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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 30, 1856 Page 4
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? V ENJN6 STAR. "THE EARLY DEAD." He reats, ba? cot the rest of sleep, Weighs dowu hi* sunken ryes; The rl*1d niiinilw Is not deep, Th? calm too breathless lies ?trunk are the wandering veins that streak Th* fixed and marble brow; Tbem4s n? Jflb flush on tne eheei? Death ? deatl. f I know the? now ' Pale S?2f of Terrors ! thou art he.e ? In all thy dark array; But ?tJs the living wtep and tear Beneath thy Iron away; Bring flowers crown the e*rly dead, ?hair honr of bondage part? Bat w*e fjr thaae who mourn ar.d iretd, And linger uil tie Uut. Spring hvh Ita music and Its blot m, A*d m?ra Ita glr rioaa light, Bat still a chadov from the tomb, A sadness and a Might, Are ever oa earth'a loveliest things; Th? brea'h cf rhsnge Js there. And Deu'h his dusky shadow fl'n^i O'tr all that's loved ard air. So let it be ? for ne'er on earth Should mm his home prepare; The spirit feels its heavenly birth, And s.-urns at mortal care Even when young worth and genius did Let no vain tears te shed. But bring bright wreaths ct victory, And crown the early dead. AKIUV'ALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. WiilnriU' II?t< 1?J, c. V H. A. WILLiBD. F U Aliddle'on. SC Mm Nichols Va A Hitchcock, NY a Miss Nochol;is, do Mrs Roger*. Md Mr Nicholas, do l)r J >1 Books. Miss Miss Harrison, do S A BuolUer Va WK Russell,ly A *hi:d, L Manlg&ult, SC NY O V N Baldwin. NY J >1 Koblnscn, Pa W 8 Lovell, USN 11 F Turner, Aid H NY Mrs Carpenter, NY J R Hnloroo*, Va S:Vou?g, NC J Hunter, ko A J Thomson, do M Jadion, La J Stokos, Va 9Mh-*rd?, VI DA Parker, Ma?s D A Payne, Misa G W Sheppard, do G J Closson, NV W Glower & ly, Va H A Brayton, do Mits G Glover, do J W Rtiw^U, W Chase, NY C Kaeal, O Gen J Tvier, Pa W Hoff A ly, N J S F Few, Kansas W L%rner k ly, do J G Burrows, N Y B L VVaUer, C a HA Kicliey, do II tfcFaddea, Mass T T Norman A ly, SC Kirk waod kloaiie ?J. A a a. KiRKWOOD. W Harrison, Pa J Maxwell, O J Harris*a, do J Garnett, Ky R If Grime*. Md J S Cullck, DSN 9 NY T S Harper, Mass W R Bean, <Ja R 11 Sir U #olland, Eng J P Taylor, Va i"BH"iaPr;fyd>idL*<?*?<"?>?* XAUIN2 JKLLIM'S STUCK OF Piftnos. 25 FBE8C0 P A I NTINO. SlUUTTER A RAUL EAT, AJi TJS r<s FRESCO DECORATIVE, and every description of ORNAMENTAL PAINTING. *4 B urtit, be llrAoa-i 1?IA uretts. ae io-lny* Washington, D. C. rjE^TLRlEI ARE INVITED TO CALL V* and er*?3la* a model of a gentleman's ^~\ DRE*S HAT. fell style, ISdK For llfcht- H new. flnene*^ and e'.eganc* thes? Hats can noi. w.ur^,*d LANE'S Ha,> CaP and Gents Furnl?hlng ?u>re, 4^ lenaa. aveaue, betwten i% and 6th se 16 WOOD AND COAL. WK A^,K rKCE1VIN6 LARGE su*alieeof WOOD and COAL, which we can seil from the bocta at very low prices Per ?oiis drsircas of laying in their winter fuel would do Wi: to give us a call before purchasing else where. BOGUE a O'NEILL, **"' '?* No 105 ater street, Georgetown CLOTHING RASE TO ORVIiL NEW CLOTHS, CAS1MERES, VELVET Silks a.''-4 Satin Vestln^s. Gentlemen w'sh lng to ?onauli **conomy, taste, and elegance in having .heir fkl? an' winter clothing mad** to or der, are invited to otsr nrw assortment of tin? 2nods, which 1U make to measure in style inferior to none, at ranch chcaper ra'e? than the usual city prlfe?. WALL A STEPHENS, V2 Ptna ave , bet Wth aitd 10th sts , and ae WMf 304 Penn ave , neur National Hotel. tABD. HAVE TME PI.LASURE TO AN 1 ?ounce to our friends and the public that we have Ju?t recelvd our fall stock of' CLOTHS, CAS1MERES, and VEAT INGS of tb% very best French. American, and E^l'^h r?autifacture, to which w# respect fully io call tnelr atUrntion Visitor* and straDgers In the city can have their rwd?rs Hied bv us at the very shurter-t notice, at fair prices, ana in styles equal at least to any et tab i?hm?*at in the city. GRl Bli A LOZANO, Merchant Tailara. ?e *-lm 41<3 rth at., near Penn. avenue. ei'NS-GL'NS-OVNK. THESUBSCR1BER HAS JUST RECEIVED direct from th? o?lebrated manufactory of Mr Ch*QC? A So*, the^ b?*t and chmp??t lot of Double and Single Sh?t ?inns ever before offered in this market Each Gun hes beea prs'wpd and will be warranted per foet thronwhont, or no sale. W? have also Powder Flasks, Shot Bel:*, Game Bag*, Cleaning Rods. Haldiron Wads. Percnssion Caps. Powder ar?d !*hot, all of which are offered as low as can be puiehised in thl3 city, by JOS. L SAVAGE, ^ign cf Gilt Saw, Penn. avenue, between ?*21 lm (Newscopy) l(>th and 11th ?t?. T iij? HAT. IMPOBTED HATS DIRECT FBOM PAB1S 2 CASES OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL sty?sof SOFTand KNOCK AKOUTHAT8, ordw. vd last May, Just received Havlnr gone t> Sr**t uouki* an* expt-ns? to get the above goods lr*ct froci Paris, I can now cATt. and sliallut all t')Ms Lav#, lL? latect ai<d most approved style* of Fr*nrh Hats, at the Bazaar, corner of Sixth sir*?', asd Pennsylvania avenue. s?K-?o2w HOPKINS. WOOD, lOAL, AND IAKD. ]\JOW AFLOAT, AND FOR SALE PROM x* ti>? VasarLs, 400 tons White and tied Ash COAL, for Fumac*a, Grates, and Stovt?, war rantitd to be of th? bwt quality; *,240 pounds to the too In ail oasas Alw*ys oa baud as good an assortment of tvooD AND COAL as can be found in the Dis trict, art* on as good terms. No 348, Northeast corner of 12th acd C straeta, One aaosra south of Pa avenue. se?uS? C. M. KEYS ftlMUKK'S Improve^ Sowing Machinea. To which was granted the HigLett Award of the Purl* ?xhib?tion, thereby receivino tho World's Verdict of Superioruv 8 THE 1M PRO V E >5 K.N TB IN THl^ ma chlrje has himplinod them in many rWf^u~ and t uhv aiecaimbleo# executing twice the urh^al of vorn thev did formerly in any glv?-n time Tney are without question the only Machines ca Table cf r'wing every variety of poods perfW>t;~a shirt boworn or h?avy trace for harness can be bvany of the?? mdChlnesby asimplechange rveCie ^nd thread in such a manner that til? < loaoe* H'r.iflny cannot detect a fault. M^nnficlnrera, plantar* a.-Ki rnmiliea will An* tnera t.? - only safu Machines to purchase, aa they VS- 4,14 durable, and not likely to g*. out of ord?