Newspaper of Evening Star, October 11, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated October 11, 1856 Page 4
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evF.\ING STAR. IC^Thli Is poetry?in thought, sentiment, and expression. Read It carefully; and If the best loved being of your heart has vanished with the poet's " Barbara," you will know what this mu sical mournsr mean* by " fringe of rain" about the eyelids before you have done reading his liquid lines: BARBARA. ? "Ji 1IH ? On the Sabbath day, Through the churchyard old and gray, Over the crlso and yellow leaves, 1 held my rust ling way! And amid the wjr da of mercy, foiling on the soul like balm*; 'Mong the gorgeous storms of music la the mel low organ calm*; ,. . . 'Mong the upward streaming prayers, and and solemn psalms, I stood heedless, Barbara ? My heart was other were, While the organ Hled the air, ?nd the priest with outspread hands blessed ihe people with a prayer But when rising to go homeward, with a mild and saintlike shine, Gleam'd a face of airy beauty with its heavenly eyes on mine ? Gifcimd an J vanished in a moment. O, the face was like to thine, Ere you perished, Barbara ' O, that pallid face! Those sweet, earnest eyes of grace ! When last I saw them, dearett, it was in another place; You came running forth to meet me with ray love gift on your wrist, And a cursed river killed thee aided by a murder ous mist. Oh, a purple mark of agony was on the mouth 1 kissed, Whaa last I saw thee. Barbara! Those dreary years, eleven. Have you pined within your heaven, And is this the only gllmpa of eaith that in that time was given; And have you parsed unheeded all the fortunes of your race? Your father's grave, your sister's chl'd, your mother's quiet face To gaae on one who worshlpp'd not within a kneeling place? Are you happy, Barbara ? 'Mong angels do you think Of a precious golden link ] bound around your happy arm while sitting on yon brink * Or, w'nen that night of wit and wine, of laughter and guitars. Was emptied of its music, and we watched through lattice-bars The silent midnight heaven moving o'er us with its stars. Till the morn broke. Barbara " In the years l>e changed, Wild and far my neart has ranged, And many ?ins and errors deep have been on me avenged; But to you 1 have been faithful, whatsoever good 1 've lacxed : 1 love you, and above my life still hangs that love Intact, Like a ml.d consoling rainbow o'er a savage cata ract, Love haj saved me, Barbara ! O Love! unblest, With monstrous doubts opprest. Of much that's dark and nether, much that's holiest and best, Could 1 win you but for an hour from off that starry shore, The hunger of my soul were stilled; for Death has told you more Than the melancholy world doth know ?things deeper than all lore. W1U you teach me, Barbar.' In vain, in vain. In vain : You will never come again : ? There droops upou the dreary hills a mournful fringe of rain The gfoaming closes slowly around, unblestwlnds are in the tree, Roucd selfish shores for ever moans the hurt and wounded sea: There is no rest upon the earth, peace Is with Death and thee? 1 am weary, Barbara * ARRIVALS ATTHE PRINCIPAL HOTELS Browut' ?T P. A M. BROWW. R R 6ibbs, 80 J ^howare, Aid 8 Ames Je dau, Ala A R Forman, NY J A Heath. SC H McCrae A fam, Fa 8 bead, La S Slade A ly, N Y H W Butler, Fa A B Ponker A]l?, do .Mr? Damsel. Miss K F Dumas, La 8 C Damsll & fam, do A Harham NY J H Foy, NC li Tollock A fun, IISM J tf MlLis, NV L w Gray. Ill L Rooney, do K Duncan, N Y H Mar, Md W Druin, Ky 11 N Stale A fam, N Y Keq Woodley. do A B Head, do F W Pleasant, N Y E F Valentine A ly, Va W Brent, Va J T firilman. NC L Huat A am, O T Harrison A fam, O Miss Kills, do Jt M Mason, .\ \ Mrs A Stone, do J Walker DC T Elder A rhld, N Y Capt Hoover, Md J \v liley, lnd 8 Stewirt, Fa T Wllley, do Capt Rawlins. Md AM Snead, Fa H O Chlltan, Md Mrs J Moore, NY Miss Ochlltru. Md C C Moore, do N Snowdeu, do W B Slack, Md N Hlnes, do HE Brown, do R C Glass, 111 M D Hayden, do W J Bell. Md S T Ha\d?n, d-> J W Brterly A ly, Va W Thurston, Fa E A Holt A ly, Ala T Williams, do Miaa Holt, do H B Harris, do OD Holmes A ly, NC A V Franklin A fy ,M1sh Mrs Frow ean, do Willards' Hotel? J. c. 1 e. A. WTLLARD. J 6 Porre A lv, N Y Mrs 8eyrnore. La O t errlli, O W Seymere do 8 M au ray, V a A W itz hern. N Y W Schoilcraft, Mass J Mountfort La H D Myers A ly, do E C Ker.t, Va Miss Myers, do JS Kent, do Mia* Perkins, NY J Brlggs, N Y A Brad lev. Va A Taylor A lv, NC H Richards A ly, Fa W R Page, Va J 6 Mastards, do 11 .Mead A lv NY F W Hunter, Md E A Hire. V a A Danforh, DC C Snow, Mass R B Sansrdon, SC T Brown, O W Wloaton, Va R H Pease, NY J Eiils A 1\, do M Cuni'fclnvs t?a M Slater, O Eyre A . y. Fa J F Eldrldgc, Tenu \\ Herll-ld, do National Hotel ?WW our. T Mc Knight, Va W Sage A ly, SC C S Hale, NY G Greene, Pa ^N^,n"tCD! V* L H Wyeth A sister, NY M Waring A fy, Md W T Moore. Md C Ch?ate, Mass K \v Brooke, do W Rimer man, do W Palfaey, Mass J Marshall, .Md - J M Leigh A ly, Aus P T Schley. Va" * Mastln, N J j u Coales. N Y Klrhwoq ijllunse ?j. A a. b. kirkwoot. R Wardell A fy, a LK Baldwin, N Y - I Va W Matthews, Pa 8 Barth, Md W B Wilson, En* J Chapman. Va 8 D.cklnaon, SC Capt Levy. MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. ,v?M( i'9t Day. Canada Boston Liverpool..Oct. 8 Baltic New York.... Liverpool. .Oct 11 Glasgow New York....Glasgow ..O-t. 11 Africa New York....Liverpool..Oct. 15 Ara*o New York....Havre Oct. 16 Alma New York Havre Oct. <3 taoMiiaori Niagara LIverpool.... Boston Sept. *7 Liverpool....New York ..Oct, I Antwerp New York..Oct. 3 P"sia Liverpool....N?.w York...Oct. 4 Hermann......Cowes New York...Oct. 8 The Callfornlastea-.nera leave New York on the ftth and 30th of each month MANTELS. