Newspaper of Evening Star, November 13, 1857, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 13, 1857 Page 4
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few band* other EVENING STAB. THE iTARVine. ?T A. *. m. moiKRIi I hear f he starving men .who have chant*] all my years heir griefs and wrongs. their hopes and fear? ; NVhoee lowly voice and pen. Through wears days and sleepless nighta. Were oonseorated to their niMa? I bear their plant again! I list their atormy oriee? Their slow and desporate daily tread? Their muttereu watohword?- lieathor Bread !'* 1 see their hungry eyea! And well l know that, whenoe they oome. Their wivea and hahes, in misery dumb. Out drive them with low sight. Thoe. then, I plead tbeir oaitae! They maroh not forth to wrung or spoil ? They otaim but sufferanoe for their toil, T. fr'*7?ine tnavs' They will not lift marauding hand. Nor threat the mailt with ttaintng brand. Aor brave our sacred lawe. f Bat, <x>me they wiH to light!? o Heaven s light!?from aquahd pens, rom dwellings worse than uetstlf dees, ? . From hanger, oold and blight: ???00 aanken eye?each pallid cheek? "?*-*11 thus with voice of thunder speak ? 0 Christians ' is this right * 1 charge you hear th-Mr cry ! Ye. who unto n0?r Father said ? " Wire us this day our daily bread"* Pass not thoeesuppnanra by! Our God batu Messed you in the laud? And ye as aarthJy atewarta ata..d Betwixt tha Low and High ! Dare not to ahrink, or wait! But. gird > our loins. O Christians now ; Go! learn where Want and Suffering bow ! Go! pour vour Love on Hate * Go ??. where W ealth bath piled his hoard. Aad tell to Dives, at hia board. That Laiarus keep* the gate! CT* Nicaragua baa bad eight different Presi dents within eight years. ILf There Is a strong movement in the South for shipping cotton direct to Liverpool. si11?" A yOUn& ?on ot Dr Ha,e' of Cassopolia, M'cb wm, i??t w^k, k,iiwd by f4lh ?t<> a well *i5 feet deep. UZT Mr. Thomas Bartlett, of HavrehiII, N H , was strangled to death, last week, bv breaking an ab<oess in his throat. Twenty dollar bills, changed from twos on tbe Farmer*' Bank of Kentucky, have ;uit been put in circulation at Pittsburgh. ID" A drove of mules, numbering several hnn ?f?? Kentucky. coining north, passed through Trenton on Saturday. Am?? nfm'd.Henr>* Ze?"?er committed suicide Ha West Philadelphia on Saturday, hy discharging the contents of a double barrel nun in bis mouth. * ?sITF' Mr. Broscover. of Wayne, Ohio, a days ago. was attacked by his?0:;. and hi* b* and arms terribly mingled, and he was otl wise so badly injured as to endanger his life. JET' A young man named Joel Hendrick was drowned on ?*turday. in New Haven harbor, s*on returnin*?' io a s*iB from * Aching excur The light-houae at Barnegat fell to the ground on the 3d inst. It had been expected for ?ome tiifce and a temporary lighthouse had just oeen complied. IL/" Charles Lamb, when a little boy. walkinz with his sister in a churchyard, and reading the epitaphs, said to her. Mary, where are all the naughty people buried tJFTJi0.?*. u '?ail fo!1yfor h,s ^'?ds to tell himthat hemusf'nt enlarge his debts, when them doing all he can^hiuk of to contract Bush Grafton, steward on boa'd of the Eclipse at New Orlean %, was shot 1.. the head a *S?; * ao un<nown person in Gravier ?ireet. . iL/- John McLaughlin, 7? years of aire was k'lled s, e ,tandinS tbe d2or of a aStftf la Mana* ?treet> -New Orleans, on yR S* the ?Bimal; but it filled his mouth so him ? ?UV ' e do* bad 10 he billed to put him out of misery. * Cir^R ink* SUt^d thjil ,h<fr< *,x of the New York City Banks ready and anxious to resume specie d'1*r. ?od otUer. pr.pPh.j '? ??? interest# of ,b5 a RT A ?.ew Water-meter is about bei*<' intro duced in Boston. A peculiarity is a simple and r?fnetr:^0d0f.(lr,,n,"P tbe machine S pfij SSSSLSl^ l? prTy*at feezing, by me e tL !Sur "Upply " tb* wa"*e-eook in nevn<2kJVi4Ur(1,iy iM,ow named Francis Bur ney knocked down Peter Lelf, while the hn. waa standing in front of the Union Hotel in Al bany and robbed him of *55 in mon-y Burner M^^and'hTni^ *nd afterward* attempted to J^apc, and broke his leg in the great effort to nS'SKIT*"" ?1 the mUls and Stories In th^Ti the 1 lo? ?.OW #r*umin8 work, among L. Jha I. nlon Mannfacturlnu Company of Norwalk, Ct . the Chicopee (Mass ) \/ai? the MUl^al lSlV.11 and ^ Ma^sanoit Klour SI?Ui ^W|U ?J?? 'OO" ?,n*ular W Ithaca, who had a paa^ion flower grow out of the flesh of his dis .eg, has since produced In the same wav a cluster of orange flowers Dr. HawW^w tbe VtThInTtV r^1 t0 the limb to tbe height of about three inches, when it soon developed E^Ln?r > b0dJ,, re*enibllng the buds of ^hl SSSdaS ?Sfi'y Mf>0,ed t0 ,be n?ht the bads ?aBanded into if.wer*, wbich assumed a i^auti S^5deyof^?psrp!r co,?l Thw flow,?rs arp r?m wv ? nubetance, and are gradually ar?7? ^neafh 'he Skin VVhilefbey are in blossom the boy is relieved from pain. tT7~ Mrs Woodman is the wife of O. O Wood v??s in ??^i?,lrPeHrOU, p'ar,ter a"d '"der for many Is^ n? a Mississippi. Mr Woodman W(^drr,i husband, nor has Mrs fai h?uT iifi Th r'PU.U,U>" of he'ng an un l 1 hc writer of thia knows both paries, and knows Mr. Woodman to have been in the years gone by one of tbe most devoted Ln? ^ i^'M"eVer,,4d Hul Mn. WoJl!2 SsT?iL, C' ureatly given to dre?, ioved in JfOt^wavTPOv'* aod ^hionable foll,es. and she hH b?u led , rrn compromised That fre^ wTli^TnAh * ice of any kind of her own and choice we do not believe >r,H pronh?ey tliat such is tbe bend between the mar ne<{ pair that they cannot live a^rt 7nd ba^he 2iL* * ^ bi? to Alr V\ o,r?an-s h*.'Va-?d (Mass ) H<Wutl,ca*, y0v 7. a? hi *r" Ci,,ro- '?i"o1a, Mr i^ltr5fto7*th?t ^ h"" 'amu'y In'the^Ah! An employee of the Kailroiui Com.wny a vo.,nv 1,1?!?*"' fu,<br<1 ,nto a room where Mrs A a as iterallv groping in "thick dark:.e*s " with feel >l*r Cht^ abnit two *eured La for?u?ately already been window* ^1 ?uc^eeArd ?? Ifetting her out of a he. ?rm? ,;d ta.dT b"T!? '.?d ssJSws,/a-a.-5a5arte death * fcw seconds of a ternbU AKRIVALB AT THE HOTELS BKOWN?' HOTEL.?John W R'ce \th r Vo H xZ J A Tur?er, do, Capt L'BlJnev 5^ "Tbl:fm*n SC. M H oining.od I,d7 * ?^Z:3 ?'?v GS!ifc!i.wJ?i;slj'S*( yi R A 'Uo?" Pa/surKy?.|fk2,;rMd1i V1 Levl* Walker, Oa" J A Melii' '' ^ ? B F Lushbauxh, Md. m, ' V rS ' ^f1' Miss Latimore, do, Jad-?e Crain \i!l Pul,r,Vi. ?' Pratt, do; Tb^ S AV.^derd' *r1,; " ^ TL? SS.(Nil RA?oJdKrr' vX'oi^ w IT; ** y p? w V n!CB V ciirCMi|,erry' t aN ; J 0 t s ^ WU LARD S HOTEL -Capt H A Pa2e L H v' p xv'rV,nA%a: W " Thomas and lady N \, R B Wade, Gn: Thos Child, jr, N York C C vIT*i j ST*! J 0 ?JI*?n? Ohio; J K Berry, It' arl*?^' Md- W C Baker, Pa; E Whit naoie, Md. K Ciimimn^ and lady A A Arnold rf^.vtS^swas1. A Cmm- !*Y, O A Ganae <x*t. Com r Calhoun, F Maretta, NV. I'?n"j R v!"' ?Com P F Voorbiee, m ' ' ) "?> Md; J H Stimpoon do* Mi?? W Week aiTudAv ! ir ^'f do' K Cawlander. do; W | ?todd^d. Md, Mr V?; H Knvlish do- i ""^h, do; G Roberston, NY; C W Woodman. NH??*' ,d; J Ack?'man, Lelim?W S Thiyer?NJv,,W H>RJ M RoT?H N B and M Hobs. / W ArWiat" K??V*, aod Grayson, Mi?? St< pLen?..n J m 115!. i", W A Jones, Va, R T Creen J B r ?