Newspaper of Evening Star, February 13, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 13, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. THE BLIND BOT. Tell mm the form of the soft summer 's air, That tosses so gently the curl* of my hair; It play* on iny ilps and It fans my warm cheek, Itjjlves me no answer though often I sprak , 1 fiel It play o er me refreshing and kind, . . \ et I cannot touch it?i c; blind ! oh, I'm blind' The perfumes of flowers that are hovering nigh, Tell me what are th?y?on what wings do they fly * Are the/ not angels that are sent to delight A poor little blind, boy, who knows naught of light ? * The sun. moon or stars never enter his mind? Oh, tell me what light la'-I'm blind oh, I'm blind Music : what Is it, and where doe* it dwell * I sink and 1 mount with its cadence and swell, Till tonch to the heart with ita deep thrllUng strains * Till pleasure?till pleasure Is turned into pain. What brightness of hues are in music combined Will any one tell rae'-l m blind! oh, I'm j, w. Swixe ?Mr P L Simmonda, in the trans actions of the Highland Society, gives some interesting statistics of the number of swine raised in various oountries, as nearly as can fee ascertained In the United States there are believed to be 50.000,000. or more than in all the States of Europe combined. In Great l^e "Qtrber is estimated at 2 000 000. ?f which Ireland has a large proportion, and Scotland nearly 290,000 Austria ha- about ?rC?>0 000 twine, and Austrian-Italy 250.000. France has from 5,000.000 toft,000 000. Kus '{* iiamense number of wild h >gs, but they are mere ?kin and bone, valuable prin cipally fur their brbtles. Portland.?There is no city iu the Union, of so much public spirit, considering its means, a? Portland. Mtino. A few days since, through the superintendent of the Grand Trunk Rail way, they learned that the big iron steamer? the largest bhip tbat oyer floated?would come t-> ^Portland, if wharves were provided; and thereupon the City Council voted $69,000 to provide wharves f<;r tho ocean steamer. Port land surprised the wurld by her efforts to build the Atlantic Railroad?and she has seen Lor benefit in it and means to keep the advantage that its construction has given her. Ladies' Dresses.?M deTrobrisnd, in the Courrier desEtat* Unis, speaks of a lady, now in Pans, who wears upon one dress fourteen hundred metrej (a metre is over a yard and a aaarte#^ of fringe triinmiug Fourteen hun red metres ! ? a full mile, that is to say, the dimensions of a race couise ! If it were not for something to attach tho fringe to, the robe itself might be omitted without inconvenience. ?He sayp also that a young lady in New York ?"'ty has adorned a single dr"?5 with seven h t/idred and fijty yards of rihbon ! "Let the People Pi.ant Cor*."?Thisfa m^us sentiment was uttered by Gen. Sam Houston after the decisive battle of San Ja cinto, when the Meiican Rothority was routed from Texas We observe with pleasure that prints in differont parts of the country an nounce that more attention is to be paid to tarming this year than formerly, and that fruits, cereals, grain and corn, are to receive the attention which their product demands ? During the late cold weather, nearly fell the mills in Albemarle, had to stop grind ing cn account of the ice. In some neighbor hoods iamilie^ were compelled to boil corn and bomiqj. as a substitute for bread MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMEE8. raoxTHi vnitis itatm. .Y??m Ltavit fer Dm*. PeTvla New York....Liverpool-...Feb ? F uhon New York Havre Feb 9 Arabia Boston Liverpool....Feb 13 FROM ICROm. PecMe Liverpool New York...Jan23 The California steamers leave New York on the 5th and 20th of each month. The Overland Mail* to India ?;nd China. ^ e have often been asked for '.iiformatton in re gard to the departure of the Malls from England to China. The following may be Interesting to tboee who have correspondence with the East: The malls leave Southampton on the 4th and *>th of each month, and arrive at Gibraltar about the 9th and 25th of same month; arrive* at Malta about the 14th and 30th of same mon'.h ; arrives at Alexandria about the 18th of came and 4th of fol lowing month. Leaves Suez about the 20th or 21st of same and 5th or 1th cf following month; arrives at Aden about the 25th or 26th of same and 10th or 12th of following moath Leaven Aden about the 3?th or 27th of same and day of arrival for Bombay, and Uth to 13th for China, Ac. Indian Navy steamer arrives at Bombay about the 3d to 5th and llflh to 21st of following month. P. and O. steamer arrive* at Pelnt de Galle about the Bth or 7th and 22d to 23d of following month; leave* Point de Ualle for Pulo Penang the same day, If the steamer Las already arrive3 which takes the mail on ; arrives at Pulo Penan" about the 12th or 13th and2-th and J9th of follow? log month; arrives at Singapore about the 13th ?r 16th and 31et or Ut of following month j leaves Singapore about 12 hours after arrival; arrives at Honu Kong about the 22d or 24th and '-th or 10th o^fo! lowing month, leaves next day for Shanghai 1 wo mails leave England?one on the '-th and 30th of each month?via Marseilles, and arrive at Alexandria about the same time as the Southamp ton mail. ABBI7AL3 AT PBINCIPAL HOTELS Natiiiii Hotel?will; am eu*. W J Simpson Ala H Falls. DC H M Bovd. do G D Spence. Md E B Blisby. R Y Mr Ledgard, Mich T C Eaton. U8N Mrs Ledgard. do H A Burrough, Va Mrs Canheld do Mis* J E Bur.-ongh. do C Steiff, \id T J strong Jt iy, N Y N F Demday, do D D Voorhees, do T W Burner, do P U Hera, Md E b Rogers, La E Tyler, NC 8 Homans, J J 1 uttle, Ma?s T J Bowman. Md C E Tuttle. do G Wrst, la S Faker NY HOD Carpenter, NY Mrs Lockwood. do H P Graves Va MrsFfrguagh do SNT Alston, NC Judge Leg rand, Md W T Alston, do W B Brooks, do R G Hunt, la F H Wootton, do W Clark, Ala M O Burling, do G C Peckham, do R E McDsniels & lady, R Chuke, Ml Mi R S Walton, Pa ComJcaes, USN Mr V?ui Winkle NY M F Jones, do Mrs Van Winkle, do E J Walton, Fa Mr Andrews, do W Moran. do M r M n inford, do J C bolder. Md Dr Kennedy, Md F B Murray. t'SN E Gittings. do J Hoi brook, NY Wlilardi' Hsui-l.?. fc u.i, witiiii, R C Barnes, SC C Stevens. Md D C Hansr in. Mass E L Smith, Va U S Allen, NY J F Morgan, do P R Hardeuburg, do L M Jones,'y, do G 1) Bewail, *>e B Irvine do H M Baston, Ala 8 Evans, do S C Davis. Aa JWils0n.NY M Fnller, lv. do H F Mayfleld, Va J H Moor, IFSF T McCullom, do ?? 