Newspaper of Evening Star, December 15, 1856, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated December 15, 1856 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. O, LOVERS, WH?lf BABE LIPS 8AT >0. It T I 4LDi:CH. I wooed her I* the linden's *h\d*, And H'm was Kuy and h?lf afraid ; And when J ask*d?What? Lovers know,? Her heart said yet, her lips said no. O Lovers, when rare lips say No, Let not your hope grow leas, grow less; For oft 'tis so that simple No Is meant for Yes, is meant for Yes ! I told her all the world was Love's, Her bosom flattered like whitedovts ! ? But still she listened till, ah Bess f Her heart. her soul, her lips said ves! t> Lovers, when rare lips say No, Let not yoxr hope grow lm grow IfM; For oft 'tis so that simple No Is meat for Yes, Is m?ant for Yes' ARRIVALS ATTHE PRINCIPAL HOTELS National Hotel.? SUT *? BRIGG8. W Jones, Md A C Neave, O J C Henderson, do N Hatchklss, Ct R Adams, do E Ttvior, do ? Johnson, do E A Page, Pa Clark, do RMarUn, NJ B Hooker. Mass C W Beaty, Md W J helper, Fa F Hickman, J R Williamson A fy, J Cheermont, O F G strobe, S Collins, NY HA Goldsmith, Pa E L Rtehle, Pa J Levy, N Y Z Berry, Md D Pet man, Fla Col Merrick, do E Rupeil, Mass J R Kimball, NY S J Carroll, Md J F Ferguson, Va E J Baker, Pa W Warrick, do JB Lindsey, NY H H Wallace, Va G Hummell, Va W W Hill, Ry J N Slice, Fa W Matthews Jt ly, Md W Carroll A ly, Va J McSoorty. Ala J McOabe. do J Aumont, Pa M Vanderso2, NY H Wright, NY A Plzzlne, Va M Hunt, do Miss Plzzlne, do T Westcott, Pa Miss T Plzzlne, do C Dunham, lnd t? K Parkhurst, NY H O Conuor, Iowa J Edmonds, Va TNye, NY J K Klmonds, do J H Bradley, lnd G P Jenkins, Md Willnrds' Hotel? J. C.tB.i WtLLARO. R A Mayo.Va AJHlttock, Va ? TeTrlll k ly, Ala W H Marshall, Md Miss Terrlll, do CP Rodrlque, Dei 8 B Glancy. Ten CDClaf.ln,Oa J C Kellv, Mass W Claflln. do C Topman, N Y SE Jones, do Dr James * y, La Sir j Daniop, Eng Miss Jtme*, do Hon O S Halstead, N J ? D Hubbard, Ills J L Hubbard, do P Lynch, N Y "W E Burdock, Pa J C Birch, Ten J Wlngfield. Mass W lleath, Miss, ? A Frazee, N Y 1 Butts A ly, N Y J D Molt A ly, Va C A Whitney, do J Molt, do AEHopan, NY W D Storree A sot, Mo W T Rice, P i WMBurdge, NY A Plrzlne, Va A H Handy, do W Peacock, NY H Handy, ao E Sargent. Man 8D Garton. Pa E Purdrlck, N Y W Griffin, Ten W J Cross man, do J C Blaney, Fla J W Perrln, O 6 H Harr'.s. Va Brown*' Hotel ?T P. I u IROVI. ? P Rawllngs, J Hall A son, O "W H Tondison, SC O Bardenwerper, Pa V. 8 Carrlngton, Va J Wire ock A ly, .Mass Hon W A Richardson, R M Stuart, Mo Ills ESAlron,Ind J Cook, NY J Doltt, Pa W Roberts, do J Croff. do Dr Jnnan, USA G Hartmar., do P Meyers, Pa A Reynolds A ly, Ct J W Harris, NY LRC.lfton. Md W Joelt. Va J R Oldham, Del T Harris A ly, Can F Claiborne, Va A T Frist A ly, Pa C G Lawnds' Md J J Fsrrant, do R Rolero, do Miss Farrant, do F B Burgess,do Mrs S?ssf >rd, Del J WMlams A ly, N Y J l*ane, O Miss Williams, do J B Young, NY C Peyton. Ky A L Blacker, da F L Sinims ft dau. do W H Nvham, O J L Shrine, Pa J C Hail, do Klrkwood House?J. 4 v. h. kibtw))P, H Walker,NY S Hellenson, Ma*>s J Smallwood, O R a Magee. do L Duncan, Ark A I> Catoe. do t* C Menderhall. Va J Welch. DC T B Maddox, Va J F WUev, do ?ea J B Canan, 111 J N Shine, do Gen Walker, do W James, Va 8 W Cone, KT Col Irving, do J B Smith, Pa P Matthews, 111 AMDennlsAly.SC T Hlllery, Md * > ? ; . - J Jt MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. statas. L<?? it fir Day. Arabia Bsston....... Liverpool.... Dei. 17 Atlantic New York....Liverpool...Doc 20 Africa New York....Liverpool ..Dec. it Anglo Sax<TO.. Portland Liverpool...Her.. 27 Hermann New York....Hremcn ....Dec. 27 v?3? New York....Havre Jan. 10 rioa bvbopb. Hermann Southampt'n.New York...Dec. 3 The Californlasteainera leave New York oa Ike ttk and HOth of each month. B STOP THAT COUGH . rpHE GREAT REMEDY FOR COUGHS, A Cold*, Croup and Whoofino Cocsh DR. ROSE'S COUUH SYRUP Cores Coughs of the worst kind. It also cures hoarseness, sore throat, weakness of the chest, pain In the breast and lung afleetlms Where ever there Is pain mix with the Cough Syrup 10 drops of Pain Curer, and you will find Immediate rallef Dr. Rose's Cough Syrup* relieves and frequently cures a consumptive cough, and fortl 0m the system against farther attacks li f~ I n bottles at SO cats and S I. TO CUHE CROUP. The lives of thousand of chUdren have been saved, by using Dr. KOSK'9 Croup Syrup. It gives instant rel'ef *5 cents a botre. TO CURE WHOOPING COUGH Dr ROSE'S Whooping Cough Syrup Is the only certain cure for Whooping cough. Itcurei In a short time, and allays all Irritation cf the Lungs 50 cents a bottle The above valuable medicines are recommetd ed by Physicians who ha.e tried them In their practice To be had of all Druggists In Washington, Georgetown and Alexandria. dec 10-4m EST kIDGLOVES nt cents JUST received per Express from the lmpor m ter, an additional supoly of dark colors. ,P1' beat KID GLOVES, making my assort-Ji ment complete of Darks. Medium, Black. L - and White (all numbers ) Also, Misses dark colors of the same quality. The above make is fully equal to any Gloves In the market Also receiving an assnrtcmnt of Ladles', Gen tlemen's and Cht'dren's fanov lined, napped silk, cashmere, cloth, buck and other Gloves, Which will be sold cheap JOHN 11. SNOOT, aov 2ft- 119 Bridge St , Georgetown >1119. G. H. SMITH, 420 U street monk, tr.tvetenVtk Ttk, Begs leave to inform the laoies of Washington, Georgetown, anl vicinity tha* she is pr-parvd to give Inst uctlon, in .