Newspaper of Evening Star, August 30, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 30, 1856 Page 4
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? V EN IN<3 STAR. bbilliafts. SUM AND SHOWER. Um tun, br sendeth shower? Alike they're needful to the rtowar; And j'T* ?**** 'Mnl. To ?lvo tbo soul 1U nourishment. At comet to me or cloud or sun, Pither I thy will, not mine, be done. Can loving children e'er reprove With murmurs who they trust and love ? Creator. I would ever be A trusting, loving child to thee; As cornea to me or cloud or sun. Father, thy will, not mine, be done O, ne'er will 1 at life repioe; Enough that thou hast made 1' mlne_ Where fills the shadow rold of death, i yet will ?lng with parting breatb, As comet 11 me or shade or sun. Father : thy will, not mine.be [SarmM Fl?vtr Jdami. CHILDREN. And still I looked upon their And so?aht through nature l i Of perWt beauty, inoo- snc. i^d b^s, And fairest imagery around me thronged, I '-w drops st day tprlna on a ser.phjs lucks, F oses that bathe avout the well of 11 f?, Toung loves, young hopse, dancing on morning's cheek, tiems leaping In the coronet of Love! Rc beautiful, to fiul of life, they ??emed As made entire of beams of angels' eyes. Way, guileless, soortlve, lovely, little things ' Pitying around the den of sorrow, clad In smiles, believing In their fairy hopes, A ad thinking man and woman 'rue * all Jay, Happy all day, anl happy all the night! [Pelltm. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. Willtvrde* Hotel? J. C. A ?. A. willarh. J TilAt A ly, Mo T T Whaley, do ftllss L Toler, do OA Price, Md W p Murgrove, NT J D Blven ft jy, O J C Haden, ly, A child, 8 H Hardwtck, N Y do L D C-alg ft ly, Mass TTMnlden,? G Lawrence, la W W Wray, NT J Belllngc. NC J W Herndon. do W M Hamrick, NY H C Klnman, Iowa ? Klllott ft ly, do T J Klninin. do SSGrare. Va 0 A Brassell, Ps J Hanten, ly ft ?>n, do J O Winston, Mass W M Weedeu, do 1 Pollock, Va 8 A Ret <1, Pa Miss Pollock.do J lirysnt. NY B Her kings. Md L L Garland, do Dr8W ttul*e, La J M Matey,do J Barker, do W B Snyder. Pa J C Harrison, do Si Carpenter, U IB St fcohn, Ct W P Jenn ngs, do MaJ K Johnso^U^A W W Oephard, Va JSa*onftly,K C J Torrey, NJ Col Macfarlan ft It, 8C C H >pk:nt, NY Miss Macfirlan, ao N Plnnev, Mass W 8 Hunter, Fla C L Kraff, Md F A Hegenneae, NT Miss M fc. Kratf, do J Early, Md U r* James ft ly, Va PrOA Ko t, do J J Hughes, l a H Rose, do Miss liughes, do Mrs Brent, do JCLnrgon.O Mre Bowie ft sister, do Naflonnl lfoirl.?wu. sir. C DVgges Md Dr J F Knr'a 4 Thomson, SC K M M fairy J Moore, do Col J (i Davis, Md C Gratara. do K A Thompson, C'sl W P Butler, do t B Ittla, ly, Va B P Wataon, Ala Miss Katls, do H Ramnes, ly. bC t A Eitis, do W Ramnes. do J A Eitis, do Pr Simons. Md J D Atkins, Fla F S P.ost, Mo Dr R H stnart, son, drs, D T Ward do R Martin. NY C H Cart-r, Md Dr Ogle, ly, Md Miss Carter, do J W opa.a!iiy\ Va B W Clark, La B J Walker. Ky C Marshall, Md Rev 8 L Helm,'do Dr Deavla, NF N P Inglehart. Ill E Francis. DC H Spencer, Va L J B hutching, Mo 8 McDonald, do D C Dlgges, d kilts Envoy do W King, Ala J Sallsgardslsy, do Dr W II Kllett, NY D Smitn, do MUs Vnlliant, Va O Hoffman, do R W Brooke, Md 8 Miliiken, Jr. Pa SHHuner.do A Hamilton, Md J M Parker, do T J Edelln, do Browne' Hotel.?r. P. & u. brow*. W M Hough, V* Hon L M Keltt, 8C B H Partlow, do TU Drayton J West, NY Mrs s M Drayton, T Bryant, fam NO C D \Valts*, 8J H A vVilsou. ly, Pa H F Clalborn, ly Miss Rock, do Mrs Smith, Va 8 M Stevens, O E l? Spright, ly, Ala Miss 8 Luat, do S (J Potts. NJ Miss A Lunt, do F ht"ckdale, Ky T J Falson, NC D J Garten, Md L Andrews, baud Is T B Carr.Ml, Tenn W C Mungen, Ky Miss Carroll, do N F Harrlugton, 111 J Newaon, do R Llnthicum, ky T W V>hlt?,ly, do Miss Anthony J McCourler, Pa Mr Rose, Oal M B Price, ly, Ky C P Wunderhlh, 8C Mrs Taylor/do A Moss. Ala C S Kdinuna'soa, Md J L Halnsworth, do P H Preaier, Fla MlM Larklns, do E Hays, Md Hon L M Kennstt, Mo Z Bs.ry Kirkwood Hossc?J. A a h kirkwooD. t* R Mean on, Mus W Parnham, Doston W Wharton. Ala Hoa B Aisrtin, Tenn J W MlchJ, Va N J Powers, Va F 6 Fenton, NJ N K V\ alton, Md J A Rowland, Md W Zetzer, Miss W R Pago, Va C Branding ft ly, do Hon A Kuek, Axk Ml-ts Kr&naiuif. do W Wall, DC U W Tuhuet, O M0VKHE57S OF Uo'aAN 3f BAMKK8 NstM Littn Fsr i>ty. Baltic Nsw York...Liverpool... Aug. 30 Africa,... New York.. Liver pool.. Sept. 3 Hermann New York..llremen Sept. 8 rioa iiKurs Erlao<on Llvrrpool ...New York Aug. 20 Niagara Liverpool. ...Boston Aug 16 Persia ...Liverpool....New York Aug 543 T"hl?.on Havre Ne* York.Aug. 'JH The California steamers leave New York ouths &<h and am a of each montn The Overland Mailt to India nnd China. We have often been asked for Information in re gard to the departure of the Malls lrom England to China, 'tie followlcg may be interesting to those who have correspondence with the East: The mails leave Southampton on the 4th and tfOth of each month, and arrive at Gibraltar ubjut the Wth and 2ith of same month; arrive at Malta about the ltlh and 30th of same mouth \ arrive at Alexandria about the l=th ot same and 4th cf fol lowing month. Leaves Suez about the 20th or Wist of same a nd Sth or C'.h of followlag mouth; arrives at Aden about the itch or iMth uf same and lo;h or lith of foiiowiqg moath Leaves Aden about th? 5Mth or J/th of same and day of arrival for ilomuay,^.nd 11th to 13th for China, Ac India i Navy steamer arrives at Bombay about tlu* 3d t j Sth and IVth to 21st of following mouth. P. and O steamer arrives at Peint de (ialle about the 9th or ?tb and *2d to 23d of fallowing month , leaves Point de Gaile for Pulo Psnang the sains day, if thesttaraer has already arrived which tares the malloa : arrives at Pulo Ptataag about the Ulth or 13ih andifctt and^Kth of follow ing month; arrives at Hlnjfapore about the 13ta or 16tk and 31st or 1st of foliotvuit? month; leave* Singapore about 14 hours after arrival; arrives at Hon" Ksrg about thsUid or ?4lh and ->th or 10th of follow;mujiih, .saves next dayfor Shanghai. Two nia?s l#ve Kiy .and ?one on the 8th and loth of each munth?via Manillas, and arrive at Alexandria snout the same time as tLo Southamp oa mail ^ HW?L,KTS' 15P*? Tt M ttLKHN, ??ielo? of Silver Ops, P"b'V- For.s. and Spo^i pur^ses ^ ftc , suiubls foe school M W GALT ft HROTHF.R ^-8t Ha ave . b?. wttx nad lit' h sts. JONAS F. LIVT, " laromi 4RI iiAtii !? ? ""Itti. ""JABJ, i*D HI. WJ*?, oeocebie?, "* O..., U C. ee^iy CHAinCKT WARKINKBi WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, ann oiaLSR tie Fine Wakhei, Jewelry, unJ Silver Wire. RtliM# at a .trf literal ftduclten ft&m ??