Newspaper of Evening Star, January 19, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated January 19, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. TO LITTLE MARY. I'm bidden, little Mary ' To write verges upon thee : 1 d fain obey the biddiiv If It rested but with me ; But the mlstressea I'm bound to, rNlne ladies hard to pleave,) Oi all their stores poetic, do closely keep the keys. It's only now and then. By good luck as one may ?ay, That a couplet or a rhyme'or two. Fall>? fairly In my way. Fruit forced Is never half so sweet As that come* quite in season But son)-' folks must be satlsfled With rflyme in spite of reason. So, Muee* ' now befriend me ; Albeit of help so chary, To string the pearl* of poeale, For loveliest little Mary. And yet, \ e pay an damsels ' Not over fon?l am I T' Invoke your haughty favors, Vour fount of Castaly i've sipped a purer fountain, I've deckea a holler aUrlne, 1 own a mightier mistress - 0 Nature ' thou art mine. And Feeling's fount than Castaly Yields waters more divine ' And only to that well- head, 3weet Mary, I'll report, For jsmt an artleas verse or two, A simple strain and short, Befitting well a pilgrim Wayw orn with earthly strife, To offer thee, young Traveller! In the morning tract of life i here s many a one will tell thee, TIs all with roses gay ? There's many a one will teil thee, 'Tis thorny all the way ? Deceivers are they every one, Dear child, who thus pretend ; God s ways are not uneaual ? Make Him thy trusted friend. And many a path of pleasantness, He ll clear a way for thee, However dark and intricate The labyrinth may be i need not wish th^e beauty ? 1 need not wnb thee grace? Already both are budding Id that infant form and face. i will not wlsn thee grandeur - 1 will not wish thee wealth But only a contented heart. Peace?competence?and health F ond F riends to love thee dearly, And honeet friends to chide, And faithful ones to cleave to thee. Whatever may betide. And now, my little Mary If better things remalu, Unheeded in my blindness, Unnoticed in my strain, i ll sum them up succinctly, In "English undefiled My mother tongue's best b?nison? God bless thee?precious child ! ry it is proposed to post large placards all over the city or London, containing passages from the Bible, printed in the largest charac ters, so a? tu arrest attention Each placard to contain only one verse, and sometimes only one sentence, an J to be renewed as frequent ly as the funds obtained will permit MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAM RRS fuuJ TUB DNITBD STATUS. \mu. Fur V*f Canada Boston Liverpool Jan if. Atlantic.......New York Liverpool.... Jan I* Edinburgh New Vork Glasgow ....Jan% Hermann New ^ ork Bremen Jan 'A. America Boston Liverpool.... Jan 3ij Persia New York....Liverpool ...Feb t? Fulton New York Havre Keb ? Arabia Boston Liverpool.... Feb 13 FROMBCROPR Belglque Antwerp New \ ork ..Jan 1 America Liverpool Boston Jan 5 Africa Liverpool New \ ork... J an ** Baltic Liverpool New York. ..Jan I* Arabia Liverpool Boston Jan IW Pac iflc Liverpool New York... J an '23 Persia Liverpool New York...Jao 'ib The California steamers leave New York on the 5th and *20ih of each month. The Overland Mailt to India and China We have often b?en a>ked for Information in re gard to the departure of the Malls from England to China The following, may be Interesting to those who have correspondence with the East: The mails leave Southampton on the 4th and '20th of each month, and arrive at Gibraltar about the 'Kh and '25th of same month . arrives at .Malta about the 14th and loth of same month ; arrives at Alexandria about the 16th of same and 1th of fol lowing month Leaves Suez about the '20th or '21st of same and 5th or 6th cf following month ; arrives at Aden about the '25:h or '28th of same and 10th ?r l'2th of following month Leaves Aden about the *i?;th or 27th of s^me and day of arrival for Bombay, and 11th to 13th for China, Ac. Indian Navy steamer arrives at Bombay about the 3d to Sth and lUth to '21st of following month P. and O. steamer arrives at Peint de Ualle about the ttth or Tth and *22d to '2Tid of following month; leaves Point d? Ualle for Pnlo Penang the same day, if the steamer has already arrived which takes the mall on ; arrives at I'ulo Penang about the l'2th or 13th and'2.-th and&nh of follow lntf month; arrives at Singapore about the 13th or 16th and 31st or 1st of following month ; leaves Singapore about 12 hours after arrival; arrive at Hon^r Ivong about the S9d or :44th and $tb or 10th of following month, leaves next day for Shanghai Two mails leave England?one on the fth and '20th of each month?via Marseilles, and arrive at Alexandria about the same time as the Southamp ton mail. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Hatal?williaM bW. j J Williams, Tenn J L> Pratt St ly, Md J B DangerHeld, Md Miss Capen, Mass J B McDonald. Ala S Beaie, NY T Brennan.Ua B Williams. Pa K C Anderson A ly, SC J Waring, Md J H Shafer, Va W D Moore, Md J Meeker, NY J Monroe, do Mrs French, Mass U Foibea, Vt J W Rtanton, NY J Dane, do L D Wileoxson Jt W P Fetrldge, Mass D P Kimball, Mas.-. N M Farrlngton, Tenn E U Dunster, NH J Bingham, Pa J B Brick, NJ D W Shanke, Tenn J Jones, Ua S W Hawood, Va B H Perry, Va K Lpp** do A P Brawner, Md W it B Tolten, NY A Froet, NY W J Parrolt, Kan F L Urimth, Md ? W Thurston, do t Hartneii. Amsterdam W McElroy, O J Bowman, Pa Mr Duuforth, N Y U Gannlson Mo Mrs Dunforth, do Mr at Mrs Bemls, N '? T Brooks, Masi> Mr Fellows, do Mr A Mrs Spauldlng, O P Notbeck. Kussla Mr liallday, do J J P Alston. SO UrewL? M;Li -v T Am biowm. i-"" 1 West, Va Mm La to ii, NC G Met-ane do E Sterling, t.'t W G Mullen, La R Duncan, N V L C Newburgh. NN W F Berry, Md a Roberts, Pa J ftt Pennebacker, do J A Cllncellent, Va C C Magruder Md J Uiles, Mass Scott, do H Ferguston. Md t Hambiin ind BJarrett.Md J Stone, ind T Berry, do J T rotten, Md J Stevens, ao K Stevenson, do F WW hi at. do WularJi* taiili -I i kl.i.wilUU. J O Jamas. Cai L Mathews, Mo M Myers, ly, nc j Sfwart. USA H Livingston. NY A W Johnson, Ms T Deighman Ma j bell, jr. NY T C Herring. Pa Dr Ho-*JURA J H Brady, ly. do M M Cass, NY W E Gayloid, Ct II o Godfrey, iy, do Hon EB Hart NY ? apt G,bbs, iy, k Y O M Clark, do ^ ?TPayne, do Col Demlok, USA Hon G Si Wright Cai A Baird. do N Thorp, ly. N J' Hon C Ring, ly, NY A U Thorp, NY Lotted States Hatal?a. e. iacbrbt J W DaTi*' Va D Murphy. Ry JHCoph*?