Newspaper of Evening Star, December 6, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated December 6, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. BRILLIANTS. ECHO AND SILENCE. la eddying course when leave* be^an to fly, .Awl Autumn In her lap the store to -trew, -A? mid wl'd scenes 1 chanced the Muse to woo, Thro' glens untrod and wocd* that frown'don Two sleeping nymphs with wonder male I spy! And. lo. she's gone! tn robe of dark green hue 'Twas Echo frem her sister Silence flew, For quick the hunter's horn resounded to the sky! *bad* aff'Uhtaii 81l6nct rnelts away. Not so her sister. Hark! for onward still With far.heard step she takes h*r listening way, Bounding from rock to rock, and hill to hill w.'.JIV* thP ^erry mald in mockful play, with thousand m!mlc tones the laughing forest * TBrfw. TO HEALTH. tKt Greek of Ariphron, By William Ptitr.) Health, brlghes? of the olest, do thon I'o my poor hearth descend ! For what of lif? kind heaven allow, lie thcu mv guest and friend ! For everv joy thit fortune brings, All that from wealth or chLdrtn spring*. From eerttly show or 'overelgn sway, Lifting to us things of clay, FaarnTeve or love's enchanting wiles, From labor's pause or pleasure s smiles, ? With thee tLey blossom, Health divine; Their spilng. rhelr bea>ity, all la thine; And none?save thou thy smile bestow? May taste of happiness be ow. GR1EP. <Vak#ril he sits, and lonely and unmoved, ?eyond the arrows, views, or shouts of men ; As oftentimes an eagle, when the sun Throws o'er the varying e rth his early ray, {Hands solitary, stan-is immovable. Upon some highest cliff, and rol s his eye, Clear, eonstan*, unobservant, unbased, In the cold light. r jr. S. Lamdor. ARRIVALS ATTHE PRINCIPAL HOTELS National Hotel ? WV OCT y Geirmn, Hon A Kenned}*, Md P. Dellaman A dr, J Wilson 4 iy, W V 41 Putnam, NY P Dayton, USN W Sands, N?** J 11 Walz, Md J candemon, NY M Baldwin, Ind F Vanderpool, do Miss Davis, Md W Machsllar, Mass Miss Jenkins, do G Wheeler, d-j W Hlckey, DC "W Pease, do Col Spenoer, do G Clement. La P Dam A ly, Mass O Conover, NY R Beits, Md A Irw'.nger, Pa H Hogden, do J Jones, do TDa^is, do Gov WUliird, Ind Mrs Gray, Va Lt Oov Hammond, do 1> Gray, do Hon J Robinson, ao T Small, NY Hon W Sherred, do Miss Inderhlll, do J Williams, do Miss Deam n, do 8 Hooper, Mass C Small, do JJ Ward, O W Ceamon, do Col J Da?is, Md Willard*' Hotel?J C A H. A. W1LL&BP. J Burdlck. Va R D Cor*e 4. ly. Pa T Hanover, do K P Randall, Ky S G Mondum. NY H H Dyotts, do D E Guelph, SC C Gertridge, NY J Speddlng, Wis lion S Houston* Tex K D Glance, Ten 6 W Jackson, Va 8 Kohnstamm, Ry J W Polk, Cal Mr Weed, do B W Stone, Ma-s E Bluomer, do Mrs Pope, ? Trlpton, Mass M!m Pop** A servt, A A Selva, do T W Busseil, Ct C A Jordan, NC A R Hughe*. IIDN L. S Levy, N Y A I^ogget'e, NY T Wood A ly. do G P Lewis A ly. do J B Look wood A iy, ds Miss Palre. do J D Hardt, Miss Lewis, do E J Evarts, Va W M RlcketU, W P Hegeman. Ten P P Leary Sc. ly, NJ 8 D Warner, Va Br#wa?' llo'el.?t. r. A m brows W H Acker, NY J B Bell A son. Md J M Holloway, Va W J Beall, do D Bernd, Pa W P Berry A son do fj G Henry, Ala H Myers, Ala W Ogden, NY. Fev Cummtng*. NY W SMorsiey. Va R W Wright, Va R N Jordan, Pa J S<>ddou, do 15 A J*ff?rson, Va J P Pace, do J C ftloole, do W R McKwa, Ind T B Sobey, do 8 L Hayes, Va P H Hall, 111 Hon A Rmt. Ark J M Ma^oa, v? 8 Sellls er, NY W H *ml'b A ch' d'n, T L Pclk, SC Md Hirkwoad Haatr) -J. 1 A. P. QkCWO?D. rol 8 Alexander, V? Hon J McQ?en, SC 9 Youne, K JffTrv. do W Peters, Md C Winshlp, Ct 9 Hunter, DC T Le'nard, Mass H Nicholson. Tena G Haller, do P JWrHalgb A ly, O Langley. Pa M Placlde, Md H Slm:on A fy, In1 DrHodgoe.di W Horseley, Va A Chapman. Va Hon L Branch, NC W Mckennev, do J Chal'ellitr, do T Downing, N V E Manchester, do PRO>I PARIS? EDITIONS OP IW.-BY Baliac : Le Cousin pons; price 30c; !,e Pere Gorlot. 30a By Dumas. LeDoctaurServans,30c; Antoine JOc Texier: Amour et Finance, 3<>c Veroa : Cinq Cent Mllle Francs de Rento, rtdc 8t Gerrr.aln: Pour une, 3t*c Sand: Val entine, 3<>o. Glrardin: Le Marquis de Pontanges, SOc, Le Vicomte de Laanay, S vols , 07c. Son ?a??re Scenea de la Chouannerie, 30c; Scenes de In tiro#* Boileau: CE ivr?i completes, *8b. Ro^saeau: Lea Confensions, (manv engrav ings.) 37c. Voltaire: Siecle de Louis XIV,. (mazy engraving",) 37c And manv others, 1u?t opened by _dee*- F RANCK JTAYLOR. Anew asmirt.>ie!*t of bohkmi. an Gia*?, amongst which inzy be found the elesfant Ba?k Decanter* and Goblets, at dec 1 THK LAKES, 5?4 Pa. ave WAIiatS, JtWKLKY, SILVERWARE, As. WE INVITE ATTENTION TO OUR Ex tensive >tock rf ladies' and gentlemen's very superior Watchee, Diamond, aud all other ?tyies cf Rich J^weirv, pure Silver Ware, extra pfo'ed Alba'a goods, Taole Cutlery, Ac. Also, Gold. Silver, and fine Stevl Speciac a\, and Eve^< of every focus. The above, comprising the largest and most varied aisortmer.t ever offered to our customers, will be sold at prices as low as in any city in this country Orders for every deacrlptlon of Silver Ware, a* wail aa for all ot!?er articles io our line, promptly executed Steulng ind Standard Silver furnished In all ease* Watches and Chronometer* of every descrip tion aklll/ully repaired A practical knowledge of this branch, to which strict personal attention is given, guarantees hdUsfaction toth*>e having ftne Watcnesto repair. Engraving in all ita Vouches, locluding the eattlng of arms, crests, inottc?j, Ac., on stone, dor,? jn tfce best mauner. Visiting Cards, also handsomely engraved and pilnted M. W. ?;ALT A BBO., Jewelers. dee Ht 3ai PaLave., b??t. 9:a and lothsts. ROAS F'lTlKKS. H. MILLER, SON A CO, ALEXAN ? drla, V a , keep constantly on hand a hand some variety of CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS. BR AC K E TS, Ac , from the celebrated factory of Cornelius A Bak?..