, the twenty-t%.rond day of October n> xt, for the disposed of the public lauds situated within the undermentioned towuahips and frac tional townships, viz: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian Fractional townships one hundred and sixteen and one hundred and seventeen, west of the Fort Knelling reserve, of range tw. nty-one. Townships one hundred and sixteen and one huudred and seventeen, of range twenty-two. At the same timk and tlacr, forthedisposal of the public lands in the following named town ships.(exclusive of the islands in the Mississippi river,) of which the portions situated within the former military reserve at Fort Knelling are to be sold, in accordance with the provisions of the act of $Uh of August, 1S52, entitled " An act to re duce and define the boundaries of the military reserve at the St Peter s river, in the Territory of Minnesota," and which are not subject to pre emption claims, to wit: North of the ban line and west of the fourth principal meridian. F ractional townships twenty-seven and twenty eight, west of th? Mississippi river, of range ti'enty-tvto. Fractional townships twenty-seven, twenty eight, and twenty-nine, west or the Mississippi river, of ranges twenty-three ind twenty-four. ^'k^land office at Sack Rapids, commencing On Monday, the fifth day of November next, foi disposal of the public lands in the following uamed townships and fractional townships, viz: North of the Oa *e tine a/id West of the fourth principal Mertdian. Township forty, of range twenty-eight. Township thirty-live, of range twenty-nine Townships thlrty-sia, thirty-sev?n, and tMrtv eight .of range thirty. Townships thirty-eight, thirty-nine, fhrty fortv one, and forty-two of range thirty-on* Fractional wwnehips thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, tn4 tmj-tW9, vt range IVrry. At the land office at Stillwatkr, commencing on Monday. the t%n?lftk day"Pf Nm>emh*r nett, fir th** disposal of the public lands withirf the aadsrmsntiofted townships and fractional t?wn rtiips, to wit : ? hTor$H 94 lAt base litis, and west of 1 he fourth principal meridian. ? Fractional township forty-one, west of the St. Croix river, of range >Lrteen. Fractional township forty-one, west of the St. Croix river, and township forty-two, of range stventeen. Fractional townships forty, west of the St. Croix "iver, and township forty-one and forty-two, of ange eight** n. Fractional townships thirtv?eight, thirtv-nine, ind forty, west of the St. Cfolx river, of range niutetfi Inland on lot six. of section thirty-two, in town ihip twenty-nine, of range twenty-two. Township forty, of range tuienty-seren. Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools. mlitarv and other purposes, will be excluded 'ram tn* sales. The offering of the alx>ve lands will he commen ced on tue davs appointed. and will proomi in the >rd'-r in which they .ire advertised, with all con enient despatch, until the whole shall have been ?ffered and the sales thus closed ; but no sale shall e kept open longer than two week*, and no pri vate entry of any of the lands will be admitted un il after tue expiration of the two weeks. Given under my hand, at the city of Washing on, this twentieth day of July, anno Dominions housand eight hundred and tifty-tive. FRANKLIN PIERCE. Bv the Pr isident: JOHN HOOD. Acting Commissioner of the General Land Ollce. MOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption o any of the land' within the townships and parts ?f townships above enumerated is mini red to.es ablish the same to the satisfaction of the register nd receiver of the proper land office, and mfcke avment thereof as soon as prartirable a fi< r $et - np this notir*, and Iwfore the day apnointed for he commencement of th? public sale of the land* ?mbraeing the tract claimed; otherwise s>ch lairn will be forfeited. JOHN HOOD, Acting Commissioner of General Land Otiice. Jy 25?lawlliw Information for Travelers. ;Y KAILKOAU HIREUI TO THE WEST I'ime betwrru Washington and Wheeling hot 17^ lisurs! Sunning Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hours !! rHBOUSH TICKETS AXD BAGGAGE CHICKS TO BB HAD IN WASHINGTON. rHK BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL ROAU having greatlv irri>rovtd