*?lar2 B owa, DC *-'????, J B Biooks, Md, '? MOVEMENTS OF OCKAN STEAMER* Faow tmi L'jiitbd Ststbs Anc? New York...Havre Novl* Amkia r.""11 Olaairow Jj'w'P??l...?ew York...Oct ?1 la V. Vork...Oct, 91 cfi?f*W?? ?.ti."nh*r?- ? New York... Nov 1 A I?Ti, ^ New York... Nov 4 Vande bi p?el... New York... Noel I n*r*!!fnnt" NewYork...NoTl4 . Tc California mall iteamers laave N? vnrw C? the *th and 90tk ot ??clmoItlT Y paorotAL* roft Indian ooods. Uth da* of fiovembar M^t. |by.ft|nu?ki?jt?oap?Ji? Che Indian depertmentfor falSllinyfJ * \ i Cn bona vitb tvimi for other Indian purposes, as follows: Class No. 1. _ . Mackinac BlmnJtett. Clothe, and Dry Goodn. M ?ra *-?iat white Mackinac Mankets, to mea sure ??by 72 inchea, and weigh ? founds 3 ooo pairs 2*t point white Maokinao blankets, to measure 54 by 66 inehee, and weiga S wands 1J00 pairs 2-point white Maokinao blankets, tomea sure 42 by 5** inches, and weigh 6* potmds 1JOO pairs IS point white Maokinao blankets, to measure 36 liy 90 inches. and welch pounds 1,300 pairs t-?oint white Maokinao blankete. to mea sure 32 by ? inohes. and weigh 3J< pounds 3T0 pairs 3-point soar let Maokinao blankete, to measure 60 by 72 inohes, and weigh 8 pounds 400 pairs point scarlet Maokinao blankets, to measure 5? b? tifi inches, and weuh 6 pounds SW pairs 3S point green Maokinao blankets, to measure 66 by 84 inches, and weigh 10 pounds 400 pairs 3-point green Maokinao blankets, to mea sure 60 by 72 inches, and weigh 8 pounds 400 pairs 2S p"int green Mackinac blankets, to measure 64 by ft inohes, and weigh 6 (founds 200 pairs ;tt?-eoint indigo blue Mackinao btankets. lo measure86 by 84 inches, and weigh 10 pound MO pairs 3-point indigo blue Mackinac blankets, to measure 00 by 7* inohes, and weir h 8 pounds 300 pairs 2%-point indigo blue Maokinao blankets, to measure&4 by 6-? inohes,and waigh 6 pounds 200 pairs 3>*-point Qentinellablue Mackinao blank - measure 66 by 84 inebtSMd weigh 10 lbs. 300 pairs 3 point (ientinella blue Mackinao blankets to measure60 by 72 inohee,and weigh 8 pounds 380 pairs2H-point (ientinella blue Maokinao blank measure 54 bv 66 inohesjuid weigh 6 lbs. S 300 yards fancy list blue eioth LoOO " " black oloth 500 " M green oloth 4.500 " grey list bine oloth S^no " aaved " blue oloth 3,000 " ?* *' soarlet oloth 1,000 " ** " green oloth poands worstedjarn, 3 folds loo dozen ootton flag handkeroluefa loo " Madras " 250 " Mot ootton " 5o M blue silk ," 50 '? 8 4 ootton shawls 100 " ?-4 ** 108 " 4 4 " jn ?? 8 4 woollen sliawla 1,000 pounds linen thre?o 75 " sewing silk 900 pieoes rihandt 150 jross worsted gartering 75 pieoes silk hanakerohiefs 35,000 yards calico 25,win ?? Menmao calico 15,000 ** blue dulling 15,ooo " white M 5,r?i " Georgia stripes S.<TO " blue aenms 3.000 " cottonado 15.oom " bed ticking 2 000 " Kentucky jeans 3,50" " satinets 10,600 " elaid hnaev 5.iioo ?? bleached shirting an, oi*i " domestio shirting, (unbleachecn ao.rwio " sheeting, " 10,nm " cheoks, stripes and plaids 20i) dozen woollen socks 2.1 00 yards flannels, aaaorted 1,i**i pounds ootton thread dozen spool ootton S"0 ponndi best Chiaese vermillum 900 ?? " Amerioan ijno " brown gilling twine. No. 30 14 ootton maitre 2.400 flannel shirts 2,400 calico '* 10 dozen Canadian belts. Class No. 3. Ready-Made Clotktng. 200 frock coats, indigo blue broad oloth 2ito pant loons, " 300 ve?ts, " M loo frook coats. " heavy twillai loo pantaloons, " ** 100 vests, ?' " loo Mackinac indigo blue blanket oapotea 100 blaoA satinet overooats, < Mo. 1) loo aheeps gray oloth overooats 100 " " ?4 ooats loo " " " pantaloons* 1?0 black satinet coats 100 ** pantaloons 100 " vests 200 blue satinet ooats 300 " pantaloons 2no " vests !300 oadet mixed satinet ooats ,200 " " pantaloons 200 ?* " vests. Class No. 3. Hardware, Agricultural Implements, and Arts. 6,000 pounds brass kettles l,ooo tin kettles, (5 sizes,) 200 nesti Japanned kettles, 8 m a nest 90 dozen 10-quart tin pans 75 " 6 " 4 75 M 4 ** M 100 " 2 " " 300 " butcher knives 300 " soalping '* 25 M xnn flints 90 gross gun worms 190 " squaw awls 125 " fish hooks, assorted 91 dozen fish lines 3*0 cross needles 150 dozen coarse tooth ootnba 190 " fine 190 " scissors 15 ** bush soythes 15 ** grass ?* 15 " grain r in ?' adzes So " (rubbing hoes 00 " weeding " !<*? pairs hatnes 3W " traoe ohains loo log ohains Son drawing knives, 10 and I? inohes In lensth ?90 augers, in equal proportions oflH, I, JJ, and K lask Sno hand saws SO cross-out saws, 7 feet in length 90 g ?? t? 90 dogen hand-saw files 10 " oross-out saw filaa 10 " w <od rasps 290 quarters sooke chisels, X, 1, and S uaeh 70 pUnes. fore and jaok 29 doieu shovels 25 " spades 600 oarnp kettles, (3 aizes) 3.0i*i short-handled frying pans ino d'<zen basting spoons 30n " iron table spoons 200 ? " tin oups 15 " soy the snaths 25 " axes, to weigh from to 5H rounds loo " half axes, to weigh 3*( pounds 70 ' hatchets, to weigh Impounds 15 " broad axes,ordinary size SO zine mirrors 75 " fire steels Class No. 4. Northwest Guns. 1,800 northwest guns, flint lock 3"0 " " percussion look. Proposals will be reoeived for the dilivery of said goods at Bohton. New York, Philadelphia. Balti more. New Orleans, St. Louis. Memphis, or Cin cinnati; hut in considering the bids, the oost of the transportation of the same to th'ir respective dea tination* from the p aoes proposed to oe delivered will form an element in deciding upon the proposals. The right will be reserved to requ:re.a greater or less quantity of any of the artioles named than that sp?ciu?<! in the above schedule; and also any others of a different desonptiou that may be needea, at the lowest market prions. (iiM>ds of American mannfactnre. of the required styles and quality, will r?e preferred; but as the sam ple* of Nankels and clotns are foreign IVhries, it will l>e n?ces?ary, in proponing a domes tie article of either of those kinds, that a sample thereof shall ao company the bid. The articles to be furnished must, in all respects conform to and be equal with the samples reoentlv saleoted. which may be seen at this office. 1 hey will be rigidly inspectej and compared with those samples by an agent or agents appointed for that purposo. Such as may be unequal thereto in any particular wi'l r>e noected; in which case the contractor will be bound to furnish othersof the required kindorquali ty wit.nn three days; or,if that be not done, they will be purchased at hisezpense. Payment will be made f<?r the goods rroeived on invoices thereof, certified by the a?ent or agents appointed to inspect them. It wil1 be understood that all bids for furnishing the good* abov? specified may be rejected at the op tion ofthe Department, particularly if made by ona who is not known as a manufscturer of, or regular . iTVn' th? article proposed to be furnished; whion fact, or the reverse, must be distinctly stated in the bids offered; and that the bids of all persons who may have failed to oomply with the ooi ditions of any contracts they may have previously entered into with the Lmted States shall, at the option of the Department, h? rejected, in acoordanoe with the letter and spirit of a joint resolution of Congress relative to bids for provisions, elothing, Ao., for the use of the Navy, approved 27th Maroh. 