Newspaper of Evening Star, August 27, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 27, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. Great Excitement?The Artesiax Well FiRt-Sisoi l vi: Phexomemoh.?The neigh borhood ??t" Canal street wa* in a terrible stata excitement. yesterday morning, owing to a report that th? artesian well, tow being bored **u the r.eutr.;l ground, had taken fire. Va ti< ** were the speculations on this singular vhcDomenon. By some of the geologists who rurricd to t!>o spot. after tuc occurrence, it ?w.i- i;<j rted that the augur hal penetrated i.;t ? volcania strata, and that an eruption "WrisM. :n ^11 probability, roon occur: others, ?*4 it ally learned, suggested that the au<;ur h::d stra ck ;; coal be 1 atd ihe friction caused it to ignite. While the philosophc--" were de liberating on the question of whether or not we should fiwn have a Vesuvius in our midst, si bystander made the practical suggestion of sending for *? Young America," the steam fire engine, and tryi.ig what effect the big squirt ?would h ivc ':'i it. The suggestion was prompt Jy camel into eff-ct. and i:i a short time the great arte-inn bore, with j:11 its volcanic ud ju.i1'!'. wai completely washed over, and the timid to irs of ?ll who supposed that the Cres cent City wa-" -kb' ut to blow up. finally quieted J.V. (J. True Delta. The GEMERors Iire.iadier?A grenadiir ?ii the Duke of Berwick's army being taken nianrauding, was sentonced to die. His offi cers went in a body to the duke and rcpre ? ?nUd t.? him that the uuhapj.y man was one ? t the bravest soldiers in tue army. The duke, however ordered the provost to do his duty. The gr -nadi?T was conducted to the place ?' pu:.i;linif-nt, but iu the instant they were ?i? t ? tie his hand.", he found means to slip "?ay j nd concealed himself in the camp. 4 ae duke, iiit rinel This escape, ordered 'h it the provost should be hung up in his ad. The provost threw himself at his feet. ;nid protested his innocence, but all iu vain; the ines rubi*1 duke ordered him to immediate * xecution. Tho concealed grenadier, being informed >?f this circumstance. with an exalted ^ei.ero ity of sentiment, instantly repaired to the duke. "My lord," said he, '? J am the ? rinunal I am informed that an innocent man i t.> die in my stead. As he had no hard i my e- ? vpe. ord- l hi:n to be brought ba -k. I I die content.' fho greatness of soul n.-t.i:it!y disarmed the general, who pardoned i he:a both. "D >Wic. ?31'ile R:ichel. the 1 re ? h actress, on leaving the ship which ?r-.ugi,t her to New York, ii is s*id, presented live hnndrel fraa.s to a charitable fund f>r t:i<- icliel of wi iows and orphansof employes. "I h?? -me paper says M ile Rachel hitsex pre-sly tipu' ted thf.t n<< humbug of any l ind .'!i ill be resorted to to impress the public in nrr ?'*vor. Vet the very first a"t is a hum bug a'.r.oun vmcnt. intended to show her ex Ma >rdisary liberality, and designed to b?; .i- 'i horeaiter as a pretext for charging the most extravagant prices for admission to her i*-i* ruraiice^. Where is the n- ce?>ity of re .???rtiiig to this speeks of dec-^ntiou f It.tchv.-i i;: s t ib-uts or' a high order. Why not depend tij - n tiv.rn md not upon trickery, which is iu -uit.ng t" th'- int-. lligence of the public, a dis grace t.? ar;i ts, and a degradation of art.? l*ftr/adelpki i I.*tic?r Poison rn ?* Mushrooms.?We stated, a l'-w d'.-ys "ince. th^t two children of Mr. Jas. i? K eh- died sudd .'idy from eating unwhole met ' d We now learn fio:n Mr. 0 Keefeth.it the immediate cause ?'t their death wa* from f..ii"g a p is'?n<?us ?p"ci';s of mushrooms. com >? "iiiy c til*- I toai-scools. It is highly im;>or t.'iUi 'I those wh*) empl?<y mushrooms as .in ??rti.de br il to be able to distinguish those w'fi, i arc wholesoiae l'rtm the p^>iaauous. The ? iiiwing general rule should be ?-bserved: K jf ;t Jill that have a narcotic or fetid, or an aci:d, bitter, or very acid taste; ^hich oe .a . ion a >t i.jh vi constrictijn in the throat when diow-d; which are very soil, liquifying, ch iiigiiig c lor, an 1 assuming a bluish tint np>;i L- ii.g bruised which grow in very moi-t ol i.vs ai d up-n putrifying substances, all ol *^hi h are \ r>.s?>i..jus. and should ba avoided [U/itui to lief 'tblirjn. -SRIT ILS AT FttI!?CirAL iiOTJ'L?. Kr*wa?' lf??l-i r 4 x. Biowj* .! DrMtTjrii, La T M Lanahan and ladv, J J Jones, Ala Md ?j i n**er, ill .Mi?s Lanahan, do J Beer l?t \V W Fayette, SC 0 B Cro< kett, Tex J B Moorniann, () A J ({uiuthe, .111 (i W Tubman, Md ?i W Van do W js Roberts <t lady, Ua J ?l Ling. Ala J K Bancroft, 8C li C Han wick, do \V Glbboney Va 1 It Mclfaun, Md C V.r Uioone, Can '? I' Jebn-tcn. .N \ L (> liendrom, do t. Ii John-ton. do |)r Kobawn & lady, NC J Butler, do il C Robinson u. lad/, do l> I BrdsLcsr, Va \V T Willis ic son. Md ?. Turner, do J J Wallis. do Mi>* It i'a; lue, do \V Kr?bs, do H Barker. Mas* J \ Clabaugh. do M -? i> IIiason, (.a U V.' Kirklar.d, I SM A II hobert>ua. .'.id M De'onny, Va M:Ohi^'i".. do J K Lunter, do J J bo* ie, do P L Mars, do R II ?- inilb & lidy, Ala S C Pointer, Tenn M Ifugan. do J B McDonald, Ala f! I! (inrdon. Mo W B Aall. do T I- >hmi!o:i ami lady. t> B (ia->ton. do 1 _ Alt Me Williams, do I J Mehav A lady. Md S B Rol?on <Ja II Ca.ter, I'a J M Llf>sco:fcb. Ala J I'aien. do I' S SLelu.an. do 1. Dunra'i Md 1> Ma"Ix?an. <?a ' J ' do A I' Xkht'lnon. do ? < XV Craiac, ?V? J White SO J M R"- ertj A. .daiijjh- A I\ CLamiie, Temi ?er^. La t; XV Biackiran. NC H r Hrjan, Tenn \V II Powell, do '? ?'eik, do N Mathewson, do J N Cramer, Tn I> Dickinson, Tenn T J Anderson, do C W llunnicutt. Ga Mr Duuran, U s J Dirkins^n, do Mrs Duncan, do S l?ruett. Ala V Welslger. Vu M Frazer. SC P C? Sin; do XV F Davis. Ala T Joh'iM-n, Cal W llollny, do J K\le, NC I, Main.an, <i? C I.lna & ladv Ala J R Roche, L'SN ' Jr' tT'b Christian, Va Mrs Ri ?-v. do J S^ott, do .' ?I ilLains A lad;.', J lluuter, do ?C WO Kev, La \'-jii^iiincrv. Fa W N i*haw, d?? \ 1' I 11 is. Fla F XV Weems, Md ? ? W H.?2t, L'SMA J Kyle, NC ti A Cunningham, do W itlnrds* >l?tel?ii. a A j. c. wiLUll. Mi-* Atkl*K>u, Va A L B^rnumand lady, ?? I'ratf.jr. do Ma>s B L Md n. La P D Brown, SD f)r Ar Ler. Va K I vt>, Mass W i Murdoui;fa. Md Dr Peniont, NC <> T ^ >?'. Adams und ly. do \\ B Ai.ai.d u.nd ladv, W '1 l'rc-.ton aai ludv. Me Pa Mi^s \llai-d d > S fedw?rd-. M ss W A r?.i';iid? rs and lidy L'r S? iu; tin ai;d lidy." Vi Va .Vi? S?nd?r> di? l? ti Westiott. Pa J \ Lawrence aad ady. Hon *d Haibeit. Kv Va-* C \V Levering end ly, ?'V'.-s La"?rei.tc. do do J lifiiliy aiid ly, Va J Weaver, SC J J tKaby, do XV Bates, do A Murray ?' d ly. do P Cook. Va CMauptn. I.a Ueo Cocper and lady II hi^iih, Va Conn W D " Miss Cooper, do C B asley. Md 11 A Montagve and ly, i: S Conpo. k. SC Ala t. P l<an4horn?'