Newspaper of Evening Star, February 5, 1858, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated February 5, 1858 Page 4
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EVENING STAR. LINKS, COM POSAD IMlIDor ACALiroBNT MUllTliKtl, ST A PABSINUKII. Wal! of all III* cussed kmveyaacea. fcf this la'ut About tne wuit Nothin but ruotiaand rollin An pifcnia, Irom the very fust? Tha iM'u* a gro*uin. and the hilar Limbic anny minnit to buat. ^T**nTBn it. And then tuther ! aiii ? ao**?d ef i no wot to du ? K*? ?W|, yu darned old kradla! 1 ttms a b?t>) w?o 1 rot luter yum. ?*??eon em aeema to kaer**? cents ..How bad ? feller maa feel. Nor totuiktuhi m ?not even the aaJer Foolin Away his time on a wheel. Thera the aaptinfAint it provokin To aee rhAt crjtter.AM threw the trip. Continually dnnkia And amokin, When he orter be a nundin on hia ahip. It's enuf to AfitrevAit a body, Aad.it Aint manner-, 1 think. To set thAr Ukin down his toddy. And neveraakin nary paasinger to drink. And the puaaer.all he keera fur, I i.V.- L*time w,,h his pal a. TTirtoTL!^ * Pu*w! Just heer Aim urtin and cirrm <?h amoni the ial? ! A?^ .T?Tnr ?l?'" Vf* ? tbBf ? Wot wiara.' i .?? i .* taar he seta i.iBe a apyder, aioouk berrilaof dollars ? Knuf to pa> a felier'a debts. 1 ftata all tAr# keera (or pasaingera, . '?;.*? I?? the two l,under An nfly dolera out ol lus pock it inter their. And then he may jo to thunder. Ef a fel er's driv to distraxion In a bio, And u? wot tp do, He caat <it no sort o aatislaxioo Out o none on ein-cspting, mait, nur crew. Wun day I dim inter their blamed riKKin Juat to aee wot thar was. and in hopes ' io kepe shet ol eui wun *p. II. but, do* it! I ae? "i on etn ooiuin up tiie r<>p?*a. keUfct me And htlt hold on me. "tie tot her miserable cuss ??.*??> a "A:ty, sticky close l.ne, Biiielin o tar or sometmn wusa. 1 h*r they kep m*? darn their pioturs ! f .. d,,n? uoth"> h?t I Art. rill I d lorkt out fur a bottel of nrandr? It uome to 6^1,. ' That's the laat *2't Taey II ever ait out o me, Fur He travil in a dumeu top waccin. A fore He be ketclit n*ain to see. I ft'* Orleans Pirat/umr. |0- There are about I.5UI men now employ, d at the Portsmouth (Va ) navy yard. CZ7" An effort at emancipation is to be made the present session of the Kentucky Legislature. IDT The project of a paid Are department is agitating the citizens of Richmond. \a JET The Supreme Court of California has de cided that the State debt is legal and constitu tionally valid Lochias* Wit ?Somebody says the Misais sipp. raised one foot. \\ hen it raises the other it Will probably run ?.Vtir Ibtria Star. lET Bofton, as well as New York and Phila delphia, is in a quandary where to put a new post office building. v ID" Considerable dissatisfaction prevails at .Norfolk, \ a , from the introduction of ne^ro mechanics into theNavy Yard. ? 07" Tue speech of the Queen of Spain states that she tiaa accepted the niediatioA of France aad England in the difficulty with Mexico. ID" It is said that ?? Richmond ' has been se 1 acted as the name for the steam sloop-of-war Yard CO,"rtratted Jt tbc Gosport ( Va ) Navy U-f The N. ^ . State Idiot Asylum asks an appropriation from the Legislature of $?1,500, to cancel indebtedness of this and last year It has 118 pupila, of which ? are paying ones. 1?^ Pitt Piatt has been appointed Postmaster et Plattsburg. Thiaalliteration is equal to Peter P'P*r. who had picked the peck of pickled pep Cy The ladiea say thev are opposed to stop ping the mails (malea) on the Sabbath, especial homes tbt evening> unless they stop at their ILT The Atlantic Telegraph Company is to ?omebefo:e Parliament with a bill to increase their capital stock, or to borrow on mortgage. They are likely to be abort of funds. ^ JET Rag pickers are "looking up." Discard ing vulgarism* they publish themselves now in New\ork. asengaged in the dry goods busineas wfre book*1" r*^,,lr<>d l^ingabag and a -mall wife of Mr James Hopkin?, living at Easton Point, Talbot county, Md . di?d a few weeks aince, after a confinement of twenty years to her room, and the most of that time to her bed , ICT" Mr Klncaid, toll-seeper on the bridge at A?KU.ta, Me., says this is the first winter for thirty-three yeers, in which teams have not gone across the Kennebec River on ice, at that pWe by lat January. 117" A writer in the Boston Traveler estimates that the Atlantic Mills, by a forced ?aie of goods la New \ork at auction, during the late panic, M?t the nice little sum of one hundred and eleven thousand dollars. Thursday last a loafer was brought betore the Police Court In Gloucester, Ma*? .and aeut to the House of Correction for 4o days for ?teaitiig a newspaper left at the door of a subscri ber fLj~ Hon Angus Mcintosh, member of As sembly from Schenectady county, uas put off the eara a mile this side of rtcbene* tadv, on Monday last, becaused he refused to pay tile extia tax of five centa impos? d on those who are unable or ne glect to purchase tickets at the depot. ARRIVALS A T PRINCIPAL HOTELS BROWNS' HOTEL -T W tiibaon. N Y ; H I. Coleman, Va; S Lawrence and sister. NY.Geo L ppincott and lady, Pa; A La Grave, Mo ; Win a If-'n' ' K Washburn. Aid; J S Linton Va; B N Baroett M.as; B B Enney, do; W William wn"' r a,,d fami'V, do. tien 11 llson, O; W P Carlin, LSA ; H C l.nce. O; J P Bart left. Fa; W B Copeland, Pa; J Syming wn, do; Geo Dudley, Ct; Col J S Jett, Mo J M Brown, do; J guigley, III; D Burton, l.a ; H Johnson \ O K .Nan Wyrk, NY; V Smith Pa: H J Smith do C S Markrut NJ; F. Ma-krut, J no>\\ H-iincy ; T B Clagett and ladv Md; Dr Harrison and lady; Ttios Deau xmd ly. '.V. as< Gen IV we v Wis; \ W Dean. doJV Br Joke and ?,*? y A (-on?igys, Md; J TSangster, do; G M Kldndge and lady, do; Miss Eldridge, do; Miss Cooper, do; H II V.ldrid^e, do; Mrs W H Smith and daughter, Pa; A Lawrence, do; M E >ands, do; AH Bassett, NY ; John Miller, do; * Rovtoan do; C P tiakley, Ind; J H Coates, N ? ' l b,V,,,aj,? do; Hon tieorge Parson, do; Hon Ri.fus Heatou, do ; John C Bailey, d,,- \\* Porter field Miss; J B irden warper, Pa; Jas liod grrn. !