Newspaper of Evening Star, October 8, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated October 8, 1856 Page 4
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KVENING STAK. WHEN THE SULTAN GOES 10 ISPAHAN. BT T. B. A1U)*ICH. Wken the Sultan Shah-Zaman Uots to the ttty Isfahan, liven before he gets so f*r ?As the plsce where the clustered palm-tress are, As the last of the thirty palace gates, The pet of the hsrem, Kose-ln-Bloom, Orders ? feast In his favorite room; leas and sherbets, sugared dates, Dvrlaa apples, Othmanee quinces, Limes, and citrons, and apricots, And wines thit are knowa to the Kastein prlnoes, And Nubian slaves, with smoking pots Of spiced meats and costliest fish, Aad all that the daintiest palate could wish, Pass In and out o the golaen doors And scattered over the jewelled ioors Are aoemonies, myrtles and violets, And a musical fountain throws Its jets Uf an hundred colors into the air I The dusk Sultana loosens her bsir, And stains with the henna-p!ant the tips Of her pearly nalis, and moisten her lips With carmine waters Waving her hand, The dancing girls of Semarcand Float in like uilsts froin Fairy land ! And then to the low, voluptuous swoons Of rausl.- rise and fall the moons Of their full brswn bosoms ! Orient blood Runs in their veins, 11 lines In their eyes; And there. In this eastern paradise, Filled with the fumes of sandal wood. And Khotcu uiusk, and aloe* and myrrh, SI Li Kose In-Bloom on a silk divan, BlppUg the wines of Alspahan ; And heir Arab lover slta witn her! That's rehen the Sultan Shah Zaman Oo't to the city Ispahan. Now, when 1 ace an extra light Flaming, flickering on the night From my neighbors window opposite, 1 know as well a* 1 know to pray, I know as well as a tongue can say, That tht innorent Sultan Shah-Zaman Hat font to the city Ispahan' For leading this sort of orient life, 1 rather think, la my neighbor's wife ! [Knickerbocker. ARRIVALS AT THF. PRINCIPAL HOTELS Willard*' Hotel??, c. 4 a. A. wilhrd. H K McCombe, Ills l> M Durham. NV F M Rftfers, SO J G Bishop. Va W Hartrld^*-, Md I. A Kims, do Miss Hartiid?e, do W Rowland, do F Swanson, NY C M Carte, Mo N A Price, do o || Frederick, NY B B Claghorn, do 1) s Farran. Miss J C Young. O C A Pipes, do A A Hurd, Pa W T Parker, do D J Hines A Iv, Mass J Pipe*, do P 8 Croame, do F A Barbour A lv. Ten T J Mliner, 6a M ?J Hawllng A iy.Ct C W Ihomas. NY A L-wis, NY W 8 Mason, NC J N Sigourney do J H Alv >id, NY F I) Phelps, do J Masters,USC I .ad rone \V p Cembell Va Island J c Foster, do' Mr Russell A ly, Ala M J Morley, Pa J G Rn?sell, do J j Allmand. Md J Van Kester, Mich DS Johson, O Nntionnl Hotel.?w*. OCT H Miller A ly, Va JS Johnston, Miss W H Mcintosh A ly, C T Poliard. Ala J Ackerm.m, NY Mrs Pollard do ? ,J.^.re^0ry'.Vl1 Mta* Pollard, do V h Iper, do Miss i< Pollard, do J Bennett, Ala Miss Walker do Mrs Bennett, do Miss Hopkins do Mits Bennett, do Miss Crooin, do Miss \\ hlte, do Miss Rhind, ba Miss Raymond, do Master Rhind. do m * 1vy;,.Va w Aia Mr Auld A fv, >ld J McCarthy, Md Madame de la Peoard, W Constable do .. w Bentjey, do Madame Mongola, NY H T Arm iron*, do J Hoed^s. Md iH 8cott, do J A lurser, do Jo stuard, Va J L?uvalI, do R Durett3, do R Klllson, Pa C Marshall, Md Mrs Bailv, Va W N Wihdell, Hrown?' Hotel.?T. p Jk if. BfloWR. Mr Sherman. Va w McGunneele L'SN v ?15^rdJon' DG J B *?lth, Pa' K I"lo?d Va K M Laxarnes. SO Capt Riwilnsg, Md J Migulre, Md VV Bartlet, do ti Klchelberj/er, do J Ladymleh,do J Whitehall, Va W Hail A ly, Pa R Rose. Va Miss Johnson, da J LIGrezorv Va Miss Hall, do >!rs Baxter, Tern F. S Parker, Md W Ba?ini>er Ga D 8 Mills, itY GH Hll?fu?N Miss Johason, Md G H Stuart, Ky * ? Tyler A y, Ky J \V Bulluch, do W L Bullock, Mo Kirkwood House.?j. & a. a KiRKWOOD. W C Clayton, Va C Irvinsr, Va Dr Kmfrel, do C Gorton, do Miss hmfrei, do Mrs. Bowman, do fc H Jannin^ A son, do Mrs Tvsinger, do T C Bond C aoeNat M rs B rout well, do W C Johnson Md A it Miller, do ? R HnftW0 J Winston, do ? u S, .* oa B Iowa J Bowman, do J ? Fairbank, N Y MOVEMSXTS OF OCEAS STEAMERS. KjHTHIlHITIHTiTII. Xamt Ltamis For Dmy. Canada Boston Liverpool..Oct. & *~tlc New York Liverpool..Oct II ^iV?ow New York....Glasgow ..O t 11 Africa..........New \ ork.... Liverpool..Oct. 15 New York....Uavre Oct. 15 Alau New York Havre Oct. Zi ?ao* avaora W lA^ ar* Liverpool Boston Sept 27 fcricsson Liverpool New York ..Oct. 1 Antwerp *ew Vork..Oct 3 ?ers,d Liverpool....New York.. Oct 4 ??omasa......Cowe*.......New York...Oct. b The 'Jallfornlaateainers leave New York oa the ?tk and 'iOth of each month. 6 NKW Al tTION AND <O.TiniSSION % TO H K ONTZ A COOMBS, NO 36U HKVENTH assets, between I and K streets, return their grateful thanks to a generous public for the liber al pstrunage extended to them since they have been fnga^ed In the House Furnlshi?i</ business In the Northern Liberties, and now bt * leave to announce to the public that at the earnest sollcl tation of>', citizens th^y have l>een Induced to connect vn u Uieir present trade the Auction and i/Omm:?i.)n business They pledge- themselves to leave no eflort un tried or .iHirc no trouble to give interaction in all osses to those who may conlile their business to them or f?vor them with their patroua^e ^All goods conslfcofd to them will besold to the best advantage and p.ompt returus made. Particular attention will be given to the sale of roal and personal prope rty of every kind, and liberal cash advances made <m the same whenev er required. HON TZ A COOMBS, Commission Merchants. ? HKAP KIRIItVkk. ? ?? U^Onr large warelionse la filled tolta1 WWntmo*t capacity with eve,y de- JV k.7 I?1"10* <* Parlor, ^hambpr, andl^096S br>th apd ^eroad-hasd whW-h we vhll Kell Ht a small advance over nnnu' farturers prices. It is u.b, for ,,, ,?0 l[e" "": awtfl'-e It to uv we are are prepared to furiish out mn'fm m ''***1 ",rh prtoe* a? r *nnot fail to give i. ,n PlircLa^? A call is respectfully solicited BONTZ A COOlHSi 7 Auction and Commission Merchanu, __ 111 No. 369 Seventh street. ? I RUKft'g Improved Sowing Machines. thivi WasFJnuted th# fli8h??t Award of the Wnfii' "tib-.tion, thereby reoeiving 8 Verdlct of SuDorionty. THcL:^;^i^Y"1,N th'? M* Shirt bosom or hea7/ perfect; a aewn by any of them* machinA.?.