. do M i-s Mo'itague. do ^ r Agn? w, do J U Bradley, Vt J H?d^r> ?ia W A Linstly and ladv, A F Hunf.rfo Cona J p lUnruk-. do .Mbit Linsely, do I P Burgcyi:e. NC H Hammond and ladv, K J IlirrU'u, Md Co:m Mi-s C llarri-on do R Monteit>> and ladv. La V. Barry, do _ ^ I* Stephens and ly, Mas-. A C Kinu A ly. N \ Miss Stephens do .Mis> A Kln^. do J P Ramsey, Va Mi?" How laud, do A Bughee aad ly. Md J ??. Ilowlan ! and lady, S A rond. ly. son and do dr, Conn It t. ILrnum, do l oited States Hotel ? r c hack.net Lieut K ertzir g, Pa K F Cumncins, Ma>? J H Ollileweii, Tenn C Armor, O A Matie. Mo J Selleibach. NY W C Clarke, DC A H Wood, Va H J Heath and ly, do J XV Gover, do J t'e.-iton. NY R J Harrover. do A A Lewfis. Md W Armster, Tex .1 Washington, Conn S O Willow. Mass J Walien. Wis b J Sin pson. Md Kirkwe*d (lease?j. h. A a. iuiwooi. S Gibson. NY It Ghiselln, Ky T vV Harrison. Mass c Seymour A lady, do G W Caldwell, Va A i? Gordon, do XV P B.akev. do T K Sand?, DC E M Mathews, NY W J McClay, Va M W McGrnnd.do A Duval, do T Swan A family, Ala A M Smallwood. NY .Mis* Garvin, do G A W illlams, do i> (?raliam. T x G P Berjfen, do T W Pat rraou. La F S Hodgson. Dtt L W Rawliua, do Miscellaneous. i- m?fis irein; .1! 01 me '? ~?" - ? (1. .uid tl.?* payment th reon will made a^rree o tin* f.>ilowia<r f'?rm and sched'de, and al. Trkascr v Pkpartmest, June I*55 PROPOSALS will l?e received at this depart ment until the 27th day of August nr*'\at ? o'clock, in., for furnishing (wrought, lltted. ana delivered in a properstatetn put intothe buildingj all the material for theexteiior wall* of J*0" , wing of the extension of the Treasury Departing building, whi. h will be either yninlte or marme, as niav hereafter 1** determined. rh whose'hid is accepted, to have the prtvillege of furnishing the material f?r the outside of the re mainder of the building when < ?"'f r : J . made the necessary appropriations tor its con trac tion. provided that at that time it s deemed for the interest of the United Mates to give it to him. The department reserving the right to reject the proposals hereby i <vited. should the interest of the United States require it. ....... The stones must all be wrought to the dimen sions. sizes, models. Ac.. which niav be furnished by this department, by which all measurements will be governed. On the court or rear side of the exterior the walls will be plain ashler, with plain window openings of equal height in the three upper stories, and crowned with a cornice similar to the rear of the present building. without the architrave and frieze. On tne remainder of the exterior wr.lls, the col umns and antae, their capitals and bases, the enta blature and balustrade, the window and doordres sings, Ac., the style of architecture of the present building, so far as ornament is concerned, will l>e preserved throughout, with the exception of th< door and window openings, which may be varied, except those in theeast end of the two wings, the sizes. shaj>e. ami dimensions of the fOiiimns. antae, capitals, oases, and cross section of the entablature and balustrade will be the same as in the present building _ It ot granite, the shaft of the columns mav t>? either in one or three pieces of t jual length. The lia.se and capital of the columns and antae wih each be in one piece. The arc hit rave of theenta > iature will extend in cne n jthfrom centre to cen tre of antae or column, and those over the latter to lie composed of but one block. wi.h both sides and lfottom wrought. toge?U?'f with such parts o. (hetopns may be required. These over the antae, th'-' outer face and the top and l?.?t ton* edge. The face of the ashler must be perfectly wrought to the sample, with all the necessary heads, re liates, returns, Ac., required. I he beds, builds, ends, Ac., rough hammered to thesauare All re lia'es. mouldings., ornamental and bevelled work must b?* clean wrought. and agreeably to the direc tions given by the superintendent. if inaible is nsed, the shafts of the columns ma\ >?e in four and live pieces; the architrave in one length from centre to centre of the columns or antae. but over the former may be com|K>sed of three sejxirate blocks. one laying Hat wise, forming the underside and the lirst im mber on each edge; the other two standing on edge; forming the inside and outside faces of the same. 1 nose over tiie antae must be in one blo? k. The m*':i< irem- ut of the material and work de livered ably to bids must lie made accordingly. Sci.''d .le or ride for the measurement of materials to be delivered, vi*: _ ' Cornce, t<er foot in length, l.ieluding cost of stoek. freight, and workmanship *5 Architrave over column, including cost of stock, freight, aad workmanship Architraveover antae. ineludingcost of stock. freight, aad workmanship Car?l'.-:is of columns, each in . iding cost of s k. freight,and workmanship Ca'>i'als of a itae, eueh. iie iud'ng co-t cf stock. freight, a.id w.vkiu.inship Ba-es of aii'.'.<- each. i ;?<? hidingco.->t of stock, f eight, and wo:ku. inship Ba*es of column, ?at n. inducing cost of stock. freight. and workmauship......... Shifts of column, in one piece, including cost of stock, freight, ami workmanship.. Shafts of column, iu time or more pieces, including cos?t of .-tock, frei ;.ht, and work man-hip Plain steps, (With a cross .section of 1 7 by 0,^ to8iacne .) i^r f<' >' to length. inclu ding con of stoi k. freight, and workman ship Platfor.us.:: f? -t wid". length no? exceeding iofott. including si<?- k. freight,and wtrk mau>hip, per ss.jh.tLv ial f h?*. cf s rface seen For any greater width tii in '1 feet, up to * feet, an increase -f price per stijHTtlcial foot for eacU additional ; inches of width of All the otlier st ?nes oi'the building whose wid'h d>-s not cfpf I t!;r??e times tueir thickness will be measured as follows: Th" stocit in all stones who?e contents do not exceed :>o cubif feet, will be m^as^rcd and paid for bv the cubic c ont'-nts, at jn*r cubic foot 9 For all ston'-s e> ??<-.1 ag :>i fe?'t and not ex ceed. ..g 7?i (Mb.i- fct-i, fur each additional foot an additional i>ri ?? of, per cubic foot. "'or all sto:e ? ? v ? T*?c ''i" feet in ( in tents f. r each add icaal foot a:i additional pri- e of, per c v; f ??? For s'ones of gieab r width than three times their thi' kuet. ;, ti. ;e will l.e paid :.n additional price of OiT c- at f< r cr^h additioaai three inches in widta. The work on the nliove will be mrasured and Said for by the su|?e.;Slcia' foot. For tach super >;ial foot of line h-mint red granite work ice*, equal to No I hammering oi Boston cv.stom-hooa?, per su per lie i al foo. No. 2 hammerin:' oa Boston custom-house, pv wput !?! loot - No :j hauiniering ? llo -tor. ca .torn-house, pe r>i p*-* ' ??' filO. No. 4 lnmin* "fng c Bast a ci. toiii-hcuse, p?