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. Haaafactared fram Cklate Steae, ky the West < astletan slate Uaipaay, Vt. THESK MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN Imitation of the richest and moat expensive EGYPTIAN LISBON, VERD ANTIQUE, PORPHYRY, PYRENEES. BROCATELLA, AUATE, SPANISH H A LWA Y, and other rare and d-s'rab'e MARBLES The Imitation* are ?o perfect that they chalen/ethe closeat ?crutlnv They are so highly polished that they retain their beautv tuu-h longer than marble; are not Injured by smoke, coal acids, and can be sold much Cheap r thai any < thers In market. Price ranging from 9l*^S to 912 Architects, Builders and others are invited to call and examine samples at No 513 Seventh street, 3 door* below Odd Fellows' Hall, up ?talrs. T. M HANSON, aaU-ly Afeat. JUT KKCICtVKIl AT THE MISIC UK pot. W. Miller's Grand Squire pl - AN??S, the most magnlficeut Instru-^^^^^^ ?nrn'i iiuw manufactured A lirge stock of Pianos for rent on the most r v ?(<aid*'terms K .V- W b MET'ZKRO'IT. Miscellaneous. Tr?mai W RoitllO*,*!?',!'11 I Court for Pnnce vs. . George's County William D. Bowik, ! court ?* and oth#r?. J Equity 11HE OBJECT OF THIS BILL IS TO PRO cure a decree for the conveyance of certain RmI F?tate lvtag and being in Wood county, in the State oi Virginia, which was purchased by James Robinson, late of said county, from Benja min Oden and Sophia, his wife, late of Prince George's county, Maryland The Bill state* that James Robinson, late of Wood county, in the State of Virginia, in hts life-time purchased of Benjamin Oden and Sophia his wife, !ate of Prince George's county, certain Keal Estate, lying and being on the little Kana wha River, in Wod county, in the State of Vir ginia, containing two hunared and fifty acres, at and for the sum of one thousand dollars. That the said James Robinson paid the whole amount of said purchase money to the said Benlamln Oden and Sophia, his wife But the said Benja min Oden anl Sophia, his wife, both departed this life without having executed to the said Rob* lnson a deed of conveyance of said land, leaving the following heirs and legal representatives: William D. Bowie, Sr., the former nusband, and Oden Bowie, William D. Bowie. Jr.. Catharine Swann, and Christiana McKenzle, the wife of Colen McKenzle, the children of Elite, a de ceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia, Eleanor West, wifeof Arthur P. West, and Maria Jackson, both daughters of the said Benjamin and Sophia, Richard O. Mulllkin, Mary E Cla gett, wife of Charles Clagett, Sophia O. Calvert, wife of Washington Calvert, Margaret Alllce Shoultie. wife of Francis S. Shoultze,and Eliza beth MullikVn. the onlv children of a defeated daughter, Sophia Mulllkin, Thomas II. Clagett, the former husband. ?nd Henry O Clagett, Wil liam Bowie Clagett. Thomas Clagett and Julia Clagett, the only children of Christiana, who Is also a deceased daughter of the said Benjamin and Sophia That the said James Robinson also departed this life sometime in the year eighteen hundred and fifty, leaving the following neirs anl legal representatives: Thomas W. Robin ?on, Alfred Robinson James M. Robinson, Sarah Ann Morehead, wife of Samuel Morehead, Prls cllla Robinson. Sophia Stagg.wlfeof Edward D. Stage, Peter T Hanarman, Sarah A. Triplett, Franlclln Triplett and James Robinson, who are desirous to procure a valid title to said land. That the sala Eleanor West. Thomas H. Clagett, H<;nry O Clagett, William Bowie Clagett. TTios. Clagett, JuMa Clagett, Francis S. Shoultze and Margaret Alice, hid wife, reside out of the State of Maryland, and that the said Elizabeth Mulll kin, Tnomas Clagett and Julia Clagett are in fants, under the age of twenty-one years. Prayer for a decree appointing a Trustee to make a con veyance of said land, and order of publication against the non-residents, and for the appoint ment of a commissioner to assign a guardian to said infant defendants to answer said bill of com plaints. It is thereupon adjudged ana ordered that the comp alnant oy causing a copy of this order to be Inserted in some newspaper published at Wash ington city, once a week for four successive months, before the 1st day of November next, give notice to the said absent defendants of the object and substance of this bill and warn them to appear in this Court, In person or by solicitor, ou or before the first Monday of November ne?t, to answer the premises ana show cause, if any tbev have, why a decree ought not to pass as prayed. CHAS S. MiDDLETON, Clerk of the C C for Prince George's County. A true copy?Test: je*7-F4m CHAS. 8 MIDDLETON, Clerk. [No. 568 ] Notice of Withdrawal of Additional Landi 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 the construction of rertaln railroads In said States," approved 17th May. 1656, Instruction* w?re communicated by this office to the land olfi cersat Newnansvllle a-id Tampa, Florida, on the instant, for the withdrawal and suspension from sale or location until further orders, of the follow ing described lands, as falling within the proba ble limits of selection of the Tainpa Bay Main Stem railroad, in said State, to wit: Office at : All the lands situa ted south of the body of lands heretofore with drawn for the Cedar Key Branch railroad; tent of the line wh ch dl'ldes range* tweaty-four and and twenty-five; and north of the line dividing townships nineteen and tweity. Office at Ta*pa : All the lands situated treal of the line dividing ranges twenty-four and twenty five, and north of the line which divides town ships tt:irty and thirty one Given under my hand at the General Lard Of fice. att'iecltyof Washington, this ninth day of September, 1S56. JOHN HOOD, se 10-lawHw Acting Commissioner. PRO JECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS BY PIKE! 11RE, MAM1NE, AND INL \IS b INSURANCE. Jlulrumized Capital arA ^utjUils ...% 1,35^, 161 13, FABMER8 AI7D MECHANICS' INSUB ANCE CO ,OF PHILADELPHIA. Ofjue north'rest < orner Pennsylvania avenue a?ui 17/A *treet, Waihinyttm City, D. V. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thus. U. Pi >ronce, Cuaries Din?ee, Grorg* 11. Arm-trong, Thoma-1 >lan?Wfieid, Unarles A Rub.' urn, Edward It. Helmboli!, George HHuibold, P. Carroll Hr?