Newspaper of Evening Star, August 18, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 18, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING star. THF. PLACl WHEBE MEN SHOULD DIE. HowUttle reck* it whew men lie, When once the moment's put In which the dim and glaring eye Has looked on earth iu last? Whether beneath the sculptured urn The coflned form shall rest, Or, in its nakedness, return Back to its mother's breast. Death is a common friend or fit, As different men may ; And at his summons weh must go ? The timid and the bold! But when the spirit, free and warm. Deserts it, as it must. What matter where the lifden form Dissolves again to dast t The soldier fail*?'mid corpses piled, t pon the battle plain, .v re*^S4 steeds gallop wild Above the noaugled slain; Liit, though his corpse be grim to see, Hoof trampled on the sod, What recks ft, when the spirit Aee Has soared aloft to God ! The cowards dying eyes may close Upon his downy oed. And softest hands his limbs compose, Or <r*rir?ent*o'er them spread; Bat ve, who shun the bloodv fray, Where fall the mailed brave. Go?strip his co#.n lid away, And see hln>-?in hie grave! 5^ ln<1eed, te close our eyes, With t?ao?e we cherish near, And wafted upwards, by their sighs. sop r to some calmer snhere. Bn?, whether on the scaffold hlnh. Or in the battle's van, The fittest place where man CM die is where he die* for man ! Seizure or Salt Water?The schooner Linda, Capt. K., arrired Sunday morning In this eitv Portsmouth, with an "assorted cargo " The arrival of the Linda had been anxiously looked for bj about twenty poliee incn, in the employ of the city, for several days. The police boarded her yesterday as *?hc was coming up the harbor, and immedi ately seised three 20 galion kegs, one 1# do., and one 10 do., which prcved, upon examina tion, to be puru Salt Water! In the mean time the cargo had been safely landed while the poitcou?e*j slept. One of tbe officers remarked, "this time we are *ueke<j,'' an<i revested those on board to jnlorm .hem when they brought another load, wnief. they promised to do, and all quietly d^T-erscd.?State of Mains, Aug. 14. EF The London Lancet states that Mr. Rich mond, an American physician, has presented a memoir to the Society of Medicine at Lyons, with the title 4 Fresh Living Blood as a Rem edy aud aliment." Ho proposes to administer *re&h and living blood in a large class of oases, and particularly where there is great exhaus tion, privation of sleep, fatigue, grief, or ex cess, where vegetable and mineral tonics have proved inefficient. He argues in favor of this plan from the iact that milk, drawn directly from the mother by tfte infant, is more whole* ,-ome than when standing some time out of its natural reservoir; from tbe fact that the snails, often reooexmended, are better digested raw, and th? t^uie is often the ease with oys ters. * A S*i RT Old Mas ?Mr Peter Judkine, of Talmyva, formerly of Brentwood, N. H., who m no's 84 years old, is a good specimen of x ur.kee vigor and enterprise. Last year he 111 ?de churns and sold them, for the purpose of fatting surplus money in order to allow of his making a journey to Wi?on?in. He made the journey, and while in Wisconsin set the glass for a large block of buildings, occupying nearly the whole winter in the work. He has mtari*?d to his home in Palmyra, and be is in good he?lth and spirits, and more than ever pleaded with his home in the beautiful State Maine ?Bangur \\rhig Obetisg Orders.?14 Edward," said his mother to a boy of eight, who was trundling a noop in the front yard, '? Edward, you musn't go out of that gate into the street.'^ 44 No, ma. I won't, * was the reply. A few moments afterwards his mother had occasion to go to the window. To her surprise she saw Edward in the street engaged in the dirt^ employment of maniuactaring " &'ln'? I tell you," said she, angrily, " not to go through the gate?" '' W%11, I didn't, mother," was a very satis factory reply ; 44 I climbed over tke fence." RFThe New England Farmer reoommends *he following receipe as a pimple and invalu able remedy for rheumatism: '* Take a nintof the spirits of turpentine, to which add half an ounce of camphor; let it Ftand till the camphor is dissolved; then rub it on the parts affected; and it will never fail of removing the complaint. Flannels should be applied after the part is well fomented with turpentine. Repeat the application morning and evening. It is said to be equally availa ble for burns, scalds, bruises anu sprains, nev er failing of success. A Slight Partiautt.?A young beauty be he.d one evening two horses running off at locomotive sneed wich a light wagon. As they approached she was horrified at recog nising, in the oecupacts of the vehicle, two gentlemen of her acquaintance. 44 Boys," she screamed in terror. 44 jump oat?quick jump out?especially George." It is needless to Kay that^her sentiments a' to George were, from that time forth no secret. To Preserve Deu> Game ?Take out the intestines and fill the inside with unground wheat, an?l place the fowl in a heap or c&ik of the same jrrain in such a manner as to in Fure its being completely covered. In this way fowls may be preserved perfectly sweet lor months.- The feathers should be re moved. MOVEMIJIIS OF OCKAN ITKA3IEKI. A"??u. Ltavtt For ?*? Liverpool New York.Aug. n Ncrth Star....Havre New York. Aug. 11 2*wI?ann .Southampton.. New York. Aug. 15 York Liverpool. Aug. 22 n*?n ???New \ ork.M99?UiTre.*.(,Auj[. 