Newspaper of Evening Star, March 21, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 21, 1857 Page 4
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EVENING STAR " BilLLIAH IS. WA? ??*?0W?OI., TB* AtWAta ai/OICUO." Loael) ? l*>n?ly f W. ?ot *>, not so! Bon d bm prase, from wbom I ptfttd Year a-ah! yeaiaago. Joyful* Joyful? No, notao, not to! For 1 Ml a painful yearalng Homeward, and the tenrdrope, burning, Down my ud eh?eki flow. Bloomy ? gloomy ? No, not ao, not so ? For 1 m the -ell-known faoea, And 1 (Ml the fond embracee; They ae near, 1 know. Hopeful T hopeful 1 Ay, 'tlaao, 'da ao' Once again to be onlted To the hearta la frtendahlp p lighted, W lih each ?ope I glow. [ from the German, fcy C. T. Breoh*. GRltF AND SMI LSI 1 hays a ami ling face, ahe said, 1 have a Jest far ail 1 meat, 1 have a garland for my bead, And alius fl >wera aie awaet,? And wo yon call me gar* she said. #??*/ taught rs me tkit tm*!e, ahe aald. And Wrong did teach this Jesting bold; Th?*e flowers were p acked from garden bet While a death chime wa* tolltd? And what now will yon aay .'-ahe aald. Behind no prlara gate, she raid, W hlch alius tte sunshine half a mile. Are captives to untomfortmi, A* touts btki>id a smile 6cd> pitv let u> pray, she said. [From 44 The .u<a?*,? kf tort. Bi liwiay. THE SUN. we do not see the ann himself, It la bat the light about him, Ike a rlnsr Of glory rouna the forehead of a sale t __ [Fulai, CHIVALRY. The world's male chivalry has perished on', Hat woman are kulght-errands to the laat. [Mrs. Brouning. ARR1VALS AT THE HOTELS. Wlllnrda' II a lei-J. 0 A >. A V1UA1I. C D Brown, NY JM Ttlton, N V J W B.own. do \V Vouigi, do A J Perry, do Dr tle ndon, USA R D Living'ton, do R tlaldermin, Pa B Fa ow. ao M Delevant, ly, NY 8 B Kendell, Ind H JffTery, ly. do J H Lorg, Pa T R rxewe 1, Vt Y Turner, Cal j a Newel., do P Steele, NY D D Brn*. Pa J A hwynn, do EE In. rborn, USN J C Tb?mpann, Kan A W Wrong, N Y B Herreck, Pa W L Smith, Mas? J fcd<<ert, NY HA Kower, R W h,ml.ton, J w K-rr, NY C W Barbeek, Kan E E Bia< kwelJ, Iowa PMchiiery, Pj C & fln-en, Masa L Barr, do C J Lewis, \ d A v\ aaicott, do TGoodwin, NY LSlttlrga, Md W Acer. H J Buckley, Mich C R Bnckalow; M P O'Hern, Md N H Fowler, NY W tjvriniW'V, U8N Dr Bossy, Md W H coie, Md Klrkwoad House?J A A 1. KIREWOOS. C 8 Pctera A f*m. Maa KB Spencer X te.-y'ts. A T Gray A ly, W ia V a R 3 Thvmp*en. Mas L E Sayage, NY L 1) Carpeatcr, Wle E Pa'ker A ly, Masa B Murray. Md L M l)avld?oa A if, O Dr Partridge, do Mra Stanou y,do A D Le*?ap. Pa J Claburre. La Com Jones, USN J Shelwoed, Pa A TlUow, Kan ? T May re, Cal >V h J am, fax L W 6o<nell, Md J L W aef er, NY J M Hall, do Oen Rost, Va W T J H Slapaon, NY J McUenny, 111 K Brlnly V? DC Springer, Md A W fltmall, do M N Fails do W A Sm th. Pa WSHaJl, Mln A R Blake y, Va Key J a Scott A lad'ee, Dr Oaborns, NY Va D Freea, r? r&UfU'TlU.M AND INDEMNITY WHO31 LOSS BY FIRE! FIR*, M\tIMS, AN!) INLAND INSURANCE. ABTHORIZ8D CAPITAL *1,*3 ,000 TARXK&8 AND M?i>'HAHIC8' IKSUB A5CK CO., Of PHILADELPHIA. Offlr? nCTl\ircti Pawjltama aren?ta and 17IA ?re?t, K>'as.ungUn City, D. C. UiRECTOaa. Ben. Tlwe. B. Plorccce, Charles Din gee, Owga H. Arm-troaf, Thomas Mautlerfleld. Caar. a A Rubtcam, Edward U. Helmbold Cso?r: R*!mb^ld, F. Carroll BreMtter, >*c.oa ^ Neali, I?aac Leeca. Jr. THOMAS B. FLORENCE, Preaideat. JIDWAP-D R. HHLlfBOLD. Secretary. LOCAL BURVEYOR8. Charles Walter, No. W7 D atreet, opposite City Bail. J ao. M. Thornton .corner yirat suae t and Vlrainla avaaaa, Isla.-vi. iaaacs WnJinms, No. 39 Fcar>aad^hal f atreet. John Rliflca, No Ml Thlrtee.^Ul atreet, betfow PennsylycLia aTcnne. MARINE eURYETOE. Capt. J. P. Leyy, No. 3C7 Pennsylvania ayaaae. opposite NadonaJ Hotel. GENERAL SUPBRINTEJfDEifT. John Tiwi Mdtmimi Capital and diiai . J1,473,MT 07, AFSRTri $323,0&7 07. lareitrd in Bonds, Mortgage-', aud Goad Securltiaa. The busing j of Uils Company will compere m yorabiy with the moat saccesai'iti of similar instiia. Hons in the L'aitsd 6tales. From the !at day of AiignM, 1855, in flee months, ap 1st January, 1356; ths premiums recciyad amount "i to the larae sum ofone hundred and eisht thousar l, one flundred and fifty-one dollars, with only forty six hundred and sixty-six dollars loaatta leporu a With theae eyldcncea of success and good man aaemeit, 0>? directors feci justified in solklting a ahare cf p?.bnc pauonage, brlieyin* that the seca hty offered is ample and ttiat all fair claims will be more according ?o equity man I seal techni The company ia prepared to mag policies against c b7 flre ou dwellings, furni lofskfl .m ^-.J!l^tTACTljRI*a? WAB? nOLBRR, all description a of BUILDINGS, and theirennfenta, or all kinds of MERCHANDISE. uaasr-.rted by VR8BSLS. STEAMBOATS, CA ? %ATS, liAlLKOA^S, and the usual con T ?r "f POfUoa of EUROPE and AMRItiCA, and on the halla of STEAMBOATS aaTisaung the western waiara The jaica of premium will be as low as other companies, and in fixing them eyery improvement ia construction and arrangement will be taken into consideration. AJ losses speedily adjusted and promptly aald. Odice corthweatc. rner Pennsylvaniaavenae and BeventeeaUi street, Washington city, D.C. effected at the Home OfUe, comer Waimed and Second Streete, P\ilty J.K^!Lpni2ip<J dtJ?* of Bmtea by aathorlaed olBeers of the eomaeav mar s-tr ? '* w . M . notice. TIME IS MONET. /"*LOCKS!? CLOCKS?:? CLOCKS "I?Call V attjc*r*>t Clock Emporium, om?m mmt of (?l"<fr a,??drw*r* frrpafw,t ??"ort- El Cl8 of New York fij aa cSk f?r ? i *> ai*o, au hj . oppoalte Browns' Hotel BURS' PUNY, COLTS, AND TOONS ^ ? cows V^reale tod"? FAST GOING T H O ? i.i yjOSroaghly ffentle T0R0NT0K56S co I*?y; a lot ofSOL COLTS. Morgan, Toronto, and otbera ? rf"*!" ofCO Ws wfth first C^Te's, of mUM 'i Dnrhsm blood -for ?leatWaa4r? s "4 -Ilea oyer the N.yy Yar^Bridget IwanlreauVo JMPenn^ayenoe, or of the Manager on the Farm. ALEXANDRIAND Vf ASH1NOTON T-uTT^E.? I ttgEZZM. 