* to mar y prim. No 770 Pa avsnue, tier jvre4 0th and 7th streets, au 9 3m (In Browns' Hotel bulldled.) OLU H4MI1 OLD If A VI M ! WE HAVK RECEIVED A LOT OF MAG nolla Ham i tw> years old. * rare and very ?oaros arti Je KINO ft UURCHRLL, ? a lit oor Vermont ave , and I street UflBRRLLAS, rRKFIJUKKY, TUILKT AtUdes. ftc s. lllng od at u? ELLIS*!) Miscellaneous. WHOLESALE PAPER WA**HOUIE. THR UNDERSIGN YD RESPECTFULLY Inform* the public that be h** t*ken tjjf *tore room In Polklnborn's new Buildings, No 377 D street, between 8th an4 7th. P1iIrP*,*e OBinmonring the WHOLESALE PAPER COM MISSION BUSINESS He baa now on band, and through his arrange ments with some of tt?e largest firms at the North 1? constantly receiving, large lots of Printing, Writing ana other PAPERS, which he Is selling at manufacturer'* prlcee. Those dealing In the articles would da well to call, before purchasing e sewhere. au g-wg EDWARD TOWERS. VOCAL INSTRUCTION. MR. F . NICHOLLSCROUCH, COMPOSER AND SIS'Giyo MASTER, AT THE INSTANCE AND RECOMMEN datlou of teveral of bis Inttnentlal friends, has determined to establish himself at the cltv of a VOCALIST and SINGING MASTER. His reputation In theee branches, as well as corapowr of many of the most popular songs, such as "Kithleen Mayourneen," -rDer mot Aatore," Ac. be trusts, will entitle hlra to o P*tronaffe ?f 'he community. He will bs glad to take charge of a limited number of Private Scholars, and proposes onen Vocal Academy on the 15th Sep tember next, for the development and study o' singing in classes, commencing from the ele mentary principled up to the accomplished sing er His circulars will be pre ared a* soon as pos sible, and, la the meantime, he would Giiggest that early application be made either for private or class tuition, at .Mr Richard Davis's, or at George Hllbus's Music Store, Pennsylvania ave nue, who will give every neoemaiy Information, and where Mr. CROUCH'S latest composltolns ?an be seen. au ltt-eolm PKU1T AND ORNAMENTAL TREES. For sale, at the nuhseries ok the subscriber, at LlniiBn Hill, aud onafli lltfti street, In Washington, a large and wellv(w eelActed aiwortment of FRUIT and ORNA- ? 1 I MENTAL TRKES. Amongst them lj tt> 15 thousand APPLE TRUES, well-assorted and of fiae growth, at #20 per hundred. 19 to "JO thousand PEACH TR KES, forming a complete assortment, at *12 54) per hundred, or IKH) per thousand. ?,tHh) to 7,000 PEAR TREES,dwarfsand*an dards. A few hundred DWARI'S of extra size W 1th a general assortment of PLUM, CHER TR i'LS N KCTAK1N K> andNCE Also, CURRANTS. GOOSEBERRIES RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES, Ac ol the moKt approved klnJa. The stock of OllNAMENTAL TREES Is ex V8 ana Amongst thrmp t?f large size for streets and lawns are many thousands of such as American and European Elms and Lindens, Tu lip Trees, Aspen, Abele, and other Poplars; American and European Horse Chestnuts; Sin/ar Silver, Scarlet, atx! Norway Maple.; Mountain A?h, Grwn and White AhIi; HfVHial varletlj?of Oakaand Magnolias; Weeping Willows, Golden v> Mows, and many others. Ornamental Evergreens and Shrubbery. Great exertions have been made to make this department compleie; it now contains from thirty te forty thousand Firs and l'lncs of choice varle ties, a portion of which ars rf extra size Parsons wishing to embellish thelrgrounds and proprietors of public cein?t*r1e? will find It to their advantage to call and select such as mav an swer their pur poses. Persons residing near, when it is desired, can ht7*Tr??" delivered, with halls rf earth to the roots^whlchthey will find toglvetbem a decided preference over trees transport*! from a tflstam e W,U 66 8U/iP1,ed ?' ? reasonable 527i-wtf JOSHUA PIERCE. pJL?P??al? for Deepening the Outlets of the Musuaippi nver into the Gulf of Meiico ENGINEER DEPARTMENT, > Pn#11, Waihisotoh, August 4. 1KS6 % ^ VVILL BE RECEIVED aT this office until the first day of October next ror opening and keeping open ship channels of sufllcient capacity to accommodate the wants of r.S.T*! tui??Kb the Southwest Pass and Pas? a 1 Ou ro, lr^dlnt; from the Mississippi river into the 8u:f of Mexico," for which pur pa,? there was appropriated, by act of CongresJTr *thtf dolors Lun<lrtd and thirty thousand a'e to state the amount for which they will contract to open each of the w^ri; thr?ughout a well dejJn d i?tiire* hundred fe*t. to a depth of not te*s below the 1-velof ordinary low water, which level wm be rtetermjurU uv a u-ZT mark on the shore, to be established by an officer or officers appointed by the Secretary of War and they are also requested to state the longest period of time for which tbey will contract to keepeach channel open to such width and depth for the res ide appropriation after the amount of fie b,VrrJn,V " ""'I**.!" p?'d; and S ?