-Usses BBd private lemons, intheart ef MAKING WAX FLOWERS and VASKS Also, Wax Fruit and Ornamental Leather wora Ladles wishing to avail themselves of this op portunity of acquiring a mont beautiful aocora Slishmcnt will please call as early as possible, as Irs 8 does not contemplate remaining long in the city. TBBM*: Wax Flowers la Classes, per term of 12 les ?^^a.?t..t a Wa? Pruit In Classes, per term of 12 lessons..JtS Leather Worh In Class<-s, per term of 0 lessons SJ Private Lessons f| each ? Vase* f 10. Brsiu?u :l!14 Vas^s, Wreaths, Single Flowers, Ac , rot sale, or made '.o order. au 2* fim DENTAL HURUEON. DR B F COSBY, PHNN AVIINUE, BE twe*n Sixth and Seventh ftreets,^^^ at the place forme?iy oseupied by Dr MadflS Vai Patten, has jnst rerejvrd a very^*^^' large supply rf artl< les perUloi g >0 dentistry, and respertfiiUv Invl'esthe public to give him a rail Having devoted h!? whole time to the pro fe?.|on. he's perfsctlv safe in declaring that he will give entire satisfaction In every case The best profewional references can be seen at his of. floe. bov 12-tMarchms DENTISTRY. JW McSEE, DOCTOR OF DENTAL ? SURGERY, has located himself, permastly In th'.scify Dr McGeels' a gmduate of the Haiti more College of' Dental tfurgerv, and has had over twelve yean practice Offl'* rem^v?d to the residence of his father, Rev T McUee, (for the present,) Rth street, be twen I and K streets dec 2-lm RAISINS.-BULTANA, SEEDLESS, AND layer Raisins, in mats, boxes, and drums, or saie bv KING * BURCHELL, dec (5 at their new Store, cor of 13:h and 1 sts. VKW yOHK DAILY HERALD. TRI. 11 b ine, rsm*s. N??s, Express, and Phlladel phU ?All persons entering their names on my si.bvr pHon book will bs served at their dwe.iLsgs at ' o'clock p m dec ft- FERGUSON, t? ?tk itreet. orntiu. Tuarckt Dkpabtm*vt, Nov. 99, 1858. Notice 19 hereby given to holders of stock of the loam of the United States, that this depa imfnt will ptrchiw the until the 3J of March next, unless the wn of f1,500.000 shall be previously ob'ained, and wi'l F? addition to the interest accrued from the date of the la it ?rmi annual divi dend of interest thereon, together with one day's additional interest for the money to reach the ven dor, the followlnf rates of premium on taid stocks: For the stock of 18-12, a premium of 10 per cent. For Hi* stock of 18|7 and 1848, a pre in um of 16 per ecnt; and for the stock of 1850, commonly ca'led Tcxa? Indemnity Stock,a premium of 6 per cent. Certificates of stock transmitted to the depart ment, under this notice, must be assigned to the United States, by th? party duly entitled to receive the proceeds. It sent between ria'e hereof and the 1st i!ay of Jaouvy next, the current ha'f y ar's in tirest must b* aligned by the present stockholder, or it will bi [ayabeas heretofore, and a corres. ponding deduction be ma tc Irom the amount pay ab'e for the stock. Taym mt for the stocks eo a-eisacd and tra mil ted will b^ main by drafts on the AssistantTrrasu rersat Boston, New York, or Philalelphia, at the option of the jartics entitled to receivc the money, which should be expreesed in the letters accompa nying the certificates. JAMES OUTURIP, Secretary of the Tr-a*aiy. d?c 1 -dt3dMarch: OFFICIAL. TitaAsrav Dcpaitmbut, August 20, 1CC6. Ifhereai the following Joint resolution ofCongrcw has become a law: iotitT RisoicTtoN extending the lime for the credi toriof Texas to present their claims. Reiolced 6v the Sena'e anit Hove of R*pre*cnta licei*/thr Cnitei! State< of Congwiftt ^m'./erf, That agreeably to the provision of the fourth section ol the act of the 28ih ol February, 185S, ?' to provide for the payment of such creditors of the late republic of Texa- as are comprehended in the act of Congress of September 9th, 1850,"no tice, by public advertisement, whs duly given for the space of ninety days by the S?*reiary of the Treasury, of the time at which payment of the amount appropriated by the fifth section ol said act would be made, jto rata, on aoybmd, certificate, or evidence of debt of said Sta e, winch should be presented at the Treasury Department thirty day* preceding the 13th day of June, ltT>fl. the lunit of *aid notice; and as it is represented by the said Secretary of the Trea-osry, that of said bonds, cer tifica'es, and evidences of debt, which have been recognized by the State of Texa?, the same, eqNal to the sum ot three hundred and eighty nine thous and six hundred and ninety three dollars and seven cuts were not presented toihe Trra-ury Department prior to the said 1 )th of Jun?-, therefore, in order to do fall justice to the holders of -aid debt, the Secre tary ol the Trea ury is hereby au horned to pay to thehnldersof any of the said bonds,certificates, or evidences, of debt, not presented before the 13th day of June last, wh : may present and prove the la neat the Treasury Department, between the l.'lth day of June Ia?t ami the 1st day ol January neit, ?nd execute the proper relea?es 10 the United States ?nd the "talc of Texas, their j>ro rata *bare of the inn) sen n million sevi u hundred and filty thousand jollars; and after payment thereof, the said Secre aiynfthc Tiea?ury is authorized and required to distribute andpey the residue of the said seven mil ions seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, then remaining in the treasury, j to rata, amongst all the ?aid holders who may have proved their claims, and ?xeouted the proper releases on orbeloruthe 1st day >1 Jannaiy next. Approved Augustl$th, 1856. Noncits aaaiBT sivim to the holdcss of bonds, lertlfkates, and evidences of debtof thclate repub | ie of Texas, which were not presented at thte de mrtmcnl on or before the 13th day of June last,that he *ame vrB> be settled ar.d the jno rata amount