1854 Bonds will lie required in the amoant of the bid for thu futhful performance of the oontraet, with twoor iT>re sureu?s. whose sufficiency must beoer tified b> a L'nited States Judge or District Attorn -v. The proposals must embraoe the articles wi?h the quantities th-re??f, as ?h?y sre arranre<l m the fore going schedule, wi'h the pnres annexed to each, in dollars and cents, at which th?*y will be furnished, and the amosnts must be carried out and footed up for ea?h olaas. They should be submitted witta the (?Mowing heading: * ! [<?r w?l hereby propoae to furnish for the ser vice of the Indian department, and according to th? yerinsof its advertia-ment therefor, dated Ootober 15th, l?57. the following articles, at the prioes thereto atfise l. (here insert the list acoording to the elassor cias e? proposed forj deliverable in the city of IHogton, New \ork. Philadelphia, Baltimore, New UrUans, St. I>iui?, Memphis, or Cinoinnati, as the case may bel by the fir-t day of April next, or at such time or times during the year 185R aa may be or-lered by the I'ommissioner of Indian Art urs; and ' 1 Vr. wr*r 1 ?w'l. furnish, at the same prices, sueh sdditioiial quantiM s <?f rh? same kinds and qualities ol goods, and at the lowest market prioee, such othdr nrticij*? of \ d.liur?nt drfenpt on an t>6 re quired (or the' the fndmn department dur ing the year IM8 deliveraMa as abtive stated; and if this oroposa. be accepted. I here m.ert the words,'IB wliuio or in p^irt. il more than oiut a!u> for,| I |or execute a satisfac'or* to the (,'onuruaaiorier of India* Affairs for the (aithful serforinauoe of the aaine." [Hera inset: whether the party proposing isor isnotaman ufa"turer or dealer in the article proposed to be furnished. 1 Kach p.oposal must also lie acoompanied by a ? iiarantee, in the following form, to >m signed by two or mo'e responsible parsoas, whosesuffiaienoy must he eertihed \rj one or more persons parsonaily or of ficiary known to the Department: ?*l (or welh*reby guarantee that the above bidder, [or biddsrs.) if a "ontraot shall be awarded to him, for thi-m,laocordm: to hia [ortheirl foregoing hid or proposal, will execute a oon'raat, and givaseou rity f??r th ? pcrfS.nnanoe thereof, as prese'ibed in ?haadvarfi*rm?nt for Proposals for ladiaa Goods. dst? d (teloVr 15. ia*7; ard I [or wej agree to pay any and ail darnagM or loeaes wtiion the ''nfted P'a'eeorthe Indiana >oay ?uffer bv reaaon of fall??-a ao to do on the part of the as id bidder [or bidders."! . .1 fiU ba considered that does not strictly oonfbrm to the terms and directions of this advertisement. By order of tha fteorstar* of the InUnor: -.w CHAULM E. MIX. oc 30 dVAStawMiNov Aotmg Commtssloaer. Vocal tad Instrumental Xuiic. bods deairous of availing themselves of Mr. Palm , in* ttaMBMlTM Of Ml ?i'i servioes are r*^iMt?? to enroll their 1 s*rly aa posaible. Tbi? Claea ay stem i> more ad vantareoua for the advancement of Children, than any other ayatetn of ^Itw equally advantageous lor the perfecting of th? moat brilliant performers. Tnxi is Advanck. Primary Claaa #5 for quarter. Advanoe Quaes ?10. All applications to be made to Mr. W. H. PALMER,at hi* residence, HW F street, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth. Trr Georgetown Classes meet every Monday and Thursday at iv o'clock, at Miss Harrover's (George town Female Seminarr. se 24 tf N ORMAL MUSIC SCHOOL. C. L. IRVING will open a Muaio School for In dies and Gentlemen, At Temperance Hall, on E afreet, between 9th and 10th, ou Monday afternoon, November 2d. at 4 o'clock. The objeol of thia School ia to make ladies and fentlemen thoroughly acquainted with Music from ho Elementary principles to Compoaition and Har mony. Claaaea will be formed for the afternoon and even ing of Mondays, Wednesdaya, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock and 7. The Georgetown Claaa meeta at Miaa Harrover's Seminary on the afternoons of Tueadaya and Thura davs, at 4 o'clock. Terma?Per quarter, 22 lessona, in class. ?*; pri vate instruction?Vocal, Piano, or Organ. 8*2. Application may be made to Mr. Irving at the Hall at the time above named, at Ellis's Music Store, or thoagh the Post Office. oo 24 tf M MUSICAL CARD. R.GEORGK M.AKTH bega leave to announce to Ma friends of Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria, that he ia now prepared toi furniah MUSIC for Balla, Private Parries, and t Soirees. From one to any number of Muaiciana to be had at the shortest notioe. Orders can b? left at the Musical Depots of John F. Ellis or W.G. Metaerott, or at his residence, oornertith and G streets. Navy Yard. oc2i>-3m* Dancing. |) A N C I N G ACADEMY. Mr.T P. GASZYNSKUnd DAUGHTER have the honor to announoe to the l^adies and Gen tlemen of Washington and Georgetown that he will re open his Classes for Dancing in( Washington on Friday, the "Jth of October. Mr. Crouch'a Hall, oorner of Jith at. and Pa. av., over Farnham's Bookstore, for M;a?es an<1 Masters, from 3 o'clock p. m.; for Ladies *ud Gentlemen, from 7 o'clock p.m. Georgetown?on Wednesday, the 7th of October, at Miss Harrovcr's Ladies Sem inary, from 3 o'clock p. m. For terms and particulars application can be made at Mr. G.'s residenoe, 4tr7 E street, between !)th and loth streets. ? se i2-6m rjjJ SEVENTH STREET. tobTas, O P T I C I A N, Office Second Story, three doors from Odd Fellows' Hall. Spectaoies and Glasses suited to every aight; Opera, Rbatting, and \V?inhm?in,.'? -?> ?. Glasses; Telescopes, Microsoopes great variety; CoHinoramic Stereoscopes with views of superior and choir* pictures on han<l. See adver tisement in National Intelligencer. Tk* n.MONIALS. Norfolk, September 7.1854. Si a: The Spectaoies you inadc for me auit me very well, and seem to have improved my sight more than any other I have lately tried. L1TT. W. TAZEWELL. I have tried a pair ef Spcc,tables obtained from Mr. Tobias, and hn>1 them of rreat assistance to my sight,and corresponding with hisdescriptionof their focus. 1 reooininend him aa a skillful optician. HENRY A. WISE. Petersburg. October 21,1854. About five years ago, 1 obtained from Mr. Tobias, in \\ ashington, a pair of Glasses for ttie spectacles which 1 used, and found them of great assistance to my decaying vision; and my opiuion of him is, that he is skiliiul in the preparation of Glasses for eye* not too tar gone to be benelitted by such a id. J. F. MAY. ? Ltkchbcro, November 7,1864. From an examination of Mr. Tobias* Glasses, and from his observationa and remarks, am convinced that he is a skillful optioian. J. J. BLACKFORD. M. D. Lynchburg, November 10. 1854. Mr. John Tobiaa, having furnished ine with Gins sea, by which I have (wen greatly aided, (my vision having Buffered greatly from reading at night in my earlier life, > it affords me the highest pleasure to aay that I consider in in a skillful practical optioian, and well prepared to aid those who may need his professional aenncea. WM. B. ROUZIE, Eider oi the Methodiat Conference. Wilmington, N. C., June 27, 1354. Mr. J. Tobias? iJtar Sir : I arn happy to say that the Spectacles which 1 obtained from >ou last week are entirely satisfactory. From an inequality in tiie visual range of my eyes, 1 have heretofore found gr?