* tarne?? can be of needle and thread in ,1^ ?ya,!'""Plechange Closest scrutiny cannot detect athtl fc Manufacturers, planters 'Vnd fam\V, them the only safe Machine, to^frlk? WU1 tnd are briit strong and durable, ^ ith,*y pt outuf order. * Ukely to We have machines with zoa*e? - tat*>c"P^^fronta, gaiteisf Ac ^c&^d?,OT 811k, thread, Cotton, Needles, Ac., eonsUatiw on hand, at the lowest rates. ' Peraonsdesirons cfl affirmation retrardlnv Mjt* lag Machines will please address ^ 1. M SING KK A CO., N u .Vi.?105Baltil,iore?trert' Uaitimore. chine-- for are PJfParw! to exchange these ma 2TV&21 ML1? ?L?nr Wnd Term. Ilk knf.rior ^'bra?? PDrc*"? J VV W K>1 Ul'eTfurfnd I,"* !tltJI>IC UK' AN MS, the most ments now rnanuf?ctn7ed ,natru*^^^T? - .h? most w ? mktzkrott dXIKPUftATIOn ?Toc*riZi^^77; lah^-tf CHVlMi OROfHKla Miscellaneous. Sale of United Statei Land near Richmond, Virginia, known u Bellonna Ar?enai. 0*?i?awc* Ovviea. ) Washington, September #, I860 } NO satisfactory oflter having been received for the above mentioned property, under the ad vertisement from this office, of the J3d June last, proposals In writing are again lavlted for the D?ircha*e of the property, and will be recerved at this ofllce until 13 o'clock, m , on the IRh day of October next Should a satisfactory bid be made the bidder will be informed of It, and will be required to to pay the purchase rasnev In cash; upon the re ceipt of which a deed will be made by the Secre tary of War conveying all the tltte of the United States In and to the same. The prorerty to be sold conslstsof twenty-seven and a half acres of land located on the James river, some 14 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, 4c ; and another part Is covered with the arsenal buildings, among which are: A brick store-house, 100 hy 25 feet, slate roof, three stories and basement; brick barrlck. 100 by 30 feet, slate roof, two stories and basement; two brick build ings for ot&cers' quarters, each 40 by 28 feet, slate roofs, two stories, besides cellars and garre's; two brick store houses, each 60^ by 'io feet, slate roofs, two stories and cellars; two brick work shops. each 41 % byifi feet, slate roofj, two stories: one armorers and smith's shop, brick, 74# by 26 feet, slate roofs, two stories; a brick wall, 18 feet high and 3 feet thick, connecting the e buildings and enclosing the arsenal square. There is also on the property a magazine, of stone, 81 by 26 feet with a slate roof, surrounded by an enclosing ?tone wall 113 by 58 feet, and 20 ftet high; and a brick stable 37# bv 20X feet, slate roof, two stories high. All of tneforegolng buildings are said to be in good condition, with the exception of the armor er's shop and stable, which require repairs. They were erected in a very substantial manner, ana would yield a large quantity of brick, stone, slate leid, and other meterials,should thepurchaserde sir^ to tike them down, which materials could be boated down to Richmond at a small cost. Persons disposed to bid will please apply to Mr. McArthur, on the premise*, who will give all the necessary Information Proponalsto be sealed, and endorsed "Proposals for Bellona Arsenal." H K. CRAIw, Colonel of Ordnance The National Intelligencer and Star, Washing ton, D. C., and the Enquirer aud Examine!, K Icbmond. Va , will pablish the above twice a wr-ek till 9th October. ?e 9-2awti>thOct. IRON IIALL BOOT SHOK AND THUNK ESTABLISHMENT. Receiving daily my fall and winter styles of Ladles, ben tie men's Misses, Children, Boys' A Y uths' Hoots and Shoes, of all kinds and quail-1 ties Those In' want will do well to call and exam ine my stock be fore purchasing elsewhere, at S P. HOOVER'S Iron Mali Boot and Shop Establishment, Pcun. avenue, bet ?th and 10th streets. A large assortment of tfole Leather Trunka, also leather and Wood Frame. Lad's llat Cases, ut-w styles. se 13 PROTECTION A.\I> INDEMNITY JKRO>l LOSS BY FIRE! FIRE, M ARINE, AND INL\NI> INSURANCE. JltUhorited Cajilalatul Surplui.. .91,339,ldl 13. FARMERS A WD MECHANICS' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Ojjne northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 17th ?trcft, Washington City, D. C. DIRECTORS. lion. Tlios. B. Florence, Charles IMngee, ???wrfc II. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfleld, i 'iiarles A Rubicain, Edward R. Helmbold, C-orge Helmbold, F. Carroll Brewster, '-mes E. \< all, Lane Leech, Jr. TIIOM It. FLORENCE, Preside?!. ED W AUD 11 HELMBOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. ? Iharles Walter, No. 397 D street, opposite City Hftl I ? Jno. M. Thornton,corner First street and Virginia avenue, Island. James Williams, No. 92 Four-and-a half street. John Riegles, No. 501 Thirteenth street, below Pennsylvania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. Capt. J. p. Levy, No. 307 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Naiional Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. The business of this Company will compare fa vorably with the most succesnf'tl of similar institu tions In the United States. From the 1st day of August, 1?55, in five months, up t> 1st January, 1856, the premiums received amounted to the large sum ofone hundred and ei?ht thousand, one hundred and fifiy-one dollars, wuh only forty-six hundred and sixty-six dollars losses reported. With these evidences of success and good man ailment, the directors ft'-l justified in soliciting a share of public patronage, believing tl<ai the secu rity offered is am,ile and that all fair claims will be adjusted moreacci.rdingto equity than legal techni calities. The company is prepared to is?ue policies against loss or damage by fire on DWELLINGS, FUUVI TURK, MILLS, MANUFACTORIES, WAKE HOCdKS, all description* of BUILDINGS, and their contents, or all kinds of MURCIIANDISE bV VK8SKLS. STEAMBOATS, f'A NAL BJATS, RAIL&OADS, and the usual con veyances to or from any portion of EUROPK and AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the wentern waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other companies, and in fixing them every improvement in construction aud arraufctro?sut will be taken into consideration. All I onset, speedily adju. fed and promptly paid. Ofhc? uorthwebt c rner Pemiayivania avenue and Seventeenth street, Wa-hingion city, D. C. Insurance may alio U Reeled al lie U0,n, Office, borawcl cor,Let If'ul.ud and Second Street*. Hiila ietpkia, and in other principal cities of the United jet'l4-lyja ,t^0r'Zf ^ w,^CfcrB Tj' the company. NEW FALL UUUUB. I0?1^ 8Moo r? NO. 119 SOUTH SIDE i L I. 1*. *trT1' UeorK*town, D C., has re ceived tils Hint Instalment of FALL GOODS, ?uited to the early demand, viz - W. piece. FallStvle Muslin d? Lalnes, '45 c*. IH0 do Knj/lUh Prints, at 12)tf cts. do Black Silks, be?t makes too do Skirting Cottons, comprising of alIItee must approved makes M piece* Bro and Bid Saeetlnt? Cotton io do Irish Linens, good and cheap Ml dozen Damask Ntpklns, from 81 5(i to M (Ni I'able Cloths, and Table DamaVks Birds Eve, Huckaback, and Board Towelling Allendale and Marseiln Spreads hngllsh Fur'd Chintzes from l'Jif to 18* cts Bright Colors (all wool) Muslin 3e La *eS Blar.k Alapaca* and Muslin de Lalnes 50 pieces White, Red, and Yellow Flannels rw^sTh^keS Fr7^ Uoes*'andSattlaetb; 1 weeds, Checked and Plain Jeans u"" lients heavv Ribbed and Plain half Hose Ladles'and chlldrens Cotton Hose or all kinds bents Merino and Cotton Shirts Ladles Merino and Silk Vests, Ac , Ac. lo which lar^a additions will be made soon JOHN H. SMOOT. MANTELS. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE .V] an afar tared frvin Mutr Mi.i- A* ,h. W... t u.llrt.n ' AKE KNAMKLLEDIN ?i.<1 Jmlntble MAKBLKS. The ?mwm 1 hey are so highly polished that thev retain th?ir beauty much longer than marble; are not lniurtd by smoke, coal Ra., ?r acids, l^euteMld much chH.pfr than any ?thers in market PKce ranfclnjj from 9l'J5 to fia. "?'*??? rrice eafi,CMbrwfCUl' "fid others are invited to "J Ka,nples at No. 5PJ Seventh sKri' " ?dd Hall, up *;rVlv *? m hanson; p ? ??.?-? Agent. CHUBB BJBIBBS. IAIIEIS. CH??; 0. .11 ?.,t. JfB-fjjg OM IRELAND for if BUY AND Sit?r,IPWAIlA>8i BONDS, STOCKS,* oShkr?Mo?. , S?eO*.AT? Ttlntt FiFKH I town? L A If D W A R B A IT T S We are at all times Purchasing, and . Sale.LAND WARR ANTSof all SenomlSatVr Land Warrants located In Iowa, Wisconsin^ lannS0S u BROTHRRh* jan J3-tf Bankers, opposite the Treasury Medicines. Carter's Spanish Mixture THEGREAT PURIFIBROFTHE BLOOD BEST ALTERATIVE KNOWN ?! Am ."2uT?.^,rABTICL" OF IN I*!!! aii infallible remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil. Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruption*. Pimples or Postule* on the Face, Blotches, Bolls, Ague and Fever, Chronic Sor* Eye?, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Bones and Joints, Sail Rheum. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an Injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence In Life, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become so rap lalv and so Justly celebrated for Its extraordi nary efflcacy In relieving and curing maRy of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind Is afflicted, 1* now ottered to the public, with the confldent a?surancethat no Man ical discovert eTer made has been so eminently successful Incuring Schofola, and all disbasbs of thb BLOOD,as GARTER'S SPANISH MIX 1 TU RE. The proprietors are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details of cures made In all parts of the country,and in mostcaRes where the skill of the best Physicians had beea rleJ In vain. Its power over the Blood is truly remarkable and all diseases arising from Impurity of the gre-.t Siat ov Lira have b*vn relieved auacurel vrlth out a single failure, out of the thousand* who have used it. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or auv dan-erout drugs, but is composed of Boots and Herb^ com blned with other Ingredients of known vlitue, and may be given to the youngest Infant or inogt de bit.Uted invalid, without the least possible bfsl tatlon. We have only room for short extracts from the volumes of testimony in our possession, and all from gentlemen of the highest respectability w-M known In tkeii various localities. Please read fo yourselves. ? ? We take great pleasure in calling the attention I of our readers to the merits of Carter's Spanish Mixture as a remedy for diseases of the blood. It enjoys a reputation in this city unequalled by an* r other preparation ?Vxlf Jiitfmtfk, RitkwitmJ, The Hon JehnM. Botts.of Va.,says heconold ers It a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, from actvaL pbbsonal obsihvatio* of Its remarkable cura tlve powers for the diseases In which it Is used We have been cured of a violent and protracted Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mlxtnre. We know It to be all U professesSdit?r Siutktidt l)tmocr*t, FtHrsbxrg, We have found from personal trial, that Car ter's ^pahlsh Mixture Is a truly valuable medI Cine.? Ed. rtrgtnnis Ixdtptnitnt, Vi. trR FAT CURE OF SCROFULA ?A press man In our employ was cured of Scrofula of a vir ulent character by a few bottles of Carter's Span ish Mixture, after everything else had failed. Oth er cures wbfch have come uuderour own obserta tiod, proves to us mmclusivejy, that Is redLy a val uable medicinal agent. We take great pleasure In calling the attention of the adUcted to Its mer its ? Richmond Jisvvbltean arPHlLlS.?l hsves^en a number of cures o' t>ypbllls performed by Cartel's Spanish Mixture I believe It to be a perfect antidote for that horrl hie disease. E. BURTON, t.oi* of JUvcnne far citv of Richmond. AlV&R t) is HA". 6 ? Sanknel M. Drlaker, ot lie lra> c{ litliker Morris, Booksellers, Rich mond, va., vrti at Liver disease of several Tear*standing by ?a</ three bottles of Carter's cpatlsh Mixiars. OLD SOKES, S t:S ? WD OBSTINATE ? u" l'?10 ?TtiiS XKIN-*** the cure of Mr. Harwood, a?d others, detailed In our Al manac The number cf sucn cases cured by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility sf Inserting them In an advertisement. EFFECTS OF MERCWS.r. -Seetheaara ?f i,<? eatPn "P wUh Mercury and could obUIa no relief, until he took six bottles of SJ&SE&i i etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, wasenred ??h ^f,ura^'a ky Carter's Spanish Mixture. Since I that time, ne says he baa seen It cure more than a hundred cases of the disease In which it is uSd He never fails to recommend It to the afflicted. RHEUMATISM.?Mr. John F. Harrison Druggist, ofMartin.burg, Va., writes of the sin- I g -lar cure of a violent case of tiheumatism The ' tSXXS*?* ^ A bott!e??ati^ly SCROFULA.?Mr. Harrlsaa also writes of a fidv J?cro^uia'ia tbe pe??on of a young **dy? (?* three years standing,) which all the <? ru? her 6 *?! reacc ?&U? ?ulT.^l5,?S ten'if ~~Dr* T Hendle, of Washlnn 2$l?&ig!%*?X?w* 8k'? """p'o-p' KMinge, formerly of the City Hotel, Richmond, now of Alabama, says he nas sees M!xtureadministered hi.a num ber cf cases with astonishingly good effect He recommends it as "the most efflcfent alteSlvelJ ifAu RI*?DM AND SCROFULA? Mr Jos. KoVmon, of Wooster, Ohio, was cured of bv'oll v*!h^ f,R h m of three years standing v u iu J'Mixture S. BhKRS 4, CO., Proprietors, , _ No. .ji>4 Broadway, New York. P^TeTi ie *^?7J>0lt:e' or "Ix bottles for *5 For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washington D ft .and Drugy irts gwnersllv. * _ J H K GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERT OF TUE AUE. Dr. K KM NKlTf, af K.xbnFy, as discovered in one of onr common raiTini E v FTr*vD8ifai r^I?fd)r. l^4t cure* bVfcRY KIND OF HUMOR "? woa?T scnor.LA ?ow* to 4 ??. MOW PIMPLB. Hhbn^H^',K,KU lT IN uyER ELEVEN e\?J Ja8?'a"d n**v" failed except In two cases, (both thunder humor ) He has now In his possession over two hundred certificates of its vir twe,,ty mlle? of Boston. mouYh are warraated to cure a nursing sore wlu lk'wor" i bi*r? " ""** b?":e* wl" *"*' Ut "?<? ?' two bottles are warranted to sara ii? Banker in the mouth and ntomach <? ??. it. "? ?? ?u Two bottles are warranted to care rnmli. ?r Ue ears and blotches among the hair lBg ?f t our to six bottles are warranted to mm Mrra.> and ruanlng ulcers. *o stirs ssrmpt One bottle will cure scaly ernptlon of tn? ania Two to three botUes are w arras ted to Worst case of ringworm. 10 e>re Two to three bottles are warranted t* mm il* most oesperate case of rheumatism sa^h?um f?Ur ?bm the earefnia? *'l'M b*UlM Wlh ,k* "??? ?utu| e*^rl?aeed from the flrst " ?tedVhV.^ .nfs" ol;lux* fn#Btt,eLc! ml'" t jsa?a srssr snsz ^M^IiUHdMr.dyetihrvai.e 4ms .?>, Keau kaisrs aatil I a.tccf-red iti-f ieSc *tk!f u ssaie Idea of the siddm >lu aad grosit fsr-hlarlly of tk9 dlsooverr I that la ii |?rL, IBM, l U&AAloAU .mliTi.! KSfi arssaSaerfSSSs Several cases of epileptic fits a dls>>aK? wv,i/.?, KfS;s,idsrwiTr,b:e'haTc bw?cQred StetnJ inal "a^s oMhat ^LU ^ ar? but few who have sin moTTof KStVhive* 1 knOW Of *p?(>r?l rac^a <\? ?> ' IIBV?. SsrJU?A% Spine, and particularly in diseases ?eys, See., the discovery has doSfS,,ll?2. any medicine ever known. K<M>d th,B you can'gefand enough'!)?lt!*88*'^ the pe^d^-CMMr^r o^^ny^rTdable,fK>?nfTl1 ful-Sklldren from five to?Jff "poom' ful. As no directions can be ann{l^w'"P00"* 12Q Warnn Hoxburm Mmti Pbicb.OwbAollab ' " Wholesale Agents. New Vnrw nu t^SAljoa J' RIN*i SSh' Piilla4elphla, T W. DVOTi * soijl" SatT^"' """WN * BROTH*:JTCANBYi n-iffis siffjffif >?'. w,1a-i's ?ai?i-iv Information for Trtviltri WllHlilBTUH IKAWCH HllLHOAB. / M1ANOK or HOURS.?On and after Mm V ' day, the 33d Instant, the Trains will Leave Washington at 6 and fc?X a. a., and 3 aai 4* p. m. 7>n Sunday aU* p.m. Leave Baltimore at 4 M aad *M a. m., and 1 ami >? f m Oa Sunday MtKa.m. a?tt?tr_ w I. C4taON9, Af?t FOR HARPER'S FERRY, . Fta Cktaaptakt t 1 OktoCmnal. THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! r|\flB NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET X BOAT ARttO, Capt. Chas. H. Mbrrill, will commence making Rigtilar Trtpt between OEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day, March 27th, 1866. The Boat will leave the wharf of W. HA H a Bitter, Georgetown, D. C, e*ery Monday, Wed ne*day, and Friday morning, at6 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o'clock.