25 C7* The California steamers leave New York ca the fth and 'JWh of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTKLS. Brawns1 Hotel-! r. A K. Itowa. L W Kid-sly, Md W K Ix>ve. Ga J R Madisoa, Va W H Cas*ell, Mi M Price, Toon 8 Mu?son. Bermuda Mr* A 1. Howe, do CC Wilcox, Ct J Duncan. Mi R W Harper, Md G Craig. NY T Brooke'do 8 C Burfred, do SH Newman, do A W Griswold. Pa 7. B Beall, do P Aron A family, NC E L Sheehy, do D Aron, do Mrs P A Ridgely, do R Hays, Pa Wlllnrds* Hetel?h a. A j. c. witun. ^ vi . C ** Dennison and lady, 8 M M< .Master A sister, Masa C P Buckingham. Ia J R McConnell A friend, Mi * H Buckingham, do do MU? C Burktugbam. do J A Wvrkrff g M Dickinson A ladv Mr?TP Scott, Md V? * imay< W P Scut, do R W Morgan arMi ladv Hon C M Conrad, La Vt P C Carroll, Ga H A Murdock A lv. N Y A W Randall, Ala R R Rl.ichford, do D P Upton, do R A Peabody, Mass A D Borden .do MD Perkin*., SC b Baatope, Pa United States lletel?a. c haceket. H Vaughn, R1 J K Jones, Md S Bien. DC K Benedict, NY J R Ripley, NY J R Hasseer, Md OH ill do J H Briscoe do W L Jackson, Va J J Reed, NY N Co.inor, Pa J W Holliugswoith, Va J D l.indsey, do 8P Steele, Md A M Wilkin*, N J U Glfmore, Pa J D Ward, NC JH Ward, Ky R Hackney, Jr, DC J Pigott, do Klrkweed Heuse?j. *. A a. KTktWool. W Senior A ladv, Ga M iss K A Bradley, Md S R Morl^jr, K? J M Thomt?i, DC F W McMast*r. SC Mr Lapenotiei, Can J H Mclaughlin, Pa WE Love, Ga M M Tulley, do D W Cummimn A W Wet more, NY D DwsUeks T ! Hanson, Mass W G Deal. Md American Hetel?beflesower A lovett. C O Morgan, Vt F M Read 4 lady, Fa F Hann, tlo R 8 Brown, Md J MsM Allen, DC R C Brown, do J R Taylor, Va H C Pet, do Dwaitmmt, June 16, 1866. pPOPOSALS will be received at tfaU depart * ontil the STth day at Aaguat next, at 12 o Clock. m, for furnishing (Wrought. tilted, and 11 !2*" * ? pr?per?ttteU> pat iiw the hollaing) all the materiel for the exterior walls of the south of the extension of the Treasury Department building which will be either granite or marble, ?e may hereafter be determined. The bidder whose bid is accepted, to have the privilege of lurnishiag (he material for the outside of the re mainder of the building when Congress may have made the necessary appropriations for its construc tion. provided that at that time it Is deutned for the istsrest of the United States to give it to him. rraSS'1 sresssr*" ?" ,l4e ?* the the walls of ea ual hi?.r^Mer'with ?laln window openings crowned ^ht ift ** th"* UPP?' ?tori^ a.Yd ^rr?? i in * corn'ce similar to the rear of the j"fl?t building, without the architrave and frieae. un the remainder of the exterioa walls, the col imns and antae, their capitalsanraases, the enta uature and balustrade, tne window and doordre* *c*? 'be style of architecture of the present >uilding. so far as ornament is concerned, will be ?reserved throughout, with the exoeptlon of the door and window openings, which may be varied, except those in the east end of the two wings. The sizes, shape, and dimensions of the columns, antae capitals, bases, and cross section of the entablature and balustrade will be the same as In the present buiidiar. li of granite, the shaft of the columns maybe 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 cen 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 such parts of the top as may be required. Those over the antae, the outer foce and the top and bottom edge. The face of the ashler must be perfectly wrought to the sample, with all the necessary beads, re bates, returns, Ac., required. The bed*, builds, ends, Ac., rough hammered to the square. All re bates, mouldings,, ornamental and levelled work must be clean wrought, and agreeably to the direc tions given by the superintendent. If marble is used, the shafts of the columns may be in four and five pieces; the architrave in one length from centre to centre of the columns or antae; but over the former may be composed of three separate blocks, one laying flatwise, forming the underside and the first member on each edge; the other two standing on edge {forming the inside and outside faces of the same. Those over the antae must 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. Schedule or rule for the measurement of materials to be delivered, viz: Cornice,per foot in length, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship ft Architrave over column, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Architraveoverantae, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Capitals of columns, each including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Capitals of antae. each, including cost of stock, freighf, and workmanship oases of antae, each, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship Bases of column, each, inducing cost of ^ stock, freight, and workmanship Shafts of column, in one piece, including cost of stock, freight, and workmanship.. shafts of column, in three or more pieces, Including cost of stock, freight, and work manship Plain stops, 4 with a cross section of i 7 by to 8 inches,) per foot In length, inclu ding cost of stock, freight, and Workman ship. Platforms. 3 feet wide, length not exceeding 10 feet, including stock, freight, and work manship, per superficial foot of surface For any greater width than 3 feet, up to 8 fcet, an increase of price per superficial foot for each additional 3 inches of width All the other stones of the building whose width does not exceed three times their thickness will be measured as follows: The stock in all stones whose contents do not exceed 30 cubic feet, will be measured and pajd fof by the cubic contents, at per cubic root y m For all stones exceeding 30 feet and not ex ceeding 70 cubic feet, for each additional foot an additional price of, per cubic foot. For all stones exceeding 70 cubic feet in con tents, for each additional foot an additional price of. per cubic foot nlriJXS? * *T#ater "Mik than three times there ^ h* Paid an additional ca""" -cC MMm"x w.ork ?n tb? above will be measured and Ki& #e<u^rl,cU1 toai For wp?. ual to C k*mmere<* gnuite work teea, No. 1 hammering on Boston custom-house per superficial foot No. t hammering on Boston custom-houae per superficial foot ' No. 3 hammering on Boston custom-house', per superficial foot j No. 4 hammering on Boston custom-house*. per superficial root Fo? all beds, builds, ends, backs, Ac.Vham *Llhe square, as ordered, per superficial foot frw^,a^h.i,bld.der furnl,h a wnple- -a cube of one footjrf the stone he oroposes to driver, with five **mTf\Ki ving on four sides his undrr ? the above four qualities of hammering; the fifth side, his rough hammering; while the ?ixth may show the rough stock; and this will be JEU a ,UuKilLrd la Judging of the stock de rrviL^f th? *** 01 the "hler must be ham mered in the most perfect manner, agreeably to a ?anied< ?o **furnished - 8urfttce w*n Will be meas ured and paid for at 9 per superficial foot Per hammering of beds,builds, backs. Ac 'frill fodt ^ ** 8MQe' 9 P*r 'upe^lal ^iftheabove is sand rubbed, per cent is to <*cfaannelsand rebates, not ex SSl^lot y ' Cent addI"0^ P? *?f mouldings of one curve, per cent, additional upon theoost of plain work; of pSSStoot- per upoa ^ work> v*? Kw:h arris on same, cents per lineal foot ditl?j|atn ^W* work- Per cent ad .wW ' but to apply only to the part cut olf from the souare work, and which Is In ao ease to be measured in the plain work. r or hammering of circular work ?