*at difficulty hi getting glasses of the proper foonl dis tances. it adords me pleasure to state, that by The aid of your optometer this difficulty has been happily obviated, ao that the Glasses you furnished me are decidedly the best adapted to my eyos of sny 1 have ever yeLused. Very respectfully yours, R. B. DRANE. Kectorof 3t. James' Parish. Having been induced bv a friend to visit the estab lishment ef Mr. Tobias for the purpose of try in* his classes I was furnished with a pair slightly colored blue, whice have afforded me mor? relief and gratifi cation than any I have ever tried. My sight, origin ally very g'Hxl, was injured by writing and reading at ni*ht, frequently to a very late hour: but with the aid of these glasses I oan study almost as laU; as ever, and that too without the pain 1 have previous ly auflered. JOHN WILSON, ? Late C-ommiasioueer Geu'l Land Office, Dee. 11,1866. I have used Mr. Tobiaa's Spectacles for three or four months, and take great pleasure in saying that I mi much pleased with them. 1 have I>Mq much benefited by them. oEO. P. SCARBURGH. May 5th. 1806. I was reooinmended to Mr. John Tobias as a skilful optician ; and as I have eyes of remarkable peculiari ty, I was gratified to find that Mr. Tobias seemed to comprehend them by inspection and some slight Seasurement. and he has made me a pair of Specta es that suits me admirably. a. 1\ BUTLER. July II, 1856. ? . . , Washington, Ang.R. i?5fi. Having been for years nnder the necessity of hav two sets of glasses?one for use in daylight,' and one tor lamp-light?I procured one set from Mr. Tobias which answered both purposes. I have used his for several months, and find them excellent. EDWAK I) STl'RBS, Of Department of State. Mr. J.Tobias. Sir.* The pair of Spectacles you furnished me yesterday are particularly satisfactory to me. They are very decidedly the ben I possess, anfl I am the owner of eight or nine pairs, oaref'ully selected in different places and from opticians rec ommended to me on account of their professional standing in France. England, and the Unite.! States. I have '>een a'so plensed with your reinaiks and di rections on the treatment of the eves, for the pur pose of preserving and impioving the sirht Respectfully yours, CHS. CALDWELL. ProfBsaor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. Brooklyn Orthoi-armc Institution, ?AP"1' 18-Hi After most oareful examination of Mr. J. Tobias's Glasses, I arn enabled to testify that their hardness, clearness, polishing, and exact optical shape render them particularly rocommendable to thoae whoae merely optical impairment of the eyes are in want of snoh auxiliariea. 1 consider, moreover, Mr. Tobias fully qualified to determine the fooua of the eyo.both by his optical knowledge and experience, and tiy means of hie optometer. In addition, I can further state that Mr. Tohns has aupplied some of my pa iienta with Glaaaea, to their and my satisfaction , LEWIS BAUER. M p.. Physician and Surgeon. Berlin: Member of the Hov a I College of Surgeons, Enelund; Member of rhe Medioal Society of London, and of the Pathological Society of New York; late Sur *eonoftho Koyal Orthopaedic Institution of (anehester. England, and Surgeon of the B. O, Institution. Norfolk, Va., July 27,1854. In the experience of even two years, I have found great difficulty in obtaining Spectacles that were ex actly adapted to the wenkness of iny sight. T/ns in oonvenience Mr. Tobias seems to have removed for the present by the substitution for me of better and more suitable Glasses. They are clear, chrystal-like and comfortable to my eyes. I would commend him to those who from age or other infiriiuty require ar tificial aid m this way. J. J. SIM KINS, M. D. Wilmimoton, N. C., June 16, 1854. To persons who have Had the sight of their eyes so impaired as to require the use of Glasses, I would recommend Mr. John Tobias as a suitable person from whom to obtain such Glasses a* they may re quire. as he has suited me with a pair of Spectacles for a far and near sight. My sight lias been impaired very much by a servioe ofyeareinthe Post Office Department, which berth required ine to l>e on dutv from 11 o clock at night till after day, during which time 1 used hut one light. W. A. WALKER. Department or Interior. May 8, 1855. From natural and tho unequal rvnra of my eyes, I have lx?en oompelled to use glasses for seve ral years. I hsve tried different opticians without obtaining glasses perfectly fitted te my eyes. Four nionths since Mr. Tobias made two paira especially for me, which I have found to serve me perfectly. By the use ofhia optometer he ia enabled to adapt *lessee meat rnmutery to the eye. I most eheerful ly recommend Mr. Tobias to all having occasion to use glaases, and bear mv testimony a? to his skill aa an optician. HENRY E. BALDWIN, _ aa 25 Asa t S*e'y to aigii I and Warrasta. API A NO for S37, one for $75, and one for *loo, for sale or hire upon reasonable terma. Must l>e taken at onoe from the store to make room for othera. JOHN F. ELLIS, no 22 _ .yfi P*. ave.. near corner V'th at. / i E \ UIN E I TALI A N MA CO^A ?ONL " a Jnst imported. a supply of Italian Maooaroni of the veay Mat quality. ? KING k BURCHELL, Cor. Vermont ave. and iftth at. JJNEXPLOSIVE ETHEREAL OIL. Vvho*, ,An-.^V*n*d. tmu KTHERFAL OIL UN. EXPLOSIVE in ita oharsoter, and which gives a superior light, burna longrr. and smokes less than theKfhefaal Oil usually aold in this city. The right to aell thia Oil in the Liitrict of Columbia is *uar ante*d to the uoaeraigned, and is aold oaiy at the Depot, No. 481, northwest oorner of E and 1 It Is streets, where ita superiority will be ahown at aiy time, rhe price is the same as the explosive. 4tr dera will be punotually filled by leaving them at the Depot. oo2l-eo3fn FR. KTIfTX. Grneer. IVKW AND PRETTY STYLES OP WOt?L t n en Gooda. China Ornaments, Papier Mache. fte., Jte.,iust receive,! at MoLAI GHLIN'S. No. 20 P*.avenue, " between 8'h and ?h streets. HARGAfNSinseoond hand PLinos at ?uii; "? - FASHIONS, new Goods, Combs, Brushes, Toy a, China. A e . at ? ?? MsLAl GHLirii. QOLD ?Unovi*_ O FOMLTMB. MEDAL PRKM1U WILLIAM na Nos. I, ?, 5 and 7 North Eutaw street of-flTVii

