Newspaper of Evening Star, May 1, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 1, 1855 Page 4
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KVKNIMG ST \ K. I'M GKOWIH0 OLD ?t joai* e iui. My ay- |mm pleasantly away, My night* are blessed with sweetest sleep ; I feH ik> symptom of decay, I nave do cause to mourn n<? weep; My foes are impotent aa.l shy, My friends are neither falte nor cold, And yet, of late, I often sigh? i am growing old! Mygrowiat talk of olden times, My growing thirst f->r early news, My growing apathy to rh) mes, My crowing tow of easy My growing hate of crowds and noise, *y gtowing tear of taking cold, All tail me, in the plainest voice, I'm gowing old ! I'm growuig fonder ol my staff. I'm ^towing dimmer in the eyes, I'm growing faint?-r in my laugh, I'm growing deeper in my *tghs, I ton growing carele* of my drv s I 'm gro.ving frugal of my gold, I'm growing wise, I'm growing?ve?? 1'Si growing old! I see it id my changing taste, I see it in my chnnging hair, I sec it iu my gruwini waist, I see i; in my growing heir A thousand hints proclaim the truth, As plam a? truth was ever told, That, even In my vaunted youth, I'm growing old! Ah, me ! my v?ry laurtle breathe The ta'e In my reluctant ears; An<1 every bo.?n the V?iirs bequeath Bui makt-s ma dvbtnr to the v? ai?! B'en Flattery's honied w rds deela e The secret she would fain withhod. And t*ils me in 4,How young you are!" I'm growing old! Thank* for ihr yrars, whose rspid flight My s .uibrr ir.u-e too sndly sings ; Thai, k<* f r *he nitaiui of znMen light Thai tin; the i:arkne>s of their wi^gs ! Tn<- !ig!it tint b'unis from out the sky, T?i<*?* heavenly mansion* to unfold, V\h?ru all are Ueat, ml none may *i$h, "I*|jj growing old !" Qualifications.?Somebody has very truly remarked that? A good wife exhibits her love for her husband by trying to promote his wel fare, and by administering to his com fort. A poor wife44dears/' and "my loves" her husband, and couldn't sew a button on his coat to keep him from freezing. A sensible wife looks for her enjoyment at hoiiie?a silly one abroad. A wise girl would win a lover by prac tising those virtues which secure admira tion when personal charms have failed. A simple girl endeavors to recommend herself by the exhibition of frivolous ac complishments and a mawkish sentiment which are as shallow as her mind. A good girl always respects herself, and therefore always possesses the re spect of others. An Ihrbsistiblb Temptation.?The following naive promise was offered as irresistible temptation to a fair inamo rata: " I thank you," said the girl to her suitor, "but I can't leave home ; I am a widow's only darling: no husband can ever equal my mother in kindness." " She is kind," replied the wooer, "but be my wife, we will all live together, and see if I don't ?hat your mother." Thb Dutt op thb Draooxs.? One o* the Deacons in Kdward Dey's church asked him if he usually kissed the bride ?t weddings. 44Always,'" was the reply. ?? And how do you manage when the happy pair are negroes?" was the dea con's next queston. 44 In all such cases," replied Mr. Dey, 44 the dutv of.kissing is appointed to the deacons. ?7* 441 have heard," says Mr. Henry, 'of a married couple, who, though they were boih of a hasty temper, yet lived comfortably together by simply observ ing a rule on which they had mutually agreed?never to both be angry to gether." MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. Saint. heart For Daw. Blinom New York.~..Aspiriwail. Ap:. JO Washington ..New York Bremen*...Apl. 21 North ??'tar New York....Havre Apl 21 Atlanuc -Liverpool New York .Apl. 21 America Boston Liverpool.. Apl. *23 Northern Light....New York ...Ban Juan..Apl 27 Asia Liverpool.... Boston Apl. 9G 0*?- The California au am-*r<? leave New York on the 5th ?nd 20th of each month. ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS. National Hotel---*, d. wtmiD L P Griffith, Md T M Mulliken, do K T Wilson, Va G A Diggr-, Md W M Addison, do J W Joi.e?, Pa Dr J B Smith, NY J M Sanford, Ct A L Howell, Mas* J F Tanner, Va J Caldwell, 8C J C Gregg, do Hon J P King, Ga L J Fleming, NC B C Foster, Tenn Dr F M Ro'jertaon, BC W F Robertson, do J T Dobbin, Md % Hall <l lady, NC J Shloes, do J C Panidge, do J J Liadsey, do Dr P Minis, Md J 8 Barbour, jr, Va H W Vand- rgrift, do Col Dangerfleld and lady, do J Eng ish k lady, do Dr U D White and lady, Va C ? ooke,NY J K Porter k lady, da Col J Oakford, Pa J T Geodman, do J J Heed, Ry C J Pollard, Ala D C Digges, Md W Orgiel k lady, NY Mrs ?V Giving, Pa P Bog?*rt, Md S Shoemaker, d* Dr Smith, do Col J Sanson, Mass Browns' Hotel?t t. k a. imwi, II A Bird, Del Mise J L Bird, do Mm A F lird, do Mim M Boyd, do Mast Boyd, do 8 D Northrop, III J T New court, Pa R N Ja>nr, NJ ? A Woodward, SC T T Mason, Teun J T Gales k lady, Va M Brawner, Pa P P Montague, Md W 8 Key, Md C Happoldt, SC G W Kiruy, Md G H Harvey, do A P Fosburgh and lad;, R Hull, Md C Fontaine, Va Gov J Johnson, do Dr Hem an, Ga W Hunter, jr, Pa N J Pittman, NC B W Mabry, do K D Pope, do Wtllards* Hotel?a. a. k j. c. viluu. R Barth, Md Dr Manfun, NC C W Adams, NY T M Ketchum, do A St John, Ala Dr R H Baily, SC Mi* Baily, do Mi* M Cruk, do N W Brows, CSN C M Fauntleroy, do Dr S Sharp, do Lt H Key, US11M T D Robinson, Me Mr Fa I*, Md J Stf-arns k lady, do J Cleneoon, jr, do B Tomes, NT F Althitf k I%dy, do T li Hewhngs, Ps V L Bradford, do 8 Flagg. Mass W H San ford, Ct 8 F Beach, Va W R Masters, do Vnltsd States Hotsl?a. c. backbit B Hover. Tex G K Conover. Md W A Duunevant, Va J Dunaovant, ? o F C Gooch, do PC Bpencvr, do R S Boetick, SC L C Nile*, Mans B Wilron, NY J L Showers, Vs Capt Bush, do N Nelson, do Six A. HBWTOS, B G Thomas, Md F L Marshsll, Vs Mrs S Byrd, do W Lenoi, DC C C Dulanej- Vs P Benner, NY B Shumate. Va J M Harrison, do 0 W Pr^mrtman, do L B Smith, do ii C Kiehanlsoa, do W A Crawford, do L B Washington, do R Hu'l, Md D Fitxhugh. Va A M Brrnt, rio In Walton, M.I J J Herret, l?C M GiUer e Va J M Brown, do Iberry, do i Alexandria, Va. rsorsirros. T W Cloud k lady, Vs Mi*-4 L buck, do B T Dulsney, do S Garlond, CN W Sollers, nc J Duulop, Va Mr Ma<'donald W W Gl-nn, Md i Glenn k servant, do Mr* Budd, Pa Miss Davis, Del Dr A V Budd, Pa J 8 Budd, r, do Dr R Taylor, do Z Turner,Jr, Vs J H Brent, do D T W Ashby.dw W t J Cruulrv, Md OJ Su^sr, MV Maroh &, lf?