hereon will be paid to the lawful holders thereofif uesented before the first day of January uatt, ac companied with the neecssary evidence of theirgen* fineness, with assignments to the United Stales,re. ptred to/iv?: this department the custody of such 9onds, certificates, and evidences of debt, and with releasesto the United States and Texas, iu accord ing with the provisions of the actof Congteaaof ISth February, 1856. This detriment will not require evidence of gen uineness to he presented with the ccrtificateswsued by theauditorand comptroller of Texas undertbe taws oftho State. But it pos?e*sesno mransof ver. fying the certificates,bonds and promissory notes wu'd by the republic of Texas, and not presented to, nor audited by, the offlcrrs of the State. The n-ces^ery and properproof of the genuintncsFof Iheiitterialhecrrtlficate of the comptroller olthe 3t?.teot Texas, who bas the official charge of the originalirsnvcsrelatiRg iothe debt ofthe late re publico! Tcra*. Th? auizomcnt anJ releas'a may be executed and acknowledged mi the presence of ihe Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, or the chiefclerk thereof, in the pie*euce of a notary public, and be witnessed by the Assistant Secretary, or chiefclerk and nota ry, and be certified by the notary under his nota rial seal; but when the holders d*sir<: to make the alignment and eiect:te the rolrases out of the oily of Washington, it maybe done in the presence ef an assistant treasurer, or collector, or surveyor of the customs, in the presence of a notary public,and be witnessed by the collector or surveyor and the no tary public, and be scrtified by the notary under his notarial seal; and if tsere be no collector orsurvey. or ofthe cu'toms at ih* place where the party re? lid s, th*a->siznment and releases may be executed befbre any court of record, in the presence ofthe ;udge and cl-rk thereof, and be witnessed by ihern, and certified by the clerk und?r his veal of office; itt'i if the holier b? out ofthe Uuited States, the i.? lijnment and releases may be e-xecuted before any United State3Consul, and be witnessed and certified by hirn un ler 1/ls consular s*'al. A'l personsexe :utlr^ such assignments and releases musttilso de> dare, ucieroath, before the notary, clerk, or con sol, as the case may be, that they are the real own ers ofthe certificates or other evidences of debt, er that the same have been assigned to them, bona Me, for collection ; and the notary, clerk,or oonsul must include the fart ofihaldeclataiionin their cer? tifi ate ofacknowled^mrnt. If assigned for collection, or in pledge, tha name ofthe party lioldint the beneficial or resutuary in in rti' irl*:in mil1' h.- site! in ih?< atfidavlt and a release to the United Ftate* and release to Texas m :?t be duly eiceiii'd by such |*a? ty. to gether with the awignrqcul and releases troin the ptr*?n in whose fcvor settlement and payinral is requested. One or more and.ted ceniiicate?, or one or more evidence of the *ain? character of debt, may be in cluded in the same alignment, rrlcaies, and affida vit of ownership, if each ccrtili- ate is correctly d?v scribed by number, date, amount, and name of the original payee. It should sl*i appear whether the certificates were is?ucd by the authorities of the Stateof Texas, on account of the debt of the repub lic*, or were issued by tlterepablicof Texa*,accord in' .o the fa^t* ?,f each ca-e. 1 iie aciigniii<:ni to the I 'iiited stales may be uiade in common form ; the re|i as?-s shoulil be drawn ac c >rding to the forms subjoined?A and 11. JAMFS CI1TIIRIB. H-creiary of the Treasury. form Ji, Know a'.l persons by these preeema that ?? l-i? ?*lea >ed. and hereby re|ea<?g, (he United S a'es of Arn*nca from all lurilier liability or claim lor th?' payment of certificate or evidence ot debt number , for the suin of j} , w the late republic of Texa?, (or by the amhoritica of the State of Texas, as the case may be,) and re deemed t>y the United Sta es inaccardance with the provisions ol an act of rnngrcee entitled "An act to tor the payment of such cjeditors of the lata republic of Trias a< u re comprehended in the actol Coocrean of September nine, eighteen hundred and fifty. ? approved the 28th day of Pedruary, 1855, and an act of tar 'tate of Texas, approved tkc 1st o| February. K* As witnesa my hand and seal. Form B Know all persons by thee* presents that ha? released, and hereby releases, the State ol Tsxas from all f'nriher liability or claim I'oi the d?y m*nt of certificate or evidence of debt nnmber ,f<>r tiiesnm of ? , issued by the lai^ re public of Texa?,(?r by the authorities of the S:ate of Texas, as the case may be.) and redrene<] br ?h? United States in accordance with the pm>i?ioi*o| an a-t r.f Coseress. pntitled "In act to pr? fo? the payrn nt of such cr< ?litor? of ill* late reptibiico Texa- s* &r* comprelieii<ted iu the a"tcf t'onrr* si ofSrpt. mber naie, euhleaii httiuli|ul and (fly," approved the 28th of T^bruary, l6s9rand an act ol the State of Ten.*, approved the 1st of February, 185?. As witness my hand and veal. The following is a list of the audited certificate* still outda idinf: No. htutito. 