\ which th*v will g iar?intee to eell at the mitw prices charuul to private pur ehdtars at the *alerc<>rns on Chestnut street, Phil adelphia A'so, Drop-lights, Cut Glass and decorated Paper Sb ides, la great variety. Call and examine for yourseives. d?c 1 MH?. V. H. SniTU, 4ao D itrtet mortk, futwgrmdlk and Ttk, |>E?.S LEWE TO INFORM THE LADIES .W . nl Washington, Ueorgelow.i, and vicinity that she Is prrp&red to give lnsf?uctlon, In classes V, 'u ln theart Bf making wa X au"' wa* Fra? *V*U tfaem^iVCS Of this Op nffihment Bill a11mrft ^"autiful accoiu n^lshm-ntwlli pl?-asr call a* early as pogslble, a JJ^cUy. COOtWnpUie long In Titat: W ax Flower* In ?ia*es, pef t?m of 1S 90ni.??? eeseteee************,,, Wa? Prult ln Classes, per t^rmof it ies^'ns 'aa Ixea'h^r Work in Classes, per term of ft lesson.'aa Private Lissons *1 each?VaMstio. Boo nets and Vas#?*. Wreaths, Single pioxreni Ac , for sale, or made tn order. au 2ft ' UKNTALHLROEON. DR B F COSUV, PENN AVKNUE, BK tween Sixth and Seventh Hreets,, at the piare formerly occupied by Dr / Van Petten, Jtai ja?t rtcrlvrd a very large supply of arti. lea pertftlal .g to dentistry, and respectfullr Invites the public to give him a Having drvotfd hi* whole tlrae to the pro *?f. 'J' perf?<ftly *afe in declaring that he will gi*v entwe utivf^^tlon ln every case The beet profeialonal references can be seen at his of. ?cf ; nov K-tMarehvqs F?? PAPIER maunk work boxes. Cabinet#, Inkstar.d?, J?- vel Boxes, Ac . hiat opening at VrLAUttHLIN'S, brtw"%r'! ?ih ?ih streets, f L'BISS, MAtMENET ANDHORORAY, AjJn'es Hunels, Hirraons, He.trs, and Rimele ery.ic THE?0^Kt. Miscellaneous. j KIT RECEIVFD ?? chests Imperial, Gunpowder, Young Hy son, snd Rtflfik ThA8 _. r*nvpii'R W bags, Javii, Maraealbo, and Rl<? C'OrPfcB 10 pockets Old Gownfflu' J?n ^ SO boxes Ground . .. ? . J., 40 package* Cru-hed, Powdered, and Graau lated SUGAR 10 packages B Clsrlfied SUGAR in' j? g do do M box?? prime Goshen CHEESE " and Glades BUTTER, very t 500 |bsN?w York BUCKWHEAT S'noo lb- Cod and Hake FISH 80 boxes TOBACCO, various brands W do Stratton's Pearl STARCH ?jO do Uperm CANDLES 5 do Patent do ?i do Adamantine do 80 do do do. twelves, suitable for hotels and boarding houses 50 do MonId Candles 15 do Old Castile SOAP 3n do Fancy do bar* and cakes 30 do Babbitt's SOUP POWDER 50 dozen Preston,!Viurr?ll 4 Babbitt's YEAST POWDER fc) whole and half barrels PICKLES *5 oev* assorted do 6 do Canton GINGER 5 do fresh PRUNED, Jars and fancy boxes 5 baxe* MACCARON1 15 do VERMICELLI 100 drume FIGS 50 whole, half, and quirter boxes RAISINS 5 barrels CK ANBKK RIKS palls George A Jenkln's Refined LARD l'JO &' ten BROOMS 50 do BUCKETS Also. MATS, BASKETS, BRUSHES, Ao., different sixes and patterns. Por sale by THOMPSON, HAMILTON A CO.. No 393 Penn ave, bet. 4ii and 6th streets. 22?S,MA W'iw Yeast powders, spices, te. 50 boxes Babbitt's YEAST POWDERS 40 do do SOAP Do 10 kegs SALERATUS 9 do BREAD SODA S.WOftlbs SAL SODA in do SALT PET RE Ifi cans MUSTARD 25 do ALLSPICE.C1NN AMON,CLOjfES lft b.LM GRAIN PEPPER 4 do Grain CLOVESand ALLSPICE 75 lbs N UTM EGS and MACE 1 ease INDIGO. Just received per schooner Arctic froao New York, and for sale bv BARBOUR A SBMMES. nov*- W ,S,M ,?w Brooms, buckets, brushes, Ac. 90 dozen Plain and Fancy BROOMS A3 do 2 nnd 3 hoop BUCKETS 30 do WHISKS 10 do DUSTERS ?20 do SCRUB BRUSHES 10 Nest CEDAR T'lfl^ 5 Cases SUGAR BOXES 1?3 DEMI JOHNS, 1, 2 3,5 Gallons 1' u Grors Round Wood MATCHES 95 do Small Pin* Do ?') di McGulgan's Do Just received per schooner Arctic from New York, and for sale by BARBOUR A SEMMES. nov -2C.W,8,M^w Raisins, almonds, tc. whole, halves, and quarter boxes Bunch and Layer RAISINS 1 bale Bordeaux ALMONDS, WALNUTS, CREAM NUTS, and pilberts 5 box*"> CITRON 1 bbl Zante CU K RANTS a fresh PR UN ES In gla^s jars Just received per Schooner Arctic, and for sale by BARBOUR A SEMMES. nov W-W.SAM3w B1 TTF.R, CHEESE, BUCKWHEAT, fcc. 4'J kegs prime GOSHEN BUTTER 100 boxes do do CHEESE 10 casks do do do 1ft,ikk) lb* prime new-hulled BUCKWHEAT lObbls No. 1 MACKEREL lOha'.fbbls. No. 1 do 20 kits do do 5,00(t ibs. Grand Bank CODFJSH 50 boxei BcaJM HER KINGS. Just received, per schooner Arctic, from New York, and for pale by ao\ 23-W,S,M2w BAR0OU R A SEMMES. I>EAS. COFFEE, CldiU, ko. 97 half chests Imperial. Gnn Powder, Yoong Hyson, nnd Bla^k TEA 5ft pockets J AV A COFF EE 30 Da^s primp RHI COFFEE -at boxes GROUND COFPEE T5,0W) GEKMAN CIGARS 23,(fcl0fine HAVANA CIGARS 90 baskets Bordeaux and Marseilles OIL 9> boxes Woods A Gilberts STARCH Just received j-er schooner Arctic, from New York, and for sale by nov *1 ? W ,S, M2w HARBOUR A SBMMES DEITER'S HOTEL, WASHlNeTON. THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO IN form his friends and the public gener a'iy, that having thoroughly renovated bis Hotel, he Is now prepared to accommodate all who m?v favor him with their patronage. novlVetAw M. A. DEXTER. FRENCH PORCELAIN. JUST RECEIVED. PLAIN WHITE AND gnld-bocd TEA and DINNER SETS VASES, FANCY CW PSand SAUCERS, CAN DLESTICKS, Ac A fine assortment of FANCY TEA SETS Best English GRANITE WARE DINNER SETS, TEAS, COFFEES, TOIL ET WARE, Afi. At No 510 Seventh street, nov 17-Saw3w N.M McGREGOR. PAH IS PREMIUM HATS. MODE DE P1NAVD Todd a co have received per steamship ''Arago" an Invoice of Gen tlemen's I>R r>S HATS from the celebrated establishment of LavllleA I'oumaroux, who < received two flrst-claas medals at the late Exposi tion In Psris. Also, a bosn'l'ul assortment of Children's FANCY BEAVER HATS, for Mlssesor Boys. Ladles' RIDING HATS. FRENCH UMBRELLAS, very superior. TODD A CO., nov "-Gtteoff west end Browns' Hotel. New goods for the pall trade. Now opening another and vary lnrge supply