2 JOB (^OKSu.N. Cipu. CUlL ?"? COTSaT NOW (>M u to the Ton ? WhitJ A^bUilMA hEtT, SUalitibb Wmrrannd to gi?; a^Ti^J Md L?bl?^ COAL, from diit ? ' **'**f<?ction Delivered free Aiao, Hickory, Oak aaj Pi^ WOOD. N W corner l5tb ??-^ M ?ALT, w w iicisxt ~ KenI I ? ________^ (*o 17*3 By tki Fnalitnt of tha TJ Altai Stataa. N PURSUANCE or LAW, I, FRANKLIN FIERCE, President of the United Statee of Am?*, do hereby declare and make kaown that public falee will be held at the undermentioned Land Ofll-ee in the Statb of Iowa, at the period* hereinafter designated, to wit: . .. At the Land Office at Oroi, commencing ?? Monday, tke fourthimm of for 1 of the public land situated within the following named townships, via: So wU of the tan Um and weti of tke fiflk principal Township* ninety nine and one hundred, of range |^H Townships ninety-eight, ninety nine, and one hundred, of range sisven Townihips ninety eight, niaety-niae, a ad one hundred, of range twit*. Townships ninety nine aad oac hundred, of range tJUrUtn. Townships ninety-nine and one hundred, of range fourteen. Townships ninety nine and one hundred,oftange fifteen. Township one hundred, of range serenfsen. Township one hundred, ol range twenty Townships ninety-eight and one hundred, o( range 1 irmly thiec. Townships ninety four, ninety five, nine * sit, ninety seven, ninety eight, ninety-nine, and one hundred, of lange twenty four At the Land Office a: Fort Dodos, coaaanencing on Moatiay, tke fourth day of May next, tor the dis posal of me publio land situated within the follow ing named townships, via: If or Ik of the lose line and icett of the fiflk principal meridian. Townships nlnety-fjur, ninety fire, ninety-six, ninety seven, ninety eight, ainety-niue, and one hanrired, of range twenty-five. Townships mneiy-luur, ninety five, ninety six, ninety s?v n, cineiy-erght, ninety nine, and one hundred, of ia"gt- twenty-si?. Townships ninety four, ninety-nins, and one hun dred, of range tuerUy csren Township one hundred, of range twenty-eight. Township one hundred, of range twenty nine. At the Land Office at Sircx Crrr, e'mmencing on Monday, the fourth day of May next, for the dis posal -f th.? public lands situated within the follow ing named township*, vis: Sou/* of tke fast line and icett of He fifth principal meridian. T wnship ninety four, ol range thirty four. Townships ninety four and ninety-five, of rang* thirty five. T iwi^hip ninety #v?, of raige thirty**. Townrhtps ninety-six and ninety-seven, of range thirty-eight. Town hips ninety-six aid ninety-sever* of ranee thirty nine. Townsmp ninety seven, of range forty Townships ninety-six aad ninety *tv*n, of range fo ty one Township ninety six, of range forty three. Township ninety-ox, of ranee forty-four. Township ninety-six, of range forty-fire. Townships ninety LVe and ninety mx, of range /erfy-iir. * ^ T iwuships ninety-five and ninety-six. of range forty seren. K. national township* ninety-four, ninety-five, and uiueiy six, of iange forty-cignt. Lan s appropriated by law for the urc of schools, mil, ary and other purposes, together with thos. "swamp and overflowed la-ids ma le thereby unfit for culuvarion," if any, emoted to tha Siati; oy the act entitled "An act to enable the State of Ar*anKa> ami other States to rec.a m the 'swampland*' wun n the r limits," approved Srpumb.r 24th, 1850, *'i!l be exrlu.led from the rales. Tne off. ring of the above #ands will be com menced on the oaya ap oiated and wi:l pioceed hi ihr older ie. wbicn they are advertise*, until the whole sha'l tav" been offtred, and the siles thu? closed; but no *aies el.all bo kcptop*n lonjer than two week', aid no prixais eutry o. anyofihe lan<i? will be aJmitiud until a ter the expuation of two weeks. Given under my hand, at the city of Washington, 'bis fifteenth day of December, Anuo D< mini one thousanl eight hundred ami fifty six. ? L . FRANKLIN PIERCE. By the President: Thomas A Ilmrvaioa*. C\ mmiaisurii' ?. ^General Land Office. NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. Lv-oy p-rson eat.lied to the right of pre-emption to aoy o! the lands within the townships and parts of tovtnship-% ab'>ve enumerated is required to es I tab!i*h the ram-: to the . atis action of the register a i J receiver ol the proper land office, and make pay ment therefor ai toon at yractieable after iceing thit notux, iiij before the day appointed tor thr c--m tn-nc? m-nt of the public ca:e of ihe la ds embra< - ing the tract cla m d ; otherwise ?u b ? iann wui be forfeited. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Comm s-iouer ol the Censial Land Office, dec 36- t?l3w* Sale of Indian irnst Lands in Kansas Tor* ritory PROCLAMATION ? r the mt.?ir>*jrr or thb cmitbd stats* : N PURSi AR?CB OF LAW, I. FRANKLIN PIERCi , Pnreiient ofrhe United 8istes,do here by declare and nuke known that s public eal?t will bi; hem mt Iowa Point, Doniphan oounly, in the Ter ritory of Kaoeu, c< nimenc ng on Tne'dar, tiir ith dsy ol >'ay next, for tiie disposal o I such oi the lands heid in trust by the Cnlted Sutes for he benefit of te? Iowa tiibe o Indian- as are aiiuated within the undermentioned townshlpa of land in said Territory and ceded by said iodiaax in Uuu ae aforesaid, to wit: South of the lite lino and eait of the .uih frium pal meridian Townships No. ?n?, in ranges fifteen, siatean. eev ectcen, eighteen, nineteen, and twenty. Township* No. ftr? in ranges seventeen, eight een, nineteen and twenty, excepting iher-lrom a few special gants designated in the treaty, am -unt Ing in the whole to eight hundred acres, a:id situste In township two, of ranges nineteen and twenty. Also at Paoli, in Lyhias e unty, ia slid Territo ry, ecranieiicittg on Tuesday, the twenty-sixth day of liny next, lor the disposal of such of the lands held in tru*t by the Ui.iieJ States, for the l?