/0 J D Llkink. c J ? '?? R A Duvaii. d<? * n A l/UTQil, WV ' ? A Martin, Md * W T Jones, NV ^u u . ??' F Williams. Ala * " ,H"nll? ? v A M Rexy, (ra ? F./ndell, N Y kirswod Htaie?i. b. A a.fTfc*wae? R G Rig?s. DC NV H Henr\', Pa G W Whltuey, NY G Lumbkln. do A M Smith, do J M 'laJl, Md 4 Harding, Va ?) (ir?vg. do W Adams, .Mass M ? outee, do ? Allen, Va J S Barbour, do R C Mendenhall, do Ueiter'e Matel??. a. dbktkb. Hon W Smith. Va WHTbbets, NY Mr Brlnsmade, DC Capt J Wyatt, do J KockhlLi. Pa Col W N Keenev, Cai C t Mix, do Dr C C Terrel, Wis W W DennUon, DC Propoasia f?r Oil f?r Ll|ht-H?u?fi. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, ) Office of thx Lioht-Hotsk Board, > J an nary 10, 1S56 \ SEPARATE SEALBD PROPOSALS WILL be received at this cfllse until 1 o'clock p. m. "? i? 7 vv alongside of the Government supply vessels at Boston. New Yerk city, New Bedford, or Edgar town, Massachusetts, at the option of the contrac tor, to be determined on at the time of accepting the bid, In tight, well-made casks, suitable for shipping, in prime order, on or before the follow ing dates, respectively, and also at the respective points named on the Lakes, viz: Lot No. 1. B,ooo (eight thousand) gallons best winter-strain ed or pressed sperm oil, and 22,000 (twenty-two thousand) gallons best spring strained or pressed sperm oil, to be deliv ered on the 15th day of March. 1S56. ? - Lot No i 14,000 (fourteen thousand) gallons best winter strained or pressed sperm oil, and 10,000 (sixteen thousand) gallons best spring strained or pressed sperin oil, to be deliv ered on the 15th day of May, l-^, as above. Lot ;V? 3. Id.OOu (eighteen thousand) gallons best wlnter st rained or pressed sperm oil, and 1'2.GOO (twelve thousand) gallons best sprln^ stralned or pre sed sperm oil, to be deliv ered as above, on the 15th day of July, 1S56. FOR THE LAKES Lot No 4. 6,500 (six thousand live hundred) gallons best wintPr strained or pressed sperm *11, and 6.500 (six thousand Ave hundred) gallons best spring strained or pressed sperin oil, to be delivered at BndaJo, New York, to the proper officer authorized to receive it, on the 15th day of April, 1?."j6, or Immediate ly after the opening of the Erie canal. 900 (*<?< h ttxJrtd) gallons best winter-strained or pressed sperm oil, and 900 (m*? humhrtl) gallons best spring-strained sperm oil, to be delivered to the collector and superintendent of li^i Is at Oswego, New "S ork, on the 15ili day of April, P .r*>, or Immediately after the opening of the Erie canal, and 325 (three hundred and twenty-live) gallons best winter strained or pressed sperm oil, and 345 i thiee hundred and twenty five)gallons br*t spring-attained or pressed sperm oil, to l?e delivered to the collector and superintend ent of lights at Plattsburg, New Yoik, on the 15th day of April, lsuJ, or immediate ly after the opening of the Erie canal Ail of the oil comprised in lot No 4. to be de livered at the above mentioned plares for the lights on the lakes must be in small Iron bound casks, in prime order, free from leakage,contain ing from thirty to fifty gallons each, and free from all expense to the United Stale.>; all the cost or transportation, damage, and leakage being at the charges and risk of tlie contractor or contractors, and all tests and inspection to be mad" prior to the transportation of the oil from the contractor's warehouse or other plat e of deposlte. Ttie several lots of oil required to be delivered alongside of the supply vessels shall be so deliv ered when the said vessels shall be In readiness to receive the same, and In case the supply ves sels should not be ready to receive the oil on the days herein specified for its delivery, then the contracting party will be at liberty to deliver it to an authorized agent of the light-house establish ment at the point of delivery, and shall lie entl tied to payment therefor within lifteen days from such delivery All the oil contracted for under the foregoing proposals to be subjected to the usual tests or spe cific gravity, temperature at which it will remain limpid, by burning and such other means as may be thought proper bj the person or persons to whom that duty inav be assigned by the Llpht House Board, before it will be accepted The wlnter-stralr.ed oil to remain lini(>ed at a tem perature of '1*2 deprces of Fahrenheit or lower, and the spring strained oil at a temperature of 40 decrees of Fahrenheit or lower Proposals will be received and considered f..r each lot separately, or for the whole quantity re quired, at the option of the bidder; but no bid wilt l>e entertained for a less quantity than Is com prised In one of the several lots designated Nos I, 2,3, and 4. The bids must state explicitly the lot or lot* projHrted for by the number. r numbers, the quantity of each kind of oil in the let or lots, and the price j>rr gallon fur eich quality of oil. All bids must be sealed a: d endorsed ,ltiopo sal * for Oil f.,i Light-Hon 4*'," and then placed in another envelope, and directed to the Secretary or the Light-Hour,e Hoard. Washington, I> C . pQ$ta%<^anl A boW, with eecuiity to the satisfaction of the Department, in a penalty equal tooue-fifth of the amount of each contrai t made under the f. regoing pi opotals.will t>?- req nlred of each contractor" con" d 'lon.-d for the faithful performance of each con tract, to be executed within ten days after the ac ceptanee of the bid. The Board, under the authority of the Depart ment, reserves the right to reject any bid, though it may be the lowest, from other considerations than its amount By order of the Light House Board THORNTON A JENKINS. Jan lb ? eodtl eb 1. Secretary. UNITED STATES MAIL. Post Office Dkpartmf.nt. Dec 21, 1*55, Proposals for carrying the mails of the United States from the l,t April, ls56. to the 3?'th June. Is5a, Inclusive, on the fol lowing route in KENTUCKY, will be re. et ved at tne Contract Office of the Post Office Department. In the city of Washington, until 5, p. in of the 20th day of February, 1806, (to be decided by the 1st March following,) on the route and in Ihetlme herein specified, viz : S27^ From London, Ky , by Laurel Bridge, Mc Hargue s Mill, Lynn Camp, Barbo.irsvllle, I lat Lick, Cumberland Ford, Yellow Cumberland Gap, (Tenn ,) Tazewell, Syc amore Thorn Hill, Bean's Station,and Mar shall's Feriy, to Kussellville, 9" miles and back, three timesa week, in 2-hor.?.e coaches y months, and on hurst-bar k the residue of the year. Leave London Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at G a m Arrive at Russellville n^xt days by 12 m Lwive Russellville Monday, Wednesday,and Friday at 2 p m Arrive at London next days by 8 p m NOTES. No pay will be made