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Solemn, yet beautiful to view,
Month of my heart! thou dawneat here,
With sad and faded leases to strew
The summer's melancholy bier.
The moaning of the winds I hear,
As the red sunset dies afar,
And bars of purple clouds appear,
Obscuring every Western star.
Thou solemn month ! I hear thy voice;
It tell* mv soul of other days,
When but to live wu to rejoice,
WWn earth was lovely to mvgaze:
0 .vis Iocs bright! O, blessed hours !
Where are their living raptmes now ?
1 ask my spirits wearied powers?
I ask my pale and fever- d brow.
1 lo?k t > Mature and behold
My life's dim embers, rustling round,
In hues of crimson and of gold ?
The year's dead hrnors on the ground,
And 'ighlng with the winds, I feel
W ith their low pinions murmur by,
How much their sweeping tones reveal
Of life aad Lamao destiny.
When spring's delightsome moments shone,
They tame in zepnyT's from the West;
They Sore the woodiark's melting tone,
T&ey stirred the blue lake's gla-sv breast;
Through Summer, fainting in the heat,
Tuey lingered in the forest shade;
Bnt changed and strengthened now, they beat
ia s.oriu, o'er mountain, glen and glade.
flow like those transports of the breast,
When life is frtsh and joy is rew:
Soft as the halcyon's downy nest,
And tranfi nt all, as they are true !
1 hey stir the leaves in that bright wreath
W h ch Hope about her forehead twines,
"Till Grief's bot s'ghs around it breathe;
TLea Pleasure's lip Its bmile resigns.
Alas ! for Time, and Death, and Care!
What gloom about our way they fling !
Like clouds in Autumn's gusty air,
The burial pageant of the Spring.
Th? dreams tnat each successive year
See ntd bathed in hues of brighter pride.
At last, like withered leaves, appear,
And sleep in darkness side by side.
E5igmj.? I am composed of 17 letters :
My y. 14, 9, 4, 4, 8, ia an animal of the East
ern contiuent.
My 13. o.' 14, 15, is a delicious fruit.
31y 3, 10, 13, 5, 2, 15, is a tall tree.
My 15, 2, 16, a mischievous animal.
My 3, 5, 14. 8, 17, is a carpenter's tool.
My 14, 13 13. 5, tf, is a very useful fruit
My 2, 1. 11, 17, is a female name.
My 8, 12, 3, 6, is a part of the neck.
My 7, 11, 6, is a cardinal number.
My whole is a distinguished general.
Tom Puan.
I y"~A very interesting discovery of the re
xaaius of .tn an ient city has recently been
tunde in Eeuadtr. The ruins are situated at
tome ci^bt leagues from the city of Loja, in
the ccr.tre of the mountain called Tambu
bianco. Towards an angle of the north, in an
tjcuT.-ive plain, is to be seen a beautiful tem
1' e of 64 yard3 long and ten wide, with pillars
jperfectly worked and in good condition. To
tbe iouth i* seen a magnificent palace of 60
7 r N long, with a gateway, worked in the
~ mo style as the temple, spacious saloons and
..}? rimtnts, with enclosed baths, which con
veys the idea of gardens. To the east stand
several buildings, forming streets, which,
though of less magnificence, are of the same
material. The former populousness of this
city m iy bo estimated by the size of the two
Li.n'.heon? (.n each side, each at loa*t half a
?r rd league in extent, with places set apart
tor interring the dead. Tne government has
t ken measures t j have the ruins further ex
Darkly Asteoxcmt.?-Cdesar," said a nc
gi>j to a colored friend of his, " which do you
link is de u.ost u.-eful ob de comets?de sun or
de moon ?"
'? Well. Clem, I don't tink I should be able
10 a: wer dat question, pccin' as bow I ceber
had book larnin."
We'l, Cxsar, I 'peck de moon orter take
l..1 fj>t r-ok in dat patiklu."
'? Why so, nigger. '
? Bee uvj de mocn shines in de night when
wa nee?j d>i light, and de sun shines in de
d y time, Then de light am ob no conse
quence." f
'?Wei', Clem, you is de most larned darkey
T ever sjed; I guess you used to sweep out a
schoil-house f >r a libin."
.Varj?. Ltatt.s tor J) ay
Pacific New York..Llierpui Oct. 17
L'n cn N w York..Havre ??ct 20
Canada Boston Liverpool Oct "H
Atlantic New Vera ..Liverpool Oct. 31
IIe?.iican New York..Bremen Nov. 3
*lliatie Liverpool...Netv York....Oct. 6
Hermann Brenren New Yoik....Oct. 10
Ariet Havre. New York....Oct. 13
*17* The Caiifbrnia steamers leave New York
'. ntr Sih md 00th of each month.
National Hotel?william ocv.
G W McCrcok, Md E ft Wail and Iv, Va
T W Burrows, Va J B Kskridge, do
WT C ''o.ney, Bait H S Wood, do
W J Cggieston and ly, M iss Wnaqle, do
Va Miss Wall, do'
W T Leaningtoa and 1v,M1j,s Wood, do
H A Badger, Tenn *
J B Varnum, Va
F Ilarvy, FH
ft T DeFcrd. Bait
D Pennvbacker, Ky
J H Biisco, Md
J R Sa&soer, do
.1 D Brudick and ly, RI
W S Downer, Pa
J II V* arrluer, Va
J I! Coate*, NY
W U?rding, Pa
W l~ci?tl, lios
l,F Ta)lor, Ala
Mh ? iiarshall, Ky
J P : *? .-wood, NY
T Telfair, L'ait
T J 1 npuley, do
T Ho per a-d ly, do
Mrs Lv.;ag and dai'r,
, m
L a C Green and lndy, W l* Tav'or, Csl
L S \ S 51 Cocmbs, do
J W Clewinr.?ns, NG J Porsvth and ly, Ala
?. L Hrown, Ala F Myers. Halt
Ml? Mver*. do G M'Gillott, do
Ml h J a:lev. do J T Sm'th end ly, do
J S Lvoo, a lxdie*, and Mr Reid, ly, child and
9ehil'i.,d> svt. Filt
i \ a fant. Pa Mrs L K Neeley and d'r,
t H F?r tf. Ala Ga
t J Mal'-ne, do Master F?>ely, do
T N Neilson, Bait
WlHards' Httil?a. a. 1 j. c. willa&o
V-' N'ewmti. Va
V iss M Long, do
Mrs F h's'liam do
Miss V Efcstham, do
H Tbonj: son. do
M H?rm-n, Mass
L H*;>t tn and ly, Pa
J Acberttwa, Md
S .N Grdfrev, N Y
F A lien A d !:gh'r, Va
J Freerraa Mrss
i. Mo.-sand Udy, >'ass
Rcbt ^iIlJ>leton, Va
1 Jtn *. NC
'? o G>ith?r, Kv
S Mocre ard la<lf, Del
V,* Smith and lady, Va
K I. Conway, do
H M Frtelilg, > Y
A L Heiin. .Md
1- Scott. N Y
C P Barney and lady, Va
Miss Barney, do
Hon H M-ttterson, Tenn
C L Ward, Pa
B ft Clack, NY
E C Ray, Conn
J Peirce, jr. Me
Hon K B Hall. Mass
J M Oakley, NY
Hon F y Stanton, Tenn
T M Croosan, IJ8N
II H A'.wood, Mass
J Oechs, N Y
Capt E'gery, USA
A Tbcrmbv, Liverpool
T Briddle. Jr, Pa
JHi arringtcn and lady.