-r. V wlth * "ached, for atiUsrsVAc. lasu^M SIN0I?U A CO.. N. U -Ve are prvmrSTt^M^' ohlaea lor old machines of any klnd 4^ ?r ' I <?.tons who have t?>en lndn^^. m" on^?|.,w)ii i?d this Bbeeettt ladwd R Miscellaneous. NEW AND SEASONABLE GOODS. The subscriber would call the attention of persons refitting their houses> to bit new stock of PAPER HANGINGS, WIN DOW SHADES, CORNICE, PICTURECORD and TASSELS, Ac. WINDOW SHADES of every description on hand, or made to order. r ? my many friends for their Ul>eral patronage and favorable recommendation, I return my warai ac knowlf(igemeDtn, and tru*t by strict attention to business, punctuality, and dealliiij, Co ir.erlt a centlnuaace of their confidence and patronage. JOHN MARKRITER, 7lb at , te IS eo?t* next door to Odl Fellows' Hall. ARNV'S CONFECTIONERY, ?to. *4 Bridge atreet, Meergetewa, O. C. THE MATRIMONIAL AND FESTIVE season being near at band, the attention of all person* interested la called to the continued ex cellence and beauty of our productions, WED DING CAKE especially The fact that we are almost daily receiving, from all parts of Wash ington, orders for suca Cakes constitutes suffi cient argument of their superiority An Indiffer ent cake is provoking at any time, but at a wed ding It would be unpardonable. All, therefore, who would not be, or h^retof <re have been, dis appointed In obtaining a gcod article are invited to give us a call The usual (medal) quality ICE CREAMS. (*2 per gallon,) JELLIES, Ac , can be had at any time, or will be delivered In the most remote parts ?f Washington or Georgetown without extra charge. ARNY. se 25-eo?m (IntdA. Union) YOPHAM fc NOR F LEY'S NEW AND CHEAP IADDLS, HABNE8S AND TRUNK 8T0RJ, 4W Seventh st , opposite Odd Fellows'Hall. MESSRS. TOPHAM. ?BH&Kialeof Philadelphia, and HHVfcNullFLKT of this city,. ?" ? respectfully announce to* their friend* and the public, that they have coza mei.ced the Saddling business at the above stand, where they will make and keep constantly on hnnd a ltrwe and superior assortment of?.Mens', Ljd!e?>, and iioye' SADDLES. BRIDLES. MARTINGALES.and WHIPS. HARNESS01 every descrlrtlon, both for city and country use. All kinds ot TRUNKS, VALISES, and CAR PET BAGS. Ladles'SATCHELS. TRAVEL ING BASKETS.and FANCY WORK BOXES. HORSE BLANKETS. COVERS, COLLARS, and HAM ES. H*?rse, Spoke, and Dust BRUSH ES. CARDS, CVRUY-COxMBS, fPUNSES, As..Ac. All material need wlB be the best that can be obtained; and bcth of us having been practical workmen for several years, we feel confident that our work cannot bo surpassed, either for style or durability. By unremitting efforts to ^!ve satis faction we hope to merit, and respectfully solicit, a share of public patronage. Particular attention paid to coverlif fmk? and repairing all kinds cf work. Saddlers; toolscb?staatlv on hand. 7? ly IRON 11ALL BOOT SHOE ANO TRUNK ESTABLISH WENT. RECEIVING DAILY MY FALL AND winter atylee of Ladles, Geo tl?mer.:s CbKdran, Boys' A Yeuthfc' Boots and Shoea, of all kinds and quail-1 ties Those in' want will do well to call and exam la* my stock be fore purchasing elsewhere, at S P HOOVER'S Iron Hall Boot end Shoe Establishment, Penn. avenue, bet 9th and 10:h street*. A large assortment of fole Leather Trunks, also Leather and Wo\>d Frame. Lad's Hat Cases, new styles. se l'J THIRTY-F'VE T MO I'SAND DOLLARS. To Capitalists seeking Investment ! J NO. S AR H GALLAHER, TODD'S MAR b'e Building, adjolnlngBrown's Hotel, have for sale, on commission, Thirty five Thousand Dollars of Six percent, COUPON BONDS, se cured by mortgage* npon real estate worth double the amount cf sold bonds, and interest payable *eml annuaUv at the Bank of tbe Valley, Win chester, Virginia or at the Bank of Metropolis, Washington, DC. These bo ad * afford a s fe aad judicious invest ment. and. whilst they are quite as safe as Corpo ration stock, can be had for lef.s money, yet pay ing'the same amount of interest. C7"'*he bonds are each Five Hundred Dol ars. fe 5_tf NOTICK. |^JEN. WALTER JONES AND CHARLES ? LEE JONES have removed their office to No soft, K street, between .Id and 1th streets Charles Lea Jones will practice in the Supreme Co'irt of the United Sta'es nud all other courts he d In the District of Columbia. Gen. Walter Joies, though mostly retired from general prac tice, will unite with him and do his best te ad vance the success of client* by written statements and arguments, and by all other needful and proper exertions. Jy 5. :}IU ACADEMY OF MUSIC, WASHINGTON, D C. MR CROUCH, VOCALIST AND SINGING MASTKIl, can be ronsnMed every Tuesday and Friday at the above Institution, eny hour during the day. Schools and families attended in the city. Georgetown, Alexandria, and surrounding neigh borhood. A few vacancies to be had in classes now study ing under Mr. Crouch. Juvenlie Ciahws from I to 8 o'clock Young Men's Ske Class, 7 to 6 in the evening. J. NICHOLLS CROUCH, Vocal Director of the Institution. Corner of llth street and Pennsylvania avenue, over Farnbam's Bookstore. &e 19-tf PROTECTION AND 1NDEMN1TT FROM LOSS BY FIRE ! FIRE, MARINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE. Authorised Cap-t -land Purplwi ..? 1,33% 151 13. FARMERS AID MECHANICS' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA Officc ne rth west rornor Pen tfrytra ma avenue end 17 th atreet, Washington City, D. C. DIRECTORS. Hon.Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dinger, Ge<?rg? 11. Arrn-itroup, Thomas Mauderfiold, Charles A. Rubl- am, Edward R. Hulmbold, George Helinbold, F. Carroll Brewster, Jam.\s E Neall, I?aac Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R. HELMBOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Cbarle3 Walter, No. 3j7 D street, opposite City Ila i. Jno. M. Thornton,corner First street and Virginia avenue, Island. James William , No. 22 Pour-and a half street. JuIhi Rig. le*, No. 001 Thirteenth etrect, b> low Pennsylvania aver ue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Capt. J. P. Levy. No. 307 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite hatiocai Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thoniason. The business of thij Company will compare fa vorably with the iu< succe-iful of similar in&titu tions tn the United States. From the l?t day of August, 1855, In five months, up 11 1st January, 1958. the premiums received amounted to the lar^c sum of one nuudred and eight thou-an i1, one hundred and fi fiy-one dollars, with only forty.