for trips not peifotmed, and for each of such omissions not satisfactorily explained three times the pay of the trip will be deducted, for arrivals far behind time as to break connexion with depending malls, and uot sufficiently excused, one-fourth of the compensa tion for the trip Is subject to forfeiture. Fines will be Imposed, unless the delinquency be promptly and satisfactorily explained by certlfl cates of postmasters or the affidavits of othercred Itable persons, for neglecting to take the mall from or Into a post office; for sufl'erlng It to be In jured, destroyed, robbed, or lost; and for refusing, aft^r demand, to convey the mall a.n frequently aa the contractor runs, or is concerned In running, vehicles on the route The Postmaster General may annul the contract for repeated failures to run agreeably to contract, for disobeying the post of fice laws or Instructions of the department, or for assigning the contract without the assent of the Postmaster General. The Postmaster General may alter the schedule i;.- n.ay al-o order an Increase of servWe on the route by allow)n? there for a pro rata Increase of the contract pay. u*. may also curtail or discontinue tLe service in whole or in part, at pro rata decrease of pay. if he allow one month's extra compensation ot. the amount or service dispensed with The bids should be addressed to the Second Assistant Post master General, superscribed Maii Proposal* for Kmtutky The contracts to be executed and returned to the department by or before the 1st *APH1, i?56 For fur'her particulars as to con dltlons to be Incorporated in the contracts bidders may see pamphlet advertisement for conveying mall. In Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, and r,7"4 JAMES CAMPBELL, dac 44?lawiw Postmaster General WAJltfLKK'* THICK* WITmTaKIIII t' X POSED AND EXPLAINED BY J h * Green ; price 35 ceuts ' ' MORGAN'S MYSTERIES OF FREE MA tsONRY ? containing all tt* Debtees of the'oid?r conferred inn Master's Lodge, a* written by Cant vVm .Morgan; price J5 cents HOME cook BOOK ? containing several hun dred exceaeut receipts , price 25 ceT{s LAWS OF LOVE: A complete code of gal lantry, tnn'dlning concise rules for the conduct of a courtship tuio.ugh it* entire pioutcmt, Apnor isms ou love, the comts of love in nlneteeuth Ccutury, rules for telling tuk-v^racteis and dispo sition* of woman: price 25 cento LADitS' GUIDE TO BEAUTY : containing practical advice on improving the complexion the talr, the hands, the form, the teeth the eyes the feet, the features, so as to ljisui:1 the hipbestde g<ee of perfection. of whl? h they are suneeptible and also upwa.ds cf one bundled ie? ejptu for va cosmetics, oils, pomades; only 45cents *nJ above Books can be bought of the radSv?f?*X, Seventh street, op EcHFA,fp.V^Wl,Mi L' keeps on hand all NEW8PAP?B,?CA?T,.?^!,I **? *ZIN K?. Ink, i-Ai;Ki ?TATB,oV??0?0f,,.N' A ? ' . " ? l<A \ 1 NG and V i v i ??? i m ?/ l' a H i, HA I I \ f "**I~IIING UA*D..,OSM.,ilC. iovs Messrs. tav.'.or ?mauky havinu completed their arCigeinents for the an prooching st json, resp.* trmiy t.^vRe an?>i,jioi, to their large and veiled stock which {u addition to a superb collection of BOOKS ? iat-? assortment of VANOV ARTICLES of the mu? eUjgam and re.:herche descrlpticu, particularly suited (ot Christinas and NewS'ear Presents dec 44?1/ FINE GOODS FOR PR ESENTSat ELLIS'S 300 P?. avenue, near iGtb street dec 40 Information for Travelers. OEANGE & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Great Southern Mail Line! I^TWICE DAILY (SUNDAY yiGHTS EXCEPTED) Between Washington City and the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, GOKDONSVILLE, AND RICHMOND. Leave Washington at 6 a in and 7pm Fare from Washington to Richmond $5 5<) OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, Free of Charge, to STEAMER GEORGE _ -dE"""a? PAGE, for ALEXANDRIA, a dlg-^&^gfel^ tance of six miles, allowing ample time for Meals. Ticket* procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route,as it isaroNTiNnou* of first railroad from ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND. THROUGH PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE carried without cost to the Depot of the Petersburg Railroad J. R N1CKL1N, dec 7-tf Ticket Agent, Alexandria. WASHIIltiTUN BRANCH RAILROAD. OK HOURS.-On and after Mon J day, the ?kl instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at t> and rjf a m , and 'I and p in. On Sunday at 4^ p. rn Leave Baltimore at 4 ? and V It a m , and 3 and sy p ?0 On Sunday at 1# a. m. apfcl?tr T II. PARSONS, Agent. O MIK MO I NT VERNON. N TUESDAYS AND F K IDA VS.?EAR E, round trip, SI; from Alexandria _ lK 7."? cents - The steamer COLLYEK leaves Washington at 9, ancTAlexan dria at \)% o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at o'clock Coach fare |(t cents Her sons wishing the coache* wilt leave their wsldenre ?rub George* Thomas Parkar. Re fresh men Is on the boat. ?OlVK?tf SAM*I. UKDNKT.ClPUil THE NKff roHK AND LIVfcHfOUl. UNITED STATES >1A 11. STRAMKKN.; rill IE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE x are the ATLANTIC, Captain West, PACIFIC, Captain Nye, BALTIC, Captain Coinstock, ADRIATIC, Captain Grafton. VheseShlps have been built by contract, expresr ly for Government service; every care has been tak-n In their construction, as In the engines, to insure strength and speed, and their accouiuioda lions for passengers are unequalled (or and e?mfort. men or ritnui From New York to Liverpool,in Irst&abta, S1'J? Second cabin, - "? Exclusive use of extra site state rooms. - :?u?? From Liverpool to New York, - x:? and ? t9 An eiperlenced Surgeon attached to each sblp. No b^ith can tie secured until paid for. I'#r frdvLt or passage apply to EDwAkD K COLLINS A CO , 56 Wall sheet, New York. BIOWN, SHIPLEY * CO., LIverj?c*L C. ?. ROBERTS A CO.. 13 King's Arms Yard, Loadca JOHN MUNROE A CO , ? K ie Notie Dame des Vlctol'es, Pnrls GEORGE H. DRAPER, Havre Hce owners of these ships wlli not be accounta ble f< r gold, sliver, bullion, specie, jewelry, pi?> ? lou atobCM, 01 metal*. uuImn bills of lading arc signed tneicfor,?Md the v*iue thereof theielnex aov 1ft-? I y BY HAILROAO DIRECT TO THK WK8T. Tim* b?twi?D v* ashing tan nuJ Wheeling lot 17 % hours ! Running Time between Washington irJ Cincinnati 27 hoarg TIlllll T1CIITS A NO BA08IHK CKICXJ TO >B miu in wnsaifiatoN. riMIK BALTIMORE ANO OHIO It A I L I HO A l? having greatly improved Its \v eaterii connections, now oilers the fullest InducementMo Travellers between WASHINGTON, BAl.T-1 MOR E, and all portions of the W EST, NORTH W EST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connexion between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more 1m r?lways promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately callrd the R. lay House) tf miles froin Baltimore. This Is the or.