of new and ele^dnt Goods for gentlemen's wear, consisting of? Dress Shirts, lu great variety Under Sh'.rts and Drawers, do Gentlemen's Tiavelllntr Shawls, do Do Kid and Warm Glo' Do Scarfs, Stocks, Ties, Ac do Do i>te?slng Robes, do Do Walking Cane*s. do Umbrellas, Perf smery, Ac , do Our a^?ortu>ent from recent additions Is com plete'nail 1:? department*, and buying exclusively for csish. Wf are en?t>l?d to offer the best Goods, at the towe>t uud uniform prices, at STEVENS' Srfles Room, nov -27-eo9w Brown*' Hotel. ll'IVERSOIi HOTEL. ]yjR G. D'lVERNOIS BEGS TO INFORM that k Penns 18th streets. Ills friends and the public In general, that he lias now coined his new Hotel on Pennsvlv'.nl i avenue, between 17ih acd M ThlftJii'tabllsu mentis newly and elegantly furn ished on the most modern and Improved principle with Saloo is aud Private Apartments The Bar Is Mipplird wltn the choicest Wines and Liquors, Clgtus, Ac. Uame andotier delicacies In sea on Pri?ate Dinner and Supper Parties promptly ?uppll?d and attended to In aiy pirt of the city. ^ able d'hote at ?){ o'clock, on Sundays at ?/. nov 25-eo3m w. O. niTZEHOTT, (SPCCKSSOR U liRORliK Hilbus,) Agent sf Kaveu * Bncsa's and William Miller's CELEBRATE I) PIANOS, HAS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LARGEST stock of PIANOS from 3175 up to fl.O'Jtt. MEl.ODEONS from *15 to $260, violins, BRASS inbtru f^OTES. banjoes, accord EONS, and SHEET MUSIC, cheaper than In any hwi*. W1,h of New yorV ' ' 1U ALWAV8oftH"^NU|fl'-e0*'' l5Sou!?;.ve Zr' X J . A w. M. O A LT N. W. eor. 12th and C sts , No s\y 0'n# nov Vft-'f square south of Pen's KTe Draught ale ? wIThTVe^st rJ eeived iftO bbls of Read A Brother's Troy Draught Ale, which Is very fine, and will beaoid at the low price i?f W1.75 per bbl , for cash onlv ARNY ASHINN, no** flioMtnim. if.9, Miscellaneous. w1 PILES?PILES?PILES* K CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO are afflicted with this dreadttl complaint to the following sworn certllcate from one of onr most respectable citl*?ns. the father-in-law of the proprietor of the ?'Courier de* Eta* Unls," and formerly gunmaker In Philadelphia: Nkw Yobk, Aug. WWh, IW** D* Dopkt*?Dear Sir1 hereby certify that l have been afflicted with the Piles for nearly al?ty years, that 1 hire used eighteen bottles of Pile Lotion, and everything else I could here or, but all to no rffeet, for they did me l,ttl? ?r good. About two months since, I commenced using your remedies for the Piles, a*a b?7? happiness to say that they have bad the desired effect, having cured me 1 consldei ..his almost a miracle, for I am eighty years of age. lv recommend them to all afflicted with .he above complaint. P. VALLEE, 73 Franklin at State of New York, \ New York City and Countv. > I, Joseph C. Lawrence, do hereby ceitify that on the day of the date hereof, before me personal ly cime P. Vallee, to me well known, who, be ing by me duly sworn, did depose and say that the contents of the foregoing certificate frlgr.ed by him are true. In witness whereof 1 have subscribed my name, as Commissioner of Deeds and as a Notary Public of the State of New York, and haw af fixed my Notarial Seal at my office, In New York, this 20th day of August, 1856 JOSEPH C LAWRENCE. Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Public of the State of New York. 07 Wall strek, New York. We challenge the Medical Faculty of the Uni ted States to produce a certificate equal to the above Dr. Duprle's Remedies are tne only ef fectual cure for internal Piles. Only 60 cents per box. Office?70 Nassau street, New York. Will be sent by mall to any part of the United State* For sale by FORD A BKO . corner of 11th street and Pa. ave, Washington! D. C. oc 23 PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY PROM loss hy fire: FIRE, MARINE, AND INLXND INSURANCE. Authorized CnpitalnuA Btcrphu.. .SI,33**,151 13. FARMERS AND MECHANICS' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Office northwest corner Pennsylvania arwte and 17<A tlreet, Washington City, D. C, DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, Goorec H. Armstrong, Thomas Mandcrfield. Charles A. Rubicam, Edward R. (Iclmbold, George llrlmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, James B. Neall, Iiaac Leech, Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, PrcsUient. EDWARD R.HELMBOLD,Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. J97 D street, oppo-itc City Hall. Jno. M. Thornton,corner First streetand Virginia avenue, Island. James Williams, No.22 Fmr-an.ta-Jialf street. Joha Riasles, No 501 Thirteenth tfUudt, b'Jnw Pennsylvania avenue. MARINE SURVEYOR. * Cept. J. P. Levy, No. 307 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite National Hotel. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. The business of this Company w!ll compar? fa voraidy with the mist succe I of similar institu tions in the United States. From the 1st dny of Align*!, IS36, in live months, op M l?t January. 1850, the premiums received amounted to the large Mim of one htmdred and eight thousand, ono hundred and fifty-one dollars, with only forty six hundred a id eiiiy six dollats losses reported. With the^e evidences of s?icre???and good man agem^nt, the directors feel jnviiGod in .-oliciiing a ??hari- o: public patronage, believing tlrat the secu rity off-red is ample, and that al! fair <*!aiin? will be adjusted more according to equity thai. l#?al tcchui calitie*. The cemjvin v is prepared to ts??xe policies against lo*s or<iam-i?e b7 Are on IUVK1.LINGS, PURNI TU RMILLS, MANUFACTORIES, WARE nOUSfcS, bH de-enpnon? of BUILDING:*, and their content*, Oi ft!I Mm'. o' MPR''HANdISi?, transported by VK&SBL3, 8TBAMBOATS, CA NAL BOATS, RAILROADS, and the tnual cos ve^nnces to or from any portion of HUROPB and \MKRICA, and on the hulls of STEAM dO ATS navigating the western '.va:*rs. The rates of premium will b* e* low as other companies, and in fixing them every unprovrmfiit In cons'ruci^n and arrangement *iil be taken into consideration. All lr*s?