*\v.ster, Jauiet! K. Wall, Laac L^ei-h, Jr. THOMAS il. FLORENCE, President. EDWARD R HELM BOLD, tfeoretnry. LOCAL SURVEYORS Charles Waller, No. 3U7 D street, oppo-ite City Hall. Jno. M. Thornton,- orner Tirst street and Virginia avenue. Ialaud. Jamss Williams, No -2-2 FouranJ-a half street. Johu Rietles, No 501 Thirteenth stre? t, below Pennsylvania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. ('apt J. P. Levy. No. 367 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hold. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. The buxinesri of this Company will compare fa vorably with the most successful of similar insutu tions >n the United State*. From the 1st day oi August, lb55, in five months, up t? 1st January, ld56. the premium* received amounted to the large sum of owe hundred and eight tnou-aad, one hundred ar.d tifiy-one dollars, with only forty hundred and sixiy eix dollars io.-?es reported. With these evidences of success and good man agement, the director* feci justified in soliciting a .-hare of public p itruna^e, belit-vin* tlmt th?- secu rity offered i> ample and that all fair claims will be adjusted more according to equity than lej/al techni calities. The company is prepared to policies aganut loss urdarnaee by fire on DWELLINGS, FURN! TURK, MILLS, MANUFACTORIES, WAR& jiaUrth.;, all ?.Wrip:i jus of BUILDINGS. and their content-, or all kind;. of MERCHANDISE, transport'-1 by VKS8KLS, ST* AMIliMTS, CA NAL 11 ATS, KAILKOAIM, and the usual con veyances to or frotn any portion of EUROPE and AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS na vgating tile western wawrs. Toe latr-u of premium will be as lo-.v as other comraiii**.-, and hi fixin? th-m every improv-meut in construction and a*raiignn<int mil be taken into soniiSileration. All losses speedily a Ijnsted ami promptly paid. Office northvvt-st e rn> r Pennsylvania uvrnue aud Seventeenth street, Wa?hingtni; city, D. C. Insurance may aUo Ae ejected at the Home Office, North<re*t corner tValnu> and Second Streets, Phila delphia, and in other principal cities of the United by authorized of the conrinanv. je 14-lyt 1 hate: hate: CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL J supply of BEEBK'S ^efl?rasa*iia^ NEW YORK STYLES, tcgether with TAYLOR'S HATS, of BALTI MORE. The best black dress HATS got up In the latest style for ?3 50 a* good as those usually sold at M; and a good fashion able Hat at E3, worth f \ ; and a first-rate Hat, 50. The best materials and the best workmanship is I?5ioye?!rto/rod,lce a 85 Hat> wblch *?ld for 93.S0. We do a ensh business, meet with no los ses, but give each customer full value for his monev. Felt Hats unusually low. N II Agent for Drlscoil's rtalm of a Thousand h lowers Price 25 centu per bottle. ANTHONY, 7th street, near Pa. ayenne, Agent for a New 1 ork Hat Compaay. se 26,tf ( tin UOIHIBS MHIUS BUY AND SELL ' -aiilOH AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; In all Vm.r?VR.NJa.H ? 01 State* and Xnrop*; BltUOTlATK T.M? rA?;"U'8i LAND WARRANTS 9a^*LAND WARRANTS^"Iflraoml^tloM Jan ?)-tf Hankers, opposite th- Tr?a?urv A t l OHUEUNI?150 FINE FRENCH AND ^a iiriintu Accordeons, ansort^l ?!*??. and prl< ei m>ia -si to ?'l? Jnpeiitfd ftt our Music sime JOHN F ELLIS ' Information for Trftvolor*. WASHINGTON BRANCH R41UIOAV. CHANUE OF HOURS.?On and after Men day, the 23d Instant, the Tratns will Leave Washington at 6 and 8# a. ??-, and 3 and p. M. On Sunday at \% p. n _ . _ mmd Leave Baltimore si *ad ?? *? "?? *** * ?** ? MP* On Sunday aMM ?.llinM a?S3? tr f. I. PAt8QM> Aywi FOR HARFRR'8 FI?RR*i ?ria w THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS'. fflBK NEW AND SPLENDID ^CKET I BOAT AR60. Capt. Chas. H Merrill, will commence maktn? Regular Trxrs between GEORGETOWN and the above Point, cn Mon day, March 27tb, 1B56 The Boat will leavethe wharf of W. H All Q Rltter, Georgetown, D. C.,e?ery Monday, Ww nesday. and Friday morning, at ? o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Feny every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning, at o clock. Tickdi,IS.if. To Ltitburg 81 a*X,tnrludtng thi Stag* frut Edwards'' Firry Families Intending to vlsltthe VirglnlaSprings the coming season will And this by fur the most safe, pleasant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Capon, Sbanondale, White Sulphur and Warren. Meals served on board at moderate rates. A coach will alwaysbe in readiness in George town to convey passengers to and from the Bost 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 19?tf ?2AWGE ft ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD. Jiiram Great Southern Mail Lino! 4r T WICK DAILY (SUNDAY NIGHTS EXCEPTED) Botwecn Washington City and the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, tORDON8VILLE. RIOHMONP, DAN VILLE GREKN8IKMOUGH, N. C. AND DAILY TO IH* VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Leave Washington at 6 o'clock, A M. Leave Washington at 7 " P.M. Leave Alexandria at 7 " A.M. Leave Alexandria at 8 " P M. Travellers will find the Morning Line In con nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, the Cheapest, most Pleasant and Fxpedltloug Ruote to THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Ureenbrler White Sulphur and Fauquier White Sulphur, Warm, Hot. Alum and Capon Springs, Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, Lexington, Ac. OMNIBUSES and BAGGAGE WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to con vey PASSENGERS and UAGGAGE, Frtt of Ckargt, to STEAMER GEORGE PAGE.for ALLXANURIA.adis-^??, * ?oe of six miles, allowing ample time for Meai?. Fare from Washington to Richmond f!5 50 Fare '* " Danville 11 ?K? Fare 4* " Greensborough...l2 00 Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by thli Route, as It lsa linrov first class railroad from ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE. THROUGH