Miss CarringCon, do
T Cutdeweliand lady,
Mrowns* U?t?U
W Clarke A daughter,
L G Bind andfamilv.
Mias L Smith, do
T Mclteoy. NY
A R h rn.an. do
N uwens a..d lady, Va
Mus S Oweus, do
?t r. & u. Bkawn.
II Ogleman and lady, O
Miss Ogleman, do
O Wills, Md
A B Jarrett, do
A B .'ones, NY
C A Wa'b.ra, Pa
L Valentine, Ga
F Skinner, NY
J Y Hunt, Va
I'citrd States Hotel?a. c. backbit
J R Alexander and fam,W Todd, NY
M L Gctrg*, Md
J 1'owetid ly, do
J H Sectt, <*o
T Mo gfc and ly, Axk
J A TVH, Olio
E I OilL: ca, do
L Cro-xa, p?
? i H Prat and ly, NY
J '1 horlc", do
II C Uroci am, Va
Miss Caldwell, do
11 D!clan. do
K:.rl wood liciit
E L Sn.ifb, Ta
I'r II J Miller, Va
H >ilch r-on, Kv
W R I'urg'ss, NY
\ ? T Uliick, do
C V Hunter, Ala
W Sionsia
W F Drinkard, Va
W K Sliver, Ky
Mr Mar>t?n. Pa
J McUuire, do
J WiUianrs. Va
J Olum, Pa
D H Woddle, Va
J H Blnck, do
H Erb, NY
B Nay, Va
L Hutchinson and lady,
W Bird, do
Engineer Tunslll, USC8
T^.ouis and daughter,
A M Arih-jr, Me
Dr Art 'nr< 'ght, Panama
P Merrill, NY
H A Arnold, do
W Montrtsoor, Jr, Mass
TRugg. Md'' '
? JSrussells, England
Prtpmli lor tiralihiu the Paper for the
Pabllc Printing*
Washington, September 90,1855.
Act to
will be
received at this office, Inthe Capitol, until the first
Monday (3d dav) of December next, at twelve
o'< lock, m., f.r furnishing the paper that may be
required for the pnblic printing tor the V^ar com
mencing on the 1st dav of December, 1855, and
ending on tbe lit day of December, 1356.
The subjoined list ?pecifles a* neaMv as can be
ascertained, the quantity, Quality, and description
of each kind of paper that will be required :
Class 1.
10,000 reams fine minting paper, uncalendered, to
measure 24 by 38 inches, and to weigh
forty-five pounds to the ream of 480 sheet;.
Class S.
4.000 reams fine printing paper, calendered, to
measure 21 by 38 inches, ard to weigh
lifty-six pounds to the ream cf 490 sheets
Class 3.
5,000 reams supe'fms sized and calendered print
ing paper, to measure 24 by 38 inches, aivl
to weigh fi'ty two pounds to the ream of
480 sheets.
Class 4.
300 reams superfine bard sized and calendered
printing paper, to measure 24 by 52 inches,
and to weigh foity-eight pounds to the
re*m of 180 shett3.
Class 5.
1,000 reams superflre sized and calendered map
paper, of such sizes as mav be required,
corresponding in weight with paper mecs
uring 19 by 24 inches, and weighing twen
ty pounds per ream of 480 sheets.
Class 0.
200 reams superfine plats paper, (calendared or
uncalendered, as may be required,) 19 by
24 inches, and of such weight per ream as
may be required.
Thf fibre of the paper of each cf the above classes
to be of liaen and cotton,free from a'l adultera'i~n
with mineral or other substances, of a fair whiie
ness, and put up in quires of twenty four sheets
each, and in bundles of two reams each, each ream
to contain 480 perfect sheets Uniformity in color,
thickness, and weight will be required; ard no
bundle (exclusive of wrappers) vary ing over or
under five per cent, from ttie standard weight wil1
be received, and the gross weighrwill in all ca eg
te required Mixing of various thicknesses in the
same oundle to make up the weight will be con
sidered a violation of the contract.
Class 7.
No 1 ?1,500 reams t^uirto Post Writing Paper.
No. 2.?1,500 do Foolscap do do
No. 3?l,?i00 do Flatcap do do
No.4.?1.000 do Folio Post do do
No. 5.? 500 do Medium do do
No. 6.? 500 do Demy do do
No. 7.? 100 do Colored Medium (as^dcol's)
Class 8.
No. 1.?5,000 reams writing paper, 19by 26 Inches,
to weigh twentv-eigbt pounds p=r ream.
No. 9.?3,100 reams writing fiaper. 18by25inehe?,
to weigh twenty-six pounds per ream.
No. 3.?100 reams writing p-.per, 18 by 22 inches,
to weigh twenty-four pounds per ream.
No. 4.?340 r ams writing paper, 18 by 18 inches,
to weigh twentv-two pounds per ream
No. 5.?400 reams writing paper, 12 by 19 inches,
to weigh twelve pounds per ream.
Class 9.?Ledger rapers.
No. 1. J 200 reams heavy demy writing paper.
No. 2?200 do do folio post do
No 3.?200 d'* do medium do
No. 4 ? 50 do do royal do
No 5 ? 50 do do super royal do
No. 8.? 20 do do Imperial do
All of the papers designated in classes 7, 8, and
9, to be made of the best materials, and finished in
th' best manner, free from adulteration, white or
blue color, as may be required, and (with the ex
ception of Cl-i&> n) to Imj of the regular sta: dard
sizes of their respective kinds, and of such weights
as mav be required by this otlice. The right is re
served of ordering a greater or less quant v of each
a d every kir.d coatrac ed for. at such times and
in such quantities as the public service may re
Fach class will be considered separately, and br
subject to a separa*e contract; but bidders ma > otT r
for one or more of the classe<inthe same proposal;
and the privilege is reserved of requiring a bidder
who mav have more than one clnss assigned him
to take all such classes, or forfeit his right to any
Samples, (not less than one quire) of each kind
of paper bid for, and but one samjle for e?eh
kind, must accompany each bid; and. In classe
7, 8, and i?, be numbered to correspond with the
number of the pap r proposed for in that sche
dule, and. in he firs: six classes, to be properly
designated on the sample, or It will not be con
sidered. All proposals and sample5: must be
transmitted to thi > Office free of postage or o her
Each p'oposal must be signed by tbe Indlvidu
al or Ann mak ng It, anl must specify the price
Eer pound (and but one price for each) of every
ina of paper contained In the class proposed for.
