Newspaper of Evening Star, September 6, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 6, 1855 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. . . . - ? ... i ???_.' m ?-rrrrr POP, GOES THE QUESTION. List *o me, sweet maiden, pray, Pop. goes the question, Will jou many me, yea or nay ? Pop, goe* the quertion I've no time to plead and sigh. No putfence to wait for by and by, Snsre me now, I'm sure to fly, Fop, goes the question "Ask papa," oh. fiddle de dee ! Pop, goes the question, Fathers and lovers can never agree, Pop, goes the question. lie can't tell what I want to know, Whether you love me, sweet, or no, To ask him would be very slow, Pop, goes ihe question. I think we'd make such a charming pair, Pop, goes the question, For I'm good loosing ana you're very fair, Pop. ewj the question. We'll travel lift s road In a gallant style, And \ou shall dri^p every other mile, Or, if it plea?e you, all the while, P?>p, goes the quettioa. If we don't have an enchanting time, 1'op, goes the qaestion, I'm sure it will be no fault of mine, Pop, goes the question. To be sore mv fuuds make a feeble show, Hut love is nourishing food, you know, And otUge rant uncommonly lew, Pop, goes the question. Tlien nnswer me quickly, darling, pray, Pop, goes the question, Will you marry me, yea or nay ? Pop, goes the question. I've no time to plead and sigh, No patience to wait for by end by, Snare me now, or I'm sure to II?, Pop, goes the question. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. F*0* THI rXITID STATES. Nttwm. , Ltaws For Da jr Hermann New York..Southampton.Sep. 6 Canada .Boston Liverpool Sep. 12 Aarago New York..Havre Sep. 22 FKOX Kt'RopE Ariel Havre .N w York....Sep. 1 Africa Liverpool. ..Boston Sep. 1 Washington.. Southam'n. New York....Sep. 12 [[T* The California steamers leave New York on Lue 5ih and 20th of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. WlllarJt' Hotel?h a. A J. e. williu, / Ellis, Ala W Penerston, Pa W J scobs. Pa B Addison A lady, do W Nicholas, Vt W Douglas A lady, O P Jones A lady, Ky S Sallvan A fa'y, Mich J Charles A lady, La J Linton A 1 dy, DC Miss Mitchell, do A Johnson, Ma H Underwood A I'y, N Y J Wilcox A fam'y. Mass E Corming, do H Harriagton A lady, B Maddox, Pa Conn Mrs MadJcnc. do J Mallory, Va Miss C Miner, do B Miller, N Y S Jones, Va II Hicks, Va Miss a Jones, do L Ramsom. Mass Dr Moseiy, do iss A Kansoin, do B Daniels. Md S Lapln, SC W Beverly. Va B Praetor, Ky S Bannon, SC P Shelman, Ala Miss Bani.'oa, do J Jt H Coleman, Oa W Duncan,!.a A Cohen. Cal S Hutcheo, do R Bromley ?c lady, NY C Davenport, Pa H Sutton, La J Bai'ey, N\ W Morrisson. Pa R Oyden, Pa P flernev- Md A During & lady, Va G Rudolph, Pa W Heslty A lady, Ma?* SSardford, NY H Russel A lady, Conn W Gorman, Va J IlaLCOt k Me J Roberts A fam'y, NY Brewnt' Hetel?t t. A sc. csowh F Heiskell 4 ladv. Pa J Baldwin, Va W Read, Md Wm tlcoper, NY H Howson, Pi S Gibson, do R Sullivan, SC A Gibson, do W Chipman, Mass A Duncan, Ga W Hicki k. NY W Mclean A lady, NC W Burke. Va Miss Wilson, do ' J Brown A lady, Ky R Rirhardson, Va D Sandford. O G Hillary A lady, Mo L Lt craft. NC Mrs Belt, do F Dodge, DC Miss Gwin, do B Daniels, Me C Keech, do W Thorr.tou, Pa S Hambleton, do J Seal A lady, DC A Hansen, do JSti-h, Mo Dr Smith, do D Saunders. Ala W Riley," Mo R Shepherd, Va V Southall, Va T Shepherd, do J Piper. Md D Henderson, Mo C Jett, Va J Brown. Minnesota G Tubman, Mo ' J Gardiner, SC B Bird & son, do H Langdon Ac lady, O 'JTZ klrkVMd lions*?j. h. A a. iiikwooi. W Rodgers k lady, NY J Libby, do J Smith A sons, Mo J Wilson, NY M Denny, Mass W Ccad, Md D Sandford, O G Cembs ?St piece, do] T Floumov. Ark W Owen, Cal R Berry, Ttna Mr Herbert. Va M rs J ones. NY Mr Thomas, do K Knel'er, Md J Stowe, Conn J Miehl, Va E Cash, NY W Blake), do C Worthington, Md C Boones, O \y Jonts, Mass A Woodle Ky B Heath, do VV Willman, do D McCann, SC A Brown, NY K Lilley, NC C Louis St lady, Mass C Stearns, NY United State* Hetel?a. c. hacixit. B Beeson. Va J Boyd. Va R Long, Texas W Vansant, do R Shr.vv, M ass W Scott, do J Jordan. () A Pearson A fam'y. O H Van Antrlen, Mo J L Shefl\ Md E Drich, NATIONAL MEDICAL COLLEGE, WASHIN9T0I*, D. C. TH E thirty-fourth annual course of Lectures will commence on MONDAY, the fcid of October, 1S55, and end on the 1st March, I Sort. VACWLTT. lux AS MiLLKtt, M. D., Professor cf Anatomy end Physiology. Wm P. Joh.vston, M. D., Professor of Obstet rics, aud Diseases cf women and children. JotncA Rilkt, M. D., Professor of Materia Med lea. Therapeutics and Hygiene J*o. Frbd. May. M. D., Professor of the princl pies ar.d practice of snnjery. bii ?ton, M. D.j Professor cf Pathology and practice cr medicine, and of clinical med icine. Law is U. Stsimsr, N. D., Professor of Chemls try aud Pharmacy. Kdwa*d M Scott, M. D., Prcsector and De monstrator. THOMAS MILLER, M D., Dsa* Like most similar Institutions In Europe, the desks from which the regular lectures are given, and the words for clinical Instruction are under the s-ame roof, The entire expense for full course lectures..890 03 Practical Anatomy by the Demonstrator.... lit GO Matriculating fca, payable only once 5 00 Craduatlng expenses. 25 00 Admission to the iutdical aud suigical clinic with out charge. The lectures will be given in the afternoon and eveulug, thereby enabling those engaged in busi ness during the morning nours to attend. For further information address THOMAS MILLER, M. D., Dean of the Faculty. N. B.?Medical 3tudents desiring situations as resident student in the Washington Infirmary, r whi-h is the clinical department of the National Medical College.) are requested to make applica tion by letter to Joshua Ri'ey, M. D., Curator of the Washington Infirmary, who will give any In formation that may he desired It is unnecessary to state the great advantages of a residence in a hospital for rlInical Instruction. Those making early application will have prece dent.