Newspaper of Evening Star, June 2, 1855, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 2, 1855 Page 4
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TO ALL THAT VALUE THUR SIGHT. v W~ ISHRS to call the attentioa to all that suff< r Tf ?ith dd?icuve sight, caused by age, sickness and particularly f om gli?ses injudiciously sHertsd to bin superior SPErTACLES tnd GLASSES car-' fully ground *y bun*Ht to a true .pherical accurac. and brftf int tran?par. ncy. sui ?(i rre/isely and ben efici illy to the wear, r according to the concavity ?*r ronventy ol Ui* eye. Very numerous are the til el-! lects caused to the preciou* oigan of sight from tbe ? *. 'inmen^emfni of using glasses iu not being prr - j cisely suited, by the us. of an Optometer; and the ? practice ol uiany years, enables bii:i to measure the local distance of the eyes, and such (lasses that are absolutely required will be foiniah' tl with preci*'or and -aiMtac'Uoik J. T. acknowledge the very liberal encourage inent already obtained, *nd farther solicits the ps? 'ronage <?f those that have nor yet availed themselv-.'s ?if his aid. Person- that cannot conveniently call, by sending the glume* in use, and statinr how man) mch> s thev can read this, print with their spectacles, can be supplied with such thst will improve their sight. Innumerable testimonials to be seen; and refer ences given to many who have derived the greatc t ease and comtci from bis glasses. Circalars to be had gratis, at his office, No 51 4 Seventh street, three d'Ws trom Odd Pellows' Hull, up stairs. NoRroLK, Sertemb*>e 7, 1P54. Sir?The Spectacles you dmp for me suit very well, and *eem to have unprrvtd my sicht more than any other I have lately tried Lot. W. Tazbwvli. Ilrm-tncd a pair of Spectacles obtained from ?. ' ao*1 ^llJ th^,n "f ffeat assistance to my ^?ght, Sni corresponding with his description of the ?ocus. ^ i recommend him ns a skinful optician .. * _ Hewav A. Wis*. M t. J. Tobias : Sir?The peir of Spectacles you f.trntshed nie yes-erday are particularly satisfactory to me They are very decidedly the best I possess, and I am tlie owner of eight or nine pam, ct-efhlly selected in .'iffer.-m pfae*?and from opticians recommended to ine <>n :k count ot their professional standing in Erg mud. France,and the United States 1 have be.~n also plea < d with your rr marks and directions on ? lie treatment ot the eyes, for the purpose of pre serving and improv ing nje sjght. P.espectfully yours, Chas Cai.dwki.l, - Professor of M. C., Louisville, Ky. LTK' HBrRQ, Xov. 10,1854 Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with Gias ?*e*. by which I have been greatly aided, (my nsion li-ivine taffered greatly from leading a; r.iglit .? my earlier life) it afTtriUm* ihe highest treasure to ?av that I consider him a skillful pra'tic? optician, and we.I prepared to aid those wh.o may nerd his prof, s meaal servteaa. W*. B. Kocxia, Wtter of Methodist Conference. Mr I. T..U, W,U"""T""' C> "?? ?. I>ear Str_j am happy to say that the Spectacle* wtucn . obtained from you last week are cntir* ly ^a'istae:.<ry From an inequality In th ? visual rane'e mv I have heretofore found ereat difficulty iiMfettiiig elapses of ihe proper focal distance*. It a., rd? in. pleasure to state, that by the aid of your optometer this difficulty has been happily obviated, >-o u?at the Glasses you lurnished me are decidedly ne best " tapted to nay eyes of anv I have ever ytt used. V?ry respectfully yours; R. D. Piaxi, Rector of St, Jame*' Par.*h. Department of Interior, May 7, 1855. Pruas natural Uefecis aid the unequal range of mr ? >", 1 :>e?n compelled to use gla?es for so7e r.?. > 4?. | have tried different opticians without obtaining slassej perfectly fitted to my eyes Four :n?n' is <UKe Mr. Tot as* two pairs especially >r !???, H ?ich I have foaad to serve i?e perfectly ?'v the ui of his opt lmettt he is rnahled to a-iap; Ulasseajamau !y to the eye I atost cheerfr.rjv re' oinm. nd Mr. 1 obia< to ail having occasion to n e g'a-?? s, ai; 5 bear m; test m-nv a* to his skill as a;, 4.ptir,?L -Isaa* E. Baluwij*, A?i?:am Seci'y to s^n Laui \Y.urauL-. mav1^? u 11 J FOR THB CTRB OF Asthma and Consumption. MKIV AND VEKY WON/>FKPL'J,"' H YGEANA B-ougbt heme lo the door cf he Million. V WONDERFUL dmav.ry ha? re.ently bteu nia.i. t?y Dr. Curtis of this city, in the treat me it >x'Con.-iiiupunii, A>llima. ar.d all disea-e? of tbe Lang-. VV. refer irt I>R CURTIS'S HVGE \N.V IKflM.ING HVCEW V.VTOR AND ? H1.MRY SYKL'P." Witfi this n* w method, l)r C. has rest ?r- .1 many afflicted outs to heailii, ai au e v'.ieiK . which he ha- anum?rab?e certificate* S;>eakiiij "I t?i tr .,'mtnt, a physicnn remaiks, -'Jt is evid- nt ihii i L ilitg -'?onstaiiUv breathing an agreaafcie. beal- g vapor?the m diciuai p.-.,p? rti., nust win in dir -t contact with the whole a'ial cavuie of tf*- lung . and thus escape the many an J v?.i'd eMnr s pr uiuced upon them wh<n intro. '?ifed in- . ,&e Jtoioach. and subject to the process <h d^ettbufi " The Uygena is for sale at al. the DhisjuN throneh.,.;- the coutry .V. York Dut<U. **an of Jan. 14. Tne lnh% er is worn oti the breast under the linen '?tcoi:vn.?eace?the heat of the n dy beu g su'Scicm to evaporue the fluid. Hun "reds ot caw a of cures, like the follow:^, mi*lu nasfd. ^ < ?;n p^ck igp '?f theiiyg ai:a has cured me of the ^-'timaor sag years' standing. }? F. KrESBtRBY. P. M. of Duncanm-n, Pa. I am cured of th e Asthma of ttn years' standing ??y Dr. laitu's Uygeana. s MAR?tABCT TaSTO!*, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mrs. Paul, of Xo. 6 Hammond street, V Y , was cured of a severe case of B-onehiUs by the Hv geans. My nn. has b?^?n cured o< a distres,ine cough of V''".-T -"""I'nr. and decided to be incurs hl? bp tj * phT?!ciaii5u Hhe was rurncj ic .?nc iu >nt!i by the Mygeana. j. h. Gacbbbt, P. M Btefcwai, Me. n,t ""V D! CacATt:;, : X W \rrjrk, : tifieg of ?ir nieuxc^:e in t:.e toil . . in* lan.^uage : , , , v tflwYoBK, Xov.4J 1RX. i>eur . u-l think highly o: fir. Curti.VHyge-na t- a remi .fy tn ..tseascs -rtha throat and Lung^ ? Hjvin- u.i t opportunity to te-ti.'y its efficacy m?* rtal ll,,s 3 ^icellent aiedi '?e tiv t a,lfl tf!< inhaling apptteation to P. Citnza v. rit?fl w as follows x' receutly uad occasion to test >n".r i ? v r -rip n; d Hygean Va|H>,, in a case of < hroMc wore uuo?u, that luui refund to yacU to oth ?? tamMat atu cot, .;nd the re?ul: U v satisfied '?? lr ii, whiinv-T uiy he ;|?p ctivnp ?sition <if your ^eiuut ii, it I, ho unpositiMil, but an excellent rem. dy. 1 w.