1> Kellogg. N Y W Marshall, do B Lake. Iowa P H Lord, fam, Ga l> Hamr. do T G Johnson, N Y ? Md Mortimer, do I f. W, do W Addison, Va F \ A S Brown> lYi P? * " alte, Md R Anderson,Md Hrswas* Hotel?* r Ai.uowi S A Fletcher Ind j Hyett lv Va , Miss J outs', do P N Curtis, do J J Wh'if I. vi<? P Lackland, Va W 8 Ro^??y{v do Hon B Craig, NO J A BrW&welL V? W C A dame, Pa J Atlee, O G 8 Caulklns, NY B A Jackson, Md A Towles, do O S Bright, iy. Kv W R Bell, Misa M iss S F TucVer, do A H Byrne, Va Mis* A R Tucker, do J Hall, Pa WPI.ee. NY T KedeJl, ly, do J Lewis, La J Smith, NY 1'nited States Hotel?a. c. bacirbt G* MarshaU. Md W H Garvin, O d ?!?,"' Dc " Isaacs, do ,? Al* Miss Hunt, do C D Strlne; Pa h (j Barter, ft, Pa w ,dw N 6 Watson, Na W H Davis, Mass T V Hoycler, Mo kirkw?e<i Hono-i. a. k, a. niiwoei. T 8 Boydon Ga W P Patterwn, Va M A ConJey do H C Bowers nV S S Garland. Choc Na- T R Krwln Cal W * Erwin.do Col B N Vlck, NC 1. Downs, Md Lieut Harrold, Teon I?exter'a Hotel?m. a. dbxtbb. w Smith, Va A L Rogers. Va O T Rust, do Q m Gay, Ha s Ntas Aoot, do N Thompson, Pa co n wmcr 10 n kk * i rH)? POTKNTINI WOULD RE8PE0W fally Inform thecltixons of Washington that he hu purchased the well-known ConlVctionsrv establishment of John Miller, which he will csrrv oni wtthfnorpwwl fticillt'cs for ministering to the testes of those who m=?y favor him W;lh {j* ,r 9 (rom^e. " Hp will reavslactnre ami keep n htnd , larjre "W-'gfS CHARLOTTE EUgfeb" BLANC! ? :ri [LV??e?cacy o?M it -4 *Vi) SUPPKR. i* A TIT If? <2 ataKeomtaS' ,altsnd lhPse or oltoeT delict'4115(1 f^sh tables with every aSi?JL""T* In the moot fashion HeK. '.T, h P"**''^ ?d attention. . elr'n R n "J * 'ar^e assortment of fcr PRijvim i ^ NFi-CT 1ONERY, figs, part?, ' fancy boxos and ornamental MinS Also, ornamental FIGUR ES, PV It A ?LL - i8^d 0th*r d?Watlons for the table, at Din? ner and Supper Partie-. THOMAS POTENTINI, No. 279 Pennsylvania avenue, between 10th and 11th streets, south side. ?IPC 12 NORIHWUST GINS FOR TKE INDIAN fckrvi* E IN 1*56. Offipi of Indian Affairs, > January 21,1S56. j ?JROPOSAL8 WILL KK RECEIVED AT * the Office In lan Affairs until noon of the 20th day of February next for furnishing and deliver ing?one half on or after he 1st day of May, l{:5tf and tme half on or after the 12th day of June next' --one thousand Northwest guns for the Indian department, to be delivered to the agent of the de K.nl"in.t uf eUher of lho clt:es o{ New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, De 22.V Loiii", or Chicago, a* the bidder may elect, and the right will be reserved to require the above amonnts at one time or at different times, at and after the specified dates, or to order at any time in the year <tt56, at the same price and of the same quality,anv 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 reserves tue ri^ht 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 panl??d by a sufficient guarantee that if the bid of the party is accepted, he will enter into contract ?r?rf!? .y' . KlVC ?H5urlty or the perform ance of his contract within ten days after the 7 *?Plp* of the accepted bidder 7Jn^LLctaiMed 1'thls offltei andall K.ins to b fifn .'?u ' ineverv re?.pei-t. !*? similar and ly **] "a 1 thereto. Before the acceptance of the guns, each one will be subjected to the m ,m wi?k0mK aUd ir'K,d ,n*.pmion and comjwrfson with the sample gun, and those that are not found rejected * ?pial in every resect, will be A bond In an amount e.:coedini,; that of the bid will l*. required for th. faithful execution of the contract on the part of the successful bidder Payment for a-iy quantity or quantities received will be ipade through the United StaUs treasury Immediately pfter the delivery and acceptance thereof GEO H. MAN.VYPENNY Jan 22-dJtAltawt 19ih Feb Commissioner. WATCyHjESe ItT w. GALT A BRO, OFFER AT ALL ? 1 ?"* rver? variety of superior WATCH P.U an<* V, K O.N O >1ETE K S They call particular attention to thone made by? Jules Jurgenscn. Copenhagen, Coc&vr, Taylor A Dixon, London, Tobias, Boeely A BlundeU, Liverpool. Also, Vacheron A Constantine's celebrated Geneva V. atches, wh'.ch from their size and tt:>lsa are peculiarly suited for ladies Our facilities enable us to o3Vr the above at the lowest rates ILT Ripairihs.?Watches and Chronometers carefully ;epaired by pklllf-il workmen M. W. GALT A BRO., Ml Pa avenue, betw. 9th and 10th sts. Jan 12?tf EM.NE FRENCH EDITIONS?OF R(JUS A seau RVlne, Sevlgne. Corneilla. Mollere. jv a v..'. Ufc^is' Frolssart, Bourdalone, 1^ Sage, Schiller. Gulzot. Bossuet, Monstrelet, .Malherbe Descartes, Bartbelemy, Voltaire. Chateaubriand! Florian. Rabelais, Sorlbe, Maleb'anche, St Plenr lenelon, Thierry, Machiavekll, Kepnard, ind other writers, may be found at the most mod erate prices at the bookstore r f the undersigned Imported by himself direct fro.n Paris, In ttue< al ?.1 ,n?,?rocco bi,1<llnPsi some ol them with beau tiril Illustrations. *?? Also, a small collection, various, of Frcncfc Books for youth, Paris editions dec26?tr FRANCK TAYLOR^. -MEMBERS OF CO.IGKESS AND VISIT ORS TO WASHINGTON ARE RESPECTFULLY INFORMED that *i,TA^ L<>11 * MAURY'S BOOK AND STATIONERY STOR E, Pennsylvania avenue, near iNlnth street, they will moetall their requlre ments Their extensive stock, In addition to the following important works, comprises every de partment of Literature Science, and Art. NEW BOOKS received Immediately on publi cation. r ^ Weekly importations from England. Calhoun's Works,? *ols. JeUerson's Works, 9 vols. Webster * Works, 5 vols., Autograph ?*dltion. Everttt's Orations and Speeches, 2 vols. Clay s Private Correspondence, 1 vol. S. S. Prentls- s Memoirs. 2 vols. Bancroft s History of the United States, fi *ol? Statesman's .Manual, 1 vols. Mickey's Constitution. I vol. Jetlerson's Manual, 1 vol. The Constitutions of the United Stat?s I vol Elliott's Debates and Madlfon's Papers, 5 vols. Marsh's Orafbrs and Statesmen, 1 vol. Story's Works, :j vols Lives of Chief Justices of the United States 1 vol. ' Lieber's Civil Liberty and Self Governing' l vols. ' Wirt's Life of Patrick Henry. 1 vol. Kennedy's Life of Wirt. 2 vols. Garland * Life of John Randolph, I vol Party Leaders, by Baldwin, 1 vol. Tocqueville's Democracy In America, 1 vol. The F edf-nllst, 2 vol Crlmke's Nature and Tendency of Free Instltu. tions, 1 vol Constitutional Text-Sook, 1 vol Ca'ey s Past, Present, and Future, 1 vol. Seaman's Progress of Nations. 1 vol. McElllgott's American Debater. 1 vol b uture Wealth of America. 