* JJU axe to be chosen before the 1st cf Oc U/ba Jy 'J?eotftovl OfyiCK OF the Comha^dim<? Officfr, ) Washington Arsenal. August 20, 1855. J ^LAI.J.D PROPOSALS will be received at this O odl e until October 20th next, meridian, for bftildlni.' an armory In Washington city,D. C.,on the public >quare iying Urtwten B street on the sooth, Canal on the north. Seventh street on the we?t, and Sixth street on the east, an appro prletlou of #;i0,0uj having beeumadeby Congress lor ihe same Master builders dealrlug to propoM? for this building will please <:a11 at thU otfive to examine the drawings, spei Ificatloas, iatd bill of work, .ind rec?-lve uny additloual explanation In order to make up their propo?als, which they will be en abled to do conveniently and at leisure at this of lice. No pron<?sals will be received but from an ex perienced aud approved master builder, as the work has to be done In a superior manner j hence persons at a distance, unknown to the under signed, will be expected to present satisfactory reference before the bid be accepted. All proposals imist be made according te the items of the bill work, (which have been cal culated with precision,) if the proposer find the eame correct. An experienced superintendent is appointed, and will be always present on tne ground of build Jag, after the work commences, iu the absense of the rouiinanding oflicer, to see that the contract ia strictly compiled with Wll. II. BELL, Major Commanding Washington Arsenal. an 21?2awtltfoc I'M BR ELLAS, BASKETS. Engravings, Per ' fuinery, *c , at ELLIS'S, OW Penn avenue, pear loth at. au 21? Miscellaneous. sj ALE or UNITED STATES PROPER ' ty at the Navy Yard, Memphis ? On TUESDAY, the25th day of Septtmbcr next, it 10 o'clock a. m.. will be sold at public auction to the highest bkldei, for cuh, to be paid before the articles shall ke removed from the yard, the chat tela of the United States remaining at said yard, among which are the following: 102,550 hard red brick 3 drawing boards and 1J4) pressed do moveable frame 17 A. lineal dimension 1 parallel ruler?, Ac. stone 2 iron clamps l,W4 ft. lineal stone co- 8 shovels ping 1 saw set SGdfVilneal stone, for 1 cross cut saw belt course 2 broadaxes 140,000 feet (board mea- 5 steel squares sure) various timber 3 try squares to,US2 lbs. nails, (assort- 25 hammers (assorted) ed sizes) 2 drawing knives 350 lbs. wrought rails 17 gouge? ?7? lbs. new ffon(bars) 1 palntknife ? lii?* ?fclTeJLi 1 ?rat p ant* bit* * "J?* ^re 25 chisels 150 lbs iron do G nippers ,L?,Un<lp le* , 6 P?5? calliper, ' ?Jg bushels sand 2 hand vices i'i'y 18 ,n" 9d<?en Ale* (assorteJ) jfc?8 ft lineal, ridge tile 8 spring punches -2i0 ft lineal tin conduit 6 pair of pliers pipe for cisterns 4 pair compasses 6 boxes X tin 5 screw drivers ,' holts 6 plain punches M4 lbs band leather 2 cold chisels * }hs lace leather Irachetdrill 1 carP?n'er:? guage 2? h*rd ?oap 4 fore planes 5*2 bbla North Carolina 2 plough plants tar 3 sash planes 10 cart hubs 4 tonguelng planes * cart shafts 4 grooving planes 214 cart spokes 1 moulding plane lt? cart felloes 28 augers (assorted) 24 pile bands 3 large morticing chls 11 gals l:n*eed oil els 16^gals sperm oil 11 work benches 5 pis lard oil 6 gimlets ,-i?Lhi^07?C0K9 1 rathe chfcel 439 lbs Manilla rope, (4 1 sand screen ? 4 ?ets blacksmiths' tools 08 lbs mar ine 1 set tinner's tools 40 lbs seizing stuff (tar- 3 piling rams iaTf& . . 2 derricks 18 lbs seizing stuff (un- 5 laborers' picks .ot^!ed) ,. ?? 2 stone picks 42 lbs small Manilla cor- 3 sledges ,ftW . 4 spirit levels (condem'd ? i^8 '&.rrfd yarns 1 paint stone ii<\ Manilla >arns 8 wheelbarrows 119 tons Pittsburg stone 31 blocks (assorted size) ..n? v , v 1 ?et wine measures 140 bushels charcoal 4 small scales A weights ? quires emory paper 5 platform scales and 1 cylinders ar.d caps for weights cistern necks, (cast 14 oilcans (various sizes) < i . i . 14 curry combs (6 new) ter hook? ? Mtting fids !? f ,a, 4S lire bucket? n _ m63 , , 2 hand hatchets writing desks 2 grindstones * s^retaiies 3 hoisting c ranes 3 office stools 1 kedge anchor 4 cabinets 1 ?rapnei i ??? v . dozen dust brushes l set shovel, tongs and 6globelamps poker 1 four-horse wajitn 5 washstands 8 carts llooklng glass 2 drays 38^ yds carpeting 2 water carts 4 pl.chers 1 straw cutter I water Jar 2 pair timber wheels 1 iron safe 1 pitchfork .1 . 111' bureau 8 norse brushes 2 chesU of drawers 1 plough and double tree 1 bcokcase 1 pair double stretchers . 1 pair single do 10 inkstands b cards Saluting Battery, of?15 thirty-two-poauder carronades. with their equipment* complete au 25?2aw2w E. LIJTDSL E V, VMALBR IJ? HE At ESTATE AI?D LAND WAERAHTS, SAINT PAUL, AUN. TE RK1TOKY. Lands bought and sold through out the TERRITORY Tra ptid. cashed, and the hi-hebt Prices given for Land \\ arrants. Lands located with much care, and ii desired, the profits and losses shared equally at ?f ?"* >'ea" TLe L?">d at that ?im ?to be sold, unless otherwise agreed upon, and one half of the current value yt the Warrant at the expense of locating to be deducted from the Mib,eribers' Interest. Tc persons wishing to locate Warrants entirely on their own account, the charge will be, for fortv aero* 315; eighty acres, *2u; one hundred and sixty acres, S2o: and will recrive with their title. I plat and desertptioa of the ;aiul. ? aKFEKBscrs: MutrtEsoxa?Gov. Willis a. Gorman; Ej-Gov Alex Ramsey; Hon. J T Rower, Sec. M. T : v2Sr3' ^ Van Elte??, Attorneys at Law; Messrs. A. orton A P^e, ^Vhc-lesale Druggists, i V Prestm, Esq., AUorney at n E<^ > Com. Merchant; Messrs. Deur, IS orris A Co; Messrs. McCleese * tsars. WASHisGTo^-non. W. W. Scaton ; Hon. J. A AS?' M?<vor: "on JudK* J Eryan; J. C. C. K-milton, Esq., Attorney at Law; Col. Win Hiokey; Col. J. ftll??y; Messrs. Taylor A Maurv; Messrs. Lewis, Johnson A Co, Bankers; U. C Grammar, Esq., President Patriotic Bank Jy 17?eo3m KEW FALL OOOD$! E are now receiving our ?rst FaU supplies or ^ -.? ,,ao^y ?nd st#P^^ry Goods, to M hlch we cordially invite purchasers to call and examine before maklag their selections. We came a few leading articles Rich figured and plain Mous.