*?' ln "epa-'ate proposals, the same partlcu.ars unlfo1^ rkeef'lntf ?,H,a P*rh channel to a uniform depth of uot less th in twenty feet through out a well dellned width of three hundred fe t The means by which it may be proposed to nr. compllsh the work and the least time necessary for opening the channels, must be stated In the pro p sal for each depth. " 02** tb* otf,jr which, ln theopln <<W>.Pf fbe_ Secretary of War, proposes the best ?Mthod of ac ompllshlng the object contemplated Pith r nf either p'opo^al of any bldd-r for either of the passes, to the exclusion of the pro reserved 8amC bldder for tbe othcr Pas^ The quantity of matter necessary to be removed from tbe existlug channels at the pa?^ toTe dr(P^. or 'he d'stan e along either channel tn which the work must extend in order fn?K?L. either of the specified depths,'cannot for want nf accurate information as to thrtr present con^lri^ ** Persons wLo desired underlie ^e warkare expected, therefore, to Inform them??lvi< ^Its extent, and of the be.t mean, ofaciompl,^ - a contrttct has been en'ered Into thenliwp and directions of the channels to be opened will be designated to the contra-tor bVari o^^ lL . ry or War and ?he amount which imv be agreed upon for opening earh will be paid after '?B by an officer or officers, appointed a?^oove to be conformable, In all respects, to the stlpula-' ? ons of the contract; but no payment w1!! be b!i^ ^raCh?Uht0f anywork done toward* ope i int, either cbai.nei u.;til after such channel sLall amoved, l^wbiei of^the rontriet ft ?' ^ wbolePam^nt oii me contract for k.-epjng opt,n wlll b . .. hei exph.uott ,.f two-thlrds it the tlm<-an ad'df t.onal (>avwi< nt of one third of the whole amount Lv.?i^ y ' ttlld 'he renw1r.ini; third of the whole amount of the contact for" keer^lup th^ .0 V l? M !-pacls , o? ,nuJ bp accompanied by evidence of ?ki . ? l? PIecute,t,ie wo* In the wuj, and within " Ew'uhvt"IJhn^r'r^^ ^ addressed to tbe , ,i,ent? Washington," anden at outlets f-p""1" ?? convLlrM^t ?n i ' they will be opened and ti^'Lldd! /orl?i?i2S? ?'1 Ue ?'?tered into with evidence of ability to^xeTuteu'i^ ?^'mtlon Ha<1 ?aUafcetory to tbe ?.7?* ^ m?Mt mi1 n5 the Carnmiirelal HulletVn, SnSThe Tme Xta' irZ ?rlKdJ,KJ 1 Mobl^ KeglsteJ. M^le- the iJiy^ifoSk FaW:aJn,a?' U,1 Philadelphia j Repnbll''^ ' "V1"*> SSKSTe Accounts for advertiwin.r *i?w 7^? .' DaDer ront^tntn , ^ HlnKi with twt) copies of Sin^r i?2 ^ advertliement, to tj? wnt to En glneer Department for payment' aS #d3? T O t H A .>i a N O K P L Kvis NEW ASO CHEAP ?5?^ ' AWD THTJIJCK ST0R1 ?^c?e??as< , o^poaitoOdd Fel;ows' Hall ' ?ESBU.!^*6 Philadelphia, and WBmJD K let of ibis cltv,JKV?W theVr announce {0^fflU5JC ??ucad the ttad'uilrv ?ubJ,c?1'hey have com where they will mike anlTt^Bt 'he above stand, hand a large and muiw>h ?. constantly on L*d?es' *nd hov-^L assortm^t of-Meas', MAETfNGALEB^d wli^E8' BRIDLES, ??erv description # H,.P8 HARNESSoi All ainde of TRUNI?? v* fyand country use. PET RAO? LadW'5vX?y?K8' "nt* CAR. IN? BA8KET?.au<l p^J^"KL?, TRAVEL HORSE BLANkETtt JJiv^t o oilt B<?*K8. and HAMES. Hor^^ike R?LLARH, E?. CARDS, CURM??0^MB-1>,1iLB|lU8?' Ac .Ac. * UOMBB. SPONGES, All material used will be the w,., .v obtained; and both of us >.??-r h l, ,thtt caa be workmen for several yean;, we *?Li - Pr*stlcdl our work cannot be surpamed either^""?dent that durability. By vmJSZtlSES'Jy.iHf,,? foclloQ we hofw to IB..II, t<mp?tfu8!/I?|Jl,,t". a share of public patronage 1 30UO,'i Partleulsr attention paid to ooverlaa Vruak. and repairing all kinds of work. Saddle/s tools consiaatlv on kaai a?v 7?tf Miscellaneous TOjALLTHA TVALUE THEIR SIGHT 1o*h\ /^TOBIA^ WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to all that auff^r with defective siebt, caaaed by ace, alckneaa, and particularly from glasses Injudiciously selected, to bis superior Spectacles and glasses carefully ground ( by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and benefl clalty to the wearer according to the concavity o* convexity of the eye. Very numerous a-e tbe ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not being precisely suited, by the use of an Optometer; and the practice of many years enables nlm to treas ure the focal disease of tbe eye*, and such gins* es that are absolately required will be furnished with precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of tnose that have not yet availed themselves of his aid. Persons that cannot conveniently call, by fend in? the glasses in use, and state how many inch es they can read this print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such as will Improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and ref erences given to many who have derived tbe greatest ease and comfort from hi* glasses. Circulars to be h*d gratis, at his office, No. M-.I SEVENTH STREtT, tkree dour* jrom Odd Fellows1 Hall, rr stair*. Norfolk, September 7, 1^51. Sir?Tbe Spectacles you made for m* suit very well, and seem to have' improved my sight more than any other 1 have Istely tried. LITT. W. TAZEWELL I hnve tried a pair of Spectacles ob'ained from Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with hisde*crir,tlou of the focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful op tician. HENRY A. WISE. Having be<=n induced by a friend to visitthe es tablishment of Mr. Tobias for the purpose of try ing his giasres, I was furnished ny him with a pair sllgntly colored blue, which have afforded me more relief and gratlfl atlon than any 1 have ever tried. M y sight, originally very good, was injured by writing and reading at nigbt, fre auentlv to a verv late hour; but with the aid of ihe?e glasses I can s-udy almost as late as <ver, and that too without the pain I have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Gen'l Land Office. December 11, Ib55. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectac'es for three or four months, and take gre.it pletsure in say ing that I am much pleased wltn them. 1 have been much benefitted by tLem May 5th, 1?56. GEOR P. SCAR BURS H. 1 was recommended to Mr John Tobias as a skillful optician; ai.d as I have eyes of rem irk able peculiarity, 1 was gratified ta find that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehe d them hy Inspec tion and some slight measurement, and he has made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mirably. July 11, 1?6?. A.P.BUTLER. Wir.Mif?GTON, N. C., Jan 27. lu5t Mr. J Tubias: Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles Wilch I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual range of my eyes, 1 have hereto found treat difficulty in getting glasses of the proper focal distance It affords ine pleasure to state that, by tbe aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that the glasses you furnished me are deo dedly th-J best adapted to my eyes of any I have ever yet used Very respectfully, yours, R H DRANE, Rector of St James' Pariah DarARTMKXT o? Intirior, May7, 1955. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I have been compelled to u*e glasses for several years. I have tried dlfierent opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. Bv the use of his optometer he is euab ed to adapt Glasses minutely to theeys I most cheerfutly recommend Mr Tobias to al having occasion to use glasses and hear my testi mony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec'y to sign Land Warrants. P S?OPERA GLASSES of great variety, TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER GLASSES, and many other a-tides in this line at very low prices c onstantly on hand. Jy 18-ly IINSBR'B Improved Sewing Machines. To which wag granted the Highest Award of the Paris Exhibition, thereby receiving the World's Verdict of SiiDoriority. 'HHE IMPROVEMENTS "IN THIS MA X chine has simplified them in many respects, and thev are capableof executing twice the amount of work they did formerly in any given time They are without question the only Machines ca pable of sewing every variety of poods perfect; shirt bosom or heavy trace for harness can be sewn bv any of these machines by a simple change of needle and thread in such a manner that the closest scrutiny cannot detect a fault. Manufacturers, planters and families will find them the only safe Machines to purchase, as they are built strong and durable, and not likely to get out of order. We have machines with gaages attached, for binding hats, cap-fronts, gaiters, Ac. Silk, Thread, Cotton, Needles, Ac., constantly on hand, at the lowest rates. Persons desirous of information regarding Sew li\g Machines will please address I. M. SINGER A CO., 105 Baltimore street, Baltimore. N . B ? We are prepared to exchange these ma chines for old machines of any kind Trrm* lib eral Persons who have l>een induced to purchase Inferior machines under the pretext of being che ip, will find this a benefit indeed. mar 10?tf Ll UUY AND HELL FOKKION AND DOMESTIC EXC'HAHGK; FUHNISH UKAbTS til rart# of United States and itcrops; COLLECT 1) HAFTS it all pari* of United State* and Europe; 1>K AW BILLS OH IRELAND FOR ?1 OR UPWARDS; B V Y AND SKI. I. liONDS, StOCKS, A OTHER SECdKlWlEB; SrtUOriAYfc TIME PAflSK. iavs?ua?ai paring loy and ?vert fsr tale. LAUD WABRARTG. Wc are at all times Purchasing, and have for Sate, KAND WA K It ANTSof all (jeaomlnalloas. Land Warrants locates In Iowa, WlHransla, or Minnesota. CHUBB UK OTHERS, Jauai-K Banters, opposite the Treasury. OKrlAT HEDUl l ION IN THE PRICE OF DOITS AND GAITER8 III A V ?! ON COMMISSION, FOR A PH1L ade'.pfcla manu facturer, a a^st rate Sewe-i or Pegged Calf- Skin BOOT at t-'i tfjl. full as good as tiios-; usually sold at 915 or #t>; >i?d a F rone.h Calf Patent i.eather G A1TER ut %'\ 50. as good as any at 55; afirntrateCalf Galterat 50, these are the hes?t goods that is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the proof, come and see for yourself. Terms positive'v cash. No extra Kroflt charged to oifbet bad debt*. Call at the rKW YORK HAT STORK, S?venta street near Pennsy.vania avenue, m ?4-tf ANTHONY, Agent. BAJOD'S KID AflO OTHER ULOVERi J NO H . SMOOT, No. 110 BR I DUE STREET, Georgetown, has received, from New York, ladles Hajou's KID U L O V ES.fl white, black ana colored; gents, do do ;H ladles aud gents. Jaffcta Silk and Lisle A Thread Gloves. Also, a firs' rate assortment of bleached and brown Cutton Hose, all qualities; "bleached, brown and fancy Half Hose; misses and boys' Hose and Half Hose. Particular attention being paid to keeping a good assortment of the very best makes of the above goods, purchasers may depend upon get ting a good article as cheap as the same quality can be oought elsewhere. ml-tr JOHN H. SMOOT. NEWS rttOM THE ARCTIC HEUIUNS. JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE AT the Unlon Bottling Depot, a supply of U LAC K HERRY BRANDY, an Infallible remedy for sommer complaints, both among children and adults. Also, SUMMER BEVEkAGES of al most every kind and character, such as Mead, American Champagne, Porter, Ale, Cider, all of snpertorquality; Stomach Bitters, carefully pre pared by scl-ntific men. A greut variety of HI rnns, and nay quantity of our unsurpassed pre mium Mineral Waters, prepared in our new *11 vwr-Mned apparatus Also, that exoellent tonic *?* invalids?Ginger Wine. Leave your orders J?* with our wagons or at the Depot, coruer tA*?en ajtd Olive streets, Georgetown, D O. UV*Mf ARNYASHINN. Information for Travelw*. FOR HARPKR'I FIKRT) Via Ckuaptakt f Okio C?miI THROUGH IM TWELVE HOURS! TRE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET BOAT ARGO, Capt. Chas. H Hiuill, will commence ms!ktng Rirmlmr TVtpi between 8EOR6KTOWN and the above Point, on Moo day, March 97th, 1866 The Boat will leave the wharf of W. H.kH.C Rltter, Georgetown, D. C., every Monday, Wed ae*day, and Friday morning, at 6 o'eloek Returning, she will leave Harper'* Ferry every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock. Tkrtuk Ticket*, fttf.Sf. To Loosburg SI KX, tn-ludtng tk* Stagt from Edwards' Firry Families Intending to v1*1tthe Virginia Springs