PASSENGERS and BABGABfc canted without cost tothe Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. JAMES A. EVANS, be 1 Agent, Alexandria, Va THE flEW YOKE AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES .MAIL STEAMERS.; rpHE SHIPS COMPRISING THIS LINK 1. are the ATLANTIC Capt Eldrldge. BALTIC Capt Comstock ADRIATIC Capt. Jas. Wesi These ships having been built by contract ex pressly for Government service, every care hss been taken In their construction, as also In their engines, to Insure strength and speed; and their accommodations for passengers are unequaled for tleyanoe and comfort Price of passage from New York to Liverpool in llrst cabin. #130; In second do.,S75. From Liverpool to New York, 30 and 20 guineas. An experienced surgeon attached to each ship. No berths can be secured until paid for. The ship? of this line have improve water-tight bulk heads, and to avoid danger from ice win not cross the lianks north of 42 degrees, until after the 1st of August. rkO?OSBD daiis ov sailin*. From Nit* York. From Ltvtrfioi. 1856. 1856. Saturday Apr. 20 Wednesday... ..May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 2s Saturday ....... May 24 Wednesday.... June 11 Saturday ..June 7 Wednesday....June 23 Saturday Wednesday ....July 9 Saturday July 5 Wednesday ....July 23 Saturday........July Id Wednesday....Aug. 6 Saturday.......Aug, 2 Wednesday....Aug. 20 Saturday Aug 10 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, 2V Saturday Oct. 25 Wednesday.... Nov 12 Saturday Nov. 8 Wednesday....Nov. 28 Saturday Nov. 22 Wednesday....Dec. 10 Saturday ....... Dec 6 W ednesday .... Dec. 24 Saturday Dec. 20 For freight or passage apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS A CO., 50 Wall street, New York. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. STEPHEN KENNARD ft CO., 27 Austla Friars, London B G. WAINWRI6HT ft CO., Parts. The owners of these ships will not be account able for gold, sliver, bullion, specie,jewelry, pre jious stones, or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor, and the value thereof expressed therein. m 1-tr BT RAILROAD DIRECT TO THE WE8T I Time between Washington and Wheeling but 17J hour? ! Running Time between Washington and Cincinnati 27 honrs!! fERGVSH TICKETS AND lAbGASI CHICKS TO IB HAD IN WASHINGTON. 1mE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAIL 11 (JAD having greatly improved its Western :onnecUous, now oflerc the fullest inducements to Trave lers between WASHINGTON, BALTI MORE, and all portions of the WEST, NORTH WEST, and the SOUTHWEST. The i onnectlon between the Trains from Wash ington and the Trains bound West from Balti more is always promptly made at the Washington Juncti u .lately called the Relay House) 0 miles Prom Baltimore. Tills is the only change of card requirert between Washington and the Ohio river. Uuggage Is checked througn to Wheeling at the Washington Station, and rerhecked and trans ferred there, (with the k assengerc) without charge, Tor thotie holding Through 'rickets for points be yond The connecting trains leave Washington lally at 6 a. m aud p. in. On Sundays at the ater hour only. At BEN Wl)OD,4 miles from Wheeling, Aired connection is made with the trains of CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, running from Bel lair, on the Ohio, through Cambridge, Zanesvllle, and Newark, to COLUMBUS. These trains connect at Newark with ths cars of tlieNewark, Mansileld tad Sandusky Railroad for tfandusky, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, tit. Louis, etc At COLVMBUS O O. Railroad trains con sect with the fast tjalns of tl.e Little hfiu ai Rail road to Aeala. Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. AI XENIA (oa Little Miami Hailrcad)connection Is Tormed tvlth the trains through Dayton,to Indian* spoils, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Island, St. Louis, Carlo, etc Passengers holding Through Tickets for Meinpku, Vuktburg,, Natchez, New Orleans, etc., which are also sold at Washington?are trans ferred at Cincinnati, to the Mall Steamers on the Ohio. Tickets for Evansvide, Carlo, and St. Louis are sold by the river route. For CLEVELAND, ard via Cleve'and to Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, etc , tickets are sold, when the Ohio is navigable between Whee ing and Wellsvlile (forty miles) where a connection with the C eveiand and Pittsburg Railroad is made. TraveWrs 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 neany aU the leading points in the great West The distance from Washington to Cincinnati is but 653 mites, being about 100 miles shorter than by any other route! FARE, HY THROUGH TICKET, FROM WA8HlM<JTdN:_To Whee'lng, fU 50 : Colum bus, S13 65; Dayton, S15 50; Cincinnati S16 00: Louisville, by railroad, S18 85, by steamer from Cincinnati, f 18 00; Indiana! oils, S17 50; Cleve land, S12 60; Toledo, #15 80; Detroit, #15 20: Chicago, J20 65 and 9 lit 50: ^t Lonis, 828 50 and i^jjiemphis, $26; New Orleans #31, etc. fir FOR FREDERICK AND HARPER'S FERRY. MARTINSB?RG.CUMBERLAND, BERKLEY SPRINGS, BEDFORDSPR INGS, PIEDMONT, OAKLAND, and FAIRMONT iwssengers may leave Washington at 6 a. m or 1} p. m. For the minor way stations between Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. train from Washington. CCT For trains te and from Baltimore, Annan, oils, etc , see special advertisements ICT For further information, Through Tikets etc aprly to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Airent' St Washington Station 'VM S WOODSIDE, Master of Transportation, ?arch 1 tf H k O Railroad, llntiiuorti Medicines. Carter's Spanish Mixture THE ORE AT PURIFIER OFTHB BLOOD BBST ALTERATIVE KNOWN !! HO* a faBTICLB Of MIHCIlt IW It!'! A> infallible remedy for Scrofula, Klng't Evil, Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions,