^jix hundred an ! siny six dollars losyea rep: m-Led With tljfse eviJenccs of duccess and good man. acem*nt, the directors feel justified in soliciting a share of public patronage, believing thaj tbe H<*cu rny offered is ample and Hum ail fair claims will be SiiuS equity than legal technl 1 nc company IS prepared to i?suo policies against !.TD0?'iuS^,:l>>,fln'on DWSLLINGB, Pl/RNI loimL 11 MANUFAC1>?R1SH. WARE hOCSJCS, all deturipuuiie of BUILDINGS, and their contents, or all kinds of MKItCHANDIgE t^nIsI>,'r,?'d VJttBtLS, HTM AM BOATS, CA NAL BOATS, kAILlOADS, and the usual con* *eJ^11ff?*OOIfrofnw'yp?nion of EUROPk and AMKK1CA. and oti tne hulls of STEAMBOATS nav.gatlng the western watsrs The rates of premium will b<* as low as other companies, and in fixing them i:Tciy improvement in construction and a'rangem?m will be taken into consid' rauon. All htsees speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office northwest c rner Pennsylvmnla avenue and Seventeenth street, Washington city, D O. Insurance may aLo he effected at the Home O/fua, Sortkwe$t corner Ifa/nut and Serond StreeU, PKiln delyhia, and in other principal cltiea of ihe'United of the company. ffliffofiOiiilT ?no HU? AND SELL RIIO* AND DOMESTIC EZCH4N0K, 0. ^ PtelEuop.; 0. an ?" ,,,ur,Sr^ I?r J LAND WARRANTS We are at all Purehaaln* - Bale. LAND WAR RANTS ofaiffenomlnJJi^ Lani Warrant, located In IoS Sffl00', Minnesota. CHUBB BROTHERS IBaalere, oppe^t? tha Twaeury. Miscellaneous. Sale of United States Land near Richmond, Virginia, known at Bellonna Arsenal. OatsAifci Ovrici. > Washington, September 9, 1068 > NO ?*U(v/actorv offer having been received for the above mentioned prop-rty, under the ad vertisement from this office, of the 23d June last, proposals in writing are again Invited fbr the Sirchwe of tbe property, and will be recerved ml Is office until 12 o'clock, m , on the 9th day of Ootobtr next. Should a satisfactory bid be inude the bidder will be informed of It, and will l>?? required to to pay the purchase msnev In rash ; upon the re ceipt of which a detd will be made by the i?ecre tary of War conveying all tbe tltte of the United States In and to the same. The pro erty to be sold ennsistsof twenty-seven and a half acres of land located on the James river, some It miles above Richmond; part of the land is covered with a grove of valuable tim ber; another part has been under cultivation as a garden, Ac ; and another part Is CQvered with the arsenal buildings, among which are : A brick store-hon*?, 100 by 25 feet, slate roof, three stories and basement; brick barrlck. 1W by 3') feet, slate roof, two stories and base ment; two brick build ings for officer*' quarters, rich 10 by 29 feet, slate roofs, two stories, beside* cellars and gar;e*s ; two brlrk store houses, each by tia feet, slate roofs, two stories and cellar*; two brick work shops. t ach 41 X by 21 feet, slate roof-*, two stories: one armorers and smith's ship, brick. by 26 feet, slate roofs, two t>torie<; a brick wall, 18 feet hlgli ar.d 3 feat thick, connecting the e bid dings and enclosing tbe arsenal square. Tkere Is also on tbe prop, rty a magazine, of rtone, 81 by 28 feet with a slate roof, surrounded by anencloslog stone wall 113 by 50 feet, ard 90 f. et high; and a brick stable 37^ by 29# f; ct, slate roof two stories hitfh. All of the foregoing buildings are said to be In gocd condition, with tbe exception of the armor er's shop and Mable, which require repairs They wercer-cted in a very substantial manner, and would yield a large quantity of brick, stone slate lead, and ether metenals.?hould tbe purchaserde sire to tike th**m down, which materials could be boa ed down to Richmond at a small cost. Persons disposed to bid will please apply to Mr. MeArthur. on the prerrlse*, who will give all the necessary Information Proposals to be sealed, and endorsed(< Proposals for Hellona Arsenal " H. K CK Alt#, Colonel of Ordnance The National Intelligencer and Star, Washing ton, D. C., and the Enquirer and Examiner, ? lebmond, Va , will publish the above twice a week tiliyth October. se9 itawtOthOct [No. 568 ] Notice of Withdrawal of Additional Lands in Florida Further in pursuance of the act entitled "An act granting public, in alternate sections, to the State of Florida and Alabama, to aid in 'be construction of certain railroads in said Stat s " approved 17th May, IBS*. instructions were comTualcated by this office to the lmd offi cers at Newnansvllle and Tampa, Florida, on the instant, for the withdrawal and suspension from sale or location until further orders, of the follow ing desclbed lands, as falling within the proba ble limits of selection of the Tampa Bay Main Stem railroad, in said State, to wit: Office at NivrNA!fsviLi.B: Ail the lands situa ted south of the b<xly of lands heretofore with drawn for tbe Ceidar Key Branch railroad; trtti of the line wh ch divides ranges twenty-four and and twenty-live ; and north of the line dividing townships nineteen and tweety. Oflce at Tampa : All the 1a?d? situated teest of the line dividing rangps twenty-feur aid twenty five, and north of the line which divides town fblns t'tirty and thirty-one. Given under my bund, at the General Land Of fice, at t; ecity of Washington, this ninth day of September, I85Q. JOHN KdOU, sell) lawGw Acting Commissioner. Proposals for Erecting the Castom-House, &o., at Georgetown. D. C. TREAsr*7 Department, I September 24. 