Newspaper of Evening Star, February 2, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 2, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR MEMORIES OF YOUTH m BT HEIfRT I. OER The memories of my by-gone youth, Hew happy and how gay; When mirth, and Innocence, and truth, Sprang budding In my wav, When bird* *ang tweeter none* than now, And flower* wer?- far more fair, When smiles were wreathing every brow. In mockery of care. The brooklft* rang with music then, With song* that *eem to bless; And ev'ry hill, and d*le, and glen, Was cloth'd in loveliness The heart, enchanted, would not rove Ftorn scenes ?o purely bright, But trilled, like nl?ht birdsTn the grove, A tune cf soft delight. How chang'd is now the fairy view, riy boyhood loved In vain ' The sweet delusions fancy drew Are blurred by toil and pain. The bow of Hope, that spann'd my sky, Ha* faded from the si^nt; The change* taught that youth i? nigh To sorrow?day to night! Ah' well such changes grave on Life, A lesson sad, but wise; Thsy bid the soul, from fiercest strife, In majesty arise. They bid her seek the trodden way*. And brave the storm-cloud's frown, To win the victor's glorious bay* Or else the martyrs crown. West's China, and Heine's Japan Pano ramas, are being exhibited in New York, with indifferent success. 13>?' A bachelor the other morning remark ed that wive* who use the needle are like the enemy spoken of in the parable?they sow tarej while the hnsbandman sleeps. tf^Caution and fear are the shields of hap piness Unguarded joy begets indolence; in dolence produces security; security leads to rashness; and rashness ends in ruin. In or der to rejoice lorg. it is necessary that we rejoice with trembling MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. f BOM TBI VNITSD STATS*. ynmt Ltarts For V<tf Persia New York.... Liverpool....Feb '? Fnlton New York.... Havre Feb 9 Arabia Boston Liver pool,... Feb 13 raoM koRon. Pacific Liverpool New York...Jan 23 Pertda Liverpool New York...Jan 26 The California steamers leevc New York on the 5th and >'.h of each month The Overland Mailt to India and China. We have often been asked for Information In re gard to the departure of the Mali* from England to Ohina 'Ihe following maybe interesting to those who have correspondence with the Kant: The malls leave Southampton on the 4th and of each month, and arrive at Gibraltar about the 9th and 25th of same month ; arrives at Malta about the 14th and 30th of same month ; arrives at Alexandria about the 18th of same and 1th of fol lowing inon'h. Leaves Suet about the "20th ?r 21st of same and 3tb or 6th cf following month. arrives at Aden about the 23th or 26th of same and 10th or 12th of following month. Leave* Aden about the 2?th or t?7th of same and day of arrival for Bombay, and 11th to 13th for China, Ac. Indian Navy steamer arrlve*at Bombay about the 3d to 5th and ltflh to 21?t of following month P. and O steamer arrives at Pelnt de Galle about the 6th or 7th and 22d to 2:Jd of followirg month; leaves Point de Galle for Pulo 1'enang the same day, If the steamer ha* already arrived which uke? the mall on ; arrives at Pulo Penang about the Pith or 13th and2;th and 29th of follow ing month; arrives at Singapore about the 13th or i6th and 31*t or 1st of following month; leaves Singapore about 12 hours after arrival; arrives at Hon* Kong about the 22d or 24th and 6th or l()th of following month, leaves next day for Shanghai. Two mails leave England?one on the 6th and 90th of each month?via Marseilles, and arrive at Alexandria about the same time a* the Southamp ton mail. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS Wlllards* Hstsi?r. #. A a. a. whumb. P W Wetmore. NY G F Emerson, Pa H Doolittle. O M Meylect & ly, Pa E Masi, DC R A Lock wood. Cal B F Chandler. NH Hon P 8 Brooks A l'y, 8C W 3 Sorell, VSS J H Meredith, Md E Wade, do Mrs Wade, do Mrs E Mitchell, Pa Mrs A Slade, do W F Miller, do 8 Smith A ly, Md H H Groabreck, Va S A Kaline. Ga J C Gill, WT G G Church. Mass E D Howell, 111 J Wllmer, Pa W N Harrison. Md J Eir.berley, Md S Lewis*,n, Va J C Reynolds. O J D Howard, NY Mi.vs Howard, do Miss Miller, ??o H D Silllman A ly. do Miss ^iiliman, do D C Ward A ly, NY J Phillips, do S W Batchford, Md W T Kerllg, NC Capt Khett. USA Dr M ason, V a C H Rhett, DC A B Walee A ly. Va R Stanly, Md V R Greenwood- do C Seymour, Ct T Shelman A ly, NY S Shelman. do J Con tee, Md C L Ward Pa T Burr A ly, Mass H Cutts, Vt H Dawson. Va A D Appleby, Md S Reed. Va E Robinson A ly, NY Miss M Robinson, do S Spencer, Ky W Spencer, ao J T Mabon. La j T Mabon, do E Morris, do A \\ llson, do H F Fairfax, Va T P Thompson, do S Gil man, do Nattsaal Hstsl ? willisv got O Morreil, Bait J Wright, do J P McLilton do C Mortlmorc. do E Vanhook. t)C C Guillen, Pa P Freltz, do Dr and Mrs C Walker, Boston S M Smith, O R Mai tin, NK N P Potter, R I W A Stevehs. Mies J M Carter, Va J C Sandy, do A H Pratt, N Y W H Eunn. Ala L H Hobbs, Va A Logan N Y S Ch?pin. Mlti L P Kellogg, do C P Dunn, N \ H Peters, Md B Cur.Is. ly, NY C Harrey, C B Norton, N Y A McEeughlln, Bait A D Hanali, do J W Rally' D Wright, NY S W Hunslcker, Ta J H Klne, Ga J C Lane, NY W B Duncan, Ala F A Fisher. NY W W Goodrich, Ga C Sumnller, Bait w stone, do C Hummell, Pa R C Walker, do J T Barbour, Va E G Sail, Md J Taylor, N Y W Mlgbee, do V Snedake r, do K Fisher, V, Dr J Gedd, Nd S Wighbtnan. Bait J J Codenhead, Ala S J Hobbs. O J Mulllkin. Md o O-rden. Del J D Tucker. Cal J Hampbell. Bait K D Watson, do Mrs \\ hitnev, N Y Frank May, do W 11 Stone, Md J C Dl^rand. do F \\ Paul, N \ P S Oliver, do M E Price, Va Hrswas' Hstsl-T r A ? aaewii J SemervilLe, jr, Md J Cross, Va W M Churchwell A ly, Tenn Mis* Croiier, do N Mayblurn. Tex J Watson. NC W H Goodwin, Va M M Duval. Md P G Gorman, do W Single, do Mia* Neal, Va T L Tilghman, Md J R Bialr. Va W Stevens. Mo J L Bowman, do J Thcmas, Pa M Duvall, Md E H Turpin. Va E S H Win*, do J C Cooker, do B T Bagley, do T Main B Berry. Md JAW ateon. do W P Pumphrey. do F M Lay ton, Va J Ij Blrod^rove, do '1 Shorter, do W Sherman, do J Black. Md W Johnson, do A B Jones A ly, Pa Miss Willis, do