its Western onnections, now oilers' th** fullest inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI vIOR K, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST. and the SOUTHWEST. The connection bet wet* the Trains from Wash ngton and the Trains bound West from Balti nore is always promptly made at thf Washington I unction (lately called the Relay House) !) miles from Baltimore. This is the onlv c hange of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Baggage is eheck'sl through to Wheeling at the Washington {station, and reeliecked and trans erred there. rwitb the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points i>e ond. The connecting Trains leave Washington ?Iailyat6a m.andi^ p. m. On Sundays at the after hour only. At WHEELING dir*rt rennettion is made vith the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Bellaire, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesville, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect U Newark with the ears r.f the Newark. Mansfield ind Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago. St. Louis, et?. At COLUMBUS the C. O. Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of th p Little Miami Kail rr>nil to Xenia. Cincinn;di, Louisville, etc. At KEN IA (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is formed with the trains through Day*on,to Indian ipolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette. Chicago, Ro- 1; Island. St. Louis, etc. |?7" Passengers holding Through Tickets for Mrinphis. Vtcfrsburn. I\'n!rh-z, XtW Orleans, -ic , whieh are also sold ?.t Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to'h* Mail Steamers on the niiio Tickets f.?r Evansvilie, Cairo, and St. ! ouis are sold be this route. ID- For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to To;edo, Detroit. Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio navigable between Wheeling nd Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleve'^nd and Pittsburg Railroad it. made. Travelers are requestM to no'ice that while this Is the only route Hording Through Ti kets and Checks in Washington, it is also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points in the great West. The distance from Washlnr_rton to Cincinnati is but G53 miles, being about It*) miles shorter than bv any other route ! F ARE. BV THROUGH * TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON To Wheeling. ?9 5(i; Colum bus. ?13 "5; Dayton. sM5 50; Cincinnati, t IB U'?; Lonisvil'e, bv railraud. ?IS 03. by steamer from Cincinnati, <H?: Inainnapolfs, *?17 50; Cleve land. #1'2 5<i; Toledo, Mlo Hi; Detroit, 915 3"t 'Chicago, Ik'iu 85 and ?19St. Lou'<?, f 50 arid Memphis, New Orleans, ^r,!: etc. 117" FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MARTINSBI'RG, CUMllKRl.AND, BERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT. OAKLAND,and F AI R.MOUNT, fKuwengers may I?ave Washington at C a. m <>r i3< p. m For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, U?e 6 a. m. train from Washington. ITT^For tr.ups to and from Baltimore, Anapolis, ?*tc . see special advertisements. IZT Tor farther information. Through Tickets, Ac..apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at WaiMngton Station. JOHN H DONE, ?"RTaster of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Raiixoai, Baltimore, may 3? tf TIIK NKW YORK \NI> LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES _ ,M A I L STEA M ERS.2M5& rpHE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINF A- are the ATLANTIC, Captain West. PACIFIC. Captain Nye. BALTIC, Captain Comstock, ADRIATIC, Captain tirafton. These Shipnhave been builtl?y contract, express ly for Government service; every care has been t?kea iu their construction, as In the engines, to Insure strength and speed, and their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance vA comfort. TRICB or PACS'AuB. From Nr.? York to Liverpool, Li Hr3tcabin, S120 Second cabin, 70 Exclusive use of *xtra size Kta'.o room*. - :*tti From Liverpool to New York, - ?Mt and ?20 An experienced Surgeon atta^ hed to tiach ship. N* berth can be secured until paid for. For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K COLLINS A CO., So WTall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool E. G ROBERTS & CO., 13 King's Arms Yard, Londca. JOHN MUNROE A CO 548 Rue Notre Dame des Vlctolres, Paris. GEORGE H DRAPER, Havre. The owners of these shiiw will not l>e accounta ble for gold, silver, bullion, specie, iewelry. pre cious atones, or metals, unless bills of lading ar? signed therefor, and the v;.lue thereof therein ex pressed. nnv 16?iy ORANGE It ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. GREAT SOUTHER.V MAIL LINE! TWICE daily between WASHINGTON and the SOUTH, ria ALEXANDRIA, GOR I>ONSVILLE and RICHMOND?no night line 0:1 Sunday. l^eave Washington # before C o'clock a m * I^eave Alexandria *4 7 "am Leave Washington % " 7 " p rn Leave Alexandria % " 8 " p m PARKS BV NtOUT LINE. From Washington and Alexandria, to Gor donsville $3 25 From Gordonsvilk; to Richmond 2 25 ' Travelers will lind the morning line the cheap est, most pleasant and expeditious route to tne Greenbrier White Sulphur, Fauquier White Sul phur, Warm, Hot, Alum and Capon Springs, \Varrenton, Charlottsville, Stannton, Strasburg, Winchester, Harrisonburg, Ix>xli?glon, Weir's Cnve, Natural Bridgu, Luray, N<*w Slarket, Mid dleburg, Ac. TARBS BT MORNTNfl LINBJ Proa Alexandria to War rent on, - - $2 00 . ?< ?? Gordonsvllle, - 3 50 " " Charlottesville, - 4 50 <? ?? Staunton, - ? 6 00 " 44 Strasburg, ? - 3 50 44 41 Winchester, - - 3 50 45 44 Luray, - - - 4 25 44 44 New Market, - 5 on ? " Middlebum. - - 2 25 J>MNI BUSES and BAGGA(fE WAGONS will b'.* at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to ?onvey passengers and liaygage to the Steamboat, for ALEXANDRIA, a distance of 8 miles, allow ing amrlc Hme ft>r meals. H W. V AND EG RIFT, Jy 14_ ^P* FOR MOI ST VFJtNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, round trip, SI; from Alexandria _ ..fT ^ 7'> cents ?Tne steamer THOMASSfSa^^C COLLYER leaves Washington at and AlfTaiT dila ?f o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for tl.e bv.:. ^t o'cloek. Coach fare 10 cents, per k \* w; i.injj tue coaches will l?eve their re?idcoc? wi'a Gri rge A Thomas Parker Refie^bmeDtp on the boat. ?AM L 0*DNIY,0?pt4ij|. 4 U /

Information for Travelers w CANAL PACKET LIKE TO FOIST OF ROCKS. THE Canal Packet CONGRESS having been thoroughly repaired and put\?Sb^^VjyT77^ In first rate order (the machinervyNJ* ? ^l"ya being removed irul borne power substituted) ( on tlnues making her regular trips between Geerge town and the above place. The Boat will leave the wharf of TV. ft. & H G Hitter for Point of Rocks on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS and FRIDAYSat? o'clock a. m: and the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on TUES DAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at the same hoar, stopping at the different landing* along the line for the reception and landing of pa.ssea^ers and freight, going and returning. The Boat will leave Georgetown at 7 o'clock a. in., and arrive at the head of the Great Falls at 11, Seneca at I. Edward's Ferry 3)j. MonocacvStf. Knowlan's Ferry 6, and Point of Rocks at 7 oVi'k p in. Returning, leave Point at 7 a. m , Know lan's Ferry at 7#, Monocacy 8, Edward's Ferry 11, Seneca 1, Great Falls iltf, and arrive at George town at 7 p. in. Passage through either way ft!. Meals served regularly on board the boat at nvd crate prices CIIARLES MERRILL, Cap:, Jeak-dtf THE POTOMAC KIVEK STEAMBOAT COM PAN Y'SSTEAVKKAMCEC.l'RIC CAPT. SAMUEL BAKER, ILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX o'clock a. m., and ALEXAN- . xt w DRIA at 7 o'clock, a in? ^r,J. On TUESDAY MORNINGS ?For M*tox, Currioman, L. Machodoc. Pbtey Point, Klnsale, and Cone. On FRIDAY MORN INGP?ForCbapel Point, Wicomico, Leonardtown, Plney Poln' Mary's, uid Cone. On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone ;it 4 o'clock, a. m ., for >t. Marv s, Pirey Point, Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chanel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone a! 4 o'clock, a. m, for Kmsaie, Piney Point, L Ma uhodoc, Currioman, and Mattox. Ths A. C. Price will call at the usual landings on the river when signals ore nude. By order of the Hoard: JAMES P. SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va., Ji ae 1,1856. je 15?tf STEAMBOATS CONNEt TING WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARRJV ing in W.ishington m Alexan- ? 