-: ? :t r"'ial foo? For all tj ' lv ijuiIds. ends, ba' ks, Ac.. hc.n rr 'red ' ill to tbe : jnnre, an ordered. p;r ?uperli^ial ??:ot Kw; b.ddf r to ' ?c|i; ??? a ? .npl*s? a ' "t.e of one foot cf the s*.?i he i?t'?jh?>vs to (.sliver, with live face* brrn": :ed. a virg on f ? " sides his under standing of the ubo .efour (tuai ie? of hammering; the Lfi'i sid^, l is rough Lamm ring; while the sixth ir?y show ti .? r ugh stock; and this will be mil .. etaedard la Judging of the stock de livered . If cf marl > ?hc fa"? of tl.ep. hler must be ham ir.'red in t 'ae ?r??v.t p: ri>-ct manner, agreeably to a samp of' .r si >ve mined, to V' furnished by lb" bidder; and t'a :rface seen will bj meas urd ^r.d paid f'T j't c per supertit ial foot. For hamr.eriur of! ?*... . I :ck.s, Ac., full fo the .-:qr.ar-. .as per sarL' , f pt: c ipTficiai foot. if tLe a'j ... 1: : ir.d rublh'l. pc." cent. Is ?? be added. F or hrminerln?< of < han::<! " d r?*batea, not ex ceydiag 4 by 2 inches, nt additional per lirealfoot. For harrm'-r'n-r i f ir.oii'd;nt's af one curve per cent, additional upon the cost of plain vork; of 'wo cur ves jn r cent. ujK>n plain work, per su pe li' ial fo.n. F.ach arris en same, cents per lineal fr> ?t For hammering bevelled work, per cent, ad ditional to tda'a wcrk; but to apply only to the part cut oU'rrorn ih- s ?aar work, and which is in no case to be n.e?: vi: d iu the nlaia work. F(?r lamm<Ti.-g of circular work, percent. additional to j iaia work Ninety per < ent. of tu. amount of the work done and material delivered, accord in;- to tLe contract pr:? i. (>Lii(l amount to ije ascf-rt lined by the esti uiale of 'he sufvrintendcit appointed f /r that pur pose.) will oe i . ;d from time t ? time as the work proceeds, and ten per tent retained until the com pletion of the contract and acrptance of the work, Ac., by the superintend* n: al'ores;iid Contracts will b" award* d only to master build ers or mechanics: and the assignment thereof, ex cept by c nscnt of the Se< refary of the Treasury, will be a forfeiture of the sa:.:e. Kverv proposal must be ac< ompariied by a writ U?n guarantee, s gned oy two responsible persons, (certified to be so by the district attornev or judge : ..f ih?' s?nl tl v(, i t) tl.at the bidder will, wiieii f ' im red. if his pro;s?sjils be accepted, enter into a routia id bond, witti prt>j?er and suUlcient se I curities. in ii ?? sum of iL'v ti.o i.-.aiid dollars, for the faithf il |S r;V?ni;a.i* of tii?- Mine, if for the wuole work and of a i>r<<;?ortionate amount if for ^ part thereof Any iniorinatioii touching the mat ter can be obtained 1 y application to the Treasury Department. I'ronosids will also l>e received up to the afore said aate for furnishing and delivering at the site, by the p* rch, the rough stone for the foundation, cellar, and area w.dls of sjiid building, and must be of the very d -cription for that purjHise | They will be required in such quantities and at s;ich times a> w.ll be mo-t for the convenience of the ojieration on the work, and mi quality, to the | entire approval of tlie superintendent. Thede Iktrtmeut reserving the right to reject the propositls lerebv invited f the interest of .he United States should require it. The proposals must be sent to this department, direcltd to the > uierintcndeni, under cover to the Se?;retarv of the '1 reasury. (endorsed '? M<itrrial* for the trrnsuiy Buillinn Ex t*n?ion.,,y) and will be opened at oneo'chxk. p. m., of the last day lixed for ie< eiving the same, in the presence of the bidders, if any choose to attend. Enquirer. Uichinond. Va.; Sentinel. Alexandria, Va , Intelligencer and Star, Washington, D C.; Sun and Republican, Baltimore, .Md ; Pennsylva nian, Philadelphia; Day Book and Sun. "New Vork; Post, Boston, Argus, Portland, Me ; Fatriot. Coin oid, N U ; and Argus, Albany, N . \ , two times each week for sixty day* Bill to be sent to Secretary of tne Treasury. AH BOWMAN, Sup't of Treasury Building Extension, je 27?2uwt>odays. SHIRTS? SIIIKTS. ? We have Just received a large and ttneassortment of Gentlemen's best 1 utility white and colored Shirts, which we will lspos?- of at the lowest New York prices. WALL A STEPHENS. 322 Pa avfiiue, next door to Iron Hall. an 2?tf ('LOt Kit! ( LOCKS! IF you want a good honest Clock?or e that will always give you the correct time, di op in at G . !'KANCIS, 49U Seventh street. He has Clocks that cannot be excelled?handsome and good time beepers lie sells low. and every Clock is war* ranted. J V 21 Information for Travelers. ALEXANDRIA * WASHINGTON BOATS. rHK Steamer GEORGE WASHINGTON wll] leave at the following hours. Fare \2% cents. The THOMAS COLLYER, when not other irays engaged, will make trips on the route at al jrnate hours. Leave Washington at ?, 8, 9%, lltf, 2*, 4, 5*, nd 7. Leave Alexandria at 7,9. 19*, l*,3jf, 4*, and ? I' S.?The Moat will leave Alexandria at l|f p. T, or immediately on the arrival of the cars jvT?d JOB CORSON CaptalB^ 'RANGE fc ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. li RE AT SOVTHERy MAIL LINE! flWICK daily between WASHINGTON ard i the SOUTH, via ALEXANDRIA, GOR DONS VILLE and RICHMOND?no night line ?~.n Sunday. I,e?ve Washington X brfore6 o'clock a m Leave Alexandria 44 7 "am Leave Washington " 7 44 p m Leave Alexandria % 44 8 44 p m FAR?- BY NIfiH'f LINK. : ?i >m Washington and Alexandria, to Gcr donsv'lle...! ?3 25 'r >m Gordoiisville to Rk hmond 2 i'5 ; fravelere will find the morning line the cheap s'. most pleasant and expeditious route to the it mbrier White Sulphur, Fauquier White Snl oh ir, Warm. Hot, Alum ar.d Capon Springs, >V trrenton, Charlottsville, Staunton, Strasburg, Winchester, Harrisonburg, Lexington, Weirs 3ave, Natural Bridge, Luray, New Market, Mid Ueburg, Ac. FARK* BT MOSN1KS LIN?5 Frorz Alexandria to Warrenton. - - ft? 00 44 " Gordons ville, - 3 50 44 Charlottesville, - 4 50 " " Staunton, - - 8 00 44 " Str?r.burg, - - 3 50 44 44 Winchester, - - 3 50 " 41 Lurav, - - - 4 25 44 44 New Mark*t, - 5 IKt ?? 14 Mindlcburg, - - 2 25 OMNI BUSKS and BAGGAGEWAGONS will >e at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to onvey pa*sencrers and baggage to the Steamboat, or ALEXA NDRIA, a distance of 6 miles, allow ng ample time far meals. II. W. VANDEGRIFT, J7 14 Gen. Supt. 3Y RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST. kt* c. i - I Time between tVnshiiiston ami Wheeling (?ut 1? * hours J P inning Ti-tie between Washington and Cincinnati 27 horas !! ' rlIR07SH TICKETS AND BAGGAGE CHKCKS TO BE HAD IN WASHINGTON. 