pimples or Postules on the Face. Blotches, Bolls. Ague and Fever, Chronic Bore Eyea, Ringworm or Tetter, Scald Heald, Enlarge ment and pain of the Bones and Joints, Salt Rheum. Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, and all diseases arising from an injudicious use of Mercury, Imprudence In Lift, or Impurity of the Blood. THIS great remedy, which has become so rap idly and so justly celebrated for Its extraordi nary etncacv in relieving and curing many of the most obstinate and terrible forms of disease with which mankind is afflirted, is now offered to the public, with the confident assurance that no Man ical Discovnav ever made has been so eminently successful incurlngScBOFVLA.and all DiPBAsnt of tux Blood,as GARTER'S SPANISH MIX. TURE. The proprietors are receiving by every mall most flattering and astonishing details of cures made in all parts of the country, and in most cases where the skill of the best Physicians had been rled in vain. Its power over the Blood la truly remarkable and all diseases arising from impurity of the great Sxaror Lixx have been relieved andenred with out a single failure, out of the thousands who havt need it. Carter's Spanish Mixture contains no Mercury, Opium, Arsenic, or any dangerous drugs, but is composed of Roots and Herbs, com bined with other ingredients of known virtue, and may be given to the youngest Infant or most de bilitated invalid, without the least possible hesi tation. We have only room for short extracts from the volumes of testimony In our possession, and all itom gentlemen of the highest respectability, well known in their various localities. Please read fo yourselves. We take great pleasure in calling the atteatiot 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 any otner preparation.?Dmilp Dttftck, Kitkwumd, Tm. The Hon John M. Botts.of Va., say she could ers it a matter of duty to add his testimony to the virtues of Carter's Spanish Mixture, vbom actval rxxsoifAL observation of its remarkableoura live powers for the diseases in which it Is UBed We have been cured of a violent and protracted Liver disease by Carter's Spanish Mixture. We know It to be all it professes.? Editor 8?utk?*d? L-imttrmt, Ptttrsburg, Tm We ha*e found from personal trial, that Car ter's Spahish Mixture Is a truly valuable mod! Cine ?Ed. Vtrgtnnts Indipmdtmt, Vt. (r RE AT 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 which have come under our own oboerv*. tlod. proves to us conclusively, that Is really a val uable modlcinal agent. We take great pleasure ! n calling the attention of the afilcted to ju mer it* ?Riehmond Rtmnblitam. STPH1LIS.?1 havese.?n a number of cures el 8yphllls performed by Carter's Spanish Mixture I Wlleve it to be & pe.-fect an.ldotc for that horrl b<ed!see*e. E. BURTON, Cent 91 Rmrmue for citv of Richmond LlfER VliiEASE ? Sarariel M. Drinker, 01 the firm of Drinker A Mcrris, Bookseller*:, Rich mond, Va., was eared of Liver disease of several years standing by oniy three bottles of Carter'* Spanish Mixta re OLD SORES, 9L9E&SAN# OBSTINATE ERUPTIONS ON THE SKIA'.?St* the cure of Mr. Harwood, aad others, detailed in our Al manac The number of such e ises cured by Car ter's Spanish Mixture, precludes the possibility ?f inserting them in an advertisement. EFFECTS O F MERC WE T ?See the earn el Mr. Elmore. He was eaten up with Mercury and eoqld obtain no relief, until he took six bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which perfectly restored him to health and vigor. NEUhALGIA ? Mr. F Boyden, formerly I the Astor House, N. Y.,but mole recently propri etor of the Exchange Hotel, Richmond, was cured of Neuralgia by Carter's Spanish M lxture Since that time, ne says he has seen It cure more than a hundred ca9e? of the disease in which It Is used He never talis to recommend it to the aAlcted. RHEUMATISM ? Mr. John F. Harrison, Druggist, of Martlnsburg, Va., writes of the sin gular cure of a violent case of Rheumatism. Th? patient could not walk. A few be tiles entirely cured him. SCROFULA?Mr. Harrison also writes of a great cure of Scrofula, In the person of a yovinf lhdy, (of three years elauding.) which all the doc tore could not reach. Six bottles made a cure 0/ hsr SYPHILIS ?Dt K T. Handle, of Washing ton. D. C , who cured an obstinate case of Syphi lis by Carter's Spanish Mixture, says "it acts spe cially on the Blood, Liver and Skin and is prompt and efficient in its results." Dr. John Mlnge, formerly of the City Hotel, Richmond, now of Alabama, says he nas sees Carter's Spanish Mixture administered in a num ber of cases with astonishingly good effect. He recommends it as "the most efficient alterative la c sc." SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA ? Mr Jos. Robinson, of Wooster, Ohio, was cored of Scrofula and Salt Rheum of three years standing ty only three bottles of Carter 's Spanish Mixture WM. S. BEERS A CO., Proprietors, No. 304 Broadway, New York. EjT Price Si per bottle, or six bottles for *8. For sale by CHAS. STOTT, Washington. D. <* . and Druggists generally. THE IREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE AGE. Or. KXN!*KD7,?f Koxbary, Has discovered In one of our common rasttbx wiids a remedy that cures EVERY KIND OF HUMOR; fbom van wonaT scbobbla town to a com mon FIMPLB. HE HAS TRIED IT IN OVER ELEVEN hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases, (both thunder hnmor ) He has now in his possession over two hundred certificates of Its vir tue. all within twenty miles of Boston. Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing sort mouth. One to three bottles will care the worst klad tf pimples on the face. Two ts three bottles will slear the system ? > biles. Two bottles t.a warranted ts tare the wers ?anker In the mouth and stomach. Three to five bottles are warranted i? tars lis worst care of Erysipelas. One to two bottles are warranted ;t asm ill humor in the eves. Two bottles are warranted to curt j&aslr.x of th* cars and blotches among the hair. r our to six botilc-s are warranted to tart ctrrapi bad running ulcers. One bottle will cure scaly eruption of the tain. Two to three bottles are warranted to ears the worst case of ringworm. Two tc three bottles are warranted te ca.s !h? most desperate case of rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warrtaiad to aa.s th? salt rheum. Five to eight aattlw will cure the w?r?t <arv a tf earofnla. A benefit L? iJwayi e rptilentcJ frtm tho firvt bottle, and a perfect care la warranted when ih* ?hove Quantity \u taken. Reader. I pe-iiilod over a ihcnrual bonis* or thlslntheviolnitytf Iloaita. I know the effect ?f It In t r?u/<use. bo sure so water will eitln gnlsh llie, u. sare will this oure haaaer. I never sfcld a bottle if It bat that acid another; aiter a tilal It always jjxia.ii to: h*lf. There are tw? things aboat this herb that uppeara to sat sarprls lsg; firat that It yjtnt in oar pastures,!! atxt places quite pltaUial. and yet its rdoe has an*?r Wja kevrr* an 111 1 dissoveidd it in IMS? that It s'ltvld ?nrc all klads of h&mtr. In erlur t* gl?t state Idea of the sadle* rllt and grtat popnlarii/ tf tha di*t?very, I will ttalt that in April, l?*3,I peddled it, and sold about t bottles ;^er dty?ia April, ISM, 1 told ov?r l.ou bottles day ef it. Borne of the wholesale DrngtUUwhe have been In busiaesj twenty and thirty yean, say that no thing In the annals of patent medicines was ever like It. There Is a universal praise of It from all quartern. In my own practice I always kept it strictly tot humors?but since its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have been found In it that I never suspected Several cases of epileptic fits?a disease which was always considered Incurable,have been cured by a few bottles. O, what a mercy If it will prove effectual in adl cases of that awful malady?there ar? but few who have seen more of it than 1 have. I know of several cases of Dropsy, aU of them aged people cured by It. For the vtinous diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain In the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in diseases of the Kid neys, Ac., the discovery hat done more good than any medicine ever known. No change of diet ever neoestary?eat the best you can get and enough of it. Dirtcttons for Us*.?Adults one table spoonful per day?Children over ten years dessert spoon rul?Cnlldren from five to eight years, ten spoon ful. As no directions can be applicable to all con stltntions, take ouSolent to operate M the bowoit twice a day liRIViOtnn BY DONALD URNNEDTi JTo ISO Wmrrtn strttt, Rozburf, JfMI. Pnto, Onb Dollab. Wholesale Agents?New York City, G V CLICKNER, 81 Barclay street: O. H. RINS 1W Broadway; A. B. A 1>. SANDS, 100 Fulton' street. Philadelphia, T. W. DYOT^ A SONS Baltimore. BROWN A BROTHER, CAN BY A HATCH Alexandria, FEEL 4 STEVENS AI Retail by all respectable Druggists in tha ? nl'.ed States and Hrltl?h Hrovlaoes andaloob* tat Drtfglatt of tils City, o?tM-1t Miscellaneous. nopouLi. Natt Difaktvvivt, Bureau of Yard* and Docks, Sept. 19, MM. SEALED PROPOSALS FOR EACH CLASS separately, endorsed ?? Prop?alt for CUaa No (name tke class J for the navy vard at (name tke yard.) will be received at thlsoftee until noon oa the 25th October next, for furnishing iind deliver ing at tho several navy yards named the materials and artl'les embraced In the following classes, and which are particularly described In printed schedules, which will be 'urnlshed upon appli cation. and sent bv mall If so requested, to per sons desiring to offer to coatract for aay or all the classes named therein, b\ the commandants of the several navy yards, for the classes for the yards under their command, or by the navy agent nearest thereto, or by the bureau, for any or all the yards In case bidders desire thecc mmandantsor navy agents to send them schedules by mall, It will be necessary, In order to Insure their transmission, that they.should enclose In their application post age stamps, as the law requires all postage to be prepaid 1 * Bidders are hereby cautioned and particularly notified that their offers must be in the form here inafter prescribed. and be mailed In time to reach their destination before the time expires for re ceiving them ; no bid will be considered irhick shall be received after tkt period stated, emd as allowance, will be mad. for failures of the mmil. To guard against offers being opened before the time appointed bidders are requested to en dorse on the envelope above the address, and draw a line under the endorsement thus: ?' Pro posals for Class No. (name the class,) Joe the Navy ya d at (name the yard ") To the Chief of the Bureau of Yard sand Do*, ks. Washington, I). C. FORM OF OFFER. ( Here date the offer ) I.(kere insert name,) o' (name the ttnon,) in the State of (name the Stato,) hereby offer to furnish, under vour advertisement dated (date of advertisement.) and subject to all the require ments of the same, and of the printed schedule to which It refers, all the articles embra ed in Class No (name the ela ?,) for the navy-vard at (nime the yard,) according to said schedule, vli: (kere peste on the printed class from the tik?d ule, and opposite each article set the price, and car y out the amount t* the columns for dollars and eents, and foot up the aggregate amount of the ltd for the class,) amounting to (kere write the amount in \cords ) 1 propose as my agent, name tke agent, if one is required by the schedule,) for the supply under the chisses miscellaneous, by a non-rv?l dent of the place of deliverv; aud should my effer be accepted, I request the contract may be pre pared and sent to the navy agent at (name the agency,) for signatures and certificate (Here trt tidder to sign kit name ) FORM OF GUARANTEE. The undersigned (name of guarantor,) of (name the to ton.) and State of (name the State,) and (name of seconl guarantors. fc ,) hereby undertake that the above-named (name tke bid der or bidders,) wll1, if bis [or theirj offer as abive be accepted, enter into con'ract with the United States within fifteen days after the date of no l?