-K*lir.e de I^ins Co bery Cloths, line blk Alpacas " * ' Ginghams, English and American Calicos, supe rior Shirting Linens ar>d Coltons Sheeting Cottons and Linen.,, Table Diapers. Napkins, Towelings, Russia and Scotch Di apers, 1 lanneis of the best brands, fine and medium Blankets, Shawls ar d Scarfs Black and fancy colored Cloths, Caysimeres a'd Vestiags, all of the newest styles 5 We shall tontinneto sell off our entire stock of ffency Dress Silks at cost, for cash. 10 piece* superior black Dress Silks just opened, from cents to $1 50 per yard, which we know to be very cheap. } herued Ail articles warranted to prove as repre II rTTtrA VT1CE ? A11 persons having bills unsettled which were rendered the 1st Jufy, are most earnestly requested to eio-e them without further notice COLLEY A SKAKS^ ^ ,323 Sevent 8treet, above Pa. avenue, au oO?eo2w I.N'STKt't'TlON I SI OPERATIC, GLEE ASD IIALLAD W J E SCHEEL, Instructor in Vocal and Piano ? Music, would Inform his friends and the pub lie generally that he will commence giving a ourse of lessons in the above r.amed bionciVes. The classes will practice in CJuarteUs, Trios, Dl etts, Solos and Cnoiuses Private instructlou will be given to each pupil, as may be needed ladies and gentlemen who feel iuclined to Join said Class wih please 1< ave their names at his res ideure on 11th street, between F and G, and when a sufficient number shall have been obtained ar langemeiits as to time and placc will be made. Terms f 10 per series of 22 lessons. The exercises will be assisted by an able Piankt or an Orchestra if necessary. N B.?Early application is desired. auz8?eolm Proposals for baildlng a Light>h?ute on Joaes's Poiut, urur Alexandria, Va. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) Office Ligut-uovss Board, > Washington, Aug. 22, 1855. ) PROPOSALS will be received until 12 o'clock m . on the 22d at September next, when the bids will be opened, for furnishing the materials and building a light house on Jones' Point, Po tomac river, near Alexandria, by the 30th of No vember next. It wiU be a framed building resting on brick foundation, and of one and a-half-storv, with basement, naving a circular tower on top for the support of the lantern -the horizontal dimensions being 33 by 19 feet. Detailed drawings and specifications can be seen at this office, an at the office of the collector at Alexandria. Should any bid be accepted, a contract will be executed at once for the work No payment will be made until the whole work Is completed: and before it is reoelved it must be lnspec'ed an 1 approved by the agent of the gov ernment appointed to siiperinted the woik?aaid agent having power to reieot all materials and workmanship, not in aeqpraaiice with the terms of the contract. The right is reserved to rejec t any ?tnd all bids that may be deemed prejudicial to the public in terest. All bids should be italtd and addressed to the undersigned, mdornd "Proposals for Jones's Point Ltyht-house." _ED.\I D L. F. HARDCASTLE, au 2J?eolm Engineer Secretary. LAND WARRANTS LOCATED. THE subscribers will locate Land Warrants either ia Ohio, Indiana, Illinois or Iowa, and and give a correct description of the land locaL'd. If, upon examination, this description proves in correct, they will themselves take the land, giviug for it another warrant for the same quantity. One of the firm resides in the West, and will gl7e the business his personal superlritendance. MILLER A BROWN, 7th st., opposite Post Office, Washington. Jy lV-eo3m ^ NEW ML'SIC received weekly at 300 Pa. ave nue, near 10th st. J. p. ELLIS. ?U*1 Information for Travelers. ORANOE k ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. ORE AT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE! TWICE dally between WASHINGTON and tnr SOUTH, via ALKXANDRIA, GOR DON9VILLE and RICHMOND?no night line on Sunday. Ijeare Washington X before # o'clock a m Leave Alexandria Jf " 7 "am Leave VV ashington X " 7 " Pm Leave Alexandria X " 8 " pm PARKS BT WIGHT LIHI. From Washington and Alexandria, to Gor donsvlile 25 From Gordonsvtlie to Richmond . 51 25 Travelers will find the morning line the cheap est, most pleasant and expudltious route to the Greenbrier White Sulphur, Fauquier White Sul phur, Warm, Hot, Alum and Capon Springs, Warrenton, Chailott3vllle, "* A * Winchester, Harrisonburg, Cavf, Natural Bridge, Luray, dluburg, Ac. VASES BT MOBKINO 1.221 B S Fr< U Alexandria to Warrenton, ? - gi 00 ? ? G ordonsvtlle, - 3 50 ?i ?? Charlottesville, -4 6? M ?i Staunton, ? ? ? 00 ? ?? Strasburg, - - 3 SO " " Winchester, ? - 3 50 it ? Luray, - ? - * 25 ? ?? New Market, - 5 00 M *? Middleburg, - - 8 25 OMNIBUSES and BAGG AO E W AGONS will be at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to convey passengers and baggage to the Steamboat, for ALEXANDRIA, a distance of 6 miles, allow ing ample time for meals. H. W. VANDE6RIFT, jy 14 Gen. Snpt. BT BAILROAD LIxLECT TO THE WEST. Tiae between Washington nud Wheeling bui 17X hoars '. Running Tims between Washington and Cincinnati 27 hoars THKOUQH TICKETS AND BAGGAGE CHECKS TO BS HAD IN WASH INO TON. 1111E HALT (.HOKE ASD OHIO RAIL ROAD having greatly Improved Its Western connections, now oders the fullest Inducement* to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MOR E, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection betweervthe Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more lg always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 8 miles from Baltimore. This is the onlv change of care gton ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points be yond. The connecting Trains l?>ave Washington dally at 6 a m. and 4# p. m. On Sundays at the latter hour only. At WHEELING dir-tt connection Is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL ROAD, running from Beilalre, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesville. and Newark, to CO LUM Bl'S. These trains connect at Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chl? :igo. St Louis, etc. At COLUMBUS the C . O. Railroad trains con nect with the fast trains of the Little Miami Rail road to Xenla, Cincinnati. Louisville, etc. At XENIA (on Little Miami ltaiiroad) connection is formed wnh the irains through Dayton, to Indian ari lls. Teire Haute. Lafavette, Chicago, Hock Island, St. Louis, etc. JO" Passengers holding Through Tickets for Memphis. Virksburff, tfafh'X ? New OrUnns, etc . which are aiso sold at WT ash! ngton?