* speedily adjusted and promptly pail. Office n nthwentt: .rn?T Pennsylvania sveime and Seventeenth streot, Wa-hinzto-.i eity, D.C. Inmrriwe f ly a!*> he l at the H"OjJS.-e, Not*S r">rFt<*r Walnut <:nA Sri*nJ F1rerti} Piila lielph'ri. a id in principal cities of Hit United States bv authorized nfficeri! of the company. JeH-lyl :a\ BUY AND SELL FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE; Funmsu nhafts 3s aH Parts of United States and Karen*; COLLECT DHAFTS 0a ell parts of United Ststan and Ec?S}?; L'RAW BILLS OK IS Eh AND FOR ?1 OR BPWARWj BV7AND SELL OONDS, STOCKS, \ OTHfc.R SECWR1TIE3; RE'M)T1A7E TIME PAPER, lavetlinent paying 10 V and ever, fcr sale. LAND WARRANTS. We are at all times Purchasing, asd have for Bale, LAND WAR RANTS of all aenorni nation#. Lund Warrants loca'^d In Iowa, Wisconsin, or Mianesota. CHUBB BROTHERS, JeniTl-tf Bashers,opporite the Treawtiy. MAWTKLB. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL ST?LB. Wlana facta red frem Slate Stone, by Ike West Caktletoa Mate Company, Vt. THKSH MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN Imitation of th?* richest and most expensive EGYPTIAN, LISBON, VERD ANTIQUE, PORPHYRY, PYRENEES. BROCATELLA, A<?ATE, SPANibH GALWAY, and other rare and desirable MARBLES. The imitations are so perfect tuat they chalengethe closest scrutiny. They a.e sc highly pollshea that they retiln their beauty much longer than marbl? : are not Injured by smuke, coal gas, or a'Ids, and ran be sold much cheaper thai anv others 1q maiket. Price ranging from to f 12. Architects, Builders, and others are invited to call and examine samples at No. 512 Seventh street, 3 doors below Udd Fellows' Hall, up stalro. T. M HANSON, &e 12-1 y Agent. PURE SILVER WAKE. 80HV 8IL YE K TEA SETS. SI I. VEH FORKS AND SPOONS. SOLID SILVER WAITkH-S, PITCHERS, H'JBLETG, If CURS. ALSO. FANOY SILVER WA R E. suitable *r Vf ED DING PUEMtNTG. The above are all of our own manufacture, aud WitlKAST RJ> FDR B. M. W. GALT A BRO? nov lH-tf 3?l Penn'a nven te. nnn?FUK nile< *350,000 'JJJOtJVJjUvHJ Claims on the Government of Mexico, in sums to suit purchas-rs, well authen ticated. For particulars address Bo* 313 Po-t Ottt-e. with real name, which shall be treated confidentially. The abnve amount can be fully vouched for ny documents now on file at the office of the vesretary of Stale. nov *^5-tf aUILTED SKIRTS.?JUST RECEIVED from New York, hooped and plain Quitted Skirts of the most celebrated make. JOHN II SMOOT, nov 25 11$) Bridge St , Georgetown. MAlIIIS OK UENTI.KMKN'S SHAWLS. WEHAVE JUST RECEIVED OURTHIRD p.nd largest supply of gentlemen'* Shawls, embracing every varto y, weight, and *lae. N B ?Also, a lari^lotof Bay State Hhawls, which we are prepared to sell at thelow price of 95 apiece. Call at GEO H H WHITE tCO'B, Hat, Can and Gent's Fun shlnir Store, nov 11-tf 312 Pa av . h*t. 0th and I 0th sts 'PHKMOST BEAUTIFUL AND EXTEN 1. slve stock of Fancy Goods is at THE LAKES, dee 1 S"5 I'enn avenne. (CHAMPAGNE CIDER?JUST ARRIVED J from New Jersey, a lot of choice Ghampagne Clrder. For sal* by the barrel or In bottles. Poultry A Ma^sey's'Philadelphia XX Ale. Also. T Dondelet's Baltimore Ale All of which will be sold at a small advance for casta ARNY A SHINN, nov 'M Georgetown, D C. BEST EIDOLOVKS nt rents?JUST leceived per Express from the lmpor ter, an additl.nal supply of daik color* a ?* a r* *-* _ j- ?? j - ? - ? wtvir bVat KID GLOVES, miklni; my assort j ment complete of Darks. Medium, Blark.V - and White (all numbers ) Also, Mlsaes dark colors of the same quality. The above mike is fully equal to any Gloves in the market Also receiving an Assortment of Ladles', Gen tinmen's, and Chl'dren's fancv lined, napped ?ilk, cashmere, cloth, buck and other Gloves, wiiich will be sold cheap. JOHN H. SMOOT, nov 35- 110 Bridge St., Georgetown ,000 Corpe, ... a| III. Information for Trml ALEXANDRIA fc WASHINGTON R. I*

ON AND AFTER THURSDAY, THE *7lli or November. until farther notice, a train of cars will leeve the Depot in Alexandria, at the oorner of t?t. Asaph and Princess streets, for Washington city, at ? o'clock, a m , and at 3 o'clock, p m. Omnlbuase* will be in re&dlness at the Potomac Bridge to convey passengers to the intersection of 7th street and Pennsylvania avenue, at Dealer's Hotel. From this point at the same hours (9 a m , aad 3 p. m ,) omnlbusses will leave fir the South ern end of the Bridge where the oars will be In readiness to proceed to Aletandria Passengers will find comfortable sitting rooms ?t Dexter'a Hotel. JAMES S. FRENCH, nov iTdtf President. Thk steamer. geohoe vfashinh. ton will depart at the follow- _ w lng hours Leave Alexandria*#, ?, 11, Leave Washington e*, 10,11, 2*, 5 >Ov 11?d JOB CORSOfr, Captalft. (CHANGE OF HOURS?THE_ ,11 ?? w > STEAMER GEORGE rAGEjLjSaHU will leave? Alexandria at 1*,S*,10,12 2*, 5.andfl* o'clock Washington at 0,8, n, i*, 4, i%. and 7 o'clock. nov tl ELLIS L PRICE, Captala. tOR MOUNT VJ9RNON. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?FARB. ROUND TUP, fl: FROM ~ ^fT*? J ALEXANDRIA75dENis? ThejfcS^EK ?teamer THOMAS COLLYER leave* tVanhfDz Ion at0 and Alexandriaat9U o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for the boat at !?