*ti, for o1 Uit ^ tLat it ?tucr.t be broogh: w ithin the r. acl. of all. Df "otiB^, one of the in j?t eeltbra; a Phvsiciaae si ... a York writes as foll'iws: ' ' ?I?" ar Sir?Having witnessed the ex c? 'ent etfpchi of your Hyg. ana r luhalirij; Hygean \ap< ra: tf Cherry Syrup, in case .if Chronic Bron ? : r Tavor of counter irnuiioii in aift twmt i ; t .e Uiroat, Bf? ucH:al liikt-saiiiilunn rfully re- mum.i.d your Medi ^ \iV*r?tiis as being the most convenient and etfect'ial mode ol app ying anyUui.g of the kind I !i iv._-ever seen. No d^uht, thousaadt of ui.:y b rH?v d, ?au m*uy cured, by using yuur illedl' llle>. * b 1 '! -wed to oi .e*-that I am up ' T1!; P^""1 " secret cm pounds, hbt l.rte neat.y contrived anicl., and its . tfects ... .? cn-M- ab.-ve alluded to, have induced me to speak !n i!? :a*or. \ .-o ait at Mbcrtv U> u?e this in any way you may ihmk i^opt/. Respectftilly, yours, h'c. C. Johns, M. D? No. 60? Houston street, N. Y. Price thrt? ..oilars a package Sold by CI'RTfS \ PEKRI.NS and BOYD ^AL'L, No 149 "Jhambers street, N. Y. Fi.ur pai kages sent free to any part of the United Stales tor ten dollars. BJ7,.>r C aft*, :> Hygeana is Uie ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE; all others are ! ,BI>,t*il,",,S) or vile and injurious counterfeits 3hunthai as you would PO!8(>N. Por sale n. Washington by CH ARLES 8TOTT ,k VZOTZ' 7U| ; ?nd J. B MOORE, in "* ? vv *"*? may 22 MAskiaa, Arahltest. {fa. amemur, ?? TWA anJ HeceriM treeU,) * asbuiotoh^ D. c> VV P:a"^ d?a" working v * l?rawings, and specttcaiMin... (,t tMildings o< . very description, aid also tosuperintsnd their free """? <V-b I??.H WILLARD'S HOTEL Old Point Comfort, V?. T^HIJ BTLMMDiD SEA SHORE HOUSE IS NOW OPEJk Boaro per day. fg UU Board by ihe week, per day_ 1 jo Board by the month, per day 1 25 Baths free :or the gnests may 10-lm C. WILLARK fc BRO _ lliVKR WAUK, PLATED WAHIC O ANDFISE k'A OOOUI.-Silver ? fee and t'?a S- u, .Sugar Bowls, Cream Jugs, "I?!1B, Capg, and Forks. Ah?o, a greut variety ot Paney Sdver Ware, suitable for presents. Plated Coffee Sets, Castors, Baskets, Spoons mid Porks, on be? AI bat a Jhc wuclea are warranted as represented, and ?v*l he aold .* a "mall advance. H SEMiCEN, 310 Pa ivenus, bet ?W> and lUth streeu -uarw? if h FIRST PREMIUM PIANOS. JC?T Piano* from the rtlibritcd factory of St.mwny h Hons. New York; on? in Louis XIV style Th; ?? P-tmns sre m every re the best now male in the United State*; they received at the lnt- Metropolitan Mechanics' Fair th? first premium (h silver tneda]) for each of their Pianos eilrbited. Efcry person admired the volume ofton?",^<? well a> t?l< workmanship of their lnstru imnts. These, in addition to my other stock of| Pianos, farms the Iwsi and largest collection south of Mason's iind Dixon V line. TT<; p "blic are rcipcctAilljf invited to call and c I amiue ? elbre they purchase elsewhere, they will And moderate price# and reasonable terms PIANOS to rent aiwavs on hand, and second Hand Pnnos taken in part payment for new ones,nt mv Piano Wareroom, No. 49 8 Eleventh st, above i Pa. avenue. PR C. HEICHENBACIL ; may M?e< im* H i'lNE WATCHES. AVING made a considerable addition to my stock of sold i?r?m*e *atemt lzveK3, md LADIIS' WATCHES Ofrir-t q'lalitv, heavy 18 ca>at| cases. Also, SILVER WATCHES tor boys. I noer them at grently reduced prices. The mov. menu are selected with great care, and every Watch is icmranteil. Persons tn want cf a fine timekeeper are invited to examine my &??cruncm, H SEMKEN, No. 8&C Pa. avenue, bctw. 9th and 10th MS. mat 30 CARRIAGES-CARRIAGES. 1H AVE now on hand, and constantly finishing, a very large ass >rtment of Pleasure andf\lEBjL/ family CARRIAGES, of the latent fash ions, which I will sel1 as low as the same quality of work can he 90I.I in any of the principal markets of the United States. The subscriber is now dealing exclusively in Car riages ol hit; owu manufacture, and all work sold by him will be warranted, and compare favorably wiih any work in this market. As I r.lways keep a large assortment, 1 invite purchasers and others to ex amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Carriages built to order Old Carriages taken in exchange, or repaired at the shortest notice. THOMAS YOUNG, Sign of the Golden Horse, No. 490 Pa. avenue and 4Jtf street, may 1?eo3m NOTICK.?I received this ?'ay a new assort ment of SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of the latest styles. Also, a variety of other new Goods: as Vest Chains. Chatelains", Bracelets, Pir.s Earrings, Rings, etc. Great inducements offsrerf to purchasers. H. SEMKEN, No. 330 Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and 10th st\ Oft- Areic Points put to Gold Pens at short notice. Diamonds remounted, and Jewelry made to ord*r. mar 29?tf WASHINGTON STOVE MlNUPACMRV, S. E. comer of Pa. av. and Eleventh street, Soie Agency for CHILSON, GOULD &. CO.'S Warming and Tentilating Apparatns, M POND fc CO.'S (ol Boston) Uni?Q Doable-Oven fookins Banse. J. L. MOTT'S (of New York) INVINCIBLE DOUBLE-OVEN RANGE, Constantly on hand, and receiving LATROBE STOVES, for heating two stories; Parlor mid Chan ber GRATES, Ename! ed and Japanned Cooking, Hail, Parlor, Chamber and Dining Room S ! OVES; Plain, Tinned ^.nd Enamelled Iron HOLLOW W ARE; Bloek Tin, Planished and Ja.anned WAFF, in treat variety. All of which wili be sold at the lowest po^giMe -ates tnat will compare favoratly with any EsU'j iishment south of New York. \n examination of my stock ts earnestly solicited aplli?3m J^S SK1RV1NG D ENTISTRY. DR. MUNSON respectfully call-; public attention to liis new. patent, and GREATLY I vlPHOVEIi method of setting Artificial Teeth, wiih CfmthitKMM Gum- the very PEttFEC I ION OF THE ART. This style ??fT? ith | has the following advantages over all others, viz: GREAT STRENGTH. CLEANLINESS. COM | FORT, end BEAUTY, vieing with Nature in the*" ; respect*, and in some others excelling. Publtc it. j gp:*.nioi: is respectfully solicited. Please call a set specimens. CAUTION.?No other Den'urt sn the D^ytriot 01'{ Cotamhia.bas a right to make this style oi T. cth. N. B.?-Teeth constitutional'y healthy, plugged 1 and warranted for life. Office and house at No. 398 E street, near tat j corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 14th street, ap 24?tf IjHlR SALE?A VERY FINE SADDLE AND r Baggy IV 'RSE. The bone is young, ?-?it!?- and soun I. and of fine tor*;; "would make eith-r a very fine carriage h:>rse, or .i ?"_ very pleasant riding Ikpp. Also, for si!