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mail Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvlile, Cairo, and St. Louis are sold by this route. JO- For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Wheeling and Weilsville (forty miles* where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Is made. iM I Travelers are requested to notice that white this Is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks In Washington, it is also the shortest, most sr-eedv, and direct to nearly ail the leading points in the great We*t. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but <J5.? miles, being abovt 1U0 miles shorter than by any other route ! F \KE, BY THROUGH TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON 'To Wheeling, 39 50; Colum bus, st 13 06: Dayton, r-15 CO; Cincinnati, 918 00; Louisville, bv r^'lroed. flri 65, bv steamer from Cincinnati. U'ib Ct>; Indlan.'.poils, f 50; Cleve land. 912 5t>; Toledo, PlaSO; Detroit. Si5 20: Chicago, S'20 fi5 and #19 50: St. Louis, 50 and t25: Memphis,**; New Orlesns. 331; etc. fTAFOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, f iARTINSBURG, CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS,BEDFORD SPRINGS, PI EDMONT, OAK LA VD. and FA!KMOUNT, passengers iray lsave Washington a. u a. m. or 4)$ p. m. For the mi.;or way stations between Btl'.'irr.ore and W heeling, take 6 a. m. train from Washington. \zr For '.tains to r.nd from Baltimore, Anr-poHs, etc.. vcr,;>ecial advertisements. fr^-For further information. Through rickets, AC , apply to THOMAS H PARSONS, Agent, nl Washington Staticn. JOHN H. DONE, Msster of Transportation, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore. may 3? tf TIIL NEW YORK. AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES . 'FPfT* MAIL STEAMERS. riMlK SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK A are the ATLANTIC, CaptnLn West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC, Captain Comstock, ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton. 'these Lihl ps have been built by contract, express ly for Government service: every care has been t'.ken la their construction, as in tne engines, tc Insure fct/eagth and speed, and their accommoda tions fer passengers are unequalled for elegance and comfort. rates of ?a!sa(??. From New Vork to Liverpool, In flr?t cibla, C'iju Second cabin, ------ 7t Exclusive use of extra sire slate rooms. - 30?t From Liverpool to New York, - X30 and ?'20 An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. Fos freight or passa^s appl-/ to EDWARD 1C. COLLINS & CO., 5ti Wall street, New Yeii. BROWN, SHIPLEY ? CO., Liverpool. E. G. ROBERTS A CO., 13 Klnxr's Arms Yard, London. JOHN M UN ROE A CO., ?A Rt i NoUe Datne des VlctuLres, laris. GEORGE H. DRAtM'.R, Havre. Tte ov ..erg of theie sh'pe will not be accounta ble for g -id, sliver, tallica, specie, lewelry, pct c-icus stones, or metals unless bills of lading aro tinned thfcielor, and tlii; value thereof thcrem ex pressed. nov 16?ly WASHINGTON BRANCH KA1LKOAD. rfU* '' '? * rJ C IIANOE OF HOURS.?On and after Mon day, the 23d instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 6 and a. m., and 3 and Sunday at IX ?? m Leave Baltimore at 1X &3d VX a tn., and 5 hnd 5X P m. On Sur.da/ at lli a. m. ap23?lr T. H. PARSONS, Agent. THE POTOMAC RIVER STEAMBOAT COMPANY'S STEAM PR ALICE C. PRICE, CAPT. SAMUEL BAKER, WILL LEAVE WASHINGTON AT SIX o'clock a. m ,and ALEXAN- _ -JT* * DK1A at 7 o\ lock, a in ? On TUESDAY MORNINGS ?For Matiox, Currloman, L. Machodoc, Piney Point, Klnsale, 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. m., for St. Marys, Piney Point, Leonardtown, Wicomico, and Chapel Point. On SATURDAY, (returning)?Leave Cone at 4 o'clock, a. m., for Klnsale, Piney Point, L. Ma chodoc, Currioman, and Mattox. The A. C. Price will call at the usual landings on the river when signals are made. By order of the Board: JAMES lr. SMITH, Prealdent Alexandria, Ya., June 1,1&J5. Jel5?tf STEAMBOATS CONNECTING WITH EACH TRAIN OF CARS ARR1V lng in Washington oc Alexan dria.?The Steamers THOS. CO L* YER or GEORGE WAMIING I'ON w!T~ the abo ve connections, lea?in^ Washington at G a. m., for the Orange and Alexandria Cars, and con nect with the same train on tbelr arrival. K7" MEALS furnished on the boats. The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal timore. SAM'L GEDNEV, Captain. may 17?tf FOR MOUNT VERNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARE, round trip, SI; from Alexandria ^ 75 cents?The steanrw THOMAS COLLYER leaves Washln?rton at ?, and Alexan drla at t?X o'clock, Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at o'clock. Coach fare 10 coats. Per iods wishing the coaches will leave their residence With George A Thoman Parker. Refreshments on the boat.

Ml <18?tf SAM'L 0EDNEY, Captain. Information for Travelers. CANAL PACkCT LINK TO POINT OF TR?CK5. S?1^naiiPaCkrt.Ci>NGRK9J* h?*nK jn fcein* removed and horse poww > . town and the S&SE? "ip-biw^ o?^: The Boat will leave the wfcarf of W R AH G NFHi/aV^0in!?0pdir?"MONDAYS, WED NESDAY S and FRfDAYSat7 o'clock a m; and IVAY? 17? JTn ?Gf?nretown on TUES DAY S, THURSDAY 8 and SATURDAYS at the ho"r? *'?PP'nR at the different landings along f?r the 11141 landing of paskeiu;cr? and freight, going and returning * The Boat will leave Georgetown at 7 o'clock a m., and arrive at the he*d of the Great Falls at 11 Seneca at 1, Edward* Ferry 3U. Monocary .W Knowlan's Ferry ?, and Point oTKockx at 7 o'cl\ P m. Returning, leave Point at 7 a m., Know Ian siFerry al 7^ Moaocacy 8 Edward's Ferry 11, Seneca 1, Great Falls 3#, and arrive at George town at 7 p. m. Passage through either way *?. M eal* served regularly on board the boat at mod "JftCSg- c"a?LES MERRILL, Capt. ALEXANDRIA * WASHINGTON BOATS. 2.E?5GC WASHINGTON will leave at the foliowin" hours ,???? ^ Fare 12 k rents. TheTrfbMAS COLLYER, when not"IS.e'r ways engaged, will make trips on the route at al ternate hours. and?VC WasWnSton at ?? 8? ?*> 11*.