Threngh Tickets, 94.IM. To Littbnrg ?1 62^, Mrludtnf tkt Stag* fr?m Ttdrmards* Ftrry Families Intending to vlsltthe Virginia Springs the coming season will find this by far the mo?t safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Unpen, 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 the store of W. H. A 11. G. R1TTEK, Georgetown, and JOHN V. AVIS, Jr., Harper's Ferry, Va. mar 19?tf 9RAHOE ft ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD fill great Southern Mail Lino f TWICE DAILY (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Between Washington City and the South? VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ?ORlHlNbVILLK. RICHMONl- DAN VILLE GKEENSBOROUGH, N. C. AND DAILY TO TUB VIRGINIA SPRING H. I eave Washington at 6 o'clock, A M. Leave Washington at 7 41 P.M. I rave Alexandria at 7 " A.M. Leave Alexasd'la at 8 " P M. Travellers will find the .Morning Line In con nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, the Cheapest, most Pleasant and l-xpedltious Ruoieto THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS Greenbrier White Sulphur and Fauquier White Sulphur, Warm, Hot. Alum and Capon Springs, Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, Lexington, Ac. OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS w.Ji be at the Washington Railroad Depot toocuv vey PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE, tree oj Ckai to STEAM EK U HORGE ? _ ' ? P AG E. for A LEX A N D RI A, a dlg-^t^gflBbS ? nee of six miles, allowing ample time for >!??*<? Fare from Washington to Richmond S3 5o Fare " " Danv'lle (JO Fare ?? ?? Greensborouglj.. .12 HU Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by thit Route,asltlsa i.itisof first class kailroab from ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE. THROUGH PASSENGERSand BAGUAGfc ctrrlrd without cost totbe Depot of tbe Pe'ershurj Railroad. JAMES A. EVANS, se I Agent, Alexandria, Va THE NEW TORE AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES MAIL STEANERS.Siufi, HE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK _ are the ATLANTIC Capt. Eldrldge. BALTIC Capt. Comstock ADRIATIC Capt. J as West These ships having been built by contract e* pressly for Government service, every care has been taken In their construction, as also in their engines, to insure strength and speed; and their accommodations for passengers are unequ&led for elegance and comfort. Price of passage from New Vork^o Liverpool In flrht cabin, $130; In second do., *75. From Liverpool to New ^ ork, 30 and '20 guineas An experienced surgeon attached to eacn ship. No berths can be secured until paid for. The ships of this line have Improved water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid danger from Ice wlllnotcrols the Banks north of 42 degrees, until after the 1st of August pbo?osic pat as or ?ailino. /VMS JVh? York. From Li9$r90*L 1866. Ib56. Saturday Apr Wednesday....May 14 Saturday .May 10 Wednesday....May 88 Saturday May 24 Wednesday....June 11 Saturday June 7 Wednesday....June 25 Saturday June21 Wednesday ....July V Saturday July 5 Wednesday....July 23 Saturday ...July 19 Wednesday....Aug. 6 Saturday Aug. 2 Wednesday....Aug. 20 Saturday Aug 18 Wednesday....Sept. 3 Saturday Aug. 30 Wednesday....Sept 17 Saturday Sept. 13 Wednesday ....Oct. 1 Saturday. Sept 27 Wednesday ....Oct, 15 Saturday Oct 11 Wednesday ....Oct. 29 Saturday Oct 25 Wednesdav....Nov. 12 Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday....Nov. 26 Saturday Nov. 22 Wednesday....Dee, 10 Saturday Dec 6 Wednesday ....Dec 24 Saturday Dec. 20 For freight or passage apply to EOWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 56 Wail street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Liverpool STEPHEN KENNARD A CO., 27 Austin Friars, London B G. WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Part*. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, sliver, bullion, specie, Jewelry, pre cious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed therein. m j_tr BT RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WE8T I T 'Am* betieet'n Washington an A Whtling but 17i hours ! Running Time botween Washington and Cincinnati 27 honrs!! THIOfll TICKIT8 AND BAS0A6I CHICKS TO IB HAD IN WASHINOTON. '|1HE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL J. ROAD Laving greatly improved Its Western connections, now offers the fullest Inducements to Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE,and all portions of the WEST, NORTH W EST, and the SOUTH W EST. The unne<-tlon between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Baltl more Is always promptly made at the W ashlngton Junction (lately i ailed the Relay House) 'J mllee from Baltimore. Tins Is the only change of cars required between Washington and the Oblo river. Baggage is checked through to Wlteellng at the Washington Station, and rechecked and trans ferred there, (with the passengers) without charge, for those Woldlng Through Tickets for points be yond. The connei tlug Trains leave Washington dally at C a. m and 4# p. in. On Sundays at Uie later hour onlv. At BEN WOOD, 1 miles from Wheeling, dire. < connexion Is made with the trains of CENTR AL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bellalr, on the Ohio, through Cambridge, Zanesvllle, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains coanect at Newark v.Uhllu cars of UieNewark, Mansfteld and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, Ht. Louis, etc. At COLVMBUS the C O. Railroad trains can aect with the fast tialns of the Lutte Miami Kail ronJ to Xekla, Cincinnati, Louisville, eh;. At XEN1A (on Little Miami Railroad)connection Is formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian apolis, Terre Haute. Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, Carlo, etc. \rr Passengers holding Through Tickets for AI.uijiAii, Vukibur i, Katcktx, New Or leant, etc., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mall Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold bv the river route. 1ET For CLEVELAND, acd via Cleveland to To edo, Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets are sold, when the Ohio Is navigable between Whee lng and Welisvlile (forty mlies) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad Is made. Travelers are requested to notice that while this is the only route affording Through Tickets and Checks In Washington, It Is also the shortest, most speedy, and direct to near.y a'l the leading points In the great West. The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 053 miles, being about loo miles shorter than by any other rente! FARE, BY THROUGH TICKET, PROM WASHINGTON:?To Wheeling, t# 60: Colum bus, S13 ?5; Dayton, 915 50; Cincinnati, fl6 00; Louisville, by railroad, $18 06, by steamer from Cincinnati, $18 00; Indiana oils. $17 50; Cleve land, a 12 50; Toledo, $15 80; Detroit, $15 20: Chicago, $20 05and ?10 50: St Louis, $28 50 and $25: Memphis, *46; New Orleans $31, etc. IDT FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY, MARTINSBURG.CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORDSPRINGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT, passengers may leave Washington at 6 a. m or 41 p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. train from Washington. izr For trains to and from Baltimore, Annap olis, etc., see special advertisements. IDT For further Information, Through Tickets, etc., apply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent at Washington Station. WM. S. WOODS1DE, _ Master of Transportation, much 1?tf B. * O. Railroad, Baltimore, Miscellaneous PROPOSALS POR IWDlkX GOODS. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, ) Ottic* Irbiam Arritu, > September *3. 1891. ) SKA LtD PROPOSALS, KNDOK8KD4<PRO poaals for Indian Goods," will be revived at the Office of Indian Afffclrs, Washington city, aatll 10 o'clock, a. m , on Friday, the 3Ut day of OctoVr next, for furnlshlog goods for the Indian Department for fulfilling treaty stipulations with various Indian tribes and other Indian parpooas, an follows: Class No. 1. Mackinac Blanksfs. 3 000 pairs 3-point white Mackinac blankets, to measure to by W Inches, and weigh 8 pound* 3,500 pairs *vpolnt Mackinac blankets, to measure 54 by 681 ncbes,and weigh ? pounds 1,500 pairs 2 point white MaAlnac blankets, te measure 4H by 56 Inches, and weigh 5 y pounds 1,600 pairs 1^-nolnt white Mackinac blankets, to mea>ure 36 by 50 Inches, and weigh 4 Jf pounds T,5O0 fairs 1-point white Mackinac blankets, to meesure 32 by 48 Inches, and weigh 3 4 pounds 500 pairs 3 point scarlet Mackinac blanketa, te measure 60 by 74 inches, and weigh 0 pounds 500 pairs 2%-point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to treasure 54 by 64 Inches, and weigh# pounds 100 pairs 3jj point green Mackinac blankets, to measure 66 by HI inches, andcweigh 16 pounds '*00 pairs 3-point green Mackinac blanket#, to measure 60 ny 71 Inches, and weien 8 pounds ?00 pairs a^-polflt green Mackinac blankets to measure 54 by 66 Inches, and weigh 6 4 pounds too pairs 3# -point Indigo blue Mackinac blan kets, to measure 66 oy in hen, and weigh 10 pounds 100 pairs 3%-point Oertinella blue Machlnaa blankets, to measure GO by 84 Inches, and weigh 10 pounds 500 pairs II-point Gentlnella blue Mackinac blankets, to measure Gj by Ti Inches, and weigh 4 pounds 400 pairs2Jf - point Uentlnella blue Mackinac blan fkeu,to measure 51 by CO inches, sod weUrh G pounds Class No. 8. Cloth. 1 000 yards fancy list blue cloth *250 do do green do 5,5(0 do gray list iHue Co 4 500 d<i i-aved list do do 4 000 do do rcarlet do 250 do do green do Class No.3>. Dit (roads. 1,100 pounds worsted yarn, 3 folds 100 dezf>n cotton tlag handkerchiefs 50 do Madras do 100 ?lo fancy cotton do 25 do black silk do 100 do 8-4 cotton shawls 30 do 6-4 do 30 do 4 4 do 60 do 8 4wollen do COO pounds linen thread '20 do sewing silk 100 pieces ribands 150 gross worsted gartering 'JO pieces silk handkerchiefs 45,000 yards calico *25.000 do Merrimac calico 15,000 do blue drilling 15 000 do white do 2,000 do Georgia stripes 1.500 do bluedennlns 1,500 do cottonade 30.000 do bed ticking 1,500 do Kentucky jeans 3,000 do sattlneta 1*2,000 do plain linsey 3,00o do bleached shirting 15,000 do domestic shirting, unbleached 15.0)0 do do sheetltur do io 0*0 do checks, stripes, and plaida 150 dozen wollen socks '2,500 yards flann> Is, asserted 500 pounds cotton thread 100 dozen spool cotton 3oo pounds best Chinese vermllllon 1.500 do American do 2,000 do brown gllllng twine, No. 30 1,200 do cotton maltre 3,500 flannel shirts 4,000 calico do 2,500 pounds beads, white and black, assorted sizes . poundo beads, ruby and blue, a?*orted sizes Class No. 4. Atadhf-madt Cioflhtnf. 