'pilE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL 1- ROAD having greatly improved its Western ?onnections. now otters the fullest inducements to TravelUrs between WASHINGTON, BALTI MOR E a:idall portionsof the WEST, NORTH WEST. and th- SOU TH WEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash ngton and the Trains bound West from Balti n?>re isalwa;, ?* promptly made at the Washington luuction (lately called the Relay House) It miles "rom Baltimore. Tiiisi-. the only change of cars equired be Iwrm W tshingion :i?id the??liio r' .*er. Wag?^rge is ? ??r-V ?1 through to Whet-ling at the Wasuington SMtion, and re herked and trans- 1 ferred there. (with the *>a*s*iigtrs) without charge, :"or those holding Through Tickets for points be or.d. Tl e connecting Trains leave Washington iailyat6 a. m. and*!# p.m. On Sui^Lays at the latter hour ?nly. At WHEELING dirset ronn'ttion is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL- j ROAD, running from Beliaire, on the Ohio, r.ea: Wheeling, throi Cambridge.* ZanesvilJe, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains ? onnet t tt New: rk vith the ears of the Newark. Manslielil .nd ^and' -ky K. Hroad for Sandusky, Toledo. Detroit. Chicago, St. Louis. etc. At COi.I'.V HI'S !he C. O. i? a'.iroaJ trains con nect with the fast trai .s of the Little. Mami Rail' roii'f to \eni;?. Ciwinn.li, Louisville, etc At X EN IA (on Lirt.e Miami P.iilro;.d,> eeinection is formed with the trains through Da'.*? >n, to Indian ? poiis, Terre Ha'., e, L?Ja\vtte, Chicago, Rock i Island, St. Louis, etc j LIT" Passengers holding Through Tickets for | M-myhix. V>rk^>ur^. Natrhez, New Orleans, ] etc .. which are a1-o?old at Washington?are trans- ! ferr- d at Cincinnati to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansville, Cain), and St. Louis are sold by this route. IC7" For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo. Detroit. Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ol.'o is navigable h?e*ween Wheeling and Wi-lL-v-lle ffortv mile:;> where a connection vith the Cleveliid Pitt )u*g Railroad is tnide. Traveiers a-e r- qnested to notice 'hat while thi - !s the only ri?::11- ali >rdi!ig Through Tickets and Checks in Wa<!ilngt?n, it is also the shortest, most sf>eedy, and direct to nearly all the leading tKiints in th.e ^reat West. The distance from Washington to CincinnHti is but 6,>J miles, being about loo iiiiies shorter than by any other route ! FARE. BY THROUGH TICKET, PKOM WASHINGTON :?To Wheeling, S9 50; Colum bus. 813 65; Dayton. ?15 50; Cincinnati, 913 00; Louisville, by milratd. j*l^ 65, by steaiser ftoiu Cincinnati, :i!!9 00; Indianapolis, ?17 50; C'eve land, ?14ai; Toledo. ?15 HO; Detioit. 915 2tk Chicago, *'*165 and St. Loui;:, Sis SO ?aa 5525: Memphis, S*"2G; New Orleans, 8'U; etc. fH- FOR FR1DKRICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MARTINSBI'RG, CUMBERLAND, BERK LEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRI \'-S, . PIEDMONT,OAKLAND,an* FAIRMOUNT, ! nasht .gcrs in^sy ltuve Washington at 6 a. m. or ! '% p. ir.. For the minor way stations between Ualf.mcre and Whetli.ig, tuise 6 a i.i. train from VVH>-hini;;on. 117" For trains to and from Baltimore, Anapolls, t etc . see special advertisements. JIT*For further information. Through Tickets, Ac .apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, a; Washington Station. JOHN H. DONE. Maste. of Transportation, Baltimore zr.-; Ohio itallrond, Baltimore. m?.y 3?tf THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STVTKS >-x&tt??k *1 A i jli 5 T i: A ^ j: R S. '1MIE SHIPS COMPILISING THIS LINE J- are the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC. Captain Nye, BALTIC, Captain Comstock, ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton. These Ships have been bum by contract, express lv for Government service: every care has been taken in their constriction, as in the engines, to insure strength and speed, and their accommoda tion" for passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort FRIC5 C7 FASSAS*. ?"rom New Yo.k to i.lvvrpoel,i;: flrstcabitt, fl2# Second cabin, ;0 Exclusive use cf c-tra size stite rooms - ni?fi From Liverpool ?> New York. - i.30andXv0 An eiperlcncc d Surgeon :>?tached to each ship. Ne >ierth can oe secured until paid fer. Fof freight or passage apply to EDWARD k. COLLINS A CO., M Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool? E. G ROBERTS A CO.. 13 Kind's Arms Yaid, Lcndoa. JOHN MUNROE A CO.. A Rue Notre Dam> des VIctoires, Paris. GEORG1 11 DRAPER. Havre. The owners of iheso t.'lips will not be accounts h'e for g<'ld, silver, b ill; clous stone?, cr signed therefor, pesscd. uov 16?ly ? - - ? ~*'v ? r *<**.* */*. ui ?vvuu?3* ilver, b tlL :, specie, lewelry, pre r id* tals, up"ess bills rf lading are r, auu LeVui'ic t'ctreoi thereinex STE IMBOATS CON N EFT I N? WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS AK1UV int; :i Washington or Alex?n- _ dria?The Steamers THC#S COL-i ^ ER or GEORGE WASHINGTON will n" ti e above connections, lea^inj' Washington at 6 a i.i.. for th" Orange and Alexandria Cars', and con nect with the same train on their arrival. ]?7" MEALS furnished on the boats. The Boats connts t with all the trains from Be! timore. SAM'L GEDNEY, Capuin may 17?tf .HE POTOMAC KIVLR STEA"VIIlO\T C O M PA N Y S ST I: A M E R A L1CE C. PR IC ii CAPT SAMUEL BAKER, ' 11/ILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX ?? o'clock a. m.. and ALEXAN- _ h. DRIA at 7 o'clock, a m? On TUESDAY MORNINGS ?For .MaUox Currionian, L. Machodoc, Pine^ Point, K'nsale' and Cone. On FRIDAY MORNINGS?For Chapel Point, Wicomico, Leonardtown, Piney Point, St. Mary's and Cone. ' On WEDNESDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o"clock, a in , for St. Mary s, Piney Point Leonardtown. Wicomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at I o'clock, a m., for Klnsale, Piney Point, L. Ma chodoc, Cnrrioman. and Mattox. The A C. Price will ca'l at the usual landings on the river when signals are made. By order of the Board: JAMES P SMITH, President. Alexandria, Va., June 1, 1t55. Je 15?tf FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS ?FARE, round trip, Si; from Alexandria _ Jl'1 ?- w