*. \ r ? H*REBY GIVEN to the hotdereof Mailed States deecntn-d in the M |<>w1nf BBticeof 3d January tot, that for die pur poee or completing the parchaee of *e amount tHerein named, Lhm department will oondnua u* purchase, upon the terms of Mid notice, to the m ujf the reeidue of the sum proposed not yet oto talned?say #1,158,585 05, If said atoeka are offered a?d received here prior to the flrat day of June next: Treascrt Department, January 3. 1855. *?tiee ia hereby given to the holders of the fol lowing described stocks of the United States, that this department is prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st day of March next, portions ot those stocks, amounting in the ag tregate to $1,900,000, in the manner and on the tm m? hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In case of any contingent competition, within the amount stated, inference will be gven in the order of time in which said stocks may be offered. The certificates, duly assigned to the United States by the parties who are to receive the amount thereof, must be transmitted to this department; upon the receipt whereof, a price will be paid compounded of the following particulars: 1. The par value, or ai.iount specified in each cer tificate. . A premium on the stock of the loan authorized Lfte Ju|y> 1846, redeemable November 12, J?6, per cent.; on the stock of the loan au "Tfrtby toe act of 1842, redeemable 31st Decern ber. 18BB, of 10 per cent.; on the stock of the loans authonxed by the acts of 1847 and 1848, a >d redeem able, the former on the 31st December, 1867, and the latter on the 20th June, 1868. of 16 per cent; and on the stock of the loan authorised by the act ?L1850> and re*eeaBay? on the 31st of December, 1864, (commonly called the Teian indemnity,) 6 per cent. 3. Interest on the par of each certificate from the I sit of Januiry, 1 H.\5, to the date of receipt nrd set tlement at the Treasury, with the allowance (for the money to reach the owner) of one day's interest in addition. Payment for said stocks will be made in drafts of the Treasurer of the United States, on the assistant reasurer at Boston, New York, Philadelphia, as the parties rav direct. But to certificate will be entitled to the benefit of i?iis notice which shall not be actually received 8t the Treasury on or before the said 1st dav of "VJarch n?t- JAMES GUTHRIE. '?ar6?dttunel Secretary of the Treasury. REV. JOHN LAVA HAN, PASTOR OF Tilt: EXETEK STREET, M E. CHURCH ?A ?fr?Hig to bei.efH tl?e afflicted induces h<m im* to cer if". We chal enge anv other medicine ?o pr,'^t-ni siit h a nias- of tesimony from nt!> ine<i vid ladies nf high it tndinj* of our own wel-kuown jitixens. who testify ot cures of COUGH. I.iiON U1ITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, he. Baltimore, January 21th, 1855. ./rsfrs. Mortimer Moirhray: i take pleasure in sating to you tliat I have used > ?ur''Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit from a serious taroat affection, my pattern! health t-*1 become very much impaired, when I com menced to use '? Hampton's Tincture." I found i! effects upon my general health most salutary.? My nervous system and digestive organs soon right ed up under its use. I have several times recommended it ro my friends, and in every case, as far as I have been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, John Lanahan, Pastor OfExeter M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING Op"thE LUNGS. ? Ralxish, N. C., Feb 8, 1855. Usssrt. Mortimer Mowbray: I do hereby certify that about twelve months ago i was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs -?rid had four attacks of it I wan advised to try Dr. dampton's Vegetable Tincture I procured one boule, and after taking which, I was satisfied that I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, I was entirely well, and now I enjoy as good health as ever I did in my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation recommend the Tincture U) allpersoni afflicted in my way. Your*, Geo. W. Weakley. CURE FITS-RE AD! More to the Sick than Gold.?From one of the most re-;>"Ctable Druggists in South Carolina. Charleston, S. C. Sept. 21, 1853. Messrt.. Moxtikxr & Mowbray The sale el /our Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommends this ra! ja'>le medicine to the afflicted. Several of our planners have tried it in different cases with aston success, and are getting it by half dozens. It Has been found to be the greatest remedy for rheu matic affections, and a wonderful cure ha* bet n pe:formed on a negro bov, suffering from Fits. I will furnish von with a numhrr of certificates if you wirh them I am, gentlemen yours. W. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and see cures ot ugh, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys wp?a, Nervousness and Ceneral Weakness. As a Ifrnale medicine or for delicate children we bulieve i; tn? quailed. Sold by MORTIMER h. MOWBrtAY, 14(1 Mailt ill ire street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadwsv. S. York CiiAS. Stott St Co., J. B. Mooss, D. B. Clark*, e i.arkk 4. Bowliso, W. Eluot, and H M< Phkr son, Washington ; also, by R. 8. F. Ci ski., Ge?ree ;own ; and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, ard by Drug | gists everywhere. feb 21?tr NOJCLL * BOYD, BLIND MAKERS & UPHOLSTERERS, \\j OULD respectfully inform their friends an< f f the public generally that they- , i are prepared to attend to ail orders in*l :? "' Tirgr their line of business. ~~ f All kinds of UPHULSTER I NO fii " ? "? v ? ii "uc i uxn .10 r- ;-r ?j neatly executed; such as?Cutting and Making Carpets, Fitting d';wn Matting ij and Oil Cloth, Making an 1 fittitiK up S| B d and Window Curtains, Hair. Shuck si and other Mattresses, Pew and other sI^sbssw <'ushions. Spring Beds, Lounges, Easy, and Sici Chairs. We have in store - Window Shades am: Trimmings, Cords and Tassels, Split Blinds, Widt Paper for Curtains. VENIT1AN BLINDS made ii any style, and old ditto r-pajred to look as well a. new. All kinds of old Work repaired, and all or ders thankfully received R,id promptly attended V for ca?h, or a perfect understanding before hand. It you want the worth of your money just give in a call, at No 901 Pa. avenue, south side, b? tw. tftt and 10th streets. mar ao_tf PALMER'S PATENT LEG. 1-HIS AMERICAN INVENTION stands unrivalled both in this country andm Europe. Itis worn by 1,004J|iersons, and witb most astonishing success. In competition with 3l> other substitutes of the best trench, English, and German manufacture, it received the award of the OREAT MEDAL at the WORLD'S EXHIBI TION IK Lohdor, as the best artificial limb known. In 'his country it has been Uuriy limes exhibited, in compention with all others, at the annual Fairs in the principal cme?,and has, in every instance, received the award of the highest or first Premium. And as a crowning honor, by the unanimous approval of an interna tional council, the " First Pr-miura" only Shitx* Mr.lai given for Lirah*? was awarde< the inventor, at the New York I'rvstal Palace. Pamphlets giving full information ^ent gratis u e??-ry applicant. B. FRANK PALMER, 27B Chesnut street, Philadelphia. feb 28?3m FINE WATCHES. HAVING made a considerable adduion to no stock of sold Benin pat key levers, and L A DIKS ' WAYCBKS Of first quality, heavy 18 carat| I C&6K*ti. AI?k SILVER WATCUES for b^iys. I offer them at greatly reduced prices. Thi movemenu are selected with great care, and even Watch is warranted. Persons in want of a fine timekeeper are ioritci to examine my aMortment. ? H. SEMKBV, NoJB,? Pa* av???we? betw. 0th and 10th sta. mar JO FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN SMALL BUILDINQ LOTS of 10 feet tr mere, Ix vsrioos parts ot tha City, ml Gaoitf*town, a lew price*, and terms to ault LI.OYD & OO. 3 1)1 LDI KG ITUIK, Tct p*??, iehvarmble at the 0an;il, cr WJiarvea li Wafihin^toB. Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD A 00. llthatrMi, ~<p(. Tr?a<<at/ Department It w?iv PIANOS FOR SALE AND RENT. f|,HE subscriber has always on hand a amort 1 ment or German and American PL^S^^m ANOS, from the very best manulacturersW^^^^ which he offers for sale at low^ prices than ean be purchased in the District of Columbia and on the uiowt accommodating terms. All Piano pmrna4**d from mc are warranted to give satisfac lion. Old Pianos taken in eichange. B. RB1SS, ProtMsor of Music, G, betw. Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, eb ft?3m* Ddrionh with dkficcvivi * vision are invited to examine my exteiuive st??ckofall kinds ot SPECTA ' CLES and EYE-GLASSES. Gla.-W <?t any kind, such as Cataract, Parabola, ? ? Double Concave, Double Convex, am MHored (ila-see, put in at short notice, with grea ? Per""n* ?n want of glasses may be suri f?i whicb benefit the eye. Circulars "Detective Vieion," gratia at T?? EAGLE PLUMBING AM) OAS-FITTING DBPOf. 'I MIF. SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO HIS FP.IENHS AND THE PUBLIC in general lisat he ha* received the first lot of tvr celebrated DODGE'S DOUBLE ACTING SUCTION AND FORCE PUMP, whic! rccoived the SILVER MEDAL at the late Fair of thu Metropolitan Mecha&ice' Institute, and is now j.rc pired tnfurnifh all who may favor him with a cril. llis s ock of GAS HXTl'RBS are unsurpassed m the District. \Vith his corps of competent workmen he prides hi in-elf to fill any orders in tiie PLUMRINQ AND GAS-FITTING line with promptness and despatch. Aj^All work done warran'ed to jrive complete sat isfacrton JOHN April 28?tf Corner of Sixth 8treet and Pennsylvania Avenue. NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. \\*M. H. it li G RITTERhave this 16th da?of v? April entend into a eo-partnership for the j purpose of carrying on the Wood and Grocery busi nes <. I he {subscriber* Wood Vard and Store is situated ' on the Cuiial, west of and near to the market, where persons in wantot Wood or Groceries ?sf superior quality, and upon the most pleat>i g terms, can at , all times find a fuil supply. W. H. & H. G. RITTER. All persons indebted to W. H. Ritter previous to j tiie commencement of this firm are requested lo ( call and settle thfir account*. 