*?, *, 5*, ^Laive Alexandria at 7, 0, 13*, 1*,3*, 1*, and ? ?:""Th*IB<*t wIU 1(*ve Alexandria at lk p. m ' ?J Immediately on the arrival of the rars jy '?d JOB CORSON Captal*. TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT. WISH KS to call the attention to all that suffer with defective sight, caused bv age, sick ness and particularly from glasses injudiciously 1? hi" ?"I^rior SPECTACLES ai.a , , , 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 eye. \ ery numerous are the ill effects caused to the uecious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer; and tne practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disea* of the eyes, and such glasses that are absolutely re quired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J. r. acknowledges the very liberal encounure ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that have not yet availed them selves of his aid. Peraonsthat cannot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, and stating how many Inches they can read this print with their specta eleS' can be supplied with such that will improve their sight r Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and iefer ences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and ccmfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his office. No. 513 Seventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. U1 _L o Noefoi.x, September 7, IS54. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit very well, and seem to have improved my sl^ht more than any other I have lately tried. LITT. \V. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from 1 *r- Pobias, and find them of creat assistance to irv sight, and corresponding wi:h his description of the locus. 1 recommend him as a skillful opti. cI*n , ? IIENRY A. WISE. Atr. J. ToBiag : Sir?The pairof Spectacles yen furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfac tory to me. Tney are very decidedly the best I possess, and I am the owner cf eight or nine pair, carefully selected in different places and from op ticians recommended to me on account of their professional standing in England, France and the L nited Slates. 1 have been also pleaded with your remarks and directions on the treatment of the eyes, for the purpose of preserving and improy* ing the sight. Respectfully, yours, CtfAS. CALDWELL, Professor of M C., Louisville, Ky. LVACHBUKO, Ng7. 10, 1854. .?Ir. John Tobias having furnished me with Glasses, by which i have been greatly aidr d (my vis,on having suffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier life) it aflords me the highest Emeasure to say that I consider him a skillful prac cal optician, and weJ prepared to aid those who may need his professional services. WM. B ROLZIE, Elder of Methodist Conference ? Wilmington. N. C., Jan. 27, 1PJL Mr. J. P)BH3: Dnr ?lr?I am happy to tLat the Spectacles -.vhich I obtained from you ia^i Wiek are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual range of my eyes, I have hereto fore found arcat dithouitv in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this dim calty aas been happily obvia'ed so that theglj^sec you furnished me aredecidedly the best adapted U say eves of ary I have ever yet used. Vcry respectfully, yours, R B.DRANE, Rector of bt. James' Parish. Department of Interior, May 7.1S5T?. i' ram cater 3! defects and the unequal r&ngc of Hy eyes, I have b-?n compelled to uae g!ranes for several years. I have tried different optician without obtaining glasses perfectly littea to mv eyes. Four monthi since Mr. Tobias male two pairs especially for me, which 1 hsve found to serve tne pcifrctiy. Cy ??: use cf his optometer he is enabled to aslapt Glasses minutelv to the e*e I most cheerfut'y recommend iMr. Tobias to ail having occasion to usogla;.??s. and hear my teai' Mon> as to his :;ki'l as mi optician. HfcHRY K BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Laiid Warnutli. Jy " 7VEW BOOKS AT TAYLOR & >1 AL'RY'S. i" Sydney Smith -^leaioira, 2 vols, Si I'he Hiaiory of Woman and her connexion with Religion, Cmli7a?io!i, and Domestic Maimers, from the earliest i>eriod, bv S W. Fullom, au tnor of the Marvel of Science, SI Panama in 1?55, by Robert Ton;es,00c. The Horse, by Wm. Youalt, new edition, with cbser vat ions on breeding cavalry hor-es, by Cecil, SI. Ballade?Romantic, Fantaslical and Humor ous?by W. H Aiusworth, 75c The Music Master a love story, by W. Ar liner ton, with 9 woodcuts, 75c My Brother s Wife, by Amelia B Edwards, ?JSC Leila, or the Siege of (Jraii^da, by Ldwaid B. Lytton, 25.^ Sniall Farms and Low they ojiiht to be ma.i aj^ed, 25c The Poerical Works of Mark Akcnsldeand J no Dyer, illustrated, SI The Industry of the United States, 2.ic r rank lliltcn, or the (.{utxa's Own, by James Grant, Sue. ' Just received at TA\ LOR A MAURY'S. au ** ^Bookstore, near Uth st. JOE HH1LL1NGTON bas just recalled Putnam's Magazine for September Harper's Alonthly Magazine, do Frank Leslie's Fashion Book do bodey's Lady's Book do Peterson's Magazine do Arthur's do do Ballou's Dollar Monthly do Chamber's Journal do Frank Leslie's N. Y. Journal do Y ankee >i otions do The Bidden Path, by Maricn Harland, author of Alone Light ar.d Darkness; or the Shadow of Fate?a story of Fashionable Life A memoir of Rev. Sydney Smith, by hU daugh ter, edited by Mrs. Austin The complete works of Charles Dickens 12 vols octavo size, in large type, beautifully illustra ted and neatly bound In cloth. Sold separately if desired 3 The Yellow Mask, a new ttorv. by Charles Dick ens The Escaped Nun AU the new books received as soon as published Everything in the Stationery line at J SHI ISLINGTON'S, Odeon Building, comer Pa av and4?st 29 [Intel;]; | * ' GEO. H. VAKNELL & J. V. UIANKINS, W House, fciga and Fancy Painter*, OULD especially caU the attention of the public to their specimens of Fancy Si^os to be seen at ail times at their place of busim ss' Persons building and repairidn would do well to give us a call as we arc determined to use evay exertion on our part toy ive general satisfaction. "lace of business on Louisiana avenue, between ftth and 7th streets, north side, next to the Vtrtium Building. Old Glazing promptly attended to au 14?dif M BEVNtlT Cleve Hall by Miss SeweU?price 11 Our First Famillt^-price rbe Escaped N ua?price gl t cr sale by by E K. Ll'NDV. au i7_tf ??e ktft>et, Georgetown, l3. C. CLOCKS! clocks: I F you want a good honeet Clock-ore that will ppWrtf^J;^ t*10 correct time, diop in at G. FRANCIS. 