'j drla.?The Steamers THt.S .. *"ER or GEORGE WAStflXGTONwiil mak; the above connections, lei^jntj Washington at 6 a. in , for the Orange and Alexandria Cars, and con nect with the same train on their arrival, iry MEALS furnished on the boats. The Boats connect with all the train* from Ba> timorc SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain, may 17?tf WASHINGTON BRANt H RAILROAD. ctT -??--> - *w ~ + C1HANGE OF HOtRS?On and after Mon > day, the 23d instant, the Trains will Leave Washington tt ?i and r- jj a in. and 3 and P- m. On Sunday at 4^ p m Leave Paitimsre at nad a. in . and 3 and ?X P m On Sunday at 1 if a. m. ap 2.1?tr T H PA RSONS, Agent. ALEXANDRIA fc WASHINGTON BOATS. THE Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON wit] leave at the following tr? irs _ __ fPT*'' ?> Fare 1IX cent?. The THOMAS COLLYER. wbcn not other ways entra^red, will make trips on the route at al ternate hours. Leave Washington at 6. 8, flXi HX> 5X and 7. Leave Alexandria at 7, 9, 19#, 1 \, 3 , 1 \, and P. S.?The Boat will leave Alexandria at I},' p. in., or immediately on the arrival of the cars. jy 7?d JOB CORSON. Captain. TO ALL THAT VALUE TH5,IB SIGHT. WISH Es to call the attention t ? ail lhat siUer with defective sight, caused by ?tj*e, sick lies* and particularly from glasses iiij jdi< v selected. to his superior SPECTACLES arid GLASSES carefully ground by himself a trie spherical accuracy.' a;id brilliant transparency, >uited precisely and benefiriallv to the wearer ac < >rding to the concavity <?r i opvexity of the eve Very numerous are the ill effects ca?;>-d to the precious orj?an of si^ht from the commencement of using riasses in not bt i.ig precisely M.if-d. by the use of an Oi'tumrtcr; and the practice of many years, enables him to men-sure the fo<al disease of the eyes, and such gin mis that are absolutely re j uired will he furnished wi'h precision and i.a*'* lactlon. J . T. acknowledges *h* verv ? ncov.ragc inent already obtained, and ftutha s< " ; _ jia tror.age of tiio^ttat have not yet availed t!.-:n *elve* of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by ^end Ihit the glass's i-i uie, and stating how m-iny inches they cau read this p-int wli'a their ppettit ries. can be supplied with su^h th-. wil. .n:prove their si^ht. Innumerable testimonial to be seen; at:d irfer ences <;iveu to many who have derived the greatest ea>".' and comfort from Lis ^las ? s Circ:dars to be had gratis, at hli oOe. No. 51*2 Seventh s'r-'t t, three doors from Odd Fell * Hall, up stairs. Norfolk, September?, iNrt. Sir?The Sp'>cta'les you m;ide fr-r niv. -?uit very well, and seem to hav?- -nprov d lay .-h'ht r:tre than any other 1 have la*< ly tri*.d LIT i . W. TAZEWELL. I have tri^ a p^'r cf <j?ctacles obtai: ed flr-.?*n Mr. Tobias, fnd Cnd the:a of great at slstance r> mv si<r! t. and correspcnding with Lis description ofthe focus. I recommend him asa skil'ful ooti cian. A. WiSu. Mr. J. Tmias : Sir?Tbi pairofS(t ctsolcsyd fuoiished me yesterday ar ? ppr'iculnr"-,* sa'i Vic tory to me. Tney ate "very d'eid' diy the b -st I popsess. ar?d I am tr>* nv i-r of e'giit or n;ae pair, carefully selected in diiTcrenf plac:*. andf oun - tlclans recommended to rn en account of their orofeeslonal standing in Ln ;land, Frame and s 1,o United States. I have ho u also pleased v. tt' your remarks and directions on the treatment oi" the eyes, for the purpose of pre jer ving li-ni 1:14 rov ing tne sight Respec'^iny. yonrs, Oil AS. CALDWELL, Professor of M. C., LoulsvllJe, rfv LY \C'HBL'Hli , Nov. 10. Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Glasses, by which ) h?.ve been greatly aid?tl < my vi>iou having suft'ored greatly from r adin.; al night in my earlier life) it j- ubrds me the hij.'b"st pleasure to say thai 1 consider him a skillful prac tical optkian. and well prepared te aid those who may need his professiona'. servicts. W.M. B. ROUZ1E, Elder of Methodist Conference. NV 1 lM.nc?roj;, N. C., Jan '27. 