Ail the paper In the several classes must be de
livered at such place or places as may be desig
nated in Wasui gton c'.ty, In good order, free of
all and every extra charge or expense, aid subject
to the in<peotioaj cocnt, welgnt, and measure
ment of tbe Superintendent, and be In all respects
Blank forms for proposals will be furnished at
this Otlice to persons applying for thrni; and none
will be tak'-u into con-ad-.ration unless substan
tially agreeing there w.th.
Bonds, wi h approved securities, will be requir
ed ; a:;d the supplying of an inferior article in any
of the classes, or a falter- to supply tbe quan'lty
required at any time, will be considered a viola
tion of the contract.
Each bidder is required to furnish with his pr o
posals satisfactory evidence of his ability to exe
cute them; and proposals unaccompanied by such
evidence will bi rejected.
The proposals will be opened in the manner re
Julred by law, " on the first Tuesday after the
rst Monday in December" next, (4th.) at 10
o'clock a. m., at the Office of fhe Superintendent.
Proposals will be addressed to the "Superln
tendentof tbe Public Printing, Capitol of the Uni
ted States, Washington," and endorsed 44 Propo
sals for supplying Vaper,"
Superintendent of the Public Prinllng.
oc 1?3taw9w
Headquarter* Marine Corps.
Cl artermaster's Office, !
Washington, October 8, 1855.
be received at this Office until 10 o'clock a.m.,
rn Thurkday. the Hh da/ of November next, for
furnishing Rations ;o the United States Marines
at the following stations, for the year 1856, viz :
Ch^rlestown, Massachusetts;
Portsmouth, New Hampshire:
Brooklyn, Long island, New York;
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Gosport, near Norfolk, Virginia;
Wtrrington Florida; and
Washington city, District of Columbia.
Ear h ration to consist of one pound and a quar
ter of fresh beef, or three quarters of a pound of
mess pork, eighteen ounces of bread made of su
perfine flour, or superfine line flour, at the op'ion
of the government; and at the r*te of six pounds
of good coffee, twelve pounds of the best New
Orlc-ans sugar, eight Quarts of the best white
beans, four quarts of vinegar, two quarts of salt
four pounds'of good, hara brown soap, and one
and a half pound of good, hard, dipped tallow
caudles to one hundred rations
The beef required shall be delivered on tbe or
der of the commanding offi-er of each station, ei
ther in bulk or by the single ration, and shal
consist of the best and most cho'ce pieces of the
carcass; the pork to be No. 1 prime mess pork
and the groceries to be of the best quality of tliL
kinds named. All subject to inspection.
No bid will be entertained unless accompanied
by the names of two sureties known to this office
or certified to by some official person ; to be en
dorstd "Proposals for Rations for the tear 1856,'
and ldd'essed to the Quartern! ster of the Marl <e
Corps, Washingtoa, District of Columbia.
Major and Quartermaster U. S. Marine Corps.
The following-named papers will publish tbe
above twice a week untu the 6th of November
next, and send d iplicate accounts, together with
a printed copy of the advertisement, to this office
for payment, viz:
Patriot, Concord, New Hampshire; Gazette
Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Post, Boston
Massachusetts; Times, Boston, Massachusetts
Journal of Commerce, New York; Ea?le. Brook
lyn, New YcrS: Pennsylvanlun, Philadelphia
Pennsylvania; Evening Argus, PW-'delphia
Pennsylvania; Star and Intelil rencer, Washing
ton city; News, Norfolk, Virginia; and Demo
cr;t, Pent a ola. Florida
4'The price *o be paid for this service is to be at
a rate not exceeding sevtntv-five cent* per square
of 300 brevier ems for tbe first inse.-t'on. and thlr
ty seven and a half cents for each siib>equent in
seition. Let it appear In the first number after the
receipt hereof, which number you will b- pleased
to transmit to this office as soon as published
with each successive number, as a voucher "
oct 9?2avrtNov8
?v * ,, partnership heretofore existing between
of . Br*reAon * Samuel Brereton, of the firm
nM ' , . Br? > engaged in tbe Grocery bus!
dissolved by mutual cousent
re<i ue t? tn"?i e<ll0 the late firm are earnestly
ffietin the!raccounts with Wm Henr^
W?T# rn mL K . a8sume8 all liabilities, and bv
Z th?o dlnd"wD!T,,vWlU Lereaf'er conducted
3t* P? avenue, bet. ?th and loth
Mp H
RSCHWARZE, comer of llth and E afreets,
? acquaints his customers and the^sKs
public In general that he has ?>penedlS<^ fmJ
hi. Oyster and Pickling estab lshment^liSf
at the corner of 10th street and Poto- ^1^
mac river, Sle-.niboat Wharf, where he built a
wtPw^therand Vault"'to keepOystrraln the coid
J?5rj"d Restannnts are Invited to make now
the contact* to be sure to get their Oysters all th"
season round, at the most reasonable lerms
Orders left at the corner of llth and K sts. will
be promp'ly attended to. 8ep 27?im?
un *tfl Street, near Pennsylvania Avenue
THIS is the place where HATS and CAPS are
retailed at Wholesale
prices for Cash only; con
sequently 30 percent, extra
profit will not be charged
to offset bad debts. The
very best Dress Hat 13 50,
quite as good as those usu
ally sold *t SS. A flrstrate
lint at ?3. equal to any at
$4. A fashionable and du
rable Hat at 8-2 50, and no
humbug. ?? Quick Sales and Small Profits," is
tiie motto.
A full supply of the Fall style of HATS
sep 19?8w
K?EHt' 330 ?r>a V'enue> between 9th and
*ti w 8treets' offer" h,!? large stock of puie
Silver Ware, consisting of Coffee and Tea Sets
complete, Sugar Bowls, Cream Goblets, Cups'
^ noons and Forks, and a magnificent assortment
Persons in want of any of the above articles are
invited to rail.
Being mostly of our own manufacture, we war.
rant it sterling.
a,ny des!^ made to order at
short notice. Particular attention is paid In ret
ting up Testimonials, Premiums, Ac.
au 1?tr .
a >mTT? . *OR T?* CPE* or
rfr??mht hom? to the deer ef the Million !