poeile the Eutaw House, Baltimore. They have aJso juat opened tmv Sale* Room at No 2tn Baltimore atreet, between Charles and Light streets, on the premises partly oooupted by n|r Htfnry McOaffery aa a moate store, where they wiL keep oonstantly on hand a lante assortment of plaia and highly-finished grand and muui Piano Fortes alao, Mei'xieou*. from the beat makers, from 4 toS ootave, some with double key-boards, double reads, and atop* to suit small ohnrcnes. Bmng extensively enlaced in the mannfkotara o Iianos, we wilt sail wholesale and retail, on the mot beral terms. Oar Pianos were awarded the highest arermun. (fold medal) at th? Fairs of the Mary land Institute two successive years?October, 18S5, and 1856? in op position to fourteen and e'ght{ien pianos from some of the best makers from New N ork, Boston ami Bal timore. We were alsoawarded the first premium at the Industrial Kxhihition held in Richmond. Vir ginia, 1856 and 1896. They have also bean awarded the highest premium (silver medal) at the Metro politan Mechanics' Fair for 1857. In addition to tbis we are in possession of testimo nials from the most distinguished professors and amateurs in the oountry, which can be seen at oui warerooms, speaking for themselves and others of the high appreciation in whioh our instruments arc ?very where held. \nd ill not give entire satisfaction. Wholesale dealers will find it to their advantage to give ua a call before purchasing. Pianos exchanged, hired, and tuned. mar 16-1* WM. KNABK t CO. THE LARGESTASSORTMENT OF PIAN OFORTES is to be found at the Music l>e pot of loo 13} W. G. METZEROTT. Watches, Jewelry, &c. WATCHES, jewelry. and fancyar f f T1CLES. I have on hand some of the best Gold and Silver WATCHES, fine Gold JEWELRY, in ft* sets and single pieoes, FANCY ARll CLES.fte. Call and examine, at OKaifla J. ROBINSON'?*, oe 90-2*1 349 Pa.av., oppo. Browns' Hotel. LOCKS!?CLOCKS! !-C LOC K S!!! CLOCKS!?CLOCKS!!?CLOCKS!:! A rood BASH CLOCK for (I. Every style of Clocks at J. ROBINSON'S. pam Also, Clock Materials, such as Keys, Balls.fcfji Wires. Oils, Hands, Ac. iaj Clocks to the trade at wholesale pneea. CallBJu and examine, at J. ROBINSON'S. or y* ?m 310 Pa. av.. opj?o. Browns' Hotel. Baltimore. Washington, and vir giuia Hank Notes taken at par for all kinds of rich and fashionable GOl.D JEWELRY, tine G ti L I) and SI L V E R WATCHES, GOLD CHAINS, SEALS, KEYS, LOCKETS, and ail other choioe goods, for a few days. 1 have just received a tine assortment of new Goods, which 1 am prepared to sell at very low prices. Please call at 338 Penn. avenue, sign of the large Spread Fugle. sean-tf H. O. HOOD. C PROGRESS IN THE PINE ARTS. Painting and Photogbaphy Combined. PUOTOGRAP uTC PORTRAITS, In Oil Colors, on Canvas, Miniatubs ok Sizb or Livs. S. WALKER'S PORTRAIT AND PICTU RE G ALLE RY, Odeou Hall,corner4>? st. and Pennsylvaniaavenuo S. WALKER has fi'.ted up the above spacious apartments at a ver* great outlay of capital, thereby renderirnr his establishment one of th? most com plete and handsome in tho whole oountry. He has a iarge Gallery for fret exhibition of upward of 2TO line Oil Paintings, by some of the best ancient and modern misters, to which he intends to add fresh importations. S. Walkkr has also fitted npa com plete suit of rooms, with private robing apartments for ladies, and purchased the finest possible instru ments, and engaged a first olnss operative artist to assist him in the department (or taking ali kinds of PHOTOGRAPHIC. AMBROTYP.E AND DA Gl FR R EOTVPK PORTRAITS, from the smallest miniature to sixt of life. S. Walkr*. f?y combining the Photographic Pro cess with the art of Painting, of which lie has had 2i years' experience and whose specimens of life size portraits may be seen in some of the first fami lies of the citv, as well aa those exhibited in his Gallery, he wifl ! e able, by the combination of the two, to produce portraits that have never been cx oelled for their hdchty and Iife-likeexoression. Can vas and boards prepared bi himself expressly for the purpose. Particular attention paid to the paintiny of Por traits. Miniature or lifc-aixe, from amall pictures of deceased friend*. Photographs taken from oorpaea, or aick persona tak?n at their own residences, on immediate notiee. Committees and classes taken in an? number in groups, and an* quantity of oopies from trie same sold at roaaonable charges. Likeneasos painted on Copper for Tomb Stonea. Valuable Oil Paintiuga, and Old Family Portraits, careftilly t>ack lined aud restored to their original freshness. Indies and gentlemen are rerpeotfully sohoited to oah at the Gallery, over Shiliington's book store? entrance4K street, two door* from Pennsylvania avenue. ivtl-Am ??HINA. GLASS, AND EARTHEN WARE." K. H. MILLER. SON~A CO., IMPORTERS, Alkxani>ria, Va.. |Have received two instalments of their fell auppliea fro,n the English Potteries.' life and wi'if continue to accessions to jf their stock till the business season sets in. ... .Miller. Son A Co. can assure their frienda and cuatomera that their atock ahall be of the moat deairnble description, and that their ortcea will com pare favorably with those of any dealera in their line in any other market in the United States. R.H. Millkb, Son A Co. have prepared them selves to offer to merchants every inducement to make their purchases in their line. WINDOW GLASS. They havejnst received via Antwerp and New Vork. from the great manufactory of "Roux." New Brusse Is. 1140 boxes Frerch Window Giaaaof supe rior quality and of different thicknesses, which they have imported under such circumstances as to enable thein to otter a auperio* article at very moderate prieew agSI tf New grocery, wine, and ~ LliiUOR STORE. The anbaeriber bega to inform his friends and the public, that he has opened a N EW STOR E, cornet of 12th street and Louisiana avenue, where be in tends to keep constantly on hand a larre and varied assortment of Foreign and Domestic WlNEs, LI QFORS, CKJARS, snd FINE GROCERIES, consisting of Fine Toas, Sugar,Coffee, Floor,Soap. Olives. Raiaina, Fica. Sardines, Anchovies, Otard, Marrett A. C<-? Pinet A Co., and Col. Cnalmrd's Brandies in esses, demijohns, and caxks. Old Jn maica Rom. Sherries. Madeira, Port of various de scriptions, St. Jnlien Claret, Chateaux Margaux in cases. Champagne Cider, Brandy Fruits, Reynold's Edinburgh Ale, Anniaette, Maraschino, Ouraooa. Absynthe.Champagne, and a large and varied de scription of Havana Cigars. Also, Stoughton Hitters, and Fever and Ague Bitters. Porter, Ale.i.nd Cider. Families are particularly invited to call and exam ine the stock before purchasing elsewhere. Mem l?rrs of Congresa are also informed that their orders will be promptly attended to, and delivered at then residences at the shortest notice. A general assortment of fine Havana Cigars, im ported direct by the wholesale and re tail Canal Boats rnpplied on reasonable terms, and pr.Kiuae taken in exchange. Levy's Old Whiskev, oonatantly on hand,of I84t>. Country orders punctually attended to, an<l oonn try produoe of all desoriptions received on consign ment. JONAS P. LEVY, ieft-tf No. m Twelfth street. QOODS FOR VIRGINIA BANK NOTES. R. H. MILLER. SON A CO.. will sell a!l descriptions of CHINA, GLASS. iinilMT) QTEENS WARE. GAS FIXTCRES.J^U Ac., ko., at their usual regular low prices. witli a discount of five per cent, for cash as heretofore, and receive in payments notes of any of the Virginia Banks (except the Bank of Kananwa) at par. Any and all debts due them, can l-e raid hi the same currency, with thanks to such of their debtors as choosa to avail themselves of this prop osition Alexandria. Sept. 29. 