1851. Mr J. Tobias: Dear Sir?I i.zil hapny to say that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an ineq ual ity in the visual range of my eyes, i have hereto fore found great dithcultv in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It atu rtls inie pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer this diffi culty has beer happily obviated so that tbeglatsi.i you furnished ine ^.redecidtilly the best a-ia^Uil io ay eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, you*?. It B. DRANK, Rector of St. James' Parish. Departm-. :-tof Interior, May 7, IS.*55. From eaturdldefects and the unequal ranged my eves, I have b;-en compelled to use glasses for several years. I have tried different opMeia?s w thout obtaining 'las- ss i> riectlv fi'.ted to my eves. Four months sinrr? ,.ir Tobias made two pairs esp?-cially for >ne, which I have fonnd to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt G!.tss*= ? minutelv to the eye. 1 most cheerfully rt. ommend Mr. Tobias to all hiving occasion to useglasses, ^nd bear my testi mony as to hi? nkill an optician. IIFNRY E BALDAVIN, Assist. Sec:y to sign Land Warrants. Jy IS?tf ? MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OP" GEORGE TOWN COLLEGE, Corner of Fun! Twelfth sfs., Warktngtm TIHE next Annual Course of Lectures will com mence on Monday, the 5th of November, and end in March following. FA.CCLTI : NoBLl Yonso, M. D., Professor of Institutes and Practice of Medicine. Flodoardo Howard, M D, Professor of Ob Metrics and the Diseases of Women and Chil dren. Johnson Eliot, M 1)., Professor of Anatomv Jambs E. Morgan, M D., Professor of Medical J nrlsprudeuce and livgieue. J. M.Snyufr. M D , Profes-<>r of Surgery. Benj. F. Craio, M. D . Professor of Medie^l Chemistry and Phj*?iolonv Geo. C. Schakffkr, M. D . Prof elisor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics. Johnson V. D Middlkton, M D , Demonstrator of Anatomy. vsts : F or a fhll course ?x> Matriculation, paid only once 5 (mi Graduation 3$ 00 Demonstrator's ticket 1. id u? The Frelimlnary course will commence Octo ber 1st and continue until November 5th. Lectures free to Mtslical Students. The Lectures will be delivered during the af ternoon and evening. This time of lecturing has been customary in the College ?iu?e its establish ir.ant, and is found to be advantageous to the ?ta d<rot FLODOARDO HO\VAFD, M D D#an, No res P ?treff north. ftlodic&L I N M,A LiTlUN roil TBI COBB OB ASTHMA A If D C01T8 UH PTIOH NEW AXD T&RY WONDERFUL ' ! ! H YO-In AN A Brought horn* ts ths door of ths Mil-ion? A WONDERFUL discovery hat recently been irp.de by Dr Cnrtis. of thin city. In the treat ment of Consumption. Asthma, and oil diva*"*** of the Lungs We refer to i>r. CURTlS'SHN GEANA, or INHALING HYGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP. With this new me tfc'-d. Dr. C. has restored many afflicted one* to health, as an evidence of which be has Innumera ble certificates. Speaking of the tresaticnt, a phy sic lan remarks, "It Is evident that inhaling?con stantly breathirn an sgreeable, healing vapor?the medicinal properties must rome In direct contact with the wbC'C *ri*i cavities of the lunge, and thus t ?? ajx the rr.ai.y aud varied changes produced aprn tfcctn when introduced into the stomach, and subject to the process of digestion." The Hyge ai.a Is for sale at all the Druggists throughout the country.?A". Y. D%tckman Jan 1%. The Inhaler i? worn on the brerjt coder the llr e;:, without the least Inconvenience?the beat of the body being sufllcknt to evaporate the fluid H-.uidr. di. of case* of cures, like the following, might be named. One package of the Hy jeana h?J cared m* of the Aruima of hLx years standing J. F KEESBEKRY, P. M. of Duncannon, Pa I cuied of the Asthma of ten years' standlnr by Dr Curtis'* Hygear.a. MA RGARET EASTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS. PAUL, of No 5 Hammond street, N. Y., w-*is cured of a severe cate of Bronchitis by the Hygeana. My sIs'pt ha* beer cured of a dlst-esslng cot^h of sewral years' standi ug, and decided to be In curable by the physicians. She was cured In one month by the Hygeana. J H GAUDERT, P. M. Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr. CHEKVEK. of New York, testi fies oi our inodiciue iu the follow, ag language : Nkw Yoke, Nov. 16, lw51. Dear Sir: I think highly of Dr Curtls's Hyge ma as a remedy in disease* of the thmat and lurgt Having had some opportunity to testify Its eifc. cy, 1 ain convinced that it is a ino*t excellent rem edy, both the Syrup aud tue inhaling application to the chest. Prof S CENTER writes us as follows: Gentlemen?i have recently bad occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hygean Vapor, inar ? <>f chronic sore throat, that bail refused to yield B< other forms of treatment, :tnd the result has satis fied me that, whatever may be the composition of vour preparation, it is no iinposttfc*. l?ut an excel lent rftwdy i wish, for the s. >.C rt tVr afflicted. 'Lat it inigLt be brought withir x" v of all DR JOHNS, one of the iao? ' Phy.-l '?i:ins in New York writes a? f< lit*.** : Dr. trsTi*?bear Sir?HaTiejr witnessed the : excellent effect* of yoor Hygeana or Inballng Hy- j VajioraudChfrrySyr .p. la case of chronic j Bronchitis. a.Kl i>eiu^ in't? L in fa*. *of counter ir- ' rit..t'oii in affections of the throat. Bronc hial tiiws .u.u '-nigs, 1 can therefore cheerfallv recommend < 0'ir Mfduated Apantiis as being the most con venient and effectual mode of fa.p>>l>]ng anything ?'i the kind 1 have ever seen N<> doubt thousands of arsons ma> be relieved, aud many cured, by i using your medicines I m-;st here tx- allowed to conf^^s* that 1 am op- j pfsed to prescribing or using secret comionruls, j 'nit this little neatly cor.triv<d article, ar.n its ? f- I fe? t.s in the case above alluded to. have indued rue to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use thi? in anv way you may thiuk proper. Respectfullv..Vours. Ac., C.JOHNS, M D . No. 609 Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package. Sold bv Cl'RTIS .V PERKINS and ROYD & PAUL, fl!? Chambers si.. V Y Four packages ?*nt free to any part of the Uni ted States for ten dollars. N. B.?Dr. Curt!#'* Hvgeanal.stheORlGiNAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all Chen ura base imitations, or v.le and injurious ccuBter feita. Shun thi m as you wculd POISON For ;ale In \\\ushln^ton by CHAS. STOVT, j Pa tteaae,near7tkBmt,aaA J B. MOORE, i in the Eirst Ward. may 22?o:n CAR TEA'S SPANISH MIXTURE.' THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD: i NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCC2Y IN IT AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY foe Scrof.la, | King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutaie- 1 ous Eruptions, Pimples or Pustules on the fa'-e. j iilotchrt,Boils. CuronicSore Eyes, Ring Worm ? or Tetter. S^ald Ile..d. Knlarcement a:.d Paiu j of the Bon**s and Joints. S'tiblwrn Ulcers. Iry- ! pLiluic Di?<':den? Lumbago, l?p:n?.l Com- ; plaints, and all lu" dis?^i.svs arising f;om an *n- ? judicious use of .Merccrv. Imprudence In Life, j or Imparity of the Biood. rI^iIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, which has ! 1 becomerclebrtted for the number of extraor- i :sry c-;re> t fi\ :ed through its agency, has ia duced 'be prr?r!r:=tor>, at the urgent rtci'St cf tb.'l' ' friends, to oiler it to the , Mic, uh^ch they do with th? utino.st coafldence '.t its ,.ir.i:es ir.?l \r<'n- j d* rfi'l uurdti\e proj'ertiew The following certifl cates. selected houi a laru? numlxr. are. howe-i* . fj.-on^er tesMmouy than the in- :v Word of the pro- ( p-.cror:.; &nd r*.re all from gentlemea well known j in tLe'.r lrcallties, and of tat highe-n respectabi.'i- i tv, many of them residing In the city of Rica- j mono. Va. F HOYDEN, E*q . of the Exchange Hotel, R'chinond. known evervwber^, says be has the Medicine called Carter ? SrA>:?u Mix Tt s;s, i'-dininisteied. in over a hnndred r^ses, in i nearly .ill th?- ili-tu.se*- for which it is recotnmenA ed. with the most astonishingly good re.