290 blue cloth frock coats 250 do pantaloons 250 do vests. Clais No. S. HanUeart and AgrtculHtrmt Impirmtnts and A*f. 7,010 pounds brass kettles 1,200 tin kettles ?'So nests japanned do, 8 In a nestj 25 docen 10-quart tin pons 40 do 6-quart do 60 do 4-quart do 150 do 2 q -art do 500 do but. her knives 200 do scalping do 75 M gun flints loo gross gun worms 150 do squaw awls 1*25 do flsh hooks, assorted 300 dozen do lines do 350 gross needles 150 dozen coarse-tooth combs 150 do line-tooth combs 150 do scissors 10 do bush scythes 15 do grass do 5 do grain Ao 8 do adzes 3o do grubbing hoes 60 do weeding db 70 pairs liamrs 160 do trac? chains IN) log chains NH) drawing knives, 10 and 12 Inches in length 250 augers, In equal proportions ef l?*f, 1. *, and Jf-inch 200 hand saws 80 cross-cut saws, 7 feet in length 15 do do 6 do do 2-0 dozen hand saw flies 5 do cross-cut saw Alas 8 do wood rasps 250 quarters socket chisels, w, 1, and 2-lnch 70 planes, fore and Jack 10 dozen shovels 15 do spades 450 camp kettles 4,0o?) short handled frying pons wo dozen basting spoons 350 do iron table spoons 2?o do tin cups 15 do scythe snaths " weigh from 4* to5)f ponnds 140 do half axes, to weigh 3 X pounds 70 do hatchets, to weigh 1W pound 5 do broad axes, crdlnary ilz?> 150 do zinc mirrors 200 do lire steels Class No. 8. Nortkw$t 1,000 northwest guns, flint lock 500 do do percussion Lock. ,t0v .*? f,,n*l?bed at Boston, Nw V ork, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburg, Cin cinnati, St. Louis, Detroit, or Chican, as mav fcx1 speclflt-d In the accepted bids; and the delive ries thereof to be made on or before the 1st day of April next, or at such time or times thereafter during the year 1857 as may be ordez&l by the Commissioner of Indian Aflfclrs. The right will be reserved to require a greater or less quantity of anv of the article* named than that specified in the above schedule; and also any others of the sameclass, but of aditftvontdmcrlp tion, that maybe needed, at the lowest market prices Goods of American manufacture,of the required styles and quality, win be preferred; but as most of the samples of blankets and cloths are foreign fabrics, It will be necessary. In proposing a do mestic article of either of those nlnst rr, that a sample thereof shall he forwarded to this offloe at as early a date as practicable. Each bidder for guns will be required to exhib it a sample or samples of the kind and quality he proposes to furnish; and the department resents the right of accepting such bid or bids as are be lieved to be most advantageous to the Indians considering serviceable qualities, prloea At ' The articles to be furnished must In all resneets conform to, and be equal with, the saai^i. which may be seen at this office, or such aamDlM of American manufacture and guns as h* furnished and approved. They will be rlaldlv Inspected aad compared with the samp e? bJ sn agent or agents appointed for that purpoee /ucb quality within they will be Durchas*d st hl? ?ir^L li?t d#ne> will be made for th?goSi,^?KT?, thereof, certlfled by the agent^alSu^nS^.^ to inspect them. "c or agentaappelated bidf^fhTfautft^^r1 ln tb? of the within 1 T^mance of the eontimot, hp niTsfl anore surodea, whose sufficiency must aTtorney? Y # U",ted 9tate* or J lstrlct .^hedali,Wlth tb* P'lcesimneied to SmliLrfSS OOTU at they wlU be Si #^!!l"wUn,U ma* He/rrted out submitted wl?h the fMlo^og heading f js isrsi&K; to the terms of iu advertisement theieXrdsieS Miscellaneous. September, 33, IMS. the following article at the prices thereto aflxei, [here insert the 11* accor ding to the el am or classes proposed for.) <Wlre? m. New York Phlladel We In the city of [H pbia, Baltimore, Pittsburg. Cincinnati, ft. Levi*, Detroit er Chicago as the oaoe may bo,J oa or he foie the first dav of Aptil neat, or *t ?ucb time or timet during the year 1RS7 a* may be ordwed br the Commissioner of Indian Aftlr*; aad 1 (or wsl will also furnish, at the same prices. s?eh additional quantities of tbo samr kinds and quali ties of coots, aad at the towsa marts* prloes. such other articles of tbo same rlasi, but of a dif ferent description, as may bo required fsr the srrvloe of the Indian Department daring the year 1*57, deliverable as those ?taUd And If this p?rposal be aceepted for, [here Insert the number of the class or classes proposed for,] 1 [or w) will, within ten days thereafter, execnteaeon tract accordingly, asd give recurltj. satisfactory to the Commissioner of Indian Attain, tor the faithful performance of the ?ame " Karb proposal must also be accompanied by a guarantee, In the following form, to be signed by two or more responsible persons, whose so?e*en cv most be certified by a United States judge or dlstrlt sttomey: ?? We hereby guaranty that the above bidder. I or bidders,] If a contract aball bs awarded to Im, for tliein,) accord lac to his lor their] fore going btdor proposal, will ex* uteacrontnct and give security for the performance thereof, as pr - scribed in the advertisement for proposals for In dian goods, dated September M, lofi?, and we agree to pav any and all damages or losses which the United States or the Indiars amy suler by reason of failure so to do on the part of the said bidder" for bidders ] No proposal will be considered thst does not strictly conform to the terms and directions of this advertisement; and bidders are particslar y requested to examine the samples before making their proposals. GEO W. MANYPENNY, ?e Sl-d3tA3tawtOct81 Comml?toner eKKAT filfiVCTIOII IV THK PRICK or BOOTS AWD 0AIT1R8 I HAVE UN COMMUNION, FOR A PHIL adelphla mann facturer, a first rale 8cwed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOtPf at full as good aa t bone usual 1 y sold at SS or *?; and a French Calf Patent Leather GAITER at S3 50, as good as any at #5; a first rate Calf Galti-rstfi? 