*y change of cars required between Washington and the (Jhlo river. Baggage Is checked through to Wheeling at the Wasliliu>ton Station, and recbecked and trans ferred there < with the passenger*) without chart^e,' for thow holding Through Tickets for points l?e yond The connecting xralns lenve Washington daily at 6 a. m and4>fp in. On Sundays at the latter hour only. At WHEELING dirtrt connection is made w 1th the trains of the CF.NTRAL OHIO It A1 L - ROAD, running from Bellalre, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through ?'ambrld^e, ZanesvlLle, and Newark, to COLU.V. BUS. These train* connect et New-uk with thecals of the Newark, Mansfield and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, St Louis, etc At COLUMBUS the C o. K^lroad trains con nc^twith tue fast trains of theLu</? Miatr.t Kaxl ro&d to Xeala, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc Al XENIA (oil Little Miami Railroad) connection Is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock island, St Louis, etc. fry- Passengers holding Thrr.agh Tickets f?.r Mixipkn. Vtcksburg, Muicktn, Af?w Ori***j, etc , whlcn are also sold at Washington--are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mc 11 Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for EvansvlUe, Cairo, and M. Loub' are icid by this route. Ip"* For CLEVELAND, aoJ via Cleveland to Toledo, Detroit. Chicago. e'.c , ticket.* are sold, when ute Ohio i; navigable between Wheeling and WcllsvlUe (foity miles; where a connection with the Clevelaad add Pittsburg Railroad Is ?lie. Travelers are requeued t? rotlus that while this Is the only route afbidlng Through Tickets a.:<t Checks la Washington. It is also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading points la the great We-si. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 653 rnlios, being about lt)0 miles shor e.r the^ by ai?y ctner route! FARE, BY THROUGH TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON '/o Wheeling,f?60; Colum bus, ?13 Dayton, 815 50; (Mnclnnati, 8IS 00; Louisville, by railroad SI fo. by stea.ii?.- from Cincinnati, ild Ouj lndlanapotis, dl7 SO; Cleve lanu. tuiti); Toledo, ?li bu; Detroit. #15 *?: Chlct^o, 4'20 C5 and Hl'J 50: St. Louis, t'ic SO ana 9^5; Memphis, New Orleans. f3l: etc. ft A" FOR FREDEHlCk AND HARPER'S h EKR Y, iYi AH TINS BURG, CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND,and FAIAMOUNT, far:<*eii}-,en! may l*a*e Washington at C a. sn. or X p. :n. For the iclnoi- w?ry ttations between Baltimore aca Wheeling, tatc S a. m. ti?ln from Watblngtos. \l~J-!?'01" Lain* i: .-.xd i'Oat B?!t'*i*M, Anatolia, e'-., scd npe?:l<il advertisements U j"For further information. Throuvb Vickeis, Jk?..appi/ io THOMAS M PARSONS, Ar?nl, at WkftLln^ton Stat'on. JOHN d. DONE, Mi aster of Tiansporta'.ioA, Baltimsre and Ohio Kaliroad, Haltluurc tuy S?tf llftCMOVAL. ri\l!E SUBSCRIBER WOULD MOS1 RE a spectfullv Inform his customers and the^a^ public generally, that he has removed hls^^B future from the south to thenoith sldcof Pa. AA avenue, between Eleveuth and Twelfth JB* 1 streets, where be will keep a fulI and well elected assortment of the beet and latest stvleof F R ENt'II CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. As the excellent business stand will enable him to do a much larger business, he feels assured that he can furnisa Gentlemen's Garments on more moderate terms than heretofore Having practised for a number of years In Germany, England and France, he Is confident that he can please all those who may favor him with a call. Feeling grate ful for past favo.-? he solicits a continuance of the same. G. F. StillAFER, nov I'J Merchant Tailor. COUGHS, t OLDB, HOAHSKNKSH, lie. I^EHSONS predisposed to Pulmonary Atfec lions ltu?X this the moat trying season, owing to the suddcii changes in leiuperature; yet by a little care, adoptlu^ watui clothing and supply ing themselves with .? v,.??>d pr^ ptlou or uou^h reihedy they may easily waid off what may else prove a aan^erous whiter companion. TY LER'S COMPOUND GUM ARABIC SYRUP has been so long knowu ajsd highly appreciated as one of our most Innocent, yet eiB< aclous, plea sant, and (slno<? the reduction lu price,) economi cal remedies, that It may be recomiiu tided and used witl. thi utmost confidence. |t is sold at *25 cents, or three bottles in one, 90 cents. Wholesale by PATTERSON A NAIRN and STOTT A CO ; and retail by most Druggist*, hi Alexan dria by PEEL A STEVENS; Georgetown by Mr. CISSELL. oet* !HIN? K 1WKAT. Mince meat of superior quality. mad** from Virginia Mountain Beef and Fruits and Spices of the purest and best quality, unaer my own supervision, foi sale at my store, oomer of Vermont avenue and 15th street nov 13 /. M P RING, THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Or. KENNEDY, ?( R?xhnry, Hit discovered in one of our common paitiii wkkds a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR: 7BOM TH1 WORST SCROFULA DOWN TO A. COM MON PIMPLK. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder humor ) He ban now in his

possession over two hundred certificate* of it* vir tue, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles will cure the worst kind of pimples on the fare. Two to three bottles will clear the system of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the wont canker In the mouth and stomach Three to five bott'es are warranted to cure the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted to cure all humor In the ayes. Two bottles are warranted to cur* runnlne of the ears and blotches among the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and running ulrers r One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to vire the worst case of ringworm Two to three bottles are warranted to cur? the most desperate case of rheumatism Three to four bottles are warranted to cure the salt rheum. F Ive to eight bottles will cure the worst cases of scrofula. A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle, and a perfect cure Is warranted when the above auantlty Is taken. Header. I peddled over a thousand bottles of tills In the vicinity of Boston. I know the effect of It Lit every case So sure as water will extin guish Are, so sure will this cure humor I never sold a bottle of It but that sold another; after a trial It always speaks for Itself There are two things about this herb that appears to me surpris ing ; ll!