Miss Phipps, do E H Wyvill Md G Wlliiston, Me E P Dalton A ly, Mass D A Brown, NY S Bell, jr. A ly, Pa J Marsh, do W P Borland. Mo J L White, NY Mlas W hlte, do M Us Foulke, do J R O'Rourke, do Miss Brady, do Mlsa Smith, do R Pumphrey. Md E Van Hook. DC M Miller, do Miss Miller, do ftirkweed Hssas?, W R Raymond, fa ? Raymond, do Mrs Rupert, do T O'Brien, do J Seldntr, DC l> s Ketcbum, N Y F K?de. Pa C C Sirnohs, Va R Ghesclln, Md BDEn.erson, Minn P H Trone, Va *? * a. niiwsii C I. Emerson. Minn G R Wake, Mass T P Charles, do N S Harris. S" Y W P Hlakey, Va S J Sharp, Md M W Delahoy, Kan J L Ogden. J Rauisay, lv. do R S Child, Md I sited States lists 1? a. c. Hacmif. H S Harrington, Md W Thompson, do W V Boulc, do C E Sinclair. Pa F W Uton E Marshall, do Miss Thomas, do C M Lanphier, Md W Herbert, do Mr Sawtell, NY G R Smith, Va J E Thompson, DC J S Scott, Md R B Kldd, Va Dealer's Hetel?m a. bb*?i?. D Johnson, DC W H GtiMth, N Y LPBsfne.Md JBo? ,NY T * Hatch. NY J B Read, Ala NOHTHWE6T BUSS IJ,DUJI SERVICE in l"46' OrricR of l!*rtA?? I January *21, lBort. $ i ?u11P1WU h WILL ML RECElVbl> AX P*he Offlce In)Ian Affairs until noon of the 20th J # i.'?hm*rv next for furnishing and deliver tSJJi-bSrSI ? ? the 1.. day of May, 1*0, iiS our hslf on <* ?"? tb** ? <<?> of June next ?one thousand Northwest guns for the Indian department, to be delivered to the agent of the de partment at either of the cities of New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Boston,Cincinnati, De troit, St. Louik, or Chicago, as the bidder may elect; and the right will fce reserved to require the above amounts at one time or at different times, at and after the specified dates, or to order, at any time in the year 1^56, at the same price and of the same quality, inv additional number of guns actually required in the service. Each bidder will be required to exhibit a sam ple or samples of the kind and quality of gun or guns he proposes to furnish, and the department reterves the right of accepting such bid or bids as are believed to be most advantageous to the In dians, considering serviceable qualities, price, Ac.; but no bid will be considered unless accom panied by a sufficient guarantee that If the Md of the party Is accepted, he will enter Into contract accordingly, and give security for the perform ance of his contract within ten days after the The sample or samples of the accepted bidder *111 oe retained at this office; and all guns to be delivered must, in every respect, be similar and fully equal thereto. Before the acceptan~e of the guns -ach one will be subjected to the m^st iWough and rigid inspection and comparison with the sample gun, and those that are not found similar, and fully equal In every respect, will be ? a j /y f(|il A bond In an amount exceeding that of the bid will be required for the faithful execution of the contract on the part of the successful bidder. Payment for any quantity or quantities received will be made through the United States treasury Immediately after the d?lly*ry and acccptance thereof GEO H. M ANN V P KN N Y, Jan 22?d3tA3tawtl9thFeb Commissioner, j NAVY DEPARTMENT, Bureau of Construction, Ac., January 12, 1806 Propositions will be received by this bureau, until the 12th of Febrmry, for the following articles for the United S'ates steamer Mississippi, to be delivered at the navy yard, New York : , ? Two vertical tubular l>oilcrs, to be made of the best charcoal bioom boiler plate* ; tube sheets to be one-hall inch, water bottoms and ash-pits sev en-sixteenth, shell three-eighths of an inch in thickness. All the external parts to be double rlvetted, and caulked on both side* where it can be got at to do so; no screw stays to be used in the lews, water bottom*, or steam chimney. The crowns and sides of shell to be stiffened by T iron, from which the braces are to lead The oollers will be about twenty-three and one half feet front, by about eleven and one half feet deep, and about twelve and one-half feet h1gt> ; to be furnished with the necessary man and hand hole plates, furnace, flue and damper doors ; lugs t". grate bearers, and for securing boilers to the snip, and to be tested when done at a hydraulic pressure of 35 lbs. per square inch. The tubes to be furnished by the government and to be set by the contractors, the government being responsible for all tubes condemned from tbelr defects, and the contra-tor for all condemned from bad workmanship The price to be per pound 3niched, less the weight of the tubes Also, the prices per pound for such Iron < act ings as may be required for engine and boiler-;, of green sand, of dry sand, of loam, and for one and one-third sets of crate bars, and for composition castings (of copper and tin.) The patterns to be furnished by the govern ment The whole to b" done in the best menner, and to be subject to the inspection and approval >.f such persons a*>the d^pprtment mav appoint Drawings of the bolters will be furnished bid ders on application to the department. Payments will be made far one-third thetr esti mated amount when the boilers are haif com pleted; the remainder when they have been test ed satisfactorily by (team For castings, wh-^n delivered and approved Bidders will be particular in Mating their pMces and the time when they propose to complete ai d deliver the work Bond and good security will be required for the faithful performance of the work and the fulfillment of the contract. Jan 13? lawlw WATCHES. MW. GALT A BRO , OFFER AT ALL ? times every variety of suy>erlor WATCHES and CHRONOMETERS They call particular attention to those made by? Jules Jureensen, Copenhagen, Cooper, Taylor A Dixon, London, Tobias, Beesly A Blundell, Liverpool. Also, Vacheron A Crnstantlne's celebrated Geneva Watches, which from their size and finish are peculiarly suited for ladies Onr facilities enable us to offer the above at the lowest rates 1]^ Repair:*?.?Watches aiid Chronometers carefully repaired by skillful workmen M. W GAI.T A BRO., 321 Pa. avenue, betw. 9th and lbth sta. Jan 12?tf Fine French editions-of rous seau, R.tclne, Scvl^ne, Cornellle, Mollerc, De Stael. D 'cis, Froisuart, Bourdalone, Le Sage, Schiller. Gulzot, Bossuet, Monstrelet, Malherbe, Der?cartOB, Barthelemy. Voltaire. Chateaubriand, Fiorlan. Rabelais fc< rtbe, Malebrauche, St. Pierre, Fenelon, Thierry, Machlavelll, Reguaril, and other writers, may be found at the most mod era'e prices at the bookstore of the undersigned Imported by himself direct from Paris, in finecal ana morocco bindings, some of them with beau tiful illustrations. ?