\ Y ; M Kronbery. do. W1LLARDS' HOTEL.?G T Wallace, Va; II C Lerce, O; A B Bayle^s. p \V Holmes, Win L Skldniore J o Meigs and lady, J VV. A Strick iarnL J Philip-Phemx, A C Ellis, J o Wood Vi .Via y' 11 *" lady and com , Dr J McLlberanCD'-v", VV Hagartv. N Y; J Ewen, >yU' Hudson, USA; JA Neviua, H H Dent, J \V Ifuijjgleand lady. Pa; J Cook, III C }^ba*.Thompson, .Mass; (j H North cote and lady. Eny; L P Harwa d, Me; S Rod. man, C A \\ al ath, E C Haunders, N Y; R Sta - tiklfr, S S Thompson, J p Kaver.a^h, Va* VV L Helfensfein, J G Brennan, Pa; M VV Clarke' WU J M Keith, Mass; E Bake'r, Illinois; N F Potter' R Island. ' ?NATIONAL HOTEL ?M Hughe., NY; 11 B Duncan. Kansas; R H Duv tll. .Md Dr Wm Tal iaferro. Miss E D Wallace, Va: O Phelps, jr, DC; S Green, G Titus, N \ oik; II \ Fisher, Mass; A Flugler, Del; F F Bowie, lr, J B Brooke. Md; A M A'istace and family, N H; C Ackernian, 111; R Brooke and lady, J H Southworth, Pa; J H >ta thews, W C Rlicd*-#, NY; J B Stewart, Pa-Mile VVai.h, Jno Anderson. N York; C F Hennin^sen, !j,:?011VVr Bailev, Mas*; G Scott, * e. J Fowle, N Y; G H Clark, NJ; Col C C Rol^on, La; 11 M M~:VKT^T^,:,D?,aU-r'NVi J c^' KIRKW'OOn HC)|>K -P R Kunrket, Md; A ? l^vv' \ ; 11 W Homes, do; \Y L Sk dniore, U' J Md; B < Porter. FSN; VV B JT'mL Ala: T MrConnaughly, do; J rainier aim Iirl- r \v \m i>.,; ?* ?? Soencer. do; J Kwe'n. Mo; J Cassin ' Pa ' V V J H^lliphell |*a; Punt W VI'.III..n WASHINGTON IIOlSE.-P s styl.s and daughter, J B Gray, Ohio; P J DuBois, Pa \\ B Morrison, A Mellen. J H Wilcox, J Hates and A Ha,r* "nd J ^ Osterhout N Yj T B Jones, p S Simpson, 111. OCKAN STEAMERS* SAILING DA YS FmoM thi United Htatas. Sfmwun ? Lim*. ?r. Dmyt. ?uroI* New York...Liverpool...Feb 3 **J,*>ro? *^ew York...Liverpool...Feb 4 f^10.0 New York...Havre Feb 0 V ?*'v? *????? Liverpool... Feb 10 Atlantic New \ ork?Liverpool...Feb 13 FaoM Ecaori Kangaroo Liverpool...New York...Jan 13 Fulton. Soutbam n. New \'ork J^n i*i L'^rpool...Boston ....".'.Jan ItJ Glasgow Glasgow.... New Yoik...Ja- 16 Aracu ......???I.Iverpool...New York Jan '/l City BAltimore. LI verpool. ..New Yorkll'jAn 27 Indian Liverpool...Portland.....Jan ? Nl***? Live>pool... Boston Jan 30 The California mall ateamer* leave New York ?? tfe* fU tad Wk of eack aoatt Miicell&neom. 1 R EAT SALE OF CARRIAGES. I A T ? -nr.A ? o?u? wr vnBEmiu^.T. *? . ra ATCOST. The firm of Garfaar A P1m? haviui iliuolvnt on the 7th instant. by mutual consent, olrwe op their bnsiness vt oov offer fof mU?. at eesl. ?t their stand, No. MS 12th W > M-f. street,iimt theoorner of C, the following Cirriuti; Fire Buggies, four Raokaways. one Four pu senger Phaeton and two Express Wagons. All the above were made of the beet and most tho rough seasoned lumber and built by skillful and ex perienced workmen, and will be warrnted for twelve months; a satisfactory guarantee being given with every sale. # N* B- Current fund* required in every instance. Also, Hand Buggies very cheap for oaah. , __ CHAS. T. GARDNER A SON jan 20 2taw6w ? Successors to Gardner A Plane JJO! FOR THE NORTHERN LIBERTIES' GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES NEW GROCERY STORE. The undersigned begs leave to inform his friend* and the publio that he has oommeno?d the above buaineaa on the northwest oorner of 9th and L sts.. where he intends to keep oonstantly on hand, a full assortment of fine GROCERIES. Also, WIMF.S, TKAS, LIQUORS, Ao.. to which he very respeot fully invites the attention of his friends and the public in general. Goods sent to all parts of the oity. ? ? J/.. DUGAN. jan 21 eo2w * 9th and L streets. No. SU. THE ADVENTURES OK A CAT. and a hue Cat, too. colored engravings; London, 1857. The Adventures ol a Hear, and a great Bear, too. oolorea engravings; London, 1857. The Adventures ol a Dog, and a good Dog, too, colored engravings; London. 1857. The Little Pilrnm. by Alfred Crowquil, tieauti fully illustrated; London. 1837. Fairy Gold, translated from the French, many il lustrations; London. 1857. Tales and Fairy Stones, translated from the Ger man; l.ondon. 1857. Saxeiford, a story for the Young, many illustra tions; London, 1&>7. Eda Morton.or School-room Days,many illustra tions; Loudon, 1857. With many other new Rooks. English, French, and American, for youths of all ages. jan 1 FRANCK TAYLOR. (CHILDREN'S BOOKS FOR Itva.-The Little J Commodore, Mother's True Stories. The Won derful Mirror, Richard, the Lion-hoartrd, Heroes of History, Talea of Sen aiwt I .Ami, Inquisitive Jack, Dick Boldhero, What to do and how to do it. Sitierian Sable Hunter. True Stories *rid False Tales from the Gennan, Belle and Lit v, or the Golden Rule. Aunt Mavor'a Nursery Rhvmea. Naughty Boys and Girls, Fairy Tales by the Coun tess D'Aulnoy, and many others for youth of all ages, some of them just from Lendon. da FRANCK TAYLOR. 0 A R R I A G E LAMPS. We have this day been appointed agents for Fdw. Usher A Co's Carriage ami Engine (.amps, The attention <>| Coaclimakers and others interested is respectfully called to the sample at our store. Orders solicited. ELVANS A THOMPSON. 326 Pennsylvania avenue, ian 14-eolm (Intel.Union.AStates) PIANOFORTES FOR CHRISTMAS PRKS ENTS. Also, Melodeors, Violins, Guitars, Mu sic. Flutes, Aocordeons, Tamborines, Ao., Ac., suitable for substantial holiday gifts. JOHN F. ELLIS. Piano and Music Store, 3"6 Pa. aveuue, between 9th and 10th streets. d 21 CMNE EDITIONS, in Fine Bindings, of Gibt?on r Hume, llailam. Maenuiay. Bancroft. Irving. Carlyle, l.atnh, Roliertson, Rollin, Plutaroh, Ros coe. Goldsmith, Dean Swif>, Hogarth, Mitford Mackintosh, Burnet, Rai:ke, Milton Whewell, and other eini cnt prose writers, may be found at the Itooks'ore of the uiidersigned, mostly imported di rect form London, djB FRANCK TAYLOR. nHF.AP PI A N OS FOR SALE OR RF.NT. U Two Pianos lor 9<5e*ch; one do. ?75; two do. .$|tn encli: two do. Sl^mch; hi addition to a large stock of Boston and New York unrivalled Pianos d 15 tf JOHN F. El.LIS. SUPERIOR MEDICATED GIN.-Juat re ceived, a> cases of the celebrated I ondon Cor dial Gin and Invizoratiug Cordial, and for sale by JONAS P. LEVY. No. 554 12th street, oorner of B street north. (Iro oeries and Liquor Store. ill<Mf HREE SECOND-HAND PIANOS. One for $fiO. Two tor #80. At the Musio Store of {an 5 W. G. MET7EROTT. TWO VERY FINE SETOND-HAND PIAN OS for sale very cheap at our Piano and Music Store. 