23?eo2w CHANCE FOR BARGAINS. OUR stock of B< KITS and SHOES are now com , nl te in all its branches. ? _ 1 For Ladies we have an en .less variety of Gniters, button anil lace, from 1 to 2 50 Morocco pnd Kid Slip;?ers, 75e. worth #1 Do Buskins, 87)tf, worth 1 12 For Misses and Chilkren? Black, bronze and colored Gaiters, button end lace Morocco and kid Hoots, bronze and colored IJiack, bronze and wniie morocbo and Kid Slippers Shanghai Hoots. thick and thin soles Fot Gents our sterk cannot b<- surpassed in this city. Patent Leather and Cloth Ghiters, a superior article; Oxford Ties, Montereys, Kossuth Patent ! I e. th? r and calf. sewed and pefs^d Roys' and Youths' cloth and patent leather Rution Gaiters Walking and dnncing Pumpe, n superior article t alfyiid patent leather Oxford 'lies and strap (. all and examine our s?ock fo' we are determined | to sell for small profit*, rod reiitze quick soiw. Don't lose time but call early Don't forget the store. A. HOOVER h SON, S. side Pa av , nearly opp. Browns' Hotel, ap 2 A?eo6t 'i ftAKRIAQRV * HAHNRSt For Salo.? j The subscriber has on pnvate sale? 1 six-seat F.uui y Carriage 1 Doctor's Phnton I set Double Harnese 1 set Sing!" Harness Roth Carriages were built to order, are tfiorotigh .y well made, and but little u*ed. Prices low and terms favorable. JAS. C. MeGUIRE, Auctioneer and Commission Mercliaat. ap 23??o6t BLACK. TEA.?I HAVE ju.?t received another Lot of that -uprior, unrivalled black TEA, at cents per pound Special attention of housekeep ers and all who wi.-h to indulge in | a delicious cup ol Tea is respect fully called to this article, to be \ had only of Z. ?!. P. KING, 5163 corner Vennent ave. and I street. ap 17 Ttf (1H1LURK!FS FANCY STRAW j HATS.?Just opened a la>ge, new, and beauti . ful assortment of Children's Mraw Hats, Caps, and , V!iss? s' Flats, Ladie*' straw riding Hat*. of benuu- ' ful patterns, at BUTT 4 HOPKINS'S Gheap Hat, 1 Cap, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, corner of i (itii street and Peinm. avenue, between Browns' and NMMM H>Kels. ap 21?eoiw j WASHINGTON AQUEDU0T~ OrriCK WaSBIKOTOH Aa KDl'CT, "? > Washington, .March 7, 1855. j I PROPOSALS are invi'-ed for graduation, stone and bnck masonry, dams, tunnels, and other : works of Uie Washington Aqueduct. Proposals received up to the 8tli of May will be ojwned at noon of that day. Maps, profiles, and specifications of the work will , bv ready tor examination on and alter the %.0tli day i ot April next. Propo-als will be received for the work of particu* , lar culver's, bridges, kc., aa described in the plans and specifications. ' Portions only of some of thu works can be com- I pitted under the present appropriation, but ail the contracts for unfinished work will be subject to fu- j ture appropriations by Congress. Tlie Engineer re serve* the right to prescribe the amount ot work to be done and rate of progress under such contract for each appropriation, and, in case of the appro priation not holding out sufficiently, to decide when and what works shill be stopped until funds become available. In ca*e of the en'ire stoppage of any particular work for want ot funds, the reserved ten per cent, will be paid, if, in the judgment of the Engineer, the work has been properly executed so far as it has gone. Payments will be made in specie checks upon the United 8tat?s Treasury, upon the monthly estimates of the Engineer, reserving 10 per cent.; and it will bo a condition of all contracts that the workmen shall ba paid their full wages monthly and in specie. Ali bids should be -ealed and endorsed " Propo sals for work on the Washingtoa Aqueduct." Th? United States reserves the right to reject any or all the bids should they not be deemed advan tageous, and to make such arrangements a* may be considered most conducive to the progress ot the work. Every offer must be accompanied by a written guarantee, signed by one or more responsible per sons, to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accepted, enter into an obligation, within ten days, with good and sufficient sureties, torthe completion ufthe work undertaken; said guarantee to be accompanied by the certificate of the United States district judge, United States district attorney, navy agent, or some officer of the General Government or individual known to tne Engineer or Department of War, that the guarantors are able to make good their guarantee. Bids will be opened in presence of bidd* re if any of them choose to be present. Form of Ouar To Capt. M. C Meigs, U. S. engineers . We, the undersigned, residents of , in the State of , hereby, jointly and severally, cove nant with the United States and guaranty, in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or 1 they will, within ten data after the acceptance of j said bid, execute a contract for the same, with good j and sufficient sureties, to perform the work or furnish tiie articles proponed, in conformity to the terms of the advertisement under which it was made; and, in case the said ? should fail to enter into coHtrac* as aforesaid, we guaranty to make go jd the difference between the offer by the siid and the next lowest touder. A. B. C D. I hereby certify that, to the beat of my knowladgo and belief, the above named guarantors are good and sufficient. E. F. M. C. MEIGS, Captain of Engineers in Charge. mar 7?ootMaySkwtf F1E RAO BAG, by N. P. Willis i'uurbav;ll'f E aan. u <?! Christianity CuMinilug'* Family l'M>*r?, 2 vols ap .0 FRANC* TAYLOR. 