-e, thiougii the pont office, of the acceptance of his [or their] offers before mentioned Witness, [Signature of guarantor$.) I certify that the above-named (kere name tke guarantors) are known to me to be good and re sponsible guarantors In this case. [ Signature.] Tr be slgaed by the district judge, district at torney, collector, navy-agent, or some person known to the bureau to be responsible. PORTSMOUTH, N. H Class Class No. 1 Bricks No ll Iron and nails 2 Stone 12 Steel 3 Yellow pine tlm- 14 Pllea ber 15 Paints, oils, and 4 Yellow pine lum- glass ber 16 Snip chandlery 5 Oak plank 1? Hardware t> White pine and 18 Stationery spruce lumber, 19 Firewood seasoned 20 Hay 7 Lime 21 Provender b Cement 22 Charcoal u Hravel and sand 25 Iron castings. 10 Slate BOSTON. Class Class Mo l Bricks No. 9 6ravel and sand 2 Stone 11 Iron,iron spikes, 3 Yettow pine tim- and nails ber 12 steel 4 Yellow pine lum- 14 Files ber 13 Paints, ells, and 5 Oak and bard g!am wood timber aad 16 Snip chandlery lumber 17 Hardware 6 White pine, spruce lb Stationery juniper, and cy- 20 Hay and straw pre* s timber and 21 Provender lumber 22 Charcoal 7 Lime and hair 23 Packing S Cement 25 Iron castings. NEW YORK. Class Class No 1 Bricks No. 16 Ship chandlery 2 Stone 17 Hardware 3 Yellow pine la Stationery 5 Hardwood 20 Hay and straw 0 White pine,spruce 21 Provender Ac. 22 Charcoal 7 Lime, hair, Ac. 23 Belting, packing 8 Cement hose, Ac. 7 tiravel and sand 25 Iron work and 11 Iron, Iron spikes, castings and nails 26 Machinery and 12 Steel tools 14 Pllea 28 Lightning eon 16 Paints, oils, and ductors glus 29 Diving bell. PHILADELPHIA Class C<asi No. 1 Brisks No.12 Steel 2 Stone 14 Flies 3 Seasoned yellow 15 Paints, oU, and pine timber glass 4 Seasoned yellow 16 Snip chandlery pine lumber 17 Hardware 5 OakandhardwoeJ 18 Stationery timber 19 Firewood 0 Seasoned white 20 H ay and straw f?lne timber and 21 Provender umber 22 Charcoal 7 Lime and hair 23 Belting, packing, 9 tiravel and sand and ho*e 10 Tin 26 Machinery 11 Iron, Iron spikes, and nails NAVAL ASYLUM. Cla%s Class No 1 Clothing ' No. 9 Hardware 2 Hats, boots, shoes, 10 Iron and nails 11 paints, oil, a n d 3 Provisions glass 4 Groceries 12 Files 5 Dry goods 13 Lumber 6 Bread, Ac. 14 Provender 7 Tobacco 15 Firewood 8 Chandlery 16 Charcool WASHIN8TON, D. C. Class Class No 1 Bricks No 12 Steel 2 Stone 13 Pig Iron 3 Yellow pine tlm- 14 Flies ber 15 Paints, oils, and 4 Yellow pine lum ber 16 Snip chandlery 6 White pine,spiuoe, 17 Hardware Jun per, and cy- 18 Stalonery press timber 19 Firewood 7 Lime and hair 20 Fay and straw 8 Cement 91 Provender 9 Sand and gravel 22 Charcoal U Iron, Iron nails, 23 Belting, packlog, and spikes and hote NORFOLK. Class Class No 1 Bricks No 14 Files 2 Stone 15 Paint*, oils, aud 3 Yellow pine K1*9* 5 Black walnut 16 Snip chandlery boards 17 Hardware 6 White pine 18 Stationery 7 Lime 20 Hay and straw 8 Cement 21 Provender 9 Sand 28 Charcoal II Iron, Iron spikes, S3 Belting and pack and nails lng. Mi Steel PENSACOLA. Class C sii No 1 Brloka Steel 2 Stone 14 Flies 3 Yber* Pl?6 tlm" W 4 Yellow pine lum- l? Ship chandlery 17 Hardware 5 Hard wood timber 18 Stationery and lumber 19 Firewood 6 White pine, junl- so Hay P*r *nd c7prees si Proverder timber and lum- 22 Charcoal 7 Lime * 9 Cockle sheila 84 Co^rand com ?ifcr0n n*lUtn<l position nails _. spikes gg iron castings arMrlL^.nf11^ WUl ,lUtfth? tl?? within which w! .. Tllllrpd lo delivered ; and i .VPf nte<* schedule la not used, the pe gS-Sft All the articles whieh may be con tracted for mnst be delivered at snch place or placw,including drayageand oaitlngto thenlace where used within the navy-yards, respectively for which the offer is mad.7 SS blfdl^d by the commanding officer thereof; and, all tHDp b#!n*?<*n,a' preference will be given to American manufacture No article will be re ceived after the explrattea at the period .peri fled In the schedules for the completion of delivers unlee* special! y authorised by the depa tme u ' It is to be provided In the eontrsct, and to be distinctly understood by the bidders, that tue amcuut and number of arttolea enumerated In Miscellaneous. Si: rs? amd at l?ii r??w?, u U, fr??ae ?r tvmm* d*mi ceed on^M^'i?, lnc"**- hewever, not to ex n^i.i <* U"* ^""titles stated (and re Eli^" TV 'hrooA **? ??ce .hail to "21- ,} durt"K ?*? i**! far erdiDg 30th June, 1857; and whether the quan tit'** required he mar? rr le?s than those speci fied, the prices ?hill remsln th?same -e? And the articles under the contract must be of the best quality delivered la good order, free of ML f eTfry charge or expense, and aubjeet to tr Insnecicn, count, weight, or measurement of rae said nary yard, and la all respects satisfactory to the commandant thereof Bidder, are referred . i I?rl toTopacifications, or ssmpies, and a further de?cript1on of the article*. Cot tractor* headed 44 mlscellsaetiis,*' who a i not res d* near the p ace where the article, are o be delivered, will be required to name In thetr propoeal. an agent at the elty or principal p'ace near the yard of delivery, who ma v be calUd upon to deliver article, vnkcmt dtlaf when they .hall be rr quired. Approved an ret W m the fill amout of the contract will be required, and tweaty per oeutum '? additional wtarlty deducted from each pay ment until the contract .hall have been oerepTebd or cancelled, unless otherwise authorised by the department. Oa classesheeded "m1?ee'lare?n?.?? to be delivered a* requlr. d d iring the Aval vesr, the twenty per centum retained mar. at the dis cretion of the commandant, be paid qaarterly oa the first of January. April. July, and October, when the deliveries have been satisfactory, the balance (eighty per cent ) will be paid by the respective navy stents within thirty days after the presentation of bills, In triplicate, duly veu It edand approved. No part of the per centum rat reed Is to be paid until all