** Also, a smaii collection, various, of French Boors for youth, Paris editions dec26?tr FRANCK TAYLOR LOW ? Pit it EI) CAR PETI3IGS. JUST RECEIVED, AND ON SALE, A LOT of exceedingly low-price Carpetl-gs, which will be rim off at the following extremely low rates : Some at 31 cents, well worth 37^ cents Rome ?t 37cents, well worth 50 cents Some at 50 cents, well worth 82 ^ cents Some at ft-'X cents, well worth 75 cents Also,5baie? superfine irerains, in entirely new styles and superb colors, warranted to wear longer and more creditably to buyer and seller than three pi v Al?o, n bales new style Wool Dutch Carpetings, in new, bright and pretty colors, very heavy and cheap Also, sheets floor Oilcloths, In new designs and colors, which will be cut up as per di agram. CLAGETT, DODSON A CO., Dealers in all kinds of Furniture D y Goods, jan ?eoet N o. 1 M arket Space. EECTIU N ER T I OS POTENTINI WOULD RESPECT fully Inform the dtlxens of Washington that he has purchased the well-known Confectionery establishment of John Miller, which he will carry on with increased facilities for ministering to toe tastes of thoac who may favor him with their pa tronage. He will manufacture and keep m hand a large assortment of fanrv and ornamental CON F EC TIONERY, WEDOING CAKE, CANDIES. JELLIES, CHARLOTTE RUSSE, BLM?C MANGE, and every other delicacy used at BALLS AND SVPPEH PARTIES. When desired, be will attend these or other festive occasions, and furnish tables with every delicacy and luxury, served In the most fashion able style, with punctuality and attention. He has just rec? ived a iartje assortment of for eign BON IJONS,CONFECTIONERY, FIGS. PRUNES, Ac , in fancy boxes and ornamental cartons. Also, ornamental FIG U R ES, I' Y It A MIDS. and other de-. orations for the table, aUDini ner and Supper Partie*. THOMAS POTENTINI, No 279 Pennsylvania avenue, between 10th and llth streets, south side, dec 12 TS HA>1 BLEU'S THICKS WITH CAR1I8 I EXPOSED AND EXPLAINED BY J. H. J Green; price25 cents MORGAN'S MYSTERIES OF FREE MA SON R Y : containing all the Degrees of the Order conferred in a Master's Lodge, as written byCapt Wm. Morgan: price 25 cents. HOME COOK BOOK : containing severalhun dred excellent receipts ; price 25 cents. LAWS OF LOVE: A complete code of gal lantry. containing concise rules for the conduct of a courtship through Its entire progress. Aphor isms on love, the courts of love in tne nineteenth century, rules for telling the characters and dispo sitions of woman; prl??e 25 cents LADIES' GUIDE TO BEAUTY: containing {radical advice on improving the complexion, the air, the hands, the form, the teeth, the eves, the feet, the features, so as to lr.sure the hlghert de cree of perfection, of which they are susceptible, and also upwards of one hundred receipts for va rious cosmetics, oils, pomades; only 25 cents. Any of the above Hooks can be nought of the Age st, ALEX ADAMSON, Seventh street, op 1,0i" ('ffire, where he keeps on hand all ^???P?P^BUCAT,ons1 MAGAZINES, and MKIVsm?oldj L ? 1 N rov 0?.tm* NEW FRUITS?NEW IRl'ITs" EW RAISINS, FIGS, CRANBERRIES j.v Currants, Lemons, paper shell Almonds' Pickles, in vinegar and spiced, at 82 cents a hun dred, Hermetically malfd Fruits; Pickled Fruits of all kinds, very superior and cheap; all kinds of Jellie* In class Jars at 25 cents, with a great variety of fresh and nice articles, suitable for the season. For sale at ray store, a few steps north east of Jackson Statue. W* 14 Z. M. P. K1NQ. Information for Traveler*. THE N"iW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES 11HK SHU'S COMPRISING THIS LINE are the ATLANTIC Cant. We* PACIFIC CaptNye BALTIC Cant. Coms'ock. ADRIATIC These ships have been built by c on titter pre>sly for Government service Every rare u?* been taken In their construction?as in the engines?to Insure strength and spied; and their accommo dations for passengers are uuequalcd for elegance and comfort. HAYS OF SAILING. From .V?if \orl-. From Liverpool. P-56. 1856. Saturday Jan. 5 Wednesday....Jan. 23 Saturday Jan. 19 Wednesday....Feb. 6 Saturday Feb. 2 Wednesday....Feb. 20 Saturday Feb. 16 Wednesday....Mar. 5 Saturday Mar 1 Wednesday.... Mar. 19 Saturday Mar. 15 Wednesday.... Apr. 2 Saturday Mar. 29 Wednesday....Apr. 16 Saturday Apr. 12 Wednesday....Apr. 30 Saturday Apr. 26 Wednesday... May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 28 Saturday May 21 Wednesday....June 11 PRICE OF PASSAG*. From New York to Liverpool, first cabin....$ 130 " " " second cabin. 75 Exclusive use of extra size state rooms 325 From Liverpool to New York. ...30 & 20 guineas No berth can be secured until paid for. An experienced Surgeon attacked to each ship. Shippers please take not ce that the ships of this line cannot carry any goods contraband of war All letters must pess through the -post office? any o'her will be retur?ed The owners of tbese ships wi'l not be account able for gold, silver, bullion, specie, jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed For freight or pissa^e apply to EDWARD h". COLLINS A CO., 56 Wall street, New \ crk. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Austin Friars, London B G WAIN WRIGHT A CO , Paris. GEORGE H. DRAPER. Havre. Notice ?'1 he day <"-f departure of this line from New York,frr 1850 will be Saturday, com mencing January 5, and every alternate Saturday; from Liverpool, Wednesdav, commencing Janu ary 21, and every alternate Wednesday. jau 30-y BY 3AILB0AJ) BXBICT TO THE WEST. ?