8TD Toinjpkins 18 Bukman CaufiHd 31 Jnlin A Chiton 32 !l K Muse W KG Ilobbi 84 J De Cordova 9J John Burniugiiam 1 OC TI1? ? n a u f )ii t ar> I a 1. So. to. 1639 Oscar Englcdow lfi75 Trustees of Austin College 168J O H Mnnsarrat k Co 18'JO John Karner 1704 Daniel Carl, 17J3j HN Walcotl 135 PhineasDe Cordova 1733 \ 1' wa'c?11 176 E Raldwin 1746 Joh* W Portia 191 James Tilfliman 1770 J K Elliott 192 Mathias Clark. J Ethan Carlo 32K O Rlineau 3i4 J E Wade 368 Paters & Uou;h * < 395 Lott Hunted 404 8 Kingsley 427 J Parker, for Eliza beth Partocr, ex'x 437 Pencdict Bayley 445 Leander Reason 466 Wm Odlin 467 John W King 509 T It Webb 510 A a Thurmond 548 Thos W Marshall 625 David S Kaufman 613 George \V Parker 1807 Harriet Ororge 1816 Milei 8 Kennetl 1H29 Nathaniel Rudder 1831 ) Levi Tyler, adm'r 1833 S of\V 11 Kelly 1838 Samuel Wildey 1H.T9 Georra Sutherland 1841 J 1? llenninfs JfgJjCBcclca 1844 Edmund Balliager 1852 J D Logan 1856 C P Green 1865 David Ayrrs 1869 Thoinc9 F James 1878 C Hehicdli mantd 1880 J F Jcwett 1897 F Emma 1899 Par-.iiia Lee* 644 Crutcher4.McRavcnl920 t W Grosvmcyer gj} Wm Flower 653 J A Simpson 659 Wm H Belcher 677 H II Williama 701 Felix Rieder 719} Robert Ral? 773 Wm Jones 779 Wm Walker 793 l>yer Pearl 8)3 Isaac L Hill 863 Hermoran Brown 874 John W Bower 879 Jam' s McMarter 914 Dyer Pearl 1922 Gilbert Johnson 1928 R ?bert Lusk 1929 K W Cawrhern 19.10 \V m Cochran 1932 Francis Moore Jr 2071 Andrew Daley 0072 Isaac Stewart JgJJcWYickery ^91 Paul Bremond 1610 ( C Burnet 2108 \ _ _ ? 293/ ^ ^ Mc Master 213fi) ? n _ 915 Mary EHen Hcden-1858j F F Gentry 930 J^EHUs *623} 3 W Fu<ller 932 Mrs Mary Belville 2104), 1010 Anson Cranson 1S01 ( ""'Jisiana I avis ? 2303 E Frost 2308 Thomas Rcrd 1010 1012 R M Forbes 1025 James N Hoean 1043 Thomas Lindsay 104." Js.mes L Green 1047 .lps?? Duiiel 1048 J B Daniel 1050 Charles Vincent 1057 $ 3 0 Gcrvail!c tos? Willis Millican 1059 J D Millican 1062 John Davis 1065 Wm Carton 1079 W A Lockhart 1080 R Morton 1135 James Kil'am 1186 t; II Taylor 1211 Youngs Coleman 1248 Robert McNutt 2316 Harrison C Bryant 2.TW J tt McDonald 2340 Arthur fiarnsr 2341 J F Martch. it 2341 Andrews 81 Gro?cr 234:>4 p G Me-riit 2.(49 VV Pinkney 23.^0 J I) Gidd.nps 2354 J Crawford jr 2358 A P Edcerton 2359 Thomas Warner jr 2.163 George K Sistare 2-61 Francis Rriclna S3H Elizabeth Carter 2383 Wm Davis 2.<-7 Joseph T<<mlinson 2390 Hn^ed Si Turner 1219 John W Cloud, per 2390 Wm Kimbro att'yJ II Raymond 2400 I! H Haynie 1263 E Dc Pontois 1269 C p Green 1275 G W Sinks A Shaw 1297 John Kendrick 129H Pamuel Hid ten 1300 John Johnson 1301 8n?an Mas?iex 2401 K W Milhank 2102 Catherine A'len B 2405 Henry Kring 2413 J W Lawrence 2418 Stephen Smi!h 2434 A C Horton 2438 Rlaphalet Easton 2412 Lemuel BDickenson 13*-2 Tiioma? H Forrcster2450 Wm II Thompson 1385 R It Warner 1423 William Frels 1424 G Yi Osborne 1125 John A Rutherford 1427 Cornelius Vannoy 1428 Joseph Rates 1473 Ann R Rerne 1515 Lnmbard Mitns 1521 J C Moore 1523 John Jamm 1554 K II Douglas 1|70 E M Fisli 1*72 Wm Kerr 15W) Jim's A Moody 1581 P Rickford 1613 John Lemer 1615 John Cjim?ton 1633 John D Taylor 1621 Levi Mercer 1625 Eli Mercer 2452 7 Wm Eddy 2 47 i J F. Herron 2174 A R Hemphill 2177 Aaron Haughton 2479 Heirs of John Jones 24*0 '? Joel HiO 2181 ?< Warren Aburn 24*2 " John L Monks 2483 " Peter Aldricb 2190 M A Dooly 2500 George c Dnycasliier 2501 K Ki illicit fc. Co 2"i03 John W Hclir:inpf 2504 W C 2512 M Roib' rttaillo 251*1 Henry R lit00ks 2514 Gabriel Tromwelt 2.r>28 II 8 Morgan 2V29 Furbur k Bean 2534 Sarah Newman The outstanding cvidcr.ce* of otherclaspes of th? debt or the republic of Texas cannot be sorcified by this Department. ait 23?dtlsiJant THE FKIKND OF WUMAPI. D ?*Thet? shull no evil befell t'uee. Neither eh%ll mnjr pUgue rone oigh Ihj <T?eihD* " K HROTHERS' PRKVKNT1T1 VK FOR mnnled ladle*, whose circumstances do not warrant too rapid an lneroane of famllv, will find this Preventive most valuable; whose health. cr othr?r circumstance* do not permit them to In crease the number of their family, without great Inconvenience, suffering, or perhaps risk of life. Females, either marrl'd or single, suffering from obstructions, arising from any cauie, cxa be re moved without medicine, bv calling rtt 179 south B atrcet, formerly Drs Brothers A Grav'a All lettera must contain a stamp to use on the reply, dec 4-2w* K HATS AS IS HATS! 1HAVK THIS DAY INTRODUCED THE new Btyleof Winter or Session HAT. which Is entirely new In style, finish and beauty. Gentlemen now In want of really a beautiful new style will find It greatly to their advantage to try the cheap Hat, Cap, Fur and Furnishing Bazaar. Getting In that good old way of purchasing for cash, 1 shall give iny customers all the advan tages Sign of the Dr Kane's White Bear, corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue. dec 1-2w HOPKINS. 0KEAT reduction IS TEK PBICE 07 BOOTS AHD GAITIE1 I HAVE ON COMMISSION, FOR A PHIL adelphla manu facture?, a first rati B?wed or Pegged Cslf-Snln BOOT at t-i.CM, full a* good as t bore usually m>ld at *5 or *?; and a French Calf Patent Leather 6AITE Rat 93 50, as good ar. any at 95; a first rate Call ?alterat 92.50, these

are the best goods that !s (or ever were) sold In the District for the price; for the f>roof, come and ses or yourself. Terms prsltlvcl charged to offset bad No extra Call at the yourself. Terms positively cash. profit charged to offset bad debts. NKW YORK HAT STORK, Seventa stroct, near Pennaylvania avenue, m'<4-tf ANTHONY, Atent. AWTHONT IH'CHLr, UK DE RTASER, Shop and Hegidenc? No. 303 Tenn'a av?na?, ionth side, between 9th and 10th sts. Having provided himself with ?n FA.EUANT HEARSK, and all necessary conveniences for properly conducting hit bualneas, would respectfully Inform the public that be la fully prepared to fill all orders entrus ted to him, it the uhortestnotice, and In the best manner. A large aupply of READY-MADE COFFINS of all siies, always on hand, which will befur ar hed on the most reasonable terma. As heretofore, no pains will be spared ta rive Mtlresatlsfactlon oa all occasions. N. II ? Residinrr on the premlaea, eiders will herromftly attended to at all houri HATS! HATS! hand a full (CONSTANTLY ON Zt "urr'v of bkebe's NEW YORK STYLES, together with TAYLOR'S HATS, of BALTI MORE The best black dresa HATS got up |n the latest style for 93.50, aa good as those usually sold a{*3i *nd a good fashion able Hat at f3, worth 9?; and a first-rate Hat, 92 50. in,n The best materials and the best wor?r ansbln i? but L-lb bu?,nw,'? m,set wHh noloa aes, ou. give each customer full value for his monev. Felt Hats an usually low e f0r hli N. B Ag?nt Inr Drlacoll'a Halm of a' INTHonv cenu per h,,tlle i Thousjnd Miscellaneous. PERUVIAN SYRUP, For tkt ears ?