- Der rj>nt addltioaal to pUm work. ' ^ ana Tu ?LLhe amoilnt ot ^e work done delivered, according to the contract amo"nt toJ* ascertained by the est! ^^^^deut appointed for that pur ^ P*1*1 fr0m t,m? time as the work proceeds and ten per cent retained until the com pletion of the contract and accptance of the work Ac., by the superintendent aforesaid. ' Contracts will be awarded only to master build wxorjnechanicaand the alignment thereof, ex ^ co"*?nt.of th? Secretary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the m&ine Every proposal must be accompanied by a writ ten guarsnu*, signed by two responsible persons (certitled to bs so by the district attorney or jud^e ou ^ i'f M*U'kt) th?1 bidder wiu; whin re quired if his proposals be accepted, enter into a 1^,!>0,ld' wlth JProP?r and sutticieut se tht;Ura ^ ) thousand dollars, for wh^^L**'rf?r,?U,Ce 01 ,h* ",una? if for SSfaSrl ?a ProPortionate amount if for a part thereof. Any information touching the mat De^frtiSnt by *PPlicmlion 10 lb? Treasury ^ ^ up to the afore "?r furnishing and delivering at the site, by the perch, the rougK stone for the foundation celly, and area walls of said building, and must Thet ? ^"Cripti?n f?r tUat purpose. ?, lit, required in such quantitiesi and at such times as will be most for the convenience of the operation on the work, and iu quality, to the Kenure approval of the superintendent. The de ment reserving the right to reject the proposals 'bv Invited IfOie interest of the United States snould require it. be"ent tothu department, . ? ?nperintendest, under cover to the *the TreMujj, (endorsed ?? Maurials for the Treasury Building Ex tern-ion,") and will ? at, one o'clock, p. m., of the last day th? ?ame, in the presence of the bidders, if any choose to attend. KTmr,Richrjlv., Sentinel, Alexandria, Va., Intelligencer and Star, Washington, D. C. aad Republican. BalUmore, Md.; Peniftylva Y?k: Book'and'Sun. SSr Co^nL si ^ton Aigus, Portland, Me.; Patriot, ti^ihiiiX? Albany N. Y , two ?inn-, A.H. BOWMAN, Je ^7?Sa^iuy[r?*sury BuUdin? E*ton?loB. N^SibULAS*'* PnbI1?bed by the .ub .V9i 1HLBU8 4 I1ITZ M usic Da pot. All itrafioerjb visiting the City shsuld see Rimter'a Cats IJf 31 lot* Information for Travlers. J* BAILBOAD DIRECT TO TOE WK?T ftaw ketwtei Washington and Wheeling bat 17X hoars! Bnnning Time between Washington and? Cincinnati 27 hoars " rilOVsa TICIXTS AKD ?*.??*?? CH*CIS *0 BB BAD III WASHinOTOK. rHE BALTIMORE AMD OHIO R^IL ROAD having greatly improved its Western onnections, now offers the rravelters between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH* WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection betwe^he Trains from Wash ington and the Trains Bound West from Haiti nSre is always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Ila/<rage is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and recherked and trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without chaise, Tor those holding Through Tickets for points be ond. The connecting Trains leave Washington tally at 8 a. m. and 4# p. ra. On Sundays at the Uter hour only. At WHEELING dinet ronnrctton Is made vith the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL IOAD, running from Bellaire, ou the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesville, and Newark, to COLTJMBUS. These trains connect ;t Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfield ind Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, >etroit, Chicago. St. Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C O. Railroad trains con lectwith the fast trains of the Little Miami Rail 'oad to Xenia, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At *CENIA (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is brmedwith the trains through Dayton, to Indlan tpolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock island, St. Louis, etc. . Passengers holding Through Tickets for yf> mpkis. Vicktburg, Natc.htx, New Orltansr ?tc., whlcn are also sold at W ashington?are trans erred at Cincinnati to the Mail Steamers on the 'Jhio. Tickets for Evansville, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold by this route. . luT For CLEVELAND, and via CleveUnd to Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Wheeling md Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is nade. Travelers are requested to notice that while this s the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it is also the shortest, noet speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading ?oints in the great West. The distance from kVashington to Cincinnati is but 653 miles, beio<,' lbout 100 miles shorter than by any other route! FARE, BY THROUGH TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON To Wheeling. 89 50; Cotum >us, 813 65: Dayton, $15 50; Cincinnati, fit 00; t^oulsville, by railroad, 818 65, by steamer from Cincinnati, 818 00; Indianapolis, 817 50; Cleve land, 815 50; 'Toledo, 815 80; Detroit, 815 80: Chicago, 820 65 and 819 50: St. Lonis, 8? 50 and 933; Memphis, 826; New Orleans, 831; etc. JET FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S PERRY, MARTINSBURG. CUMBERLAND, IERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PI EDMON T, OAKLAND, and F AIRM O U NT. nasaeugers mav l.ave Washington at 6 a. m. or p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. train from Washington. 