1 vol Smith s Wealth of Nations, l vol' Ever/ description of American, English and ?KTP?lT.rEKY'"?Ww "d r"?t"1the TAYLOR A MAURY'S, near 9th street. H. I'. HUOVNK'S r. u ,?Pfl06' aad TrQDk Estabiuhaent, ? Pa avenue, between 9th and 10th sta. I "AJh JWST RECEIVED FOR LADIES, I Ml**LS and children. CJstfa, -ft ' V,k,n',lncd 0"tton- Hea.'<^SK j HmlTorn A. ' l^lck anrt thln Alters; f||j Bronte, Black, and Colored, at 25 worth mi- Ladf,>, Alpine Button Walter's M ??? Fr?-ncb V. biteSatinGUchtIousSLIPPER^ Gen k'litiv* F rench PaUmt Leather BOOTS ^id tach .i'T\'l T?w f n'1 PV"a*; Gentlem-n s ]i?. tached G Al TI.RS, all colors, iJoy a and Youth's I atent Leather and Ca'.f BOOTS and SHOES My stock of Fall and Winter Wear, recentlytie iS^oJSrio! m08t wlebrat?l manufacturers, ^ I promises to om-r unusual Inducements -ind re. B|22%ly^U0U >'0U-' Snfluen^ __ 14?tf ? p HOOVER fNo. 550.) p.imT SntV'h^ySS'v<Sr; <!"? "Mfrtw, fcrlng to a close the business under the a'ct^f Coi? gre*? approved September 28, entiUed a*?" act to enable the State of ArWsas Lnrt'n f States, to reclaim the 'swamp lands' withh. limits.' and at the same tlrna 3r?rd S Sanfea who claim that portions of the lands selected Un" der said law are dry and lit for cultivation "an !! portunity to introduce evidence, all lands so se Icctpd. to the approval whereof no objection be ?nadewithin six months from the date hereof will be certified and patented to the Statea ' Such objections as are contemplated bv the above must be made under oath, and tiled with the register aud receiver of the proper land office for transmission to the General Laud Office The ne?f**iTV formB for affidavits are In the hands of said officers. The lollowlng clasaea of land are exempt from oblecMon, to-wit: F IfUIU mS&J^ wltb ^h, or located with ^ land warrant!l or acrip, after the dTSmoikrtheact ot *?th September. 1850, and ^for the reMi^iaije ?f the act of 2d March, 1855, and overflowed iSn^**r8ail<1 locato" swamp the swam^fawready Patented to the State under must be taken^efore?*tl*Ctl0nt1* ralsedi testimony the land office,and reoelw of said six months as their m'. lhe exPiratlon consent of the Commlssi^? tf nP1^1111 wltU lbe Office. 10ner ?* the Gen?ral Land open to lnapecUon^uring the'rwuSf 1fad* hours of lhe Land Office fCRular boslnesa Given under my hand, at the ci?? ?# *?r ton, this 21st day of December. 1H^. Va*klng thos. a. Hendricks Commissioner General Land Oflco JIA 10? C - A *4 " ? 1>I*H COVERS, WinMM IUr^n^' s?ap?tone Griddles, Plate Warmers, Game Roasters, Oyster Boilers, Slaw Cutters, 4?. Prices low. O. FKANCI8, 1 7th street. Information for Travelers. THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES rPi MAIL ST 'pHE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE J. are the ATLANTIC Capt Went. PACIFIC Opt Nye BALTIC Capt. Coms'ock. ADRIATIC These shl ps have been built by contract expressly for Government service. Every care has been taken in 'heir construction?an In the engines? to Insure strength and speed; and their accommo dations for i?assengcrs are unequaled for elegance and comfort. DAT* or SAILIN? From yew York. From Liverpool. I??o0 1866. Saturday Jan. 5 Wednesday....Jan 23 Saturday Jan. 19 Wednesday.... Feb. 6 Saturday Feb. 2 Wednesday....Feb. 20 Saturday Feb. 16 Wednesday....Mar. 3 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. 20 Wednesday.... May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 2t? Saturday May 24 Wednesday.... J une 11 rRICK OF TASSAGI. From New York to Liverpool, first cabin.... 8130 " " " sccond cablu. 75 Exclusive use of extra size state rooms 325 From Liverpool to New York 30 A 20 guineas No berth can be secured until paid for. An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship. Shippers phase take not ce that the ships of this line eaunot carry any goods contraband of war. All letters must pass through the post office? any other wlil be returned. The owners of these ships wi'l not be account able for gold, sliver, bullion, snecie,jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless nills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof therein ex pressed For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 5tf Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNAKD A CO., 27 Austin Friars, I<ot.dou B G WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. GEORGE H. DRAPER, Havre. Notice?The day ?>f departure of this line from New York, for ?8.V?, will be Saturday, com mencing January 0. and every alternate Saturday; from Liverpool, Wedtesdav, commencing Janu ary 23. and everv alternate Wednesday. jan 30-y ' BY RAILROAD DIRECT TO TiJK WE8T. Time bstwscn Washington and WhesliBf bnt 17)4 honrs! Running Time tot ween Washington and Cincinnati 27 honra !! TKK9KOM TICXRTS ATtD If.OSiCI "RICH T? ft HAS 1* WASH13ST0*. riviE iialtimoke and ohio bail X ROAD having gTcatly improved its Western connections, now oilers the fullest Inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, DALT4 MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The connection between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more is always pron.ptly made -jt the Washing ton Junction 'lately call*d the Relav House) 9 miles from Baltimore. This Is the only cty.nge of cars required between Washington and the Ohio river. Ba^ga^e Is checked through to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and recheckcd and trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, fr,r those lidding Through Tickets for points be yond Th*> connecting Trains leave Washington dally at 6 a. mandi* p. re. Oa Sutuiays at the latter hour only ? At WHEELING <itr*ci rimsicltcs Is made with the trains of the CENTRAL OUIO RA1L RO/.D, running from Bellalre, on the Ohio, near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesvllle, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with the careof the Newark, K ansfleld and Sandusky Kailroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detrclt, Chicago. St. Lonls. etc. At COLUMBUS the C. 0. Railroad trains coa apctwlth the test trains ?f the Littlt Miami Rail road to Xenla, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc At X F.N IA (On I 'ttle Mlami R 'Jlrcad) connection is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, c*o. VJ* Pacscngers holding Through Tickets fOr MtTxvkis. Yizkxhvrr;, A.*?rA?r, Xiib Oritan*, etc., whicnarc also sold at W^hli'.rrton?are trans fer.c<i at Cincinnati to the Mall Steamers on the Ohio. TScktrfn for EvansvlUe, Cairo, a ad St. Louis **e acid by tt:?; route. For CLEVELAND, asd tl*; C!