1S56 C ^jealed proposals will be re U celved at this department rntlltbe2id dav of November, A D 1^50, at 12 o'clock at noon, for the constriction of the Georgetown custom souse and post effie according to the plans ard specifi cations prepared at this depanment; said propo sals to be 1 Ithf* for the whole building, or Fepi rate for the d liferent kinds of work; bills of par cels should accom pany each b'd, with the amount of each kind of work, aud the total amou itcarrUd cut; the department reserving the right to rcject or accept the proposals hereby invited, or anv Carts thereof, when it dfem.s the interest of tbe nlteS etites requires It; the department also re serves th- right to exclude the bid* < f any person o; persons whom there is J 1; t cause to bo'Ieve will njt faithfully nrform the contra ts, or whi<"h th<-y have Ht'etflfted to oLtain by Indi-ecllon ? and all bids when there shall be parties In liitertst who do not join in tbe bids, ar.d all bid* that, upon lnvest.gatlon, are below a fair price for the work. Bids will bo received In gross, at the option f tbe bidders; but no contract will be awarded to such bidders until details are furnlshc l ti e d? pa.trnent of tbe prices of the different kind" of work and materials, which shall be subject to tbe revision of the <.epa;tment, so that the'gross bid shall be rqulUbly apportioned upon tLewhole work to guide the department in making pay ments. Ninety per cent, of the amo.tnt of work done snd materials delivered, according to contract price (said amount to be ascertained by the e?.slrr.ate of an a?ent of the department, appointed for that purpose,) will be paid Ircin tline to time, as the work progresses, and ten per cent re alned until the complete n of the contract, and acceptance of the work, Ac , by the agent aforesaid, and be forfeited In the event of non-fulfi'Mmtiit of con tract Con'rocts w.ll be awarded only to master build ers and mechanics, and the assignment thereof, except by consent of the Secretary of the Treasn ry, will be a forfeiture of the same. Each proposal must be accompanltd by a writ ten guarantee,signed by two responsible persons, ( ertitied to be so l.y the United States district Judge or attorney of the said district.) In the turn of 95,MM, forthewiioie wcrk. or of a proportional amount, if for any part that the bidder will, when required, !f his propo-al be accepted, enter Into a contract and bond, wlili proper and sufficient securities for its faithful performance. Plans, specifications, and working drawings can be examined after thirty daya, aud other in formation obtained on application to the depart ment. The proposals must be seat ta this department, addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury, (en dorsed ''Proposals for the Georgetown Custom House, Ac. ,") and will be opened at 1 o'clock, p m , of the last day named fo;- reeelvin" the Mine JAMES GUTHRIE, ?e *.M- 'J awfiodays Secretary of the Treasury. r ropcsnls for Baildicg Six Schooners fortho United States Itevcnuo Service Trka?ubt Department, Sept 6. IMtf SEALED PROPOSALS. DISTINCTLY En dorsed "Proposals for Revenue Vessels," and addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury will be received at this office until 12 o'clock, neort, of the fitb day of November next, for Furnishing 'the Materials, Constructing, Equlnplng, and Dellv Ing a 11 oat. Six Fore-and-Aft Schooners, of about fifty tons burden each, for the Unit d States reve nue ser?lce on the northern lakes. The models and plans to be furnbhed by the contractor, and the vessels to be completed within three months from the signing of the contract No propo?*l wlil l>e considered unless received from persons engaged la fchlp-bulldlng. And ea h cfl'er must be accompanied by the signatures of two responsible persons guarantet s'ib.u the contract will bo entered into l.y the bidder Incase of acceptance of olfer by the department One half of the amount of contract wll! be paid on presentation of satisfactory evidence that the vessels are planked up, celled, and the docks laid and tbe balance on delivery of the vessels com pleted. All tbe materials u<ed to be of the b.^-t nualltv and the work to be exeeu?cd in a faithful n .r,n^ and to the satisfaction of the superintendent I he vessc.s, when received from the hands of the contractor, to be fully rlggel, furnished and equipped, and finished to a c eat, with th" eicep Hons chains, anchors, armament, nautical listrti ? dntboaCtasm ' Cab,n'and ward ro?mfurniture Persons des rous of bidding wi 1 >?? f? 1 orrr for on. o, m,rc, ,b.,r '? JAM hS GUTdR 1 k* s*8-lawtNov6 Secretary of the TreSi^y. Removed to 367 Penn'a avenue, South side Opposit* thi Nat'onal Hoi el. NEW GROt'KRY^W^NB, AND LIQUOR THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEA VP Tr? Inform his friends and tbe public thit he has opened a new store, No 367 Penn ' avenue between 4^ andflth sticets, five doors east of 0th street, where he Intends to keep co53?Hy ? hand a large and varied assortment of and Domestic WINES, LIQUOKS Cir.Aii~* aru! FINE OHOCERIES/consi.tla* Teas, Sugar, Coffee,Flour, Soap, Olives Ratainl Flga Sardines, Anchovl? Otard Mam-t A Co., Plnet A Co., and Col. Chadard'i BrandTii tn Case., Demijohns, .and Casks Old AmiS Rum, Sherries, Maderla, Fort of various descrir^ tlon, St Jullrn Claret, Chateaux Margaux in cases, Champagne Cider, Brandy Frulu? Hew nold's Edlnburg Ale, Annesettl, Maras hlno Luracoca, Absynth. Champagnes, and a largeand ^siled description of Havana Cigars. Al#0 StouKhton Bitters and Fever and Ague Bitters' Sorter, Ale and Cider. K Bmer,> . , M JONAS. F. LISVV. 4-ly No. 317 Fa. tv., bet. 4# and 6th sta Miscellaneous. NATIONAL TOBDfCAL COLLEOE, WASWryGTON, D c The thirty-pipth annual course of Lectures will rotnmwiw on Moadav, the 27th of October, and terminate the 1st of March, IF57. The Lectcres will he delivered on Anatomy, by Thos. Milibb, M. D (ibstetrlcs and Disease* of W omen and Children by Wm. P Johnstoh, M D Materia Medlca, Therapeutics and Hygiene, hv Joshua Riiav, M D. The Principles and Practice of Surgery, by J. P ? M A V, W ? ik. Pathology, Practice of Medicine and Clinical