- an excellent work horse, perfectly soun<*. Apply to No. 43 Dunuarton st., GeorgeCii*. mar 1?lawtf L. J. MIUDLKTON. DEALER IN ICE, O/ficc and Dt}<ct south side F, ncrt to cornet 12th it. ICE KEIT CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT THE OFFICE, which car, be had in large or smal' quantities. Office open from 5 a. ra. to 9 p. m. m 1?eo2m ORGANS FOR SALE. k SUPERIOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; and a J\_ fine Ro?ewood PARLOR ORGAN, both now on exhibition at the Metropolitan Mechanics' l'air. They are from the manufactory of HENRY ERBF.N of New York. For .eriMa, flic.. ap;?ly to Prof. SCHEEL, on 14tl> ?erect, north of F. HENRY ERBEN. teb 2S - rotf I MOURNING AND FANCY DRESS CAPS. HAVE just received an assortment of MuURN l nG CAPS, suitable for elderly ladies. Also, Fancy Dress Caps, to which I invite the attention of thl-e who arc in want A. TATE, No. 314 Pa. av. bet. 10th and 11th st#. may29-eo3t [Intel] IF YOU READ ADVERTISEMENTS IjLEASE notiee tbat I have, fresh from the es labiishmcnt in New York, Herker's Self Rais inz Flour, iieckcr's Grits, Hecker'n Maccar<>ni and Varmacelli, Hecker's Farina, one paper of which, at 14 cmts, will make a superior dish sufficient for filleen or twenty persons. Also, 1 '-*1 no Corn Starch and Cornena, a great variety of M iillard'4 preparations of Chocolate for ~nd dnnking Baker's superior Cocoa paste from which, in a tew minutes, bv pouring boiling water un it a very superior cup of Chocolate can bo ma:c. When dollars and cents ar* made a study and at the same time superior article for health and econ omy is required, you would do well to call at KING'S Grocery and Variety Store, corner Vermont ave ritie anil I streets, a Jew ?teps northeast of Jackson Statue. may 11?wtf A CARD.?LOOK HERE ! VLL ye lovers of the good thing* of thi* life, and we will tel. you where you may obtain at least some cf then. Thankiul for past favors, I would respectfully ask a continuance of the same dur nu 'his Spring and Summer. I am prepared to furniah all wtio will give me a call with llie sweet and cool nig Beverages in my line at short notice. Such as Icc Creams, Water Ices, of all flavors, Schariott1* , Reu?e, Blancmange, kc Cake? of all kuidj. Also, foreign antl domestic Fruits aud Confectionery, gen erally kept in well regulated establishments of the kind. Particular attention will be paid to furnit-hing Wedding or Bride's Cakes. Also, Parties, BhIIs, Excursions, Pic Nics, fcc., kc., and upon reason able t?rms. Call at the old stand, Massachusetts avenue, be tween 9th and 10th streets, Northern Liberties N. B.?Bert quality ICK CREAM sold at ?1 50 per gallon. 1,1 ay 7?eo3m JOHN W RIGHTSTINE. TO THE LADIES. rpiIE undersigned is pr- pared to give lessons to la JL dies and children in all kinds of embroideriitg hair and fine needle work. Also, in Mantillas, Col lars, and Sleeves will be embroidered promptly to order. Stamping and Drawing done in neat style. MRS. P. ZOLLICOFEi, 5 47 Maryland av . bet. 6th and 7th st., Isiaiol. FISCHER'S BAND FULLY ORGAN IZED. HAVING new completed ail my 'rrangements foi a first rate BkASS and COTILLON BAND, I am again at the service of the public to attend Excursion Parties, Exhibitions, Parades, Pic Nics, Balls, and Serenades. All those in favor of a citnen's band are respectfully invited to encourage our enterprise, here in Washington City. P FISCHER, Leader. P S.?Tins Band, under mj direction, is regularly uniformed, and trum a practice over twenty years I can give satisfaction to every one. Re?idence, Pa. avenue, north side, bet. 9th and 10?h streets, first door west of Iron Hall. Orders left with Messrs Hiibus h Hit* punctually attended to. may 14?lm* PTTTjn^< ASri <,ILWT|?T^I JfP'CL pftNS in variety, it ?ught in person from the manufactur er* by the undersigned, in this way securing genu ineness, as well h? the beat quality and finish, of eaefa brand. FRAN9K TAYLOR, may '* I FRENCH VISITING CARDS, extra thin, anl <?l the fines' finish, fust tmuprn-d lr?>ui Pari> di rect, by rglWK TAVtBH I utar IS THE MUTUAL F1 h: IH8UEAHCC COMPA NT 07 THK 1 IBTBICT OF COLUMBIA, .* .BARTERED by Congress. offteni to the property 0 owners of the District eater and cheaper means 01 uwarance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD. President. * CHAS. WILSOM. btwnuy. ' MATHEW G. EYlERY, Treasurer. lARiUM. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick Thomas BlagdeQ P. W. Crowning P. Howard, Mathew G. Emery. J. C. McKelden, Office, Columbia Place, co-nrr Louisiana art-mic and 7th street. Office hour* from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. fpb 86?eotf MILITARY HALL. I HE unti< rsifned wowld respe-tftilly inform hi* friends that he has 'aken the establishment lor rneily known ai the 44 Arlingion House," which he iitend.; opening on Saturday nest, May Idth, as a Restaurant of the first o?t!c", and feels assured that he wtllhave LIQUORSandCIGARSot thechoicest brands, OVSTEKS, GAME an?( FISH, in season, and every other article in his line to suit all who should Cayor him with a call. F. A COOK may 18?eolm* THE ONLY PLACE \\ HERE the genuiue Black Teas u?ed in Eu t ? rope can be obtained is at the TEA STORE, . ? Seventh street, opposite the National Ia teilicencnr Office, where can be had at all times, English and London Break fast Teas, Corgo, Orange Tecco, Pekoe Flowers, be. All other kinds of Teas always on hand; at very low prices, wholesale and retail. HALL & HENNiNG. may 89? ec3t (Union) STATIONERY. Natt DtP'jtTMMT, Bfay 24,1853. SEPARATE &KALED PR0P0?AL8 will be re ceived at the office of the Secretary of tbs Nary until three o'clock p m , of Friday, ths 29th day of June next, Ibr famishing all the s-Utionsry tt-at may be r quired by th9 Nary Department and Its several bureaus for the year com tencing the 1st ?Jay of July, 18?B, and ending cn the 30th day of June, 1856. All the articles furnishei must ba of the lest qua'Py, utllvered without delay when ordered and to the Mtisfastion of the head ef the office for which they are requ'rtd It it be requfred, each bidder for fetationery mast fan ish with hi<j propofal a simple of e?h artfcie bid for To insure uniforoiity .u the proposal.*, blank fo*nv *ill be furnished to thoee disposed to bM ; and no bid will be c nslJer?d which icon not fully c.inform to tUe advertisement, asd in which each and every article is Dot bit for, and in which more th?n 0DP price is nam* t for any one a tide Bonds in sufficient amount, with two or mors ap prort'd sureties, for the faithful ( \ecution of the oos ract, will be required of tbe person tr persons onntrfethig. The authorized names of the sureties thM "All *e given, as also satiffictory testimonials to fu!91 tbe contract, inns'; accompany tte bid: otherwise, it will not be cinsiiered. The department reser^as t> itrelf ;he rights or dering a gr?