* o'clock. Coach fare 10 oenta. Persons wishing the ooaohes will leave their residence with George A Thomas Parker Refreshments on the boat. api-tf SAM'L 6EDNBY, Captala. OB A WOE A ALEXANDRIA BAILBOAD Oreat Southern Mail Lin? I twice DAILY-** (sryuay nights excepted) Between Washington Citjr acd the South! VIA: ALEXANDRIA, ?ORDONBVILLE, RICHMOND, DAN VILLE GREENSBOROUGH,N. C. AND UAILT TO THK VIRGINIA SPRING 8. Leave Washington at ? o'clock, A M. L^rive Washlni^ton ?? F. M Leave Alexandria at 7 " A.m! Leave Alexandria at 9 ?? p. jj| Travellers will find the Morning l.inein con nection with the Virginia Central Railroad, the Cheapest, most Plr.mant p.nd Rxpedltioua Ruote to THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS, Greenbrier White Sulphur and Fauquier White Bnlrhur, Warm, Hot. Alum and Capon Springs, Weir's Cave, Natural Bvldge, Lexington, Ac OMNIUUSfcS and UAGUaGE VW.bONC *?11 be at the Washington Railroad Depot toeaa *ey PASSENGERS and BACG \Gli, ??? ?/ CAa-r?, to STEAMER GEOHGE PAG J", for ALEXANDRIA, i aarse of six miles, allowing air.ple tlm? for J Fsrefrom Washington to Richmond sis so ?afS !4 " Danville ,'.ll 00 . Sroensborougti...l2 00 Tickets procured on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured by this Route, m it is a i.tjiio* tiiit class xaii,koa* 7Aoh ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE. THROUGH PASSENGERS and GAGSAGh ssrrled without coat to the Depot of the Petersburg Rallr-ad JAMES A. EVANS, K 1 Agent, Alexandria, Va. UARPEa'l FERRT, Via Chetapeake f Okto Cmnai THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! r|lHE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET A BOAT ARGO, Capt. Chad H. Mana.LL, will commence making Regular Tttv* between GEORGETOWN andlhealmve Point, en Mon da- March '-T7fto, 1P5?. The Boat will leave the wharf of w . H ill <1 Hitter, Geo,*2??own, D. C ,e?ery Monday, Wed nesd.iy, ard Friday morning, a!0 o'clock Returning, she will leave If aiper s Ferrv every Tuesday,Trundcy and Saturday mor?'i.? at o'clock. Throngh Tickets, T* Uttbvrg 81 m ike Stigt fro* Edwardr* ferry. Famines Intending to visittb* V Jrglnia Springs tbe coming s^as^n villflnd this by far the mosl site, pleasant, cud cheape?t route to p,~rk?W Capon. Shanoniaie. WbUePuiphnr nnd Warren. Meals served on bo?rd at rrnvlerate rates. A ccach will always be in readiness In George town to convey passengers to and from the Dost Perf-Trther particulars Inquire at the store of W. H A H. G. RITTER, Georgetown, acd JOHN V. AVIS, Jr., Harper's Ferry, Va. mar 1B?If THE NEW YORK AND LI7EBF00I, t-'JNRPJL UNITED STATES R STEAWEHi.^aag "I^HE SHIPS COMPRISIN8 THIS LINB A are the balt1tTIC * ?8p< ?4rl4R' T^oTI Capt. Comstock ADRIATIC ???Capt. Jas. Weal Tnene snips having been built by contract ex pressly for Government service, every oare has been taken In their construction, as auio In their engines, to Insure strength and speed; and tbelr accommodations for passengers are unequtied for eletaance and comfort Price Of passage from New York to Liverpool in first cabin, 81 JO: In second do., 875. From HverDool to New York, 30 and 20 guineas. An experienced su/goon attached to each ship. Nc berth* ccn be secured until paid for. The ships of this line have improved water-tight bulk hea<L", and to avoid danger from Ice wll! notcross tac Baiks north of &*? degrees, until after the ls? of August. raorosBo sates o* sailtn*. ^yf?iViw Yerh, Ft tm _ . . 133#- 1S50. naturday Arr.Xfl W*ednesday....May 14 Saturday May 10 Wednesday....May 28 Saturday May iM Wednesday....June 11 Saturday....... Jnne 7 Wednesday.... June 26 Saturday.......Juneil Wednesday ....July 9 Saturday July 5 Wednesday ....July 23 ?Saturday July 19 Wednesday....Aug. 6 Saturday Aug. 2 Wednesday....Aug. 20 Saturday Aug 10 Wednesday....Sept. 3 Saturday Aug. JO Wednesday....Sept. 17 Saturday Sept. 1,1 Wednesday ....Oct, 1 Saturday ..Sept. 27 Wednesday ....Oct, 16 5?t"rday Oct 11 Wednesday....Oct. 2S Saturday. Oct. ?5 Wedne*day.?..No?. 1^ Saturday Nov. b Wednesday.,..Nov. 20 Saturday Nov. *2 Wednesday....Deo. Hi Saturday Dec C Wednesday ....Dec. Ji Saturday Dec. 20 For freight or passage apply to EDWARD R. COLLIN8 A CO., 5fl Wall street, New York. BROWN. SHIPLEY A CO., Liverpool STEPHEN KKNNARD A CO., ? Atutla Friars, London B G WAIN WRIGHT A CO., Part*. The owners of these ship? will not be ancotat able for gold, silver, bullion, specie. Jewelry, pre cious atones, or metals, inloes bills of lading art signed therefor, aad the vtlu# thereof expressed therein. m j_tr PERUVIAN SYRUP, Fu* Iks curt of Dyspepsia, Liner Complaint, Dr pip, Neuralgia, In tpient Disease* of the Lungs and Bronchial 1'assarts, Biles, Gen teal Debility, fc. This excellent medicine, which has attained a high reputation and been ex tensive^ used in Boston and other cities of the East, has been received'and is now offered for sale by 7! D GILMAN, special agent, 360 Penn sylvania avenue, as al?o by the general agent, coi ner r\f L, and 3d streets, Navy ^ ard. The proof* of Its t-fflcacy are so numerous, so well au theis ilea ted, ai>d of such peculiar charac ter, thatKufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to re ceive tb? proffered aid. The Peruvian Syrup dee* not pirfcss to be a mrf-all, but Its range is e*ten?lv*?, because many diseases, apparently unlike, are intimately re lated, and, proceeding from one cause, may be cured by one remedy The ciass of diseases for which the Syrup pro vides a cure, Is precisely that which h.-fs ?ooft? n battled the highest order of medical skill The facts are tangible, the witnesses accessible, and 'be safety and efficacy of the Syrup Incontrovert ible. m I have analysed the medloal preparation called the Peruvian Syrup, with reference to the number and kind of active substances contained in it, and the durability of the compound as a pharmaceuti cal article. The metallic compounds of arsenic, antimony, merottry and alnc are not ptesent, noi Is It possible to detect in it the slightest indica tion of any metallic and mineral poison Its or ganic constituents do not Include opium, or any of tl?e drugs yielding poisonous principles. The constituents, when separated, are not even acrid to the taste. It is a preps ration scientifically and skilfully compounded, po*sesalng all the durabil ity of a splrltuors tincture, without Its objection able qualities and the activity of its leading con stituent is preserved through the judicious adap tation of Its solvent. The point here attained hai been frequently and unsuccessfully sought aftei by pharmaceutists. Respectfully, A. A. HAYES, M. D. Assayer to State of Massa husetta No. 10 Boy 1st on street, Boston. 