Medicine, by Grafton Tng?,M l?. Chemistry and Pha nacy, by Lewie H. St*i^ kb. M D Physiology and Microscopical Anatomy, by Jas J. Wakirs, M D. 7 Wm-H Tatlob, Proseotor and Demonstrator. The entire expense for a full courts of Le*> turee on Practical Anatomy by the Demonstrator ....10 (Ml Matriculating Fee, payable only once P it) Graduating expanses. & 4 Admission to the medical and snrglcal ell a to frf?? of charge For further Information address WM. P. JOHN STON, M. D-, Dean of the Faculty. Washington Infirmary, Clinical Depart ment Like moa* similar institutions in Europe, the desks from which the public lectures are giveu, and the wards for clinical instruction arelnc.oded under the wine roof. Dally clinics are given. N It ?Medical students desiring situations as residents In this Hospital are requested to make application by letter to THOS MILLER, M D.. Curator, who will glveanv Information that may be desired. Six residents are to be chosen on or about the 1st of October. THOS. MILLER, M D. re 8-2awtNovl Curator of the Infirmary. - 6KEAT RKJUtllO.l 13? THE 1BICE OF BOOTS AND GAITERS 1HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A'PHIL adelphla manu facturer, a first rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at S3 Ci. full as good as those usun 11 y nold at ** or ?r>; a*d a French Calf Patent Leather GAITEK at S3 50, as good as any at ?5; a Arct rate Calf Galterat C'i 50, the*c are the best goods that is (or ever were) sold in the District for the price; for the proof, come and see for yourself. Terms positively rash. No extra p-ofit chirped to offset b*d debts. Call at the NEW YORK HAT STORE, Seventa street near I'ennsy.vstla uvenue. m?4 tf ANTHONY, Agent NEW FALL GOOUR JOHN H. RMOOT, NO. 119 SOUTH SIDE of Bridge street, Georgetown, D C., has re ceived his First Instalment of FALL GOODS, suited to the o?rly demand, v'i7.: 30 plor?? Pall Style Muslin <Je trainee, 35 cts. 100 do Hngllnh Prints, at 12J^ eta. S do Black Silks, best makes 350 do Saining Cottons, comprising of all the most approved makes 5'? pieces Broand Bid Sceetlng Cotton 20 do Irish Linens, good arid cheap 3'? dozen Damask Napkins, from *1.50 to 83.00 Table Clotfcs, and Table lHimssks Bird* Eve, Huckaback, and Board Towelling Allendale and Marselles Spreads F.tigllsh Fur'd Chintzes from 12)$ to 18\' cts. Bright Colors (all wool) Muslin de Lelnes Black Alapacas and Muslin de Lelnes 5 ) pieces While, Ked, and Yellow Flannels rasslmeres, Black French Joe?klnsaadSaUineUs Tweeds, Checked and Pialn Jeans Checks Muslins, Cambrics and Nainsooks White and Colored Canton Flann<4* Hem-s.lcfeed, Emb'd and Plain Linen Cambric HandkerohlHfs Gents heavv KlbWdaod Pl?ln half Hose Ladles' and eblidrens i.otton Hose of all kinds Gt nts Mrrlno and Cotton Shirts Ladles Mnlno and Silk Vesta. Ac , Ac. To which large additions will be made soon frcm the large Auction and Importing Houses of Philadelphia and New York. Customers are in vited to call early. ?c 11-tr JOHN II. 8MOOT. TO ALL THAT VALVE THEIR SIGHT ^ J 0 ^0DIAs\ X^CT^7 lbHKS TO CALL THE ATTENTION tt to all that suffer with de'ectlve sliht, caused by age sickness, and particularly from glas?.?s Injudiciously selected, to bis mperior SPECTACLES and G LASSES carefully ground by himself to a true sp erical accuracy, ajid bril liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi cially to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eye. Very numerous a*c the 111 pffe ts caused to 'be precious organ of sight from ?he commencement of using glttuxcs In not being precisely suited, by the use of .,n Ovtomt:-r; and the practice of mntiy years enables him to meas ure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glass es tb?f are absolately required will be furnished with iceclsion and satisfaction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and further solicits the patronage of those that have nut vet avalltd themselves of his aid. Perrons that rnnr.ot conveniently call, by send ing the glass- s in une, and state Low many Inch es tbey can read this print with their spectacles, can b. supplied with such a# will lmp-ove their sight. ' Innumerable testimonial* to b? ?een; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest eas? and comfort from his glasses. Circulars to be h ?d gratis, at his office No 51* SEVENTH STREET, \krt7d?rS^n Odd Ftllovts Hall, rp stairs. u, ^ = Noaron, September?, ISM. Sir?Tb" Spectacles you made for me suit very wed, and s?em to have improved rny sitrbt more than any other I have lately tried 1*1 TT. W. TAZEWELL ! have tried a pair ef Spectaclee obtained from Mr. robins, and find tbem of greet asslstanoeto rny si {ht, and corresponding with his description of the focus. I recommend him as a skillful on Hclaa. HENRY A WISE. Having been induced by a friend to visit the c? Ublislinient of Mr. Tobias for tbt* purpose of try ing his glares, I whs furnished by bim with a pair r,lightly colored blue, which have afforded me more relief and gratlflcailon than any I have ever tried. My ?1;;bt, originally very good, was Injured by writing snd reading at ni-'fct fre anently to a very late hour; but with the aid of these glasses l can study almost as late as ?ver aud that too without the pain I have previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Gen'1 Land Offlc?. December it, it55. I have used Mr Tobias's Spectacles for {three or four monihs, and take great pleasure in say lng that 1 am much pleased with them 1 have ??een much benefit tea by them May 5th, 1059 GEOH. P. SCA11BUROH. I was recommended to Mr John Tobias as c skillful optician ; and as 1 have eyes of remark* '.bio pcculiailtv, I was gratified to find that Mr Tobias seemed to comprehead them by inspec tion and some slight measurement, and he ha* made me a pair of Spectacles th*t suit* mead "iXlru,i??. _ A1' Bun'E" .. , VVilminston, N. C., Jan. 27,1851 tk MV J B!4V Dear Sir?I am happy to say thai the Spectaclcs which I obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal ity in the visual range of my eyes, 1 have hereto found great difficulty In getting glasses of the proper focal dbtanee It affords me pleasure to state that, by the aid of your optometer, this dlffl ctilty has been happily obviated so that the glasses yeu furnished in? are dec dedly the best adapted to my eyes of any 1 have ever yet used Very respectfully, yours, R B DRANK, Rector of St James' Parish. Department of Irtbbiob, May 7, 1853. From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I have* been compelled to use glasses for ?ithn . 