-st>r cr less qcai.tity of ea h and every anirle contracted for, a? the public s*rvice may re quire. 3'aoul J any article b; required not enuxaera'ed in the coatract it i t to fcr tarnished at the lowest mtr k-t p I e, according to it? quality. M7i.T10.NERV. IVritina )?tj>er, oj linen ttock. 3i eanss folio pct blueor whit*. s?tln finish, iaint lice ) nnd !rimmtd,?c'g^iDg 17 pouods p*r r-?ta p?r r.-aw 5 reims heavy blue laid, despatch cup, hand made, strp-rul-n!, weighing 16 pounds per ream, per ream 15 r-a s laii made f clseap, rulel, blm or ^hits. wiighing 13 pounds per roam, psr ream 10 reum? Ow? A Fl-jriburt'a wove foolscep blue cr white, rul^l, wejghirg 12 pounds per re m. or of any othfr manufacture cf equal quality, per ream 10 ream - Srst-clhv, hand made quarto post, wove or laid, blue or wh'te, woigbicg 8 pouuds per ream, per rt?nm 40 reanu. i latt-er A friuith'rf extra tuperflne, blue or whi'e, laid or wove, Contrei" 4to post, rulel, weighing 8^ poinds p<*r reun, per r.-ara SO :^?r>.8 Cian? A C *s fsira rup^Sce, thick, whiio lett?r paper, rulel, weighing 8^| pound" per ream p?r r< a a 10 reams be t >e.l"-.r or buff envelope piptr, royJ, flat, 24 pcunis per ream, per ream 4 ream? be?t scp. rov writing pnp-r. per ream 6 reams hc?t fr n h 4to pest ru'td, p*rream ft reum^ liote rap^r, gilt elgel, per r#?.zi 20 re-.T.s . opyiag or ti?gue paper, 4to post, per ream 10 r^ams sopping or tissu? cap-r, foot cap, per re?m 1 "0 sheet be-.t tracing piper, 40 by 27 inches, per thcct ^00 yard) tracing cloth, per quars y*nl 1 0 sheet* beet piepared par hmeat, 14 by 18 in., per she^t 5 reims Motting pap?r, roya', par roani 60 quire.j pa'est blo tirg pa?er, mefiium, psr quire lWsh-tt dr**ing paper '-Whatman's Turkey M ils," from riMiuc to antiquariau, rer shret 1 cream iaM env^lont**. letter siie, per 1000 1600 do do not* rise, per 1000 600 do do card siee per 500 1000 patent cloth lio vl envelo-es, by 4 inches, per !000 250 patent clntb line-i envelopes, 54 by Sjk inches per ?f>0 250 pa.t*nt cloth lined ?nTel?pss, by 3' < inehes, per '^50 10,000 best buff envelopes, g ?vornmeat pattern, offi cial tide, per 1000 5000 be t buff euvelr-p-s, gOTPrument pattern, let t r sixe per 100Q 6000 be?t heiry white enve!rp<*s, hand made, offi. <.iai sise, per lf?0>j 20 groii steel penr. oc c :rds or in b'XHS, (the le partment to bar? the liberty of selecting T om all th i (iiflt.r;:?it kinds manufactured. Kujilish or Americaa, per gros-i 100 tarda Perry's j.ena, assorted, per card ft cardh; enirinet-rs* pen per card 5 cards lithographic pens, per card '?? g'jl 1 penr, largj sice, with f-ilver holisrs, bast iiianuficture, per pen lOquartd Dryau A Wiloux'a writing fluil, lu bottles 10 qu rts Maynard It Noyes'j black ink, in bot tler 26 quart? best London co;y:ng ink, Arnold's or Terry's 2 doaea ounca bottlcj P?rrine, Guyott A Co.'a suf^rSne ca.ruiiae, per bottle 200 swa? quil>. b^?t qahllty, per 100 lO'^O quills, >o. 80,; pa^ue or c arifled, psr 100 100 ; row or branat quills, per 100 75 dozen r?d ttpe, No 15 to 26, per doren 6 deson silk taste, per doaen 4 d ?en penknives. Rodger's b?st,p*ir! haadlee, large siae, 4 b!au ?, per dcten 4 d sen erasers, larae six-, ivory handles, in case-, Rodg-rs's best, per d xen 2 'icaea tii/i ol shears and e<*is 4>rs, per doeea 2 dozfn 9 inch ivory folders, per dosen 1 (iczm Carringtoa's paTall?l rulers, pf r dosen 2 dosen ssnd-bcxe*. cocoa wood, per dcaer. 2 dozen water stands, cccoa wocd, p?r dczen 1 dozen pounc~bcx?s, cocoa -rfood, per d xen 1 dozen po'jrcs boxes, ivory, per dozeo Q iloapn *a'er stamps, ivory handles, per dosen 10 doz?n Mack !ea<l peacrls, Fair's bt*t, asuorto'J, psr doxen 4 d'-zen best Americua drawing ptncils, assort ed, per dozen 1 dozen Cohen'* red-lead pencils, p?r doaen 2 doxen sabl# brushes, a sorted, per dozen 2 dczen camel's f air brushes, assorted, per doaen 2 dozen whit* French pum? inkstands, large rise, per dozen 2 dczen Draper's patent air-light inkstand*, par dozen 2 doz-n iticks best India ink, per stick 30 pounds extra superfine scirlet sealing wax, per pr.und 20 pounds e-eowJ qual ty 8raliD? wax, per pound 15 pounds bo?t quality wafeis, per pound 10 pounds be t waita gem ar&bic, per pound a pounds best pousce, per p^und 10 peunds best bo&|i tvtiae. per pound 10 pouaJs best linen twine, per pound 1,000 larg* offic; wafers for department seal, p?r thousand 24 paper weights cf brass, compcaitlon tr lead, per weight 50 quarts best black sand, per quart 4 pounds best prepared India rubber, per pound 2 pounds unprepared India rubber, per round may 26?law4w FOR POOR AND LABORING MEN. SldALL VUliiClKQ LOTP of 10 feet er more, ir vaij^as I'hrts of tfcs City, *od G?crg?town. at tew prtear, act terms to suit. LLOYD A 00 EUILDINQSTORE) for sale, deliverable at the Canal, or Wharves Ir Washington, Georgetown, or Alexandria. LLOYD A 00. llth street, op p. Treasucjr Department lv at?1? NEW POLKA. I^HE CHEVY CHASE POLKA, composed for and dedicated 11 Miss Sally D. Bradley, by J. D. Saunders, Esq.. of this city, whose compositions have always met with such great public lavor. The merits o? the piece are such as will introduce it among all lovers of music. Priee 35 cants. Just pablishud and for sale by HILBU8 8l H1TZ. The President's Mounted Guard Quickstep, com* poe?d by trie accomplished Piantxt, Mr. Robert Hel ler, will apponr hi a lew days may 12 ~DR. THEOD. HANSMAN Keeps his office liouis from ei|lit u> ten o^lttck a.iu. No AOS Ssis?%th d . opjt OtUftllow Hall. way M?lm* Modioal Tr#atie? PHYSIOLOGIC ?L TIBW Of MARRlAfll. H. B. LA. CROIX. V.D? ALBAjrr, n. r _ WO Pit* 1M fine r\*'n a&d OViH L*tb> imbiainttN. lar PrlM o??y M Ctmti H * t^-Bent frr* of portace to nil parts of the Unkm^? fBS,"" *v? ?ad containing 'lj d ub)c tb? quantity rfl waging matter to that of ths FI?TY CENTS OR DOLLAR rtJKLICATlCSa. It trehts on the PHYSIOLO GY 01 MARRIAOM. and ths secret USraitles&ad dtoordft of, youth and maturity, re ?u.utg trrm exam**, which destroy the physical and men tal powers, with cbeervatious cn marriage, Up duties and (ZIsquaLCiSbUone, an! their remedies; with Htbo^rsphn, ilia# (rating tlx t^atritaj and paj?lo!o?y, and of the reprm lactiv* ->rgana of both aexop, their slroccor?, a?e? and function*. A popular and comprehensive Ire* H?e on the duties and casuals* >. f single and mar riod lif??hfpM and troitm' al'lau-**, mode rf ** soring them- InfoHdu Ofc * ~A 'ufrrtfl* ones?the** obviaticn and ntaartl?important hints to thor-c jontrmp'atin? ssstriiiirny, isat will overwm? ob jeetkna to it; none, bowevar. should take Luis isj pcrtant >^p w^bout first consulting its pages? xmment?r:M cc the aiseaoM *n l trrtdiral treatment of fe?sa!rs from infancy to old age, each ease gr*nh '.oaUy illu?trate<l by beautiful Hthocraphio plate? servos* dsMliJy, its causes and oure, by a precsw ?t one mo rtmfle, -tie and effect aal, that tailor* is l-'spcialbio?rule* for daily management?mi ?