*v?;L?nd to ToW.-*<?. Detroit, Chlc^o. etc., ?Ic.\cts are sold, whui the Ohio !s navigable fcstwaea Wheeling ard V.'elUviL'e rforty -v'es) where n connection wltn tha Cleveland til FitUbai* Railroad is made. Traveler* aie rrq ei'V. i.> netlse t;lci V7bll?? this Is me ealy route \JTer<5'Sbvoagh Tickets a.'cl Chocks In Washington, it .s aipo the shortest, spredy, a*d direct t-j iseariv aii tue leading points in the great West. 'i'he distance from Warrington to Cincinnati <* but 6*3 *ni:ef, being about t'<) s?He? shorter tiiw by any ether route! FARE. BY THROUGH TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON To Wt.tfling, ?# V?; Colum bus, 813 65: Dayton, 515 r:n Cincinnati, SI? 00; Louisville, by railroad. Sib e5, by steamer from Cincinnati, 31S 00; ladisr. ijk ;l*, 60; Cleve land, $12 SO; loledo, a'"> 80; Dft-ou, 915 Chicago, ?20 65 and 319 3C: St.* I .crtis, fff3 5U and >25 Mejonhls, New Orleaaf. #31: eto. nT" FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MARTINrfJiUBG, CUMCLKLAND, BERKLEY SPK1N8S. BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAK N D, and FAiRMUBK.T, psseagers cjr.y Vash'sgtoa at 6 a. m. ?n lii p ?. Fcr th._ .*r.;4<->r vvay ?t?Ue*s betv-een Bali.inicw ?.nC Whecllwg, t?kc t j.c tr^lt inm Waihlngi<j?. {m<r7 ti>i :j tr :x" ??-m Belliaerra, Asajt*!!?-, st: , se<- "peclsi advertlse.'n'nte fry Fct farther '*for.-*at?oa, 7ar??ik Tickets, *?^,ipply f> TSOMAH fl PARSONS, Ageat, at Wacki?3t?a StaUen. JOBr-f H. DOffK, Mrjiei ci /ransportstlea, Biltlaikt* aid Uhlo Railroad, Balilx?t?. MayS?tf Wa?Htft<JTOA UKANCU KAILKOAJD. SlRM'lRli (illANGK OF HOURS.-On and after Moa J day, the 23d Instant, the Trains will Leave W& klngton at ft and a. ro., a?d 3 and p. m On Sunday at p. m Leave Baltimore at and 9jtf a m., sad Z tied 44 p. m. On Sunday at I* a ra ap 23?lr T. II. PARSONS, Ageaf. I NEW YORK. HATS. WISH ALL GENTLEMEN WHO ARE IN want of Hats to kxtar in mind that the plan which I adopted -lx months ago, of selling HATS and CAPS at greatly reduced prices, for cash only, Is in sucecss- av-st. i" fill operation, consequently those who pay cash have the benefit of < ash, and ar? not charged twenty- five r-f r ?. c^?nt extra profit to ou>ct bad dt-hts. The very iMv.t and most fashionable DRESS II \TS, at S3 00, equal to any usually sold at SO, and the best S3 Hat south of New York; and a tirst rate, durable, and fashionable Hat. Si 60. A full supply of black and brown FELT HATS, and Children's Fancy Goods, at very low prices. Small profits and quick sales Is the motto. ANTHONY, Practical Hatter, Seven'h street, near Pennsylvania avenue, Opposite Dexter s Hotel. 1 have made arrangements with one of the best boot iriakers in Philadelphia to l>? kept constantly supplied with the very best and most fashionable French calf skin sewed BOOTS, warranted French calf, or no sale, which 1 offer for the un pfccedent?*d low ? rice of 83 62)f. I have shown them to competent Judges, who pronounce thetn to be the best Boots for the price in the United States. I also havea splendid sewed GAITER BOOT, made of the very best French calf skin partent leather, all of the latest style, for S3 60. Competition Is out of the question. All I ask is for gentlemen to come and see for themselves Terms positively cash. dec 0?eo3m TWO SUPERB PIANO FORTES AT A GREAT SACK! KICK OWING TO THE DEATH OF Mr. Gaehle, and the necessary dissolution of theiH2^3taa H'm of Knabe. Gaehle k Co , PlanofJ manufacturers, Baltimore, it is positively neces sary' to settle up the entire affairs of the late lirm. We hate two very superior Instruments on hand, from the celebrated manufactory of this popular firm, which must be sold within a short time. One a magnificent Louis XIV. style beautifully carved 7-octave Rosewood Piano, the factory price of which is *450. One superb Rosewood Piano, four round cor ners, full 7-octaves?fkctory price $375 These instruments will be sold at astonishing deductions for cash. This is an opportunity but seldom offered to thoae in want of a reliable Pi ano. Also, always on hand Pianos from HaUet, Da vis, A Co., Boston, and Bacoa <fc Raven, New York. Piano Stools, Guitars, Violins, Flutes, Accor deons, Banjos. Strings, Music, Music Paper, &?. Give us a call and see for vourselvea. JOHN F. ELLIS, 11 30" Pa. av^bet. 0th and lOth sts ACCORDEONS, BANJOS, GUITARS. m ^ifnoa, Ac.at JOHN F. ELLIS'S, jan M 300 between ?in and imv> TO ALL THAT VALUX THE IB BIGHT. WISH ES to rail the attention to all that snttef with defective sight, caused by a^e, sick ness and particularly from classes lnjudlclouslv selected, to his superior SPECTACLES ana GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency, suited precisely and beneficially to the wearer ac cording to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous are the ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of usln^ glasses in not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optomittr; and the practice of many years, enables him to measure the focal disease of the eyes, and such classes that are absolutely re

quired will be furnished with precision and satis faction. J. T. acknowledges the very liberal encourage ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa tronage of those that have not yet availed them selves of his old. Persons that cannot conveniently call, toy send ing the glasses in use, and stating hew many Lnchee thev can read this print with their specta cles, can be supplied with such that will Improve their sight. I nr.umerable testimonials to be seen ; andiefer ?nees given to mtny who have derived the greatest rase and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his ottoe. No. 619 ?eventh street, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. Noeiolk, September^, IBM. Blr?The Spectacles you made for me suit very veil, and seem to have improved my eight more lhan any ether i have lately tried. L1TT. W. TAZEWELL. I is*9 tried a pnlf of Spectacles obtained fro* Wr. 'Xoblas, aad iad lh-. mof great assistance te my s'.ght, and corres^ntlug w?th h'.s description jf the foeus. 1 irooiuaeod klm as a skillful optl Ham. HENRY A. WISE. Mr. J. Vouiam : Sir?The palml Spectacles v?i rur."lsr*.l T.e y*terd?y are particularly satlsfM toryto :xs. Tr.cy ar?; re./ aecldediy the bc*i. I to's y-. and I arc the ovrn-r of eight or nine pair, MrefnV./ selected In diCerent pi,.ce* and from op llcl?j.N 'recorcmrodod to ire en a"c.o*int of their profecr Jcnnl standing 'n England, France aad tne United States. 