->t tlK'.t it throws lu our pastures in some places quite plentiful, and yet Its value has ! ?yrr 5>eeii known until I discovered it In InliU-secoTO, that It should cure all kinds of humor. In order to give ?on?e Idea of the sudden rise and great popularity of the discovery, I wiil state that In April, 1853, I peddJ ?d It, and sold about? bottles p?-r day- In April, H51, I sold over I tssi bottles per dny of It. Some of the wholesale Druggists who have been In business twenty and thirty years, say that no thing In the annals of patent medicines was ever like It. ThcTe Is a universal praise of It from all quarters. In my own piactir.e I always kept It strictly for humors?but dr.ce Its Introduction as a general f.nnlly medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found In It that 1 nevor suspected Several cases of epileptic llts?a disease which was always considered Incurable,have been cured by a few bottles O, what a mercy If It will prove effectual In all ce?*es of that awful malady- -there arv but few who have seeu more of It then I have. I know of several eases of l)ro)>*y. all of them ao?-d people cured by It For the various diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dysjiepsla, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly In dis?a?es of the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery has done more gr??id than aoy medicine ever known. No change of diet ever necessary eat the best you can get and enough of it. liirtrtion* for Us* ?Adults one table spoonful per day?Children over ten years dessert spoon ful- Culldren from five to eight years, tea spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all con stltutlons, fake sufficient to operate on the bowels twice a day. MANUFACTURED BT DONALD KENNEDY, No. 1*20 Warren strett, Hoxbury, Mast Pkick, Onk Dollar Wholesale Assents? New York City, C. V. CLICKNER, Hi Barclay street ? C. H RINti, lit! Broadway; A B A 1) SANDS, loo Fulton street. Philadelphia, T \V DYOTT A SONS Baltimore, URo\v N A BROTHER, CANBY .V HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Uru,"gists In the l!niied States and British Provinces, and also by the Druggists of this City. ort'21-ly DOCTOR HOOf LAND'S CELEBRATED (German Bitters, PREPARED ST Da. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'*., Pn, WILL KFPECTUALLT CDU LIVER COMPLAINT, DY8PEP81A, JAL1CDICB, Chronxo or Xervou* DtUUty, '^ntn of tk* KiJueyt, and all dittaio* m irinj /torn m dis order gA Lxvtr or Sttmmth. Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness, or Blood to the H^ad Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, Heartburn, Disgust for food. Fullness, of Weight in the St..mach. Sour Erurtations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of th?-stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart, Choking or iting Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots of Webs liefore the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Mead, Defi ciency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning In the Flesh, Constant Imaginiugsof Evil, and Kr,iat Depression of Spirits r|MIE PROPRIETOR, In calling the attention J of the public to this preparation, does so with a fueling of the utinn<,t confidence In its virtues and adaptation of it to the diseases for which It is fef oinmended. It Is no rn-w and untried article, but one that haa stood tin t*st of a ten years' trial befote the Amer ican peon!?, and Its reputation and sale Is nnrl vallet! by any similar preparations extant. Toe testimony in it:! favor given by the most promi nent and well-known Physicians and individuals, lu all parts of the country Is Immense. The fol lowing from Nortn Carolina Is respectfully sub mitted, referring any who may >tlU doubt, to the "Memo.ablila/' or Practical Receipt Book, fot Farmers ,ii;d l aiiiliies, to be had gratis of all th? Agents for the German Bitters Principal Office aud Alanufhiteiy, AttCd SIR LET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TEfa'tflMOKY 1 RO.M NO?k? CAROLINA fftrlt/lcttU ?/ or. X P??.- Hill, Aith' C??Hly, iV. C. Pins Hill, March 1,1:354. Ds C. M Ja?z?&x, Philadelphia?Dear Sir; I have been a subject of Dyspepsia, In Its worst form, for the last ere years. Such was my Condi tlon for twelve months ii at the phyMcl&ns and all who saw me said 1 die. While In th'.j con dition I was carried to the watering places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, std North Carolina, but wa? not benefitted by any vrater to which I wa^ taken. While on my way home 1 stopped a week at Ruth* erforuioa, a e-mail village in o;ill Carolina., to Iry the elf.-ot of some Chalybeate water lu thai place. About the last cf the week 1 went into a dm? tiore to get some medicine for my child and myself. There were severni of the village puysl clui.s In the store, and one of tb^m seemed to take some Interest In my ca3e, and, after asking me come questions, t>aid he had been a dyspeptic and had been greatly benefitted by the use of HOOF LAND'S tieiKMAN BITTERN, prepared by Sou, and h? insisted that 1 Wouiu try the BIU?i*. Le also W|M .ae next day at my room, a.ud in sisted ?j iuucL that 1 *?ould try thene that I a>kei him to re' :.te oue bottle He did It, and 1 co* weaced t^Vlcg It a* alroatad, iud i wjus more ben efitted oy a th&a alt th? water and Ufeiiciite 1 usd ?vsrtaken. Afier teachlR*- hsae ots at uy self b'oo.t r.#me 1o ate for a prescrlptioa sad ?s?--Jlulna, (he a dys sspdlG,) and I gave hl?4 nearly all the BlUers 1 hud icit, which e.ffected much pood in his case. He has often called ? i uirt for more of the sain: kind of medicine. ?