18*7. se 29-tf MIOM~lT?NDON.?The Lawifnll of Columbus, by Capt. Beecher, royal ravy, S3 50 ? Structure and Functions of the Eye, by Spencer Thompson, M- D., #2.25 Cairues Character and Logio of Political economy 61 26 Rifled Ordnance, 1 vol.,plates. $1.75 Onwold'a Dictionary of Synonymea and Paron ymes,50oants Honweli's Johnson, enlarged edition,4 vols.,many engravings, Crooke's axed paper proeess in Photography, 75 oents Life and Services oi Palmersten. pamphlet. It cents The Book of Amerioan Song", 37 cents Mill's Constitutions ofthe British ^olonirs. ?3.75 Blakey's Political Literature from the earliost times, 2 vols., ?3.50. Imported per last stramer, 'nj FR ANCK TAYLOR ONE SPLENDID PIANO, almost new. for .a 150. Call and see it at the Music Do-. pot of W. G. METZEROTT. oe 10 earner of ilth street and P*. av. The secret infirmities of youtiI AND MATURlTi, Just Published. Gratie. the 25th Thousand. A few worita of the Rational Treatment, withost Medicine, of Spermatorrhea or Looal Weakneas, Nocturnal Emissions, MjtlMimL Genital, and Nervous ?>ebihty. Pre mature Deoay of the System. Impo-yC3Cv tency.snd Impediments to Marriage generally, by B. DE LANEY. M. D. The important fact that the many alarming oom plaints. originating in tha imprudence and solitude of yovth, may l>e easily removnd without Medioiae, is in this snusu tract. ol*arly demonstrated; and tb? entirely iew and highly suooessful treatment, as adopted by the aethw. Jully siplwasd, by means of htoh every one is enabled to oure Himself aerf< which everv one is ewUded to eure Himself perfectly and at the least possible ooat. thereby avoiduia all the advertued rostrnma of th? dar. Sent to any addreea, gratia mid poat free, in a sealed envelope, by remitting twwanataiie stamps DR.. Or, LANEY, seZt-dAwtf It Llspeoard street. New York. : ? ? r , / "u? j botween 9th and l?th streets. <>?* JOHN F. ELLIS. w"? wawm Yfccmtsh Capital.??? ?? a to ng;m rw crok ftiixnre! SF? A r . at the UM1 City rates, without ,e for Policy, st their <>*oe, comer of reat and Prnuiylnaa AmM.awr lb* City Savings Bank. Dirbctobs. _ ?&??? Sr*?nu S"i2?w l^wSF James c. moGUIRE, pimh>i, Suftoii D. Hanmr. 8serstarr. a# U-ly JJAMUNS BOUSE ,ROTHKM, Dnoiiri - Dnotiti notirid and Checks paid without efcarge. Drafts on the north em seal>oerd o ties received on Deposit at par. and Exchange on said Cities furnished to depositors wiilioWt oUsrgs. Interest on Deposits?Intereet will be allowed on Deposits at such rates as n&] ha agreed upon. Dbposits l* Viroinia and Lncvbbxnt Monet. Deposits in Virginia r.nd other I'nourrent Money re oaived to he checked for. payable in same fands, or in ?peete, we charging the regular Exchange Discounts.?Notes. Drafts, and Biilsof Exchange will bedisoou uted.and I joaiis madeon Stocks, Bonds, and Securities, at the market rata. Lbttxbs ot 6rkdij.?Letters of Credit will ba {arm shed, negotiable in the different Cities of the liuted States, on Dep<?sit of Money or CoJls?emls. and interest allowed if Money is deposited, and oharged if Collaterals, on saoh tar mas may aeagraai apon. Tbavxlino Bills or Exchawob.?Travelers will be tarnished with drafts in such sums as may be de sired negotiable in the diflerent Cities of tha Union. Bills and l.mnior Credit on ENaland. Ire land and EtJRorx.?Bills of and Letters of Credit on England, Ireland and Europe, furnished at the market rate for Exchange, in sums to salt. Bonds, Stocks. Ac.?Bonds, Stocks, and Securi tiea paying from 6 to 1* sr. oent.. always for aaie, or bought in the different Citiaa at a commission of s pr. oent. Where Stocks are bought upon orders, wa reserve tha right ta call for a depositof 10 pr. aaaton the oost. Bonds or Stooka will be ordered by tela giMh. Raii.boad. Cite, and Statb Bonds.?Railroad, City, and State Kb ruts aan be raoed in our handa for negotiation, either in thie country or Europe. Rati* road Iron pnronaaeU for oash or with Bonda. Land Warrants.?Land W arracta bought at tha market rates. All Warrants told by ua are (ssrss Utd in erery respect. ^d Warrants located on commission. d Warrant quotations regularly farms bad if re peated. Warrants will ba forwarded to Western Honaeaol orders, or aeut for sale on commission to responses partiea. Real Estate akd lN?r*ANcn?.?Real Eatate bought and sold^ and Insurances effeoted. Claims on Initkd States. Court op Claiks, Congress.?Claims on the United Statea, beforethe Court of Claims or Otncress, intrusted to aa.will be proceouted by prompt n'.d ab;e attorneys. CHUBB BROTHERS, jan 87 Opposite the Treasury. Banking housk or CUVR R B ROTHE RS. Depoaitois depositing Hank Notea wffl pleaae mark their Cheeks paynble in currency. Deposites of Gold will be psid in Gold. Accounts wi II l?e opened with depositors allowing them to deposit Hold nd Wheck for currency, the depositor heiug credited wi'h the difference. se 2H-tf CHUBB BROTHERS. JNTKREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITE8. MONEY to LOAN on STOCK SECURITIES CHUBB BROTHERS. BANKERS, jan tt?tf Oppotif lit 7V#sj?f?, Mtaicmet. I^he greatest r ? w MEDICAL DISCO f M R J OF THE AGE. Mr. Kbnnbdt, of Roxbary. baa discovered in tma of our ooinmon pasture weeas a remedy that oaree RVER T XIND Of HCMOR, from _. , Tkt ft or at Sero/uln /fo?e* to a commom Ptmjus. He has tried it m over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases, botu Thunder Hu mor. He lias now in his possession over one hundred certificates of ita value, ail within twenty milea of Boston. -a Two bottles are warranted to cure a nursing Sore MOneto threehottles will care the worst kind o.* Pimples on the Face. Twotv three bottlea will clear the system or Biles. Two bottles are warranted to sore the worst Canker in the Mouth and Stomaoh. Three to five bottles are warranted to ours tha worst kind of Erysipelas. Oac or two hollies are warranted to ours all Hn mor in the Eyes. ^ ^ _ Two l?>tties are warranted to cure Running of In* Ears and Blotches among the Hair. Four to six bottles aro warranted to ears corrupt and running L'icers. One bottle will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or thrr* hottles are warranted to ours the worst kind of Ringworm. Two or thr*e bt?ttles are warranted to cars the most most drepcratc o&se of Rheumatism. Three to four bottles are warranted to oure oalt rhenm. .. . Five to eight bottles will oure the worst sase of Scrofula. .. _ .. A benefit i? always experienced from the tret bot tle, and a porfect oare is wan aj;led when the above quantity is taken. Noihi ag h>oks ao im*robat>lc to thoee who have in vaia tri ;u ail the wonoerftil medicinea of the day, a? that a oommon weed grown.? on the pastures and along oil stone walls, shoulu cure ever* humor inthe avsiem ; yet it is a fixed fact. If vou have a humor, it has to ata^rt. There are no IFS nor AN I?S. hnma nor ha's at>out it auiUnt ann.e cases, butfrot yours. I peddled over a thousand bottlea of it in the vicinity of Boston. I kr.ow the etfeots of it in every oase. It has already done some of the greatest cures ever done in Massaohasetta. 