3d Nov . lbM nov 22-3 m AMKLODEOIV FOR 840, AT OUR PUm and Muato BtOf* JOHN F. ELLIS, d*c* b*wwe Wand tttfc slMeU. Medicine*. fhiloiofhioalVisw of HAftlUtl, J* ?.| ALBANY, If. Y., mrmgti mmd IK Vims, P/afammd 9?l*rt Am Wkt mmd rtmtti. r%in Mlt IWiKttPlvl Oiifi. Real Free ef Torn** te til parts ef t*? Vales. flREAPBST BOOK EVER FVBLISRED ^ end onttlilnf nearly double the quantity of read In* matter in thst of the FIFTY CENT OR DOL LAR PR B LI CATIONS. It trmtv cb the PHYSIOL OGY OP MARRIAGE, and tfcc S.yjret Inflrmltie* and Disorder of Youth and1 Maturity, reuniting from ex cesses, which d^rtroy the physical aad mental pow-' Ms. with Obearvatlea* on ^ . ? A1* *?!*??? dlMBalllcatloa?, aa? * I f; wl'? Mtbograpo*, illustrating tbs HhV*i'>lfv^V.wd Diseases^/ (teRe n?,? ,i!? # e.tT>"of ***"?? theWstraeture, ones?their obviatlna ud removal important aim! m 2m?m I*?1??11* ??Wmo?y, t5at will ^ *11 ? *?"?? towew. should take this inporuatsiepwlthoutftrtrtcojualtlaglts **??? dl^ea?e- .ad m<3feal treatmeat of femate* from lafaneyto old ace,e?eh eaae graphically lllratrated bv beautiful lithogra phic pines?aerv&ns debility, its eavw aad aura, by a proceaai at oaoe so alraple, aafe, aad effectual that in Hi re Isimpoasible?rcies for daily aaasage ??*y ?a 8pormatonh*a, with aracneal obsefvailejts ea the safer aad mnrestwaaBu'il mode ?f treatment?preoautloaary hiaU oa theevUsre sulting from empirieal practice?aa essay oa all disease* arising from ladlacretloa. with plala aad simple roles by which all persona can care then* selves without mercury?remedies for those self lank ted miseries aad disappointed hopes iona fortunately prevalent ia the young. It Ts a truth* fnl adviser to the married and thoseeontemplatlM marriage: I ta perusal la particularly rMommenX ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of thetr physical condition, apd who are conscious of hav ing haxardM the he*.lth. happiness, and privileges to which every human belne is entitled. Price TWENTY-F1VE CENT* per copy, er Five Tories for one Dollar Mailed, free of pwt a*e, to all parts of the 0 nited States N. B.?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX upon any of the disease" upon which this boot treat*, either personally or by mall. Medi cine eent to any part af the Union according to di rections, safely packed and carefully secured from all observation Address Dr. M. B LA CROIX, Ne.31 Maldea Ler.e. or Post OMceBox 579 Albany, N. Y. fH7" Offlce open daily.from 9 a m to 9 p m. aad c* 8nndn> from 3 until a p. m. li*J~ OMce REMOVED from No. St Beaver at. t?3l Ls*?, AlbMf, Nsw Ttrk. de-f J??ly DOCTOR HOOFLAKD'I CELEBRATED GEKMAN BITTERS rRRrAIID BT Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Fa., will arracTcaLLT ccr.a LIVER COMPLAINT, OYSPEPSIA. JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DE v bllitv, I)lft*a?es of the Kidneys, and all Uls ease* arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomaoh Tbe proprietor, In calling ?be attention of the public to this preparation, doe.-. so with a feeling of tbe utmost ronfldencc In its virtues and idipta tion to the disease* forwblcb It is recommended It is no new and untried article, but one thai has stood the test of a ten years' trial before the American people. and its reputation and sale la unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. Thetestlmonylnits favor given by the most prom inent and well known physUlanaand indl^^als in all parts of the oountry is immense, and afare ful perusal of the Almanac. published snnually hv the proprietor, and to be had gratis of Bny of bis agents, cannot but satisfy the most skerr that this remedy is really deserving the great cel ebrity it has obtained. Principal ofllce and manufactory No. 93 Are* street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING; n Va , Augusts, Ipsa. .v~.? M* ****'"*? Denrblr:?The sules of the Bitters are in-reas'ng. and whst speaks vol umes in tnetrf?vor is th?tall who h*reus?d rb^m speak highly of tbe'r effects No ruMirins ffcsi I sell g'ves such general satisfaction, and tb? de mand for it exceeds all precedent; and I ast ire you It affords me pleasure to *ell snch a remedy. Our physicians no longer scowl at it, but are com pelled to acknowledge Its intrinsic value, and the freater part of them have bad magnanimity ?nf clent?o lay aside th^ir prejtidicieaaad prescribe it In their practice. Respectfully yours. F. M CHALFANT For sale b? storekeepers and drugclsts in every town and village in the United States Price 75 cents per bottle. auiwir?