A WONDERFUL discovery has recently been
?r hy Dr Curtis, Of this city, In the treat
ment of Consumption, Asthma, and all-disease*
av ,^?re?erto Dr CURTIS'S HY
CHERRY SYRUP. WUhthls new me
u i.V C a? restored many afCicted ones to
health as an evidence of which he has innumera
ble certificates. Speaking of the treatment, a pby
s clan remarks, "It Is evident that lnhaling-?on
breathing an agreeable, healing vapor?the
medicinai properties must come in direct contact
with the whole ferial canities of the lunes, and
thus escape the many and varied changes produ'v-d
upon their, when Introduced into the stomach, ar.d
subject to the preps'; cf digestion." The Hrre
?'8'or ^ tb? Druggists throughout the
country\?A. Y. Dutchman Ja?. It.
The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the lin
en, without the least Inconvenience?the heat of
the nody being sufficient to evaporate the fluid
?^rd* of casej of cores, like the followl.i"
might be named. fc'
t*.?2eJ?acka^e f ru? has cured ait o!
the Asthma of tlx y^ars standing.
. , P-M. of Duncannon, Pa
. 1 *? cured of the Asthma of ten years' standi tz
by Dr Curtis *s Hygrana. 3 Z
MRS. PAU L, of No. 5 Hammond street, N Y
wraa cured of a severe case of Bronchitis by lh?
Hygeana. J u~
My sister ha? been cured of a distressing co---sh
of several yenrs'standing, and dee'ded to be in
curable by the physicians. She was cured in one
month by the Uyt eana.
?H. GAUDF.RT, P M. Richmond, Me
The Rev. Dr. CHEEVER. of New York, tesii
fiei of our medlcinc in the following language:
? . , New York, Nov. ij/lfoi.
Dear Sir: I thin* highly of Dr. Curtls's Hye
ana as a remedy in diseases of the throat and lunts
Having had some opportunity to testify its effica
cy * convinced that it is a most excellent rem
edy, both the Syrup and the Inhaling application
to the chet-t.
Prof. &?. CENTER writes us as follows:
Gentlemen?I have recently had occasion to test
your Cherry Syrup aad Hygean Vapor, inaca*
of chronic sore throat, that had refused to yield to
other forms of treatment, and the result has satis
Hea me tuat, whatever may be the composition of
your preparation, it is no imposition,but an ?xc?l
ent remedy I wish, for the sate *f ike afflicted,
hat it might be brought within T.e rrosk of all.
?tUR; v> ?ilerf ,he ?w>st^siBiw?sd Physi
cians in New \ oik wrlies as : '
Dr. CpETts?Dear Sir?Haviajr witnessed the
excellent effects of yonr Hygeena or Inhaling Hy
eean Vapor and Cherry Syrup, in care of Chron'c
Bronchitis, and being much In favoro*eounf'*r I
ritation in affections of the throat Bronchial lubes
and lungs, I can therefore cheerfully recomme-id
your .Me?licated Aparatus as being the rrtont con
ven_oRt nnd effe- tual mode of apnlying anything
of he kind F hav^ ever seen. No doubt ti.ou?pndi
or persons may be relieved, ai.d many cured, bv
?sing your medicines. 1 '
I must here be allowed to confess that I am op
r^^.to..rreaori^nS or using secret compounds,
but this little n?mtly contrivixTarticle, audits ef
fects in the case above alluded to, have induced
me to speak in its favor.
at liberty to uae this in any way you
may think proper. 1
Rc-spectfully yours. Ac ,
C. JOHNS, M. D ,
n-. .v ^ No 61,9 Houston street, N. Y.
Price three dollars a package
PAUL, 149 Chambers st., N. Y.
2?r.p^ka?e8 seilt free to P^r1 ?' tbe Uni
ted Spates for ten dollars.
N. B.?Dr. Curtis'u HygeanalstheORIGINA f
are base imi^tions, or vile aad injurious counter
feits. fchun th'-m as you would POISON.
For sale in Washington by CHAS. STOTT
7,ih 8treel' j- a moore!
in the First Ward. may ^m
p.m?2otice to TR ESS pass *iis7~
U?>Mb arsons are In the habit of forcini' open
the gates snd breaking down tbe pannels cf
jovernrnent reservations, for the purrose of lei
& K^e,^ ?nd cows. This Is to notify
he public that hereafter all horses and cows found
repassing upon the public grounds will be
taken i p, and their owners proceeded against ac
cording to law. ^
By order of the Com'er of Public Buildln-'s ?
,, W. P. MOHUN,
*^P General Superintendent.
UERSONS predisposed to Pulmonary Affee
?! *.?? u8 the most trying season, owing
o the sudden changes in temperature; yet by a
little care, adopting warm clothing and supply,
ng themselves with a good prescription or congh
remedy they may easiry ward off what may else
PriJ*e * dangerous winter companion TV.
Ler s compound gum arXbic syrup
has been so long known and highly appreciated
as one of our most innoc-nt, yet efflcacious, t.>a
?aut, and (since the reduction in price,) economi
" maY be recommended and
osed with the utmost confidence. It is sold at 25
cen.s, or three bottles in one, 5<) cents. WnoIeKalp
CO.; and retail by most Druggists. In Alexati
Mt CVSSELL E> 8 J Ue0r?et?^ 3by
fCr?^?i?n 4 Forwarding Merchant
No. 474 Pa av., two doors below U. S Hotel
.. n Wasbixotos City, D. C. '
B ? Country .Merchants are requested to give
me a call before purchasing elsewhere
oc 2-ly
T"e ,jj,apan expedition, bv J~"\V
S^pi ' Ct theU* S- steain frigate Missis
d^pmup*^^'Soc1"' '"-1 by
My Father's House, by Macdonald/
Mrmoir of S S. Pientis, 2 vols
Private Life of sn Eastern King
bySEdwa;2 HhCDPifxao^,0fDa NCW Y?rk
Bro^iDlng8 WUb lhe i,r?Phel?. by R^v. A Morton
P^.U.?nTp ' Vy 1'riuifr ^ue8nel> 2 vols 8vo
te-iah * ?f A"""C*' 0"'??!d, ?lx
jVOTICE.?Having located my Yard on the
\ ^ i*. v0f 9til street. between D end E. 1
would call the attention of mv friends and the
public generally to my stock of HICKORY
ceW^Dg* WOC/D, which I am now re
D ily ex pec ted, one cargo of White Ash broken
and wo cargoes of RED ASH EGG COAL '
1 wil1 be sold at' the lowest market
price. 2,?4D pounds to the ton.
A deduction of twenty-five cents per ton on
Coal taken from the vessel.
sep21 oodtf F. L. MOORE.