1 have been also pleaW with ?our remarks aud directions on the treatment ?! the eves, for the purpostof preserving and li*TW? tic sight. Kesp-cifully, yours. * ?' chas. Caldwell, Trefesor of M. C., Louisville, Kj. LTJicnatx*. Not. 10,1854. Kr. ,'eb* Tobias having finished me with SUsf.s, bv which 1 have been greatly aided (my rlidon having suffered greatly from reading at n?gbt iu my earlier life) It affords me the highest pleasure to say that 1 consider him a skillful prac :ical owtielan. and well prepared to aid these wh? aav setd his professional services WM. B ROSZIK, Eld*;r cI Methodist Confereaee. WiLmsfeTCM, N. C., Jaa. 27, lflM. Mi J Tobias: De^r Slr-1 am hsppy to say Wnt 'h? Spectacles which 1 obtained from you lasl ?rerk ate entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity In the visual rangt1 of my eyes, I have hereto fore found gr^at difficulty in getting glasse* of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to jtate that, by the aid of your optometer, this uiffl jttlty has Wen happily obviate*! so that tbeglassee ?ou firulshed me are decidedly the best adapted i* *>y ey*? of any I have ever yet used. V?ry respectfully,yours, K. B. DRANK, Recto: of St. James' Parish Department cf Interior, Mr,y 7,1055. Fiffli natural defects and the unequal ranged ?v ryes, 1 have teen compelled to use glasses for several yr*n>. 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfect]v fitted to my syes. Fo.;r months since *ir. Totlas made two ?*ir* especially for me, which I have found tc *'"*iv?> ire perfectly. I?v the use of his optometer if 1? enabled to adapt fe lasses minutely to the eye. ; most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all diving occasion to use glasses, and bear nsy testl KJr.1, r.x to his sk.li as an optic'ar HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Laa* WtnanU. If?if i'KIVAlK MEDICAL TREATISE o:r TH8 PHEL030PHICAL VIEW OF MARHIAGE, BT IW . B . IiA i: R O I *, M ? I?M ?ALBANY, N Y., f5f rvgts and 130 Fine, Plain, and Colortd Litk cgraphs and Plaiet. Puiei ojti.T Twk"1! Fivb Ob^ts. Sent Free of Postage to all parts of the Union. /CHEAPEST ROOK EVER PUBLISHED? and containing nearly double the quantity of read ing matter in that of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS it treats on the PH YSIOL OGY OF MARRIAGE, and 'he Steret Infirmities and Disorder if Youth and Maturity, resulting from ex cesses, which destroy the physical and mental pow ers. with Observations on Marriage, Its duties and disqualifications, and their remedies; with Lithographs, Illustrating the Anatomy and Physiology, and Diseases of the Re productive Organs of both sexes, their structure, uses, and functions. A popular and comprehen sive Treatise on the Duties and Causaltles of sin ale and married Ufo?happy and fruitful alliances, mode of securing them?infelicitous and infertile ones?their obvlatlon 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 tieatment of females frosn infancy to old a+:e,each ?hhp graphically Illustrated by beautiful lithogra phic plates?nervous debility, Its causes and s?tir?? by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual that failure Is impossible?rules fordaiy manage ment?an es-ay on SpormatorrhtEa, with practical nbsefvatlonson the safer and more butoess.ul mode of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re suiting from empirical practice?an essay on all diseases arising rrom indiscretion, with plain and simple rules by which all persons can cure them selves without mercury?remedies for those self inflicted miseries and disappointed hopes so un fortuna'ely prevalent In the young. It is a truth ful adviser to the married ana those contemplating marriage. Its perusal is particularly recommend ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their physical condition, and who are conscious of hav ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privileges to which every human being !s entitled Price TWENTY-I* 1VE CENTS per copy, or Five Capiet> for One Dollar. Mailed, free or |?ost age, to all parts of the United States N. B.?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the d!?oase? upon which this book treats, either personally or by mail Medi cine sent to any pirt p.f the Union according todi rrtctions, safely pocicd and carefully seemed from all observation. Address Dr. M. B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maiden Lane, or Post OfiHoe Boi 579 Albany, N . Y. JiT" Office open daily, from U a m to 9 p m and on Sunda> from 1 until 5 p. m. JHT Office REMOVED fr<>m No 5fi Beaver st. to;$l Maiden Lnne, Albany, New York. doc 28-1 y TYLER'S COMPOUND 5TRUP OF ttt'M ARABIC AS A PEMF.DY FOP COUGHS. COLDS, HOARSENESS, ASTHMA, WIHKM'INU COUCH,CROUP,Ac., possesses the greatestad vantages, with the least objections of any other in use, having been extensively used the Uu?.t twenty years with unparalleled success, not trumpeted to (lie world as a specific or cure all, but recom mended as a valuable and scientific auxiliary in FULMortAP.T casks, ready at haud. and one that has hern generally founa to afford relit* where most others have been tried without mHterialben i-flt. As such it Ik recognized by numbers of ouj leading physicians, who know its composition, and have been eye witnesses of its superior efsl r-.acy, as well as by thousands of our most table citizens, who all endorse Its claim to being =afe, palatable, economical and etflcaclous. Price 25 cents, or three bottles in one 50 cents Wholesale Agents, PATTERSON A NAIRN, find STOTT A CO., Penna avenue; PEEL & STEVENS, Alexandria; C1SSEL, Georgetown Retailed by Druggists generally. Also, TYLER'S GUM ARABIC COUGH CANDY DROPS, the same composition in Lozenge form, 12X cents a box. nov 19 IMMEDIATE RELIEF FOR THE TOOTU'ACUK IS FOUND. There is now offered to the world a most effectual remedy for the cure of Tooth ache, In fact the only ont known to cure the most violent tooth-ache Instantaneously, if properly applied according to direction. Should the pain aner the first application, in course of time, re-anpear, the same application has to be made a^ain, and after two or three applications the cure will be effectual and the decayed tooth as useful as any other. This really Indispensable remedy causes no pain, and Is warranted to have no Injurious effect whatever. Pleasecallfor A. FERGER'S TOOTH-ACHE BALSAM. Price 25 cents per phial. To be had at the Drug Stores of A. J. RIDG LEY, CHAS. STOTT A CO , D. J. DYSON, V. hARBAUGH, and J. B. GARDNER A CO., Washington. nov 3 Bibles and prayer books, in rich Velvet, Turkey Morocco, and plrln binding Chlldrens' Books, the most extensive assort ment to be found In the DUtrlct. Miss Bunkley's Escaped Novioe, price 91. Harper's Magazine for January Also, a large assortment of Ivory and pearl landle PENKNIVES, PISTOLS of aU kinds. For sale by E. K LUNDY, deo 91?tt No. Bridge at., Geoflgetow Carter's Spanish Mixture THE G RE AT PURIFIER OFTMR BLOOD! Brut Alterative Kmwi!! NOT A f A BTICLS or MKirriT IN IT?!