1?7* For tn^ns to and from Baltimore, Anapolls. etc . see Mfclal advertisements. *D-f~ 4c.,appl at Washington Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore, may 3?tf THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNfTED STATES MAIL STEAMERS., The ships comprising this line are the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC, Captain Comstock, ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton. These Ships have been built by contract, express ly for Government service; every care nas been taken in their construction, as in the engines, to insure strength and speed. ar.d their accommoda tions for passengers are unequalled for elegance uid oomfoit. PBICB Or PA3SAex. Prom New York to Liverpool, In first cabla, 81^ Second cabin, 70 Exclusive use of extra size state rooms, - 300 From Liverpool to New York, - ?30 and ?20 An experienced Sursreon attached to ca^h ship.? No berth can be secured until paid for. F at freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., S3 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. E. 6. ROBERTS A CO.. 13 King's Arms Yard, London. JOHN MUNROE A CO., 83 Rue Notre Dame des Victoires, Paris. GEORGE H. DRAPER, Havre. The owners of these ship* will not be accounta ble for gold, silver, bullion, specie, ieweiry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed. nov 16?ly GRANGE & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. VI VI CW115* I.U ttliu IIU1U IJCUHUIVICj AIia|IV41>3. s Mfcial advertisements. ^^frirther information, Through Tickets. plFto THOMAS H PARSONS, Agent. GREAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE! TWICE dailv between WASHINGTON and th-> SOUTH, via ALEXANDRIA. GOR DONS VILLE and RICHMOND?no night line on Sundav. Leave Washington X before o'clock a m Leave Alexandria % " 7 " r. m Leave Washington # "7 "pin Leave Alexandria if " 8 " p m IAK1I BT niOI'A.inS. From Washington and Alexandria, to Gor donsville *1 25 From Oordonsville to Richmond 2 25 Travelers will find the morning line the cheap est, most pleasant and expeditious route to tne Greenbrier White Sulphur, Fauquier White Sul phur, Warm, Ho*, Alum and Capon Spring?, vVarrenton, Charlottsviile, Staunton, Stni.*bur:r, Winchester, Harrisonburg, Lexington. Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, Lu'ruy, Ntw Market, M!d dleburg, Ac. F ARKS BT MPUHIH8 LIIll I From Alexandria to Warrenton. - - 82 rto " 44 Gordonsvillo, - 3 M " " Charlottesville, - 4 50 " '* SUunton, - - C 00 " " Strasb'T'', - - 3 50 " " Winchester, - - 3 50 m u Luray, - - -4 25 " " New Market, - 5 00 w " Middleburg, - - 2 25 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGKWAGONS will be at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to convey passengers and baggage to the Steamboat, for ALEXANDRIA, a distance of 6 mile*, allow ing ample time for meals. H. W. VANDEGRIFT, Jy 14 Pen. Sunt. FOR MOUNT VERNON. N TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, round trip, 81; from Alexandria ? > O 75 cents ?The steamer thou |m , COLLYER leaves Washington at 9, and Alexan dria at 9Jf o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol foj the boat at o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Per sons wishing the coaches will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the bo?it. , OCt 20?tf SAM'L GEDNBY. Captain 3 HE POTOMAC RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S STEAMER ALICE C. PRlCii, CAPT. SAMUEL BAKER, WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX o'clock a. m.,aud ALEXAN- m xET?" fe DRIA at 7 o'clock, a. m ? On TUESDAY MORNINGS-For Mattox, Currloinan, L. Macliodoc, Plney Point, KInsale, and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS-For Chapel Point, Wicomico, LeonardtoWn, Plney Point, St. Mary's, and Cone. On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a. m., for St. Mary s, Piney Point, Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chanel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a. m., for Kinsale, Plney Point, L. Ma rhodoc, Currioman, and Matlox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual landings on the river when signals are made. By order of the Board: JAMES P. SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va.. June 1,1855. Je 13?tf STEAMBOATS CONNECTING WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARRIV ing in Washington or Alexan- _ " - dria.?The Steamers THUS. COL-i YER or GEOROE WASHINGTON .m the above connections, leading Washington at 6 a. m , for the Orange and AJexafldria Cars, and con nect with the same train on their arrival. ITT* MEALS fhrnlshed on the boats. The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal timore. SAM'L OEDNKY, Captain, may 17?tf ALEXANDRIA tc WASHINGTON BOATS. THE Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON will leave at the following hours. Fare 12 V cents. _ _ The THOMAS COLLYER, when no? wucr. ways engaged, will make trips on the route at al ternate hours. Leuv ? Washington at 6,8, ?*, 11#, 2tf, 4, 5J<, an 17. Ijam A^xindrU ?t 7,9, l&Xt 1*, 3*, 4*, and i' S - The Boat will leave Alexandria at IX F? m, or in (mediately on the arrival of the cars, jy 7?d JOB CORSON, Captain. Information for Travelers. CANAXi PACKET LIRE TO POINT OP , T ROCKS. qpHF Canal Packet CONGRESS haviag A thoroughlv repaired and ? in fret rate order (the machine being removed and horse power sue dnnes making her resfular trips bet town and the above place