-n-flt of the confederated bands of Kaskukli, l*e >ria. P as k*ahaw,and W.a Indians, as are situated in the un dermeiili' ned town.hipsof said Territory, and ceded by said confederated lands a< a oresaid, to wit i South ?/ the bat* I ne and eaet of tke tiiih principal meridian. Townships fiiteen, ?ix;sen and atventeen. ol ranee twenty. Townships fi^een, sixteen, and seventeen, of range twenty one. lowrshiPj lWleen, sixteen and scvunteen, of range twenty two. ' Townships fifteen, sixteen, seventeen and eight een, nf rangd twenty-three Townst:i(? fi'teen, sixteen, seventeen, and eiirht e?n, ot range twenty four. Townships fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, and eight een, of tame twenty fiva. ^ Provision having boea ui?de b7 the second and third articles of tne treaty of cession tha? esch indi vidual in mber ofsa d coni-deta ed b inds should be entiiled to one huncred and sixty acies of land ; a'd in addition, that ten sec ions choold be selected and set apart a? a national reservation ; and by the fifth article one tection ot six hundred and loriy a~res ?hould also be selected and set apart for the benefit of the Ameri aa Indian Mission Association; ahd said land*, atn iuntii g to about fnrty ight thousand acree, hay** bten selccUd in tiie following town kh>ps above tamed, uj wit: ^Township >uteen acd sevenUan, raoge twenty. Townships fifteen, aixtaea, mwiInl 'and eiaht teen, ra^ge tKao y.ihiee * ^Townahipe sixieea and seventem, range tw?ny. Townships sixteen and seventeen, range twenty five, are hereby set a part snd reserved from rale LeeoT pton, in aaid Territory, curmrnc Ing on Tuesday, the twenty third . ay or J are next, for the dispo al of sa h of the lands held in trust hi the United Slates for the benefit of the Delaware tribe of Indatns as are situatel within the ande-. menuonel townships, comprising the wottempo tion of the U ds ceded by the sua Delaware ludiano, in trust as a'oresiid, to wit: Souik of the Use tine and eati of the rixtk principal Wieruiinn Townships flve^i*, seven, eight, nine, ten. and eleven, ol range ftfW>n. s Towm hlj s seven, eight, nine, ien, and eleven, of ranre MXie-n ' Towas .ips s?*, reran, right, nia?, lea, and eleven, of range seventeen. ' ei5?ti3rw'" *x> mmm' *4*kt, 9tm''t"??of rangt I Tha tanas of raid s>las Will ta cash, and n bid will ba raee.ved betow the valua km pace! up in th? faveral uaeta b^fc* eommi-'ioaersduly appoii t a I for the p rpoa?ofelas?ifymgani valuing the >>aine; aad apou i ay meat made, re eipuin dunlionte : will be exe u'.ed tharef r, one of wbteh will be de livered to the sa chaser. l at??ts will suMcqaent y be isauel for the landa so purr ha ed in aecoroance with tha lawa in foree re. ulatins the issue th-r?of. The o ertn* of the atfrve l?nd* will beeommenced oa 'he dava re actively appointed.and will proceed in the order in whiah they are aivarti*ed, with all oonvenieit da^akh, until the whole aball have been offe el snd the safes thus eloeai. All parch ses aot paid for oa the day of sale will be reof red on the following day at tke riah of the de I flatting parshaser Qtv?n under my haad at the city of Washington this t ent -nxthdajr of F?hrua'y,eightaea handled and fity serea. FRANKLIN FIERCE. By the Pr*s4dent: Gao. W. ViinriRiiT, Commissioner of Indian Affaire. N. R ?No newspaper la author'aed to publish the fo?ecoinir al^a tisement without optcial instruobons ii that kflf? -t trom the Commis?ion*r of ladun Af fhi.-s mar fi?lawilJani MONET TO LOAN ON GOLD AND SILVER WiTOIKS. JKWBLEY. GUNS, PISTOLS, and all valuables JOAN ROBINSON, Fawn Rrohar, ' 1 ftfci-ta H? Fa. gv.j apy. BIVWM' BaM. Medicine*. ?TOP THAT OODftH I rrai ORKAT REMEDY FOR COUOtS, X Colds, Cnovr and Wnoorizte Cove* DR. ROSS'S COUGH SYRUP Otraa Coughs of the wont kind. It also cures hoarseness, tore throat. weakness of the chest, pain in the breast and long affections Where ever there la pain mix with the Cough Syrup 10 dropa of Pain Carer, and yon willfind immediate relief Dr. R one's Cough Syrup relieves and frequently cures a consumptive cough, and forti fies the system against furthes attacks. H7" In bottles at 80 oenta and tl. TO CURS CROUP. The 11 Tea of thousand of children have been saved, by as log Dr. HOSE'S Croup Syrup. It gives Instant relief. 25 cants a botbe. TO CURS WHOOPING COUGH Dr. ROSE'8 Whooping Cough Syrup la the only certain cure for W hooping cough. It cures In a short time, and allays all Irritation of the Langs 60 oents a bottle. The above valuable medicines are recommend ? ed by Physicians who have tried them In their practice. To be had of all Druggists In Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. dec 10-4in COUGH8?COLD 8? Q0ABSE5ESS DR. TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF 6UM ARABIC: The moit Pleasant, Safe and Speedy Cure for Whooping (oogh, Croup, Asthma, Diaeasea Lungs, and Consumption i Enfrtd meeotding to Act ?fCongrtst,A.D.l337. IN AGAIN PRESENTING TO THE NOTICE of the puhilc the above remedy, we feel that little apology Is needed. Vast numbers In all sections of the Union sre obliged to hive recourse to other sources of relief than the Immediate pre script on of their family