-J ~ w* jr. Time between Washington and Wbc?liD| bnt 17 ^ hours! Runnmj Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 boors!! lit 1M WABHI!?aTOH. riiiit: haltinoHK a.iu ohio rail J. KOAl) having greatly Improved its Western connection#, now oilers the fullest inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALT4 MOR E, and all portions of the W EST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTH W EST. The connexion l>etweeo the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more is always promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay Honsc) U miles from Baltimore This is the only change of ears required between Washington and the Ohlorlver. Bag^a^e is chi-cced through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and re-hecked and trans ferred there, (withthe pa-sscru-ers) without chargo, for tbose holding Throngh Tickets for points be yond. Tbe connecting Trains leave Washington daily at f> a in. and p. in. On Sundays at the latter hour only At WHEF.LINB dirtri r&nnictxon is made with the trains of toe CENTRA L "H lO R AI L ROAD, running from Bellalre, on the Ohio, near Wh? ?lir.(., thrcflqh Cambridge, Zanesv'lle, and Newark, to COLUM BUS. These trains connect at .\ev ark witL the cars of the Newaris, Mansfleid and Sandusky Ruiiroad for Ssnd<uky, 'JYledo, Detroit, Chicago. St Loul*. e<c At COLUM B I?S the C O Railro-4 (reins con ?oct with the fast trnins of the Littlt Miami Rati toid t-> Xenia, Cincinnati, Louir-llle, ct? At XEN FA ton Lift]'? M laml Raiiroe.d) connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to I ndlpn apoll*, Tf-rre Haute, Lafayett?, Chicago, Reel ieland, Hi. Louis, etc. Passengers holding Through Tickets for t?, Vi'kttuTg, A*?w Orltant, etc , which are also told at W aehlngton?are trans ferred at Cincinnati to the Mail S:ci-.m?rs on the Ohio. Tickets for EvansTllie, Cairo, and St. Loviis are sold by this route. IP* For CLEVELA ND, r.*d via Cleveland to Toledo. Letroit, Chicago, etc , tickets r-re sold, when ine Ohio i? nnvigafcle between Wheeling a>id W eUsvlUe (forty rtilf*) "where & connection with the C'.!"?iAnd Pittsburg Railroad Is Bade. Trarrltrr ir.? t* aotife s>??t while this is the cxly rraie ifT^rUag "ffhrotigh T!c*fia and Checks 'a Washitgte*,'It Is also the shortest, ?ost sivnIv, and dir??ct to pear'yell the leading pol&ts 1* t_e g.wt vVe-t. lli? -i'"wince frotu V-'ashlwgton to Ciuclaritl 1< hv* Ml relies, being tty-"! 10" r*lie? shorter thas by anv <-p.f?r route! FARE. BY THRObUH TiCKE?, FROM WASHINGTON 'fo Wh"el'.ig,f?.',e: Oolnm b-jc, 313 Dayt>n, 815 SO; CIac1n?sl!, 855 00; Lculsrtlle, by railroad, ft5. byf:*eaarr from Cincirnnt'. Si'' *?<?: Inclnp.aroifs. ?i? Clfv lr-nt, aiviSO; ToIe<'c, #15 PC; Detroit. 515 20: Cliicayo, 12M 65 anl 319*0: St LouIr, f'.^ 59 and ?2'?; fl " :.iphls. S21: 'ie-* ?;rlcars. ,?li; etc. ? Ti'OK FREi>EH1CK AND HARPER'S FLR l Y. M A RTINSBU RG, OIT.V UK '< LAND, DEW a!.r. Y SPRINGS, BEDFORD !>??' INI^S, PIEDMONT,OAt*LA \D.paa FAIRM09NT, passexr'ers r?ay i?sve VV>#hingt<m y 6 ?. -n r ; ? H p. as tie i*i'?or ?&? ?'??tio>?s brtw*"i iSltiiDOK a>t. tVh'jellng, ^ke 5 a. js. tr.-ir f; -rm W d^hlngir*. ir.7*? r'r ?r9i8* frsjn J!?iti?.-rc, A?-? ]??'!? ?tc., r.*> <5pfciiu au extUr rjieat*. luJ^I'or further Information, Var^jrti Tick't*. *?-L*PPly **?OMAC 11. PAilriON?!, A^eat at WestL's^to* Statio*. ? JOHN K. DONE, Xas'i-r of Traasportatlta, oad Ohio Railroad, BalMvitrc. psay 3?tf ORANGE & ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. -2&2?~ Great Southern Mail Line! $nr TWICE DAILY fl {SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Bflwrcn Washington City and the South! VIA : ALEXANDRIA, GORDONSVU.LE, AND RICHMOND. Leave Washington at B n m and ? p m Fare from Washington to Richmond .85 5<t OMNI BUSKS and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot 'ocon vey PA8SENGKRS and BAGGAGE, Vrteof CknrKi. toSTEAMER fJEORGE m jrJTT^Ic. PAGE.for ALEXANDRIA,a dis- Js^SSUil tance of six mi'es. iiliowin" ample time for Meals. Tickets procured on the i>oat Expedition and Comfort are -?ecured by this F onte,as it Is acoNTiscocs link 07 rm >t ex.ass ba11.road from ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND THROUGH PASSKNO '^RS and BAGGAGE carri?d without cost to the D? pot of the 1'etersmirg Railroad J R MClil.lN, dec 7-tf Tlekft Agent, Alexandria. WAlHMUTOfl BRANCH KAILKOAI). (HIAKNC OF HOI'IIS,?On and '.ftei ftioa J day, the 2:jd instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at fi and a m , and 3 and P in On Sunday at 4^ p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4 and 9j^ a. m , and 3 and

5* P ra. On Sunday at 4 X a ra. ap 23?tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent. TWO SUPERB PIANO FORTES AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. WING TO THE DEATH OF Mr Gaehle and the necessary dissolution of thegrf^Jg ' IPm of Knabe, Gaehle A Co , lManonf jT I *n??nnfao*n???"? O? '* O - vw., X 1(1111'? 1 Q J f f manufacturers, Baltimore, it is positively neces s-try to settle up the entire affairs of the late firm. We hare two very superior Instruments on hand, from the celebrated manufactory of this popular firm, which m?st be sold within a short time. One a magnificent Louis XIV. style beautifully carved 7-octave Rosewood Piano, the factory price of which is SM50. One superb Rosewood Piano, four round cor ners, full 7-octaves? factory price S375. These Instruments will be sold at astonishing deductions for cash This Is an opportunity hut seldom offered to those In want of a reliable Pi ano. Also, always on hand Pianos from HaJlet, Da vis, A Co , Boston, and Bacon A Raven, New York. Piano Stools, Guitars, Violins. Flutes, Accor dems. Banjos. Strings, Music, Music Paper, Ac. Giva us a call and see for yourselves. JOHN F. ELLIS, Jan II 3QA Pa. av., bet. 0th and 10th sts. MINCE MEAT. Mince meat of superior quality. made from Virginia Mountain Beef and Fruits and Spices of the purest and best quality, under my own supervision, for sale at my store, corner 01 Vemout avenue and 15th street. dov l.l M. P KINO. f\PKRA GLAS5ES.