The Boat will leave the wharf at W. H.ifl.6 Rlttor for Point of Rocks on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS and FRIDAYS at? o'clock a. m: and the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on TUBS DAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at the ?ante hour, stopping at the diftorent landings along the line for the reception and landing at passengers and freight, going and returning. The Boat willleeve Georgetown at 7 o'clock a. in., and arrive at the head of the Great Palls at II, Seneca at 1. Edward's Perry 3K, Monocacy 3\, Knowlan'? Ferry 6, and Point of Rocks at 7 o'cTa p. m. Returning, leave Point at 7 a. an.. Know fan's Ferry at 75, Monocacy 8, Edward^s Ferry 11, Seneca 1, Great Falls 3#, and arrive at George town at 7 p. m. Passage through either way St. Meals nerved regularly on board the boat at mod cratejria*. CHARLES MERRILL, Capt. WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. 5^a S^nday at 4X *? roH pARSONS. A??iL ap'23-tr *?- ? TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. WISHES to call the attentloa to all that suffer with defective sight, caused by age, sick ness and particularly from glasses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES ana (J LASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cord! n^; to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill'effects caused to (he precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optomrter; and tne practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision and satis taction. J. T. acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already 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 they can read this print with their specta cles, can be supplied with such that will Improve their sight. innumerable testimonials to be seen; and jefer ences given to many who have derived the greatest cast'and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No. 518 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. Norfolk, September7,1994. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have Improved my sight more than any other 1 have lately tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL. 1 have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from >Ir. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful opti cian HENRY A. WISE. Mr. J. Tobias : Sir?The pair of Spectacles yon furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfac tory to me. Tney are very decidedly the best I possess, and 1 am the owner of eight or nine pair, carefully selected In different places and from op ticians recommended to me on account of their Crofeesional standing in England, France and the nitcd States. I have been also pleased with vour remarks and directions on the treatment of ?hC parPose of PrwcrTinS and lmprov Respectfully, vours, CHAS CALDWELL, Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. Ltxchbcrs, Nov. 10, 1854. Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Glasses, by which I have been greatly aided (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier life) it affords me the highest pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid those who may need his professional services. WM B. ROUZIE, Elder of Methodist Conference. Wilxikotoh, N. C., Jan. S7, ISM. Mr. J. Tobias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to say thit the Spectacles \*uich 1 obtained from you last wo >k are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the-visual range of my eyes, 1 have hereto fore found great ditilculty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It afi\>rds me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you famished me aredecid-*dly the best adapted to nty eyes of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, yours, R. B. DRANE, Rector of St. James' Parish. Department of Interior, May 7, 1&55. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I have been compelled to use glasses for several ytiers. I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which 1 have found to serve inc perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye. I most cheerfutly recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to useglassen, and bear my testi mony a* to his skill as an optician. HENRY E BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Land Warrants, jy 13?tf OR. L. B. WRIGHT'S UHPAILWQ "SCROFULOUS ANTIDOTE,'* For tke Frrtnintnt Curt of CONSUMPTION and all other forms of SCHOFULOUS DISEASES. THIS Medicine is prepared by an eminent phy sician of eighteen years practice in New York city, during which time he nas constantly used It with the most unbounded success, and created for It a reputation in private practice, unequalled In the history of medicine. It acts immediately upon the blood, clcansfing it from all scrofulous humors at imparities, renovating and. by its magic pow I, INVIGORATE THE WHOLE SYSTTSM. in proof of which, hundreds of respectable wit nesses from the doctor's private practice have giv en in their, testimony, and entreatjthose sutfering from any scrofulous affection, to call upon tkem and v?fu/jr themstlves. A Treatise on Scrofulous Diseases can be had gratis at PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 400 Broadway, and at Drug Stores generally. CHARLES STOTT A CO., Agents for Washington OR. L. B. WRIGHT'S TASTELESS 44 LIQUID CATHARTIC." OR, FAMILY PHYSIC. rpH18isthe BEST, CHEAPEST, and MOST A EFFICIENT CATHARTIC EVER OF FERED TO THE PUBLIC. It is TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nau seating effect of puis, oil, Senna. Ac.,) and pro ducing no griping or other painful effect*. Unlike all other pargatives, it searches to the bottom of the diR'^ase, thoroughly cleanses the stomach, and leaves the bowels entirely free from co?Uivene?s NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Children drink it readily and without forcing, and NO MEDICINE IS MORE HIGHLY RE COMMENDED by the MEDICAL FACULTY. Give it a trial and then judge for yourselves. It can be had wholesale ana retail at E. H. STA BLER A GO'S, Baltimore, or CHAS. STOTT i. CO., Washington, D C. DR. WRIGHT'S PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 400 Broadway, where the doctor can be consulted daily on diseases generally, from IS to 3 p m.. without charge. je 13?6m ? , , ,,, , mu NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OP HALL A BROTHER. BARUCH HALL, surviving partner of Isaac Hall, having on the 2bth day of February, 1^55, assigned to the undersigned all the slock In trade and debts of the firm of Ilall A Brother, to be applied to the full satisfaction of certain debts, liabilities, and engagements of said firm of Hall L. Brother, and the surplus to pay and distribute rateably among such of the remaining cred itors of said firm as shiJl within six month* from said 2Bth day of February. 