9)6 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and loth sts. jan 5 JOHN F. ELLIS. tj^ROVI PARIS.?Fine editions, in hne bindings, of Racine, La Fontaine. Sevigui, Ducn, Rabe lais, Do Steej, Delavigne, Montesquien. La Bru yere. Saint Pierre, Rousseau. Chateaubriand, Cou rier, Rotrou, Balzac. Marmier, Volture.Capefigue, Bossuet, Thierrv, Roohefoucauld, Malherbe, Cor neille. Scribe, Regnard, Guizot, Froissart. Mon strelet, Buohon, Moliere. Roch, Barthlemy, and other standard French authors, imported by d 28 FRANCK TAYLOR. IONGFELLOW'S POETICAL WORKS j London o<>py. with one hundred designs, by Gil bert, Dabziel and others, finely bound. TENNYSON'S POEMS. London copy,numer ously illustrated and finely bound. HOME AFFECTIONS. SELECTED FROM THE POETS. Charles MackV. one volume, small quarto, London, lJ5d, finely l>ouud, with ion eugrav intra flKV ANTS POEMS, small quarto, 71 engrav fs,finely bound. iAl.l.A ROOKH, small quarto, finely illus ated and bound. BR ACEBR1 DRK IIALL, small quarto, numer ous engravings and finely bound. And fine editions ol most other English and Ame rican writers, tu Poetiy and Prose,some tieautifully illustrated, others richly Itound, may lie found at the bookstore of the undersigned, mostly imported by himself direct from London. jan FRANCK TAYLOR. EJARLY INDIANA TRIALS AND SKETCH j ES. Personal Reminiscences of the Public Men of the I'nited States. Ac.. Ac.; by Hon. O. 11. Smith, formerly United States Sen tor from Indi ana, one large octavo volume of M" pages, finely printed, with portrait of the author; price $2.00, or post free by mail M-W. Sold for the publishers by jan21 FRANCK TAYLOR IEW8 AND OPINIONS OF AMERICAN Statesmen of a'l times on Foreign Immigration, collected into one volume, with statistics, Ao., Ao. One volume octavo ; price 75ots. janj? FRANCK TAYLOR. JVTEW MUSIC received seini weekly; Music or la dered from and sent to any part ol the country ; Music Bound. Ac , Ac., at our Piano Warerooms, Pa. avenue, between 9th and l?th streets, dsn lOHN ELLIS lo GASTON A CLARK. ? ?*o LOUISIANA AVENUE, aeoond door from 7th street, under the Avenue House, DKAl.KHH IN CLOTHING AND GENT.'S FURNISHING GOODS. The subscribers call attention toa desirable Stock of CLOTHING which they n?-w have on exhibi tion at their Store. No. 48 Louisiana avenue, second door from 7th street, and as they are determined to close otl the lot if possible, every eflort necessary on their part shall be used in order to please their customer. In the ? LOTRiNa Dfpartmkxt we oan guaran'ee I the stock to be perfeot in point of durability, fit and style, beciuse we make everything ourselves, and hnve no hesitation in siying our goods will be found equal to the best order work in tne country. Watching the various ohangea of fashion, parties may rest as.ured of finding the latest cut and make in store, subject to their inspection and approval. ftlS.WS) worth of Goods for Men's, Boy a' and Ser vant's Wear, will be sold at auction prices, and pur chasers vi>u:a do well to examine the lot. This la no humbug, hs our assertions can be proved on ex ? mi'ation. Call and see us tU the above Store. d ?-lm GASTON A CLAR IC_ IORl) BYRON'S WORKS, 6 vols., Murray'? j London edition, in purple calf binding. Knigl t'a Pictorial Shakspeare, 9 vols., ootavo, London, green calf. The Stratford Shakspeare, 10 vols., London, in oak oasea. The Cabinet Shakspeare, 12 vols., London, oloth gilt. British Poets. 4 vols.. London, half calf. Rose's Biographical Dictionary, 12 vols., London, full oalf. Rollin's Ancient History, 2 vols., London, many map*, in half oalf. Burnet's H istories, S vols., London, half calf. Dean Swift's Works, Roacoe's edition, 2 vols., I,oiidou. half oalf. Whewell'a Hiatory of the Inductive Sciences,3 vols.. London, fu I oalf. Bulwer's Novels, 2n vola., London, green calf. And many other standard works inline bindings, imported from London, by d ? FRANCK TAYLOR. NEW PUBLICATION.?"Historical and Lega Examination of that part of the Supreme Court's decision in the Dred Scott case which de clares the unconstitutionality of the Missouri Com promise Act, and the self extension of the Consti tutiou to Territories, carrying slnvery along with it"" By the author of The Thirty Years' View; oc tavo; David Appleton A Co. New York, 1857. The aUtvs work just issued from the press, for sale at the well known st 'iid, corner of 4% street and Penns?Ivmiaaveuue. Stereotype edition. I>eauri fuMy printed on clean new type, fine white paper and with dcsi blaok ink. Bound in black oloth and gilt lettered. Done up in a durable form (or pcrmaneut use. Price %l. This work is what its title purports to be, an ex amination uf( what the author deems to lie) the po litical part of the Court's opinion, avoiding any no tice of the judioal pat t. which related to thepemuuil olauna of tne parties on record. It is writen in a spirit of entire devotion to the institutions of our oountry.und with total absMnenoe fr m all party views. The authors own words are: "1 write for no party, but for all men who venerate the works of our anoestors, and who wish to see our Government kept ?ii the foundations on which they plaoed it." (p 130.) And it is believed that this pledge has been kept in the work, and which is oonsidered, by ooin petentjuJges. as the most original and profound of all the author s works, and ao treated aa to present new views to the o.dest readers, and in fact to ap Ce^ exhausted" ?U * subjoot supposed to have U 1. wi. ^J??;8HILLINGTON. j i. R"o't>?1l?ri Odeou Building, oorner 4)6 st. d and Pa. av. DIPLOMATIC HISTORY of the Washington ?nd Adams Administrations by W. H. Tresoott, 1 vol.; 01 25. Just published. au pb ?vpk ta vr.nw. AN ICE Li I'TLE PI A N O for |in, in guod tone. Exoellent for new Oeginers. Call ea.-Ty at **jan 36BB*' JOHN F. F.I.LIR. NEW MUSIC received setni weekl* at JOHN F. ELLIS' Piano Stora, naar loth street. No, [M Pa. areata. &? M Notice for 4he restoration of CERTAIN LANDS TO MARKET IN THE STATE OF IOWA. I1L The grant of land madei by the act.of Congress, pproved May 15.1856, to the State of IOW A, to aid in the uonstmotion of certain railroads therein men tioned, having bean eo &r adjaaUd as to authoriae the release from withdrawal of the lands herein after described, ?#<??? hrreby given that all tha vacant mitred laada heretofore withdrawn from aala or entry along the routes of aaid railroads which lis outaide of sir miles na ?ach side of the aaid roads, aituated in the under-mentioned townahips, which hare not been selected in virtue of aaid grant or any oth*r grant made by Congress, or legally claimed by pre-emption, and whioh were subject to private entry at the date of withdrawal, will be re stored to private entry on the days and at the plaoes hereinafter specified at the ordinary minimum of 9nt dollar and twenty-five cents an acre, to wit: At the land office at DUBUQUE on Monday, tha 15th day of Kehuary next, viz: North of the base line and east of the fifth princi pal meridian Townships 85, 86,87. 89. 