/ Dyspspss*. L*9*r Comfla4?L, Dmpif, Neuralgi a, Imtptmt of Iks L*ngt nnd Bronchial Sriil. 9m ?ril DtbiUtf, fe. mHlS EXCELLENT MED1QINE. WHICH -I. hu attained a high reputation and been ex tensively used In Boston and other eltlen at tbe East, has been received and Is now offered for sale by Z D G1LMAN , special agent, 360 Penn sylvania avenu?, as also by th? general agent, cor ner of L and 3d streets, Navy Yard. The proofs of Its eAcacy are so numerous, so well authenticated, and of such peculiar charac ter, that sufferers cannot reasonably hesitate to re ceive tbe proffered aid. The Peruvian Syrup does not profess to h? a ettr*-all, but Its range Is extensive, because many diseases, nffrtmtly unlike, are Intimately re lated, and, proceeding from one cause, may be cured by one remedy The clam of diseases for which the Syrup pro vides a cure, Is precisely that which has so often baffled the highest order of medical skill. The facts are tangible, the witnesses accessible, and the safety and cfllcncy of the Syrup incontrovert ible. I have analysed the medical 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 pharmaceutl cal article. The metallic compounds of arsenic, antimony, mercury and zinc are not present, nor 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 the drugs yielding poisonous principles. The constituents, when separated, are not even acrid to tbe taste It is a preparation scientifically and skilfully compounded, possessing all the durabll Ity of a spirituous 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 has been frequently and unsuccessfully sought after by pharmaceutists. Kespectf^rtly, A. A. HA* KB, M D. Assaye* to State of Massachusetts No. 16 Boylston street, Boston,3d Nov , 1?55. nov 22-3m PILES?riLES?PILES. WE CALL ATTENTION TO ALL WHO are afflicted with this dreadful complaint to the following sworn certificate from one of our most respectable citizens, the father-in-law of the proprietor of the ''Courier de? Etas Unls," and formerly gunmaker In Philadelphia: New York, Aug. 2fitb. 18M. Da Duprt*?Dear Sir:?1 hereby certify that 1 have been affllced with the Piles for nearly sixty I ears, that 1 have used eighteen bottles of ilarnes' 'lie Lotion, and everything el*e 1 could here of, but all to no (fleet, for they did me little or no good. About two months since, I coiainenacd using your remedies for the Piles, a^d have the happiness to sav that they have had tie desired cffect, having cured me 1 consldei this almost a miracle, for 1 ain eighty years of age. ? sincere ly recommcnd them to all afflicted with the above complaint P. VALLEK, 73 Franklin st State of New York, ) New York City and County, { 1, Joseph C. Lawrence, do berel>y certify that on the day of the date hereof, before me personal ly came P. Vallee, to me well known, who, be ing by me duly sworn, did depo*e and say that the contents < f the foregoing certificate signed 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 N?w York, and have af fixed my Notarial Xeal at iny office. In New York, this 'Jfith day of August. LH58 JOSEPH C. LAWRKNCE, Commissioner of Deeds and Notary Public of the State of New Ycrk.07 Wall street, New York Wc challenge the Medical Faculty of the Uni ted States to produce a certificate equal to the above. Dr. Duprle's Remedies are the only ef fectual cure for Internal Plies. Only 50 cents per box, Offlce?70 Nassau street, New York. Will be sent by mall to any part of the United States For sale by FORD A BKO-. corner of lllh street and Pa avc, Washington D. C. cc 23 DOCTOR HOOF LAND'S CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS PREPARED BY Dr. C M JACKSON Philadelphia, Pa., WII.L IFVBCTUAI LT CTBB LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. IAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DE bllltv. Diseases of the Kidneys, and all Die easesarlslngfrom a Disordered Liver or Stomaoh. The proprietor, In culling the attention of the public to tn!s preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost confidence In its virtues and adapts tlon to the diseases for which It Is rcr?mmended It Is no new and untried article, but one that has stood tbe te?t of a ten years' trial before the American peftple, and Its reputation and Mile Is unrivalled by any similar preparations extant. Thetestlmouy I nits favor given by the most prom inent and well known physicians and Individuals in all parts of the country Is immense, and a care ful perusal of the Almanac, published annually by the proprietor, and to be had gratia of any of his agents, cannot but satisfy the most skeptical that thl? remedy Is really deserving the great cel ebrity It has obtained. Principal offlce and manufactory No. 98 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. READ THE FOLLOWING: Morga.ttown, Va., August 4,1338. Dr C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir:?The sales of the Bitters are increasing, and what speaks vol umes in their favor is thatan who have used them speak highly of their effects No