1855, execute and de liver to said Baruch Hall full and absolute re leases of all Indebtedness to them respectively by said Baruch Hall, surviving partner as aforesaid. Notice is therefore hereby given to sach credi tors of said firm of Hall A Brother, or said Baruch Hall, surviving partner, as may desire to partici pate in the beutat at said assignment to execate and deliver to said Baruch Hall full and absolute releases as aforesaid, within the period of tlx months from said 96th day of February, 1855. RICHARD WALLACH, ^ruataa. je 11?eotAugaeth c. warrinkr! WATCHMAKER, No. 330 Pa. avtuut, btttoted 9tk ami 10U itruts, WASaiMOTOM, s. c. Pivoting, Jeweling, and every^ind of repairs to Watches Jy 17-Sm DO YOU WANT FIRST RATE ICE cream? Go at once to ARNY. Bridge street, Georgetown, he was awarded a MEDAL by tke Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute, for ic* crbams, watkr icbs. and CAias may 25?*ntf THE LAND OPfGOLD; California uareiled; ?a. Reality vena* Fletloa: by H. R Helper. 1 ?ol. FRANCE TAYLOR INHi^AfI?i voi vma cvu ov ASTEK1 AID COSfVarVIOV ; NEW AND VERY WONDERFUL Iff ?f tke Hlllln? A WONDERFUL ikiwi has reeentty A made toy Dr. Cutis, of this city, la the meat of Consumption. Asthma, and all dh thod, Dr. C. has mtowd many illcted ones to health, as an evidence of which he; ble certificates, Speakiat of the treatment, a phy slclan remarks, "It Is evident that Inhaling?con stantly breathing ?n agreeable, healing vapor ?the medicinal properties moat eome la direct oontart with the whole arlal cavittee of the lungs. and thus escape the naay and varied changes produced upon them when introduced into the stomach, and subject to the process of digestion " The Hyge ana la for sale at all the Druggists throughout the oountry.?N. J. DuttkmcmJm* 14. The Inhaler is wan on the breast under the lin en, without the least Inconvenience?the heat of the body being suftcieut to evaporate the fluid, Hundreds of cases of cures, like the following. might be named. I One package of the Hygeens has eared aae of the Aatnaa of six years atanding. T F. EEESBERRY, F. M. of Duncannon, Pa I am cured of the Asthma of ten years' stand tag by Dr. Curtls's Hygeana MARGARET nASTON, Brooklyn, N. T. MRS. PAUL, of No. f Hammond street, N. Y., was cured of a severe ease of Bronchitis by the Bygeana. My sister has been eared at a distressing cough of several years' standing, and decided to be in curable by the physicians. She was cured In one month by the Hygeana. J. H GACDERT, P. M. Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr. CHEEVER. of New York, testi fies of our medicine In the following language: Niw Yona, Nov. U. lstt. Dear Sir: I think highly of Dr. Curtls's Hyge ana as a remedy in diseases of the throat and lungs. Having had some opportunity to testify its efflca cv. I am convinced tnat it is a most excellent rem edy, both the Syrup and the inhaling application to the chest. Prof. 8. CENTER writes us as follows: Gentlemen?1 have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hygean Vapor, la a case of chronic sore throat, that Lad refused to yield a other forms of treatment, and the result has satis fled me that, whatever may be the composition of your preparation, it is no lmposllteB,b?t an excel lent remedy. I wish, for the eafcMrfee afflicted, that It might be brought wltkla (la Mask of all. DR. JOHNS, one of the aMtaMM Physi cians in New York writes as ttMam: Dr. Conns?Dear Sir? Havlag Jf excellent effects of your Hygeana or Id haling JHJ gean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, tewao^of lhronic Bronchitis, and being much In tevwcf c5r^" 5TvLL ritation in affections of the throat,cblal tubes and lungs, I can therefore ch^rfulh rt^;rr ^nd your Medicated Aparatus "^**1 venient and effectual mode of apilying My^^ of the kind I have ever seen. Nodoubt thousands of persons may be relieved, and man) cured, by usfruj your mtwlcines. I must here be allowed to confess thst 1 am op poUd to prescribing or (Tut this little neatly contrived article, and its ef fects in the case above alluded to, ba\e induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this In anyway you may think proper. *e.p?tfull,d D No. MO Houston street, N. Y. SZSTvlffiS BOYD * pt2?to2S&2 -T P- - ted States for ten dollars. m n Dr Curtis's Hyeeana is the ORIGINAL and ONLY GENU IN ^ARTICLE; all others are base Imitations, or vile and in^uriocs counter feits. Shun them as youwould PO laO>_ For sale In Washington bv CHAS STOTT, Pa. avenue, near 7th street, and J. B. MOORt*, in the First Ward. maytt-gm CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD! HOI a FAUTICLU OF MIICWT IB t*. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY fbrj King's Evil, Rheumatism. Obslinate Cutane ousEruptious, Pimples or Purtaleaen theJbce, Blotches. Boils. Chronic Sore Eyes. or Tettes, Scald Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn I icers,^^y philitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Com plaints. and a11 the diseases arising &om i?n in judicious use of Mercurv, Imprudence In WM, or Impurity of the Blood. This valuable medicine, whfch ha* become celebrated for the number of txttaor dinary cures, effected through its agency, has in duced the proprietors, at the urgent friends, to orfer it to the Pu^ic, wh^clti th<syde with the utmost confidence In Its XSi.H2?J^a derful curative properties. The folio wing ccrtlfl cates, selected from a large number, are, hcrwrTW, stronger testimony than the men; word of the pro prietors: and are all from gentlemen In their localities, and of the hlgh^resp^cUbin ty, many of them residing In the city w Rich mond, Va. F BOYDEN, Esq , of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, known everywhere, says he has seen the Medicine called Csaraa's SraatsH Mix ti es, administered in over a hundred case*, in nearly all the diseases for which Ul*/?o?B?d ed. with the most ssionifhlngly good says it is the most extraordinary medicine he has ever seen. AGUE AND FEVER?GREAT CURB ?1 hereby certify that