7.? cents ?The steamer THOMASS^S^^vjN COLLYER leaves Washington at 9 and AlexaiT dria at :?X o'clock Coaches leave the Capitol foi tL-r- b-ai at o'clock Coach fare 10 cents. Per ns wishing the coaches will leave their residence v .:h George A Thomas Parker. i :tei cshments on the boat j tf SAM'L GEDNEY. CaptaJa. Information for Travelers^ CANAL PACKET LINE~TO POINT OF ROCKH* THE Canal Packet CONGRESS having been thoroughly repaired and ? ???_k in first rate order (the machinerySbZ^SjESEB being removed and horse power substitutwOcon tinues making her regular trips between George town and the above place. The Boat will leave the wharf of W H A H. G Kilter for Point of Rocks on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS and FRIDAYSat? o'clock a m; and the Point of Rocks for Georgetown on Tl ES DAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS at flu ame hour, stopping at the different landings along the line for the reception and landing of pa.ssengers and freight, going and returning. The Boat will leave Georgetown at 7 o'clock a. m., and arrive at the hesd of the Great Palls at 11, Seneca at 1, Edward's Ferry 3)%. Monocacy 5 X, Knowlan's Fcrry 6. and Point of Rocks at 7 o'cl'a p. m. Returning, leave Point at 7 a m ., Know Sar.'s Ferry at 7,S, Monocacy 8. Edward's Ferry 11, Sene:a 1, Great Falls 3;|, and arrive at George town at 7 p m. Passage through either way ?2. Mea!s s?rved regularly on board the boat at mod erate prices. CHARLES MERRILL, Capt. je 25?dtf WASHINGTON BRANCH RAILROAD. (CHANGE OF IlOl'RS?Oo and after Mon J dav. the 23d Instant, the Traius will Leave Washington at 6 and a. hi , and 3 and \% p m. On Sunday at 4^ p. m. Leave Baltimore at and 9Jf a. m , and 3 and 5* p m. On Sunday at 1 if a m ail Sl-lr T H I'A RSONS. Agent TO ALL TEAT VALUE TH'r IP. SIGHT. WISH lis to c.iil the attention to ail that suffer with defective sight, caused by a-?e, sick ness and particularly from glasses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eve. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer; and the practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disease dT the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J T. acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of tno?e that have not yet availed them selves of his aid Persons that < ainot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, ami stating how many inches they can r?*ad this print with tlwir specta cles, can be supplied with such that will improve their siiint. Innumerable testimonials to be seen ; and iefer '?nces given to many who have derived the greatest ?? ise arid comfort from hi> glasses. Circulars to l>e had gratis, at his otflce, No 512 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hail, up stairs. Norfolk, September7, 1-51. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to hav?- improved my sight more than any other 1 have lately trhd. LIT 1*. \7. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and tind ''leinof <rreaf assistance to mv sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. 1 recommend him us a skillful optl 'lan. HENRY A WISE. Mr. J . Tobia? : Sir?The pairof Spec tacles you furnished me yesterdi;;. are particularly satisfac tory to me. Tney arc v-:y decidedly the best I no-sess, and I am the owner of eight or nine pair. i arefullv select d v. different placw- and from op tic i? r.s recomnie :ded to me un account of their profeeslonal stanrlng in England, France and tbv ('lilted States. 1 have i>?'en a'o pieased with your remaiks and directions on the treatment of :heeyt3, fi r thepurposeorpiei rvinv;a:idImprov ing the sight. Respectfully, yours, CHAS CALDWELL, Professor of M. C ., Louisville. Ky. Lynchbpro, Nov. 10, 1651. Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Glasses, by which 1 have biea grefctly aid?d (my vision having suffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier life) it affords ice the highest pleasuie to say that I < onsider him a skillful prac tkal optician, and well prepared to aid :hose who may i,v.< ,1 his professional serv cs. W.M. B. ROUZIE, Elder c.f .\i< faodlst Conference. Wilmington, N. O., Jan. 27, ];51. Mr. J. Tobias : Dear Sir?I an. h ippy to say ihat 'fie Spc tai k. which i obtained fro::; yculd.il '?Ttek are en ireiy satisfactory. From a.n inequal ity in the vi oiai range of my eyes, 1 have herei ? fnre found j'reat dilficulty in getting glasses of the projier focal distance. It ailforos n.c pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this difl culty has been happily obviated so that theglassea you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted io iry eyes of any 1 have ever y'et used. Very res pcctf ally, yonrs, R B DRANK, Rector of St. James' Parish. Department oT Interior, May 7, 1.-4*5. From natural defects a id the r acq nil range of ray eyes. 1 have been compiled to u?e vji.uves for >cvcrat y -.n 1 have uie I different opticians '.rlfbo'jt obiainlng glas-es perfectly 1?:; a to my eyes. Four months since .-lr. Icolns irjide two palis er.:ieciolly for inc. which 1 hava i jurd to s-eive .nc perfectly. By the use of Ms optometer 1 "i Is enabled to alapt Glasses minutely to the ey?. I moat che; rfutly recommend Air. Tobla* to a'i fcavir ; occasion to useglas^cs, md l * ar my tccti isony as to his sk.il as an op*'clan. HENRY L BALDWIN, Assist, bec'y to sign Lard Warranta. )y is-tt BP.. L. 15. WRIOHT'S VITFAILITT^ "SCEOFUIOTJS ANTIDOTE," Ftr t',t Pftrrntur.- ( ur> of CO X" UKaT!0 Tt c.r.d nil clhiT to)yr\ oj t" HO FULO 0 is' biSKAJF.S. I^H IS Mcdlclne Is pi.. utd by .->a eminent phy sician of eighteen ) ears prac tice in New y?i city, avirin^ v/hi h time he has v astautly used it with the mo? t unbounded succe ss, and created f >r it a r'-putation in private pract.ce, unequali-rd la the histo:/ of medicine. Itacis immediately upon the blood, cleaning it from a'l scr'>fuloiu hamor& or iii rur'.ties. renovating .u;d, by its magic pow trs, INVIGORATE THE WtfOLE SYSTEM, )n prcx^f of which, h undreds of respectable wit ne. ses from the doctor's private practice have giv en in (heir testimony, a id f .ntreatjthose sufi'ering from any scrofulous affection, to call i * or. them a* i satisfy tketnsjlvcs. A Treatise on Serof'alous Diseases caa be had fCrrMs at PitlNCIPAL DEPOT, Broadway, :ac. a: Drag Stores generally. CHARLES STOTT \ CO , Ag?:ntj for \v ashing'os DR. L. I>. V/HIOHT'S TASTELESS 44 LIQUID r;AriIAETIOtM 011, FA MIL Y r H YS !C. THIS is the BEST, CHEAPEST, and MOST EFFICIENT CATHARTIC EVER OF FERED TO THE PUBLIC. it is TASTELESS, (thereby avoiding the nau seating effect of Pills. Oil, Serina, Ac.,) and pro ducing no griping or other painful effects. Unlike all other purgatives, it searches to the bottom of the db ;se. thoroughly cleans the stomach, and ii ave-, the bowe'.s enMrely fre<? from costiveness NO F AM If,'.' SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Children ?lrlnk t reid'iy and witiiout forciu" arid NO Ml L'lClNE MORE IliuHi.Y Ril COMMfc\l)Ei> by .he Al EplCAL FACULTY. Give it a tr:a'. aad taen juuge for yourvelves. II c.oi be hud a h< '? -ale .;ud r?