medicine that 1 sell gives such general satisfaction, and the de mand for it exceeds all precedent; and I assure vou it affords me pleasure to sell such a remedy. Our physicians no longer scowl at It, butarecom pelled to acknowledge Its intrinsic value, and the greater part of them nave had magnanimity snf Iclent to lay aside their prejudlciesand prescribe it In their practice. Respectfully yours, F. M. CHALFANT. For sale by storekeepers and druggists in every town and village In the United States. Priced cents per bottle. Z. D. GILMAN, Washington, and JOHN 8. KIDWKLL, Georgetown, Agents. je 7-flm PURE SILVER WARE. SOLID SILVER TEA SETS, SILVER FORKS AND SPOONS, SOLID SILVER WAITERS, PITC HE RS, GOBLETS. f CUPS FANCY SILVER WARE, suitable for WEDDING PRESENTS. The above are all of our own manufacture, and WARRANTED PCRK. M. W. GALT A BRO., nov 10-tf 324 Penn'a avenue. MANTELS. NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STYLE. Manufactured frem Slate Steae, hj ths West Castletea Slate t'saipany, Vt, THF.SK MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN Imitation of the richest and most expensive EGYPTIAN. LISBON. VERI) ANTIQUE, POKPHYRY, PYRENEES, BROCATELLA, AGATE, SPANISH GALWAY, and otherrare and desirable MARBLES. The imitations are so perfoet that they chalenge the closest scrutiny. Tbey arc so highly polished that they retain their beauty much longer than marble; arc not injured by smoke, coal gas, or acids, and can be sold much cheaper than any others In market. Price ranging from SliS to f 12. Architects, Builders, and ethers are Invited to call and examine samples at No. 51*2Sevesth street, 3 doors below Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs. T. M HANSON, se 12 ly Agent. ? W. ?. MKT/.EKUTT, (Successor to Gkorgk Hilbcs.) Agent sf Raven it llacsu's and William Miller'n CELEBRATED PIANOS, HAS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LARGEST stock of PIANOS from #175 up to S1,0C0. MELODEONS from S45 to S2?), GUITARS, VIOLINS, BRASS INSTRU MENTS, FLUTES. BANJOES, ACCORD EONS, and SHEET MUSIC, cheaper than In any house south of New York. Music published and received every day. Pianos for rent nov4-tr MAUDS OR GENTLEMEN'S SHAWLS. 'E HAVE JUST RECEIVED OUR THIRD and largest supply of gentlemen's Shawls, embracing every varlo'y, weight, and size. N B ?Also, a large lot of Bay State Shawls, which we are prepares! to sell at thelow price of S5 apiece Call at GEO H B WHITE tCO'9 , Hat, Cap and Gent's Fun shlng Store, nov 3)8 Pa av , bet 9th andl 0th sts IITVIOFF'S NEW BOOK.?THE AD vf ventures of a Roving Diplomatist, by Henry Wkkiff, author of '? Mv Co?rtahlp and Us Coa sequences " Prlc* SIM Just published, , ud for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S decs- Bookstore, near 0th street. W' Iaformatlm for Tiwlw. THE STB4RIBR HIOBfll WAIH?HB. TON will depart at the Mlow Ing hour*: Leave Alexandria ??, ?, II. IftTT! L??f Washington by, 10,1?,ly, 9 nov II?A JOB CORSON, Captain. (CHANGE OF HOURS THIS JSTEAMER GEORGtt PA6I will leave? Aiexandrla at 4 % ,?*40. 12,2*. i.udau o'clock. Washington at o,V,U, 1&, fTsu. and . o'clock. dot 11 ELLIS L PRICE, Captain ALEXANDRIA it WASHINGTON R. R. ON AND AFTRR THURSDAY, THH 27th of November, until further notice, a train of oar* will leave the Depot In Alexandria, at the corner of ft Asaph and Princess streets, lor Washington city, at 8 o'clock, a m , and at 3 o'clock, p m. Omnlbusse* will be In readiness at the Potomac Bridge to convey passenger* to the Intersection of 7th atreet and Pennsylvania avenue, at Dexter'a ' F rom thla point at the aatne houra (9 a m , lnusses will leave for the South Hotel. and 3pm,) omal em end of the Bridge where the oara will be In readiness to proceed to Alexandria Passengers will Had comfortable sitting room* at Dextors Hotel. JAMfcS 8. FRENCH, nov 27-dtf President IOR MOUNT VERNON* ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.?PARE, ROUND TRIP. Sis FROM ALKXANDRIA75CENTS ?The. steamer THOM AS COLLYKR lecvea ton at 0 and Alexandria at9)f o'clock. Coaches leave the Capitol for tke hoal at 9* o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Persons wishing the coaches will leave rbalr residence with George A Thomas Parker. Refreshments on the boat. a?2-U gAM'L GfcDNEY, Captala. 0RAN0I ft ALEXANDRIA *AILB0AL Or sat Boothorn Mall LintI IT TWICE DAHV-iJ (6WNDAY NIRHTS EXCEPTED) Between Waxhington City And the Sooth! VIA:ALEXANDRIA, SORDONSV1LLE, RICHMOND, DAN - V1LLE OREENSBOROUGil, N. C. AND D*ILY TO T?* VIRGINIA SI'RING B. Leave Washington at fi o'clock, A M. Lcnve Washington a? 7 14 P. M Leave Alexandria at 7 44 A.M. Leave Alexandria at 8 4? P M Travel 1 em will find the Morning l.lneln con nection with th^ Virginia Central Railroad, the Cheapest, most Pleasant and Kxpedltloua Ruote to THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS, Greenbrier W hite Sulphur and Fauquier White Sulphur, Warm, Hot. Alum and Capon Springs Weir's Cave, Natural Bridge, Lexington, Ac. OMNIBUSES ana BA48AGb WAGONS will be at the Washington Railroad Depot to cor, ?ev PASSENGER* and BAGGAGE, #>?? */ Ckmrg?,toSTEALER GEORGE PAGE, for A1,EX AN1)R1 A, a dli-Hp. aace of six rnliaci, allowing ample time for Fare from Washington to Klefamcnd S5 50 Fare e 44 Denvllle II to Fare 44 44 Greensbcrojgh...l2 0(? Tickeis r-rccurod on the boat. Expedition and Comfort are secured oy this It is a Li.iaor first cuii asu-ast* raoM ALEXANDRIA TO DANVILLE. THROVGH PAS8KN6 ERSand UA69AHI ?arrled without cost tothe Depot of the Petersburg Railroad. JAM ES A. EVANS, se I Agent, Alexandria. Va. FOR HARPER'S FERRY, Via Ckttmp?aJn f' Ohio Canal. THROUGH IN TWELVE HOURS! rpHE NEW AND SPLENDID PACKET 1- BOAT ARGO, Capt. Chas. H. Mbus ill, will commence making Rigular Trtpi betwet-a GEORGETOWN and the above Point, on Mon day. March 27th, lbi6. The Boatwlll leave the wharf of W. H AH* Hitter, Georgetown, D C.,every Mondav, Wed aesdey, and Friday morning, at 1 o'clock Returning, she will leave Harper's Ferry every Tuenday, Thursday and Saturday o'clock. Tbrengh Tickets, S2.2?. T^Ltuburg tkt Stag* frtm Edwards' flrrp. Families Intending to vlsltthe VlrglniaSprlngs th??coming season willftn<t this by far the tno*i safe, plesr.ant, and cheapest route to Berkeley Canon. Shanondalo, Whl'?Snlphnr and Wtrren Meals served on hoard at moderate rst??