1 haTe t"ed dlfferent opticians without obtaining glasses perftxtlv fitted to my eyes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pa r? especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. Hy the use of his optometer ne lsenab ed to adapt Glasses minutely to theeys. I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glasses, and hear my testi mony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, A?-sldt. Sec'y to sign I^and Warrantr. H.-OPERA GLASSES of great variety, TELESCOPES Be MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER GLASSES, and many other articles in title line at very low prices constantly oa hand. SY is-iy ' ? OR MUUNT VERNON. ^|N TUESDAYS AND PRIDAYS ? FARE, alb-xTnZ steamer THOMAS COLLYER leaves WasLlrur. ton at fl and Alexandria at 9% o^elock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at 8 if o'eloek. Coach fare 10 ceats. Persons wishing the coaches will leave tfcelr Msldenoe with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. apS-tf BAM'L 6&DNBY, Caplala. J Information for Tra^lf, ORANGE ft ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD flflHHHEi? Orwt Southern Mail Lino I ?TTWICE OAlLVtt (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTSD) Betweei Watkincton City aid the Seatk! VIA: ALBXANDR1A, ?ORDONSVILLR. RICHMOND. DAM. VILLE GRFMNSBOROUGB,*. C. A XT) ?AllT TO r*? VIRGINIA IPIINCi. Leave Washington at ???? oarlock, A M. Leave Washington at...* ? ** P.M. L?Tt Alrxudr'ial n?.T " A M. L?ive Al?Mi4'liit 9 " P M. Travel era will And the Morning Liar la con nmuon with the Virginia Central Railroad, the Ckeapest. mndt Feasant and 'tredltl ous K aote to THE VIRGINIA ?FRINGE, Greenbrier White Mulphur and FauqoW White tfalphur, Warm, Hot. Alamaad Capon Springs. Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, LexlngUia, kc aad UASlAlf. WACONfc will he at the Washiagtoa Railroad Depot to coa vey PASSENGERS and BAGSAtE, cf Ckmtgt, to STEAMER , JT** ? PAG R. for A LE X A N DR1A, a dta- JM|M a one of six mtlc?, allowing staple tine for M?a ? Fare froan Washlngtra to Rlohmsnd ?* <0 Pare ?? - Danville 11 00 Far* '? " Gieeosba?oq0h,..ia 00 Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are Moored by thi? Route, a* It is a Liiraov riuv am aaiLaeaa raoM ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLK THKUV9M PASSKN9RRS aad DABBABfc. iarrted without cost to the Depot of tha Vstars barf Railroad. J AM LP A. EVANS, se 1 Ageat, Alexandria, fa FOR HARPE&'I FIKBT, T*b , Via Ckuapakt f Ohss THROUGH IE TWELVE HOURS ! UN NEW AMD MPLHNIHD PACKET - COAT ARGO. Capt Cai? H Mni:u, will commence m.ihlng Regular Trips betweea GEORGETOWN andlhe above Palat, oa Mon day. Vamh 87th, !*?? Tha Boat will laave the wharf at W. HAH.V Rltter, Geofgetowa, D C , e*arv Moadar. Wei np?day, Friday rmalM, at 6 o'eloca Ret':rnlnr, *he will l?ava Haroer's Perry every Tuesday, Tnarsday and Saturday aaosalng, at o'clock. Threath Tlcfcets, RU.Bfe To Lttsburg fl 62#, t-melu/itmc tk* flags frJfm Edwards' Ferry. Families lateodlng to visit tke Virginia Springs the coming season will And this by far the most safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon. Shanondale, White Sulphur and Warren. Meals served on board at moderate rates, A coach will always be In readiness In George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat. Far further particulars Inquire at tha store of W. H A H. G. HITTER, Georgetown, and JOHN V. AVIS, Jr.* Harper's Ferry, Va. mar 15?tf WASHINGTON BRANSM KAILROU). C 1UA.10I OF HOURS.? Oa and J day, the 83d lastaat, the Trains will Leave Waahlagtoa at 6 aad SJ{ a. aad I ui { P- n Oa Sunday at ttf p. sa. Leave Haltiraora at 4* aad 1# 1. ?*., aad I ui ?KP ? Oa Saaday at 4 H a. sa. a>*3?tr PAMOWS, Ageat. < THE REW TORI AND LIVERPOOL ^gaa united states SBHHLmail steamers.SBR The ships comprising this link are the ATLANTIC Capt Hldrtdge BALTIC Capt. Coanrtook ADRIATIC Capt J as West These ships having been built by contract ex pressly for Government service, every care has brtr. tafceu in their ? 'instruction, as also Ln their engines, to Ineure strength and speed; and their accomnsodntlonr for passengers are unequaled for elegance and comfort rrioeof passage from New York ?o Liverpool ln first cabin, tl30: In reeend do , 175 Prom Liverpool to New York, 30 and 80 guineas. An experienced s>ur?ecn attached to eacn *blp. Nc b^r'hs can b** secured until paid for. Tke shlpe of this line ha?e Improved water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid danger frem Ice will net cross the Hanks north of 42 degrees, until after the 1st of Augurt. PBOPOSBP D A T 19 OP SAIL'**. Fria* h'-w Yctk. l>r?? LtesrpsiJ. ie?. i?5fl Saturday Apr Wfdn?^day.....May It Saturday May 10 Wedne?day....M^y *? Saturday May 24 Wednesday....June 11 HaMirdsy.......Jtrne 7 Wednesday....Jnrie BS | Saturday Jnne21 Wednesday ....July 9 Saturday July 6 Wednesday ....July 23 ' Saturday July 19 Wednesday....Aug. ? Saturday Aug. 8 Wednesday....A"g. Saturday Aug 11 Wednesday....Sept. 8 | Saturday Aug 30 Wednesday....Sept. 17 Saturday Sepl. 13 Wednesday ....Oct. 1 Saturday Sept. 87 Wednesday ....Oct, 15 Saturday Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct, M Saturday Oct.2fl Wednesday....Nov. 12 Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday....Nov, 2? Saturday....... Nov. 8*1 Wednesday.... Der. If* Saturday .......D#*. 0 Wednesday ....Dec. 84 Saturday l>ec. 2D For freight or passage apply to | ED WARD K. COLLINS 4 CO., 5C Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 87 AoMlB Friars, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., PtTlo. The owners of these ships vrill not be aeemsRt able for geld, silver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, pre cious stones, or m*tal&. unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed therein. m 1?tr BT RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WEST Ttm* btitmrn Washington asid TVLe^l^if: but 17# Lour% 1 Banning Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 honre!! vHtorsH Tictbts a!