-Lai; at K. H. ST A 151,I K A Cl?.'S. Ualtimorc, or CllAS. STO'fT k CO., Washington, D C. DR. WRH.Il 1"S PRINCIPAL DEPOT, 400 Broadway, where the doctor can l>e consulted daily on diseases generally, fiom 52 to 2 p. m., without charge. je 13?Cm NOTICE TO IHK CREDITORS OF HALL & BROTHER. BARUCH HALL, surviving partner of Isaac Hall, having on the ->th day of Februarv. 1655, assigned to the undersigned all the stock in trade and d-'bts of the linn of Hall & Brother, to l.-e applied to tue full satisfaction of certain debts liabilities, and engagements of said firm of Hall Brother, and the surplus to pay and distribute rateabU- among s.'ch of the remaining cred itors of said linn as shall within six months from said 5?th day of February, lv.55, execute and de liver to said Baruch Hall full arid absolute re leases of all indebtedness to them respectively by ??id Baruch Hall, surviving partner as aforesaid. Notice is therefore herebv given to such credi tors of said firm of Ha^ A Brother, or said Baruch Hall, surviving partiv *, as may desire to partici pate in the benefit of said assignment to execute and deliver to said Baru h Hall full and absolute releases as afores.id. within the period of bIx months from saiil 'i:th dav of February, 1^55. RICHARD \\ ALLACH, Trustee, je 11?eotAug2wth LAND WARRANTS LOCATED. THE subscribers will locate Land Warrants either in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois or Iowa and and give a correct description of the land located If, upon examination, this description proves in conect, they will themselves take the land, iflvlinr for It another warrant for the same quantity One of the firm resides in the West, and will give the business his personal superintendance. MILLER A BROWN, 7th st., opposite Post Office, Washington. JV 13?eo3m B LANK BOOKS of all kinds and sUes for tale at unusually low prices. Jy ? FRANCK TAYLOK. 11 Medical. INHALATION VOI TBI coil OF ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION. NEW AND VERY WONDERFUL ! ! BTYOFJAXA rfroagbt heme to the doer of the BHllieaT A WONDERFUL discover hw recently b^n made by Dr. Curtis. of this city. In the treat ment of Consumption, Asthma, and all dis*s*es oftheLung* WerefertoDr Ct RTIS'S H V GKANA, or INHALING HYGEAN VAPOR AND CHERRY SYRUP. With this new me thod, Dr. C. has restored many affiUted one* to health, as an evidence of which he has Innumera ble certificates. Hp,-aklng of the treatment, a phy sician remarks, ??lt U evilent that i"halin>f?con stantly breathing an agreeable, healing vapor?the m**dicinal properties mu?t come in direct contact with the whole *rial cavities of the lungs, and thus escape the man y aiul varied changes produced upon them when introducdintothe stomach, and subject to the process cf digestion " The Hyge ana is for sale at all the Dr.agists throughout the country.?N. Y. Dutchman Jan. 14. The Inhaler Is \rorc on the brrast n^.dor the l!n ?n, withont the le??t Incenvenieuce- the heat of the Iwfy bring s<ifflcl??!.t to ewporate the fiu!d ' 1 undress of esses of cirea, like the fcilowlrg might be named. One package of tbe H^onns has curt'd me of the Asthma of * lx years sundiag J. F. KEEsBERR Y, P. M of Duncanncn, Pn. 1 an> cured of the Asthma of ten years' staadLar by Dr Curtls's Hvgeana. MARGARET EASTON, Brooklyn, N. Y. MRS. PAU Li, cf No. 5 Hammond street, N. Y., was cured of a j?tvtrt* case cf SronchiUs by the Hygeana. My sister has been cured of a distressing coc^h of several years' standing, tnd decided to be Ir- i curable by tbe physicians. She was cori'd in enc month by the Hyjreana. J 11. GACDERT, P. M Richmond, Me. The Rev. Dr. CHEEVEH of New York. U tl- | Acs of our medicine i;i tbe following language: Nrw York, Nov 15, l-.M Dear Sir: I think highly of |)r Curtis'* Hyge aria as a remedy in diseases of the throat and lungs ' Having had some opportunity to testify its eta. cy, 1 am convinced that it is a most excellent ren.- I edy, both the Syrup and the inhaling application to the chest. rr , Prof S CENTER wTlies us as follow*: Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hvgean Vapor. in a of chronic sore throat, that had refused to yi* id fc other forms of treatment, and th?? result has sal lied me that, whatever may be ihe compoKition of your preparation, it i* no i<iipos!lka,bat an excei lent remedy I wish. for tue s; vytf tite alKie?. d that it in:gut be brotigut with It ; jt f*ve'a of all. DR JOHNS, one of the trot! ;? ?tsed Physi cians in New \ ork writes hs f Dr. Ccrt!*?Dear Sir?Havlujf wltnoxed th? excellent effects of your 11 ygeana or Inhaling Hy g'v.n Vapor and ??'berry Syrup, incase of Chronic bronchitis, and Jw ing much ir. fcver of counter ir ritation in Elections of the throat. Bronchial tut* ?iku lun^s. I cau theref* ?e cLrerruflv rerornrnenti your .Medic ate.l Aparatus as beinij the most con venient and effectual mode cf applying anything "f the kind I have -vrt see-j. Nt d-sibt thousands ofper-nns ik.iv 1m* relieved, a d many t ired, by tiding your medicines. I must here !*? allowed to <~oi.f.-*K that 1 am on posed to procribng or using s?e?;ret compounds, but this little neatly contrived article, ar d i?s ef fects in the case above alluded to. have i:.duc*u me to speak in its favor. \ ou are at liberty to use this in any way vou may think proper. Respei -fully, yours. Ac., c. Johns, m. d . No. 60U Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package. Sold bv CURTIS i IV.KKlNS and BOYD A ! I ALL, 11ft Chambers st . N. Y. Four pa, kage> free to a:.} pirt cf the Unl- ' ted States for u n dollars. N. H ?Dr. Curt's's HypeanalstheORIGINAI '? and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all other. ' y? base bwtatloi a, ot "? llo and inji.rious counter- : feits. Shun thein as you would POISON For sale in W ashington by CHAS STOTT Pa avenue, n^ar :th street, aud J. 1J. MOORE 1 tothe First Ward. may ??Cm ' ( CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD! ' not a pahtjcle or mi:tcck? it. A^t I:?FALLIHl E REMi'lA* f>r Scrofula. Kind's Evil, Rheumatism Ol st,.na,?> Cutane one Einptlw'. Plmnleeor Itmi ea face. Blot'h<?s Ifo: .. Chronr >ore Eyes Ri.-g Yv'orm or Tett? r S?:;?.d Head. E?ila'gemert and l':-in of the Bo ies a id Joints, Stubborn Ulcer*, Sy philitic D"-;'id?Ts, Lumbago, S, !n^l Com- ! Plaints, and all the d;^ a.-ves arising from n:i iu judii ious use of Mer< iry, linprudetice la Li'c or Impurity of the Blood, rpHIS VALUABLE MEDICINE, xrhkh ha.- ! x brome celebmt?-d ' r tL- number of lUraor- ; dinarv* cure?. < ffe^tctl thrr>-?^h :is agency, has In- ! fl :ced the proprietors, at the ir^en! reoue??t ofthe'r 1 :cnds. to offer it t ? th?? publif, wbVli Ihev d"> <' Y";th tfce utmost conJid?