*??? n SpTT^lorThasa with practical observations on ? nifer, ai.d nore diwomM mode of treatment?are sautii 2?jy hints o^ the eviL- resulting from empiri cal pr&c.ijn?an *3ft*7 on all 'iseanes nrisiae m>w indiscretion, with p*?dn and simple roles by "which au persona can cure themselves without mercury? r?:ae?i*e ?ir Ihose salt in?lctsd misertep and disap ficintsd hopnn pc enfortunataiy prevalent in th* <oung. It Is a trutbfbl adviser to the mar/td and those oeatemplfitlag marriage. Its perusal in par Ucularly reocctacndtd to I'Wsj entertaining s? :ret d?ubts of lb?tr phyniru condition, and who ar? xmwions of h iring haaarded the health, haapioast ?ud pil?i!fgcj trj which eveijrhuman L-ci-g u <ta titled te. 1'rioe SB tents per copy, or fire ooptaj for one del iar. Mailed frt* of poatage to any part of the UtJ 'e>i SUtee. N. B.?Tbof? who prefer may consowI>r La Oho j open aay of tfc? 'iir?a8es upon which h!a book traau ?<tbcr :-ersr-nhlly or by madl. M^dJslue sect to acj ?art of icc Union acoordii'^ to direcUona, eafai) piwkrJ. r,n<4 c*refn!!y r?nr?d fr< ra ail ob?:7?t!oh. Dr. M. It. LA CROIX,Ko.91 Maiien Lane ?r Poet OfJice EvX 679, Albany, N. Y. OSce cper. daily from Sen to 9 p si, tc J c? ^urdsy flora i until 6 pm. v^* Office Uasoaad from No C0 Ee&Tex at., :c SI StldtB liaaii Albaay, N. Y. ?tec 7 WE WOULD NOT GIVE A DOLLAR [7?OR ALL THE TINCTURE HAMPTON EV J; EK MADE.?Thus ?pon? a ui?e and tood man, but mnrk the change ! Let 'he Hfflictrd bear iiim, ami then dccide whether to suffer ou or be ma.ic wi'ole. Ye prof' man. with ruin^J health, hear! Rev. James W. ITcMMicrT, the talented and inde pendent editor of that highly popular and extensive ly read paper, th'' Christian Banner, published at Fredericksburg, Va., in hi? editorial ot the I8tli of May, 1855. thus speaks of HAMPTON'S VEGE TABLE TINCTURE: "Some time ago we merely al'uded to Hampton-a Vegetable Tincture, with a pTOinise of noticing more particularly tile great r< lief we have ourself derived from its u?e. During our collegiate course, owing to sedentary habits, we became quite dyspep tic, and were very much troubled with vertigo Fur more than twelve years after leaving college, we were laboring unier these two afflictions In the spring of 183B, our general health became so delicate that it wa<? with great difficulty wa could attend to the ordinary duties of our profession Everything we ate immediately turned acid, our digestive or pans became wholly deranged; losing as it seemed to us, all their activity and vitality; we were con stantly depressed in spirit, our energy almost for sook us, and nothing but necessity urged us on to action. Wf had taken strong medicines, observed grca; pa-teularity in our diet, and all to no purpose We hid despaired ol ever recovering our health, when a f. male tri*nd of ours importuned us to get a bottle of Hampton's VrRatable Tincture, assuring us that we wouio find great relief from its use. We briefly rep!i-d, "we vouH not give a dollar for all the Tinc ture Hampton ever made, so tar as nur own individ ual Uealih was concerned.*' V\ e had no faith id it nor ativ other medicine in effecting a cure on us In the kindness of her heart, however, without con suiting us about it, she sent and got one brittle and urged us to accrpt of it, and for her sake, as it could not possibly injure us, to use it according to direc tiou. For the high regaid we had for her and her act of kindness, we promised to do so. And with out cxngeration we can truly say that before we ha I u-ed the contents of one bottle we felt like a in w man We used, consecutively, from ten to fifteen bot tles. We were afraid to give it up, fearing our old riisea.^ might return. Sincc then, our digestive organs have been uniformly correct, our head clear, and so far as our labors, toils, liabilities, re^ponsi bilities, and worldly cares will allow, our spirits have been buoyant, and we eat what we plea>e, and as much as we please, and when we please? and all is well. For the sake of the afflicted we make this statement, hoping that others mav find the same relief from its use that we have. It should be hepl in every family. No family should ever be without H \ M PT O N?8 VEGETABLE TINC TURE." Lairyen, Doctors, Ba*hrre, Ministers, in all th? Departments of Stats, Ladies and GentleuiMi in the highest walks of life, as well as those moving in the most humble spheres, speak of the cures on them selves and friends by this wonderful article. Oil and get pamphlet* jptttls. aud see enre? o Cough, Bronchitis, Kh< umatism, Neurhivia, Dvs pepsia, Nervousness and General Weakne?s. As a <etnale medicine or for delicate childien we believt it unequalled. Sold by M< iHTiMCR A MOWBRAY, 140 BaiU more street, Baltimore; and 301 Broadway, N. York Cms. Stott & Co., J. B. Moork, I). B. Clarki Clarke 6l Bowliko, W. Elliot, and H. McPhir so*, Wa-hington ; also, by R. 8. F. Cissil, George town, and C. C. Bbrrt, Alexandria, and by Drug guts ever, wheie. REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.?A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces him thus to ccmfy. We challenge any other mrdicino to prcscut such a ma** of testimony from gentlemen ant* ladies of high standing of our own wcll-kuowu citizens, who testify of cures of COUGH, BUON ClliTIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, Ac. Rai.timork, January 34lh, 1855. Hears. Mortimer 4' Mowbray: I lake pleasure in saying to you that I have used y-.ur''Hampton's Tincture" with very great profit, i'rorn a serious uroat affection, my general health had become very much impaired, when I com menced to use '? (lampion's Tincture." I found its effects upon my general health most salutary.? My nervods system and digestive organs soon right ed up uuder its use. I have several times recommended it to my friends, and in every case, as tar as I have been in formed, they have use it with success. Yours truly, John Lamafan, Pastor Of Cxc:u su, M. E. Church, Baltimore. BLEEDING OPTIIE LUNGS. Kai.kiob, N. C., Feb.8, 1855. Afeui f. Mortimer if Movobray: I do hereby certify that about twelve months ago i was taken with a severe hemorrhage of the Lungs and had four attacks of N I was advised to try Dr. Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. I procured one bottle, and after takinc which, I was satisfied tiiat I was much better; and that, after taking the fourth bottle, I wr.s entirely well, and now I enjoy as good h??li:i as ever I did m my life. I can, and do, with out the least hesitation, recommend the Tincture to allpereons attllcied in my way. Toon, Gbo. W. Wiaxlit. CURB FITS?RRAD! Mori to the Sick than Gold.?Prom one of the most nspectable Drnggists iu South Carolina. Charleston, 8. C. Sept. 31,1853. Mrwgr*. Mortimer A Mowbray:?1The sale ef you; Hampton's Vegetable Tincture is increasing every day, and every bottle sold recommend* this valuable medicine to the afflicted. Several oi our Banters have tried it in different cases with as ton king success, and are getting it by half dozens. It has been fuund to be the greatest remedy for rhcu rna'ic affections, and a wonderful cure ha* been performed ou a nearo boy, suffering from Fits. I will furnish you with a number of certificates if you wish them. I am, gentlemen, yours, VV. G. Trott. Call and get pamphlets gratis, and sec cores of Cough, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Dys pepsia, Nervousness and General Weakness. As ? female medicine or for delicate children we believe it unequalled. Bold by .MORTIMER A MOWBRAY, 140 Balti more street, Baltimore, and 304 Broadwav, N. York Chas. Stott A Co., J. B. Moore, D. B. Clarke, Clarke A Bowuh, W. Eluot, and H. McPbrr ?or, Washington; also, by R. 8. F. Ci-sel, George town; and C. C. Berry, Alexandria, and by Drug gists everywhere. feb 31?u NOTICE. .THE WHITE HOULE PAVIL Ac , has been rented for the season, and is ieady lor the reception of visitors. Large aad small parties can be accommodated with Metis, Ac. For particulars apply to WILLIAM COKE, on F, between 31sl and 2M streets. No Excursion parties except those already en gaged, can famish their own caterer except paying I ejtra for the use of the house, 1 By order ol the .MANAOJCHS may 81-MWAFlu doctor hoofland ?? CKLIBKATI) ?trmon Sitters, DU. C. M. JACKSON, Philad'a., will xmmitLT ctrma LITER COIPLADIT, DYSFKPSIA, JAUWICE, Chronic or Iftr*o*i tkbiUhf, Ditwotm of (As SUdfUf*, and oli ditomom mruing from m ndcr*d L*or or ' Such as Const! netioc. Inward Pile?, rullncss. or Blood to the fiei4. Acidity of the iiorr.a .h, Nau sea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, dink int or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, ffwim tning of the Head, Horr ed and difficult Brealhing, I'iuttering at the Heart, Choking or Surtbcatinp: Beii<ationa uh*n an a I>1114 Posture, Diujucm ot Vision, Dots of \Veb? befor??he dight, Fever and Dull I'aia in the Head, Deficiency of Pcrepiraticn, VtllowBeti of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limb#, &c.,, Sudden Flushes of Heat Rurninifn the Flesh, Constant Imagin . JSJVJii an^ *rew deprrwi-Tii of Spirits. 'pHE proprietor, in calling Uie attention of the X public tothu preparation, does so-witii a feel ?tig^>rihe utmost coafiiii-nce'i if it ^virtues and adar> tation to the disease* fbr which if U /ecommeodcd. It is no new and untried article, hut one that has s'.oatTOie test of a ten years' trial before ihe*Amen cm peop*e{ and tit* reputation an<t*ale i*unnvnllerf |?y any similar preparations extant. The*e*tun<my in its Jlvor pvenliy the most pronrrrenr and well attown Phyaciaa* a.-idmdividual*, in, all parts of 'he eountrj%i? iauaease. TbeYollnwingfrom Noita Carolina respectftilly suba.itt;d,. rearing any who may still eloubt, trwny*'Memorabilia," or Prac deal .Receipt Book ,foi<Farmers anOFnmilies, to be had gratis, of all the Agents lor the German B ittern Principal Office and Maiufkctory, 190 Arch st_ Philadelphia, Pa. ^ TESTIMONY FROM NORTH CAROLINA. LtrtifirtUt of Dr. W. SinHh, of Pine Hill, Ru* inond County, N. C, _ ? ? . PiK* Hill, March 4lh. 1854. Da. t. M. JACtsoif_Philad< lphia?Dear 8ir: I ?iaTe,beenta>.s?ibj?ct'o(MDysnrp?ia, in itsr worst form, .oMlie layt fiva^yeaix. Such wn%, ray condition for twelve months that the phydeian?4and all who saw me-said. 1 mu?t~die. While in thi#condition, 1 wns earned to-the"watering plaees*n Virginia, Tennes sec?nd North Carolina, but was not benefited by any water-to which I was taken. While on my way honie^L.stopped a week at Rutherford ton, a ?m? fviUage in North Carolina, to try the effect of some Chalybeate water in that place. About ti e ia-t of the week, 1'went into a drugstore to get somd medicine.for my child and myseif. There wer^Jawveral W thwSrillage physicians in the store, and one ofthem#eemed tdUks some interest in my cas* and, afterasking me some questions, said he liadj>een a dyspeptic, and had been greatly bene fitted by the u?eof".De. Hoofiand's German Hit U"r.s."|in pared J)y you, and Ue iiwisted that I would try the letters He also called the nextiday'at my room, andin<njted so much that I wrjld try them that I a?ked him to get me one bottle. He did it, and 1 commenced taking it as directed, and I do say I was more benefitted by it than all the water and medicine;! hadever taken. Afte^ reaching home one of my neighbors came to me f *atj)re<cnptioif and medicine, (he adyspeo He,) an-1 1 r?ve him nearly all the Bitters I had left, which effected much xo?>d in hfs case. He has often e;J!od mf me for more ofllhe same k nd of medi ciiie, raying he was more benefitted by it tiian any 'iiher he bad taken, but Lhave not been able to get .n? more for-huu'or myself sii^, jf ther^ <ore, please siiip mea dozen or more as soon as imy ?cble. Respectful!yyoura, W. SMITH. D. R. HOOK KRy Roger's Store, Wake Co., N. C., 1 >etober 24.1863, says:?*' Havana experienced very peat benefit from the use of " Hoofland'* German Bitters," in Chronic Dysentery and functional de rangement of the Liver, and its concomitant evils, I ain desirous of-obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of my commttnlty. Y'ju will, therefore, please send a lot. fcc. fcc. CERTIFICATE OF WM. J. ATWOOD. Hchtsvill*, Yipki Co , N.,C.,Not. 1st, 1853. Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Slr^ Allow me to ex press to you my sincere thanks for your discoverv of a medicine which, to say. the least of it, ha< ef fected a cure that all other1 medicines, that Iihave aken, have entirely failed to uo. "Hoofland's'Ger fiian Birter=" have aored me of th? most sfubbmn ar-J a^jfravated case of tbe-mts that, perhaps, ever rtil t? the lot of man. My* case is not a ?tranger in tiiis community, aa I am well known in this and the unwind in* counties, and can truly>aT that my re covery has astounded all "nay friends'and relations, as I had-tried ever>thingT<>uomm?nded, and nothing did me any good until I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. You are at "liberty to r>ake any we ot this communication, fbr the benefit of the afflicted, you mav think proper. TruJv voura. VVW. j, ATWOOD. Theee hitters are omtirely rtgeta'U, they invigorate and strengthen the sjrstem, tievcr pmstrafe it, and can be used for infants as well as adult*. I'or s?le by respectable dealers everywhere, and by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington; J. L. KIDW^LL, Georietown; and J. R. PLERPONT, Alexandria, mar 1?lw - 0ABTER*S ~ SPANISH MIXTURE. THo Great Parlflev of the Blood | Not a Particle of Mercury In It *n InaaiuBU Riitw? for 5-rr.fnla, Eing'e Evil, Khe'j-iatten, Obstinate OctauM>aa Srojittocs, i*iss^'sc or Pustules cn the face, Blo^hea, Bolls, Ott-calc Bore Ring Worm or Tetter, 8caH Head, Enlargement aad Pain of the Bones aud Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Spinal Compla nts, and all the disee?*e wlting from an injr.dicious use of Mermrv, Iti prod *ik? in I.ife, or Imparity of the BIcod. 1<IT13 valutblfl Mtiiciue, which has become c*l? hrated for the nuczber of ?xtra~rdiuary ciree. ?ffeOd th/ongh its agency, has induced the propri 'tori, at the urgent request cf their friends, to offer it tc the public, which they do with the otmoet cm* dcenoe iu its virtues and wonderful curative prop -rti fl The followiag oertiflcatwi. (elected from a 'arge number, are, however, stronger testimony tiian the mere word of the proprietors; and are afl free gentleman well known in their localities, enJ of the bliheft raspectabillty, taany of th?m rediling In the city of E'ohaiond- Va. f. KOIDXN, of tb? ExcL^nge Qctel, Rich mend, known everywhere Bays he has ceen the Med< <eine called Cultxk'8 SramsH Mxxtcxx. administemd in ovrr a hundred cases, in nearly all the diaeaee? ftr which it is recommended, with the inset aeton iahingly goool results He tays it ia the moet ex tr*?"d?txry ine.iJcise he has evtr seen. A.lUi: AND FKVKit?ORB A? CURS.?I hereby oertiiy that for three yean I had Ague and Pevsr cf tha mot vloknt description. I had several Phr -id?jis, took large quae Jtiee cf Qululse, Mercury, tnd I believe all the Tonke adveitieed, but all with out permanent relief. At last I tried Carter's Spanish Mixture, t^o bottles of which effectualv cared me, and I am happy to say I have had neither ?hills or foyers sines. I ccnMder it the best Tonic la :'ais world, and the only medieins that ?ver reached my case. JOHN LOKGDEN. BiAVia Dirca, near RkLmcnl. ya> C. D. LUCK, Beq., now In the city of Richmond tnd fler maiy yea re in the Port OfLoe, has such oonfidenoe in the astcnishlng efBcaey of Carter's ^JBiah Mixturt, that he has bought upwards of 68 noitlra, which fce has *iTon a tray to the afflicted.? Mr. Luet says be has nurer known it to fail whon taken according to direction?. ?*>* PfMtlsing PhyeWan, and formerly of the City Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says he has witnessed in a number of Instannes the efforts of Oarter's Spanish Mixture, which w%re most truly surprising. He says ia a case of Consumption, de pendent on the Liver, the flood effect* were won derfoi indeed. BAMUEL M. DRINKER, of the firm of Drinker A Mcrriu, hklimond, was cured cured of Liver Ccm olalnt of three years etanding, by the uae of twe boitlas of Cirter's Spani'-h Mixture. f GREAT CURB Of nCROfULA.-The Editors of the Richmond RepuLiioan had a servant eraplovad in Iheir press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com bleed wltn Rheumatism, which entirely disabled Wm from work. Two bottlee of Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Edi tors in a public notice, say they "cheerfully recom mend it to all who are afiicted with aaj dlMiae ci the blood." HTILL ANOTHEF. CURE Of ?CROFULA ?I l ad 5 T"7Jfiu*ble hoy ""ed of Scrofula by Carter* Gpanish Mlxtnre I oonsi-lw it truly a valuable p f Condcatt-r oa tis SL r, ind P. F- iC Oo*? Biduaond. Va SALT RUJiCM 09 TWENTY YEARS 8~ANTING CUttED THOMSON, rmldhtg In Ue d-rf wehmend, was cured by three bottlee of Carte SpM^shMlxtnre, cf gait Rheum, which he had ftr Vff1! WOty. years, and which all the physicians ofthesi^ eeuld not cure. Mr. Thompnou is a well dty of Rkhmoad/ ^ ^^n?0Bd had a fervant eared e# Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter's Mixture.^ He says he cheerfully reocm mends it, and eensiders it a very Invaluable m?di EDWIN BURTON, commissioner of the revenue, s^ys ha has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish Mixttre in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says ft is a perfect eure for that horrible disease. WM. G. BAR WOOD, ef Richmond, eared of old Seres aad C'.oers, which disabled him frem walking. Took e*w bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture, and was enabled to walk without a crutch, in a short time permanently cured. ' Principal Depou at M. WARD, CLOSE A Oo? Ho. SS Maiden Lane, New York T. W. DYOTT A SONS, Ho. 1S3 North Second at, Philadelphia BKNiniTT A BEERS, He. 116 Main street, Rich mond, Va. Aad Mn sale by CHARLES BTOTT, Washington, 0.0; HENRY PEEL, Alexandria, and by Drwggista ?mhan everywhere. " e$lp arm hyTLg. Prioe $1 per bottle, or six bottles fbr Uc ?? Hl?? TRAVELERS' MFECTTORT. IT BIABOA* DitlOT TO H rime batwoen WaohiBftOB A&d but 17 i Hoon! Kuntung ttwui bftwem Washington mmd Cincinnati It k?nr? Through Tickets and Baggage Checks to be had in Washington!?? TUB BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD AV15G grcauy Improvd its Western connec tion? now offer* the fullest lndut rmiint* to traveler* brt?'en W'lukiRfton, Baltimore, ad all portion* of the West, the Northwest and the Soath west The conu'ction between the train* from W?fc ington and the train* hound west irom Baltimo.e m a I way# promptly made at the Washington Junction (lately rail, d the Relay Ifoo-r) 0 mile* from Balti more. Thi* i? the only chante of ear* required ba iwecc W**liington and the Ohio river. H qcr*f* *? checked through to Wheeling at the Wataitfm station, and recbecked and tran*ferrad there, (with (he passengers) Without charge, for those holding through ti.keXn for points beyond. The conw cling train- leave Washington daily at 6 a. m. and 4% p. ?a. Oa Sunday* at tne latter how ooly. At