**R? D. M c F A R L A N ,
ii , D NT IS T,
Mas removed his office to the corner of Peunsyl
k!I!!an 12ti str^t. over Dyson's Drug
st^e Entrance on Twelfth street
Information for Travelff.
TUB* VefweeB uPaihlaiUB ud ^7n11B|
bat 17 x brari!
Running Tine between Washington and
Cincinnati 27 hourt!!
ROAD having greatly Improved its W estern
connection'* now offers the fullest Inducement^ to
Travellers between WASHINGTON, BALT1
MORK, and all portion* of the W EST.NORTH
The connection between the Trains from Wash
ington and the Trains bound West from Balti
more is always promptly made at the Washington
Junction (lately called the Relay House) 9 miles
from Baltimore. This is the only change of cars
required between Washington and the Ohio river.
Baggage is checked through toWheellne at the
Washington Station, and rechecked and trans
ferred there, f with thr passengers) without charge,
for those holaing Through Tickets for points be
yond. The connecting Trains leave Washington
daily at 6 a. m. and p. m. On Sundays at the
latter hour only.
At WHEELING dirtet connection Is made
with the trains of the CENTRAL OHIO RAIL
ROAD, running from Bellalre, on the Ohio, near
Wheeling, through Cambridge, Zanesville, and
Newark, to CO LU MBU8. These trains connect
at Newark with the cars of the Newark, Mansfleld
and Sandusky Railroad for Sandusky, Toledo,
Detroit, Chicago. St. Louts, etc.
At COLUMBUS the C O. Railroad trains con
nect with thefast trains of the Lit tie tU ami Rail
road :o Xenla, Cincinnati, Louisville, etc. At
XEN1A (on Little Miami Railroad) connection is
formed with the trains through Dayton, to Indian
apolis, Terre Haute, Lafayette, Chicago, Rock
Itlan-?, S!. Louis, etc.
Passengers holding Through Tickets for
Memphis. VicksbuTg, ifatcktx, New Orleans,
etc., whlcn are also sold at Washington?are trans
ferred at Cincinnati to the Mall Steamers on the
Ohio. Tickets for Evansvllle, Cairo, aad St.
Louis are sold by this route.
JD" For CLEVELAND, and via Cleveland to
ToledD, Detroit, Chicago, etc., tickets are sold,
when tne Ohio Is navlgaole between Wheeling
and Wellsville (forty miles) where a connection
with '.he Cleveland and Pittsburg Railroad is
Travelers am requested to notice that while this
Is the only route affording Through Tickets and
Checks In Washington, It Is also the shortest,
most speedy, and direct to nearly all the leading
points In the great West. The distance from
Washington to Cincinnati Is but 653 miles, being
about 100 miles shorter than by any other route!
WASHINGTON To Wheeling, 8? 50; Colum
bus, fl3 65; Dayton, 815 50; Cincinnati, f 1C 00;
Louisville, bv railroad, 819 65, by "tearner from
Clnclmatl, 8i& 00: Indianapolis, ?17 50; Cleve
land, 912 50; Toledo, 815 00; Detroit, 815 80:
Chicago, f'20 G5 and 819 50: St. Louis, 8*8 50 and
825; Memphis, ?26j New Orleans. 831; ctc.
p. :n. For the minor way stations between
Baltimore and Wheeling, take 6 a. m. train from
Wash igton.
HJ" For trains to and from Baltimore, Anapolls,
etc., see special advertisements.
For further information, Through Tickets,
*o..nply to THOMAS H. PARSONS, Agent,
at Wistington Station.
Master of Trans portatlea,
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, Baltimore,
may 3?tf
rnwiCB dally between WASHINGTON and
DONSVILLE aud RICHMOND?no night lice
on Sunday.
Leave Washington jtf before 6 o'clock a m
Leave Alexandria % 44 7 "am
Leave Washington X " 7 44 pm
Leave Alexandria X 44 8 44 p m
From Washln^or. and Alexandria, to Gor
donrvllle 83
F om GordonsvlUe to Richmond. 2 25
Travelers will find the morning line the cheap
est, most pleasnnt and expeditious route to the
Greea'irier White Sulphur, Fauquier White Sul
phur, Warm, Hot, Alum and Capon Springs,
Warrenton, Ch^rlottsvlile, Staunton, Strasburg,
Winchester, Harrisonburg, Lcxinvton, Weir's
Cave, Natural Bridge, Lurty, New Market, Mld
diebuig, ic.
rrc"s? Alexandria to Warreaton, - - 82 00
" 44 Gcrdonsvllle, - 3 50
" " Charlottesville, - 4 50
" " Staunton, ? ? ? Of)
44 44 Strasburg, - - 3 50
44 44 Winchester, - - 3 50
" " Lnray, - ? ? 4 25
? 44 New Market, - 6 CO
?? ?? Mlddlebcrg, - - 2 25
be at the Depot of the Washington Railroad, to
convey passengers and baggage to the Steam beat
Gbobse P*.oE,for ALEXANDRIA, a distanced
6 miles, allowing ample time for meals.
Jy !l H. W. VANDEGRIF'f, Ben Sap'.
leave Alexandria and Wash- m J
lngton at the f ill owing hours : ,
L<-ave Alexandria at 1%, 11 a. in, I2j^,
2, 3* . 5, 6 p m
Leave Washlrgton at 6, 8, 9#, ll){ a m., 1,
LA THAM'S OMN I BUSKS will run In connoc
tlon with the Boat, starting from the Capitol and
goin^ up Pennsylvania Avenue as far as Pith *t ,
In nc# to the Boat.
l.eave Capitol at 5jf, 7j{, 8?, 11 ? a. m , 12)t,
2, 3tf, 5% p m.
The BOAT runs In connection with the Orange
and Alexandria Railroad, and with the Trains on
the Baltimore aad Washington Railroad.
Omn'hiis Fare from Capitol to Boat.. 6?f cents.
Boat fare 10 -4
Buggy without horse 12X "
Buggy and horse 25 44
Horse and rider 20 44
Market Wagons and Drays 25 44
44 4 -' 44 Round Tilp 40 44
W?g>n and four horses 50 44
Hacks 37% 44
Hacks, Round Trip 50 44
Flosi- per barrel 5 44
All kinds of Grain per bushel 1 "
tcp 27?tf J AMES GUY, Captain.
A are the
ATLANTIC, Captain West,
PACIFIC, Captain Nye,
BALTIC, Captain Comatock,
ADRIATIC, Captain Graftna.
Thsse Sh'.ps have been built by contract, express
ly for Govirnment service; every care has been
taken in their construction, as In the engines, to
Insure strength and tpoed, aud their accommoda
tions for passengers are unequalled for alcgance
and comfort.
rates or ramah.