490 Seventh street. He has Clocks that cannot be excelled?handsome and good time Keeper*. He sells low, and every Clock is war* ran tea. Jy 2l Medical. > IH H ALATIOR ro* Tnt ccbb ov ASTHMA AND CONSUMPTION NEW AND VERY WONDERFUL 9 f iir?i|ht k*at U tk? door of tta Million! A WONDERFUL di^oovenr has weewtiybe? mad. by Dr Curtis, of this city, in the treat ment of Consumption, Afthina, and * ' "'VT* of Ib^ Luiuni. We refer to Dr. CI R TIS ? ^ " GHANA, or INHALING HYGEAN VAPOR AND CHKRRY SYRUP. With this new me thod, Dr 0. has restored many aJtietM ones t?? Lmltb. 1.1 an cvldcnrc of wklrli hf h?s Inaiiwr** ble certificates. Speaking of the treatment, a phy sician remark*, "It Is evident that InfcaUng?'con stantly bn-athin^ an agreeable,boa!liu? vapor?the medicinal properties must come In dlreet coo tart with the whole ?rlal cavities of the lung*, and th: .s escape the many aim variedchanpea produced upon ihcm when Introduced Into the stnii*ach, and subject to the process of dl*festion.'' The Hygc fnu is for Mle at all the Druggists throughout the conatry.?N. Y. D*ttkm?* J*n. 14. The Inhaler la worn on iLe breast nnder the lin en, without the least 1nconrmi?nce?the beat of th?? body b 'iuo r.ujhcient to evaporate the fl ltd. Uundrea* of rases of cores, like the following, might be oaiwd * Oue package cf the Hygetaa has cared of the Asthma of six years standing. J. F. KEE^BERRY, P. R1. of Duncannoa, Pa. 1 am cured of the Asthma cf tea years' t andiaf by Dr. Curtis's Hvgeena. MARGARET EASTON, Brooklyn. N Y. MRS PAUL, of No. 5 Hammond street, N. Y., was cured of a severe case of Broneuitls by the Hygeana. My sister ha* beer. cared of a dlstretslng cowh of several years'standing, and decided to he In curable by the physicians. She was cored In one uxontn by the Hy?cane. i H GAUDERT, P M Richmond. Me. The Rev Dr CHEEVEK. of New York, testi fies of our medicine in the following language: NkwYoxi,Nov 15,1-41. Dear Sir: I think highly of Dr. Curtis's Hyge ana as a remedy In diseases of the throat and l?ngs. Having Lad some opportunity to testify its etflra cy, I am convinced that it Is a most excellent rem edy, both the Syrup and the Inhaling application to the chest. Prof. S. CENTER writes us as follows: Gentlemen?1 have recently had occasion to test your Cherry Syrup and Hy^e^n Vapor, in a c.-i*e of chrouic sore throat, that had refusal to yield fc> other forms o! treatment. and lue result ha* satix fled me that, whatever may be the composition of your preparation, it is 110 im|io?itl*7!.l??t an ?-xc*l lent remedy. 1 wish, for the saStcf *ie ?!B?cted, that it might be brought within t" ? of all. DK. JOHNS, one of the rtr>l uii mM Physi cians In New ork writes as f< '2?7* : Dr. CtraTis?Dear Sir?Ilav'on wttne*s?>d the excellent effects of your liyi;eanaar Inhaling Hy Seaa Vapor and Cherry Syrup, incase of Chronic Ironchitis, and being anch 1:1 bw at counter Ir ritation in aft'ections of the throat. Bron' hial tnln-s and lungs, I ca' therefore chee?fullv recomtiiend your Medicated Aparatus as l>eing the most con venient and effectual mode of apolying anything of the kind I have ever seen. N?> uoubt thousands of persons may be relieved, and many cured, by Using your medicines. I must here be allowed to confess fhat lam op posed to prescribing or using secret compounds, out this little neativ contrivtd article, and its ef fects in the case alwve alluded to, have induced me to speak in its favor. You are at liberty to use this In any way you may think proper. Respectfully, yours. Ac., C. JOHNS, M. D., No. 61# Houston street, N. Y. Price three dollars a package. Sold bv CURTIS A PERKINS and BOYD A PAUL, 149 Chambers at.. N. Y. F our packages sent free to any part of the Ual ted States for tea dollars. N. B?Dr. Cortls's HvgctnalstheORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are base Imitations, or vile and Injurious counter feits. Shun them as vou would POISON For sale in \V??=hlmfton by CHAS STOTT, Pa. avenue, near 7th street, and J. B. MOORE, In the First Ward. may 22?6m CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE, THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD! MOT A PAttTICLE or KEKC18T IN IT. AN INFALLIBLE REMEDY for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rheumatisin. Otwtinate Cutane ous Eruptlous, Pimples or PustuJes on the face. Blotches, Boils, Chronic Sore Eyes, Rin^Worm or Tetter. Scald Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcer?. Sy philitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Coic ftia'uts. and all the disease s rising frvm 1.4 '.(? udicious use of Mercury, Imprudt ice la Life, or Impurity of the Blood. fl^HlS VALUABLE MEDICINE, wh'ch has I. become celebrated for the number of extraor dinary cures, effected through lis a gene /, has in duced the proprietors, at the ur >ca'. request of their fri?nds, to offer it to the public, which they do with ?he utmost confidence la its virtue* and woa derful curative properties. Tj/p following n.:tifi rates, selected from a laree ntuiber, arc, however, etrouger te?tinio:iv than the mere word of the prc tr'.etors: and axe alt from gentlemen we?i jwn 1 their localltlea, and of ihe hlyho?t it.-j - ! ty, many of them retidlug ia tne city of I\:.h mond, Va. F. HOYDEN, Esq., of the Ercbi-pe Hotel, Richmond, known everywhere, rays he hv see 1 tn? Med'cine called C/.i:tsr ? Mh TtJTts, administenxl in over a hundrtd com *, is \ nearly all the dlse.u!e*fcr which His temmmea<t- ' ed, with the most astonishingly ^^d lesuits. He ? ??_yF. it is the most u'rsoidluaiy u.*di ine he L^a : e*tr stea. AOVR ASU FEVEli?GREAT CPKJt ?I hereby certify that for three years 1 had Ague and Fever of the mcst violent deteription. 