-i.-? (?? i?;-. * r.rd \von I rcriul curative properties. The *?> jwinzcertifl ' crtes, selected from a I irg*? numVcr a:-. h^'%ve"f. ',t.xnger testimony ? j .n ihe mer:? vert! of the pro- ' wdaieallftommatiemee rv^ii t tool . ?n .heir localiiiw, unci <? f ?(? tmjc'; ?bl1! - * tr. many of thuu resi ling in the city of Rich iiioad, Va. F. BOYDEN. Esq . cf tho Fvc^mr*'? 1? t ! ?i bmond. known everywhere, says be bar .be Medict..e called CARTF.a'e fcr\Ti;^H Mis- I ?cke, administered in over a hundrM c^ses in : nearly ail the diseases for which It U recoinmeid i er, with Ihe most astonishinglv good rc*ult-. He ? cays it is the most cxtracrdl a;, medk 'nc ie h-? 1 c*tr r-een. | AGUE A YD FFVEK?UFEAT CVRE-\ ? l creby certify that for thn . rs I I ad A ? ;e a-d r ever or the most ? ' i ? c? erlpHon I had m. \ oral Physicians, took lar;re qu: ''i1.'- of < . lerr.ury. and I believe aLl t^.e 'iVni- ^ adve.-t; * but all without pcrmpne'it r _;;ef. At la ;' I ?r A Carter's Spanish Mialure, tv/o i f wh lx et?'ectua"y ciifi-l :ue, ; :id 1 am harpy to i r 1 have h.:?l neitht r chillu or fevers ?-tw. It ??- ? k!An it the l>e*t Tonic 'n this weld, an I the o iy f medicine that ever reached my case. i n JOHN LONG DEN. Biavrs Ditch, near Richmond, Vr-. c u LUCK. Esq , now fn the city of Rich- i tnond. and for ina'iy years in the Post Offir- ha^ ' such confidence in the astoai-shin;- itCcaiyof Car- i ter ri Spanish Mixture, that he ha- bo'n-bt rp- ? wards of .ih bo'tles, wi i< h he h^.s given i.way tc ' the ?-.tttlcted. Mr. Luck : ays .... has never known ? it to fall when taken accor.iin, to d'r.-cJions. D- MINGE a prae'>!nr; Pb^ic an. and for merly of the City Hotel, in :u-' city of Rich?no:,^ ^*S,V7.U1' s'~ Ul 41 fur-Vr of .mttancrs ' the etftets of Carter's t-r a' h Misfire, which i v>erc most truiy ? ;.p:i He says in a case of '?a- imp. on, dei"". 1. at on the Liver, the good ' effects were wonderful indeed SAMUEL M DRINKER, of the Arm f>f Dr'n- ! aer A. Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver ! complaint of three years standing, by the use ol two oottles of Carter's Sjmnish Mixture. GREAT CURE O F St'K 1 FL'LA ?The Edi tors of the Richmond Republican had a servant employed in their press room, cured of violent Scrofula combined with Rheumatism, which en ftrc y disabled him frnui work Two bottles of , Carter s Spanish Mixture made a i>? rftx-t cure Qf , him. aud tue I-.dit-irs, J ! a pul-Iic notire ?av tl ???* 1 "cheerfidlv recommend it to all who are afiic'^ i 1 with any disoe ie of thv blood *? STILL ANOTHER CL'liE O FSC RO fCLA I had. a veryr valuable boy ci:re<l of Scrofula l>v < srter s Spanish Mixture. 1 consider it trt<lv a valuable medicine. JAMES M TAYLOR Con ducwron Ihe K. r. t K K Co , K.cL^d, SALT RHF.VM OF TWENTY YEA IIS" STAND INU CURED ?Mr JOHN THO \I !? 1,1 'hVit>'of Ki'-hmond. was cured bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of .alt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the physicians of the cit'v could not cure. ? Mr. Thompson is a well known most^emarkabte! Kk b?d'^ ^ ^ WM A. MATTHEWS, of Ri. tmond. had a ?/rr^'118'ln tbe WtK"1 1'>' Carter s Spanish Mixture. He says he cheerfully medicine U' ^ cousidtrs lt a v?"y Invaluable EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the rcve ^\,,e LiW tbe good effects of Carter's ??? Mixture lr. a number of Syphilitic ca^es, and says It Is a perfect cure for that horrible dh> G HARWOOD. of Richmond, cured of Hi?0"* and Ulcers, which disabled him from walking. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and w:?s enabled townk without a crutch In a short time permanently cured. Principal Depot* at.M WARD, CLOSE A Cti No. bb Maiden Lane. New York. SOM' ^ Second BEEKS' N? 125 ??"?> ???, And for saleby CHARLES STOTT ton, D C.; HENRY PEEL AlerVnliH Druggists everywhere ' ?"drli, and by ^?',r bolUe'?" M w ? ? warrinkr. !'o 330 fa ? wSSS. ?"wel"*' &ad every kind of reoairg Jy 17-.W Medical. PRIVATE MEDICAL TRKATrtI on tww . __ PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF If A KB. AO* IT __ _ fll. B. LA CROIX* W. ?m ALBANY, N. T., |F^2SOPa*n? and 13* Fine, Plain, asd Colored Lithographs and Plate*. Prlca ?>lr Twenty Tlva S?K Fr? 9f Postogt to aiJ frit *f tk* IWn pOUEAPEST BOOK EVER rFpM?H'''D Vy and containing nerrly double the qnar.tlt, c.f f< ad .ng matter In that of the FlVTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS*. It treats on the PEYSIOL ? 36V OF MARKlAtib, Mmi mm ?_ md the Secret Irarmltie* .9 jid Disorder of Yc.ith a?<lj^ .?? ? Maturity, resultlEfr from rz- x/T.v 4 ?esses, which destroy tfce _ - "?* - ? >hyricsl and roenhd pow ers, with Observations ci Msrtlage, Its daiios ard dlsflnaHfr *?:w, an<l ifcclr reir.fdics: with Lithographs, liiuatratln^ the \natomy and Physiology. end Dlseas* sof tu? R. - :woductfvc Organs of both rxe.:, the'* st;;Ktur?t :ses. e-.d functions A r?. ??* f >E0^ T . Ire Treatise on the Uttin and Ce^nKles of n 'lr end married df'1?happvrnd fruitful alL^nc**-, node of o^curinir them?lnfriicitous and !i.fertiU. in*-?their obvlitlon and reroov.J,?Important aiats to tbov contemplating matrimony, that will ?ivcreomc objection* to It; r.tr.e, hewever. *b<nil?* ake this Important stepv. itLcut first consulting Its :iages?commentaries on tl.e disease* and medio*I treatment of female* from 1u fancy to old age. each ? gir.phU ally lllu.stmu-d by beautiful lithogra phic plates?nervou? diblllty, lu cause*, and ? urv. hy a process at otxx* t"i sin.pic. safe, ar.d eff? tual bet fc'.lurc is impc dbV? ruies for daily manage, ir.t nt?an essay on Sp~ tn.-?iorrh?a. with nrarncal ob-^rvat'ons rn a *af? r ?nd tnor *ncre*sful r^ode ? f treatment?p*fdiit^Biry hints on the pt11? rc Mdtint' fr ?m enaplrl J praeMcc?an essay on all dis?-a*-es ari-in^ from indiscretion, w.th plain and imple rules by mh*<h all persons can < ure then -el\U< without ?n?it ury?r? iuedie? for those self Itifl:. ted mliHfies and dlsapjoinbd i.<>res so ?n fortunately prevalent in the voting It i* a trntb ful adviser to the msrried ?">d those contemplating marriage. lt> p?-n? al 1< partlentorlf recommend ? d to f>erson* entertainmif s?-cret dotibUcif iheir :>hvsual condition. ?:id who are cons* i?u? of h;tv 'ng baiardetl the health, happiness, and privlle^t* to which every b' nut^ l>? :nj? i* e:,fitlr-d P-ict TWKN TV-FIVE CI ATS j?r copy. ?? Kivr Conies for On? D?'l!.?r M*"?d free of |K?st yig" to all parts of the l"n '-d |{ ? Th'me wun pr> fer mav consult l)r LA CROIX npon anv of the di^eas*"' i|?>n whi< h this <KH?k treat*, either |<erson? iv or by ina 1 M?sli cin.- sent to an\" |>art of the I nioD hi oordiui; tod. riions +:if ly j aw k? d at;d can-fully se< ;ir?