<D Biestsi chbcis to ea HAD in W? SHinsTOI*. The ualtimoreTand ohio rail KOAD tiavlug greatly Improved Its Western connections, now cfieis tlic finest lndurcinents to Travelers between WASHINGTON. BALTI MORE, and aU portions of the WE8T, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST The.-onneotlonbciwwnthe Trains from Wash I lngton and the Trains bound West from Balti more is always i>romi>tly made at the Washington Junction (lately called the Relay House) 0 inl'e* from Baltimore. This is the onJy cliange of cars required between W a#hlnc;ton and the OLlo river Baggage Is checked through to Wiieellng at the Washington Station, and reohe-ked and trans ferred there, (with therassengers) without charge, for those holding Through Tickets for points be yond. The 1 onnojtlr.g Trains leave Washington daily at0 a. ra and** .1. in. Oa hund^yB at the later hour on'.v. At DEN WOOD,4 mllcofrom Wherilsr\<iher* cour.cdion !s made \fltli the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD,*running from Bellalr, on the Ohio, through Cambridge. Zaaesvllle, and Newa/k, to COLUMUUc*. These trains cotne^t at .Newark wltbths cars of the Newark, Manilald and Sandiviky Ha!:road for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, Ht. Louis, etc. At CuLTJMBUS the C O. Rallrond trains cob aect with the fast tTalcs of the Little Miami Rail roaJ to Xeala. Cincinnati, l^ralsvllie, etc. At XENIA (ou Little Miami Railroad) coaaectloa is to.nurd with tUt trains through Dayton, to ladlao atolls, Tcrre Haute. Lafayette, Cfclcag9, Rock Island, Bt. Louis, Carlo, etc ?" Paesengers holding Through Tickets foi MrinpJJ*, I'Lrk^kurr. Nattier, MTev Orleans, ets.^ which are also sold at Washington?era trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mai* Bteamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllie, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold by the river route l?7? For CLEVELAND, asd via Cleve'and to To edo, Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets are sold, when the Ohio Is navigable between Wbee lag and WellsvlUe (forty ml'eiO where a connection with the O evehind and Pittsburg Raflraad 1? made. Travelers are requested to notice that while this lstheoniyrouta affording Through Tickets and Checks ln Washington, It Is a'ao the shortest, most ?!>eedy, and direct to near y a'l the leading points ln the great West. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati la but 653 ml es. being about luO miles shorter than by any other rente! FARK. HY THKOUUii TICKET, FRO* WASHINGTON :?To Wheeling, 99 50: Colum bus, fl3 ft5; Dayton, 815 60: Cincinnati, ?1? 0^; Louisville, by raiiroad, ? 18 65, by steamer from Cincinnati, S16 00; Indiana oila, S17 50: Cleve land, *18 50; Te'edo, ?I5 60; Detroit. #15 8H; ? - ar a asa - - - - - - - r asa?- a\ a % ianii R lit PDU Htt.UUHnKKI.AND, BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORD SPRINGS. PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passengers may leave Washiagtoa at 6 a. a n U p.m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take ? a. m. Isaln from Washington. rT ror trains to and from Baltimore, Anna? olfsTetc., see special advertisements For farther information, Through Tickets etc., apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent, at Washington Station. AM. S. WOOpSfDE, Medicines. AYERS FILLS. POM ALL TFTE PURPOSE! Of A _FAMILY PHYSIC. Therr BAP LONG EXISTED a pubuo dna?n4 ft>r an Hfrft.w Purgative Pill wUofc eonM N> relied on as ??* nd perfectly safs in Ks operation T bin ba? been prepared ts meet that demand, and an tiMuIn trial of lta virtues i.aa conriusMely sbowu with what success it aecom pll?hes tLe purpose deigned It la easy to make a Physical rill, bat not so es?y to make the be* or all Fi7J?rae which should bare boo* ?tf tbs Bbjwtlom, but all the Minau^an of every other. This bus bern attempted ht-re.acd with whatauo rm* Wf w nld respectfully submit to the public dec'slnn It baa been uafortuuaie for the patent hitherto that almoat every purgative medicine la actlmonloua and lr.Hating to the bowels. Thla la not Man? of them produce so n orh griping ptln ar d revulsion In tbe system aa to more tiiaa counterbalance the good to be derl v?d froaa then . Thew Ptlh produce ao irritation or pain, unlna It aiiees frwui a pu"?lou??v existing obstruction or deTangeneiit in tb? bowel* Lietng purely vege table, no barm can arise from their use In any quantity; but Itl* better than any roedielae should lie taken Judiciously Minute direction* for tbetr pllcable are given oa tba boa Among the eom pl*tnts which have been speedily cured by tham we naay tuentUm Liver Complaint In 1U various forma of Jaundice, Indigestion, Lane nor and I mi of Appetite. Ll*tle*sm s*. Irritability, B Hoijs Headache. Bllou* Fever, Fever and Ague. Pain In the Side and Loir a for in truth, alltheee are but tlic eonacquence of diseased action of the liver Aa au aperient, they aRsrd |>rrmpt aa<1 iin relief in Costlvenees, Plica, Cojlc, Dysentery, Humors Scrofula and Scurvy, Coiis, with aorr. ne*e of the b<dy, Wlcer* and Impurity of tbe blood; In short any and every caw where a porgn tire la required. They have also produced some singularly soc oeesful cures In Kht-umatlsm.Geut. l?rop*v. brtv el, Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart. Paias lu ?PH. . ?P? the Back, Stomach and Side. 1 hey a bot Id be freely taken In tbe spring of the year, to purify the blood and piepnre tbe eyt>:wi for ths chance of reason*. An occasional dot* stimulate* the stomieh Into hen! thy action, and restores tbe sbt* - tlte and vlg^r 7 ley purify the blood, and by their stimulant action on the circulatory arrtetr renovate tbe strength of tbP **<*>'? 