for three years I had Ague and Fever of the most violent description. I had sev eral Physicians, took large quantises Mercury, and iWlieve ^l the Toaics but all without permanent relief. At la* I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, two effectually cured roe, and 1 am happy 10 say 1 have had neither chills or fevers sfnee I con sider it the best Tonic in this world, and the medicine that ever ^^^LONQDEfi. Bkivbi Ditch, near RVchmoud, V a. C. B. LUCK, Esq., now U the city Rich mond, and for many years In the Port Offloe, has such confidence in the astonishing efficacy ^ Car ter's Spanish Mixture, that he nas bought up wards of? bottles, which he has given sway to the afflicted Mr. ^uck savs he has never known It to fail when taken according to c rections. Dr MINGE, a practising Physician, w?d for merly of the City Hotel, in tie city i says he has witnessed in a number of nstancea the effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were most truly surprising He "evsln ***5^ Consumption, dependent on the Liver, tht good effects were wonderful indeed. SAMUEL M DRINKER, of the Ann of Drin ker A Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of three years w o{ two botUes of Carter's Spanish Mixture. O RE AT CURE OF SCROFCTLd.?The Edi tors of the Richmond Republican had a serv^n employed in their preas room, cured 7}? ? ScrofiuaTcombined with Rheumatism, tirelv disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him! and ST Fetors, in s public notice, savthev ?'cheerfully recommend it to all who are afflicted with any disease of the blood STILL ANOTHER CURE OFSCEOFULA. I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by P?LrtJw's Spanish Mixture I consider it truly a raluab*e medicine JAMES M. TAYLOR^on ductor on the R. F. and P R R. Co., Richmond, Va. SALT RHEUM OP TWENTY YEARS STANDING CURED -Mr. JOHN THOMP SON residing in the city of Richmond, wsscured bv three botfles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of ?alt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the physicians of the city Luld not cure. Mr. Thompson is swell know.i merchant In the city of Richmond, and his cure is most remarkable. WM. A MATTHEWS, of Rlchmo^hsdo servant cured of Syphilis, in the w?rt Carter's Spanish Mixture He says be cheerroUy recommends it, and considers it a very InvaJ jable medicine. EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the . nue, says he has seen the good effects ^or Canarv Spanish Mixture In a number ef SvpfclUtte and says it is a perfect cure for thst WM. G. HARWOOD, of Richmond; - old Sores and Ulcers, which disai^ him from walk tag. Took a few botUes of Carters Spanish MIxture, and was enaoled to walk without a crutch, In % short time permanently cured Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLOSE 4 CO., No. SB Maiden Lane. New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS,No. IBS North Second #tBEi?fETrr^BEERS, No. IX Main Richmond, Va A ? ton Druggists everywhere Price si per bottle, or six bottles for Si. sep il?ly SHIRTS MASK TO ORDKR.-Gsatlamea'o best quality ef Shlrte made to imrni and warranted to It, at the lowest New York pi tear. WALL k STEPHEN*. ? I'a svsnse, mite Iron Hell. It U?? (Ms^?* '. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Waskiaa a, D C.; BENRY PEEL, Alexandria,^andTy nUTAVI MXBICAL T1K&TIIK tHQiOMPBICAL?TIEW OF 1IIITAH, I.B.U CIOIX, H. P.| ALBANY, N. 7, 07 *? Pages ud 1S9 Plae, Mala, i Lithograph* and Plates ft* if Potfgt M aJJ parM '*? QIKAPHT BOOK BVIB P?BU?U? denble the?c^2Su ty*<if*?'1' " la* matter la that of the pTPty cen TY CENT OR DOIr LAI PUBLICATIONS It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OP MARRIAGE, and the Secret InflrmltJes aad Disorder of Youth and' M atari ty, resulting from ex. oeeeea, which destroy the physic*] ud mental pow ?ws, with Obeervanoa* an Marriage. Its duties aad diet oallflcati one, their remedies: with LUhogrmras, fflaatretlngthe Anatomy and Phrsiology,aadDlsaaaerof theRe ptodnetive Onrane of bo<a ww, their stiattars, asm, aad ftacfl? A mmIv ad siee Treatise oa the Datles aad Gaosaltiee of <lesjMl married life?happy aad fruitful slMaa mode of sacoring them?infelicitous aiid infertile ores?tb<"lr ahTutloa and iwtunl,- Important hints to thoae contemplating matrimony, that will objections to It; at tahe this Impartaat asspwlthoetirst oaaanltlag Ha pt^^^OIDnWDtVlti OA tkf aBh IBMjOU treatment of females lkoa lafhacy la aid am, aaah J graphically illustrated hy boaattfal llthsfrm phlc plates?aerrous debility, Its eaoaes aad by a praaaas at oace so simple, safe, aad e? that mil ore Is Impossible?rales for dally mai obsci tattoos oa a safer aad more i "f treatment?precautionary hiatf oa the evUera *ult1ag from empirical practice?aa eeaay aa all diseases arista? from Indiscretion, with plaia aad simple rules by which all persons caa core them selves without mercury?remedies for thoae self inflicted miseries and disappointed hopes so aa fortunately prevalent la the young It Is a truth ful adviser to the married ana tbo*? contemplating marriage Its penwal Is particularlr recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubU of their physical condition, and who are cooecious of hav ing hazarded the Lealth. happiness, and priviiegca to which every- human being is entitled Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or Five Copies for One Dollar Mailed free of post* age to all parts of the (Jnited States. N H ?Thoee who prefer ma v consult Dr LA CROIX upon any of the disease* upon which thia booh treats,*ltber personally ar by mail Modi* cint sent to any part of the Union according to di raclions, safely peched and carefully secured from all observation Address Dr M B LA CROIX. No 31 Maldaa Lane, or Post Oflce Box 67*. Albany. N Y. (fp Offlee open daily from t a. m te ? p. a., aad on Sunday from it until 5pm |TP? Ofice REMOVED from N? to 31 Maiden Lane, Alfcaay, N. Y. Oftce REMOVED from No. I HaU dec 7?y DOCTOR HOUf LiHO'l CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, ranPAunn st Or. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa-, will ayrscTraLLV era* LIVER COMPLAINT. DYSPEPSIA, /?ssrfiei, Chrome or >Vrr??? D'hiltif. Oil* iai?4 of tkt Kimmd mil Dimomj ?hits; from e Di?ord*rt4 Lirtr er Stomtk. Sach as Constipation, inward Piles. Fullness. or Blood to the Head, Acidity ?f the titomacb. Kaa aea, Heartburn, Disgust for food. Fullness, or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eructations, Sinh lug or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and DiHcult Breathing. Fluttering ot the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision. Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head. Defl dency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Shla and Eves, Pain in the ?ide. Bark. Chest, Llmba Ac., Sodden Flushes of Heat Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. THE PROPRIETOR. In calling the attention of the public to this preparation, does so with a feeling or the utmost confidence in its virtues and adaptationpf U to the diseases for which It la recommended. It is no new and untried article, but one that has Mood the test of a ten yea-*' trial before the Amer ican people, and Us reputation and sale is unri valled by any similar preparations extant. Tie testimony in its favor given by the moM proml nen* and well known Fhyaician* and indivldnala, In all parts of the country is immrnwe. The fol lowing from North Carolina is respectfully sub mitted. referring any who amy still doubt, to tba ? Memorabilia." or Practical' Receipt Book, fat Farmers and Families, to be had gratia of all tha Agents for the German Bittern Principal Office and Manufactory, ISO ARC! STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Ctrfijicmti e/ Dr. W. Smttk, of P\ru Hill, RttA mend Conn;* JV C Pirb Hill, March 4, ISM. Da. C. M Jackson, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: I have been a sublect of Dyspepsia. In its worst rorm. for the last flve years Such was my condi tion for twelve months that the physician* and all who saw me mid I must die. While in this coa lition I was carried to the watering places in Vir ginia, Tennemee. and North Carolina, bat was not benefltted by any water to which I wax taken While on my wav home 1 stopped a week at R utfc rrfordton. a smsll village in North Carolina, to Lry the effect of some Chalybeate water in that mace. About the last of the week I went into a drug store to get some medicine for my child end myself. There were several of the vilWe physi cs lans la the store, and one of them seemed to tahe >om? Interest in my rase. and. after ashing me K>m<- questions, said he had been a dyspeptic and bad been greatly benefltted bv the use' of HOOF LAND S GERMAN BITtERS. prepared by rou. and he insisted that 1 would try the Bitten lie also called the next day at my room, and ta rred no much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it. and I com menced tahing it a* directed, and I was more ben efitted by It than all the water and medicine 1 had rver taken. After reaching home one of my neighbors came to me for a prescription and medicine, (be a dys peptic.) and I gave him nearly nil the Bitters I Lad left, which effected much good iahlscaas. He has often called on me for more of the mom kind of medicine, saying he was more benefltted by It than any other he had taken, but I have aot been able to get any more for him or mvself since; will you. therefore, please ship me a doeen at more as soon as possible Respectfully, yours, W SMITH. D R HOOKER. Radar's Store, Wake Co ,N. C., October M, '883, says: ^Having experience** very great beneflt from ths use of HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS la Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement of the Liver, and lis concomitant evils, I am de*irons r>f obtaining a quantity ef It tor the beneflt of my community. You will, therefore, please aead a lot, Ac.. Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J, ATWOOD HvKTsviLLa, Yaftln Co., N. C I November 1st, 1856 J Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me ta ex press to yon my sincere thanks for yonr discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it. has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have taken, have entirely failed to do. HOOF LAN D 8 GERMAN BITTERS have cured me of the most stubborn and aggravated case of the filbs that, perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man Mv case la not a stranger in this community, as I am well known in tnis and the surrounding counties, and can truly say that my recover}' has astounded all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any good un til I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters Yon are at liberty to make' any use of this communion Hon for tba benefit of the afflicted, you may think rtDjai. Truly, yours, V W J. ATWOOB. These bitters are miinlf rifttsMi, they Invig orate snd strengthen the systemf never prootrate it, and can he used for infhnts as well as adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. GlLMAN, Washington; J. L. RlD \vELL, Georgetown, and J. R. PlERPONT, Alexandria. mar 1?ly WATCHER, ff JEWELRY. SILVERWARE, A?. M. W. GALT Jfc BRO. nre constantly ram Ting large invoices of the above, aad affar a vary article la their line at the lowest rates GOLD AND SILVER WORK of every de scription made to order, such as TKfeTlMO NIaLH richly em be ills bed. with appropriate de signs, SILVER TEA SETS, DINNER SER VICES, Ac Precious Stones eet In eei ry rtyle. however elab orate ARMS, CRESTS. MOTTC ES, Ac , eat aa wne M W. tALT 4 BRO., rvu sra_ 1 j i ?? ? K. : _a v ? ? Pa. ay., between Niatk aad Tenth sta. jt 14?tf rtAMS, PERrrnElT, TOILET ARII fl1 cles, Ac.?We have now in store a large varl sty of flne and ccwimoa Fans Hsrriaaa^ aad Lu ?? ? - ? ? ?? ? m a#? bin's celebrated Perfumery .Bruabea, Com be, vis I ting and playing Cards, tooth Powdtsss, Porta MoTinalaa.ClgarCaaas, Card Caam, Basket ul cf which we are aeillii* out at >ow ? iiikketa. Ac ?^<iiwe out ai law prices ta rait the times at the Piano, Music, Stationery, nd Fsacy Goods Stare ef JOHN V, BLLff, rn Pa av?aaa, hat tthaad-itth *? > may?