*. A coach will always be in readiness In George town to convey passengers to and from the Boat. Far further particulars inquire at the store of W. H A H. G. RITTER, Georgetown, and JOHN V. AVIS, Jr., Harper's Ferry, Va. maris?tf - - - - - ' ?' , ?<*mmmm PROTECTION AND INDEMNITY FROM LOSS BY FIRE! FIRE, MARINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE. Authorized Capital awl Sur/'Jut...SI,3ft**,151 13. FARMERS AND MBCEAXIC8' INSUR ANCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Ofut northwest cor^.rt Pennsytiania atenue and 17tk street, City, D. C. DIRECTORS. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, Georg* H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield, Charles A Rubicam, Edward R. H< lmboi.}, Georte llelmbold, P. Carroll Brewster, Jamci E. N<-all, l#aac Leech, Jr. THOMAfl R. FIjOKENCE, President. BDWARD R HELM BOLD, Secretary. LOCAL SURVEYORS. Charles Walter, No. 397 D street, opposite City Hail. Jno. M.Thorpton,corner Pirst streetand Virginia avenue, Island. James Williams, No.23 Four and-a-half street. John Rutles, No 501 Thirteenth street, bolow Pennsylvania avenue. MARINE 8URVEYOR. ('apt. J. P. Levy. No. 367 Pennsylvania avenne, opposite National Hoti.i. GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. Joha Thomason. The business of thus Coinpa-iy will compaiefa forably with the m<>*t suceettsful of similar instiiu* lions la ihe United States. From the 1st day of August, 1955, in five month*, up t<? 1st Jan'iaiy, 1P3H, the premiums receivec atnounted to tlx- large sum of one hundred and eight thousand, one hundred and fifty-one dollars, with only forty aix hundred and sixty nix dollars lossm rcporird. With theso evidences of succosnand good inan agemtnt, the directors feel instifled in soliciting a ?=hare of public patronage, believing ths? the eeci ritv offered is ainpie and ti,nt all fair claims will be adjiiKtri! more according to equity than legal techni calities. The company isprepajed to issue policies aj*intt loss or damage by tire on PWRLL1NGS, FLRNI TURK. MILLS, MANUFACTORIBP, WARB aOUSKS, all dewnpiions of BUII.DINGS, and ieircontents, or alt kinds of MKRCIIAND1SE, transported by VRSSRLS, 8TFAMR0ATS, CA NAL BOATf, RAILROADS, and the usual con veyances to or from any portion of EUROn and AMRRICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the western waters The rates of premium will be aslowasmher companies, and in fixing thera every improvement in construction and arrangement will be taken into oonsideratioa. All losses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Office northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventeenth street, Washington city, D.C. lunranre may aUo he rftecttd at the Home OffUt Horthirett earner Walnut and Second Sfremit, Phila delphia. and in other principal dues of the Un:te<l States by authorised officers of the company. Jel4-1yt COAL?COAL?COAL. A LWAY8 ON HAND. A WHITE ASH, RED 1SH, LEHIGH, and CUMBERLAND COAL. Alro, PINE, OAE and HICEORY WOOD Coal kept under cover 2,240 lbs tothe t'n T J. A \V M GALT, N W. cor. USA and C ats . No 547, one nov *-tf aqua* so?(h of Peon. ?*e. Medicine*. CHERRY PECTOI For the rapid C?r? of COCGRS. FOLDS. HOIRSEXESS. BROJft'HITIS.WHOOPIX<?-<OH.H. (ROrP. ASTHMA, AKD f?.\srwpTio.\. Among the numerous discoveries Science hu made in thla generation to facilitate the Win#** of life-increase 1U enjoymect. ?nd even pioiorg the term of human existence, nonecan beramed of morerenl value o mankind than this contrthmlo* cf Ch*mlatrv to the Healing Att A vast trial of 1U vlrtne* throughout this " " *? * proveo bevond a doubt, tbat blraMon of medicines yet kr.o control and cure the numerous < nary dlirate which have kltbeno midst thousands and thousands there la now abundant reca~>n dy haa at length been found i on, to cui? the moat danp*>roua __ _ | Innga. Our apace here will not permit ua to pah lUli any proportion of thecures effected bv Hi bat we would present the following :-ard r?f?r further enquiry to my American Almanac, wMrj the agent Lelow ramed, will alwara be pees- d to furniahed free, wherein are full parttculara. and Indisputable proof of !beee statements. Off tea or TxAssfoaTaTio*, t r?t.rena.K R O ,Ang <, 1\| \ Is JC An*. Dear Hlr.?My Tittle son, lour veais eld. uaa Just recovered from a severe^ttack of malignant bcarlet Fever, hi* throat ?aa rot ten. and ever f-eraon that visited tlm, pronouno cd hi in a dead child Having umd yotr Chssat rrcioKAL, In California, in t? e winter of lAMt, for a severe at ack of Bronchltl*. with mtlie aut co*s, 1 wes Induced to try It on mv little boy. | g'.veblma tca-spo<n fuLI evwry three hour*, com menting In the mcrriug, ar.d by ten o'clock at n:ght, i fou^d a decldcd change for the better, and after three daya u?e,he waa able to eat or drink without pain. It* use !a the ab?vr nimrd disbar wl.l tare mnny a child from a premitu e g'ave, and relieve the anxletv of many a f? nd parent For all af fections of the Throat ai d Lungs, 1 believe It the beat n.edicl e extant. A In ling of the deepest sratltode, p?oo pt? me in r-ddK***ing you tbev lines,?but for >our important discovery, my little b.