90 and 91, of range 1. Townahips 85.86.87, 88, and 90, of range 2. Townships 84, 85,86, and 87, of ranges. Townships 84 and 85, af ranges 4,5, and 6. Township 84. of range 7. North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian Townghips ai, 86 87, 89, ?ki, and 91. of range 1. Townsh I pa 85, 86. 87. 89, 9?, 91, 92. and 93, or ratine 2. Townships 85. a>, 87, 88, 90,91,92, and 93, of ranges S, 4. and 5. Townships 84, &5, 86, 87, 88, 90, 91, 92, and 93, of range 6. Townships 85,86,87,83,90,91,92, and 93, of ranges 7,8.9,10,11.12. 13 and 14. Townships 85, 86, 87, 88, 89,91, <C, and 9(1, oi ranges 15 and 16. Townships 86,87,88,89,91,92, and *, of ranges 17 and 18. At the land office at FORT DES MOINES on Monday, the 15th day of f ebruary next, vix: North of the bate line and east of the fifth prin cipal mrridian. Townships 77,79,80,81,82, and 83, of ranges 1 and 2. Townships 79, 80 81, and 82, of range 3. Townships 81 a?d 82, of ranges 4,5,6, and 7. North of the base line and west of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Tnaimships 77,80, Hi, 82, and 83, of range 1. Townships 70,77,79, 80,81, 82, and 83, of range* 2 nml 3. Townships 76.77, 80, 81, 32. and 83. of range 4. Townships 76,77.78. 80,81, 82, and 83, of ranges 5 and 6. Townships 76,77 78. 79, 81, 82, and 83, of ranges 7 and 8. ^ Townships 76.77.78,79, 82, and 83, of range 9. Towusliips 7G.77,78.79, 80, 82, and 83. of range 10. Townships 76,77,78,79, 81,82, and 83, of ranges 11, 12, 13.14. 15, ami 16. Townships 76,77,78,79, 31,82,83, and 85, of ranges 17. 18,19, and 2n. Townships 76. 77.78, 81,82. 83, and 85, of ranjre 21. Townships 76, 77,78,80, 31, 82,83, and 85,of ranges 22:tnd 23. Townships 76,77,79,80,81,82,83, and 85, of ranges 24. 25, and 26. Townships 76,77,79, 80, 81, 82. 84 and 85. of ran?e27. Towi.ships 76,77,79, 80, 81,82, 83, and 85. of rangss 28, 29, 30, and 31. Townships 76, 77, 79, 80. 81, 82. and 83. of range 32. Townships 76,77,79,80,81,82,83, and 84, of range 33, At the land offioe at CH ARITON on Monday, the 15th day of February next, vix: North of the. base line and test of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Township 73, of range 1. Townships 72,73, 74, and 75. of range 2. Townships 08, 69,71, T2,73,74, and 75, of range 3. Townships 67, M, 69, 71, 72, 73,74, and 75, of range 4. Townships 67, 6C, 63,70,72,73, 74, and 75, of ranges 5, 6, and 7. Townsh i ps 67,68, 69 70, 71,73. 74, and 75, of ranges 8,9, in, ll, 12, 18, and 14. Townships 67,6a, 69,70,71, 72, 74, aud 75, of range 15. Townships 67, 68,69, 7", 71,74, and 75, of range 16. Townships H7,68, 69,70, 71, 73, 74, and 7j, ol rauges 17. 18,19, and 20. Townships 67,68, 69, 70, 73. 7i. and 75, of range 21. Townships 67,68,69, 70, 71, 73, 74, and 75, of ranges 22, 23,21, 2<, 26, '27, 28 , 29, 30, Si, 32, and fl. At the land olhoeat FORT DODGE,on Tuesday the 23d day of February next, viz: North of the base line and went of the fifth prin t cipal meridian Townships 86. 87, 88, 91, and 92, of range 19. Townships 8-i,87,88, 90,91, and 92, of ranges 20, 21, 22, and 23. Townships 86,87, 88, and 98, of ranire 24. Townships 86, 87, 88, 9t, 91, and 92, of ranges 25, 26, 27, and 28. Townships 86, 37, and 88, of ranges 29,30,31,31, and S3* At the land office at SIOUX C1TV on Tuesday the 23d o| February Ufit, vu: North of the base line and west of the fifth princi pal meridian. Townships ?6, 87. and 88, of range Si. Townships 87 and 88,*f ranges 35 and 37. Townships 86 and 88. of ranges 38, 39, and 4?. Township91, of range 41. Township 9". of range 42. Townships 86, 87, and 88. of ranges 43,44, and 45. Township 86,of range 46. At the Land Offioe at COUNCIL BLUFFS, on Tuesday, the twenty-third day of Februuiy next, viz: North of the base line and test of the fifth prin cipal meridian. Townships 67. 68,69.70,72. 73,74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 30, 81, 82, 83, and 84. of range 34. Townships 67, 68.69, 70, 72, 73, 74, -.5, 7C, 77, 80, 81, 82,83, and 84, of range 35. Townships 68, 6*, 70. 72, 73, 74,75,76, 77, 79, 80, 81, 82. 83. and 84* of range 36. Townships 67, fitf, 09. 70, 73, 74. 75, 7u, 77, 73, 80, 31, 32, K3. 84, and H5, of range 37. Townships 67,68. 69,70. 71, 73,74, 75, 76,77,78, 80,81. 82 83. 84, and 85, of ranee 38. Townships 67,68, 09, 70.71, 73, 74 , 75,76,77,78, 83, 84. and 35, of ranxe ;N Townships C7.OH, 69, 70, 71. 73.74, 75,76. 77,79,80,81, 82. 83. 84 and 85. of range 40. Townships 67.68, 09, 70, 71, 73, 74. 7',, 76, 73,79,90, SI, arid 82, of range 41. Townships 67, 68,69. 70.71,73.74,75,77, 78, 79, 80, 81. and 82. of laiige 42. Townships 67, 68, 71,73, 76,77, 78,79, 8>i, 81,82, ???' 33jO| range 43. Townships 68,73,79,80,81,82, and 85, of range 44 Townshu* 79,8n. 81, 82, and ?5, of ran** 4i>. Township 85. of range 40. 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TMh frRfcATjEST 1 ""'UWL'aW'1" Mr. liMUT.rf Roxbarr, h?? discovered in ?f oar eonuDoa M?tir? wwdi a ren? ?TUT I Ai *?f)l Scti/uI* Hi kH triad it i? of , never fkied ax oaf t in two oases, both Thunder Ma nor. Hahunow in hi? possession over one bund red certificates of its valae, ail within twaotf miles of i?oflt<'B. Two bottles are warranted to oar* a uaraing Bora Month. Una to three bottle* will eara the wont kind af Pimptea on tha Paoa. Two or thraa bottlaa will elaar tha system of Bilaa. Two bottles ara warranted to ear* the wormt Canker in the Moath and Stoiaaou. Three to in bottles are warranted to oare the worst kind of Krvsipelaa. One or two bottles ara warranted to oare all Ha nor in the Eyea. Two bottles are warranted to oare Kenning of the Ears and Blotches among the Hair. Four to six bottles are warranted to oare oorrafi and refining Uloers. One bottte will cure Scaly Eruptions of the Skin. Two or three bottles are warranted to cure tha worst kind of R in* worm. Two or three bottles are warrants to cure tha ?oat most desperate case of Kheumat-.sm. Three to four bottlee are warranted to oare Sait rheum.