-d fruin ill observation Addre?* l)r M B LA CROIX. No 31 Maiden Lane, or Post Oltt** Iloi 5TH. Albitnv N \ j;7? <?th? e .>f?en daily from 9 a in to V p. m , an 1 on Sunday from ?? tint . j p n rj-Offi' e R1 l\iOVI:u froiu No :A Btuver st. to >1aide? Luue. Alh:?ny, Y. dec 7?y DOCTOR II (Ml F L A N D ' * CEI.KIIRATKD GERMAN BITTERS, PRKPARF.I' BT Dr. C. M. J At Philadelphia, Pa., WILL KFPKCTrALLT CCRE i.iver coy plAii-; v. n ? i.pipsia, Jauntier, Ckn^ir or ,V?rr??? UU taxts ?/ th' i*'f nil Lin*mtet arittitz from a IhtordtTtd Lir?r or Stomtrk Such as Con?tlp3?1on. Inw.ird P ies. Fullness, or Blood tothf Ilead Acidity of the Stoma' h. Nau s<*a. Heartb-irn. Dls^i'^t for f<?/xl. Fnllaess.of \yei^ht in the Stomal h.So-ir Mr 'Stations. Siak Ine or Fluttering at the Pit of thrStmnarh, Swimming of the Head. ll irr:?Hi and Difficult l>r?-ath!n<;. Flutterinji ot t?ie H?.irt. Choking or S iQo?*atin^ S#*ri*a' ii?n* vi u?*:i in a Iyinur P??sturet Dimi."*ss of Vision, iiot* >?f \Vtw> 1^-fore the Si^'h?. Fever a-..i Dull I* !ti in tb? H?.?d. IW-tJ clencv of lVrspiration. V? .'?'WT s of the Skin and Eyes Pa:n in tfceSide. Park. Chest, Limits Ac , S'idden Flusbe* of Heat B iminy in the Fl- >h. ConstTnt Imaginings of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits. r?tHK PROPRIETOR. In calling the attention I of the public totuis preparation. d<?*> so witU a feeling of the iit:l;ost ?ontd-nce in its virt-i?-s ?nd adaptation c-f It to ;Le d;s?-ase> for which it is recommended. it is no new and untried article. b'i* or? that hm st.->od the fe*t of a ten yrv?r*' trial Is fcre the Anier ir-an people. ai:d its rep-.:*fftion aud s.-.lf i.-. wnri '.-Hiiea by ar.y similar pr? ;'ara*'.o ^ c* :tnt. The t?'- ti:nosiy in its favcr glv.-n by th*? i*iost proinl :.e;it a*id welLknown Physl' '.a.i;s atid it.di vduals, i:i ell parts of the oo'intrv" !s immers" Th** f??l l??wi?i.' from North Can I'm is n-sjw tfullv sub luitiea. referring any w'jo may still d<M?bt. to the ??Men -rabilia.' ??r Practical R?*l|'t Book, for Farm"- &:id Famili? t. to >?e had gratis cf ail tLv * fc" r t',r *he Uerniati l?itter ., 1'rinf ipal t idee m:d Manufactory, 1-9 ARCH Prinr ipal Uttice u:d Man-.tfacl STREET, PH1LA9FLPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. C$r:ijlc*ii of Df XT omilfc,*/ r<nr Hi.'., Rir4 ?irtv? Ccxn't- ft. C. Fike ill? L, Mafh I. >54. Dn. C. M. Jack*ch, PhiLid?,!.pbia?Dear Sir : 1 l>a.-e been a aubjcct cI Dysp- ;?j-ia. in Its wor d ' ra;, f* the last live yesr > ich wf n.y cond - t "n for twelve m"n'hs tbs" the r-hvsician* and ill vbo sr,w me said t mus; <* le. \V'hiie in thl- con i .tion i was ' arrled tott** A'nteri::*- places in Vir i * :?ia, 'i'enr.'. ?;? v. c.id T?orth Cuioiin*. hut wai rat oeC'.Iitt'.iL hv c:.y w<*.tei to which I was taken. White on my way Lorn* 1 st?p| *d a we* k a? R uth '?rf iV.tcn. a sniall In North CaroMt.a. to t.y the rt'Ct of ? < ite Chalyheite water in that r'.ace. About the la-d of the v.oek I went into a drujr store to get some :ned'clnc for mv child and myself. There we?e :-eTwal <<f the village ph\ M riat.i In the storo, ai d one of them sc m? d to take s-Mne Interest in my i^*'. and aTl 'r a-k:ng in* i >n( questions, said b had be, n a dy-r' j "'' and l ad i)?*cis {"reatly !?? t!:" es ?>[ ii*lOF L\" P S OF.RVAN HI TTFRS, pi-pured by yau. and he insisted tLai I would tr > th? Bitters, .iesljocalled the n^i! d.n at try r?.- :s and In ? .1 mi muc h ti;a. I uuild tiy t' \.t th ' I a:-ked hi..~; to yet me cute b?'*tle. !' ?'i1 It. ar,-l I com. ?a-ii' :l taking it as directed a::d I wt n.orc ben ? "t' d Vy it than rll ihe waltr and medicine I I. ?.d ev -r taken. After reaching hone one cf niy n? igh?i^rs caoir to me for a pn-scripiion and UKdleine. (heid*'s jx-ptic.) and I gave him nearly nil the Bitter- I hail left, which effected mu< h'g.ss! in Lu ra? I!ehasof?? n c^Ued on mr f ?r n.ore f the same kind of nvAlefne, asying be wa I -n^fltu-d by I: than any other he had taken, but I l ive not Vt ii ai?le to ge: any more f^r ' ni cr mvnetf since ; na ill you, therefore, r'.?*as?c ? Jp me a d' i?n or a otc a^ soon as possib.f. Respectfully, youra, W. ?M!T1. D R HOOkKR, Rogtr'r Strr-, V. ?.*c Co , N. C., t.>ctober 21, l-51i. s?avs: 4 llavtug exret'eneed -er. ?mtben? Atf <>?n the It* ? of HOOF LAND'S UERMAN HIT'fERS in Chronic Dysrutery and fuoctioiial deran^m?n* ??f the l.'v,-r. end its coaoomlUist t-vils. i am d?^ ;rt?u? ci ohta' ? 'ag a ^ i-ntlty of it f^r the beiKit of my <ommas.:y. \oa will, thv.cfore, pituseatada lctj A *'., Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hvntsvillb, Yadkin C?.. N C ) November lvt. I| Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir : Allow me toe?? pr? to you my sincere tiianks for v?> .?? div i-ve-y i f a medicine which, to - *y th? le-?-: <-.f it. has ef h> ^ed a cure that all other medicim - that I Lave taken, have entirely failedMdo. HLOFLAND'S AN BiTTf'R S hav-* cured i? e . f: L" most stubborn and ;i' rava'od ? s. <>f i t ; ? k- that, perhaps, ever fell t:? the lot c f rn in My .'ase is :? >t a stranger in this community, I am well know n In tuis and the surrounding oounties, and '?an truly say that n.y recov, rv l a> a.-.to^nded all tny fri, uds and relations, as I had tri?d everything :>'oinmend'-d. and nothing did rue any ;?< od un t.l 1 whs prevailed upon to tr; the Bitters You are at liberty tj make a;.y use of this con.munlca tlon for the ceaellt of the alLicted, you may thick prostr. Vruly, yours, WM. J. ATWOOD. These bitters are tntirelf r*fet.thl', th*y Invig orate and strengthen the s *ster?if never prostrate It, and can be u&td for infants as well as adults. For sale bv respectable dealt rs even-where, and by '/ D. GlLMAN, Washington; i. L KI!> ^ ELL, Georgetown, and J. it. PlEltPONT, Alexandria. mar 1 ly REESE'S EAGLE PLI>1 BlNG AND GAS FITTING DLPOT. r|^HE subscriber respectfully announces to his A friends and the puullc In general that he has fceived the lirst lot of th*> celebrated DODGE*** DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PL'MP, which received the S1LVFR MEDAL at the late Fair of the Metro<?ol ta:i Mer hanu s' Insti t :te, and is now prepared to furnish all who ctav favor him wl*!. n call Fir Htc*'l oX GAS FIX'l L'RMS sie i:nstirra??cd in the District. W ith Lis corps of t otnpotent v. ,?rk m? n he prides himself lo till any ord>-rs in t;.t PLUMBING AND G AS-FIT 11 NG Luc wiU, pi?impUiv? a*:d despatch. l?>" All work done warranted to give co.i.i let? satisfaction. JOHN RlltSE, may 1?tf corner .:;h st and Pa nvontie It ITU Kb TO THE PEOPLE on Health -4 and Happiuess, by Cath**rlut E Be*, her In pat**r T%, cloth 5Uc. 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