>v wuld i.ow have b* < n ir> -nothrr wond. I am your-- with grert sesj-oct, J. D. POWELL, Piipt. Trata , L. K. R Roc it H ill, forr?r?ct Co . N. J ,1 July2l,laS8 f lia J C. Aver,?Slr.ce your mtdlclneba* b> - come known he?e it has a greater demand than any other ? ouwb remedy we hsve ever sold It la spoken of In term* of nr measured pralaeby those who have used It, and I knowcf some case* whete the bew* they eau say of It la not too inur h for the good It ha* done. | rake plersure in felling It, beoanee 1 knowtb&t 1 am giving my customer* the worth cf their mon? v, and 1 feel graMied '.n ae? lug the benefit It corfera. Fleato send me a further supply, end believe me Yours, with respect. JOHN C WHITLOCR P. 9. Almost any number of certlScstts csn be ?<nt If you wish it. Windsor, C W., June*?, I"i5i Dr. J C.Aver t*lr ?Thla may certify last I hhre used your l hkmkv Pbctoral for upward* of cneyear; and it la my sincere belief that 1 should have been In ir.y g ave ere this time if I b^.d not. It has cured ine of a dangerous ?ittee tlon of the lung*, ana 1 do not overstate my con victions when I tell you It I* a priceless remedy. Yours very respectfully, D. A.McCLURE, Attorney at Law. Wilksbarre. Pa , September 28, Pr. J. C. Atbr My dearSMr ?Your medicine 1a much anprovd cf oy those who have used it here, and its composition la such a* to Inauie and maintain Its reputation I Invailablv ie?cn nitnd It for pulmcDiiy affections, as do many of our ptlnclpal physicians I am your frler.d, CHAI* STREATER.M P Pieparcd by PH. J C. AY ER, Chemist, Low ell. Mass foldbyZD OILMAN, Washington, and nl] respectable drugglata. de -f 4m en van PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW OT M1BEIAQK, ? a IA Cr'oIX, H. D.i ALBANY, N. Y? (M/tfii and 1M fiai,fiata,aa< LUk tfrmpki and Plmttt. PtlfS #MLT *W?HTT-PlT? CHTI. tent Free of Featit? to all parta of tka VrIsv, tmEAPKPT MtIO* EVEE FWBLlffHEE > and containing nearly doubls the quantity of read ing matter In that of the FIFTY CKNT OK DOL LAR PUBLICATION*. It treat* en the PIIY9IOL OOY OF MARR1A6E, and the Seerct laflrmltlea^ and Disorder of Youth and' Maturity, reuniting frcccex cessea, which de tr.17 tv.e physical tBd n**u: pctr-N^J era. with Obaerratlos^ on " w Marriage, Its duties and d'se.usiitepilcaf. aa< their remedlea; with Lll^o^ raphe,lllnatraliag tba Aistcmyand Phyelolog>*.ind Disease* of the Rf prcductlve Orgarvaof octh sexea, their earaetrre, aics, aad fuRctl'-re. A poptiiai as^ oomprefcet alve Trsatlae on the Duties aad CauaalUes cf sla* gle tad married life?happy asd fruitful alllaac*, nrde of aeesrlng tfcenr.?lafelle'.torja aad Infertile axes?their ebvi&tlen and rtincval?Important hlntata these contes-platlar mairinaoay. that will ?vereoRte eojectioa* is it; none, however, ahaald Uke thla Important step without flrat concnltlnglU pages?eaasmeatxrles 01 the dlaeesea aad medical i real meat of females from Infancy to old sre, eac h aaac graphically Illustrated by beaatlfttl lllhogrt ?hie plama?nervcrsdebility, Its ceuaca aad si-ra. ?y a prooeaa at once so simple, safe, and efftoct tal that nllara la Impossible?rales for dally manage leat?aa essay on 8pormatoahsra, with nrsctical ?boefvatloaa on the safer aad MMsnoMaaoV. node ?f treatweat?precautlezary Llata on theevi.?re valtlmgfrem empirical nractlee?an eeaav oa t.l disease* arlalag from ladlacrctloa, with p.a'a i*d simple rales ky which all persons can cure them selves without mercury?remedies for tkoee sei; lnfticied miseries and disappointed hopes so na fortuaately prevalent in the young. It Is a MM* ful adviser to the married and thoaecontemplatlng marriage: I ts peroaa I is particularly recommend ? ed to persons entertalntag secret donbta of th'lr rihyskal condition,and who nreooaacloua of hav. ng kaaardedthehealtk,kapplneaa,and privilege* to which every human being la entitled. Price TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per eopy,*t Five Copies for One Dollar. Mrlled, Itee of post age, to all parts of the United states N. B.?Those who Piefer may consult Dr. LA CROIX npen any of the dlseanesnpon which thla book treats, either personally or by mall. Medl nlne sent to any part af the Vnloa according to di rections. safely packed and carefully secured fr??m all observation. Address Dr M B LA CROIX, No. 31 Maldea Lane, or Post Office Box 57# Albany. N . Y. EOSce open dally, from Dentolpm and ida\ from 3 until 4 p. m CT" Oice Rf.MOVKD from No. U Bosvn it. U 11 L?n?, iUasr, Vtm Ttrk. da* V?if tin BfflH stmts. BUT AND SSLL rOEIIOl AMD DOMESTIC KXCITAfQKi FVRNISH DKAFT* Ob all Paris of Unit?d State* aad Ear?f*; COLLECT DRAFTS Or ail parta of Uaitad StatM aad Ea**?t'> n n a w Dili*: OK lEEkAND FOR &1 OR IPWAIH) BUY AXD SKLI BONDS. STOCKS, fc OTHICR SEC?R1VI**; NEGOTIATE TINE PAPKR. Iavaatmaat paying l#r and avsr, fsr aa ?> LAID Villilll, Wa are at all times Purchasing, and I eve fr Bale.LAND WARRANTSof slldenomlnatl'ss. Land Warrants located In lows, WlbCon*la,s/ Minnesota CHUBB BROTHERS, laa23-tf Bankers , opposite the Treas' rv UO 000 PEaCit TRtCt's. AT TEN DOLLARS PER HUNDHED?P?,R sale at my Nursery, uear Washington flSS The above trees are all of fine growth. andwW of the b?t select fruit - r Also,* generalai>*ortment of ORNAM ENTaL, EV KR6KEEN , SHADE, and FRUIT TRE*? ocrttf . JOSHUA PEIRCK. Pimm H BOOKS?FINE EDI TION Of most cf the standard French Autlor* m??f of them beautifully Illustrated, olb'i* " bound, rsceoUy Imported direct from PuMf iMS PRAWe??AYLOlf.