-THE LARGEST AS V-F frortment In the city, for sale and hire. JOHN F. ELLIS, Jta 7 30t Pa. av., bet. 9Ui and 10th ate. j Carter's Spanish Mixture THE OR HAT PVRIUBK OF THE Bl.OODl Best AltrraliTd Known!! NOT A PARTIrl.I o? MRRCCKY IN IT?!! An Infallible remedy for Scrofula, Kind's L?U, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimple* or Postules on the Fare. Blotches, Bolls, Ague and Fever. Chronic Sore Eyes, Ringwoiin or Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge ment ami pain of the Bone* and Joints, ivilt K hen in. Stnbliorn Ulcers, Syphilitic Dlsord-rs, ai.dall disease* arising from an injudicious U6C of Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or impurity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become ?o rap idly and so Justly celebrated for Its extraordi nary eJicaoy in relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind is afflicted, Is now offered to the public, with the confident ass 'trance that no Mkd ic a l discovert ever made has been so eminently successful lncuriug Scrofula., and all disrasrs op iei Blood,as CARTER'S SPANISH MI X TDRE The proprietor* are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details or cures made in all parts of the country, and In most cases where the skill of the best Physicians had been ried In vain. Itsjvw r over the Blood Is truly remarkable and til diseases arising from impurity of the great Ska.t of Lifr have been relieved andcured with out a single fallurv. out of the thousands who hare used it. Carter's Spanish Mixture contain* no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, out is cftmposed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other Ingredients of known virtue, and may be given to th? youngest Infant or most de bilitated invalid, without the Jeast possible hesi tation. We have only room for short extract* from the volumes of testimony In our possession, and all from gontlem'-n of the highest respectability, well known in their various localities. Please read fo yourselves. We tike great ploaHU-e in calling the atientlop of our readers to ihc merits of Carter's Spanish Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. It enjoys a reputation in this city unequalled by any other preparation.?Diiiy Ditpntck, Richmond. Ya. TW Hon John M Botl?,of Va.,r.ay-'lu'cons'd e:s It ;i pinlter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues <,f Carter's Spanish Mlxt'ue, from actual p*rson*l o?"KRVATion of it? remarkableenra tlve powers for the di seases In which It Is used We have l?eeu cured of a violent and protracted Liver by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Wt know It to be all It profess?s.?Editor Soatkudi Dcmctrat, P?ttr*b*rf, fc*. We have found from personal trial, that Car tor's Spalilsh Mist"rc is a truly valuable mcdl clnc ? Ed. F?r$!itsi.f Jnd*jt?n'{(at, Vt. G S F.AT CURE f) F SCRO FULA - A pre** man lu our employ was cured of ?rrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles r?f farter's Span ish Mixture, nfter everything els? had filled O'h ercures which have come under our own observa tlod. proves lo as conclusively, that is reaUy * val uable medicinal agent. We take great rntasnre In ceiling 1 he attention of the afflicted to its mu lt* ? Richmond I'ram. SYPHILIS.?I heve seen n number ofennwef SvrMlls performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture I believe It to be a poifect antidote for that h^rrl bio disease. K. BURTON, Com of Reve?ne for city of Klnhmcnt. LIVER DISEASE??Samuel M Drinker, oi Ihc >lrm of Drinker ? Morris, Booksellers, Rich mond, Vn , wi* -"red ef Liver disease of sever*' ^ars standing by only Ihiee bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture. ohnsokes, vlveks *yn obstinate ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIN - See the cure of Mr. Harwo<-.d, and otb*rs, detailed lu our Al manae The number of such easts cured by Gar trr's Spanish Mltiure, |>r(Tlu<,? -t the possibility of Inserting ILi ir. in an advertl* meat. EFFEVTS OF MERC Oil Y.~ See the onre of Mr Kltnore He was eat?n up wtta Mercury An<l could obtain no relief, until he took six bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restortd him ?o health auu vigor. NEURALGIA.?Mr F. I?ov^en, formerly of the Astor Houise. N ^ , but irsoic recently proprl. etorofthe Exchange Hotel,Richmond,was cured of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture Mn< e that thz.e, ne says he has seer, it e.ure more than a hundred cases of the dlvare in which It isu*<.d He never fills to recommend itto the afflicted RHEUMATISM -Mr Join F. Harleon, Druggist, of Mnrtlnsburg, V* .writes of th<3 sin gular cure of a violent case of RLeumat'sm. The patl' iit could not w .Ik. A fear battle* entirely cured him SC RO FULA ? Vr. Harrison also writes of a gre<t cure of S'rofula, in the p? rson of a young lady, (of three years standing,) wh<? h allth?> de ters could not reach. iilx botUes made a cure of her. SYPHILIS ? Dr K T ilf die, of Washing ?on. D C , who cured an obstinate i a.?e of Syphi lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture says "It ac^s spe daily or. the Blood, Liver and Skin and is prompt and efficient In Its results." Dr. John Mtngr, formerly of tne City Hotel. Richmond, now of Alabama, says he has been Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber cf eases with astonishingly good effect. He reeemme.ids It as l,tLe most efUcTent alterative in use." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA ? Mr. Jos. Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured of Scrofula and Salt Rhcim of three years standing, by only three bottles ">f Carter's Spanish Mixture vVM. 8. BEERS * CO., Proprietor*, No MM Broiidway, New York. \rr Price SI per bottle, or six battle* for *5 For sale by CKAS STOTT, Wwhington. D. (J., aa<t Unigglsts generally- 1?1V OLEXWOOU t:RM2TSR?, OificaNo. Pa. ave., corner loth ctroot, (OVKR THK rAVII?e'B 0A!tK.) f I'H IS CF.MKTKRV ts laid oat on the p!sr. of I the celebGreenwood.of Verk, sr.d situa^d on the h'gh ground di-Mat cr?e an i a inarter miles north of th" Cipltol?North C.ij>'.tt>J street leading direc'iy to t.