* An Infallible remedy for Scrofula, Kind's Kvfl, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Fosttiles on the Face Blotch**, Boll*, Ague and Few, Chronic Bor*- F.ye* Rtngwonn or Tetter, S^ald Heeld. F.nlarge meat and pala of the Bones and Joints, S*l< Rheum. Stubborn Ulcere, Syphilitic Disorder* and all diseases arising froiu an injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or Impurity at the Blood. THIS great remedy, which ha* become so rap ldlv and so Justly celebrated for Its extraoadl uarv etficaev In relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible form* of disease with which mankind Is afflicted. Is now offered to thr public, with the confident assurance that no Mio ical discovert ever made has been so emlaf-ntly successful In curing Scrofcla, and all di*baj>bs or tub Blood,as CARTER SPANISH MIX TURK. * The proprietor* are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details or cures made in all parts of tbs country, and In most cases where the skill of the best Physicians had been ried In vain. Its now?r over the Blood Is truly remarkable and all diseases arising from impurity of the great Sbat or Lira have been relieved and cured with out a single failure, out of thet^ocsands who have used it Carter's Spanloh Mixture contains ne Mercury, Opium. Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, but Is composed of Roc t* and Herbs, com bined with other ingredients of known virtue, and may be given to the youngest Infant or most de bilitated Invalid, without th? least possible heei tatlon. VVe have only rcom for short extracts from the volumes of testimony In our possession, and ail from gentlemen of the highest respectability, ws'J knowr. In their various localities. Please read fo yourselves. We take great pleasure in calling the attention of our readers to the merits of Carter's Spanish Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood, it enjoys a reputation in this city unequalled by ant otherpreparation.?Daily Dupatc*, Richmond The n on John M Botts,ofVa . says heooisld ers il a maitCT of duty to add his testimony to tht virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, from actbai pzbso!??l oBssavATion of Its remarkable cura tlve powers for the disease* lu which it Is used We h? ve been eu;ed of a violent and protracts Ldver dtsnase by Carter's Spenlsh Mixture. W? know it to be ail It professos.?Editor Soutkstdt Dtmocrat, Ptttrtburg, fa. We have found from personal trial, that Car ter's Spahlsh Mlst'ira Is a truly valuable medl clae ? Ed. V?rg?n%ts Ind'p*n.diii. Vt. OK EAT CURE OF SCROFUL A- A pre** man In our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter's Span bh Mixture, artei everything else hadfalled ??th er cures which have come under our own observa tion, prov?? to us conclusively, that Is really a val nablc medicinal agent. We take greet jn;?asurr in colli ug the attention of the afflicted to its mer its ?Kxckmond Rtpnbixcas. SYPHILIS.?1 have seen a number of rnres of Syphilis performed by Carter's Spanish Mlxtnie. I believe It to be a pos.'ect uatldotc for that borri bledisease. K. BURTON, Com. of Beveane for cltv of Rlrhmoai LITER DISEASE ? Samuel M. Drinker. oj the firm of Drinker fc Morris, Booksellers, Rich mond, Vc . was cored of Liver dls?a*e of several years standing by exiy three boftles of Cartci'a Spanish Mixture. OLD SOKES, ULCERS AND OPSTINATE FKUFTIONS 01i TtiE SKIN ?See tbeeur? ?if Mr. ilsrwool, an< others, derailed In cr Al manac The nujhocr of sjcL crises cired by Car tor's Spanish Mixture, precludes (he posslbllit) of Inserting them In an advertisement. EFFECTS OF MEKCUP. Y?See the cure e 1 Mr. F.lmore He was eaten up with Mercury fcnd co"ld obtain no relief, until h? took six bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, whieh perfectly restored him to heal'.U and vtger. NEURALGIA?Mr. F Boyden, formerly of the Astor House. N. Y .but more recently propri etor of the Exchange IIetel, Richmond, wascijred of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Since that time, he says he has seen It cure more than s hundred case* of the disease In which It Is u"-d He never fti'ls to recommend It to the afflicted KHEUMATISM?Mr. Jckn F. Harrison, Druggist, of Martl.nsburg, Va , writes of the sin gular cure of a violent ease of R ht umatism. The patient could tot wslk. A few bottles entirely cured him SCHOFULA.?Wr Harrison also writes ef t gioat cure of Scrofu'a, In the person of a younp lady, (of'hree years standing,} which all the doe tors could not reach Six bottles made a cure of her. SYPHILIS? Dr K.T Hendle,of Washin* ton. D C , who cured an obstinate case of Syphi Us by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says <4lt acts spe clallv on the Blood, Liver and S>kln and is prompt ar.d effle lent In Its results." Dr. John Mlnge, formerly of the City Hotel. Richmond, now of Alabama, says he nas seer Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In a num ber of oa*es with astonishingly good effect He recommends It as "the most efficient alterative lr nse." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA.?Mr. Jos Robinson, of Wooster. Ohio, was cured o) Scrofula *nd Salt Rheum of three years standing by only three bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture *VM. 8 BEERS A CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New York. LLT Price f 1 per bottlp, or six bottles for *5. For sale by CH AS. STOTT. Washington, D. C.,ar.d Druggists generally. octl?ly OLESWOOi* CEMKTE'lt, Ufrica No. aii Pa. ave., oernsr lOtfc street. (ovaa thb saviiifc'a ba^k ) 'I^HIS OBMETERY Is laid out on the f'an ol " the celebrated Greenwood, of New Yotk,auU sl'.iiAted on the high ground dlftsnt one and a qudr(?r ml'.ee north of the Capitol?North Cjipitoi stieer leading directlvto the imtyway. This Company hav?seevirea a eharterfr Con gres?,appropriating their iTO'iiid forever to burial purpuu*, making a ftc title to the purcfc "s< r, and prohibiting all eucroachments from legislation o: otherwise, which is of Test importance to those who wish their dead to repc^e where thc;htv? placed the tj, for it has becomr a custom in all other cities wLer. the burial grourdbocome.. valu able for other purposes, to te>l it, and thr>w tat dead promi?coua!y Into one large pit, ani legal tm-asures o.ann^l prevent it, as no titles eh gives to the ground. N. if?Ofllce opea from 10 to IV o'clock a m , where Pamphlets, oontalning the Charter, By Lawi?, and a m?p of the ground, and all other In formation, can be ot>t2i:ieU. All orders left with Mr. James F. Harvey, N?. CIO Seventh street, or any other undertaker, will be promptly attended to. , IS?ly SOMETHING TO OLD AND YOVNS. PROFESSOR froull'l HAIR BS8T0BATITB. ^I^HIS preparation, although less than tw-? years ? before the public; owm^ to Its wonderful ef fect* upou the Luman hair jsd scalp, has already Obtained a celebrity and salt p<*rfecily paralleled, it hats without theordlnary apollance used for f.irh purjjosei. won it* wav. an<l been heertlly welronw-A to :ao,,t of the cltle? ?r.d towns In the Unlt?d States, th-Oanadas, arid the West li.dia Islands Nor is this result surprising wLen it le r?-meiui?ered that Its popularity It; ba- < d upon its merits, ^'>lely z* eFtaulishtxi by acU;aI twis. Tfcr.t thin nrcT-aratloa will aciually Restore gray Hair to Its Natural Color, produce a luxuriant ?raW.h up<m the b^ds cf O e bald, prevent the Rlr from falling ? ff, and Whrr i:se<rti.s a tonic ar tlrle, oroduce a contlnusl low of the natural fluid and thus render the hslr s<?lt, glosby and wavy, destroy diseases of the scalp, and expel dendrnff! the certificates of dirtlngulshed gentleman ar.4( ladies In even- part of the country who have tried It, and therefore tpeak what they know, most ful ly attest. That by a proper use of this Restorative the hair csn b* made tn attain and retain Its natu ral color to almost any f t alotted to humanity, by removing the caube of dl-u-ase from the -eaip? ao matter how long standlrg?the concurrent tes timonial"! cf the press and the certificates of nu merous respectable Individuals of both eeXe* u the use of tnls curative, as well as of the recom mendations of editors and certificates before alio <!ed to, can be had of all agents. BKooxniLD, Mass , Jan IB, 1H55 Pmor Wood?Dear Sir?Having made trial ot your Hair Restorative, it gives me pleasure to say that Its effect has b?*a excellent in removing In flammation, dandruff, and a constant tendency tc Itching, with which 1 have beea troubled fron childhood, and has alsoc cstored ay hair, whlck was becoming grav, to?. is original color 1 havf used no other article, with aavthiag like toe saa< pleasure and profit. Yours, truly J. K. BRA??. Taster ef Orthodox Church. Brroi.|?id Caxlti* III., Jnneir, i8?. I kare used Prof O. J. Wood's H.\1r Kestora tlve, and have admired Its wonderful effrrt. f.tj hair was becoming, as I thought, prematurely gray; but by the use of his "Restorative" It h&a resumed its original oclor. aad 1 have no doubt, permanently so SIDNEY BRELSfc, Ex Scaator Val ted States. Paor. WoolDear Sir?My hair eomraeaced falling off some three or foar years siaoe, and col tlnued to do so until 1 became quite bald 1 tried all the popular remedies of the day, but to no ef feet, at last I was lnduoed to use your orl'bretec Hair Restorative, and am very happy to say It i? doing wonders I have bow a fine growth of young hair, and eheerfully reccauaead Its use t? all simllairly afltloted. A. C WILLIAMSON, 1& Second street. Address O. J. WOOD A CO.. Proprietors, 911 Broadway, New York, aad 114 Market street, St Louis, mo. C. STOTT A CO., wholesale sad retail Ageat Washington. W. W_T>YOTT * SONS, F?. as i?if PCCTOR HOOF LAND'S CELEBRATED (&crmgn Bitters, rurtir? bt DE 0. M. JACU01, Philfti'4^ Pr, WTLL BrrBCTDAXAT CVU lira comtuiht, innru, unmet Cknm* tr //? rt^am. n.- - ? Ckramie w J/prvoma V ^ Kidmp*, amd *U mrmmf frmm m * ?riUrid IA*mr or ~ 8*ch a* Constipation. Inward Piles, FoIImh, or Blood to the Mead Aridity of the Stomach, Naa aea. Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fullness, or Weight In the Stomach. Sour Ernetatloes. Sink ing or Fluttering at the Pit of the Mpvl, Swimming of the Head. Hurried and DiAcult Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dot* of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head. Pel Clencv of Perspiration, Yellosrneas of the Skla and Eyes. Pain In the Side. Bark. Cbeot, Ltmha Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning la the Flesh. Constant Imagining* of Evil, and great Depression of Spirita. THE PROPRIETOR, in railing the attention of the public to thla preparation, doe* *o with a feeling or the utmost conddence In It* vtrtne* and adaptation of it to the diseases for which It t* iwom mended. It Is no ne / and untried article, but one that haa stood the test of a ten years' trial before the A met lean people, and its reputation and waleIs nnrt vai ed by any similar preparation* extant. The testimony in it* favor given by the moat promi nent and well-known Ph vsiclans and Individuals, in all part* of the country Is immense The fol lowing from North Carolina is respectfully mltted. referring any who may still doubt, to tha ?'Memorabilia.^ or Practical Rr?elpt Book for Partners and F amUies. to be bad gratia of all tha Agents for the German I". tiers Prinrlral OtBre tnd Manufactory, IN ARCI STREET, PHILADELPHIA, FA. TE8T1MONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA ftrM/liati 1/ Dr. W Sm%tk,*f ft** Hill, Rtik mend Ctsata, Tf. C Ptw* K'LL, March <, 1W4 D? O. M Jiirca?, I Liiadr phi*- Pear Sir: I have h-<-n s snfcjrc.* cf Dyspeee?*, In it* worst fern It tLe last f re yrrra Snca war my condl tl.>o fr.. iwr? t.-r- non?L? IhU the sb biotas* *nd ail who ?;?w n.r ?*5d ! zrrst dr. \\ ui> la thla ro?. dltlon j t*;rlrd tc sfce waln'ap r'.ares la Vir ginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina, br.twss sot benefitted by s*!\ water to wblrh I taken While on nrsy w*yh"mel storj-d ? wekat Kutk eTfordton, a rs-ail flttwr In North Carolina, in try tht< rtfiet <1 seme Chalybeate water in thai plicc AI out tec lert of thf week i went into a drug st-cr* to get nom' m<diclne for my child and mynelf The: e were several of the elflage pbysl clans lr. ffce rtere, and cne of their seemed to take some i ?ere-i In mv case. and, tflrr asking me some qlocation*, said he had l?ea a dpeeptlr and hiu* be? n greaiiy benefited by ibe ??? of HOOK LAND'S GERMAN HITTER3, p-epared ky Eiu.cod he Insisted that I would try the ;<|tter?. eaJsc called the ant day at ay .