|Lo*'11' Washington, sad JOHN 8. R'OWLLL. ?eo?getown, AgenU. Je 7-?m AYER'S PILLa FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OP A FAMILY PHYSIC. INHERE HAS LONG EXISTED A PUBLIC A demand for an effective Purgative Pill which could be relied on as sure and }?erfeetlv safe in its operation. This has been firenared to meet that demand, and an extensive ftlal of its virtues has conclusively shown with what success it accom plishes the purpose designed It is easy to make a physical Pill, bnt not so easy to make the best of all Pt7/<?on* which should have none of the objections, but all the advantages of every other riiis Las been attempted here^and with what sue. cess we would respectfully submit to the public decision. It has been unfortunate for the patient hitherto that almost every purgative medicine is acrimonious and Irritating to the bowels This is not Many of them produce so much griping pair, and revulsion in the system as to more than counterbalance the coed to be derived from them. These Pills produce no Irritation or pain, unless it arises from a previously existing obstruction or derangement in tho bowels Being purely vege table, no harm can arise from their use in any quantity; but It Is better than any medicine should be taken Judlclously Minute directions for their use in the several diseases to which they are ap plicable are given on the box. Among tbe com plaints which have been speedily cured by there we may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Appetite, Llstlessaess. irritability, B llous Headache, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain In the Side and Loins, for In truth, nlltheseare bit the consequenoe of diseased action of the liver. As an aperient, they afford prompt and sure relief in Costliness, Piles, Colic. Dysentery, Humors, Scrofula and Scurvy, Colds, with sore ness of the b^dy, Ulcers aiid Impurity cf the blood: in short any and every case where a purca tlve is required. They have also produced some singularly suc cessful cures in Rheumatism.Gout. Dropsy, Grav el, Erysipelas, Palpitation of the Heart. Pains in the Back, Stomach and Side. They should be freely taken In the spring of the year, to purify the blood and prepare the eystem ror tbe change of seasons. An occasional dose stimulates the atomarh into healthy action, and restores the appe tite and yl%nr. They purify tbe blood, and by their stimulant action on the circulatory system, renovate the strength of the bedy, and restore the wasted or diseased energies of the whole organ ism. Hence an occasional dose is advantageous even though no serious demngement exists: bat unnecessary dosing should never be carried too far, as every purgative medicine reduces the strength, when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which a phyaic is required cannutbe enu merated here, but they suggest themselves to the reason of every body; ana It is confidently be lleved this pill will answer a better purpose than anything which has hitherto been available to mankind When their virtues are once known the public will no longer doubt what remedy te employ when in need of a cathartic medirine. Uelne sugar wrapped they are pleasant to take, nnd being purely vegetable, no harm can arise from their use In any quantity. For minute directions see the wrapper on the Box. Faaraaan ay DR. JAMK8 C. AVER, PRACTICAL f ANALYTICAL CHEMIST LOWELL, MASS. ' Price ?5 Ceats per Box. Five Boxes for Si, 00 Sold by Z. D OILMAN, Washington, and all respectable druggists. aub-im Anew arrival of fine woolen Gocds, for Ladles, Misses, tnd Children, ?l. a w MCLAUGHLIN'S. dfC 8 between9th and 9th streets. DEAUTIffUL PIANO STOOLjTaT ELLIS'8 Piano Store |\TEW YORK LEDGER FOR ?TH Dec., i-v the Ladirs'gem and public's tavorlte; "Orion the Gold Beater" continued; also, "Emma Davis," both unrivalled stories. Con.plete sets can be had, at FERGUSON'S, ?ov * 48? 7 th street Blank music boors, music folios, Music Rapei Ac , at the great Mnslc Empo rium, between 9th and 10th streets. jGhn f. bllis. MUc?Uci?ot?? ANTHONY ICCMLTi UNDERTAKES, ?hep and Resideeee Wo. SOS Feai'a ivnit, tonth tide, between 9th and 10th ?d HAVINS PROVIDED HIMSELF W1TB a ELEbANT HEARSE and all accessary cor. venlences for ( properlv MdHM kl? baifnm, wool A respertfally iaferm the public that he Is fully prepared to til all orders entrusted tehlK, at the shortest nMl'i, and In the beat me nDPnPii ncwa. ana in lac w*' . A largesupply of it?ADV-MAPfc COFFINS af all sixes. always on bant, wbleh will he far alshed on the most reasonable terns. Aa heretofore, bo pains wCl be ?F*"' *? ff1** ??tl re satisfaction on all ocoasloas. N. B ? Residing on the premises, ?tdeis Will he promptly attended to at all hours leh 7-1? ? I HHIR'I Improved StwJng Machines. To which wti granted tha Highest Award ef the Pari* Szhihitieo, thereby reeemsg the World's Vn-dlet of Sa:>er??nty 'f*HK IMI'KUVKMKN IT IN THIS MA A chine has simplified them la msny rrapecU, and they areeapibu of eaecuttng twice the amoaai of work ther did formerly la any gl*en time. They are without question the Machine* ea ? pable of aewing every variety of gooda per fret, a ahlrt boaom or hean trace for hameaa caa he wwa bvany of theae machines byaslmpleofcaage af needle and thread la such a roar ner that the elaaeatocratlay caaBot detect a fault. Manofacturera, pLaatrra and families will tad them the only aafe Machines to purchase. aa they are built strong aad durable, aad aot likely to get out of order. We have machlae* with gnagee attached,far M adlashata, oap-fronts, g alien, A e. 811k, Thread, Cotton. Naedlea, Ac., ssastaaUy ea hand, at the loweat rates. Person sdeelreus oflaformatloa regarding Sew ing Mathlnea will pleaae address IT M BINOKR * CO , Its Baltimore atreet, Halt?mora N. B .?We are prepared to exohaage thew ai. ehlMa for old machine* of any kind. Terma lib eral. Peraoaa who have been Induced to purehaaa afertor machine* uader the pretext of bciag aheap, will tad thla a benefit indeed. jww-tr GREAT REDUCTION IN TF15 P3ICE OF BOOTS AMD GAITKBS [HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PHIL adclphia manu- ? factum, a I rat rate ,*cwed or Pegged Calf-Shin BOOT at t'l C4. full aa good as these usually sold \t *5 or W; aid a French Calf Patent Leather GAITER at f3 60, a* good as any atf5; airs'retcCalf Saltera tra iC,these ?ire the best 700a* that la (or ever were) *old In the District :or the price: for tne proof, come and see for yourself. Tcr?r.e positively rath. No extra orcfit charged to ofiaet bad debta. Call at the \EW YORK HAT STORE, Seventa atreet, inar Pennsylvania a^nue. m it tf ANTHONY, Aeent TO ALL THAT VALUE Til EM SiGHT t'l7 ISHES TO CAI.L THE ATTENTION V? to all that suBfcr with defective slaht, rinsed by rge, sickness, ai.d particularly from gla?