^c i':>?cway. This Couifmny have secured a charter f? m '.'c\ greus,appropriating their ground forever to burla! purposes, ivi'tklp^ a fee title to the purchaser, and prohibiting aii encr? achments from legislation c? atherwlse, which lo of vast importance to those who wiFii their dead to repose where they hnve placed thc.n, fer It has becorr>e a custom lr. all other c'.tlee when the burial ground become? valu able for other purpose", to &ell It, and throw th* dead pr<.m'scously Into one large pit, and legal measures cannot piereat It, ?.s no titles aie giveu to the ground. N B.- -o?ee oper. fr^m in to u o'clock a m., where Pamphlets, containing the Charter, By Laws, and a map of *>e ground, and all other In formation, can be obtained All orders left with Mr. James F. Harvey. No. 810 Sev?nth street.or any other undertaker, will be promptly attended to. Je IB?ly SOMETHING TO OLD AND VOINf. PllOFJr^a^OK W ODD'S HA1B KE8T03ATXVB. 'IMIItj prconratlon, although I^s Th in two yrars ? brf<'retne publi? ; owing to It - wonderful ef fe>-ts upon the buruac halt e.ntl malp. has all tad y obtained a celebrity atfd sale perfectly tin paralleled. It^in without tlieordlnary appliance uwd for such purposes, v.on Its way, and been heartily welcomed ?.? n^st of the eltJrs and towns in the United btalca, tr,e Canad.-.s, and the West India Isl.-nds. Nor is ihisrcsnlt w'rprlnlng when It Is remembered that Its popularity Is b ise<I ujw?n its merits, r-oiciy as established by actual te^'s That thlv [?rejnratlon will sc.tually Res'ore arty 11;:lr to Natural Color, pi >duce a lnxunant growth uj>f(.i tec heat's of the bald, prevent lap nal; irom falling cif. and when use*fns a tont^ ;u tl?)e, prodtice a continual flow of the natural fluid and tnu? rend' r the nalr soft, glossy aud wavy, destroy ??ise!ise3 of the scalp, ?Tid expel dandruB. the certilleates of dMin^ulsl.-tl gentlemen and ladles in every part of th. country wJio have tried It, a-:d therefore rtpeak wljat they know, most fol ly attest. That by * proper use of this Restorative tne haU can be made lo attain and retain Its natu ral color to almost any ace alctted to humanity, by removing th ? canse of disease from the scalp? ao matter how long standing?the concurrent tes timonials of the press and the certificates of nu merous respectable Individuals of both i*?x<?g, to the use of this curative, us well as of the reeoia mendatlona of, d'tors and certificates before alia ded to, can be had of all agents. Brookfikld, Mass , Jan 13,1935. Prow Wood?Dear Sir?Having made trial ol your Hair Reiterative, it gives me pleasure to say that ita eftect ha ? been excellent In removing in flammation, dandruff, and a constant tendency to itching, with which 1 have been ti jnbled f/oi* childhood, and has alroi catored my hair, whlck was becoming gray, tot is original color. 1 have used no other a-tlcle, with anvthlsgllke the xsjm pleasure and profit. Yours, truly , J. K llRAat, rut); of OiikMoi Ch'*jrr;h. Brookleld CaUTLI, 111.. June 'V, 1853. 1 kavp r>s?d Prof. O J. Wood's Hair Restriia tlve, and have adiihed It? wonderfal effect. My hair was becoming, as I tho"ght, prematurely gray; but by the use of hi* "hecforatlve" It bat resumed ila original color, and 1 have no doubt, permanently so SIDNEY BREESE. Ex-Seastor United States. Prof. Worn Dear Sir?My hair commenced falling off some three orfoar yeais since and con tinued to do so until I became quite bald. I trlod all the popular remedies of the day, bnt to no ef fect, at last I was induced to usa your cel?br?ted Hair Restorative, and nm ~ery happy to sny It I* doing wonders. 1 have now a line growth ol young hair, and cheerfully reconmead its use to all similarly afflicted. A. C WILLIAMSON, 133 Second street. Aldrcss O. J. WOOD A CO.. Proprietors, Sit Broadway, New York, and 111 Market itreet, 81. Louis, Mo. C. STOTT A CO , wholesale aad retail Ageat, Washington. 1 W DYOTT 4 SONS, Oeaeral Wkolesal# Ageat, PhlladelpUa, Pa. m I?If rCCTOR HOOFLAND'S CELEBRATED ?crman Bitlcrs, nUPAEJ? BT DB. C. X. JACK80V, Phila4'?., Pa., will wncrrallt cru UTEB COBPLAflT, DTRPKPIU, JAUHDICl Chronic or Nervous DibiUty, ^rrmw of 'Ki Kidney, ami all ditoatm otvmm from m dfe. Bnrh a* Constipation. Inward Pile*, Fullness, or Blood to the Hewd . Acidity ?f the Stomach. Nau sea, Heartburn, Disgust for food. Fullness, or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swlminine of the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots of Webs before the Sight, F??ver and Dull Pain In the Head, Defi ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and byes, Pain In the Side. Rack. Chest, Limbs Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning In the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and grrat Depression of Spirits. THE PROPR1ETOR, In calling the attention of 'he public to this preparation, doe* so with a feeling of the utmost confidence In Its virtue* and adaptation cf It to the diseases for which it Is recommended. It Is r.o new and untried article, bat one that haa stood the test of a ten years' trial before the Amer ican People, and Its reputation and sale is unri valled by any similar preparations extant. The testimony In Its fcivor given by the most promi nent and well-known Physicians a*d individuals. In all parts cf the country is immense The fol lowing from North Carolina Is respectfully sub mittc<?, referring any who may still doubt, to the "Memorabilia," or Practical Receipt Book, foi Farmers ard Families, to be had gr^ii* of ail th? Agents for the German Bitters. Principal Office and Manufactory, 1)10 ARC! STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. TESTIMONY FR/JM NORTH CAROLINA 6?rtf Dr. W Smttk.orrtut Mil, Rt?4 MciNt N. C. Pirn Hill. March 4, 18M. !?* C. J*. JiiiMjf, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: 1 here b*e* r. rublret r,f jiyspejwia, In Its fi-rK frrra. for tl><? Hr*. years rr.c.h was my condi Hon to* twr ivc rr.orths ibs! tbe pbv*!clins and all who sa\< sr.