From New York to Liverpool, In first cabls, ?l'!t
Second cabin, ...... ?t
Exclusive uae of extra size state rooms. - 300
From Liverpool to N"w York, - x30 and ?2?
An experienced Surgeon attached to each ship.
No berth can be secured until paid for.
Fo. freight cr pessace apply to
56 Wall street, New York.
13 King's Arms Yard, Ltndoa
88 Rue Notre Damo de3 Vlctolres, Paris.
ThP owners of these ohlns will not be accounta
ble for gold, silver, bulUo'n, specie, lewelry, pre
clous ttoncs, or matals, unless bills of lading arc
signed therefor, n_d the value thereof therein cx
pressrd. aov 16?ly
lng In Washington or Alexan
dria.-?'The Steamers THOS. COL-.
YER or GEORGE WA^-fflNGTON will maice
the above connections, leading Washington at 6 a
in., for the Orange and Alexandria Cars, and con
nect with the same truin on their arrival.
JO" MEALS furnished on the boats.
The Boats connect with all the trains from Bal
timore. SAM'L GEDNEY, Captain,
may 17?tf
CHANGE OF HOURS.?On and after Moq.
J day, the 23d Instant, the Trains will
Leave Washington at 6 and 8# a. in., and 3 and
4X p m.
On Sunday at\% p. ra.
Leave Baltimore at 4# an l 9j^ a. m., aad 3 and
' ~ m.
Sunday at 4J^ a. m.
ap23?tr T. H. PARSONS, Agent
wand trip, 81; from Alexandria _ *
\ ? f ?**/> ? TII / k at acs
75 ceats ?The steamer TH()MAS...i? ?tt
COLLYER leaves Washington at 9. and Alexan
dria at 9X o'clock. Coaches leave tne Capitol fox
thu boat at 8j{ o'clock. Coach fare 10 cents. Fer
gous wishing the coaches will leave their lesldence
-fith George ft Thomas Parker.
Refreshments on the boat.
Mt i8?tf SAM'L SKDNKY,
OH Til
>1. B. LA CHOIXt M. D.|
117" *50 Page? and 130 Fine, Plala, tad MnM
Lithographs and Plater
Price nly Two*ty-FlTt Ceate.
Stmt FYn #/ Ptitm.fi le ail ^erM ?/ <4< '?*???
ma containing nearly . ? f ? ?
double the quantity of read
ing matter In that of the
It treats on the PHYSIOL
and the Socret I pfirmlties,
and Disorder of Yonth and '
Maturity, resulting from ei
cesses, 'which destroy the
phy^cal aad mental pow
er*, with Observation* on
Marriage. its duties acd disqualifications, and
their remedies: with Lithograpns, Illustrating the
Anatomy and Physiology, and Disease* of the Re
productive Organs of both sexes, their structure,
ufts. and functions. A popular and comprehen
sive Treatise on the Duties and Causalties of sin
gle and married life?happy and fruitful alliance^,
mods of securing thera?Infelicitous and lnfertll?
ones?their obvlatlon and removal.? Important
hints to those contemplating matrimony, that will
ovcrcorr* objections to it; none, however. should
take this important step without first consulting It*
pages?commentaries on the diseases and med!c? 1
treatment of females from Infancy to old are, eacl
case graphically Illustrated by beautiful llthogr*
?hlc plates?nervous debility, its causes and cure,
y a process at once so simple, safe, and effectu*!
that failure Is impossible?rule* for daliv manage
ment?an essay on SDormatonh?ea, with practiCr
observations on a safer and more successful mod'
of treatment?precautionary hints on the evils re
sulting from empirical practice?an essay on aL
diseases arising from indiscretion, with plain and
simple rules by which all persons can enre them
selves without mercury?remedies for those self
inflicted miseries and disappointed hopes so un
fortunately prevalent in the young. Itisa truth
ful adviser to the married ana those contemplating
marriage. Its perusal is particularly recommend
ed to persons entertaining secret doubts of their
physical condition, and who are conscious of hav
ing hazarded the health, happiness, and privilege*
to which everj' human being is entitled.
Prioe TWENTY-FIVE CENTS per copy, o?
Five Copies for One Dollar. Mailed free of post
age to all parts of the United States.
N. B ?Those who prefer may consult Dr. LA
CR Ol X upon any of the diseases upon which tbb
book treats, either personally or by mall. Medi
cine sent to any part of the Union according to di
rections, safely (kicked and carefully secured froa
all observation.
Address Dr. M. B. LA CROIX, No 31 Maldec
Lane, or Post Office Box 579, Albany, N. Y.
lp" Office open daily from 8 a. m. to V p. m.,
and on Sunday from 2 until 5 p. m.
|p- Office REMOVED from No. *5 Beaver st
to 31 Maiden Lane, Albany, If. Y.
dec 7?y
Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa..
Jaundice, Chronic or Werrous Debility, Dif
fuses of ike Kidneys, and all Diseastt
arising from a Disordftd
Liver or Stomach.
Such as Constipation. Inward Piles, Fullness, oi
Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nau
sea, Heartburn. Disgust for food, Fullness, or
Weight in the stomach. Sour Eructations, Sink
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of theStqmac.L,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and EmBcult
Breathing, Fluttering ot the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sensations when in a lying Posture.
Dimness of Vision, Dots of Webs before the
Sight, Fever arid Dull Pain in the Head, Defi
ciency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side. Back. Chest, Limbs
Ac., Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the
Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great
Depression of Spirits.
fTMiE PROPRIETOR, in calling the attentloa
A c f the public to this preparation, does so \rttb
a feeling of the utmost confidence in its virtues
and adaptation of it to the diseases for which it it
It is no new and untried article, but one that hat
stood the lest of a ten years' trial before the Amer
ican people, and in reputation and sale is unri
valled by any similar preparations extant. The
testimony In* its favor {riven by the m?st promi
nent and well-known Physicians and individuals,
in all parts of the country is immense. The fol
lowing from North Carolina is respectfully sub
mitted, referring any who may still doubt, to th?
"Memorabilia.'' or Practical Receipt Book, fo:
Farmers and Families, to be had gratis of all tb<
Agents for the German Bitten.
Principal Office and Manufactory, lsfO ARCB
0 r.'i/.cc;i ef Dr. W. Smith, of Pint Hill, Rick
mini County, N. C.
P::ts Hill, March 4. l?5l.
Da. C. M. Ji.ciso:t, Philadelphia?Dear Sir: 1
have been a sublrct of Dyspepsia, in its worst
form, for the la^t fivs years. Such was my condi
tion K>r twelve months that the physicians and all
who saw ma said 1 must die. While in this eon
ditlcn 1 was carried to the watering places in Vir
ginia, Tennessee, end Ncrth Carolina, butwai
not benefitted by any water to which I was taken.