1 I M. WILLIAN. LADIF.S' DBV.S3 AND TRIMMING 8 TO BE Pa. avenue, between Seventh and Eighth street*. MWILLIAN would respectfully announce to ? the Ladies of Washiricton that he has Just received from the Northern cities h complete stock nf GOODS, amo'ig which may he found? New style French Dres* Trimmings Fine French Flowers and Ribands A large lot of Bonnets, in silk, scrape, and rtr?w,of | the latest patterns And an excellent assortment of handsome Embroi deries of all kinds. Dresses made in the latest Paris fashions at rea sonable rates. Pinking and Fluting, and Kid Glove* cleaned. inar 31?eolm* NOTICE OF REMOVAL. New furniture store.?roth vvei.l * BROWN have removed their House Furn'sli ing Store to th<- large and handsome building on 7th street, next to < ?dd Fellows' Hall, where wp have for snle a la-gi; and varied assortment of elegant p;ir or, chamber and Cottage Furniture. Also, Carpetiugs, Oilcloth, Door Mats Glass and China W ire, ("locks in variety W ooden Ware, Basket Ware, Velocipede* riiildren'H Carriages, Rocking Horses Mattresses of hair, cotton nn i shnck Office Tables, Desks, Chmrs, &c. Japanned Tin Ware andiBathing Apparatus They will keep constantly for sale a full assort ment of fcou<rf! fumisning Goods, and will sell on the rn??si favorable terms. ap 6?eolm BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS. JUST opened, and now ready for inspection, at D. R. WALL'S Hoot, Shoe anil Trunk Em-fc l*onum, a large, varied and well -? ectedMv^ spring and summer stock of BOOT."5, SID >ES^^ and TRUNKS, among which are? Ladies' morocco, ki 1 and lasting Gaiters Boots, Slippers, Ties and Buskins Misses' do do Children's Shoes in great variety Gentlemen's patent leather and calf skin Hoots and Show, Congress Gaiters, Pumps, flic. Boys' and youths' do With all the most approved and fashionable styles of Shoes manufactured, all of which will be sold at exceedingly low prices. In addition to the above an extensive assortment of Trunks, Carpet Bags, Valises, and Satchels, very cheap. A call is solicited from all who arc in want of great h.nrgnins, xs I am determined to sell as cheap as the cheapest. I). R. WALL, No. 34 opposite Centra Market, ap 25?eo3w i-etween 7th and 8th sts PROPOSALS FOR WOOD & C0AL7 Office Sxcbetary ok Senate U S. April 17, 185.1. SEALED PROPOSALS will be receivtd at this office until 12 o'clock on Monday the 7th May next, for furnishing and delivering in the vaults of the Capitol, on or before the first day of October next, one hundred tons of 2,240 pounds each of best anthracite white ash coal, in lumps not less than three, nor ino-e than six inches in diameter, and en tirely free of slate or other toreign substance. ALSO. fur one hundred an i fifty cords best hick ory wood, to be measured at the expense of the con tractor, in the Capitol yard, sawed In two pieces, and properly packed away in the vaults ; the whole to be subject to the inspection and approval of the Secretary of the Senate Security for the fait iful performance of the con tract lor furnishing the ah >ve articles, to the satis faction of the Secretary of th-' Senate, will be re quired. Pr<>po?al-> may be separate, and should be endorsed "Prop'?sals for Wood," a~d "Proposals for Coal," and directed to the Secretary ot the Senate, at Washington. ap 18? law3w THE MUTUAL FISK INSURANCE C0MPA WY OF THE i ISTBJCT OF COLUMBIA, CCHARTERED by Congress, offers to the property ) owners of the District safer and cheaper means of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHAS. WILSON. Secretary. MATHEW G. EMERY, Treasurer. Man ag em. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick Thomas B'agden P.W.Browning y. Howard, Mathew G. Emery. J. C. MeKelden. Office, Columbia Place, corner Louisiana avenue and 7th street. Office hours from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. feb 26? eotf United States Patent Ofllcc, I Washington, April 23, 1866. J ON the petition of Huuu Dillaway, of facd wieh, Mass , praying for the extension ot a patent granted to him on the 21st of August, 1841, for an improvement In the construction ef mould* for pressing -lavj, for seven years from the expi ration of said patent, which takes place on the 21st day of August, 1855: It is ordered, that tbe said petition be beard at the Patent Office en Monday, the 6r.h day of August next, at 12 o'clock, m.; and all person* are notified to appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition ought not to be granted. Persons opposing the extension are required to flW in the Patent Office their objections, specially Bet forth in writing, at least twenty days before the day of hearing; all testimony filed by either party to be ?aed at the said hearing must be taken and tran? mitted in accordance with tbe rules of this Office, which will be furnished on application. The testimony in tbe case will be closed on the 26 th of July; depositions and other papers relied up on as testimony must he filed in the office on or be fore the morning of that day; the arguments, u any within ten days thereafter. Ordered, also, that this notioe be published in the Dniou, Intelligencer and Evening Star. Washington, I).C., Daily Repab ican, Baltimore; Pennsylvanian Philadelphia, Pa., Scientific American, N?w York: and the Post, hoaton, Mass., once a week for three successive weeks previous to the 6tk of August next, tbe day of hearing. S. T. SHUQERT, Ac'ing Commissioner of Patents. P. 8.?KJitorsofthe above papers will please copy and send their bills to the Patent office, with a pa per containing this notice. apr 21 law3w RICH AND POOR, mid other Tracts fur the times, a new voiurne, by Rev. J. C. Ryle, au thor of "Living or Dead" The Young Man Advised, by Dr. E O. Hnven. The Select work ol the Rtv. Thoe. Boston, com prising las Body of Divinity The Teacher's Last Lesson, a Memoir of Martha Whiting tfoJ Sovereign and Man free, by N. L Rice, D.D A Boy's Adventure in the Wilds nf Australia, by WilUa.n How m. GRAY &. BALLANTVNE, ap*7?Jt Seventh sc. DOCTOR MOOrLAMD* C8LEB&AT8D German Bitters* ruFiuti n DB. C. X. JACX80H, Pa., will ?rrucrva llt ciu jItbb coolant, dtspkmia, wool Chromic or Noroous DtMitm, Dimnam qf tko fWasys, mmd aU diootue* mrinng from ? dio rdmrod Livor or Stomaok. Such AS Constipation, Inwurf Piles. Pulliwsa. or Blood to the Head, Acidity of the !