-*ults. fie e-ys it is the ni.wt extraordinary medlci:?e he ha* ever seen AUVE A.VD Ff'VEK?GREAT CURE.?1 b*-ret?y certify that for th-ee years 1 had Ague ard Fever of the most violent dt script on i i,ad --v eral Physician*. to??k large qtiairi:ie<of Qi.iaine, Mercury, and 1 believe all the Tonics advertlf-d. b;;t all 'without permanent relief. At lxs' I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, t*o bottle of v>'ui<h ea-ctually curtd me. and I a,m happy to ?av I have had neither chills or fc.vers ^n<e. I con sider it the best Tonic in this world, ami lie caiy medicine that ever reached mv case JOHN I.ONGDEN. Bcavkr Ditch, near Richmond, Va. C. B LUCK. Esq., now in the rlty of Rich mond, and for many years in the Post OtCce. h i? s>'ch confidence in the astonishing elbcat v of Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he nas bought up wards cf lb bottles, which he Las given away to the attli' ted. Mr. t.nck says he ha^ never known it to fail when taken according to directions. Dr. MINGE, a practising Physic'an. ard for merly of the City Hotel, lr. the city of Richmond. sav& he has witness*d in a number of instances the effects of Carter's Spanish MilttlK, whi< h wore most truly surprising. He says in a case of j Consumption, dependent on the Liver, the good | til\-cti were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M DRINKER, of the firm of Drin ker A Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of 'L'ee years standing, by the use of two bottie> of Carter ? Spanish Mixture. G? EAT CURE OF SCRO FULA.?The Fd# tcrs of the Richir.ond Republican had a servant emploved ia their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, combined with Rheumatism, * inch en tirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of L.m, and the fcditors, in a public notice, ?uv the v -?oheerfully recommend it to ail who are a4icted with any disease of the blood." STILL ANOTHER CURE OFSCROfULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofida by Carter's Spanish Mixture, i consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAM ES M. TA V LOR . Con ductor on the R. F. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond, Va. SAJ.T RHEUM OF TWENTY YEARS j STANDING CURED ? Mr JOHN THOMP- j SON residing in the city of Ri -htnond. wascured by three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of >ait Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the physicians of the city could not cure. Mr. Thompson is a well known merchant in the city of Richmond, and his cure is most remarkable. WM A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond had a servant cured of Syphilis, in the wor t fornr.. by C irter's Spanish Mixture. He says be cheerfully recommends It, and considers it a'very invaluable medicine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the reve nue, says he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture in a number of Syphilltle cases, and says it is a perfect cure for that horrible dl? eit.se. WM G. UARWOOD, of Richmond,cured-o! o!d Sores arid Ulcers, which disabled him from walking T.-ok a few bottles of Career s Spanish M ittur?. and wa? enibied to walk wlthouta crutch, in a short time permanently curd. Principal Depots at M WARD.CLOSEfcQO , No. m Maiaen lam . New ork T w DVOTTASONS.No. ltti North Second Street, Philadelphia. BENNETT A BLERS, No. 125 Main street Richmond, Va. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washlag trn, D C , IIENR\ PEEL, Alexandria, and by V-uggists* verywhere. 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Sink in_' or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomal , Sw.niminj: of the Head. Hurried and L)itt< ujt flreathinsf. Flur.e'ing ot the Hrart. f^.obin^ or S :aor^xinif S?T>ation? when :n a h'-'az Posture, Oimness of Vision. Dot* of Webs before th? Sight. Fewer and Dull Pain in the Head Defi cie-icy of Perspiratioa, Vellowt!#-** of the ?k n and Lve*. Pa n in tl.eSide. I>a< k.Chest. I.iir bs &? .. >u<lde>i Fu.vLes of Heat Ri.r&inki In the I' -*h. Conj-tant Imag'.nuigs of Eail, a id great Der?ri'!?\tbn of Spirits. THK PROPKIFTtiR. in calling the atteatior a r>f tbe nub!:r to tbS preparation, d<e*? so st th a fet-iirt? or the ntn.ost ^nhd-n^y in its vlrt *s and adaptation of it to tbe diseases for <*h\< b I" is recommended ? It 1? ni new asid untr'.ed artleje. but one that b<a stood rfae U?vt of .i f year.*' 'rial before the Ante:. '? an i*e<?ple. and *t< r^'piitatior ai.d *ale i* unri valled by amy sir, !ir preparation* extant Tia t? Ktimoay in it* favcr given by tbe rr:?-*t; ron I nent and well-known Ph'*s'< ians m.dtndiv dna.*, i:t ail patsof theco iatrv is immense The fol i-.w froni \yrth Carolina is re*}?ecrf-jiif *ub mltted referring ?jiy ubo n.av s'iL doubt, to tha "i^'emorabUia.^ or PrarticaT Receipt !;<s>k, for and Families, to !