the coming season will find this by far the most safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon, Shanondale, Whlt?? Sulphur and Warren. Meals served on board at moderate rates. A coach will always be In readiness In George town to eonvey passengers to and ftom the Boat. Fer further particulars Inquire at the store of W. H. A H. G. RITTER. Georgetown, and JOHN V. AVIS, Jr., Harper's Ferry, Va. mar 18?tf EXCURSION HO ATS FCR THE WHITE HOUSE PAVILION. TdE STEAMERS TH OS. COLLYFK OR GEORGE WASHINGTON - jJFZ^Jk can be chartered for public or sc lect parti?* to the White House Pavilion, Fort Washington, Mount Vernon or auy place ou the Potomac River. For further particulars apply to the Captains of the Moat* or to the President of the Company. ? p 17?tf _ WASUiNfaTon uhanih railroad. tlHANHK OF HOURS.?On and after M?a> J day, the 23d Instant, the Trnlas will Leave Washington at 6 and a. m., and 3 aad 4K p. m On Sunday at 4# p. m. Leave Baltimore at 4 jf and a. at., tad 3 and \* a ? Sunday at 4 V a. m. av ??tr * pf A*?p* GRANGE * ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Groat Southern Mail Line t ferTWItK DAILY -8S (SUXI)A f NIOHTS HICK PTE U\ Between Washington City and the South) VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ?ORDONSVlLI.E, AND RICHMOND Leave Washington it?i m antl 7 p.n Fare from Washington to Richmond 85 54 OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Wajhlngton Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, V*** ?/ Ck*ri(4, to STEAM I'.K GEORGE - -JT*. P AG E, for A LEX A N D RIA, a tauce of six miles, allowing ample time for Meals Tickets procured on the ooat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route, a?< Itl* a continuous Linn or vmsr class railroad vaoM ALEXANDRIA TO RICH MOND TH ROUGH PASSENGERS and BAGUAGh carried without coat totue Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. Information of Route and Lost Baggage ob tained of JAMES A. EVANS, feb 11 Agent, Alexandria, Va. THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMKKS.; 'HHE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINE I- are the ATLANTIC Capt Eldrldge. BALTIC ..Capt. Comstock ADRIATIC Capt. Jan. West These ships having b??en built by contract ex pressly for Government service, every care ha* been taken In their construction, as also In their engines, to Insure strength and speed; and their accommodations for passengers are uuequalod for clegance and comfort Price of passatc*1 from New Vork 'o Liverpool In first cabin, 8130; in second do.,S"5 From Liverpool to New York, 30 and 20 guineas An experienced surgeon attached to eacn ship. No berths can be secured until paid for Tbe shirt of this line have Improved water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid dauber from Ice will not cros? the banks north of 42 degrees, until after the 1st of August. PEOPOS8D dai if or sailing. From ftiw York. From Liotrpool. ItiM. 1856. :?aiuraey ..Apr M W^dn"?dav.??-May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 38 Saturday ..May 24 Wednesday....June 11 Saturday June 7 Wednesday....June 23 Saturday.......June21 Wednesday ....July 0 Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July 23 Saturday ..JulylU Wednesday....Aug. 6 Saturday ..Aug. 2 Wednesday.... Aug. 20 Saturday Aug 16 Wednesday....Sept. 3 Saturday ..Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept. 1? Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct, 1 Saturday. Sept 27 Wednesday ....Oct, 15 Saturday Oct 11 Wedne-day ....Oct. JJ? Saturday Oct 25 Wednesday....Nov. 12 Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday....Nov, 26 Saturday Nov. 22 Wednesday....Dee. It' Saturday Deo 6 Wednesday ....Dec, 'M Saturday Dec. 20 For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 56 Wall street. New V ork. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Austls Friars, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Paris. The owners of these ships will not be account able tor gold, silver, bullion, specie,Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading arr signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed therein. m l-tr BY RAJLROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST Tims, between Washington and Wheeling Lut 17i hours! Banning Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 houra!! tnaowen ticiiti amd iahsisi chicks to b? had in wartime run. 'pHE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL A HOAD having greatly Improved Its Western connections, now otters tne fullest inducements to Travelers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and ail portions or the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOU'J tl VV EST. The on ie<tlor. b^twe-nthe Trains from Wash ingtou and the Trains bound \V??t from Baltl more Is always nroui ify made at the Washington Junction flntely ra'led the Relay House) V ml!e? from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars required between Waoiiiugton and the Ohio river Baggage la clie bed througti to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and recb& ked and trans ferred there, (with the i aoseugers) without charge for thov holding Through Ticket* for solnts be yond Thei-onne ting train*leave Washington dal'.yatGa. m u.id p. m On Sundays at the later hour onlv. At ukNWODD, 4 miles from W heeling, loiuiritionIs made with the traliiH of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellalr, on the Ohio, through Cambridge. Zanesvllie, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. The>etralnr .oared at Newark 'Vlththe cars of HihNewark, Mansfield and Handii^.lty Hii'iroad for ^iuiduiky, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, fct Louis, etc At COLUMBUS the O O. Railroad trains con nect wltii the fast trains of the Li'.tie Aiiatni hail road to Xenla. Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At XENIA (ou Little illainl K.tllroad)connection Is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Inditn a. oils, Terre Haute, Lafa^tatr, Citl. ago, Rouk Island, lat. Louis, Carlo, etc Passengers ho ding Thvough Tickets for MemjJiu, V\ckJturf, NaUkex, Now Orleaux, eU., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Clni'lnnati, to the Mali Steamers on the Onlo. Tickets for Evansvlile, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold by the river routo |u~ For CLEVKLAND, ard via C eve'and to To edo, Detroit, Chl> ago, etc , tl kets are so d. when the Onlo Is navigab'e between Wheelnjt and Wellsville (forty mlies) Where a connection with the C eve and and Pittsburg Railroad I' made. Travelers are r?>qnested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks in Washington, it Is a'so the shortest, inost speedy, and direct to near y a'I the leading points in the great West. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 653 mi.es, being about 100 miles shorter than by any other route! FARB. BY THUOUGH TICKET, FROM WASHINGTON To Wheeling, ?? 90: Co'cm bus, f 13 65; Dayton, ?15 60; Cincinnati, ?16 W?; Louisville, by ral road, f 18 65, by steamer from Cincinnati, ?18 00; Indiana-oils, ?17 50; Cleve land, SI* 60; Toledo, ?15 00; Detroit, SIS 20: Chicago, 820 65and 819 50; St Louis. *98 60 and S25j_Memnhls, S26; New Orleans S31, etc. FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MARTINSBURG.CUM IIERLAND, BKRK LEY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passengers may leave Washington at 6 a. m. or y p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. train from Washington. IET For trains to and from Ba'tlmore, Annap olis, etc., see si?? lal advertisements. ITT For further Information, Through Tickets, etc., apyly to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. *.VM. S. WOODS1DE, mjrrb 1?tf Master of Transitortatloa, |B A O. Railroad, baitlmoi#. Medicines. Carter's Spanish Mixture r HM ORKAT PURIFIER OFTHE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE INOWN *! HOT A rABFTCLB OF MI1CVBT I* TF 111 km infallible renxtdy for Scrofula, Kin*'* Rheumatism. Obstinate Cutuww Eruptions, Pimples or Poetulee on the Faee, BWafcw, Holla, Ague an* Fewer, Chrome oon Eyea, Ringworm or Tetter, 8ceid Heald. Bails men t and pain of the Boces aad Jolnts.Salt Rheum. Stubborn Ulcew, 8yphlittle and aU disease* arialBg tryo " ef Mercury, Imprudence la Lift, or Imparity oi T^SfiSit remedy, whleh lily and so Justly celebrated for ?*tr*?rJ; ?ary esoacy In relieving and curing -iwitv roost obstinate and terrible forms of alseeae which mankind la aHlcted, U now offered to tne public, with the?onAdent assurancethat ?o mid ical biscovbbt ever made ha* been seemlaem y auooearfnl In curing Scbovfla, ^ all dibba?? of thi Blood,bs CARTER'8 SPANISH MIX TURE. ^ w- _ti The proprietor* art receiving ?*u loet flattering and a?tomahlng detail# ?! < made In all part* of the ceuntiy. and In moat cases where the skUl of the beat Physicians had been ried In rain _ . .. It* power over the Blood la truly remarkable and all disease* arising from Imparity of the greet Bbat of Lifb have been relieved and cured wlth ?ut a single failure, out of tbefhousands who have us-d It. Carter'a Spanish Mixture oontalna no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, out la composed of Roots and Herba, cor? tatloa. We ha to only room for abort extract* from the volumes of testimony In our poa*e*eloa. andall from gentlemen of the highest respectability, well known in their various localities. Pleeeereedfo yourselves - ? - We take greet pleesure la calling the arteatloa of our readers to tne merit* of Carter a Spanish Mixture as a remedy for dlieuei of the luooQ. l? enjoy* a reputation in this city uneqn*led by bbv other preparation.?Detip I>?apaie*, Ritkmtui. The Hon Joha M. Bott?,of Va,?aF* heocmald er? It a matter of duty to add his testimony to tin Flrtne* of Carter's Spanish Mixture, fbom acffaj fbbsonal oiPBBVAtxow of Its remarkable car* tlFe powers for the diseases In which It la used We have b*.ea cured of a violent and protracted Liver disease by carter's Spanish Mixture. W e know It to be all It proCe**e*.?A'difer Somihitdi JJa?iSf*?\ Ptttrfhu*g, ?a We Late found from personal trial, thM ?iar ler's Spahlah Mixture lb a truly valuable mrUI Oln?.? Kd. Vtrgm*s? Imd4j>*nisnt, Vt. tiRBAT CVUb OF SCROFULA.?A p^? in in In our employ wai cared of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottlep of carter's Span 'rh .Mixture, after everything else had failed Oth er enree which have oome underour own <?bee;vi tlod, proves to us conclusively, that Is really a val uable medicinal a^ent. We Uke ^Teat idea*? In calling the attention of the aMlcled to Its mcr Its?Rtckmoni Ht9Mbl*t*a SYPHILIS .?I haren*n aanmber of cure* or Syphilis performed by Carter* Spanish Mixture I believe It to be a perfect antidote for that horr' bledltease K. BURTON, Com. ef fltveaoc for city o! Richmond LITER DISEASE.?Samuel M. Drleker, o the Arm of Drinker h Morris, Bookseller*, U :< h moad, Va., w?.s eared of Liver disease of sever*. J ears staBdlng by sal 7 three bottles of Caricr'i penlsh Mixture. OLD 80RES, WL9ER8 Afil) OBSTlNATt ERUPTIONS Off THE SKIN?Ue* the cur? of Mr. Harwood, and others, detailed in our Al ?????" The number of such casea cared by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the pcsAlbilll. ef Inserting them In an advertisement. EFFECTS OF MERCERY.?See the care et Mr. Elmore He was eaten up with Mercury aud eould obtain no relief, until he took six bottles o. Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restore* him to health and vigor. NEURALGIA ? Mr. F. Boydee, formerly i the Astor House. N. Y.,but more recently proprl etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, waseured of Neuralpia by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Sir. ? that time, he says he ha* seen it cure more tha hundred ca*cs of the disease In which it Is u?ed He never fhlls to recommend It to the afllctew RHEUMATISM?Mr. Joha F. Harrlsoi Druggist, of Martinsburg, Va.. writes of the sin gular car* oi 1 violent case of Rheumatism. Tbe patient could not vr&lk. A few botOes entire!; onied hlra. SCROFULA ?r.i. ilarrlaoB also writea of 1 (;reat cure of Scrofals, la the person of e yonn, ady, (of three yearr etaaAIng,) which all the doc tors could sot reach. Six boules made a cure of her. SYPHILIS.?br E. T Hendle, of Waahias ton. D. C , who cured an obaiinatc case of Syphl Us by Carter' Spanish Mlxtnre. says "It acts spe elal'y on the "lood, L'ver and Skla and Is prompt and eflicier.t In its results " Dr. John Minge, formerly of the City HoU-i, Richmond, now of Alabema, sav* he nas aeei Carter's Spanish Mixture administered in a nurr> ber of rise* with astonishingly good tflTeci. B? recotnmtndi it as - the most eacTent alterative 1? *se." SALT RIIEUM AND SCROFULA ? Mi Jos Koblnson.of WooMter, Ohio, was cured 0 Scrofula and Salt Rheum of tur*< years ataudin; by only three bottle* of Carter's Spknlah Mlxtur* WM. 8 BEERS A. CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New York. irr Prloe 81 oer bottle, or six bottle* for 85 For*eleby ('HAS. STOTT, WaahlBgtos. P H.,aad Druggistsgeaerally. ?*t 1?i? THE IRLATEST MEDICAL BISC0VEB1 OF THE AGE. Vt. KE.tKKUY, of Koxtury, Haa discovered In one of our common r abtfb? wbbds a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR} FBOM FIB WOBST BCBOFWLA BoWH FO a COM NO!) riMPLB. HE HAS TRIED IT IN OVER ELEVKN huiidied ca*ee,aud nt ver falU-d except In tvrc cases, (both thunder humor ) lie has now In hit posaeaslon over two hundred oertlllcatea of its vir iue, all within twenty mlka of Bostcn. Two bottu-a are Wd<raiiU'?l to oure a nursing aora mouth. One to three bottles wlii eute tike worst klad e? pimples on the face Two te three bottles vrlll alea? the system el biles. Two bottle* si* warranted to ?are the wcrt Banker in the reunth and stomach Three to Ave bottle* are warranted te aara the worst case of Erysipelas. One to two botUos sre w&rraated te aar? al humor In the cw*. Two bottles arc \?arrer.*N! to cure ikulig ot the earsand blotMiae rmoBg Ibr hair. Four to six boilzee are w?jranied to ecre ?err:p Ud runnlnp ulccia One bottle will cr.'e aoely eruption ef the akla. Two to th.-et- botae.- die wart an led 10 euro tht worst ca*i of ringworm Two to three b^itlc* ate warr&nl&d te eare th< B|o*t dian-fidte caae of 1 hcunantism. Three t<> four boUlaa jj.e warranted te eare th* Bait rheum. Five to eight bott.ee will eare ike werataaeesef serefnla. A beneflt la alway* exfeiieaeed from the Aral bottle and a perfect care is warranted whea tha above quantity la taken. Render, 1 ped^itid oter a thousrad hottlds c? this la tha vicinity of Boston. 1 know the effect *f It la c?Myo<;M:. ! c?uro,*.a water will extln gsiah iit, ?*? s-ie wtlithla cure iticttr. I nevei aeid a bottle ef it i?nt that sold another; after a trial It always s;.e*.ka for itself, a""urie are twa thlMgs * ikK, til lb tr-ib a.ep?r?.'i ti ?a?e aarpris lag; tist thai 11 jrrsrf- intur pulireB.la aomc tlaees ^nlte eioatirai. an<i j tt lu vame haa <M>ve.a mob Intuera bbUI 1 diMOteied it la iit&?eeoead. that it ahevld ?me aU kiat-a of hamar. Ii ailer te give wome Idea of the aaddra rl:a and great aaaatarlty ef th^ dUeevery, I will aUta that la April, 1B63,1 peddled it, and aeUl aboat? hott.es per day?1- April, 1B54,1 sold a*fir 1JN hottlei p&r way of it. . Some ef the wholesale Dngglsta who havabeei la bualaesa tweatv and thirty yeara, say that bo thing in the annal* of patent modk-lnea waa eve; like it. There la a universal praise of It from all q nailers. In my owb practice i always kept M strictly fot humors?but slnoe its introduction as a genera fhmlly medlrlce, great and wonderful vlrluei have oeen found in it that 1 never suspected Several case* of epileptic flt*?a disease whlcl . ras always considered Incurable.have beeai cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy If it will prove effectual In all cases of that awful malady?therr are but few who have seen more of it thaa I have 1 know of several cases of Dropsy, all of then ?ed people cured by It For the various dlsewae* the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma Fever and Ague. Pain In the Side, Disease* of th* Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery has done more good tba> any medicine ever hnown. No ehangeof diet ever neeeaaary?eat the be* you can get and enough ef It. Dir*ctto*s for U$?.?Adults one table spoon fa Cir dav?Children over ten years dmert apooa 1?Children from Ave to eight yeara, tea apooa ful. As no directions can be applicable to all eon atltutlons, take suAcient to operate on the bowel' twloe a day MANVFACTVBBD BF DONALDKKHNIDTi Jfe. l'JO Wmrrm Roxburf, Mail Pbiob, Onb Dollab. Wholesale Agent* ?New York City, O. V CLICKN KR, Hi Barclay street: C. H. RING IM Broadway; A. B. Al). SANDS. KB) Faltoa street. Philadelphia, T. W.DYOTT A SONS Baltimore, BROWN A BROTHER, CAN BY * HATCH Alexandria, PEEL A STEVENS. At Retail by all respectable Druggists la tha ? alted Slates and British Pf&vlecee^ud a so b* the Drat?ut* tflkia CTt-. e?t*t-i? Medicine*. AYER'S PILLS. rOM ALL TUB PffPOfiLt OP a FAMILY PHYSIC, rfMJKK K HAS LONG BXIftTBD A PL'BI.IC 1 demand foi aa effective Fnrgstlve Pill which could be relied on as sure tad perfectly safe la It* operation This baa been prepared to meet that demand, and an extensive trial of tta virtue* Kaa oooelual*ely shewn with what nrr?w it srrem pllabes the purpose designed. It ia eaav to nake aph .