the rejected articles offered under the contract sh.ll have been removed from the yard, unless specially authorized by the department It will be stipulated in the contract that If de fault .hall be made by the parties of the first part In de iverlng all or any of the articles mentioned, cf the quality and at (betimes and places above provided, then, and in (hat rase, the aald parties will forfeit and pay to the United Sutea, a. liqui dated damage*. a .urn or money equal to twice the amount of the contract price herein rg'eed upon as the price tc be paid for the srtlrles in case of the actual delivery thereof, which liqui dated damage, may be recovered from time to time as they accrue Tne sureties must sign the contract, and their responsibility certified to by a navy agent, collec tor, dbtrlct attorney, or ?.ome other r-rson satis factorily known to the bureau It Is to be provided In the contract that the bureau shall have the power of annulling the con tract, without loss or damage to the government In case Congress shall not have made safficient appr, prlatlons for the articles named, or for the completion of the works estimated for ac.d on whir h this advertisement Is based, asd .hall also have the power to Increase or diminish the quan tities earned in the clashes not headed "miscella neous" in the s~bodule twentv-flve per cent Persons wbrme t Her. shall be ac cepted will be notified bv letter through the post t fllce, which notice shall be considered snttclent; and If they do notenter Into contract for thesuppl'es speeltl?*| within fifteen days from the date t*f notice from the bureau of the acceptance of their bid, a con tract wlil^>e made with someother person or per sons, arid the guaran'.or* of such defaulting Lid der will be held re-ponslblefor all dellnquen le?. All offters not made in strict com/ormnp, with this ad vert i sea, en t will, nt the option of the bu reau, be rejected. Those only whose effrrs m?y be accepted will be notified, and contracts will be resdv for execu tion as soon thereafter as may be practicable, ?e 19 law4w UREAT REDUCTION I* THE PRICE OF B00T8 AND GAITEB8 I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PHIL adelphla manu facturer, a flmt rate Sewed or Peeved Calf-Skin BOtfTat S3 62. full as good as thoee usually sold it li or 96; aid a French Calf Patent Leather A ITER at S3 50. as good as any ?t 85; a first rate Calf HalteratS? 5?,the*e ?re the best goods that is (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the {?roof, come and see ? ? or yourself Terms p*eitlve'y cash No extra profit charged to offset bad debts. CaU at th NEW YORK HAT STORE, Seventa street near Pennsylvania avenue ANTHONY, Agent TO ALL THAT VALUE THE IK SIGin TOBIAS^ WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to nil that suffer with defective stebt. caused by age, sickness. and particularly from 5p^riI!A^.cJoa"Jy.*eleclodA. lo bis ">P?rtor SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully ground bv himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and b^uefi cially to the wearer according to the concavity or convexity of the eve. Very numerous a?e the ill effects caused to the precious organ of sight from the commencement of using glasses in not betfnp pwcleely suited, by the use of an Or tomtit* ; and the practice of many years enables him to ireas ure the focal disease of the eyes, and such glai? et that are absclafely reoulred will be furnished with precision and satisfaction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very 11 be re encouragement already obuined. and Wh<r ^Sf.5 ,w" that kave aot ye^ availed themselves of his aid. Persons that cannot convenienay call, by send lng the glasses In use, and sute how many In. li es they can r*ad this print with their spectacles can' Je supplied with such as will improve their Ul. lnunmerableteetitooniais to be seen: and ref erences given to many who have derived :l? greatest ease and comfort from his classes Circulars to be had gratis, at his office \? 61* SEVENTH STREET, Odd Hall, cf staie. f i Spectacles you ?iade for me suit ve? ell, and seem to have improved my sight mor* thac any other 1 have lately tried LITT W. TAZEWELL I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained fron V?v. ' ,nd them ot ^remt aasUteac< t. rry^,?.ht' and :?pe*P0nd1ng with hisdescri Ho-. ??? 'ocua. 1 recommend him a. a akUlful op lcU*- HENKVA WISE I abiVhnfe!4 frlpCd to ?**'< ^be .-e ?" ; hment of M r Tobias for tkr purpose of tr\ - "fr W K wifhn i*ertri?l Mo i trT?tHcatlon than any I have 1 7,? I b.ouri but with the aid .if - uJferod ? ^OHN^WlLSbN. l>ecemtem, 1-8 that I am' IShptaSLS"S"! ^ been much benefittLl bylihern^ ^cul " haw May 5th, la?. ttEOR i? SCARBSRWH. \ was * J oblaa seemed to compreheed . I tloo and some slight measurement, n-d he't l\ SiS?*:1 ?*,' ^ 8^'l r July 11,1*96. 1WTLER. ., , WiLmHeTO*, N. C., Jan 87 l^sa thSfhi I arr happy to sav w?k are ffiSK?!T,^h.1 obtalvouIts' .TTlJ tZ Pro? ? lreqea. i y in the vlsnal ranee of mv eyee, I nave h^r?to fmind great difficulty In getting r1^ ifT ftatKhat^v^WM e ,ta#ord? ae pleasure j , that, by the aid of your optomeur thi. d ? *? culty has been happily oWteK!tKJ{? JlTs!!. yeu furnished me are dec dedly tfc- best adapted to my eye. of any 1 have ever yet used. Very in*;>ectfully. yours. R B DHAN E Rector of ttt James' Patl.h I",MIOl? May 7, 1S99 b.v f S defect* and the unequal range ef ^ ^ ^ compelled to uVe al.s*? f,.r wifhm,, . 1 hV* d'SWent optician, without obtaining glasses perfectly fitud to t.? j pairs esn^M-n1? "lBOe Tobia* ?ade tw?. - 1" IBf"' ^leh 1 have f.-und t.. he 1. ^ UBr ?' ?ptcm-!?r 1 --'--t?.*"^Glasses minutely to the e,. l recommend Mr TobUs to .n mony as to his skill as an optician mknry kTbaldwin, Aaalst Sec'y to sign Land Warrant t?i GLASSES cf greet vj rf?. MICROSCOPES, WATOH thtt Hn?^ ?LA8^fc:S. ?n<l many other aitk ' a !r iii? YefT prtc,m COB-Uni,v - 4 nn.%BLK AN1? POIKKT tFtLf RI, **' ? hRANCIS