physician, and as each return of the winter season brings out a host of professedly new specifics, some good, others use less, and many decidedly dangerous, It becomes as much a matter of duty as Interest, believing this to be a remedy, comnlnlng the greatest ad vantages, with the least objections of any other in use, to make It as extensively known as prac ticable. That such Is Its character, Is abundantly ? a as ? * *? * ?? ? - * - ? - * proved by tbe fact, that It has been ex'easlvely used the last twenty years with unparalleled suc cess: that Its reputation has continued to spriad and Its sale Increase, with little aid from adver tlslng or published lists of certificates, (whleh all know can as easily be had for a worthless preparation as for a meritorious one,) that by Its own Intrinsic meilt, with the recommeDdat on of persons benefitted bv Its use, li has gained Its present popularity; It Is not trumpeted to the wo-ld as a specific or cure all, but as a valuable and scientific auxiliary In pulmonary cases ready at hand, and one that has been generally fouod to aflord relief where most others have been tried wlthoat material oenefit As such, It Is recog nised by numbers of our leading physicians, who know Its composition, and have been eye wit nesses of Its superior eMm-y, as well as by thou sands of our most respectable citizens, to most of whom reference Is cheerfully permitted Sold st 25 cents, or three bottles In one, 90 eta., by NAIRN A PALMER, and CHAS. STOTT, Washington; CISSEL, Georgetown, and PEEL it STEVENS, Alexandria. Also, "TYLER'S GUM ARAB IC COUGH CANDY DROPS." the same composition in a portable form, mucn patronised by public speak ers, singers, frequenters of public assemblies, A6 . as they remove all husklness from the throat ana voice, and act like a charm on a troublesome cough. Price 12 and 25cents a box. dee 9-ly HOW TO CURE ALL PAIN. JAIlf IS THE FORERUNNER OF MOST . diseases?cure the Pain and check the disease. DR ROSE'S"PAIN-CURER will cure Kheu.-nnUsm, Neuralgia, Pains In the Limbs, Sides or Back, Sprains and Bruises, Ear and Tooth Ache, Pain or Cramp In the Stomach or Bowels, Sore Throat, Burns, Scalds, Ague or Lumps la the Breast, Chills, Spinal Affections, and Pains In the feet Indeed, it cures all Pain. [JT 12#, 25, and 50 cents a bottle. If you are Bilious and have a bad Cold? take DR ROSS'S RAILROAD OR ANTI-BIL IOUS PILLS. They cany off all blie and re move a ccld These Pills go ahaed of all other Pills In their good effects. ITT" Boxes 12 w and 25 cents. Sold by all Druggists In Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. dec 10-lm KtER'S CHERRY PECTORAL. Far ilt* rapid Cars of COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, aaONCIITIS,WHOOPING-COUGH, CROCr, ASTHMA, AND CONSUMPTION. Among the numer. us discoveries Science has made in this generation to facilitate the business of life -Increase Its enjoyment, and even prolong the term of human existence, nonecan be named of more real value to mankind than this contribution of Ch'mlstr. to the Healing Art. A vast trial ef its virtues throughout this broad country, has Sroven beyond a doubt, that no medicine or com* IndLlon of medicines yet known, can so surely control and cure the numerous varieties of pulmo nary disease which have hitherto swept from our midst thousands and thousands every year indeed there la now abundant reason to believe a Heme Idy has at length been found which ran be relied on, to cur* the most dangerous affections of the lungs. Oar space here will not permit us to pub llsh any proportion of the cures effected by Its use but we would present the following:?and refer further enquiry to my American Almanac, which the agent below named, will always be pleased to furnished free, wherein are full particulars, and indisputable proof of these statements. ovnex or TaaNsroaTATion, ? Lauren*, R. R., 8 C.,Aug 4,1853.) Dn J.C.Atxp. Dear Sir.?My little son, four years old, has just recovered from a severe attack of magllgnant Scarlet Fever, his throat was rot ten, and every person that vlalted him, prononnc? ed him a dead child Having used your CHanaT PacroaxL, in California, In the winter of 1850, for a severe attack of Bronchitis, with entire sue* cess, I was Induced to tiv it on my little boy. 1 gave him a tea-spoon-full evarv three hours, com mencing in the morning, and by ten o'clock at night, I found a decided change for the better, and after three days use, he was able to eat or drink without pain. Its use la the above named disease will save many a child from a premature grave, aad relieve the anxiety of many a fond parent For all af fections of the Throat and Lungs, 1 believe it the beat medlcli e extant. A feeling of the deepest Gtltude, prompts me in addremelng you these but for your Important discovery, my little boy would now have been In another world. I am yours with great respeet, J. D. POWELL, Supt. Trans., L. R. R. Rooky Hill, Somerset Co , N. J., > July 81, 1864. I Dn. J. C. Atan.?Since you* medicine has k eosae known here it haa a greater demand than any other coueh remedy we have ever sold it Is spoken of la terms of unmeasured praise by those who have used it, and 1 know of some cases where the beat they can say of it is net too much for the K\ It has done. 1 take pleasure In selling It, use I know that I am giving my customers the worth of their money, and I feel gratified in seeing the benefit it confers. and me a further supply, and believe Yours, with respect, JOHN C WHITLOCE. P. 8. Almost any number ef certificatesoan be sent if you wish li. Wihdsob, C. W., June V, 190. Da.J-C.Avsa Sir,?This may certify that 