1 ha<*. sev eral Physicians, took iarire qu:'ntitie:? of if . ia'.r.e, Mercury, and ! believe all the Tori - advtrli.ed. but all p?rmaRcnt relief. At la1! I tried j Carter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which ! effectually cnr -d m^. snd I am Laj py to ai.y 1 j have had neither chills cr fevers ?in>e. I con- : slder it the beet Tiaic in this world, and the only t iuedlcine that ever rcached nr, ct?e. JOHN LONGDL'N. J Bixver Ditch, n?ar Rlchm^d, Va. C. B LUCK. Esq , now in th'' rity of Rkh- j mond, and for many years !n the Pof-t Ofiif, ! such confidence in the! ;lun^ -ihc.:i~y of Car ter's Spanish Mixtuie. that Lt- u.vs booght up w?.rd> of 5? bottles, which he nai give a aiway to the attticted. Mr. Ltuksu,rs he hno nevtf incmra It to fall when token acc*?rdiu.j to directions. Dr. MINGE,a wacihitng Physictin. ernl fer acriy cf the City Iloti!, la the ckv* cf li.. umond, iays he has witce.v?>d in anuuaKr if instant s i thb ca'ecto of Carter's Spanish Mixture, v?hk a were naoi.t truly surprising. He says ia a case of Consumption, d-pejidea' the Liver, lie ,:ccd effects were wonde ? ful indeed SAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm cf Drin ker A Morrlj, Richmond, cared r'f L.ver Couiplan.t of threj year> t?Undin by tae o?c of two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mi-ture. GREAT CURE OF SCROFUL A - The Ld! tora of the Richmond Republican had a servant employed In their press room, eurcd of violent Scrofula, combined with She>wiiatism, which en tirely disabled him from wc-rk. Two bottles cf Carter's Spanish Mixt ire rr.udc a perfect cure of him. and the Editors, In r. public notice, say they "cheerfully recomm* i.d it to .ill vuoau aihtctcd with any disease of the biend." STILL A CUKE OI'SCROfVLA. I had a very valuable boy cored cf scrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medicine. JAMES M. TAYLOR, Con ductor on the R. F. and P. R. R. Co., Richmond. V?. SALT RHEUM OF TWENTY YEAF.S STAND ISO CURED?Mr. JOHN THOMP SON , residing in the city of Richmond, was cured by three botues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for nearly twenty years, and which all the physicians or the city could nut cure. Mr. Thompson is a well know n merchant in the city of Richmond, and his cure is most remarkable. VVM. A. MATTHEWS, of Richmond, had a servant cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture. He says Lecheerfuiiy recommends lt, and considers it a very invaluable medicine. ED\VIN BU RTON, commissioner of the reve nue, says he ha* seen the good eil?\:t? of Carte; ? Spanish Mixture In a number of Syphilitic ca*et, and says it la a pe?fe;t cure for that herrille di ease. W'M.O HARWOOD.of Rich mond. cured of old fores and L leers, which disabled him fiom walking. Took a few bottles of Carter s r.paiiUh Mixture, an dwt-s enabled to walk without a culch, in a short time permanently cured. Principal Depots at M WARD, CLOSE A CO., No. tto Maiden Lane. New York. T. W. DYOTT A SONS, No. 1&? North Seeand street. Philadelphia. BENNETT A BEERS, No. 125 Mala niiert, Richmond, Va. And for sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washing ton,D.C.; Hb.SR\ PELL, Alexandria, acd try Drngg lsis everywhere. Price SI per'botUe. or tlx bottle* for ti. sep 81?ly C. WARRINER, WATCHMAKER, If 0. 330 Pa. art nut, betwetd 9tk and 1(H4 struts, WASHlN&Tort, D. e. Pivoting, Jeweling, and every kind of repaln to Watchoa. jy 17?Sm Medical. PKITATR Hfiniu TUATIII PHILOSOPHIC A L?V1EW 07 MA.kB.lA0X, M. B. LA CHOIl, ?l. D.t ALBANY, I* T ?I ILTtM) Pun ud IM Flae, Plaia, Mi <:*?* Lithograph* sad l'W? Price ralj TvMlyft** Smi fVn ?/ Poftuct t? ?N parte mf tkt Vmm f CHEAPEST HOOK EVER F* BL1FB KD? ^ u>4 containing imrll double tbe o uantltv of ra4 double the quantity ing matter la that of Iwm FIFTY CENT OK DOL LAR PL BLICATIONS. It treats oa the PH VWUL OS? OF MARRIAGE, ?ii.A the Secret Irlrroltles ami D'soiler of Youth and Maturity, resulting from ei ocmoi, wfcich dflrtrcy ?t< physical aad mental pow **r?, with Observations oa .Marrla^**, Its duties ant disaualiicadoas. ani their remedies: with Lllhcgrapns. i Justfatiag the Anatomy and Physiol wy, and Dls?easeeof the Re productive Organs of both wrxm, theft structure, owe, aed functions. A pcrUar and nomprelxv ?-lee Treatise on the Duties and Cansedties of sin ?rle and maritetf life?happy and fruitful aUii-nce-. muda of aer arias ih<i> ia|li I If 'reus and infertile ?their oovutioa aad monl,? la^flut hints to those cont/ m plating aatliBOBj, that will overcome objections to It; none. h?>wever .should take this Important in without irst cotnultln* lta pages oiwiiaii atarlea on the dl*eaaeaa?d W?Mal baatmeat of feaialc* fh>a Intern v to okl age, ea-fc '?aae grapbically Illustrated by beaLilfol Uthagra enlc platt*?nervous debility. Its rauaes and cure, v aprocess at once *o eimp;e, wu'e. and eWrctual that failure 1? impossible?rult-* for dally manage n cnt?aa essay on Spormatonbsna. with rr* oljservaHon* oa a safer aad mere sacreasrul mode of treat meat?prerautlc?iary hli.U oa the erlla rr Miltimr from empirical practice?an eaaay oa all diaraaea ar iking from IrKii acred on, with plain ar.d simple rules by which all pereous can cure them ?? lv. ? Without' in?r< ury? n-rr.edifa for thoae seLf inCicted inis*rie> and disappointed hopes ao un fortunate!)-prevalent la thevouag. ltl?a truth ful advlwer to the married and thowcookenplating narriage It- jfru?.iI is partioilarlv recommeud ed to }a-rs(?nK tnterlainiag aecret doubta of their pliVnlc: I coiHl tion. and who arc conscious of hav . zard?<d th? health, happiness. aad privileges to which everv human bHi-g is entitled. Price TWENT\ -FIVE CI NTH per copy, rr Fire Cei.U s for <*!:?? IMllar MaU*d free of pos; V ' to all part* of (lie tinted States. N H.?Those who prefer may consult Dr LA CKOIX upon aa? of the disease* uf>on which this book treats. ? ithrr personal!* or bv mall Medi cine sent to any |urt of tbe I'nion arcordlag to dl r.T'kniF. eafeiy j^ckwl and canfullv ured frt?m all ob<??rv:it!. 1 AddnwDr M ? LACKOlX,No 31 Maiden L?tae. or I'o^t Uj&re Ilex579. Albany, N. Y. \7J~ Oiice of??n daily fr?H? V a n. to V p. m , ar.?t on Sundav from -J until i p. m VlT'OAceRKMOVF.Dfraai No 3d Beaeerat. to n >lai(lea Laae, Alhaay, N. Y. dec 7?y DVCTOK H4MI FLA !