-ses injudiciously selected, to his superior SPECTACLES and GLASSES carefully grour.d by himself to a true spherical accuracy, and bril liant transparency, suited precisely and b*nefi cla'.ly to the weerer accordhg to the concavity or convexity of the eye Very r.L-mcrou* a?e the 111 effects caused to tne precious org*a of tight from the commencement ^f using glasses in not bHr.g precisely suited, by the use of *n Orirmtur ,? and '-he practice of many yesrs enab;ee him to meas ure the focal disease <~f the eve*, and auch glcsa e* that ar?* absolatelv renulred will be fnrulKhcd rith preciBlnn ar.d tet'.slactic a. Jt?HN TOBIAS acknowledges the wry libe ral encourage-nent already obtained, and further soji? its the pat-onage cf tcope that h^ee not yet 3-railed :t?ni?('l??s of his aid Persons that cannot conveniently call, l?y send ing the glassts In use, and state bow mary Inch ef they can read this print with tbetr spec.taclt?, can be supplied with a ich aa will luipiove their aljrht. Innumerableteatimonlala to be seen; and ref. err nee* given to many who have derived the greatest eaa? and comfort from hia glasaaa. Circulars to be had gratia, at kls oiler, No. #t2 SEVENTH STREET, l*r<? d?ori /raw Odd Ftlltmt' Hall, vr staibs Nobfolk. September 7, 1^54 Sir?The Spectacles you made for me suit verjr well, and s*>em to have improved my alght mora than aay other 1 have lately tried. L1TT W. TAZEWELL 1 have tried a pair of Hpectaelea obtained from Mr. Tobias, and And them of great asWs'aaee to my Bight, and corresponding with h la description of the focus. 1 recommend him as a shlllfui op tician. HENRY A. WISE. Havlag beea Induced by a friend to vis it the ?-a tabllehment of Mr Tobias for the purpoae of try ing hlr glasaes, I was furnished by him with a pair allgatlv colored blue, which nave afforded me mor*? relief and f?rat1tc?t1on than any I have ever tried. My alght, originally very rood, was Injured by writing and reading at nigbt. fre quently to a very late hour; but with the aid of tnewe glasses I cub b*udy almost aa late aa aver, aad l?at tco without the pain I Lave previously suffered. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner tf ea'l Land Oaoe. December 11, ie?. I have uiied Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for three or four months, end take great pleasure la say* lng that 1 am much pleased with them. 1 have been much beneltted by them. Miy 5th,l8S?. 6EOR P. SCARBVRBB. I was recommended to Mr. John Tobias as a skillful optician: and aa 1 have eyes of remark* able peculiarity, 1 wo* gratified to And that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehead them by lnapae ? tlon and some slight measurement, and he has made me a pall of Spectacles that suits me ad mirably. A. F. B VTLER . July 11,185t. WiLMineTon, N. C., Jan *7,1854 Mr. J Taatas : Dear Sir?1 am happy to say that the Spectacles wiiich 1 obtained from you last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual ranee of my eyea, I liave hereto found great difficulty In getting glasses of the proper focal distance it affords rue pleasure to state that, by tbe aid of your optometer, this diffi culty has been happily obviated so that theglaase* you furnished me are decidedly the beat adapted to my eyea of any I have ever yet used. Very respectfully, vours, K B 1JRANE, Rector of St Jame*' Parish PirilTMlNT or Irtbbiob, May 7, 1865 From natural defect* and the unequal range of my ey*s, I have been compelled to use glasses for several years. I have tried dlffercut opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fit tea to my eyes. Eour months since Sir. Tobias made two pairs especially for me which I have found to serve me perfec'lv. By the use of hi* optometer be isenabied to adapt ti lasses minutely to theey*. I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Toblaa to ell having occasion to use glasses and I-car my testi mony as to his skill as an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec y to sign Land Warrants. P 8-?OPERA UI^ASSES of great variety, TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKER bLASSES, and many other articles In iLIg line at very low prices constaatly on haad. IT is-iy hats: hats: CONSTANTLY O N HAND A FULL ^ supply of BEEBK'S NEW YORK STYLES*, together with TA Y LO R b HATS, of BALTI MORE. The best black dress HATS got up In the latest style for 93 M,as good as those usually sold at *5; and a good fashion able Hat at S3, worth S4; and a first-rate Hat, F2 ?4i. The best materials and the best worm aashlr Is employed to produce a t5 Hat. whlchds sold for ?3.50 We do a cabh business, meet with no los ses, but give each customer full value for his monov. Pelt Hats unusually low. N. b Agent for Driscoil's Balm of a Thousand Flower*. Price 9K cents per bottle. ANTHONY,7thstreet,near Pa ayenoe, Ageat for a New York Hat Compaay. se JMUtf BOOE B1ND1NO. Comtr EUrtnth ttrttt aad Marf 'amd atinvt, tar tk* Smttktonian /aititsliw. Edward lycett resi ectfully in forms the subacrlbers to }?r wn's Bible snd Shakspesre, now Just completed, tbat he Is pre (tared to bind tbo?e works In a superior style of elegance, strentfib and solid It y. ar.d upoi urirh more reasonable terms than car be done in Haiti more, Philadelphia, or New York. A letter ad dressed to him (per post) hiinro?-i hiblt to the subacribers specimens of 11* * yle of binding. Every kind of Book Binding neatW ex eonted. aei -St.