1 gave it to children a year oid. to oid peopie of aixty. I have aeen poor, puny, wormy-iootnng ohildren. whose flesh was soft and flabby, restored to a perfect state of health by one fottle To thoss who are subset to a siok headaohe, one bottle will always cure it. It rivee great relief in aatarrh and dizzinesa. Some wno have taken it had been coative for yeara. and have l<oen regulated l>y it. Where the l?od) is sound it works quite easj, but whsre there is any derangement of the funotiona of nature, it will cause very singular feelings, but roii must not be alarmed; they always disappear in Trom four days to a week. There is never a had re suit from it; on the contrary, when that feeling is gone, you will feel yourself like a new person. 1 h"*rd some of ths most extravagant enoomiums of it that ever man listened to. . .. . In my own practioe I always kept it atriotly for hu mors?'but since its introduction aa a general family medicine, great and wonder*I virtaea have beer found in it tnat I never suspected. Several cases of epileptic fits?a disease which was Always considered incurable, have been cured by a few hottles. O what s mercy W it will prove effec tual in ah cases of thatnwfnl malady?there are bit few who have aeen more of if than I have. I know of several cases of Dropsy, all of them aged people cured by it. For the various diseases of the Liver, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side. Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Disensea of the Kidney a, A c.. the disoovery haa done more good than any medicine ever known. No chi'.r<e of diet ever necessary?cat the best yoe oan get snd enough of it. Directions for Use.?Adults one table-spoonful per day?ohiidren over ten yeara deasert apoonful? ohildren from five to eight yeara. tea-apoonful. Aa no directions aan be applicable to all oonstitutiona. take auf&cient to operate on the bowoie twios a day. MANCPACTrRltD RT DONALD KENNEDY. No. 120 Warn* Strut. Rozbury, Af?us(A?l(lli. A rents for W ashinctos.?Chaa. Stott k. Co., Z. G'!m?n, Kidwell A l>awrence, J. R. Gardner, Burry A Co., b. Walsh A Co., F. S. Walsh, J. P. S'onc. Martin Kinr. Nairn A Palnr^r. Schwsrtx A Co 0 Hoswell, Daniel B. Clark. J. P. Milonrn, Duorar I)yson, Fori A Bro. Agents for Georgetown.?R 8. Cissell, O M I.enthc.m, J. L. Kwwell. 1PT Wf PRIVATE MEDtCAL TREATISE ON TUX PHISIOLOG1CAL 71KWOFMARRJAUE. By M. B. La CROIX. M. D.. Albany. N. V. ton pages an 1 ISO fine Plain and Colored Lithographa and Piatea. II^TPRICE ONLV?CRNTS.^3l ojroitai* to mil parti of tkt rates. Dr. M. B. La Croix's Phyaiologioal View of Mar riagc. A new and revissd edit.on of So and piatea. Price 25 cents a oopy. A popular and ooiri treatise on the duties and ossualties of single and married life?hai>py and fruitful alliances, mode of securing them?infelicitous aud infertile ones?their obviation and removal?nervous debility, ita causes ar.d cure, by a process at onoe ao aimple. safe, and effectual, that failure ia impoasilils?rules for daily menagemert?an essay on Sper m.itorrlMra. with practical observations onaMferaafl more successful nnsde of treatment?precautionary hints on the evil resulta frem empirical practice ; to which is added commentaries on the dueasee of fe iralee? from infancy to oid age?each case rraphisal ly illustrated l? beautiful platee. It 'points out the remedies for those aelf-iMflieted miseries and disap pointed hopea ao unfortunately prevalent in the voung. It ia a truthful advieer to the married, and those contemplating marriage. Ita peruaal ia partie ularly recommended to entertaining aeoret doubts of their physical condition, and who are o<?? acioua of having hazarded the health, happinees and privileges to which every human being is entitled to. Trice 25 cents per ooay, or five oopiee for ?t. mail ed free of postage to an; part of the United States, by addressing Dr. L A tlX (J I X, (post paid.) A it-any. New York, enclosing 26 cents. N. B. Those wno prefer may conault Doctor fl.A CROIX upon any of the diaeMes upon which his bcok treats, either personally or by mail. Hie medi ouies oPen oure in the short space of six days, and completely and entirely eradicate all traaes of those disorders which oopr iva and oubehe have ao long been thought an antidote, to the rmn of the health of t^s patient. His " French Secret" ia the great oon tmeiital remedy for that olaaa of disorders which un fortunately. pnyaiciana treat with mercury, to the irretrievable destruetion to the patient's ooostitu tton. and whioh all the sarsapanlla in tha world aan n?fc!rro<toe No. XI Maiden Lam. A!ba*y, N. T. fen 14?It MY STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES being about the largest ia this city at thie^^m time, and having been purchased before the rise in Leather, aan I* sold at about 15 ts 9*w y per cent, leea than goods purohaeedat Uu U 11 H?it Fa nnA we Nrw buckwheat mkal. A ohoiee lot of a?w ffcpclrwheat Meel received to-dar. KI'll* BURTHELI.. oe ft Cor. Vert**,* %v# it i m 11 m , QRANGE AND AUKXAlt DR1A~RAILROAD BMMAT SOUTHERN MAIL LINE l^sxSa Witt&3Ezit& Lmtm WukiBitoa it ? ?'?to?k k a. Washington at 7 o'ciook p wl. For LYNCHBrRG awT tb* SOUTH W P.ST. Iwi WmMn at ? a'daak *.??.. amv* is LYNCH BI RO tataon>?M4KB..?MMi(ii witk tk* trains *atk* Virginia aa* T*an*ea Ro*d for M KM rHIS. Mu, Suim from Char ottesville to Ljnchbarg a distance of 60 ante*. Par* from Washington to Lynckbarg. #7.75. Tb* steamer OF ORG K PAGE. foot ?(#?*???? ?tr**t, being owred bv tb* Railroad Compsay. ru o? to conned in wuii the triune. Tickets for L;b?iImki proaarad oa U* Boat. C^Cwniiibusisaad Hutwe \\ iicdi wili beat U* Dep<>t of the Washington Railroad, to aanvey pti sengers Rod hatmr to the Steamboat. for A mm dr.H. a dietaaa* of six mil**. al'owing ample tiam for meals. J AM KB A. EVANS. Agent. Aiexiu>dna.Jaly.l&57. _ it t-tX yy A-? Hl.NttTON BRANCH RAILROAD. TRAINS RUN AS FOLLOWSt Pram WASHINGTON at 6 a. m.. oonneotong a* Retay with train* for the WMt, and at Baltimore with tboee for Pkila4*i?iMa and New York;at a. m.. tor Anna poll*. Baltimore. Philadelphia, and New \ ork ; at S a. an. for Baltimore and Norfolk and at Relay with Fr*denck train. _ EX PR ESS at 4.* a.m. at Re,ay tor tk* W*at and for Annapolis. Baltimore. Phdaoelfksa. and New York. On Sunday at 7 a. in., aad 4* *. m. From BALTIMORE for WASHINGTON *4 4.15 aad 9.15 a. ia.. 3 aad 5.15 a. m. On Sunday at 4.15 a. m. and 4.15 a. m. je W-tf T. H. PARSONS. Agaet. STfctoV?aw aim..." Leave Alexandria at 4K, 7Jf, 9. N EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent ex tension snd improvement of ita ie?.d - ing oonneetmg line* at the Wait has required an en tire revision of the running arrangements of t hi* road bv which highly important advantages to tk* trav eler are eeour^d. On and after MONDAY, June 15. 1*57. THREE DAILY TRAINS will be run in bath directions for through p***engers. First?'Tii* ACCOMMODATION TR AlN starta from ? aiii<l?n Station. Baltimore.*! 7 A.M..(except Sunday,) st<>pa at way stations and arrive* at Cwai bariana at 4 r. M. Spoond-Th* MAIL TRAIN starts (Sunday *x oeptediat 8 9" A. M.. arid arrives at Wheeling at 4 25 A M.. connecting at Bcaarood with Central Ohio traina for Coiumhas. Cnoinneti. Indianapolis, l,on iaville. Chicago. t*t. L?ms. k a.. and at *aiee piac* with train* for Cleveland. Toledo. Detroit. Ac . *y Cleveland Road.and aiao at Parkarabarg witk Ma rietta Road. Th rd-The ST. I.OtlS and CINCINNATI KX PR ESS TRAIN le*vea daily at 5.