** said I n:**' db. While ?n this con dition I vrs? carried to th-? wrt^itng places in Vir ginia, Tennessee, a?d North Carolina, but wax sot benrf tted. ny any water to whi'-h I waj? taken While on my way home I etc.pped a wc^k at w ulh erfordtr.n, ? srra'll village in North Carolina, tc try the effect cf some ' '.balyheate water In that Sfaro About the last of the week I went Into a nig f 'or#* to get some m^dlrlne for mv child and tny*c'f. Then- were several of the village physl rUrs in the store, and or.? of them seemed to take some interest in my case, and. riter asking me ?err- q?;c**!onn, raid lie bad been a dyspeptic and h3d tern greatly Ifnefittod by ?he use of HOOF LAND'S OILMAN BITTERS, piepared by ron, ."nd he Insisted that I won?d try the Bitters Heals- called the aext day at ny room, and 1a ?!s?e? ?o mrch thtt | would try then that I asked hira to get p*r one bc-Mlf. He did it, aid 1 rota <*rRo.>u tnklag it as directed, a?d I was nor* b*? efttted by it tl.44 all t??e wtirr and saedioiae 1 had aver **k>a Af''; r*.-vkl*g kfice -?? of my nrlghbcra eame to ipc (rr a pr.^scrip'i#* asd ?sedl?''B?. (he a d,-s Cl^:?e,) aad I ?n?e hlis* s<*?rly ?M lb* Bitters I ad '-eft, wtich (ffTted Mitch rore la bis case He ha.s i-'flea railed <-* ;or not ?> of the tare* kind of rr.?dlci3<?, s*y|wp, be w.\* *?oro VnefitiM by II than any other br had tskea, bit I havo rot bwi sh|r to hhv moit fci hii* er cqysHfsinc*; will you, '.Lv ref? re, please ffc'p me a doie* aj BRoje o<: sf?cn an rvtaslbif. Respectfully, yowrs, T7.PMITB D P IKKiK EH.'s ctair, Wake Ca . X C., < t< bcr 21, 18??, nays : "Bavjnr e> ct rlcnced ver% grrat b nrfitfr. m t?i? use of HOOFI.ANB'S TI NMAN FITTERS la Chtoalc Dysentery and functional ?loran^t inrnt oj the Mver, 'a- d its c ncoinltanl evils, I am dt Irons cf oi?ta1nhi^ &.? !ant'?v 'fit f<i the bentlt of my community, icu v?lli, therefore, please send* let, Ao. CERTIFICATE (?F WM. J, ATW009 H r a, Yadkla Co , N . C I November 1st, 1SJJ ( P* C V .'^.rks^n?Dear Sir: Allow me toei presa ?o yon mv slnr^ro thanks for ycMr d'.artver* of a medicine wLlcb to say the least of It. hru? ef fccVU a cure that all o'her mtdlr that I bav? taken, bave entirely fa>l<xltodo. HOOFLAND'S? GERM * N BITTERS havocurod me of ihe most stuhb<>r! and <!"grava'.ed case of the riLfs th it. perbapa, evt>r f*-ll to the lot of m-.n. M y caee if not a stranger la this community, as I am w??l! known in this and tln? sarrounding counties, and can truly say that my recovery ha/* itxtoundfd all my friends and relations, ar 1 h.-d tiled everything recommended. H"d nothing did uie ?ny good un til I wns pr vailod np?'n to try the Bitters Yoc are at liberty to make any use of this oommuclci tlori for tfce oencCt ?if the aAlcted. yon m?y think pH|H, Traiv, 701m, WM >. ATWOO?. These bitWs are ??rthey I"*lg oiate and strengthen tbe syntemf u^ver prr- 'r"*.* it, and f ?~n be n?ed for infants as well as adults. for sate by n-rootable dealer* everywhere, aad bv 7. D OILMAN, Washington; J L KID WELL. Georgetown, and J A. PIEFPO'tT. Alexarw'ula. mar 1?ly T H E GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE ACE. Dr. KENNEDY, of Kaxhory, Has djecoverttl In on- of our common rasTvas WKKns a rf?.iedv that cures E V E K V K I \ D O F H II M <? R ; FROM TtfC W>R-T M ROfCLA DeftH TO A COM MON riXFI.K. !fe has tried it in <?ver elf.ven 1 hundred eases, and never failed exr<?pt in two ca-ies, (both thunder auiror ) He haa now in bis possession over two hundred cer'ifleates of jtn vlr tue, all within tweu'y 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 th?* fare Two to three bottles will clear the syatem of bllo*. Two bottles are warranted to cure the worst canker in the moi-'h and stojnaeh Three to flv?> bottles are warranted to care the worst oa*" of Erysipelas. One to two bodies are warranted to enre ail humor In the ?>es Two bottles are warranted to car? running of the ears and blotches among the balr. Four to si* bottles are warranted to cure corrupt and running ulcers One bottlo wlli cure srnly empMon of th? skin. Two to three bottles are warranted to cure the worst ease ?>f ringworm. Two to three bottle* are warranted to cure tb. most denpeiate of rheumatism Three to four bottle* are warranted to cure the salt rheum Five 10 eight bottlc.5 will cure the worst case - of scrofula. A benelt in always experienced from the fir*?t bottle, and a perfect < urc Is warranted when t tie above quantity la : Ifeader, I j"'d?iloU <.7i f a 'honiaad battles cf this in the vlciulty of Boston. 1 know the effort of It in every rase So sure as water will extin guish Sre. fo sure will this cure humor. 1 nevei sold a bottle of It but that sold another; after a trihl it always speaks for itst-lf There are two things about this herb that appears to me surpris ing; first that It grows in o'-ir pastures, la seme places quite plentiful, and yet Us value has rt-ver been known until 1 discovered it in 1816?.second, tbat it sho-.iM cure all kinds of humor. In order to give some Idea of the sudden rise and great oopuiarlty of the discover,', I wiil st^te that in April, 1B53, 1 peddled it, and sold aboutd bottles per day?In April, 1851, 1 sold over 1,0#? bottle? per day of it. of the wholesale Druggists who bav* been in business twenty and thirty years, say that no thing In the annals of patent mcdicints was ever llke^t. There Is a urJrersal praiee dt it from all quarters. In my own practice 1 always kept It strictly fci humors?but since lt? Introduction as a general family mediclnc. great and won^rful virtues have been found in It that I never suspected Several cases cf epileptic its?a disease which w*<* always considered Incurable,have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove effectual In all cases of that awful malady?1'here are but few who have seen more of It than I have I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by It For the various diseases of tho Liver. Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Astbma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side, Dl*easet> of the Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid neys, &.c., the discovery has done more good than any medicine ever known No change of diet ever necessary?cat the bon you can get and enough of It. Directions for Use..?Adults one table spoonfnl per day?Children over ten years dessert spc?n ful?Cnlldren from live to eight years, tea spoon ful. As 110 directions can be applicable to all con Ktitutlons, take sufficient to operate on the bowelr twice a day. MANWFACTCRFD BT DONALD KENNEDY, No. 1'iO IVVirrt* street. Hoxburfy Mast Pp.ick, Onk Dollar. Wholesale Auenta?New York City, C. V CLICRNER, 81 Barclay rtreet: C. II RING, 192 Broadway; A B St D SANDS, 100 Fulton street. Philadelphia, T W. DYOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROWN St BROTHER, CANBY A HATCH. Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Druggists in the United States and British Provinces, and also by the Druggist* of this City. oct!M-ly Br.U811K8, comas, pomatum coi^ne Bay Rum, Ac., St ELLIS'S dec 31 300 Pa. avenue. TO AI.L THAI VALOB tSb!* (10? 4 WISH KS to rail the attention to nil th?. ?itv with defective sight, CM infftf toy ne? ncss and pertb rlarly from l law** tniudvti.,* wlfrlfd, in bl< mipfrlw SI'KCTAtLLfi ^ ULAJ^k* rarefuBy ground by htmaelf laai* spherical accuracy. and brilliant tran?psr?^ ??lited precisely and Vnclridlj to the w*v.rrr m fording to the eon? aelty or convexity of tbe Very nirnirr on air the 111 rt?rt* raised to ^ prorlotm orpin of s'ght from tbe fflffimntn M ?' ? ? - *? ? .??? of using piaffe* Lo not being rm!*e.y suited tr ' the urc of an Ofiownter, r.nd tlx p** ,i. K a,i* Sears. enables himt? mtu-ure tb- fcc*J di^-** ij lo eyes, and such glasses 'hat are <tV? aulred will be furnished witb precision and say*. nrdoa. J T acknowledge* the wy Bberal ?oc?*:rac?. ment rlreadv obtained, and further solicits the pa. tronage of those tbat ha** not ye* availed .a< a ?elves of bis aid Persons tbat cannot conveniently call, i?y se-c. lru- the classes In use, and stating bow many Inches tbay can read this print with tbHr sper a. cles, can be supplied with such that will their sicbt _ _ . . Innumerable testimonials to be sfra, ' *** pnm given to many who have derlvid i ut " ease and comfort from bis glasses J Circulars to b? had at w* li Sevccth >twt, three doors from t'dd FeTlcws' Hall, up stairs. , ^ Noarot K. September?, 1-<M. g?r Tfce Spectacles yon ra^de fnr m? salt ?rnr well, and se< ra to ba^e Improve* my sight mors then any other 1 have l*uslv ?tf4- , LI ST. V*. lAZLWbbL 1 have tried a pair of Spectacles oblaln?d fr~? Mr. Tobias, and lid them of gr<at aatbtaro ?? ? ipy alrht, end M?wiip>41|g with his 4f*mtl?i j of the focus 1 recoamaerdVra sra sfcirril ej-rb tits, 1ENRV A? wH Mr J. Taliaa : Sir?The pair ol JMpec*ael?* van t fura't h?d me yesterday rre oar*H?u wlv eaM?N? tory to ?w?* Tney ere very decidedly tbe ?,?-? ; a bhms. and I znri the owner ef right ot ntne (*ir, R carer hy scleccd 1? dJTcicnt plac e* aa4 from . p l tle.lars <cconrir.erdtd to sar on iNcunt ef th^ji ataudlag lr. Enplasd, t lance li 6 b? ? United States I a*e txen alaC please^ w:u f ytvu rrinrrk ? and directions ci tVe tr?*'nr i? ?j - the eyea, for '.b'j?t*r}?w??r prcw-rvlrf. and Impr^t ina the Rlpbt. Rc-'pcrtfi.Uy. yor- . CUAt? CAblfWELb, rrftfowct uf M. C., L'-oisT.iie, t L.TlfCTTB?as. No* IT, IfrAg. f Mr. )? ba Tobias havlttfc furhlsbed mi win ?laaro*. by wbtcb I h;:vc l*e?-n n'.oaii.- a;d?-d vision navln^i aiiffcrad ptntly frcio -t nl^ht In my earlier lilt) It aTcrda m?* th" hl^l 'M pleasurr *o say tbat I coi^ldcr blm a ?H]lf? 1 T"v tical optician, ^nd well preper?d tc sld tb^ee ?ti . may ae.d his piwlnsior "? '.r*-* W .M u. ROUZ1 Elder of MettcdJrt Confrtriw W :lmin?tc a. N. C., Jaa. <T, V Mr J Tosia?: I?ear Sir?I nm bsppy tr ??!? th?t tbr hpt* taclts which 1 obta'nt^l fro?r vn,i we>k rre entirely Katlsfsctory. From an In*-, ? ity In tho visual ranoe of my cyv*. ? ba?c hen t< fore fornd ?'? at d-flftrulty la cettipjr glasses ? f it* proper focal distaroc. It alMdt mt pleasure >u stau that, by tbc a*d of vwiir opiomotor, ibis A jl onlty ha^ been happily ^nviattd so tbut the air*ne* yci fi'rnt?h?>d in* ared*?*!de41v tbe Kvt adi ri? 4 t? say ev?? of any I bavr ever vet :sed Very respectfully jonrs H H Rector of St araos' Tarl'i. Department of Intcri'r. Way 7. Ifjs Ft*a mora' d*ficta tbe ,:rrqual r. np? *4 aav ?V"s I hase btcn eoirpeLed t<^ ufepiae?r? { r ?ercial year*. 1 bp*e tried (ilR-reat ?j letans wiru?ut < utaiBln^ p'a. sea p^rkctlv Cttea ;o ir? eye-. Ff?ii monthh .'it lob' d? *wa piOis t*|^,fl*l!y for me. vi hl< L I i?.?c found 'r? ?erv* me perfectly liv the n:-e t ' M# oyt?>virt't he Is enao ? d 'o a<l<i|)l t?ljt-f? ?? a-.m i? ?U tbe ? - I nr.?fit checrfutly rccotrm' r.6 Mr 'fefcla- to/J ooct on to usrda^ r b^rr r? y to* :? Mj*\ i* t <?? cia sk Id ?:> an optic I < i UKNK\ V. I?AU>.*MN, Assist Seo'y lo ri, \ I a^-a v%ai.aau. jfll-U I'ltlVATL MKUIt Ab TRbATIKE | PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OF MAFvElkub, ? T 91. R. LA r K O I X i M. !)?? ALBANY, N Y., *25ti Pn?* "%4 130 F?s' Plata, t* f C#io??a Ltu oft/ ii an! J'.'iltJ. Taica e?iLr TwR.irr Fiva Cimi. Sant I-roe of Postage lo all pa.t* of tba I'al >a. 4 MIFAPF.^T BOOK K.VI.K I t aud containing nearly double the quantity of read ing matter In that of the FIFTY CF.NT <>K DOL LAR rUBIflCATIUNS 1* treats on the PII YSIOL OfiY OF MAKPvlAGK. and the Secret Inlrmltle*, and Disorder of Youth and' Maturity, re^ultlog from ??x c< wbl^b ?!**stroy tbe _ phy^lcal and menial pow- ">0i\ ers. witb Obxrvations on *? Marriage, lu dut!e? a-?d, ^ 4 tbelr rfn]^U*s: witb Lithographs, lllnstratii^ l,e Ar-at^ujy and Pb,?lolo^v ?nd of ?he He productive ttrjiausof both tl ?*lr stnict?.re. -.nd fuuclloa*? A popular ai.-* coiuprhe" Blve Trestlse on the P i^io* and Cau-jl'lc* nf - n Cl?* ind m.:Tlrd llfr?happy end frul-f-:, alllati' ? ni<?de of mriiria; thean?1 nfelk-itou? jh U :? fer- ;!? omn?their obviatlon and removal ?in'p?* a nlut>to tho? v t on*rf??p!ating m^triaaoay, that *111 overcome objections to it; none, however, sbou.4 take this important >-tep witLou' lir?t? u?* ultu^; H* payes?eommentart* - on tLe<i;" mtdi< a tie;i?ir;?iif of females from infanoy to old v"'-rnrB ?asc praphkully Illustrated l y beautiful litho^ra phlo plates?nervout. d^billtv Its cannrs and ?un by a proccn* at once so simple, vtfe. a id ? 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Miss Bunkley's Escaped Novice, frice fl. Harper's Magazine far January Also, a large assortment of ivory aud pel ft handle PEN KNIVES. PISTOLS of i ll kinds ? Poraaleby K K LUNDT doc 21?tx NO. 126 Bridge at., Gw rgetcw