While on my way home I stopped a week at R uth
erfordto:i, a small village In North Carolina, tc
try the effect cf some Chalybeate water in that
place. About the last of the week I went Into a
drug store to get some medicine for my child and
myself. There were several of the village physi
cians in the store, and one of them seemed to takf
some interest in tnv case, and, after asking roe
some questions, said he had betn a dyspeptic and
had b"en greatly benefitted by the use' of HOOF
you, and he insisted that I wcild try the Bitten
He also called the next day at my room, and in
sisted so much that I would try them that I asked
him to get me one bottle. He did It, and I com
menced taking It as directed, and 1 was more ben
efitted by it than all the water and medicine I had
ever taken.
After reaching home one of my neighbors came
to me for a prescription and medicine, (he a dys
peptic,) and I gave him nearly all the iintcrs 1
nail left, which effected much good in his case.
He has often calltMi on me for more of the sanm
kind of medicine, saying he was more benefited
by It thi a any other he had taken, but I have not
been able to get any more for h'.m or myself since;
will you, therefore, please skip mc a dozen o?
moro as soon as possible.
RwpectfuUy, yours, W.SMITH.
D. R. HOOKER, Roger's Stcie, Wake Co., N
G., October 21. 1853, says:
"Having experienced very great benefit from th?
Chronic Dysentery and functional derangement ol
the Liver, and its concomitant evils, I am deslrooi
of obtaining a quantity of it for the benefit of mj
community. \ ou will, therefore, please send*
lot, Ac., Ac.
Hxstsville, Yadkin Co., N. C. >
November 1st, 1S53. j
Dr. C. M. Jackson?Dear Sir: Allow me to ex
press to vou my sincere thanks for your discover*
of a medicine which, to say the least of it, has ef
fected a cure that all other medicines, that I havt
taken, have entirely failed todo. HOOFLA ND'S
GERMAN BITTERS have cured me of the most
stubborn and aggravated case of the files that,
perhaps, ever fell to the lot of man. My case it
not a strainer in this community, as I am wel]
known in ibis and the surrounding eountim, and
c&n tndy say that my recovery has astounded all
my friends and relations, as 1 had tried everythlat
recommended, and nothing did me any good un
til I was prevailed upon to try the Bitters. Yoc
are at liberty to make any use of this communica
tion for the benefit of the afflicted, you may think
picpei. "Truly, yours,
Th<*c bitters are tntirtly re^etable, they invig
orate and strengthen th? systemf never prostrat
it, and can be used for infants as well as adults.
For sale by respectable dealer* everywhere, and
by Z D. G1LMAN, Washington: J. L KID
WELL, Georgetown, and J. R. PlERPONT,
Alexandria. mar 1?ly
IS necessary only to those who have not yet used
my superior Black Tea at fifty cents a pound,
against the imposition that is daily attempted br
some persons of elastic, conscience to pal in off Tea
representing it to be the same kind as mine. The
way to nail tne deception to the forehead of th?
parties so attempting, is by a trial, samples of
which can be had gratuitously The balance of
the chop-mark, forty-five boxes of this article cf
the latest importation is in my store, and by the
box families can have it reasonably leas than at re
One hundred and ten Magnolia hams, the last
to be received this season, to be had only at my
Green conserve and nresei ved ginger. All the
condiments necessary for^jner? ian. French, and
English preserving and Purecidervin
egar, glass and stone JarsTw all sizes for jellies,
preserve* and pickles, with a variety of fresh gro
ceries unsurpassed. Z.M.P.KING.
Corner of V? rimnt avenne, I and 16 street, north
east of Jackson Statue sept 5.
Hsemken. je weler,
? No. 330 Pa. av.. bet. 9th and 10th sts.,
is prepared to make to order any device that may
be suggested such as Flower Bouquets, Bracelets,
Breast~Pins, Ear Rings, Chains, Crowes, Rings,
Cha.rte.ains, Ac. Also, Jet Ornaments for sale.
C?7* Persons may rely upon their own hair be
ing used. jy a-*
WISHES to rail the attention to *11 thmt anffc
with defective sight. caused W
ww wun urtr* < i*? ?, ? ?7 ? .
ness and particularly from jO*""** tataaWWilr
?eiwtfd. lo hi* superior SPECTACLES tM
| GLASSES rvrfuUy ground by bliMttf totlnw
spherical accuracy, and brilliant transparency,
suited precisely and beneScUdly to the wearer ?e
: cording to tbe concavity or convealty of the ?j?a.
Very numerous are the ill Hfrrts caused to the
precious organ of sight from the commeacemeat
of using v'ltvs** in not being precisely suited, by
the use of an Optowuttr: and the practice af many
year*, enables him to measure the focal disease off
! the eyes, and snch glasses that are absolutely rs
guired will be furnished with precision aad satu
J. T. acknowledges the eery liberal e?? oomge
ment already obtained, and further solicits the pa
tronage of thoe that have not yet availed "
selves of his aid.
I Persons that ran not conveniently call, by
I"* the glasses In ose. and stating bow
Inches tbey can read this print with their -
cles, can be aupplied with suoh that will |
their sight.
Innumerable testimonials to be seta ; aad ieffer
ent given to many who have derived the greatest
ease and comfort from his glasses
Circulars to be had gratia, at his o?ce,No. Sit
Seventh s'reet, three doors from Odd Fellows'
Hall, up stairs.
N onion. September 7, 18#4.
Sir?The Spcctaclea you made for me suit very
well, and seem to hare improved my sight mora
than aru other I have lately tried
I have tried a pair of Spectacles obtained froia
Mr. Tobias, and find them of great assistance to
my sight, and corresponding with his descriptioa
of the foe lis 1 recommend him as a skillful opti
Mr. J. Tobias : Sir?The pair of bprctaciss vo?
furnished me yesterday are ptrticularlr sstla&e
torytome Tnev are very decidedly the best I
possess, and I am the owner of eight or nine pair,
carefully selected In different places and from op
ticians recommended to me on account of their
Erofeesional standing in England. France and the
oiled States. I Lave been also pleased with
your remarks and directions on the treatment of
the eyes, for the purpose of preserving and Improv
ing the sight
Keerecffi.Ily, yours,
Professor of M. C., Lculsville, Ky.
Ltkchbcss, Nov. 10. 1894
Mr. John Tobias having furnished me with
Gl-issos. by which 1 have been greatly aided (my
vision having suffered greatly from reading at
night in my earlier life) ft affords me the bignest
pleasure to say that I consider him a skillful prac
tical optician, and well prepared to aid those who
may need his professional services.