1 have used your Cbxkby Pbctobal for upwards of one year; and It is my sincere belief that 1 should have been la my g ave ere this time if 1 had not It has cured me of a dangerous affec tion of the lungs, and 1 do not overstate my con victions when I tell you It is a priceless reaoedy. Yours very respectfully, D. A. McCLURK, Attorney at Law. Wilksbabbb. Pa , September 88, IBM - Db J C Atx*. My dear Sir?Your medicine Is much approved of by those who have used It hare, aad Its composition Is such as to insure and maintain its reputation 1 invariably recom mend It for pulmonary affections, as do maay of our principal physicians *cJa8 STRfciATKR, M. D. Prepared by DR J O. AY KR, Chemist, Low ell, Mass Sold by Z D. OILMAN, Washington, and all respectable druggists. dec 8-4m SO 000 PEACH T%RKS. DOLLAR! my Nurser trees are al i best select fruit

UTTimilt ALLOWED 0* DBP08ITE8. MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES. era liluFiiEis, Opposite tks Treasury THE BOUSE Or 01V1I B BOT HUB. WftskbfttR, to composed of OHA8. St J. CHUBB, JOHN D. BAIIOW, HENRY HOLMES. THE HOUSE OF OHVBB BBOTHBB, BABBOW ft 00., OATMrolf, low*. to ootnpoeort of CH as ?tJ CHUBB. ALEX'S H BaRHOW. jam ?7-tf - WM- H. DOUGAL NEW AND EEAUTISVL STYLE. lufnctured from Slnte SUi?, If West CutliUa Slake Company* 1BSK MANTELS ARK ENAMKLI Imitation of the richest and moot expensive fpHBSB MANTELS ARE ENAMELLED IN X Imitation of the richest and moat expensive EGYPTIAN. LISBON, VERD ANTIQUE, PORPHYRY, PYRENEES, BROCATELLA, AGATE, SPANISH QALVVAY, and other rare and deslrablo MARBLES. The Imitation* are so perfect that they chalengethe closest ?erjtlny They are to highly polished that they retain theli beauty mneh longer than marble; are not Injured by smoke, coal gas, or acids, and can be sold much cheapeT^han anjr others la market. Prlee much cheaper than any ol ranging from 8125 to 812 ArchltecU, Builders ai tecU, Builders and others are Invited to ?all and examine samples at No. 418 Seventh street. 3 doors below Odd Fellows' Hall, up stairs! T. M HANSON, se ia-ly Agent BOOH. BINDING. Comtr Eltvtnth ttroot and Maryland l*??si Mar tkt Smithsonian Institution. Edward lycett respectfully in forms the subscribers to Brown's Blbto and Bhakspeare, now Just completed, that he Is pre pared to bind those works In a superior style ol elegance, strength and solidity, and upea much more reasonable terma than can be done In Baltl more, Philadelphia, or New York. A letter ad '.to him (per post) will enable him to ex hlblt to the subscribers specimens of hl? style ol binding. Every kind of Book Binding neatly ex ecuted. sei7-ov Rectifying Establishment. Th e undersigned takes this method of li.formlng liquor dealers that h? has fitted up a rectifying ESTABLISH MENT in this city, ard Is now prepared ts sup ply all those who mav favor him with their cus tom. He has on hand a large stoes of Brandies, Gin, Wines, and Old Whiskeys, which he can sell at as low a figure as thev can be purchaser for either la Baltimore or Philadelphia N B. The subscriber has also on hand, a large lot of Foreign and Domestic Cigars PETER FEGAN, No. 96 Louisiana avenue, near loth at. Jan 14-6m* TO ALL THAT VALUE THblK SIGH'I WISHES TO CALL THE ATTENTION to all that suffer with defective sight caused hy age. sickness, and particularly frorr glasses Injudiciously selected, to his supertpj SPECTAULKS and GLASSES carefully ground by himself to a true sp' erlcal accuracy, and brll llant transMrencv, suited precisely and benefi daily to the wearier according to the concavity o; convexity of the eye. Very aumsrons are the 111 effects caused to the precious organ of sight frott the commencement of using glasses In not beln '?fan precisely suited, by the use Wan 0?ic?nir; anc the practice of many years enablea nlm to meas are the focal disease of the eyes, and such glass es that are absolately required will be furnished wltb precision and satisfaction JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very libe ral encouragement already obtained, and furthei solicits the patronage of those that nave not yet JOHN TOBIAS acknowledges the very llbe gement already obtained, and furthei patronage of those that n*ve not yet ?mica mem selves of his aid Persons that canaot conveniently call, by send ing the glasses in use, and state how many lnch ea they can read thla print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such aa will Improve theli sight. innumerable testimonials to be seen; and ref erences given to many who have derived the greatest ease and comfort from bis glasses. Circulars to be had gratis, at his ofltce, No fl'i SEVENTH STREET, thru doort from Odd Ftllotot' Hall, rr stains. No??om, September 7, 1854. S'r?The Spectacles you made for me suit ver; well, and *?em to have improved my sight inor? thaa any other I have lately tried LITT. W. TAZEWELK I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained fAfe ?fr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance tr my sight, and corresponding with his description of the focus. I recommend aim as a skillful op tician. HENRY A. WISE. Having been Induced by a friend to vtoltthe es kVlUUM??