>?? had graUf of iA the Afr'ts fr?r the ticrmn I?i*>rs. I*ri?wipal Office and Manufbrtarr, li?0 ARCH 1: IK EE I PHILADELPHIA. PA. TESTIMONY TROM NORTH CAROLINA CtrtiJUazt c/ lir. TF Smith.?f Stmt Hi it, Rich moml Comnty, A C. Pi*k Hill. March 4. l'-St. I'a.C.M J?ct?o?t. Philadelphia?Lear Sir : I ; - ve l*en a suHj^rt rf Dyspepsia, in t* wor4 -'-?riri. for the lrt*t nv vesrs Su? h wa* my co-.di t on for twelve months tb-it tbe i?b?ic:ar.? and ail v fco saw me sc d I must die While in this con u:tjcn I was carried to the watering plat e* in V r |PU, Tennessee, and North C^-o.;ua. but was i .t benefitted by any water to whh b I wa? t ik? n. While on my way home I *top|>^d a weefe at Ru?h ?~rfordton. a small village in Nor?h Carolina to :',v 'be efltrt of M>me Glialyheat? water in that ^ ace About the last of the week 1 wen' into a <?. i.^r vt0r> to get some medicine for my?hild and myself. There were several of the village physi cian* 'n the More, and one of them *e?T:f d to taie x-me latere*: in my case. and. after ^*kinc ne orne qoestious. said he had a dy*per>fir and had > , ;igreatly b? n> tilted I ? 'lie uw of (lonF LA N J5 ."? UKR.MAN C1TTEKS, prejarrd by von. a id be ins'?led that I would tr\ the Hitter* Heaj.*,r;.ivd the next day my Wu, and tn si .ted s?* iimrh that I would tn them that I a-krsl h.rn to-;et me one bottle. He did't. and I ? -ro n- ced taking it as directed, and I wa* m* re l*n ? Jtted by it than ml tbe uaht and m? d>ine I had ever taken. *er reaching home one <?f mv ntighbars cam<* to in.-f>r a prescription and ci-dicine, (beadys .) u!id I gsve him nearly all tbe Bitter* I brd eft. \*bicL ? 5 ?cted mu? L KO"d iu bi* rase Ilexes often called ca ne for more of the same 1:' nd <?f med:cin^, s.wing be was more benefitted by it thr.n any oth'T be had taken, b it 1 have not l?e-n able ??? get r.av bipt for him or mv self since , will you, therefore, please ship ir.e a doten or ui ore a* ?<">n as possible. Kesp-jcU>iiiy. yours, W. SMITH. D K. HOOKKK. Holer's Store, Wake Co., N. C., October -1. s?> s: '?llaviag experieiiced very benefit frv.nn tbe uveofHOOFLAND S GERMAN CITTF.RSln O* .<enterj" aiid functional deraiu^etiieiit ?'f '--V^r. and roncomitaat evils, I aii! l* Mroui c. o'ltainlng acuautlty of it for the benefit vf xv '?otninuiiity. \ ou will, therefore please seed a 1<K, fcc , 4' r CERTIFICATE OF WM J, ATWOOD. Hcktsvilxx, Yadkin Co.. N. C ? n /* *. . ^ November 1st, lsii I _ ? -? ?Dear Sir : Allow dip toci* press to you uiy sincere thanks for yaor d *e?wery ? a mtdicine which, to say the U-a.*t of it. has ef ?ected a euro that ail other u.?di< re*, that i have t?ken. have er,"rely failed tod > JlOut LAND'S t?.-.ilMAN KITTLRS havecur?d meoftbr m<vt ^tuSooni and aggravated case < f iht r.n- that f-eruap*. ever fell to the lot of mau M\ ' i* rot a Mraiyer in this community, a? I am trril kiiovrn in ihl.- and the surrounding coirntie* i an truly say that nav recovery L^s astrundedaM my friends a::d relatioas. a-, i tad tr.ed wrrv'hlw rer ?mrnended, ard notblu^ did Be a?v vooa ia ul 1 was prevailed upon to try the BiuTr- You arc at liberty to luakr any use of this commualca t i! for tbi neneflt cf tbe afflicted, yuu may *^1* k lisiy, yomm, W'M. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely , tremble, they Invl*. orate and Ntreagthen tha *V<'<-f t;ever 7^trie it. and can be ..*ed for infants as well as adult* - vr.T 5?S,rT2,t d?dt-'s everywhere, and vv ?-? r I . ' w^hinj{tca; J L klD U Li.L, Lcprge.own, and J R PI KR PONT, .\iefiacaxlfi. mar l-:y WATtUEft, JEWELRY. M W niTi Dti S/lFnBrj8r fe. ii ' '. ^ALT & BKO ijc cobhUntiy tecfivini! ? -** '^voices of the alx?ve. vnd otter even* ar*i< e u? their line at the low.-xt rates ' ?OLD AND SILVLR WORK of every d . 'iptiou made to order, such as TESTlMo -?'ALh, rithlv emiellished. with ant ?-o->ri*re d? vitctAlrVtR 1, A eET!-' wSKMfteln ^Procioas StM set in ev. ry however eiah AKMS. CR-<Tf* ?1? 1-TOES, ftr . e u u? mUme. , , J OALT A HRO . ..I i a. as., tet vcCii Niatfi ;.d Tenth *v. jo i?-*1 1^^ ftlLET AKTI. . 7?' ?^ e have now in atore a l?r ? * 1 bla* rdebStdT'e^ F4n"- H?rrtM?n*?-wA L'i ?? ? ? re^br*t,'d 1 eif-mv^ brushes. Comba. vis ltlng and playlnac'aris lo-.'h Powd-rs Porta rK^~:L.c"d *?? Kajjry 000<U Store of Bd JOHM F ELLIS ?ay W -tf 4r*M. Kb ^4 %'A