< D*1 CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS, raapAacs av l?r. ? . M. J At K ^delphta, PaM WILL EFFECTCALLT CCKW LI^EH COMPLAINT. DYSPEPSIA, /aandiu,Chraat^ar fftrt i ;> titty, DiS' tofts ?/ tkt A'iV??jri, amd ail D%?*ant? anting from n Duerd*rtd Ltttr or Slomcch. Such as Con*tlpatl?m. Inward Piiea. Fullneaa. or I lllr.^l to !b?- H?-ad Aridity of the Stomach, Nau sea. Ileartbuin, Dla^uM for f?<od, Fuiliie>a.or Weight in tli^Momach So"?f>.H tatieti?. J*?r.k ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the u, BwtaNBiag of the Head. Iliirrled and 1)^ Lreathing. Flutterlal'Ot the Heart. ChokSnu or t^ugirv afir.|f Seaaatkma when in a lying Fo??ure of Vision. Dot* of U*eb? Ueforr the J*:ght, Fev?r and l?ull I'ain in tLc I>etl cieficv of Perspiration. Yellowi!-^ of the Skin ar>d E\*e*. Pain in the J*ide Hack. Clieat. Llanbs Sie.f J*ndd*?n Flu^hea of He?t Burning in the F iesh. ConMa.nt Ima^inin^s of Evil, and ureal Lepreafc'.on of Spirits. T'HK PROPRIETOR. In calling the attention of the public to this preparation, doea so with a f^l'ng of the utme- t conbdeace la lta virtuea and adaptation of it to th- di>eaacs for which It la recoauneaded. It ia no new and untried article,but cne 'hat baa ^'?jod tbe 'est of a ten rea' trial before the An?? r ican people, aad it* r<-|> tati. n and aale Is unri valled by any similar pr. paration?> extant. The temiiuony in iti favor given by the BOkt prouii* neut and wei)-known Phy^i^iaMs r-nd Individual*, ia all parta of the com rv is hnnmiae. The fol lciwin^ from North Ceruliaa is r?~.*x?r!fullr aub mi:<?-?. referring any . n *?. ?. il d?'ut>t. u ?'MeinorabiliA." c* praftical Refript Coc k foi Farmers and Families, to be had gTntia of all tha AccnLs for the Gt;oia:) Hiisea*. Principal Otto ^i?d .Miiuulsctorv, 1X0 AKCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, FA. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. C?-.i,lrai4 of D? I? P.-* Kill, Rtrh mond Cn.*v. S. C. Piss Him, i larch ?. 1^54. He. C. M Jacrsoa. Fbiiade^paia?IV^r Sir : I have been a .: of U^ivepila. la lta ?trd Tata, for ihe last Lre years' ru? h was my condi tion for tweivf mciiu.^ that the pUyslclami aad ail who saw me ?ald I n ust die While la this cor; ditKn I was carried tr. in?* water.-n. nlarea ia ' gln'.a, ;re, aad North Carolina, but v. ^ aot 1 t nelltUja hy Rny w^ter to which ! wa.. taken. W??te oa m;; way h?>ine I r-topp? d.. weeaat Kuth trfo-dlcu. & aoi&ii village in North Carclit:3. ta Sl^ry tue elfsct of scmr Chu;yh<"?U writer 'n ?ha* up- e. About th* la>l of 'h.* we- k 1 vent into a ?r-.if/ store to get wme msdictne for mv chi>d ?i:.4 uiv*^lf. There v*Tf Mfveial of the Ullage pl.;i.i ch? in th<- su re. a d one of them at-emed o t'^ke some Interest in mv ca*?\ and, aflei a^kiug me ao rue que*t ions. ?uc he had been a dvupeptic ,d had b?en ur. atlv benefitted >?, 'hp t.x' t.f IIOHF LAND S GERMAN BITTERS, pr^ptr.d by yo-?. and be Imitated th^t I would try tt" Lit *:-. Her.laoca'itfd the next da/ at my room, aad in sisted so imu a that I wouU try Uieat thai 1 a?k<d hili i to get me one bottle. He aid It, and I com iaem*d teIt a* dire* ;ed, aiid 1 mere bee tfi-.ted by it than ull ihc water and .la-dicint 1 nad ever taken. After reaching home cre of my uelehbor* rtmr to rr* for a prescription and meri Mre, (he a dv> ceptle.l a^d I gave hiui tieariv aH t?ie BltU-rn 1 c%d Itft. whh h cttecU-d much goci in hbcwr Hi ha&oflaa i .uic?l on tue for laate of the v.iae ki.'d ?f niediciae. saying he was tunet he&eitttrd | by It thaa any other he h^d ? k? a, hilt i have u?4 j b -< n able to jet any mote tor hl?u o? mveelf exnee; i will yau, therefbre, pl.>axe sh.p oie a doze<: ot I more as ? oon its pc-nslt-le Htspccifi'Qy. paara, V? . l^dlTlft. li K. Roger's Store, VtakeCo., N. C., t tctoWr 151,1 -^53, sayi,: '?aiavinjr c.nt .uv.c^d \ery gi^ulbcncllt fr?>m tb< v*e of hoof Land's gesman fitters ia CLrrr.i'* Dysentery and hMttanl derange me- 1 the Liver, and its conco*r!tant evil*. I am desi;o-e of chaining a auantitv of U for the ctaefit of my couuituuity. kou wLi, th-nXorc, please scad a 1U,1c.,A2. CERTIFICATE OF WAI. J, AT WOOD. EcarsviLLa, YrdktnCn .N.C i _ Ncwakor 1st, Idtf > Dr. C. M. Jar ktot?Ika.- s?r: Allow rue to ex pre to yon my sincere ii-ana-> f. . oar dlscoveni ?>f ?. luediticv Whh h, to ?^y the lejjd of It. has if fcctfU u cure that all other railklMi, that I ' Ukm, have cutiielv fiiL J iodo. IIOOI LLVUV GliK.dAN HITTERS 1 ivc cu.ed me of the ti^^t btul born and a^rravsted care of the en n th-.,, ever Ml to the lot of man. My case is no; a ranker in this community, as I am w?J kj..~~*n in :hi-a:.d t'.e :.a r . v.. A can ti oly that r.iV rt -j? rv ban a:-io? .ued ? I my friends and r ' . i> i 'n? <l?. veryth'.r.- > recoaweadtd, and nothi.,_ did me any ^oid un til i w^s p.xvalled upon ta try the b:tters Vca I eie at liberty to mike any aae of thl* cciumutiica tioi. for U?e bench! of the aAlcUsd. you may thluk proper. Truiy, yours, Wil. J. AT WOOD. These b'.Kcm are tntirtli, they lnv'./ crate aud strengthen tha syatearif reser proatra.e it, and can be i>ed for iafanU ae well as adults For sale by rwpectable dealers everywhere, and vtrri'i ?iLMAN, WaLhingtoa; J. L Al|i HKLL, Ocor^etowu, and J. R PIER PONT, Aleiandria. mar 1?ly REESE'S EAt.LE PLIMH1NO AND OAS* T FITTING OEFOT. HC subfenber respectfully announces to Lis | friends and the public la general that he L<:s received the Ar?t lot ?.f tb?* ceVhrar?-d DOtMit- S DOUBLE ACTING SI C i U?\ f\H poR? t PL M P. which reeeivpd the SILV KK M 1.1)A ! at the la'e Fair of the Mniopoiitan Hai hanu*' it?U tub?. and is now prti to lurnUh all wao nxy favor him with a c-.ll H:n st(x~k of i> AS 1'IXTL KKS art uasuroakscd in the District. \V ith his corp?? of competent workmen hepr;<lee himself to hil any ordera in the PLUMBING AND (iAS-11TT1NU llae with proastens and despatch. IL/* Ail work done ararranted to give eavM eatisfaction JOHN RKESF, ' may -i?u cornerothst and Pa. avenue LETTLKS to THE PEOPLE oa Health ? "J* llapnlneas, by Catherine E Ucecher. la paper 3T)j. cloth 30c. Illstoryof the Council of Trent, fraaa the Fit ark by John McClintock, D.D., 91 ^lure ???k fci the Nunery, by Ja cob Abbott, 3 vols each New volume of Harper's Story Book, tl TAYLOR * MAIRY'S ?* U D?wn street