<* P. M.. con nect inc at BenwoodatSA. M.with expre*a traiaa from Bellaire to Cincianati. i*itkomt ckantf af Cars at Colmmbus,) and reachiux there in t>ui Jk hour* from Baltimore and 2r tioura from Washiag ton. It alao connect* directly, in both direction*, at Grafton with car a by Parkersbarg a*d Marietta roade for Ckilliootbe. Cincinnati, ete. These train* oornect at Xer.ia for ludianapo'ia. Chicago aad St, Louis. and at Cincinnati with the Great Ohm aad Miabiaaippi Express for l.euisville Cairo and St. l.ouia thr ugh to St. Lonia iBle*atlian42bourafro? Baltimore. Bv thia train Uie time to ail the central and *onthern f:aeca ia the W**t ia muet, 1***. whila the Hutanr* ia from 4" to lee mile* ahorter than br the ahorteat of other rootna. Froai the SVeat the** oo;:nectiora are e*uaiiy cio*e and satisfactory. ar rivntxat Baltimore at t.3" A. M. JIT* Haxaaxe checked through to all point*. THROUGH TICKETS *oid at iowe*t rat** at Camden Station and at Waahincton. D. C. PaaHenxera from Baltimore or \Vaalnn|(toD map riftr the entire roa<i by dayliekt, by takim morn inx tram*, and iyinx over st Cumberland or Oak land, and reauim*f next morn in* hy Wheeiinx Ao ooir.modation train, leaving Cuml?rland at I and Oakland at injo. FOR WAY PASSENGERS. The Cumiierland Accommodation Train at 7 A.M., wi'l atop at all Statioi a eaat of Cumberland, and t'<* Wheeling Accommodation at all Station* iiejond (?umt>er!and coin* Wert. Eaatwardlv, in* Mail Train leave* Wkeeiinc at 8J" A. M.,*m Aoc?mm? dniion learea Cnmi>*riand at 9, reaching Ba;tim<<rs at 59' P. M. ON THK NORTHWKSTF.RN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between lirafUm and Parkerat?*rg. m\f pae*?ncera will take the Express waatwardly sod the Mail eaatwardlv. The FREDERICK TRAIN *tarU at 4 P. M , etoroma at way atsliona. I.eavea Frederiek at 3.1i A. M.. arriving .it Baltimore IS noon. TI.e ELI.ICOTTS MILLTRAiN leave, at i f? A. M., and &.15 P. M. Leave* Rllioott'* MiUa at 7 A. M. and 7 P. M.. exe*pt Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore 6>r \>'a?hiit|ton at 4.15and9.t? A. M.. Sand SJ5 P. M. On SunJaja at 4.15 A. M.. and 5.15 P. M. only. Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8JP A. M.nnd 3ai;<l 4J?' P. M. On Sunday a at 7 A. M-. aad 4i' P. M. oaiy, Tli? tirat Mid fourth traina from Ba timors.snd tk* aeeond and fosrth traina fr? m Waahiugtoo, wili ba *xpie?a mail traina. atopping only at Washingtoa Junotion and Annapolia Junction. The 9.15 and 5.15 trains froan Baltimore and the I S and 4 2" tram* from Waaiuugton *onn*ct with tha traina from Annapolia. For tickata, information, far*, A*., apply to J.T. ENGLAND. Agent, tt the Ticket <<ffoe, Camdes Station. WM S. WOODSIDE, Jy 15-tf Maater of Trana?ortaiion. Baitunor*. THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM PA NY. On* of the StmmiiiiH of thi* Company, oarryiaf the I luted Stale* Mail* for ?CA Pl'Mt. f"ia< CALIFORNIA.and OKhUON. leavwaTfl^ Pit nam a twice eaoh month, on the arri^^^*?^^" val?-l the Cuitad State* Mail S. S.C<?mpeny'a ateam ? era, which laava New Orlcan* and Npv ^ ?.rk rem larly on 5?h and 2"th ??f each month with the mn'a. and pa^Fpngers connecting via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. The*e ateamahipa hare been inapectad and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty ttn td **<f safety. The Panama Railroad (47 mi ee long I ia now oou. i?!et?l from ocean to ocean, and i* croaaed in Sot 4 tioura Theliaggareof paaaengcrs ii> checked in New York through to San>oo. ami pa*>engera ar* eiajiark^d at Panama bv ateainer st the oompany's expeuae. The money paid in New York cover* sU expenaeaof the trip. Reserve ateaiaera are kept in port m Panama axd San Fra~ciaco. to prevent detention in case of ae? - dent, so that the rout* i* entirely reltabl*?no fail ure having oocurred in eight > ears. Pa?*enger* leave Panama the tame day they ar rive at A*pinwa.l. fcnduftura go through by eact steamer, and take ?hs-geof women and children without other protec tors. For through tickets st the lowest rat** apply at the agency, 177 \\ e*t atreet. New York, to I. W. RAYMOND.?or to ARMSTRONG. HARRIS A CO.. New Orleans.- or Jy 24-tf C. L. PARTLPTT. Bortcn. ^ ^ ^ 1MIE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL UNITED STATE* MAIL STEAMERS. Tk* Sktrf eamrcti** tktt I.imt ar$: ?he ATLANTIC Capt. Oliver EMrirtga. he BALTIC .Capt. Joseph Gobi*toot The ADRIATIC Cupt. James W**t. Theae aiiipa hsving bean Hnilt by contraot expresa y for the Governmeiit aemce.every eare ha* been taken in their ounatniction, an alao in their engtn*a. to la ser* atreugtli aitd apevd, and their aoci>miaooation* for paa<>?ngera are unequalled for eieganoe and coin fort. Prioeof paaaagefrom New York to Liveraool, in ?r*t catHu, Sisn; inssoond ^r.. 975; sxcinaiT* use of extra aixe state roonn. ???&*. From Liverpool to New York, 3" and SO cuine.ia. An expenenoid Snr g*ouattached to each rinp. No l??r*lia ean b*aeour*d until paid for. The aiiipa of this ua? iiaT* impruvad water tight bulk head*. PROPOSED DATES OF 8AIL1N6. raoie rexw t?>*x. | rson LtrxarooL. Satuidav. Jon* 9*. ...Itn Wednesday, June 24 Satunla?, July 4..... 1 ^, Wedneaday, July g.. IsST Saturday, July 18 1857 Wednesday. July S la*? Saturday, Aug. I IW7 Wednesday, An*. 5 I'fT Saiiirdaj, Aug.15 laS7 Wednesday, Aug. H.IW naturdar, Sept. 12 .. .1857 Wednesday , Sept. 3 IIST Sa'urdaj, Sept. K .. 1857 Wednesday, Sept. SO 185T Saturday, Oet. in l&V? Wedneaday, Oet. 14 185T Saturday, Oct. 24 1857 Wedneaday, Oct. ? .??5T Saturday, Nor. 7 1897 Wedneeday. Nor. 11 l*.?r? Saturday, Nov. 21 1857 Wednesday, Nor. 25 ISS7 Saturday, Deo,5.__?. 18.S7 U ??d!.ei?dhy , Heo. 9 1&57 Wedaeeday, D*c. B IW For freight or p*?aa?e aeply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. K, Wall straat, N*w Yorx, BROW SHIPLEY A CO.. Liverpool. STEPHEN kENNARD A CU? ?. Aastia Frara. I^ndon. D. G. WA1NWRIGHT A CO., Pan*. The owners of ti.e** ahip* wiii not aoooaatabi* for *o!d. sitv?r. bullK>n, specie, jewelry, precious stones or metaia, unle** u'ls of lading are sir art therefor and the value thereof expreaaad there-n. je U U NITED STATES MAIL UNL ONLY REGULAR LINE *m> WTTHOltT FAILtTSK TO* X1SHT TKlkl, rot CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Regular Sailing Dayt. 5U # ?tk of ?*<* aaeatA. t Caorio!!.?S? maav frauds aad impoai ttons of rvtoas kinds hsv* b**a iiteFy' ^^PXllra.<r,,;r^rU*r? taCALf'? rUKj\lA,th4l tht tu^soritier, ^n'v author ?h1 Ag*nt for pasaage bv thrf. S. lUail Line, via ma. in the city of New York, feela it his duty watioa au persoas seeking pastas* ta Califorei*. i**,; .t? ^* voidiMeoyrioii. they must be *aref*i 'a and tb* true offc* of the Steamships of tb* I. S. Mail Li lis. via Panan* Railroad, as ao other ofr,* > ork is autborixsd to *ngaxe aassage. J _r *?tnpanie* bar* only one offee ij New 1 i ne ? ompanie* bar* only one < mo# in New ^ ork. which n m lt? We*t ?5?*t,oon?r >>f Warren *fr#et, P?l\'* wTL'rf* rtl1 *,?*r.*t the head of the C>ts r r Observe my sign over the door. ^ rvriAkuoN^A^