Five to eight bottles will cure the worst aaae of Sorofuia. ^ A benefit is always expenenoed#om the first bot tle, and a perfect cure is warranted when the above quantity is taken. Nothing looks so improhabie to thoee who have in vain tri'M all the wonderful medicines of the day, as that a eo.iimon weed growing on the pastures, end along old stonewalls, should oure every humor in the system; yet it is a hxed fact. If you nave a humor, it has to start. There are no 11-9 nor AN DS, hums nor ha's about it suiting some oases, buunot yours. I peddled over a thousand bottles of it in the vicinity rfBc of Boston. I know the edeots of it in every It has already done some of the greatest ciirt*s ever done in Massachusetts. I gave it to ohiiJren a year old, to otd eeopie of sixty. 1 iiave seen poor, puny, wormy-looking children, whose flesh was soft and flabby, restored to a peridot state of health by one U.ttle To those who ara subject to a sick headache, one bottle will always oure it. It rives great relief in oatarrh and dizziness. Home wiio have taken it had been costive for years, and have been reguistcd by it. Where the body it sound it works quite ess*, but where there is any derangement of the function! of nature.it will oause very singular feelings, but you must not be alarmed; ther always disappear in from four days to a week. There is never a (tad re sult from it; on the contrary, when that feeling is gone, you will feel yourself like a new perton. I heard some of the most extravagant encomiums of it that ever man listened to In my own practice I always sept it strictly for hu mors?but since its introduction as a general family medicine, great and wonderful virtues have beer found in it that I never suspcoted. Several cases of epileptic fits?a disease which was always considered luciirable, have been oured t>y a few bottles. O, what a mercy if it will prove ellec tual in all oases of that awful malady?there are but few who have seen more of it than I nave. I know of several cases of Dropsy, ail of them aged {eople cured fjy it. For the various diseases of the iiver. Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side, Diseases of the Spine, and particularly in Diseases of the Kidneys, ftc., the disoovory has done more good than any ineu.ume ever known. No change of d:et ever necessary?eat the best you can get and enough of it. I)treetivH* for f/js.?Adults one table-spoonful per day?children over ten years des&eri spooufui? children from five to eight years. tea-spoonful. As no directions can tie applisai>!a to all constitutions, take sufficient to operate on the bowels twioe a day. MANDPACTtpKD BY DONALD KENNEDY. ye. 12" Wmrrtn Strut, Roxbury, M*ss*ckuntti. Agents for "Washington.?Chas. Stott A. Co., Z. Kilman. Kidwell 4 Lawrence, J. H. Garduer, Burry A Co., D. Wi " S. dssell. O M Lent ham. J. L. Kidwell, my 5-ly Cathartic Pills, (SUGAR COATED.) The following remedies are of fered to the publioas the best, most ^ Pfrfeot, which medical soienoe oan afford. AYER\S CATHaRTIC PILLS have been prepared with the utmost skill which the medi oa. profession of this age possesses, and their effects show thay have virtues which surpass any combi nation of medicines hitherto known. Other prepa rations do more or less good ; but this cares suck dangerous complaints, so quiok ami bo surely, as to prove an efficacy and a power to uproot disease be yond any thing which men have known before. By removing the obstructions of tae internal organs and stimulating them into healthy actum, they renovate the fountains of life and vigor,?health oourses anew through the body, and the sick man is well again. 1 hey are adapted to disease, and disease only, for when taken by one in health they produoe but little effect. This >s the perfeonon of medicine. It is antagonistic to disease, and no more Tender ohildren may take them with inhpunity. If they a'e sick they will oure them, if they are well they a ill do them no harm. Hive them to some pntient who has been pros trated with bilious complaint; see his lient up. tot tering form straighten with strength again ; ?ee his long-lojtJ appetite return; see his oiammy features bloaeoiii into health, t.ive them to some sufferer whose p>ul blood has burst out in scrofula till ins skin is covered Willi sores ; who stands, or sits, or lies in anguish, lie lias f?een drenched inside au.1 ouf with every potion which ingenuity cihild sug gest. Give him theae Fills. and mark the etleot: see the scabs fill from his body ; see the new fair skin that has grown under thein ; see the late leper that in clean. Give them to him whose angry humors ha< e p anted rheumatism in his joints and nones; mo?e him. and ho s^reeohes with pains; he too has lieen s<>aked through every muscle of Ins bj?dy with moments aud salves; give him these rll.I.s to purify his blood; they-inay not cure him. lor, alas . there are cases which no mortal power can reach ; hut mark, he walk's with crutches uow. and now he walks alone; they have oured Tun. Oive them to the lean, sour, haggard dyspeptic, whose gnawing stomach has long ago eaten every siniie from his face and every uiusoie from Ins body S??e his apf-ente return, and With it his heaitn: see the'new man. See her that was radiant with health and loveltyiegs h ante.I arid too early witnering away want of exercise or mental anguish, or some lurking disease, has deranged the internal organs of diges tion. assimilation or secretlon.till the* do the.r ..dice ill. Her bh?od is vitiated, her health is gone. <iive her those Pn.t.? to stimulate the vital principle into renewed vigor, to oast out the obstructions, and in fuse a new vitality into the blood. Now look age. n -the roses blossom on her cheek, and where latol. soriow sat,joy bursts Iroin every feature. See the sweet infant wasted with Worms. Its wan, sickly features tall you without disguise, and painfully dis tinct, that they are eating its life away. Its pinched up nose,and ears, and restless sleeping*. tell the dreadful truth in language which every mother ItHows Give it the Pill* in large doses to sweep these vile parasites from the fssfy. Now turn again and see the ruddy bliioni of childhood. Is it nothing to do t.ie?e thing*. Shy% art? thei not thu marvel of dav* ****" tlieji are doue around you eveiv Have you the less serious symptoms of these dis tempers, they are the easier cured. Jaundico <'os tiveness. Headache. Sideache. Heartburn. Foul Momach, TVau ea, I'ain in the Bowels, Flatulency, I.oss of Appetite, King s Evil, Neu.algia, fiout^iiid kindred complaints all arise from the derangements which these Fills rapidly cuie. Take them perse venngly, and under the counsel of a co?.d Physician if you can; if not, take thcin judiciously by such advice as we five yoo, and the distiessmg, d-inger ous d.seases they cure, which afflict so innny mil lions or the human race, are ciist out like the devils of o.d they must burrow in the brutes aid in the Frice25 ccnts cerbox-5 U?xes for #1. A. II, 6ILMAN, Washington; and f?y H. CO<?K ft CO.. Alexandria, and all dealers in Medicine everywhere. d 9-4in PRIVATE M EinCA L TR EATi3E on iu> PHISWLOG1CAL VIEW OF UARIIIABK B, M. U. La CROIX, M. D., A1 Uxny. N. V. pages and ISO fine Plain and Colored Litfcograaha and Plates. ICTPRICE ONLY * CENTS.