&yug hi mere benefitted by it than any other he i?ad taken, wut I h<?ve not been able to get any more for h!o? or myself since: will you, therefore, pietse ship a." a doien si aioTf as soon as possible. ItMpoctfully, yo'.iTt, W. SMITH. D. R. JlOOkKK, Roger's Star#, Wske Co., N October 'i4, Itsait, says: "Having experienced Very great benr At from th? tie of IK ?OF LAND'S tiEKAlAN BITTERS Is Chronic Dysi'Utery and functional derangement of the I.Ivor, and iLs conooudtant? viis, I am deslioui of obuiulug h auauUty of It for me beur-iit of my Community You Will, therefore, please arid S lot, Ac , Ao CERTIFICATE OK W M J. AIWOC9 UvsiTsviLi.1, Yadkla Co., N. C. Nov^mOer 1st, 1M55 Dr. C. ftl. Jadksoa D.ju Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discover! of a medicine which, to say the least of It. has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have taken, have entirely failed to do. HqOFIANII'S UERMAN BITTERS have cured me of the moat stubborn and aggravated case of the ?u.k* that, perhaps, ever /ell to the lot of man. My case U uot a stranger in this community, as I am well fcuown In thl^ and the surrounding counties, aud can truly say that my recovery has astounded all my friends and relations, as I nad tried everything recommended, and nothing did me any go<id uu tll 1 was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. Vou are at liberty to make any use of this communloa tloti for Iba benefit of the aflllc.tcd, you may think ptd>?;. *?uly, >cur?, r ^ W41 1 &YWUOI. I These bitters are t.nittli %***.molt, they lnvlg orate and streuKlheu thu systemf never pro?trsU It, and can be used for Infants as well as adults. For sale by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D ?1 L.HAN, Washington; J. L KID WELL, Ueor^elowa, and J. M. PlERPt?NT, Aleiaitdrls. W4' I?If IN ENDLESai VAKIETV, at the fi Emporium of Fancy Goods fetf Pa. avenue.| dec 10 ELLIS. TYLER'* COMPOUND SYRUP OF OHM ARABIC AS A KKMKDY FOR COUGHS COLDS, HOARSEN B8S, ASTHMA, WHOOPINt* COUGH,CROUP,Ac..,ponetm thead Vantages, with the least objections of any other la use. having been extensively used the last twenty year# with unparalleled success, not trumpeted to the world as a specific or cure all, but recom mended as a valuable and scientific auxiliary in pulmonary cash, reedy at band, and one that has been generally found to afford relief where most others have been tried without material ben efit As such It la recognized by number* of our leading physicians, who know Its composition, and have been eye witnesses of Its superior efl cacy, as well as by thousands of our most respec table citizens. who all endorse Its claim to being safe, palatable, economical and efficacious Price 46 cents, or three bottles In one 50 cents Wholesale Agents, PATTERSON A N AIRN ??TT * CO., Penna. avenue; PEEL A d iY^ Alexandria; CISSEL, Georgetown Retailed by Druggists generally 8 ARABIC COUGH AN 1)\ DROPS, the same composition In lozenge form, IS* cent* a box. nov lv j I M M KD IATK RELIEF FOR THE TOOTH-AC HIl IN FOUND. INHERE IS NOW OFFERED TO THE -r? JT?.rita remedy for the cure of ^ i ? ' ^e ont known to core violent tooth-ache Insuntaneously, if Fhe^iln"iiP lefv, ac^ordiaK to direction Should the pain after the first application, in course ol rc aPP#'ar. the name application has to be made again and after two or three application the cure will be effectual and the deeiyM tooth a* useful as any other This really Indlvpei.sah^ remedy causes no pain, and is WurranUsfT, havt no Injurious cffect wbn(fv^r HAI%?U&A'^ LKHUKK '* TO? r" A'?? oALSAM Price 25 cents per phla' Tobe had at the Drug Store* of A J Hltu: LEV t'HAS STOTTA CO , D. J uTson V H ARBAUGH, and J U GARDNER A CO , Washington. BO? ' OIBI.ES AND I'RAVER BtlOKS. IN RICH ' V..e vH' Turkey Morocco, and plain binding Children* Books, the most extensive assort ment to he found In the District Mis. Bunk ley's Escaped Novice, price 81 liar per s Magazine for January Al*o, a la rye a*>..irtmf nt of !v*rv and r.farl handle PENKNIVES, PISTol.S o?all kind? I; or sale by K K LUNDV, _der.Sl_tr No lies Bridge ?t , Georgetown PK I V ATI. i>l fr/lll C Al, THKATISCC PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MAKRIAOF BV M. it. L. A (HOIK, M. II.. A LB AN \ , N. V., Pni(t* and 130 Fin*, r!<i,,1 Colon! Ln\. o%rnpk% rtm4 Plntrs. Pttci osi.y Twkxtv Fivr Cb*ts. Sent Free of Postage to all part* of the I nlon. CMIEAPEST BOOK EVER PUBLISH ED? / and coiitilnlng nearly double the qua nMty of read ing matter In that of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS It treats on the PH YSJOL OGY OF M ARRl A(>E, aud the Secret Infirmities and Disorder of Youth and Maturity, resulting froinex cesses. which destroy the physical and mental pow-%?, ers. with Observations on , Marriage, Its duties and di?qual:ilcatIons, and their remedies, with Lithographs, lllustratli*' the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases,.f the Re productive Organs of both sexes, their structure, uses, and functions A popular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Duties and Causaltle* of sin gle and married llf^? happy and fruitful alliances, mode of securiBfc them?Infelicitous and infertiie ones?their ohviatlon and removal ?Important hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will overcome objections to it; none, however, should take this important step without first consulting its pages-commentaries on the diseases and medical treatment of females fr? in infancy u? old age, each ca*e graphically Illustrated t.y beautiful lithogra phic plates?nervous debility. Its causes and sure, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual that failure islmposslble?rules for daily manage, rnent?an es>-av on Spormafnrrhu-a. with practical ob-efvarlons on the safer and more successful mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re. suiting from empirical practice?an essay on all diseases arising from indiscretion, wiil plain and simple rules by which ail persons can c.ire them selves without mercury-remedies f, r those self Infti?fed miseries and disappointed hope* so un fortunately prevalent In the young. It is a truth ful adviser to the married and tho*ero:it.-mplatin? marriage. Its perusal is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition and who arecoitNci?.is of Lav ing hazarded the health, happiness,and prlvlle ~ to which every human being Is entitled Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, or Five Caides for One Dollar Mailed. free or ikm age, to all parts of the United State* N B?Those who prefer may consult Dr LA CROIX upon any of tne diseases upon which this book treats, either personally or by mail. Medi cine sent to any part af the Union according todl rer-tions, safely packed audca-efully secured from all observation Address Dr M B I.A CROIX, No. :jl Maiden Lnne. or Post Office Boi f,79 Albany, N . V |?7" Oflloe open daily, from ? a m to U p m and on Sunday from 1 until 5 p m. IL7" Ottlce REMOVED from No 5ft Beaver st to.'II Matdrn Lane, Albany. Stw York dec 28?1y . TO ALL THAT VALUE THKIR SIGHT TT^ISHES to call the attention to ail that suffer Vr with defective si^ht, caused by aye, sick ness and particularly from glasses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES aud GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spuerical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely aud beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye Very ujmerous are the 111 ettects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer, ana the practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and rfuch glasses that are ab?.oiutely ie uuired will be fmnfshed with precision aud ^atls faction. J . f. acknowledges the very Aberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that Lave not yet availed them selves of his aid. Persons th .t cannot conveniently call, by wnd lng the glasses in use, and statiug how many inches they can read this print with their epecta cies, can be supplied with au^h that will improv their sight. r Innumerable testimonials to be seen ;'and .eTer encet given to many who hnvederived the ereatesi ease and comfort from his glasses Cliailars to be had gratis, at his office No Sii Seventh street, three duors from odd Fellow*' Hall, up otalH. NoifoLK, September ?, l^i.1, SpcclicleH y^u Uaiult for tue suit v^ry well, and seem to have Improved my ale hi w* .>t thau aay oiht.r 1 h^ve lately irlod LITT. W. TAZi.?vELL, I have tiled a pair of Sptjctae.lea obtain.-d ft? a M?. IOi?liK, uad find U'ein of y^reat iMittuice M my sight, aud corresponding with his deseriptloi of the focus. 1 rcCoUiiiiend liiia as a eilliriil optl? ?1*?- HENRY A WISE Mr J V tri? : Sir?'tl:e palrof rsper taeieey?? Lsmlthod u--; yesterday are partlculariy satixfst tory to mt taey rre very c&ciaodiv the b.-st 1 pos-.e.*, ?nd I am the owner of eight or nine pair, ca'efully selected In different |>lac<-s tud from op ticians recommended to mt on account ?f their Croieesional standing In Lu^iand, Fran ana the United States. 1 h?ve been a!-o pleased with your remarks and dlror.tloils on the tieatmcut et the eves, for thepuipcaeof p.ebtrviog auJ tui^iv-v loe tLe siK^i Krspectfully. yours, CHAS CALDWELL, Professor of M C , Louisville, ly. Ltncbll&e, Nov 10, Mr. Jeha 'tobias having furnished me vtitk ? lathes, by which I have been greatly aided (my vision havlug suffered greatly from rcadlag at night In my earlier life) it affords nu the hlgnest pleasure to -.ay that 1 consider him a sklUfnl prac tical optician, and well prepared to aid ;h?Hie whs stay seed his professional services WM B ROUZIE, Elder Of Methodist 4'otifeleSM. Wilmi.imToN. N t; , Jab 27, ls>4. Mr. J. Tobias: Dear Sir- I aiu happy to say that the Hpertacles whlcl^l obtained from youUsl week are entirely saclsfactoiy. Frotu an luoqtial ity In the visual range of my eye?, I have heieto fore found r"ieat dldlculty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance It alTirds me (d-aieiie to state that, by the aid of your optometer, thl? dlfll cutty has been happily obviated so that the^Uskaa you furnished me aredcddedly ihe adapted ts ay eyes of any 1 have ever yet us?d Very respectfully, yonts, R B DRANE, Hector of St James Pariah Department of luteilor, May 7, 1?45. From natural defw^ts and the unequal ranpe o( My eyea. I have be*n compelled to use glasses for several years I have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfei tly fitiod to my eyes. Four luonths since Hr Tobias made two pairs especially f<?r me, which 1 have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he is enabled to adapt GWa?fh minutely to the eye. I most cheerfutly reeommend Mr. fobta? lo all having occasion to usrgU?~e??, and besr uy testi. Aoay as to his skill as an optlclau. HENRV E BALDWIN, Assist Seo'y wsigs Lakd WanaaU. |y it?*f ULKNWOOU I'ftkMETKKY, Offlcs Pa. ftrinr nut itruL (OVBl TMI fiVlll't BANK ) This ckmktf.ry is indent on a-p;,, ? the celebrated ?rwnwo,j of New \ ..rk ?.,? altuated on tbe b1;;b ground diatant oat u4 ? quarter miler? north ?*f tor Capital?North I'aptioi street leading dlrecuy to tb? *ivwfv This Company Lave secured acharterfromCoa gre -a. appropriating their p round Ibrrtr: to banal purpo?e?. making a fee title to tb* p i<ruM?-r ti.a prohibiting all encroachments from legislation ?r otherwise, wblcb la of va*? import,. e to thoae who wish their dead to repose wine they h?v? placed, for It ha* Imc.iuc a custom In all other cities when the bnrlai ground t** omea Tain able for ether purpose* to sell It. ar.d throw tn? lead promiaconsly Int.* one large pit end l<vai measure* cannot prevent U, aa no title a are glvra ?o the ground N K ? Ottre open from 10 to 12 o'clock a n , where Pamphlets, containing the CfcnitM m* Laws. and a map of the ground, and all other la formation, can be obtained. All order* left with Mr. Jame? I" Harvey. No tit) Seventh street, or any other undertaker, win ba promptly attended to. ?e l- lv SOMKTHINb TO OLD AND lObMb. FKUrBfebOR WOdlt I HAIE KE8T0&AT1VK. rpHIS preparation, although lews th.m twu yeara A before tLe public, owln,: to Ita wonderful ef feet* upon the aumaii hair and tcalp, baa already obtained I celebrity and sale perfectly tie paralleled It bar without theordlnary appliance uaed for aarh purpose*. won It* way. and if* * hearttlv welr otnnd to moat of the cltte?> and town. In the United Stales. the Canada*. and the V\m India Island* Nor la tbl* result surprMr. when It In reiuemU i.-d that Ita popularity la La*ed >.p<>u lu li.erlta, solely aa established bv' I-**? That thla preparation will actually Kentore gray Hair to It* Natural Color, prod-i-* a luxuriant growth upon the beada tbe bald present ibr hair from falling olf and When ?iserfV. n tonic ar ticle, lo.dice a cor tlnual Mow of tbe naU'*; fluid and ttnia render the balr *? >ft. giowy a< rt \*?v. destroy diseases of the aralp, aad exp--l' the errtlflralM of d!?t'nf>?ilsbed geatlem. n and ladl<* lu . very part of th* country wfco have tried It, and th. r?-!orr st < ak what they knf w m?st - It attest. Tbat by a proper Mae <>f tbl* Re*toatlva tee hair can lie nuidc to attain and retain It* natu ral rotor to elmost any aye aloMM to bumsnUy, by removing the cause of diaeane from tbe neal^> no matter how U?ng standing?the concurrent u ? tlm >nlals of tbe pres.- and tbe cettlftcates of un inerooa respectable Individual* of U?iL ***<?, ij tt ?- MlflUl curative, aa well aa of tfer m w,. M-udutkMU of <-dl:or- and cetUtcate* before ?Uu d.-?l to, cau Le t> ad <?/ all ageata, .tia-'f , Jan 11. I V. I'aor \\ ooii Urn Hit Having luitdi- Irltl your Hair Itt rtorailvr It give* :?x pleaaurv Um( that It* ?-tf'-.'t hae b ra etc* lieai in ?? in< flng ta* S?nitiu.;llna, daudr'ill. and a ton..tar.: laadeuey ta UcLlng. wtih which 1 b&?( beta tr.ubl. d fr.'.^ ChtldLnori udtailM <d?p^ \ali, wt; * wa? b-^ tNmln/ cr?.y, tra c? crl^ra' o<"!or I haa# used no other aittrV, with anvthlag uke tbe ua? pieaaare and ^.roli Youra, truly . J. I bKA"?. Paaiar af (irth&dox Church H'ocklc.4 CaKLTLB, IU.. Jd&e *7. 