Wheeling fared connection is Bade with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAILROAD, rui ning from lieIIaire on the < >hio. near Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zar.esville and Newark, to COLUMBUS. Thtfce train* connect at Newark with ihe cars of the Newark, M;inidleld and Sandus ky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago St. Loui?, etc. AtColmnbu* the C. O. Railroad trains connect with the fast trains or the LMl* Miami Rmxkrood to Xema7 CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, etc. At Y*ni* (on Little Miami Rail.oad) connection ? tbriuori with the trains through Dayton,to INDIAN APOLIS, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock Inland, St. Louis, etc. Passengers holdiug through ticket* lor Ment als Vickskwrg, Notches, Afar Orleans etc., which art' ali-o sold at Washington?are transferred at Cin cinnati to the Mail Steamer* on the Ohio. Ticket* fur EvausviUe, Cairo, and St. Louis ar* sold by this route. gjf-POR CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, etc., ticket* are void, when the Ohio i* navigable between Wheeling and Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection with the Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad i* made. Traveller* arc rrqucred to notice that wkile this is the only route affording through ticket* and checks in Washington, it is also the shortest, most speedy, and dirret to nearly all the leading point* in the treat West. The distance fr m Wsw?>iwgioa toCw > innati i* but 65."* miles, being about 196 miles short er than bv any other roote I FARE BV THIit >URU TICRET PROM WASH INGTON: To Wheeling, 50; Columbus $1.1 85, Dayton, $15 50; Cincinnati, $16 ; Louisville, by railroad $1865, by steamer from i inetnnatt, $10; ln ?iiacapolls, *17 .V); Cleveland, $12 15; Toledo $15 W); I)- trnii. $15 90; Chicago. $?> 65 nnd $?? 5<h St. Louis, $?? yt and $^; Memphis, $*6, New Ot > ana, $-s 1, etc. 4QT rOR I'REIiERU K and H ARPER'S FERRY M ARTFNSBDRG, BERKELEY SPRINGS, CUM BERLAND, BEDFORD SPHINGS, Piedmont, Oak land, r.nd Fsirmount, passengers may leave Wash ington at 6 n m or 4^ p. m. For the n.inor way t-iation* between I'altiraorc and Wheeling, take 6 n m train from Washington g#~ For trains to and from Baltimore, Annapolis, etc., seo special advertisements. g^-Por turther information, through tickets, fee., apply toTHOS. H. PARSONS; \g nt, at Washing tot. Station. JOHN H. DONE, Master of Transfs. suon Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. BaJuinorn. may 3?tf tfASIIlNUTON BRANCH RAILROAD^ CHANGE OF HOURS. ON and after Monday, the 230 instant, the train* will Leave Washington at 6 and a. m., ?b 1 J and ?}* pm On Sunday at 4^ p m Leave Baltunore at 4 If and ?k am aii'l .t ind 5% p m On Sunday a*. 4 a in. ap 23? tf T. II. PARSONS, Agent. Mott Bedell's Lisa. dk SEW YORK.ALKXA VDRlJi. WJISHMOTOM CTTY, JltfD DISTRICT OF COLCMBIA PACKETS. rpHIS LINE OF PACKETS SAfLS WEEKLY J. from pier 14 East Raver, New Vork.and oftencr if necessary, and ate composed of tLr following fovt class vessels: New srhr. A. V. BeMi. Bedell, master. New schr. Mott Bc<icU, A. V. Tredwell Schr. Ann D., Wm. Oliver, master. Schr. J'ohmt, L. A. Smith, master. Schr. Commandcr in-CAuf, Woglum, master. Schr. Orooniray, Wilson, master. These venule are all fast sailer^, and the maaten men of experience in the imd", and the only regu !ar lice of Washington City packets. MOTT BEDELL, Wan street, N. Y. S. 8. MASTERS i SONS, Alexandria, Va. THOMAS RILEY, feb I ?6m Washing'on and D. C. OBAJTQI AITS ALXXAHDUA &AQJL0AO. On and after Tuesday, Kov. 7^854, 'i'HC Cars iear* Alexandria dally for Gordo?? J. rills and intermediate station* at 7 if o'clock, a. ra^ on th* arrival of the boat from Washington, fCiving aropl* time for breakfast en board Cod* ??eting at Man^-ja* Junctisn with a train for Btra? hurg, at Warrscton J a ction with a train tor Wu> ronton, and at Genlocsville with th* train* on the V irginia Central Railroad for Richmond, Chariottsa Till*, and Ptauntcn. The oars leave Qordonsvllle dally for Alexandria and Intermedial* stations, at % before 12, a. m., oa the arrival ef the traiuc o: the vtnr.nla Oentral rail rrad irom Richcord, CharlottesTlli*. and Btaontom. THROUGH TICKET8 Ftom Al-xsndria to Warren ton ...(3 00 m ** Gordonsville.^-....... 8 80 ? " Oharlottwvilia 4 2ft M Btaonton 6 00 M *> Btnsborg 8 80 * fc Lyniklmr(.....M.~... 0T8 - ? Wlnah*ktar S 80 " *- I.gray 4 28 u ** New Market 8 00 ? * Mlddleborg 2 2ft For Lynchburg, ponneetlna ^with the ategee nt Cfc-. U.ttarrlPe, on Mondaye, Wednesday*, and M taa 9cr Luray ani New Market, eonnaetiag with Ike. e :?gea at Oaipeper, on Toesdava, Thursdays, aad Bah urday. for Winchester daily, connecting with the i at P!a>lm?nt ? r Mlddleburg daily, oonnectlng with th* i at ts* Plain*. Per order: W. B. B&00UR, Agent, nov I?dtf FOR MOUNT VERN0N On TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. "'are round trip Si; from Alex* an iria 78 cent* ?The THOMAS OOLLYRR leaves W* hlngton at 9 and Alexandria at 0W o'clock. Celebes leave the Capitol for the boat at 8J{ o'clk. Uoa-h ftre U centa. Persens wishing th* Ooaehee will leave their m8 den*e with Geo. A Thos. Parker. Rr freahments on th* boat. Oct A?Utf BAM'L GRDNBY, Capt 7I1KISW YORK dk LIVERPOOL UNITED STATES ^^MAIL STEAMERS. rlR SHIPS OOMPRISING THIB L1N1 ARB TILE? ATLANTIC, Oapt West PACIYIO, Oapt. Ny? BALTIC, Oapt. Otmsloek, ADRIATIC. Oapt. i These ships have has* built by eoni ly for Government *ervloe; every care ha* taken in their oonstrnotion, ?* in the Rngines to inscr* strength and speed, and their arnommoOi tion* for passengers ar* nnaqnallad for alijMii and comfort. Prl?e of passage from Nsw York to LiV .-pr<ol, la first cabin...????..?.......???...?? ? >?? ...^. ?^U0 Second Oabln 70 Rxclasive use of extra alas state rooms 800 Prom Liverpool ta Now York ?30 and ?30 An experieaaed surgsoa attached to eeah ship. No berch oan be sscured aaul paid let. For freight ar pamage apply to 10WA&D K. 00LLLN8 A CX?., ft6 Wall street. Nea Ycrki BROWN, 8HIFL1Y A CO , R. G. ROBRRTB A OO-, iJrWpML 18 King's Arm* Yard, Lowdoa. JOHN MUNROK A OO, 21 Rce Notre Dame dee Yktoixaft, Parts. GEO. H. DRAP Kit, Havae Th* owner* of th*** *hip* will aot b* aooountakie tb*r*for, and th* vala* thswoot therein Id?dlv BAjmne HOURS OF YAI*0 4 FOOEiX, DnMod Statm 7Vu*wy. BONDS, Stocks and other saavsMma parctaaad i and *old. lutcrcsi at the rata of jr* MfOMM *??? tlj lowed on deposit* wtiw left fcr? tajftx losgot OA As* in!

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