1Ji<1 ? w**"* ihe waatM or diseased energies of the wbele organ lam. Hence an occasional dose la advantage*** even though no serious deram^tr.ert crisis : but unnecessary do?ing should never be carried tco Car, a* everv purgative mcdlelae redjr<? atrength, when taken to excels Tbe thoaaaaA case* In whl< h a physic lareqrlrod canaotbeenu merated here, bnt they suggest tberrselvea to the reason of every body; ata It la confidently be lltved thl* pill will auswer a better purpeee than any thing which hea hitherto been available to mankt d When thrir virtue* are one* know:, the public will no longer doubt what rwedy u employ when In n<ed of a cathartic n tdiclne Being sugar wrtpprd Ihey are i leasaut to take, and bdnjf purely vegetable, no barm can arise from their uae In any quantity. For minute directions see the wrapper on the Box. rairnic bv DR. JAMES c. A YER. PRACTICAL * ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, LOWKLL. MA?tf Prloe as C?ti per Box Five Boxes loril.00 Bold by Z D OILMAN, WaKhlng'on. and all respec'able druggUta. au &-4m DOCTOR }i 00 K LAND'S CELEBRATKD GERMAN BITTERS riisriiEb ?T Dr. C. M JACEB01V. Philadelphia, Pa., W!LL tFFKCTCALLT CtBB LIVER COMPLAINT, 0VSPEP8IA. lAl'^DICK, CHRONIC OR NPR VOl'e OK ?" fcllltv. Disease* of tbe Kldm-v*. and all Ur ease* arising from a Disordered LlveyerPtomaeb. Tbe proprietor, In calling the aftert!on of the public to tnla preparation, foe* ao with a ftellag ?f the utmost cuaadencc I n Its ylrtuas atd adapta tlon to tbe dlaeaae* for which It la rer ommenaed. It Is no new and untried article, but one that ha* stood the teat of a ten yeara' trial before the American people, and lta reputation and aale Is unrivalled by any similar preparatlooa errant. Tbe testimony in Its favor give* by tbe most prom inent ard well known physicians and individuals In all parta of tbe couuuy is lmn-eusie. ana aasre f'tl perusal of the A manse, puhlUhed annually be the proprietor, and to be bud gratis of a*iy of bl.? agents, cannot but actlsfv the mast sheeted that this remedy la ree'.Iy deserving tbe great cri j ebrltv It has obtained. | Principal office and manufactory No. M Arch I etrert, PLlladelphia, Pa. HEAD THE FOLLOWING: Mos?a.*toww . Va , August 4,1PS5 Dr C. M. Jacksow?Dear blr:?Tbe sale* of ?be Birtersare iacreaslng, and what *r*ak* vol umes In tbelr favor 1* that all who b?ve u**-d tt in speak highly of ttelr eflecis No imdlcine (Lat 1 sell gives such general satisfactlcn, and :b? de mand for It eicetds all pttrcedent; and 1 assure you it aQords me pleat ure to m.11 such a remedy. Our physicians no low^cr sc.- wl at It, hut are ecu - pelltid to acknowledge its Intrinsic value, red 'Le trrester pait of thim have tsd n agi.antmlty suf ficient 10 lay aside tteir prejudlcit* acd prescribe I! in thdr practice. Respectfully tours, F. M. CHALFANV. For sale by ator^keepers and drngglst* lc every tewn acd village In the Ucited Sutos Price TO rent* per bottle. Z 1) GILMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. KI DWELL. Georgetown, Aden's. je 7-6m PRIVATE ntDlCAL TREATLSR ? N TBI FHIT/OSOF31CAL VIEW Of HABKX46B. ?T K. B. LA CHOII, H. D?, ALI'ANV, N Y? IX f*la: mU 130 Fi%4. F:**n.mnd Cvierad Litk 0gr?fkr a*d f.sid. Pi:tl CULT Iwisti Fiti CIRTI Bent Free of "'ostage to all parts of tke Waloa. CHEAfXBT BOOK EVER PVBLlt!HED ? end containing nearly double the quantity of read ing matter In mat of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PUBLICATIONS. It treats on the PHYSIOL OGY OF MAKR1AGE, , end the Sccret Ir.anr.itJrr d ar.d Dlr^ruer of Youth and*i Maturity, resulting fromci cesses, which deetroy the physical and meatal pew- * J era. with Observations cn * Marriage, lta dutl^ and dlsf;ual!flcatlo67aad their remedler: with LltbogTapb*, the Anatomy and i'hyslolrgy .ind Disease* of the K e productfve Organs of both *e*?, their s^ructcre, uat*. and fnr Uons. a popular and romprel< b slve Trent lee on the Duties Had Causal ties of sin gle and ntarrbdllfe?happy and frultTil alliance*, ii-.ode cf securing tl cm?lnfcikcttoi* ^nd lciertlle cnes?their < b~...ticn ax4d reitovnl ?Imper'tnt bints to thofie coatenip J*t1ng matrlnjoBy. thai will overcome object!-??* to it; Bone, however, obould lake thla Important step with cot first consult lut? Its pages?oommentariec on the diseases and medical treatment of 'eimaies from la fane y to old aee each case graphically 111 twirated by btauilfnlTTihogrB. pklc platen?acxvrvaa debility, 1U causes and sure, fj once ?1*P?, safe, and effcctnal Ihtt failure isimpo^slbl*?rules for dally manarc meat?an es-ay on Spomwtorrhiw. with pmetlcj.1 obaefvatloBa onthesa^raad moreSMaMnil miW ? af treatmeiu?{.recautloaary htnte on the evils r? sultlag from emr-ii'cal nractloe?aa essay on ail dlaeaaesarlaiag from ladlscreilci, with plain tad ?'.nr.pit roles by which all persons can cure them ?slves wlthen*. mercury?remedies for those self lEaii tM mtwrlrs tnd 4lfsppoiru-4 koM bo u? fortnnalely prevalent In thf fcung. It Is a troth idl advHer to the married and Inot-c coetemplating aaarriage: Its perusal is particularly recosucend od to p?xser s entertalnitg secret dcubu of thali physical condition.and who areconse'.ons of hav lagkaxardrd the heal th.happtneM. and privileges which every hrnaan belr.R is eatlUM Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per eapr.v Plve Copies for Oae Dollar. Nailed, free ?/post tge, to all parts of the United States Nprefer naay cobsuJi Dr. I.A CROIX upon iny of Ine uprnvkltb Uilf bock treats, either personally or by mail Medi cine sent to any part aft he (JnloBBoccrdlB* todl rectioas. safely packed and carefully secured from all observation. Addiess Dr M B LA CROIX, Ne. SI Maldei Laae, er P?>?t OMo?Boxft?k Albaav, N. Y. ITT" OSce open daily.ficBQ 9 a m to ? p m aid ob Sunday from ^ until S p. fs. O-oAce REMOVED Dc? No M Betver at. 1? **4' Tsek. CHAURCRY WAREIRCBi WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER ? AMD CBaLBB tR Pine Watchei, Jewelry, and Silver fin. Selling at ? t?ry hbrtal rtdvrftea ft cm (W I???ar|r prtrn. No. ?70 Pa aveate, hrtw?rd 6th sad 7th stieets, ?u f 3m (|p Browns' Hotel bulldlrg ) PLATFORM AND COFNTBR ftfALEH. MURDOCR-S PATENT PLATPORM AMD Counter Scales. of s!l st&es Jpt ealest msfu* '?srasats?.. -'? m