*towarh, Nau set, Heartburn, Dir-gust for food, Fulhtt"* fw wt?iit in the Stomach, dour Eructations, Sink inc or Fluttering at the Pit ot the Stomach. t?wim tiling ol* the H<'ad, Hurr ed and difficult Breathing, Plu'terinj at tlie Heart, Choking or Suffocauag Sensations when in h lyir.g Posture, Dimn?t* ol Vision. Dot,, of Webs before the Sifht, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Prrepiratjou, Ydkiwncsf of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the fiid<% Bark, Chest, Limbs, fcp., Sudii-n Fhi-h?* of Heat Burning iuthe Fitnh, Constant Itpagui ?nes ot" Evil, and great depression ol" Spirits. rHR proprietor, in callinj tne attention of the pubIL: to this preparation, (tw? so with a fetrl "if of the almost confidence in its virtues and adaj? tation to the disease* Ibr which it is rcomaitnilid. It is no new and untried article, but that ?t >ed the test of a ten years' trial before the Ameri ?n. people, and it* i? put. it ion and ?ale is unrivalled i y any similar preparations extant. The testimony i'? its favor given by the most prominent and well ' town Physicians and individual*, in ail part* of ;e country i* immense. The following from North t-'at' lina is respectfully sub.i itt- d, re?<*rrit:g any who may still doub', to iuy "Memorabilia." or Prac ucal Receipt Book tor Farmer* and Families to be nad pratis, of a'l the Agents tor the German Bitters. Principal Office and Mai uflictory, ISO Arch at., Philadelphia, Pa. TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Otlifiratr of Dr. W. Smith, of Pine Hul, Rich mond County, N. C. Pirn IIili, Man-It 4th 1854. I-'R. C. M. JaCKsoN, rbit?d*-lphM?Deru S t: I ::av. been a subject of Dj-.p-psiu, in its want t r?n, :or tin- last five years. Such was ray CM.?iitic:i lor Wf lv<- months tlivt 'he phycictsns and all who .-aw ne -aid ( must die. While in t!,i? conditio. , I was carried to the watering plncr * in Virginia, <e<- ar:d North Carolina, hut was not benefited by my water to which 1 was taken. While on my ?va> hc.nic, I stopped a Hi'k at R.uhcrtor itoii, a ~nul t village in North i^^'ina, to try the rfl?ct of -ojjie Ubaiylteate wat-:r in that plare. About the a*t of the week, ! went into a drug store to gel some medicine for iny child and inysnf. There were several of the villace physicians in the store, and one of them seemed to lake some interest in my case and, after asking me some questsens, .said he had been a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the use of " Dr. Hoofland's German Bit ters," prepared by yu, and he insisted that I would try the Bitters He also called the next day at my room, and insisted so much that I would try them that I asked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and 1 commenced taking it as directed, and I do say [ was more benefitted by it than all the water and inedicine I had ever taken. After reaching home one of my neighbor* came to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dyspep tic,) and i gave him nearly all the Bitters I had left, viifch effected much good in his case. He has often mailed on me for more of the same k nd of medi cine, saying he was more benefitted by it than any other he had taken, but I have not been able to get tny more for him or myself , 7 there Sire, please ship me a dozen or more as soon a? pos r.ble. Respectfully yours, W. SMITH. I). R. HOOKER, Soger's Store, Wake t'o., N. C., October 24.1853, says:?" Having experienced very great benefit from the use of 44 lloofland's German Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and us concomitant evils, I am desirous of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my community. You will, therefore, please send a lot. kc. Ac. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOP. HriiTsviLLa, V adkik Co , N. C , Nov. 1st. 1853. Df. C. M.Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discovery of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef fected a cure that all other medicines, that I have .aken. have entirely failed to do. "Honflanri's Ger mnn Hitters'' have sured me of tlu moat stubborn and aggravated case of the pims that, perhaps, ever fell t? the lot of man My case is not a ctrang<-r in tuis community, as I am well known in this ai:d the ^rrounding counties, an J can truly sav that my re covery has astoundeo all my friends and relations, as I had tried everything reaoiniuecded, and nothing did liie any go*.;! until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at liberty to make any H?e ol thi? communication, for th* b' nefit of the nflLcKd. you may think proper. Truly yours, WM. i. ATWOOD. These bitters are entirely vegetable, they invigorate and strengthen the syst.-'in, never prot-irat-^ it, and can be used for infants as well as adul's. F'>r sale hy respectable dealer* everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington; J. L. KlDWELL, Georgetown; and J. R. P1ERPONT, Alexandria, mar 1? lv CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE. Tht G?eat Pnrlfltr of His Blood I Wot a Particle of Kereury In It *ii IsxfcLUBLi Rsxbdt (or S i-ofuia, Klr^a Evi', F.hetjraatli?Tj. Obstinate Cutaneous Erjp"ons. Pin fcles or Pu?tu!<?s on thfl f*??, B'otohps. BoU Cfcrcni-* F.y<?, T>iag Worn or rstt*r, Htai. Si!lar?ement and Pain of tc? Bocss ar.d iotc?, Utufclwrn Cloers Syphilit'a Disorder*, Lumbago. Spin*! CcmplVnts, an l ? ^ha diseas-f ?risirg from an ?uju ''--ioas u.-- of r urr , Ira predmre fti ! ifv, rr Iaj-urity of t>?e U oo-3. J^HTS v- luvlJ* M?dic ne. ^hich haw bxvo* brstHl tor th" nunber of *xtraf rdinary cures, ?flirted through its s^encj, h?? it-du-r^d t&e |;ropr; ?t.