1h? 1 have ured 1'rof t> J. Wood'a Hair Iran - tlv?, and have admired lu wcaderf;:l ? M ? hair Wtta becoming, aa 1 tb< ught. paematcieif gray; but by tbe use of his ?-Koatcratlee ? It a?? rnxuinod Ita orlglual colo;.acd I have po dou??i periaaaeally ao. ^lUNKV UKKI.Hl., Ki SemaUir baiudsutea. Ptov. Wooll>ear Sir?My halt i oiuiuaaoed falling; off *on*e tbrec or four yeaie atace, aud Coa tinned to do ao until 1 bec :?e ^nlte beJd I trl u all the txjpi.Ur remedlea of tb^ day, but to n ? ? r feet, at urn I v?ae Induced to r.tue your ceW-b.?i<-4 Hair Keatoratlve. and ara very happy to t?y u l? doing wonders I have sow a tue givwti k( gouuK hair, and cb<vrfully raco'SUirAd Ita I. all aiu.liarly .Xlcted A 45 Wli.l.UbMJN, IT! Second atrret Addrena II J WOOU & CO Proprietor* ^|| Hro.ndway, New Sorb, aad 114 M/.rke* kirrH *. l<oula. Mo. 0 aroi'l i CO., wbaleaklc ??4 fi\l' a^^^^ Waahlngt<m ? W UVOTT d. SUNS, Cetera. v> b. ?. . ? Agent Philadelphia au I I* Carter's Spanish Mixture THE U RE AT rv HI hi EH li ETH E Ht.OOi> Meat Altrrntive Kmwum!! Hot a raaiitjaor attratr m IT'!! An Infallible renwdv f?>r Scrofula. klrv- * Kvli, Kbeumatl- in, ?'bf.tlr.nte .s l"i ?j itoi Pliiip'e* or Po^tule* on the F are, |;i,... be-[ Holl*, Ag >e ar.d fever, Chr.^nle pore fr-yes. Kln^woim or Tetter, S'a'd II.aid. Kal*i?e rneiit and pain of tLe and**, Si<i Kheum. St illborn I Irer*. Svpbiiltie IM^tibri, B!iJ ill dl>?a?e<> arl?lag from nn i.?judi< lo.i* u% of Mercury, lutpri.d^c e lu l.ift- or I miv Mt, . ( the Mood. fPHIS j-r?-at remedy, uli!- L La? ??econe- so r-.p 1 ldl v and *o Ju?ti. Ce4? I rated for Its r Ktrai'tU. nary etfi< aey l-i reiievliif aed enrlag n??nv c.f the ino?.t obatlnate and temi?le fore * of at ease wuu whi< h mnnklnd I* athirtr<d , 1> now odrredtnth' public, with tberontdent a.saurancethat no IU|i icaL luruVEKV ever made ha* been so emlib nt v aucce*t>ful In curing Scaortri.a. and *Liixt>ia or TBg Hi.ooti, a* CARTKK'S SPANISH MIX TURK. The proprietor* are receiving by every lull moHt ttatlenng and a*toulHlilng detatla of rur?u. lintde lu ail part* of the country, and In mo*' ra%. * where the skill of tbe bent Pli^klua bad luvi ried in vain 11* iMiWt-r ?tver the Kr oot< l> truly remarBat>i? and ail dlaea-ea urislnu froin iBipurlty of the ??r^jt SilT or LlFI have Oeet, re!lev. d and cured with out a lR^le failure, ctjt ??f the tVou*ai.d? who t ii*ed it. Carter's spanl*h Mixture t??Ulai iin Mercury, Oplun-. Ar^en.e, or any daagerova drit^s, b :t is rcaii).>w d of Itintts ar.d II ??:??* eoni blnrd with other (n^redlenta of known v1:?tie a..u nay be given to tbe y?Min^e*t Infant or nn?t ?i. bihtated luv&lld, witbout tbe lecat teil tatloa. We have only room for abort e\tia<t* ftow il? volume* of te*timony in our poaM-^aion. and i t from gentlemen of the Mgbe?; renp^ 1.1I lltv known lit tbelr various localltlea. |*!r.t - r?; J f.> youraetvea. We tak?? t r,-iit p.e^?uie lu calling tne a!t?aUei ot our r?-adera to the n<erits of ? arter ? >pj;iiat Mixture x* a remedv for d.M-a*?-* of the t>lo<>d t: enjoya a reputation in thla city unequalled bv a: other preparation.? ilat.'y I'ny.urk, R\rkwo%J Va The Hon John M Botta.of Va .sayahecoii*ll era it a matter c.f duty to add lila ie*timouy t<> UJ vlrtuea of Carter's spai.^ti Mixture, raoH aniat PkaeomL oaaaavAT:wn of lu remarkableiara tlve powers for the d -ease* in whkrh It ta '.n? 1 W e have been cured of a violent and protrat o-J Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture know It to be all It profeaaeo ?Initio? Soul4?.ii Democrat, Pii$rsbu*f. Va We have found from pvracial tr'.a:. that Car ter's Spahish Miaturv is a truly valuable m^dl clnc?Ed Ttrgfuntt lndep<*4mt. Vi UKEAT CVkS OE SC KG EL LA -A firaafr man In our employ was cured of Scn-f <ia of ? vt? nlent charactei by a few bottle* of Carter * >pa. ? lah Mixture, after everything elae h:.u falied Oth er cures which have come under our ? WV v t>-< >a* tlod. prov*-a to us conclusively. real:/a ? iab!e medliinal 3t?ent We take i r. ^t , oa? In calling the attention of the uftn-ii-d to (t bis.' l!.<?Hi. tMvid H*ynhlfan SYPHILIS - I have seeu a nimV- ? ' ?< l?t .?!??? re Svphlll* }>erfonn?'d bv" Cartfr'a Spa^ I WlleVr it to be a jk rlect antid* t- r tti-. L rtl bledisease. K. Hi'K 11*N. t.jua. of be veil ae fir city <-t Rki?n*?^?i LI f KR DISEASE - r'amuel VI !>? It ot the i?-ri r\{ ilrirkei i Xorr??. HooBiw lier-- llb'h n..>ud. v , was cu: -d ??f Id ret dt.-^aM- of i*TrrK* y.nrs nand'ng by only three fettles of Cart? ? SpanHh Mlrture. t)LU SORES. BLCERV 4.V1# 0 8 ST'.VATi E R V PTIO NS ON THE SMIN See *??>< <* of Air. ll^rwood, and otber*. detailed In oar A' ruaiia^ The number of auch c^aea cured by ? ar ler'a SpvnUu M txture, precludes the p'>a*ibliU? of lusertlug iLem in an adv. rtla- nient KEEECTS OE MEHCUKY See tbe cure ot Mr Klmore He wa* eaten up with Men urwn^ Could oMvlii no re'lef, until he took all bottles Carter's Spanish Mlilun , wnleh perf?-< tiyMlaid hint b* Utb and vl^cr. NF.VRALlilA ?Mr F Hnyd?r. formerly of the Astor Hoiiae, N V bnt more recently pr< prl etor of the Kveban^e Hotel, K1ehm.*nd. wa* < urrd of Neuralgia by Carter'* M|ianl?h Mixture Mince tiiat time, 'be *ays be has ae*en It cure more titan a buudred < aa?a of the dlsra*< In whleh It l? uw4. He never fhlla to recommend It to the *?)< ted RHEVMATiSM -Mr John F. Harrison, Urugglat. of Martiuabuig, Va ^ Wtlu-a ot the aln 9>uUr cure of a violent case of kbeuuiatiotu The patient could uot walk A few bottles eullrti, cured ti 1 it* SCROFULA Mr Hariiaon also writes of* Biat cure ol Serofula, In tbe person of ? yonuf y, (of tLier yvarr standing,) wbU halltbe d. tora conld not rea< b. S?t bottle* made aeureol her. StPHlLfS L)r h T ll.-udle, of Waahlnf toll. 1) C , whocured an obatlnaleca^e of ?>pln lis by Carter'*Spanlab Mixture, says "it acts so cially on the (1 lot id, l.lver and Skin and taprouift and ettl< lent In lla results " l?r John Mln<re, formerly of tbe City H?*el. Klrhmond. now <?f Alabama, saya be La* Carter'a Spanish Mixture administered In a ruir. ber of cases with aatonlablngly voud eke. t Hr recommend* It aa '-the most eB< lent alterative >? il*e '' , SAI.T RHEUM A X ft SC NO HI LA ? N* Jo* Koblnaon.of Wnoater. tlblo, w? ntrwl M Scrofula and Salt It bewm of tbree year* atdndinv by only three bottle* of Carter ? Spanish Mliun AN S. IIKKRS A CO , Profrte4or?, No MM Uroadway, New \ ?ms. - li ]P Pri-V VI per bottle, or al* bottles fo. For sale by CHAS STOTT, Waah1a>rt;?u l' C , and Druggists generally. *ot I 'I