Elder of Methodist Conft
Wilmihgtoj*. N. CM Jan. i7, ISfii.
Mr. J. Tobias: Dear Sir?1 am happy to say
th it th?* Spectaf les which I obtained from you la*t
week are entirely satisfactory. From an Inequal
ity in the visual ranre of mv eyes. I have hereto
fore found ;rreat dlfltcultv in getting glasses of tba
proper fccal di'tenc*. It affords me ploasureto
state that, by the aid of your optometer, this dM
culty has been happily obviated so tint the classes
Joufernisheda^redecldedly the best adapted
I my eyes cf any I have ever yet rsed.
Very rospectTully, yours.
Rector of St. James' Pariah
DeT*3rrr??nt of Interior. May 7,
From natural defects and tbe uneqra! range of
ay eyes, I have isr-n coirpeLL-d to use glasses for
several years. 1 have tried different opticians
wirhout obtaining glasies perfectly f tied to my
eyes. For.r months sine* Mr. Tobies made two
p-irs especially for me. which I here found to
serre me perfectly. By the use cf fcis optometer
he la enabled to adapt Glasses minirtelv to the eye.
I most checrfotlv recommend Mr. Toblcs to all
having occasion to ucegiasscs. end bua my testi
mony as to Lis sV'Il cs an optlclaa
Afslst. tfec'y tc sign Land Warns*.
)J 1??'-f
rpHIS preparation, althocgh less than two year*
-I before tne public; owing to its wonderful ef
fects upon the human hair and scalp. has already
| obtained a celebrity and sale perfectly un
I paralleled. It Las wit Lou", the ordinary aprliancc
used for such purposes, won Its way, ana been
heartily welcomed to mo*t of tbe cities and (c^ns
In the United States, the Can ad as. and the West
India Islands. Nor is this result surprising when
It is remembered that Its popularity is based npoa
sleiy as established by a<
its merits, solely as established by actual
That this preparation wiU actually Restore gray
Hair to its Natural Color, produce a luxuriant
p-owth upon the heads of the bald, prevent the
nalr from falling off. and when used as a tonic ar
ticle, produce a cont nual flow of the natural fluid
and ttuH render the hair nrit. glossy and wavv,
destroy diseases of the *c:Jp, ana expel dandruff
the certificates cf distinguished gentlemen and
ladles in every part of the country who have tried
it. and therefore speak what they know, most ful
ly attest. That by a proper nse of this Restorative
the hair can be made to attain and retain Its natu
ral color to almost any e^e alotted to humanity,
by removing the cause of disease from the scalp?
no matter how long standing?the concurrent tes
timonials of the press and the certificates of nu
merous resectable individuals of both sexes, to
the use of this curative, as well as of the recom
mendations of editors and certificates before allu
ded to, can be had of all agents
Bbookfielb, Mass.. Jan. IS, 1864
Paov. Wood?Deer Sir?Having made trial off
your Hair Restorative. It glvts me pleasure to aay
that Its effect has tx eu esclknt In remc*. lng la
lamination, dandruff, and a connt^nt tendency to
Itching, with which 1 have been troubled from
childhood, and hasalsot estored ir.y hair, wnlek
was becoming ;^my, tot cs original cok?r. I have
used no other article, with crvtbing like the at at
pleasure and profit. Yo-ra, truly ,
#. s^?
Faster of Orthedox Church Brockfield.
Cabltlb. IU., June 27. 1803.
I have used Prof. O.J Wood's Kalr Restora
i tlve, and fcave admired Its wonderful effect. *7
hair was becoming, as I thought, prematurely
gray; but by the use of his "F.t-f-toretlve" It has
resumed Us original color, a^d I have no doubt,
permanently ?o. SIDNEY WRFESE,
Ex-Senator United Staiea.
Pbo?. Wood Dear Sir?My hair commenced
falling off some three or four years since, and con
tinued to d? so until I becrn e quite bald. I tried
all the popular remedies off the day, b"t to no ef
fect, at Wt I was Induced to use your celebrated
Hair Restorative, and em very happy to say It is
doing vrenders 1 h-.ve n< w a fine growth of
young hal>-, and checiloll; rc-iramead !u use to
all similarly aSLlcted
133 Second street.
Address O. J. WOOD * CO . Proprietors, IN
Broadway, New York, ar.d 114 Markut street, St.
Louis, Mo.
C. STOTT A. CO , wholeralc and retail Agent,
T. W. DYOTT A SONS, ecneral Whclesaia
Agent. Philadelphia, Pa. an 1?ly
l>k. J.. B. \TftIUHT'8
U7r?Ani5G ??scBomocs antidcte,*1
7?r ik? Ptrtratunt Curt of CONSUMPTION
and all ctktr form* ef SVROFULOVS
THIS Medicine la prepared by an eminent phy
sician of eighteen years practice In New York
city, during which time he has constantly ured It
with the most unbounded success, and created fo?
it a reputation In r rivate practice, unequalled In
the history of medicine, ft acts Immediately upoa
the blood, cleansing It from all scrofulous humors
or Impurities, ienov?Ung and. by Its marie pow
In procf of which, hundreds of respecflftie wit
nesses from the doctor's private practice have glv
e* 1b their tc.vt:rac:iT, and entreetjthose suffering
fr< m any son fulous uteclicn, la call mpon ikam
and satisfy
A Treatise c.i Scrofulous Dlseates can be had
r.rails at PH INCH AL DEPOT, 4W Broadway,
and at Drug St- .e:, generally.
Agenu for Wa*hingt?i
It is TASTELESS, (thereby avcidlng the nac
?eating efi"ect of Pills, Oil, Senna. Ac.,) and pro
ducing no griping or other painful effects. Unlika
all other pur^tt.ves it fcearches to the bottom of
the dlaeare, thoroughly cleanses the stomach, and
leaves the tkwels entirely froe from oostiveness.
Children drink It rtadi'.y and without forcing,
Give it a trial and then j.idge for yourselves
It can be had wholesale ana retail at E. II. ST A
BLER ft CO/S, Baltimore, or CHAS. STOTT
ft CO.. W asLiniton, D C.
Broadway, where the doctor can be consulted
dsllv on db?ea*es generally) from 1* fo * p m.,
without charge Je 13? Cm
IF you are in want ef a |*erfe?t timekeeper at a
I I reasonable price, iu gold or s i/er cases, yoti
are Invited to c-tll at H SE.XlhEN 'S,
*30 Fa avenue, between 9th and iOtb sts
sep 13?it
PR1FESS0R OF TitE ILU1E S S)*ai5?,
233 F strut, corwr 6f FtnrUf.t*
sep 16?

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