* at - T-VI m _ _ - - more reflef and gratification than any 1 I ever tried. My sight, originally very good, wa> injured by writing and reading at night, fre Suently to a very late hour; but with the aid el tese glasses 1 can study almost as late as over, and that too without the pain 1 have previously suffarod. JOHN WILSON, Late Commissioner Gen'l Land OAae. Dm. 11, IBM. I have used Mr. Tobias's Spectacles for t^re sr four months, and take great pleasure In say lag that I am much please* wltn them. 1 hav> been much benefitted by them. MayMh,ISM. fiEOR. P. SCAKBSRGH. I was recommended to Mr. Joha Tobias as ? skillful optlolan: and as 1 have eyes of remark able peculiarity, 1 was gratified to fiad that Mr Tobiaa seemed to comprehend them by ins pec tlon and some alight meaaurement, and he has made me a pair of Spectacles that suits me ad mirably. A. P. BVTLEK July 11, IBM. Wilkiksvon, N. C., Jan. 97,18S4 Mr J Tesias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to saY that the Spectaclea which 1 obtained from you last week am entirely satisfactory. From an inequal ity in the visual range of my eyes, I have hereto found great dl Acuity in getting glasses of the proper focal distance. It affords me pleasure to rn* m O m ' ? *> S^ - " - - rver yet used. r. yours, R B. DRANK, Rector of St James' Pariah DrnKTMiit or iHTnnion, May 7, IMS. Final natural defects and the unequal range of my eyes, I have been compelled to uae glasses fot several yean. 1 have tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted to my ?yes. Foar months sine* Mr. Tobias made two pairs ?sp?elolly for ase, whieb 1 have found to serve me perfectly. By the use of his optometer he to enabled to adapt Glasses minutely to the eye. I most cheerfully recommend Mr. Tobiaa to all having occasion to use glasses and bear my toatl mony as to his skill aa an op tie lan. HENRY E. BALDWIN, Assist. Sec >y to sign Land Warranto. P. 8.?OPERA 8LAS8ES of great variety TELESCOPES A MICROSCOPES, WATCH MAKES GLASSES, and many other articles la this line at vary low prlcea constantly on hand. fru-iy GREAT REDUCTION ? *HB PBICX or BOOTS AMD 0 AITBBS 1HAVK ON COMMISSION) FOE A PHIV adelphla maau faoturer, a first rate Sewed or Pegged Calf-Skin BOOT at 83.7S, fall as good as those usually sold at SS or 88: aod a French Calf Patent Lsathor GAITER at 83.90, asgood as any at85; afiratrateCav Salter at 8S SO, these are the boat goods that Is (or ever were) sold In the District for the prlee; far the C?f, come and aee ? yourself. Terms positively cash. No extn cr^t charged to ofbet bad deb to. Call at the NEW TORE HAT STORE, Seventh street, ?ear Pennsvivaala avenue. Best RUBBERS for gentlemen 81 ? 81-tr ANTHONY. Aft MATS! HATS! ONBTANt LY ON HAND a FSU supplv of BKEBK'8 NKW YORK STYLES. jQlj together with TAYLOR*8 ggaBna HATS, of BALTI MORE The best black dress HATS got ap in the latest style for 83 SO. aa food as those usually sold at 8* fond a rood fashion able Hat at 83, worth 84; and a first-rate Hat, 82 ?. ?? The beat materials and the best worknsaashla i employed to produce a 85 Hat, which is sold fe 83 50. We do a cash business, meet with no los see, but give each customer full value for hl> money. Fait Hats unusually low. N.B Agent tut Drieeoll's Balm Flowers Tpriee SS < ANTHONY, 7th I toir - rVR. Dcritur? RUUItl are (he oaly mJ effectual cure for Externa] or Intenml Piles, SeltrbrunBjRlng-Worm, *e. Tbey are uartTal M (of purifying thf Mood Moeau n? tax O Ace 78 Ni York Will be seat by mall For tale by FORD 4 BSC of llth at PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE PHYSIOLOGICAL VltW OF MARR'AflE BT n. b. la omoix, n. o., iitaaj, n. t. 860 page* and 190 fine Plain and Colored Lithographs and Plate*. 49-PR1CE ONLY 55 CENTS-** Jf&'SerJ Jrct of poiiage to all parti of tke Uni*a DR M 11 LA CROIX'S PHYSIOLOGICAL VIEW OF MARRIAGE. A now and re*i?d edri'ia ot 950 pa^es a ndl So-plates. Pries 25 cenu a copy, A popular and compribeoMve urati-e on thettutiesand ca-uaiuraof ? in(tie and married life hap PJT andfruiiful alliances,mode otsecuringtlu ra ?lnfelki'ous' and infer.ile ones-thdr ol> viation and rroiml-neiy oes debility, iu causes and cure, by a process at once so simple, safe, and effectual, that ailure is impossible? tulea for daily manage, rnent?an essay o.i Spernu:orrhoea, with practical ?wfT\itioBi cm a fifev and more fuccfnTu) node of treatment?pn cautionary hints oti the evil remlta from empirical practice; to which ia aided r?n mt.auruts oa the diseases mf ft ma I. m?frem infan. y to old yge?eaeb <a?s graphically illustrated by beautiful piatea it p..iota out tli<? remedies for thoae self-inflicted mi'Cries and disappointed hopes so unfortunately prevalent in the your* It is a trahtul advi*' to the married and those content plating marriage. Iu perusal ia particularly recc m mended to persoi.s entertaining secret do? bts of their physical condition, and who are conaci us of having hararc- d the hi alth, happiness and privileges to which eveiy i uman burg is enutlsd to. Price 95 cents per copy, or five copies forkl, miHed free ot ponage to aay part of the Uaitod State*, bv addressing |>r. ijA rfcOU, (postpaid,) A banv, New York, enc! *ing25 cents. who prefer tn?y cnrult Dr. LA CROIX upon any ot tne diseases upon which his book ueau, eithrr personally or by mail. His med tcin s often cure in the shoit space of six days, and cr>mplet?iy and entirely radicate all traces of those disorders whh*h c^pa va and etbsbs have so lone been thoucht an antid"te. to the ruin of the health ot the p itirnt. Hi? "French Secret" ia the treat con tin'ntal reme ly for that class of disorder* urtncb unfortunately, pl.y-kians tr>at with mer- ury,to the irretrievable lie tructioi of the patient's constitatioa and which all the aarraranlla in the world caanot enre. feTl4 diwlyt31 Maiden L*ne' A,kw,y??f? Y' Peruvian* syrup. Having successfully passed the ordeal to whloh new d'tcoTcrle- In the Materia Vedlca are subjected, moat now be received aa an eatabll?hed medicine IT8 EFFICACY, IN COKIN9 . DYSPEPSIA, Affections of the Liver. Dropsy, Neuralgia, Bronchitis and Consvmvtive Tendencies LisorSered state of the Blood Boils Gen D,Jlty> atu* atl Diseases which re quire a Ionic ana Alterative medicine is beyond question The proofs cf lis eficacy are so numerous, so well authenticated, and of such peculiar charac ter, that sufferer* cannot reasonably hesitate to re ceive the preffured aid. i .L8yraP does not profess to be a tun-all, hut its range is eitenslve. because manv ?ppars*,7|r unlike, are Intimately re . .an ' Preceding from one cause, mav be cured by one remedy } The class of diseases for whleh the Syrup pro hlffledrCh'irKiilLrrCt!