<v m. and 1s alated ?o m->eh tbat I wonid trv tbeaa tbst I ask?d hlai t? pret mr one bfl'Ue P.edldB, end I ?*>? ?lemc* n tak *e It aa dlrrotec.aad i was rerra he? aAMed by it -?.n ail uc water aad aacdiclM i had ??cr ukea Alter reaeblag b?K? c*>e ef mr aelgkbers caie# to me Icr a pre-rrlp^laa trd ieed ?' *e, (he a dy? Wle,} asd I fave hla -earfy r.il tb' Bittera I >e.n. wMch ri.'erted ?nrfc pnr* <? kls oaae He tu ^ftn relied o? we t*r uoie of tbe s*m? klad of ired?ei?a, nsylag be was aie.e benefited hy It tbsB aey o'Ler zm hsd ukca. bvt I ha?e ?"? beea nbie to ^ -zy more frr bio- ar wvaelfstnee, will yoe, thrrtfoir., p.rtnt sblp me a dri?* at wort as s<v?n ts roratMe. Rosptotfi^Dy, yonra, W SMI TP D R HOORF.R . Roger'* Stera. Waae (?e t H V., October ^1, IHK, aavs: "H arlnc ejpr rlenced rer* g"?' brnHIt from tk? ?ae of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS !? Chronic Dysentery end functional derangement oj the Ll^er, and lu com oml'ani t vi j. ; arr de*lr<- ? of obta'.nlng a ^uactit^' of It for :he bereft of n:? oommunity. Vou will, thcrefrie, piease sead a lot, ftc , Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J, ATWOOB Novotoher let, } Dr. C. M JarYs? n?Deer Sir : AJl^w me teea press to vo'; my flurere thanks for ynnr d1?<-overt of t medicine whiob, to say the least of it. has ef footed a cure that all ether medicines, thst I bxv# taken, have entirely failed to do HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS *?ave cured roe of the aaasi rtubbc.a and aggravated case of the riL*a that, perhaps. erer fell to the lot of man. My case Is not a Granger In this community, as I am well known In thl" and the srrrroundlng counMes, and can truly say that my recovery has astounded a'.l mv frieodn and relations, as I Lad tried evcrythlae reccramended. aud notalng did ine any gmd as til I wns prevailed upon to try the Bitters \n are at liberty to make any us-e of thla communica tion for tbc benefit of the aMictod, you may tk'tk prefer. Truly, yw* WM J. ATWOOP Tuese bitters s.re tmirtif ?<g?<mbit. ihev Invig orate and strengthen the M-Btemf never prostraia H, and can be "sed for li-ft; :* as we'l as adulta For sale by respectable dealers cverywh' re. tad by 7 D OILMAN, Uashlnpton: J L KID WELL, Geor?eiow?. and J. K PIER PONT, Alexandria. mar 1?If Hwwtbvilli, Vadk'.a Co . N. <* THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Dr. lkE5lNEDY. ?f Raxbary, Haa dlacovered In one of our common pa?t?h wked? a remedv that cures EVERY KIND OF Hl'MOR; Ho* TBI woasT scxoftla tow.n to a foe HON PIMPLC. HE I!AS TRIED IT IN OVER ELEVEN hundred case*, cud never failed csrept In two ca?e*. (both thunder humor ) He has n?^w In bW pos?es*1on over two hundred certlfloat' * of its eli tue, all within twenty miles of Boston. Two battles are warranted to cure a nursing sore mouth. One to three bottles will onrc the worst kind of pimples on the fw. Two to three t>ottlea will clear the system of biles. Two bottles are warranted to cure the word canker in the mouth and stomach Three to flve*bottles are warranted to cure the worst caw of Erysipelas One to two bo'Ues are warraetod to cure ail humor In ?he ayes. Two bottles are warranted to cure running of th> < arsaud blotches an>ong the hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to cure corrupt ?nd running uicers Oneboitle will cure scaly errntlon of th? skin. Two to three bottles are warianted to cure tbf worst ca?e of rlncwom Twotothre? botrirt are warranted to cure Ike mnst de*percte ca;.e of rheumatism Three to four bottles are warranted te cure tM salt rheum Five to eight bcUics will c-*re the worst case*"* scrofula. A beneit is alwsy* experJemod the bottle, aid a perfect cure is warranted wb'-n the above Tinntity Is take,i Reader, i jjen-'el-d over a thousand bottl"s "t tbiMli'. the vicinity of 5to?te u J know the ed?rt of It in tveryrjuc 6o sure as water wlil ertlt gulsh ftre, m? sjre wiHtLls C" *e liumor I '*ewt sold a bottle cf It b'lt that Mi'd another; nf*er? trial It a!w?y* s}>eaks frr Itself Thr*e srr tw> things abo;U thl* h< rb that ap^ee.rs to me s ?rpH? !ng; firfct that it grows lu our pastures. In som' Crses quite plentiful, and >vt lis vniue has are* n known until I discovore**. it in !? If?*oe?"?d. that it should cure all ki:;d of humor. In order to glee seme Idea of t\c suddrr. r1?* and great popv?nrlty ef the di-eevory, I will ??ate that In April, l^J, 1 ped-iled It. and sold aben'* boitloa per day?In April. l^Ci, 1 sold over 1,""? bottles per day of It. Some of the wholesale Drogp'sts wli'1 kawiei la business tw?i<ty and thirty yc;tre. say that no thing In the anrsla cf patent medleloes was eea like It There Is a universal praise of It from all quarters. In my own practloe I eiway* kept it strictly f?? huirort>?but : lr.c? Its introduction as a gcaera family medicine, great ar.d w?>nd??rful ?lrt'!<^ have been found in It that 1 never suspocted Several ca?es of epileptic ftt??a disease wbM was always rorsldered Incurable, have been rurxs by a few boitUw O. whst a enerry if it will prove efrclual In all ca?e? of tbat awful malady?there are but few who have Ken more of It than I ha?* 1 know of several ea?es of Dropsy, all of tb?rr aged people cured bv it For the various disease* of the Liver. Sick Headache. Dv*peo?ia, A?thror Fever and Ague. Pain in the Side, Diseases of tc Spine, and particularly in disease* of the neys, Ac . the discovery ha* done more g<>od tu?i any medicine ever known No change of diet ever necessary?eat the w' you can get and enough of It , Direction!' for V** ?Adults one table ?jiO<'af'" Kr day?Children over ten years dessert spoor. 1?-Children from five to eight vears, tea sp-n' ful. As no directions oan be api-ln*ble to all con stltutlonn, take suAclent to operate on the be we. twice a day. KlHtrtCTVaiD ST DONALD REN NED Tt Jf?. 1<0 Warren ilrert Horhnrfr, M**> Paica, One Doll a a Wholesale Agents?New York CUV. ' CLICK N K R, 81 Barclay street: C H 11? Broadway, A II AD SAN'PS ' ^ ' n k street Philadelphia, T W DYOTT A SON5* T BaH1m?".-e, BROwN A BROTHER. * J HATCH: Alexandria. PEEL A STEVEN? M At Retail by aU respectable Druggists In tkOW U si tad States and British Provlnoes. and also bf v' the DrugglaU of this City. octW-ly_ BKLSHES, COMBS, roWATt *, Colrgt* Bay Rum, k?., st ELLIS'S xi " 306 Pa. avcuoe.