5(i,the?e are the best goods that is (or ever were) sold in the District for the price; for the (woof, come and see or yourself Terus positively cash. No extra rnofilt charged to offbet bad debts. Call at the IfSW YOKK HAT STORB, Seventk street, near Pennsylvania avenue. m?4 tf ANTHUNV. Agent. TUK MAT. IMFOBTED HATS DIBECT FROM PAB18. 2 CASES OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL style* of SO FT and KNOCK A DOLT HATS, ordered last Way. Just rroelved. Having gone to Stent trouble and expense to ^ct ttie above good* irect from Par*, I can new < tfc*r. and shall at all tiines have, the latest and most approved styles of Preach Hats, at the Baeaar, corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue se2S-eoalw HOPKINS. HATS'. HATS! CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL supply of IIF.EBE'S NEW YORK STYLES, together with TAY LOK '8 HATS, of BALTI MORE The best black dress HATS got up In the latest style for S3 50, as good as those usually sold at ?5: and a good fashion' able Hat at S3, worth S4; and a^first-rate Hat, S2 5ti. The best materials and the best workn ansLla Is employed to produce a S3 Hat, which is sold for S3 50 We do a cash business, meet with no Isa acs, but give each customer full valne for Lis money. Felt Hats unusually low. N.B Agent for Driscoll's Balm of a Thousand Flowers Price 26 cents per bottle. ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa ayeaae, Ageoi for a New York Hat Compaay. se W-tf TO ALL THAT VALUE THEIR SIGHT WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to all that suffer with defective sight, oauaed by age, sickness, and particularly from 8lasses inl dieiously selected, to his miperlor PECTACLESand CLASSICS carefully ground by himself to a true spherical accuracy, ami bril liant transparency, suited precisely and benefi cially to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eve Very aumerous are the 111 effects caused to tne precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses In not being fireciaely suited, by the nee or sn ; and he practice of many years eaables him to meas ure the focal disease of the eyes, and soch glass es that are absolately required will be famished with precision and satisfaction. JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and further sollclta the patronage of those that have not yet availed themselves of his aid. Persona that cannot oonvenlently call, by send ing the glasses In use, and *tate how many Inch es they can read this print with their spectsr-les, can be supplied with such aa will improve their siuht. Innumerable testimonial* to be teen ; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from his gla Circulars to be bad gratis, at his offtoe, No. ftl'J SEVENTH STREET, thru do*rt from Odd Villous' Hall, cr stairs. Norfolk, September?, ISM. Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit verv well, and seem to have Improved my sight mora than any other 1 have lately tried L1TT. W. TAZEW ELL 1 have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained from Mr. Tobias, and Mnd them of great assistance to my sight, and corresponding with hla description of the focus. 1 recommend him as a skillful op tician. HENKY A. WISE. Having been induced by a friend to vlsltthe es tablishment of Mr Tobias for the purpose of try ing his glasses. I was furnished by him with a pair slightly colored blue, which have afforded me more relief and gratification than any I have ever tried. My sight, originally verv good, wa* injured by writing and reading at night, fre quently to a very late hour; but with the aid of thee glasses I can s'udy almost as late as ever, ar.d that too without the pain I have prtv!o :*l , suffered. JOHN WILSON. Late Commissioner ttcn'l Land Offk-e. December II, 1055 I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for thwv or four months, and tahe great pleasure la sav ing that I am much uie^M d with them. 1 huvr tioen much benefitted by them May 5th,I860. OEOR. P 8CARBURGH. 1 was recommended to Mr. John Tobias at t ihlllful optician : and as I have eyes of remark tble peculiarity, 1 was gratified to find that *r Tobias seemed to com pre heed them by i as per .loo and some slight measurement, and ht has made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mirahty. A. P. BUTLER July 11,160. WiLMlwoTon, N . C., Jan. 37, lb54 Mr. J Tsbias : Dear Sir?I am happy to say that the Spectacles wileh 1 obtaluedfrom you last ?reek are entirely satisfactory. Prom an inequal ity in the visual ranee of my eyes, 1 nave hereto found great difficulty la getting glasses of the proper focal distance it affords me pleasr-e t? Rate that, by the aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that the gUss?~ Eou furnished me are dec dedly t h- bent adapted > my eyes of any I have ever yet u*ed Very respectfully, yours, R b DHANE. Rector of St James* Parish DiMiTNi?ir or Intxxtox. May?, lt<M From natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, 1 have been compelled to use glasses for ieT?ra* 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted u> n.v Byes. Four months since Mr. Tobias made two pairs especially for me, which I have found to J?1?* ??perfectly. Bv the use of his optometer be la enab'ed to adapt Glasses minutely to thesys. I most cheerfully recommend Mr Tobias to al< having occasion to use glasses and ?<ear my testi mony as to his skill as an optician HENRY E. BALDWIN, Asslat. Sec'y to sign Land Wsrraats. S-~?PKRA GLASSES of great varletr. E^b?-OOPK8 * MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER GLASSES, and many other article* la )Y MMy1 ***' l?W pr,M" OOQBt??^y on ?>*?<?