^,r 'hat WbJch hMso often batfied the highest order of medical skill The facte are tangle, the witnesses accessible, aad lhls aa *Cy ot 8JrniP lncontrovert ThoM who mav wish for an opinion from die interested p- rsons> respecting the character of tho 8yrup, cannot fall to t>esatisfied with the follow- i nag. among numerous te>tlmonlals, la ti a hands of the AgenU The signatures are tboee cf gen. tlsmrn well known In the aommunlty.and or hlgtiest rispeitallllty " ^ CARD. ?-TT* having experienced the bene J 0' the "Peruvian Symp," do not public recommend it to the attenUoa of the | , our ovm experience, aa well as from the testimony of others, whose Inte licence and ln "Hq^tlonab^, we have no doubt of Its effleacv In cases of Incipient itiseasea of the Lungs and Hronchlal Passages,Uyypepfla h Vm!L?mpDropsy. N?u alKTa ic. Fndee<i SS iwtm^ve^]powerteftimooJr? ? we do iura, JOHN PIEEPONT, THOMAS A DfcXTF*. ? H KKNDALL, M D SAMUEL. MAY, THOMAS C. AMOftY. ? ^'LMAN. Special Agent, 360 Pennsylvania avenue, and at the Oenerai ?ebC&'0eIn<r M * atrMte> Navy Yard FILM?PILKS-FILB*. WE C^.L ATTENTION TO ALL WHO ,17 JS? a?icted with this dreadful complaint to Ue fotlowtng ewom certificate from one of our most respectable clUxena. the fWther-ln-law of the proprietor of the ?'Courier dea Etas Unls " aid fonaerly gunmaJter la Philadelphia: _ _ Niw Yoax, Au*. <8th. 1808 . ?i??Dear SirI hereby eerti/y that 1 mTa?ti^. ed ^P1 tbe Pllw nearyr ilcty feare. that I have used eighteen bottles of Barnes' ?jj* '3d ?vw7thlng else I ?onid here of, k^all to ao effect, for they, did me little or no good. About two months since, I commenced using your remedies for the FUm. a-d hawthn wito,iv that they have had the dealred mfcl?*f?^ Tf 1 COD!ld?I almost a complaint. f. VALLBK, 78 Franhlln at - Bute of New York, i Ii.J??*Ph C. LawrenSfdo17eJehy(^Sai^'ii| strife iraysrrst lngbyme duly sworn, did depose aM ?v thll "* ""?<"?* by J .?MvSi5S5i i sa. -I Public of the State of New Vorw ?J!f ? 01 new York. ?7 Wall street, New York *edieal Pacultv of the Dal tea States te produce a certificate equal to the 2S2i Dr-Remedlesare U e on?y I I?i2Lcure w?r f'Iternal *nd lntaraal Piles. Calx I w oents per aox * Offlee?7?Nassau street, New York Willi ""wi?! *.nIi>art of United SUtes IFor sale by FORD h BKU., corner of llth atreet and Pa ave. Washington, b. C. ec SI H W. 8. IHKTZKHOT1. (Biennoi to Gxoxsn Hi lb vs.) ' ?' Eavaa * limes a* a sad William ? Millar's CELEBRATED PIANOS, AS ALWAYS ON HAND THE LAKOE81 ?tock of PIANOS from ?I7S ap te tl^M. MKLODEONdflwmSM te ttM. ?UITARS, VIOLINS, BRASS INSTR*. <ENT8, FLUTES. BANJOES, ACCORD. SONS, aad SHEET MUSIC, eheapar thaa la Mqafia pnhllahedaad wrtufi nwj day. T fiPII IK i I' 1 ' Ufir?tKfl io? F1W 101TT1 to TH1 lOVTHWllT. niArmtkCHAii tiroii railr >io COHMICtm* rpiK LAST CONNtCTINt LINK OP 1 RAILROAD Wwif" the Northeast a?? Pcuthweet, fanning u entire Rntlroad roeae*. ties MwmNKWYORK AND THE ML:WI?. 8IPPI RIVER, VmAUBCSTA.Be Tkk rood will be MBpltied ?4 ?fM the regular tmnejortntiou el Pm?>?gw Freight by the let of April. end wlH off ** too-e ! Expedition, ?4 then lit Mkrr route between the Northee?t and South wort Pes rceia it d ShlpperewUl take doe n ifiC(omi ihfDMm according I y The Fitlgbta In charge of the Adams Kx^mi Com ?ar la carried over (bis wd dtlly by the h?pl trains. P C. ARMS. mar lB-tf ttiml Superintendent. O&ANWKbAUXANORlA ?U K. tOU. araat Boothtrs Mail Llot ' mWOD'ILY TRAINS (SUNDAY NIftHTS 1 ex-epted) lenve Alexandr _ ex*e ptcd) ltavr Alexandria for At 7M a m.andSMP m Fare Sftfto. JAMES A. EVANS, feb 1* WASH INGTON BRANCH ItAlLKOAB. Trains leave Washington pos BALTIMORE at ? and s* a. m , and 3 and 4? p m On Sunlay at 4 E p. ? LeaTa JALTiMORE for WASHINGTON at IKandtj(a m .and 3 and SJf p.n On Hudav at 4 jf a. m Passengers for Philadelphia and New Tart win take Trains at ?, ttjf? and 4#. For Annapolis will take Trains at P# aad 4J|. For Norfolk will take Tralas at 6# acd 3 For the West wll take Trains at Sand 4#, con necting at the Washington Junction lanie-tf T. H. PARSONS, Agent ~F0R ALL PARTS Of THE WEStT BALTIMORE AND UHIU HAILJiUAD. iVete and Improved Arranf*m*nt*. Three trains daily from balti I more, for Cumberland, Wheeling, and til parts of the West. 1st The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave, (except Sunday) at ? 4ft a m . connecting with trains from Philadelphia, Arst train frt a Washington (at Junction) -wii stop at way sta lions and arrive at Cumberland at 4 o' loci p. m. 3d- The MAIL TRAIN ienvee Camden Sta tion dalle (except Sunday) at 0 30 a. m , and reaches Wheeling by 4 a. m , connecting at Ber, wood with trains for Columbue, Cincinnati. Day ton Indianapolis, Louisville. Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, '"hlcago, St Louie, Cairo, and UMarsne dlate points. 