( s. at the vrg'nt r-qu??st of their fronds, to offer it to the pubiic, which they do with the utmost ecu 6a? ncs in its virtu-s and srcnderful curative prop jrti s The following certificates, relecied troa s arge cuir-.her, are, however, sttooger t-ptlmonv tha:' th? msre wo<rl oftbs prop'??tr'i ?; ?cd are ail iron gentlemen we'l known in th?ir localities, and of the high-st ra3pe:tahlUty, mfcny of th"m res ling 'n the oity of Rictmcod. Ya. F. HOYDKN, Ksq., cf the Exchange Hotel, Rioh mocd, known everywhere gays he ha# ?een ?he Ve-J .cine called Caktir's Sf arasu Mixtvri, aiCi;z?:vt?reC in over a htindre-i raseti, in nearly all the disease# for which it l? recommended, with tho n-'.-st aston irhingly good results. He says it is the most ex traordinary medkioe he bw -WMtii. AGDK AND FKVati?GRKAT CURK.?I h?reby flertJfv that for thv??e years 1 had *gue wad F#vei of the Eiu't violent description. I had several Phv "cians, took l?rg? quaniities of Qoiriue,'^ aod I bePevoail the Tonics adieitised, out all ?iu *>ut pcimanat relief. At la^t I triod CarterV ?p*3iah Miitura, two bottles of which eJfcctu?>l? cured me, and I am happy to nay I h*?e had neither :b'l'j or fsvers since. I conek'er it tlis beft Tcnir In this '-orId, and the only iredi'm." that *vei raaclodmy caie. JOHN LONGD?N. tiATtu L'ltca, near Richmot;!. Va. C. 8. Lt?CS, fiikj, now in the city of Rich^::nd and for itany yeani In the Po*t Office, has buch aonfilence in the astonishing effl-acy of Carter^ Spejiiih Mixture, that h? hat bought npwarda of & bottlea, whi 'h he h?s given away to the affltctad.? Mr. Lack says he has never known it to fail when taxen aocording to directionu. Dr. VINQB, a practising Phrrirlan, and fcriaariy of the City Hotel, In the city of RJ( hmood, mye he I'.as witnesa^d in a ncxalvr of infttancen the effects ot Car er's Bpanuh Mixture, which wer? most tru!> mrprifing. Ho cay0 ia * eabh of Oon?umprion, de pendent on the Liver, the good effeci? w?rs won ?iarru! Indeed. SAMUEL M. DuINKBR, of the Lrm of Drtnkor k Morris, Richmond, wap cur<?4 cured of Liver Cc-n* Claint cf three t ears rtanding, by the uae cl Iwr cttlea of Oirter's S?ani?h Mixture. GREAT CURE OP SCttOFULA ? The Editors ol the Richmond Republican h*d a servant employed ia 'Jieir press room, cured of violent frcrofula. com bined with Rheuiaailsm, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture ravie a perfect cere of him, anl the Kdi tcr* in a public notice, say they "cheerfully reocn menu it to ali who are afflicted with any disease ol the blood " STILL ANOTHER CCR? op SCROFULA ?I had a very valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter'^ Spanish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a vaiuab'e medicine. JAMES M. TAY1>>R, Conductor on th* R. F. and P. R. R. Co.. Richmond. Va. SALT RHEUM OF TWEKTY YEARS STANDING OUUED Mr. JOHN THOMPSON, residln* In the dty ol Richmond, was cured by three bottles of OarterV Spanish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had for ?early twenty Tears, and which all the physidaiu of tto? 44* eeuld not cure. Mr. 1 hompson is a well ksewp MMnhant in the city of Richmond? and hi hi tnaat nt ?rkab!e. WiL A. MATTHEW, of Richmond had a .-ervunt cured ?t Syphilis, in the worst form, by Garter*! Spanisk Jlixture. He 6ays he ehrerfullv reoom mends it, and oonsMers It a very -.nvaluable meli EDWIN BURION, oommisuioner ol the revenue, says be bu s?en the good effects oi Carter s rpeulsh Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says it is a perfect ears fcrthat horrible disease. WM Q II AUWO^lD, ef Richmond, cured of old Sores aad Ulsers, which di?*bled him fram walking, rook a Saw bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch, in a short Him n?manen' ly cured. Principal Depots at M. WARD, CLO0K A Oo? No. 98 Maiden Lane. New York. T. W. DYOTT 4 SONS, No. lfl North Second at., Philadelphia BENNETT A BEEES, No. 12? Main ?txee^ Rich (b^sale by CHARLES STOTT, Washington, D. C; HEN HY PEEL, Alexandria, and byui ?g|li| rrsnrwhere. Prlc< ft prr tK>?tie, oi six bcttles for |lc mu-u ! TKA VkLKKh: iHKfck IOKV. Washington BRANCH railed ad! change of iiourh f~\N Mxl nfW Mouday, the 9H inrtaat. tfie it-uin i I will l.ruvc W .-?*r?trwi M 6 ?d ?>H *? n., andluj 4k pm 7*i Surdar nt a m and 4W f ? Lmtp Baltimore at 4* and 9fc ? m, ud 3u<! 5* p in On Sunday a 4$( and p m ap 93? tf T ? r ARHOWH. NOTICE.?0 A A. RAILROAD. jj " ? ^ The splendid St?amerGBOHdfl .4Pkv*8S64*PAtiK will leave her slip, fool of rrv< t.tfi street, daily. at <J ?*' b*-k a. w, ?wr #v? ?i<m*viUe, Oui<)tb?nik ar>?1 ?tauu <?. UrtakfiH on Kt'dtl"1 b K Thi? boat, t?y tr~v< l? r? h i'*Hn *he Fl^teK fe*. acr. E. A. RYTI1MR, rnptwn. np IT Jffr Mott Bedell's Mm. V?ir YOMX.MMXJiHDKLM. WASH1SG1, CITY, .?A7> DISTRIC T OF COLUMBIA PACKETS. THIS LINE ??f PACKET?* ?AIW WKBBLT I tn>m per 14 Fa-t Rivr, New ?ft^a?r i< uece?*ary. and .?re compoe-id of the #>llowtaf flirt >e? fbt-'-A. r. B<.UU, Bedri!, *.aeier. New Kolir. MoU BnUll, \. V. TredwtJL dchr. ^?h D.t Wu. Oliver, martcr. ?<lr. IWjn.', L. \ Smith. maytrr. __ Srhr. Commenfor-t'n-Ck%tf, W t?pt Ml. M**'. Srhr. (ireeiivay, WiIm d, ii*?ler. Tho-e v^p-h-Ik kh' all fart sartors, *nd the charters ?if it of fijwrtrac*; in ihf* Ike only r?f? r?r line ot VVwtii.t(H>n City packt-to. MOTT BEDELL, Wall nr?et, N. V. ft. i*. MASTERS k WW*, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, ,? b 1?6at .^emcton and D. C. ARC* AJSD ALEXANDRIA FAJiIKOAD. <>!i end after Ttitsdm, Kov. 7, 1854, I 7.K Carr Sweve Jll-Halrii da !y frr Ocrrt- n* \ . 11* and ?ntrJ?-^W *?k>"3S at '4 rVnk, ? ni.. ?? tl-arriraict t*-? Wvklirtft. ?-< t?ae i>r br**kf?rt or board Cca. awjtioi; Maia Jun'tlen with a tratu for Ftree vi.rr, r.t ffur?f.os Ju <*too w'.t* a train for War? ~aV>s.tC'l at Crt" icnr*?:!]? with tr*fne rn tbe Virginia Ootral Rallro?l fcr El bf i>d,Chariotta? ?l ie, and Ftaonton. r>j? <*r? Inn Gor^onariUe dally fc-r A lnandr^a ?'.d interiaedi?ta ata^fc*, at x/l b?-or* IS. a. ta., on t ? & riral of th?j trs'Tis et tt? VMcl? Oau?J -all roai froa *lehn??J, CfcarV?t ?