-steal Ptli. bat net ao ear? to make tbe beat of all P%llt otiirblrh a hoc Id bsve core of tbe objections. bet ell tbe sd vantage* of every other. Ti la Laa beta attempted here,atd with what sue* eea? we would rea^ocffuMv submit to tbe p^klle decision. It baa been unfortur.a e for tbe patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine la arrimontcus end Ir Itatlng to tke bowela. Ttla la not M an r of tbean produce ae roarb grlplBt; )?!? and n valilen In tbe mtrm aa to more tfcan counterbalance tbe gord to be derived fro* them. Tbeae Ptllt produce bo Irritation o* pain. utile-* It arlaea from a previously existing cb*ro< tlen or derangement In tbe bowela Being \ orelv vert* table, no berm can arlee from thertr u?e In aar quantity; but ttla b- tier 'ban anv me?dlcli.e bculd be taken judiciously. Minute directions f. r belr uae In tbe several dl> cases to wbb b they ere ip pllcable are given on the box A mong tbe COn ? plaints wbicb ba*e been speedily cur. d bv tbetn wi may mention Liver Complaint. In Ita varioua fxrini of Jaeedlce I ndigestlon. 1 any up: and Loss of Appetite. Llstleesness Irritability, B lice* Heedacbe, Bllioua Fever. Fever at d A|e, Fa's In tbe Bide and Lolus. for In truth, ail tbe?e art but Uie consequence of diseased action rf tbe liver. Aa an aperient, tbev afford ( renr rt and *ure relief In Costlreneas. Fties. Colic, Dvsentery, Humor* Bcrofula and Bcurv% Celda. vltk eore ueaa of tbe b d?. Ulcer* and imparity oI lb* Mood ; In abort any and every oase ? bete a purga tlve le required. Tbev have also produced a. me singularly ?uc oesftfulcures In R heumatlsir .<iout Dropuv.tirsv el, Eryal'.elan, Fa'rlta<l"n ef tbe Heart Pain* In the Back, Btomarh and hide. Tbev abo Id be freely taken In tb? aprlrg of tbe y?ar, to purify tbe blood and prepare tbe av?tem for tbe crtaaur of eeeitona An Occtsional dose aMmuIate* .L< -trtrnw b intob?eltbv action, and restore* 'beappe tlle and vigor. They pmlfy tbe blood, and t>y tbelr stimulant action on the * ircn'stnry a*at? m. r*novate the Btieugtb of the body, and restore ?ke waited or diseased ererg1<* of (be whole oig?n l?m Hence an orcnatoaal d^e la td vatita*ee<i? even though ne ? rloua deiangement exist*. , bat unn ceeaarv dosing abouid never be carr'ed t o far, a? every purgative medicine reduc** *li~ atrength, when taken to excess 7te th?? caiit ras? a In wLlrb a ptiy sic la req. '.red cannot Wen t triersted here b*^t tbty sugge t tbeir ae'vea to ?|.a reason of every body; ard !t la contdentlv te lleved tbia ptli Will intwer a letter purpoee ib?a ?ny thing which has hitherto been atalUbie ;? mankind hen their virtue* are once krit wi: the pnb ic will no longer doubt what ren,t>S) to emj. oy wbei. In n?ed of a ratliartlc n fdi< it e r<-li.g tt^nr wr*pp?d they aie (levKant to take, and l*ltg purely vegetable, no harm <aii atNe fit in their ue? in anv quantity. For minute direetiona ace the wmpf^r on tbe Box. rnrr*m bt OR. JinLsv. *vrn. PRACTICAL t dAMLVT/CitL CHEMIST LOWELL, MAHB Frice 26 Cents prrEox Five Boxes for tl (" Sold by Z. I) UILMAN, Wntla/ton, and al renpec able drugglnta. auH-4n> DOCTOR ROOF LAUD'S CBLEBBATKD GERMAN BITTERS rurAtiD bt Dr. 0. K JACKSON FbilatUlphia, Pk , will irvicTV&Li? ccax LIVER COMF1 AINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICK,CHRONIC OR NFKVOUt* U?:. bllltv. Diaeaaea of the Kidney*, and all Dla caaec arialng from a Diaordered Liver or t*tomarL Tbe pr prietor, in calling the attention of it* pnb'.lc to tbia preparation, doea ao with a feeling of the utmoet conkdencr in lt? virtueaand sdap'a tlon to tbe dlarasea for which It la recommended It is no new and untried article, but cm- ttat b?F atood the teat or a ten year*' trial before the American people, and ita reputation and aale la nririvalled by eny aimllar prepar<*tlona ettan 1'he testimony in it* favor given ty the?,o?4 prcn. inent and well known pbyai. Ian* and lndliidua!a In all parts of the country Is immense, and a care ful perusal of the A manec, publlahed annually by tbe proprietor, and to be hsd gratia of any of Lis a tents, car not but *atl*fv tbe moat akrpttc that tbl* remed? la really deeerviog the treat tt. et.rltv it Laa obtained Principal o?ce and manufactory No. K Arch atre-H, Fhiladelphia, Fa. KFAD THE FOLLOWING: f. ? MoBsaifTow* Va , Augurt ?. 1HS5. l>r C. M. Jacebon?Dear Mr:?Tbe tale* of the Bitter* are increasing, and what epeak* vol umo in tteir favor la tbi t all who Lave u?ed tber; apeak Lighly of their effecta No medicine tba: 1 *ell gives such gem ral satiafartlon, and th* de mund for It exceeds all precedent; and I a?*t re you it afford* me pleasure to aell but h s remedy Our physicians no longer scowl at It, but are com pelled to acknowledge Its Intrinsic value, si.d iLe gfeut' r part of th( m cave bad n agnarilc.l'y *uf ?c>eot *o lay a^lde their prejudicieaatid urtrcrlw It la their pmctlce Reapectfwllv vour*V F. M CHALFANT. For sal* bv rtorekeeper* and drugglata In even town and village !n the United Btaiea. Price 75 cents p?r bottle JOHN tiiuvv tLL., beorgetown, Agenta. Je 7-?m PRIVATE MKUlCAL TKCATItK ?M til BHlLOaOFElCAL VliW OF KAB11A0V, ST B. LA C H O 1 X, KX. O ., ALBANY. N. Y. tH Fagti mmA Fina, Plaim.tMd Celerad ? sgrajris and Pl*ttt. Ptlll ONI.T Twi.ITT Fivn C1KTI. Bent Free of Postage to all parts of the Vales C^UBAPEBT BOOK EVER FRBLlfcii: IF? J aud containing Marly double tte quantity of reed ing matter 1.. tLat of tte FIFTY CENT Oil r?>I. LAR FU1* LIC ATI ON S3 !t treate on tbe FH YSIOI# UttV V?F MAHWiAtiK &ud fbe r<ecret ?- i [ dod Uisordcr of \ oulb ai.d * Maturity, resulting from ei ceBse*. ubicb dci?t:r,y tbt physical and n*entKl rn.v- ^r/f. irs, with Obser.atWn:? cc &.'? Marriage, Its duties at.?l iliBcuailkcatlPDo, a d their remedies, with 1-itLt.j. tapns, LHustniUut '?* Anatomy and Fbysl?>Ugv.*t.d Dlaeaaesof tbe He productive Organs of both afit*. their struct jre. 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