3d Ihe EXPRESS TRAIN leave* daily at 7p. m.,connecting with express trains for Cic cienstl, St. Louis. Cairo, Chicago, end ln?ermr dlate places The distance to Cincinnati and other central and south era places In the Wen*, is nearly 100 mllee shorter than by aav other roete i The time to titeee places la also unequalled 1^7" Baggage checked tbro^h ?o Co umbus, ClnrinnaU, Indlinapolla, a d n Louis E Passenger* and Baggage transferred at all free ' THROUGH TICKETS will be sold to all tks large towns in the W est, at the lowest poseRt* rates, at the Ticket OAce, Camden Static a, and at Washington city ~ A eecocd-class ear la attached to the Mall Train Passengers fromJBaUlmoreor Waahinrton mar 94 rw I As SHitrs road Ay dofligk*. by taxing Ae eommodatioa or Mall ^rain. and lying over at Cumberland or Oakland They resume next morning by the Exprcee Train, weteh oaves Cumberland at ? 30a.m.; and reaches Whash ing at 3 p m P asset gers from Washington have ample time for meals at Washington Junction This is the only route by which Through Tick ets and Baggage Checks can be obtained la Washington FOR WAY PASSKS9KR8 The Accommodation Train at ? 45, will stop si all kiatlona eat of Cumberland, and the Express at st?. Ions brtween Piedmont, got g west F?st wardly the Mall Train leaves Wberllng at 7 If a m , and Accommodation leaves Cumberland at 6 30, reaching Baltimore at ft 4ft p m The FREDERICK TRAI* start* st 4 p is , (except Monday) stopping at way stations Ltav<e r rederlch at ? a m , arriving at Baltimore at 11. 30 noon. The ELLICOTT*S MILLS TRAIN leaves Camden Station at 6 a m and 3 90 p m. Leaves El neon's M ills at 7 90 a m . end 7 9" p m , e> cept Sundays. W S WOOD^IDE, jaa 16-tf Master of Tmneoortatioa THE REW YORK AeD LIVhRPOOL OJSITED STATES MALL ATKAnSKI. TAs Skipt oeamaM?* tAis Lum ars : The ATLANTIC capt Oliver Kldrldge The BALTIC..... Capt Joseph CematKk The ADRIATIC Capt James West These ships having been built by eoatract*i Cily for ?oven ment service, every care hat taken In their construction, as also in heir engines, to Insure strength and speed; and thetr accommodations for passengers are unequalled for elt-ganoe and comf -it. Price ot pneeag irom New York to Liverpool in lr-t cabin. 913.; in aecond do , R76; exclusive use of extra sire sute ooes* . S3T6 From L vsr pool to New York 30 snd *0 guineas An expe rienced Surgeon attached to earhsi ly. NobnU can be secured until paid for Theshi^s of tbti line have improveii water-tight bulk h<eds,as4 to avoid danger from loe will not crone the Berks north of 42 decrees, until after the 1-t of Aug as'. PROPOSED DATES OF SAILING rROM NSW TUkK. R*ttr4tj. Jumtt ?. 1UT 8Hor l?7, J?nc*rr 17, 1*4" SMare*?, iwitrt SI, 1SS* 8?tor l?j, F?brn?ry 14, IK* Btti'di;, Hirth IS, 1M1 aMmrd^T, April II, lu:,K?Su?at>, tyri; I, i*?t Silirdtx, U-J S, 1st? V?lu> .?} April SS, 1*' rn>>M uvaaroou SWnnjtf, Juwr} 1, 1M" W?4iw4t;, J?n??r? Jl, IV e?4.Mter, hktH ) ?. is?7 V?4uh4?). r?brLji.-) IS, V*en?? !.t, *, 1?*7 Sklur'tftj, M>) St, 1. Sa-nrdaj, Jaac S, 1SS" Batordfty, J dm SS, 1SST 8?tura*y, Jnly *, 1SS7 Sstarday, Ji'y IS, 1ST) We4nc?^&r, lu?r f~, 1S47 W?J Jar* IS, IMl Wwlu*?4?y. Jmd? M, 1** Vtdnwlaj, Jislf I, 1*7 Vxlimd*;, Jmlf tj, IMi For freicht or paaea e spnly to EDW D K COLLINS, No M Wall-st , N. Y. BROWN, SHIPLEY A CO , Llverp ol. STEPHEN KENNARD A CO , No It7 Aus tin Frlaia. London B 6 WAINWRIOHT A CO , Parts The owners of these shim will not be aoroan table for gold, liver, bullieu, specie, kwetry, precious stones or metals, unless bit's of lading are signed therefor aad the value thereof express ed therein fcn3> ?????v?? SEASONABLE SPRINO MOODS. JOHN M SMOOT, No 11S DR1DRE ST, Geoigetown, D. C , bns received and I* nov rffering to customers, an nssortment of SPRING GOODS, to which large additions will ?oon he made from th^ New York auctions, and of the latest Importations He haa now reeeived and is offering the following Roods, vlx : Blk Gro de Rhine Stlhs Chsllle Robes and Gca'ahalr Plaids Soualin, Challle and Berage Delaine* aln Moualln Delnlna (medea and bright colors) Plain Pink, Blue, Buff and Green t rench Bril liants and Cembrioe White and Buff Chi nixes and Brilliants, (neat flguai BngUsn aad American Prints, new styles and Rst colors, lljfc Striped Calieos ?nd Sattlens, for chll<tTen Indie Dimitry and White Brilliant*,cheap Plaid and atrip* d Mu>llna from It Re totfte. 6-4 White cambrica (of Jones' celebrated ma^e) Beat English Loig Cloths, (for ladles,) nan make Jaconets, Nainsook and Swiss Muslins 3 and ? 4 Blk Monslln Delaines (Lupin's) Bombaxlice, AUpacas and Ecgilsh Crapes Blk Love and Crspe Vei's sad Crape Colhri Embroider le? acd LI nea Cam brie Handk?fc Dunbar, Dlckeoc, and Rict erdsoa Irish Linens Linen and Cotton fbeetlng* (be*t makea) Shirting Cottons (of all the mostarprovod makes) Table Damasks, table a.othaaJNnphiaa Bird Eye, Bu'kabeck a- d Scotch Diapers Colored bordered Towellings, Russia and Amer ican Crash White Msrsellles Quilts Genu' and Boys' Ca*slmeree Cottoned*?. Denims and Nankeens Velvet and Bonnet Ribbons Ladle*' and Genta' Kid Wwr (nil sixes and ?umhe*v> English H Been, ABw I Lndlee and Mlaaea' Cotton i With mane other eeaeenubftt Gnada, te which he Invites the attention of jtetnmi snvtng aad csjA customers J R. SMUOT. max 6 if ? ST4KJR IN TMB vlb DOMINION COAL COMPANY, RAN AW Ma CODNTT, VIRUIRI A. SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL BE RECEIVhD O at the Banking House of Chabb Brothers for the remaining stork of the nbove company, be ing three hundred ahar*a The capital stock is Si d son (dollars ) of which S70 MM has been aunoerib*d The mlaea aw now prepared for a'H?e < perationaraad ? ptrr eect lr.tereet will be ga iranteed upon the stock now efleiv-d for e le. by the original e'.oekhoiders, for the ptriod of t^yenre r Particulars In regard to the emek.-nad Hoproe* SsSL^jfe???*** ****** ? r. P, DANDRIDBR, AMI. ESSb