^/UI li-/ Stnt An tj jtotimgi to mil pmrtt a/lit Dr. K. B. La Crois's Physiolociaal Viaw of Mar riKgo. 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Th* s'eainers ofthia line hare improved water tight compartments, and no expense lias !>een spared to make them all a* rood an new. t he thorough eiam mat ton given them proves their mode til ounati Mo tion yet unequalled. Price oi p&*SA&a I.orn Nev York to Liverpool, it fcrai oubiii, |Hi; in second do., #75 ; Pioiu Livec p.>u! t? New Vork, 9* and 2W guineas. An expen penenoi'd Smgeon attached to each ship. No berths ?" be aeoarftv. uutii paid lor. Is OF SAILING. raoM 1.1 v a a pool. Wednesday, Feb.3.. la* \\ ednesda*. M*ch 3 lit* Wednesday, M eh 3 l&Vl Wedfteadftv, A pril K8.18."* Wednesday, May 12 1MB Wednesday, May * ItWJ Wednesday, June ? .145*) V\ eoneaday, J una ?3. tad Wednesday, July 7.. IMo Wednesday, July SI .18.0 V\" I I-- A ? ' " " PROPOSED PAT VftOM NSW Toftg. Satiirday.Jan.lt> ...'.Ml Saturday, Feb. 13 ia.ja, Saturday. March IJ .tain Saturday, Apr I in... 18t?i Saturday . .* pru ^4. . ..UHU Saturday, May 8 Ikv| Saturday, Ma* Zi 1*>B Saturday, June 5 1K58 Saturday, J une 19 Iat8 Saturd?o, July 3 ..1MB Saturday,July I? 1 i* Saturday, Aug. 14 1*?S Saturday. Aug. 2s IAW Saturday, Sept. II ...185b Saturday, Sept. 25 115*1 Saturday. Out. 9 1 RtH Saturday, Dot. i3 isjrf Saturday, Nov. to lHoiSi Saturday, Nov. 3) 16531 Saturday, Dec.4 Wednesday, Aug. 4 18a Wednesday, j-ept. I .lMi Wednesday, Sept. 15 la'Jt W ednesJay, Sept. 21.1*68 Wednesi ay. Oct. 13. law W ednesday, Oct. St..1858 \\ ednesday. Nov. HUMS \\ ednesday, Nov. 24.1858 >\ ednesday, Dec. 8 18 8 Wednesday, Dec. fi ISM SOUTHERN MAIL LINE > Oa;ly, (SriKlr.y iWts exoepted.' botw< INGTON CI TV and the SO ITH, ' WDRIA, SORUONSVIU.Ki?..Bfi'. For freight or pasaage, apply to EDWARD K. COLLINS, No. 86, WftU atreet. New \ or*. BRO W N, SJIIPLEY A CO., Liverpool. B. G. WAIN WK1UHT A CO., Paris. The owners of these ahips will not be aooountabls for gold, ailver, bullion, specie, jewelry, preoiona stoces or metals, unless bills of lading are signed therefor and the value thereof expressed therein. d lfi f )RANGEAND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD H R Twice ?.. ? j* ? iTimaj lii^ilB PJWpT(KIi 1 rxnweei WASHINGTON CITS* and the SOUTH, TH ALEXANDRIA, GORDONSVILLE on RICH MONO Leaves Washington at 6 o'clock a. m. " Wasliington at 7 o'clock p m. For LYNCHBURG and the SOUTHWEST. Leave Washington at ?> o'c!??ck a. 'm., arrive it LYNCH BT KG next morn 1U? at 4 a. m., ooniiecting with th?i tiau.s on the Virginia and Tennesaee Rai Road for MEMPHIS. Mail Stages from Chftr ottesville to l.juchburg a distance of miles. Kftte lrom Waahiugton to LyuchbMrg, J7.75. The steamer GEORG E PAGE, foot of Seventh street, being owned by the Railroad Company, raaa in connection with the trains. Tickets for Lynchburg procured ot the Boat. 11^ Omnibuses and Baggage W aions will be at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to o<iuv?y pas sangersand baggage to the Steamboat, for Alexan dria, a distance ol six mue?, allowing ample tunM for meals. , JAMES A. EVANS. Agent. Alexandria. Ju y, i iv t-tf J^EW AND IMPORTANT SCHEDULE. FOR ALL PARTS'OF THE WEST. m BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. The recent extension &!id improvement of its <ead ing connectiiig hues at ttie West lias required an en tire revision of the running arrangements of this road hv which highly important advantages to the trav eler are secured. On aiid after .MONDAY, Jane 15, 1857, THREE DAILY TRAINS will be ran in both direotious for through passengers. Fir?t-The A CCOM MODATION TRAIN atarU from Camden station, Baltimore,at 7 A.M.,(except Surdav,) atops at way atationa and arrives at Cuui iieriand at 4 P. M. Second?Tike MAIL TRAIN atarta (Sunday ?* oeptediat sj"> A. M.,and arrives at Wbeelmaftt 4 A- M.. connecting at Benwood with Central Ohio trains for t^oiumbus. Cincinnati, Indianapolis, l.ou isvillc,t'hioago.St. Louis, Ac., and at same p ace with tiaini- for Cleveland, Toledo. Detroit, Ao.. by Cleveland K<ad.and also at l'arkerstmrg w.tti Ma ricftta Road. Third ?The ST. LOUIS and CINCINNATI EXPRESS IK AIN leaves daily at P. M., oou Qectms at B<*nwt>o?j at * A. M. with expyso lituna lrom Beliaoe to CmciiKiati, OeitAovi rkantt o' Cart at Co/wtnb?s.) and reacriing there in but 2& hours from Baltimore and S< h?urs from Washing ton. It also connects directly, in both direutior.a. at (iraltou with citrs l>t Pai kersburg and Marietta roads lor Cnillicothe. Cincumxti, eto. These trams ooi.iieutai Xenia lor lii<lia:b'i|MiiiH, Chicago and St. i.ouis, and ut Cincinnati *.th the Ureat Ohio and Mississippi Express for Louisville Cairo and St. I.muis thiourh U> St. Louis in less than 4.' hours Iron) laltimore. By this train the timt to all the centra! and southern p.ecesin the \\ est is mnch less, while the distance is lrom 4t? to bsi miles nhorter than by the shortest ol other routes. Fiom the West thesr oonnecHons are equally close and aatiafactory, ar nving at Baltimore at 8.3* A. M. {[y Br^giire checked through to all pointa. THROL'tdl TICKETS sow! at lowest rates fti Camden Station >,ad at Washington. 1). C. Passengers !roin Baltimore or Waxhiriftton may etete tkt tntirt road by daylixhi, l?y taking morn tug trams, and lywg over at Cuiulieriand or Oak land, and resuuun^ next morning by Wheeling Ao ix.ii.ii.odatK-u tra.n, leaving Cumberland at 8 anc* Oakland at l"Ao. FOR WAY PASSKNUERS. The Cumberland Auooininodation Train at 7 A.M. will atop at ail Stations east of Cumlierland, and the Wheeling AcoomintNlation at all Stationa tieyond Cnmtierland going West. Eastward!*, the Mail Tram leaves W heeling at 8.3U A. M.,and Aooomino dation leavea Cumlier.and at 9. reaching Baltimore at 5 3ii P. M. ON THE NORTHWESTERN VIRGINIA BRANCH, between Grnltjin and Parkeral>urg, way passcngera will take the Ezpr?aa weatwardly and the Mai! easlwardlj. The FREDERICK TRAIN atarta at 4 P. M.. stopping at way stations. I.eavea Frederick at9.U A. M., arrivimj at Baltimore T2 noon. The ELLICOTT'S MILL TRAIN leaves at 5.44 A. M., and 5.15 P. M. Leaves Ellioott'a Mills at 7 A. M. and 7 P. M., except Sunday. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore for W&shmgtoc at 4.15 and 9Jt A. M.,3and5.l5 P. M. On Sundays at 4.15 A. M.. and 5.15 P. M.only. I Leave Washington for Baltimore at 6 and 8 jn A. M.and Sand 4.2t> r. M. On Sundays at 7 A. M., and 4 2<i P M. only, \ The f\Tf t and fourth traina from Baltimore,and the seeond and fourth trams trom Washinrton, WtU be express mail trains, stopping only at Waafciagtoii J unci ion and Annapolis Junction. The 9.15 and 5.16 trains from Haliimcre and the 8&? and 4 trains lr< in Washington connect wit4 thr traina from An'iapoha. Fur tickstK. ;nt:.in ation, fare, Ac., apply toJ.T. ENGLAND, Afceut.at the Tickct otnee, Cunder Station. W*M. S. WOODSIDE, Jj l*-tf Muter <w Pranseortaticn. B& timore. THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COM PANY. On? cf the Stcantali ss of tftia Cotrmux, oairryinc the United Slates Mai's for ACAPULO, CALIFORNIA, and OREGON. leaves^glTV-^ Panama twiaa caeh nu.nii. ?; ..iv.,i/\, sua unnuux, leftves^^^^^^^ Pannmatwiaa cach mimtb. on the arri-^^^^^" valol the U;uted Ststes Mftil S. S. Company'?ateftm era, which Isave Ne# Orleans aud Ne*r^ ork regu larly on Wli and joth of e^.oh month with the maila. and passengers oouneoting via PANAMA RAIL ROADS. ftnd'pftssengers HI roads. Theae steamahipa have been inspected and ap proved by the Navy Department, and guaranty tptti and sa.f?ty. The Pft'iamn Raiiroad (47 nuiea long) is now ooa pleted fro mi ooean to ? 0?an. and la orossed in 3 or 4 Loura. Th.? liaggaireof passengera is checked in New York through to San Francisco, and pasaengera arc emtiarked at Panama by steamer at the oonipany'M expense. The money paid in New York oovere fti I expenses of the trip. Reserve steamers are kept in port in Panama and San Francisco, to prevent detention in case of acoi dent, so that tl>e r.mie ?? entirely rtliabl*?no fail ure having oocurred in eight y ears. Passengers leave Panama the same day they ar rive at Aspinwail. Conductors go through by each steamer, and take ohargo of woman and children without other protee tora. For through ticketa at the lowest ratea ftpplral the annoy, 177 West street. New York, to I. W\ RAYMOND.-orto ARMSTRONG, HARRIS A CO., New Orlaaaa,- or ir 14 tf C. L. BARTLETT. Boston. IJN1TED STATES MAIL LINK ONLY REGULAR LINE XND WITHOUT ValLVRI FOK X1SMT TUU, Pel CALIFORNIA AND OREGON VIA PANAMA RAILROAD. Smiling Dmys, 5tk # *>tk tf asci auali Caution.?So many frauds and impost tiona of various kinds have been Inielv^A&SC. r rpet rated on traveliera bound to C A LI OR.NlA.that the aabecriber. the only authorised Agent for passage hv the U. S. Mail Line, via Pana ma, in the city of New York, fcela it hia duty to oaution all persons aeekiug passage to California, that, to avoid imposition, they muat be aare/MI to Bid the true oftoe of the Steamshipa of the U. 8. ail Line, via Panama Railroad, as do other oftoe in New York ia authorised toenxhge passage. The Companies have only one office in New York, which ia at 177 West atreet, oorner of Warren street, fronting oo the North River, at the head of Uft Com ?uoe llaaeoa*. 514 BfcVfcNTHfllfcKT T??BIAP. o r t r ?? / a it. Olt<M Soc?wd ?*?"*?. ttt?*e Hon|t f|OM t?l'l> Kaxna a' HlU BywaUaiee aaei Giasees muM to t??rr mklj Opio, Reading. and w at olimskai '? f?w^rfc ttwai; Microscopes ia^?~ fraat variety; Cos mo ramie Staramnyw witk rmri of aaperior and eaoice picture* o? band. See adver tisement ui N stoma Intel us? TuTlHOHlaLa. Xoifou, 8?f>irT. MM. Tin fum marie for mm Mil id* eery vail, an>; ttfm to Kara unproved w? eight ?or* Uau any other I k?ve at*!i tried. I.l-nr W. TA'/.hWKLL. I tort triad a pair of "pectah.ee obtained from Mr. Totwaa, and Una them of great aaaistaatrt to n y eight, and oorreap.-ndmt with h.? Jseorip tioaof thair (ooai. 1 MNUMtd him as a skiilfal optioiaa. HK.NRY A. %\ ISK. PrTta*arR?, itotobet Sl.llM. A hoot ftva years ?*<?. I uM?im4 from Mr. Totnaa. ia Waehingtoa. a pair of l> J.?r the speetamea Which I used. and lotind them of grewt to mi deoa* ing vision ; and my op ibuki of htm ta, lfeat heisskil'fal in the preparation of 0 ia*s?-a for ayaa aot too far gone to be benefitted by sneti aid. J. F. MAY. Ltwrk^*. November 7. IMS. Prom an examination of Mr. Tobias' Glasses. and froa kn observations ana rsamiks. a*a oonviaoed that he ia a skiiilul optician. J. J. BLACKFORD. M. U. I.tNCMBlKM, November 10. IIM. Mr. John To'-ias. listing iurmahed ma with Gas btb, hy which I iiave been (ii?l!y aided,(my vision havinc Butftsml greatly Irom readme at nitbt ia my sarirer life.l it affords ma ik? in*heat yiMuir* ta ?s> that | eonaidet him b skillful practical uytit and ?HI pr. pared to ImI tkuM ?!?>? iimt aerd kia prulessioiisi aervioes. \V M. B. K?'l /IK. Klder ul the Methodist C??afereooe. W It. Mitt* TON, N. June S7, lS;4. Ml. J.Tvibias? L'tar .Sir; I am happy to Bar tuat the Spectacles ? Inch I ol.tMited bom you iaat week are entirely satisfactory. Krinu iui n.rqua.iif in tti* visual rangeol my rj?n, I hare heretofore found rreet difficulty in cettinc ?Ka?*a ?>i tht yroyn li>m] dii iMioeg It alorda me pleasure to aisle. that l?? the aid of y??Mr ??ptomcter :hia Jittiou.i) luu liratihtyyili obviated. mi that tlie lilvte* you furnished ai? aia jfculrdl) tiie heal adapted to my e? es o| uny I bate ever yet larj. Very reaped fully yours, R. R. DRANK. Ractor of M. Jamei' Pariah. Harm* beer induced I#* a friend to visit the*stab .laiunenl of Mr. To*H.t? h?r the ptir^oaeol trymt his claaaea I wm fnntialierl wil. a pair slightly ooiote?l blue, vltier* have :Uiord<*d ine ni?r< relief and ttratih oation than any I Uuve ever tried. My Bicht. orutui %ilv vary b?mkI. *na iitjurrdby arritimc bimj readirt^nt niclit. fre?|uei.tly to a vei) late hour : |.ut with tha %ra of thrH? glasses I ran atudy a most aa lata aa ?ver. an<t that too without the ??*?'?> I h?ve yrmma ly ? a fie red. JOHN WILWIN. l<a!e Cummisaionaar Oeu'i Land Odica> Dec. II. 1S&S. I have used .Mr. Tobiaii's SpectaoJss for three or four moiiths,and take great p.eah'ure in saying that I ani hiuoli pleased with them. 1 have been maob beaehted by them. OKU. P. SCAR Bl'RuH. May 5th. 1896. 