<*rllla, and Pt?octoe. T-!tOWH TlOKCTP. Froia Al"**i*4rie tr ^'f.rr?r.t a ^2 00 M M 6er if.nerllie 3 10 ? ? Ciurk4^*i!tt 4 26 " ** Praunton.............. ft #0 ?* '?* PtTMb'T*?* 60 ?? ? L7wibar|mM.M?H. ? Tft ? " Wl^~h?et?r...^.....? 8 60 ? * L*ir*y..? 4 n u u Nrw Market ? ft 00 x " Middlebcrs 3 2ft t?* 1$ aebV-.tfc wMMHr|y aritli U.e rtaw at Cha:ioti?Ttt*e^ tn MVcJays, Wedcr^ye, %nd Fri lays ?t: I.craj anl Srr Market, ?be ? at Cu!pep*r, oe T ;r9da7i,Tbcr"dara,and ^at uriay. fcr T?l^icb^rt? daily, eimaectinf wttk the elafM at P'edaioct P,: MiOdlabuif dailj, ocree-?Hn^ with tb? et?g?a at Plaice. Per orders W E. BRCCKSTT, Agent nOT T?<itf FOR MOUNT VERNON. On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS [Faro Totird trip f!; from Ala* .dri? 7ft "SentB -The THOMAS OOI f YFR leavae ? iyhinjton at 9 sod Alexandria at o'e'i^k. C'tarhae l?are the Oapitcl for tie boat at Ski o'clk. ' r"h i-re '0 ( Aate PrnK>np vl^Mog :he 0cache? will lea re their reel irttb T-ro. k 1 bee. Taxker. U.*ft.eEhtte:!tP PC the bo?*. octtS?dtf 8AM*L Q?T?VTT, Ca?t 'UK I* KW ? * LIVTKPOOL *-?{$& UNITED STAPLE MAIL STEAM eps. mar phifh comprising T't-s linh *r? [ -.HB Ai'l.A V7IC. t ?7*. Weet FACl/IC Cept. Nye, B.VLTIC. Capt. Cfcrrefyrt, ADI'JATIC r*pt. Qraitra. fhei-e ship? hare been i uilt b; contract, .7 f?r Gorerraent Msrrtoe; erery csr* Las f^n ^ten in the!r (xn?tnictt?n, n? In ttie Engir.e* to ?nefcre etrecjrth ani 'peM, a*d rhe?r acccounoda rtooe -.or nareen^Ta are unequ%!W for elegance and ormfort. f ri ? of pu.watte frr m Nrw l\ rk to Liverpool. In SrPi cabin... ............... .??.......................... A190 iV-flfinil Cab'ti - 70 Kxclki.ive iwU ?<xtra sise erati r ?oni* 30ti J rm Lieerpcol to Vw Y; rt &2Q and ?20. An experienced rurj^or attacLfd to each ehip. .No berth oan k?e ee. an*I nntil pal l for. for freijcht er r-a^en^e applr to ai/WAUP K. OOI.LINe A OP . L6 W?U rtreet Nev Ycak. 3R0WN, Fllii'LFT * Ol^ LirerpcoL E. 0. BOUKRTS k 00.. 12 Klng-b Arise Yard, Loodoa. JOilN MUNKMB k 00, s& P.u* ^c tro Dame d<u VI toirea, Pane. ULO a. i/RArKR, Uavr?. Ite ( wn?r? of thsee ablpf will ao* be acooantable fur ?rold, olrer, kullior, pp-vie, jewelry, predou# ?i 'ne* cr aetalV. unle>' bill* of lading are ttigned th?r?f<.r. an^ the ralu* thereat tbarrin eapreneed IS?J lr . ?? ? 1J Private Medical Treaties 09 TU1 FHYS10L0GICAL V1*W Of MAR&IA0B. BT ? B. LA caoix. N. D,f ALBAXT, y r >*0 Pt^e# and 180 Pise Plain and Colored UJio KTapbp ?nd Plate*. (J- Prlea oaly It Cents ?y*8ent free of poeta^et^ ell parte of the Ucion"W CUFAPE^T ROOK KTKR PURMfhEL, ?n 1 oontataing nearly d- uble the qnantity of reeling mattar la U*?t of lb* FIfTY CENTS 0B DOLLAR PUBLIC VTI0N8. It treat* on tbe PHYSIOLO GY OP M ARRIAQR. and lb* I secret i.flrmitieeend dtaorder of youth ana metartry, re eulting from exeeeee*. which destroy the physical acd nee tal powers with blMarratlcn? oi-urui^r, iu datle? and dia^uali&cationa. and their rar^eliac; with lithograph*, illustrating tba ?natcdt and pbvnr>U-gy. a?d die?a*M of the reprr iuptive organs or both aexec. their etracture uaee acd functions. A popular and cowprebecare trea ting nn the datiee and e?en*J*4-'e f rfrgle M?d max ried life?happy acd !? Uit'.ol sJ lauva, mode rf ae? rurlc^ theu iniel^t^X" .'-d infr.tile ooee? tl?;r ju>iala:n and rwfcDv-.?;a^nkat hints to tbo*e 4>nt*!cpleting csa'. J&f ay, tn?t will ovi-m^ine oh iectioc.- to It; nci?, hewer<?r. ehruid take thie la* pjrtant s>p w^ -cot ir?t oonaultlng it# pagee? y.iaaentnrit'e on the u.iaeaf?e? and luedleal tr^atsaect er teatl>^ t.ot in^r.ry to old asa, each case graph ual'y iiluHt ate.j by b?autifu! lithographic piatee? aerroat debility, Its causea and core, by a prooea at one. ao aiia^le, *ae and effect thai tailure is irapoaalhle?ru.?s Cor daily tr^cagei&ect?an ea?y dn ^pormatorrhcea with practical otaerratioie on a ?tfer, and note en.~cee*ful mode of ti^atment?pre nationary hints or. the arile resulting froa car in sal practice?an e?*ay r.a all dtaeases arising rroa titdierreiion, with plain and simple rules by which ail pereone can cure themselves w ithout marcary? remedies for inoee telf indicted udscrles and disap pointed hepea bo lin&rtonu-lely preraient In tha young. It Is a truthful advlrer to the married and tucw oonteaplfcting martia^e. 1 It parnea) is par tieularly reoomaended to persons entertaining ee jret doubts of their pkyaWl conditlen, and wb<> ara ?nscioue of hatiBK !iua?dtd the health, ba[ pine* ard prieiiegei tc e.bich every human baiBg is *A tltlad to. Prfe* 2ft aents per oopy, or five eoples fcr one dol lar. Mailed free of pottage to any part of the Can ted States. N. B.?Those who prefer may oonenlt Dr La Osoa ap- ii any of th* diseases upea which ak brek treati either ersocaiiy or by maiL M- lieine sent to asj part r.t the Cuion anoorllng to directicnf, taftly packed acd csrefcUy secured from all obest'tof* Address Dr. II. H. LA CROIX, .Vo 21 MaideL Lao# or Poet Office Bo* ?7?, Albany. N. Y. W Oftce opec daily from 5 a a to t f m, and ?? Sunday from il until ft p m. K~ Office ktaaaowed from No. H Bearer d* to SI Maiden List, AiUcy, K. Y. dee 7 IMA'* PATENT AMERICAN ACCORDEf Several ot those now and impro.(?i<l nietiwnieii? Ju? received and for sale at the Mumc lHp<?? ?' IIILBI H k UlTZ. Also. 0 doten ?rf Fa iV new and cheap nuvuctwo Books, pri<e 25 cents. The public are invited to examine t?iwe Aeeerde one, having rerwved th? irat premmuis in every el hitNton exhibited. HlLBCS fc HIT Z, uiar S4 8?.le A?ari*-_ CLOCKS* CLOCKS, CLOCKS I-lff00 want a r*>d Clock, warrant*^! to kc'P l^Kt cad at the a*, we at I. R<?uiXfl?'V SSO Pa ive., opjRi fir.wi# ?? ie ap 7-dim

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