1 waa reoommer.ded to Mr. John Tobias as B ski!fai optician ; snd as I have eves of remarkable peculiari ty, I waa t rat.lied to bud that Mr. Tobias ssemad to o>?mprenei;d them l?y inspection and some Blight natsurement and he has mude me a aair of f*pecta oiea 'hit *? ?? me a>linir*i?;?. A. P. HI TI.tR July 11, ISM. Washi5?TON. Aag.t, I8W. Having Iteen for yeara uud?r the it?oesaily ol h?T two aeia of (!usm?one for use in dayliKht. and on? l<?r iHnip-'uht? I procured oue net from Mr. Tobiaa wh'ehHiixwered U.Mi purp<>?ea. I have used his for several montiis. and hud ih^m exoellent. KOWAMD8TUM8, Of Depar;t <ent of Stata. Mr. f.TollA*. &'?r; The pair of Spectacles yoV lariiislie<' me yesterday are particularly satisfactory U) inc. They are ver> deciitedly the l*est I poaacBa, and I (he owner of eight or nine pairs, carefully selected in different places and from opticians rao oimtieiMled to me or anoouut of their prof**an?uai standing in Kranoe, Knglaiid.aud the L'uitad States. I have baeugtso pleased a iHi yonr remarka and di Tactions on tha treatment of the eyes, for the pur* pose of preserving and improving Ihe eicht. Respestfaiiy toara, t'HS. CAl.DWELU Professor of M. C.. Loaisrtlia. Ky. liKOOgLVN OflTBOPAKDIC IHSTtTVTIOII. April, ItM. After most oareful examinatitHi ol Mr. J. T obias's blaa?as, I amrnaliled to testify that their bareness, clearuesa, poiuhir.g, and exact oatiaal shape reudar (hem particularly recoinmmidable to thoae whoaa merely optioai ;uipairm?nt of the eyes are m want of auoh auxiliaries. I ooimder, moreover, Mr. Tofxaa full* ^uaiihed to determ>ue tue focus ol the ays,both by his to.tioa! know edse aud experienoe. and by means of his opt?Nneter. In addition, I aan further atate thai Mr. Toi.i*s has supplied some ?>f my pa tients with Glassos, to their and my satisfaction LEWIS BArKR. ll.p_ Physician and Surgeon. Berhnj Member of tha R >>al College of Surgeons. Kusland; Member of the M??lionJ Society of London, and of IM Pathoiogioal Socict* of New York; late Sar taon o( the Royal Ortuopaedie Institution of f*?e!ieit'er. K.ugland, and Suigeooof the B. O. iBBtituuon. NoaroLg. Vs., J?ty Tl, IkM. In the exaeriehoe of even two years, I have foand great difhouily in ob'^uniug Spectacles tbat were ??? - aotly adapted to the weakness of my sight. Th'.s in conveiiiei.ce Mr. Tobia seems to haw removed lor the present f?y the aubstitufioii for ure oi better and more suitable Olassea. Tt.ey ars clear, chrysta! like and oomfortafile te my ey?*. I would oommend htm to those who from ape or other iiikrtnift re?u;re at tifioial aid in this way. J. J. SIMKfniS, M. 1?. WiimMVo?, N. C., Jane l?. ItM. To person* who have had the sirht of their eyes so impaired as to require the use of Classes, I would reoommeuo Mr. John Tobias aa a suitable person from whom t<> olttain anoh Glaasea as they uir.y re quire. aa h. has *mtrd Me with a pair of Spectaoiea foi a utr a>id near ?ight. M> aisht baa l*een impaired very much by a serv.oe of years in the Post (Mfioa Department, whioh berth required me to be on di<(* frt-m II o'clock at night till after day. during which time I used tun one li^ht. \V. A. W Al ktK, Dt??KTVE*r or Imtvriob. May 8, ltj?. From natuia! defects and the uuequal nn.ae ofmv eyes. I have l>eeii compelled to use passes lor seve ral years. I have tried different optimana without obtaining glasses perfectly htt<*d to my a>?s. Four months since Mr. Totuas made two pairs especia..y for me, which I have found to serve me uerfeetia. By the use of his optometer be ta enabled to adapt glasses moat minute!* to the e*e. I moat cheerful ly rec< inmi i.d Mr. Tobias to all having ocaaamr to use glasses, and U*ai u.* testimony as lo hia skill aa an optiotan. IIKN R \ II. BALDWIN, ae ?> Aas't Sce'y to sign Land Warrants. History ??r t?ik rkpcblic ok th? Ignited ?itatea. as traced in the a rittnics of Al Hamilton. b> Johu C. Hamilton, volume 1. ???. , u ker'a Hiaforv of the I'm led States, voiamea 3 and 4, % i pit volume. Kxatnii.atuH.ol the l):id Soott Case, by Thr^. M. Benton, . . . The t|ueens of K.nclanJ and their Times;by I ran am Ijinceiot, I'.sq , 2 j'oiumna, $3. Portraits of my Mamod Prisaas; by lincle Ben, fl^S. >mri?s for the Home Circle.*r> cents. Thre Days in Memphis, or Sketches of the Pal* lie and Private t.tfa ol tae Old Kryptians; !?? Dr. I h.email. ?.'? cents. V nutans ?ira?; by Hon. Je'emmh Clemens, . ScaStt.ries. I volume. 7S oeaf8. Life at the White Sulphur Springs: by Mary J W indie, 7*? cents. Penis of Certaiu Knglish Pnaomrs, a Christmas Btory;by D ckens. ir> cents, 4n Ac'nint of the ^mithsimiau Institution; by Win. J. Rhees.SOcaiiU. A.mau?uh t" iM.chia den Ktats I nis, JSriH, cts. ianst PHIVCK Tt\ I OR. PT K I K & h M A K . ROTKCTKI) bjr Ro>al L*t?er? Pstenf of ?-'nelar d. and eeonrrd t?v Ml* Seiia of the Koo'e ,|e Pharmaciede Parisand the ImperialCo legeofMed icine, V leiiim. 1'rieaemar No. I ia a remed) lot Me laxatKMi, >(.ermnto-rho s. and Kxhi.us ion n> the System. Tric-eemar No. 2 ? flecfuallv, in the sht>ri apace of three d-??, completely ami entirely eradi aatesal] traocs of those dis<?rdera which copa\ iaat <f outtebs have so ioae been thought an antidote for, u< the ruin ?t| the lieilita of a vaa* portion ol the popn lation. Tr.eaeinar No. .1 ia the great Contmenta! remedy for thrif c'ass of dtaordvra whwn, nnlortn nately. the Knglish ph>a.oiaij tronts a .ih mercury, to the ineviiabV deslruotion'of the pat.ent's coneti tiition. and a Inch ali the aaraaparilia in the wo ld oa.inot rniimvp. l itcsemar Noa. 1.2. and i are alike devoid of t*ate or smell, and of all rauseating <iuali ties. They cli lie ?tn I he toilet table without their use Iteinc sua .ected. Sold'U tin owes.^and divide I in aeparr.te doses aa administered by Ve peau, IjiI lem-n, Roux, Ri^ord. Ac.. Ac Price )}S each, or four oases in oue for which laraa 4-t; ami in $27 caaeB. ... _. Sold by Dr. II. A. I!AR ROU , No.lw Prinoe St..a few iVo ks west of Kroaj*ay. New York. In.me J lately on rcoeip1 of the Nmi'iint Dr. B. wil'fo.aard ihe $9ca?ea of Ti icseintr. and the large aisea. ?.ar ria?v pai-1,thus msurins cetiuin* Kurt>pean prepara lions. The $3 cases also sent, bui not free of car nage. Consultations rs uausl. from II a m. till S p. in. and from 4 ti'l S p. m.. ot No. 1S7 Prinoe st.. a W K'ikV- v?' t of Itroadway. S< id ais<i ly J. 8TOTT, Waski"gton. fe 1 ly FINK KDITIONS. iu hue bindinga. of Cyrva Campbell. Pope, Burns, Milton, Shakapanre. Mryaut. ri.<u?ck, u?|lsiwv, 1'ciu.ison, C?wper, rkoinson. Youur. Ak-i.snle. Rorers Gay. Heiusna, Hood, >helley. Sou they, tinty. Wordsworth. Keats, \foore. Soott. Howitt, Spenaer. Drydeu. tioldsmilk. tnd uuiny other Poets, msy lie found at the Book atore of the uuduisun?Mi, niostly imported Ity him ae'l direct from Loudon. s? me of them with beauti ful il lustrations. d? FRANCK TAYI.OR._ London jfVKVii.K books. Hana Anderson's Tales and Fairy Ston?a% Loma'a Sohool Days, *Sunloro and Mvi lou, Kvenngs at Hoaie. Kdgar Clifton, or H ?rht and Wens. Ksperai.xa. or the ilomeo: tke Wnndorers. Grunm's Hwe Stories. The Castnways. ??r \d\ onfures ia Aft-ica, Saxeiffrotl.? for the V oang ?vsry Buy *s Boog. airy Tales ol ta- Couateaa D'Aulooy. 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